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NECROMANTEIA Vol 2 “Necrosophy: Knowledge of the Dead” by Shawn Frix – Deluxe Leather Bound Edition with Altar Cloth


NECROMANTEIA Vol 2 “Necrosophy: Knowledge of the Dead” by Shawn Frix – Deluxe Leather Bound Edition with Altar Cloth and Death Arcana XIII Necklace

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Deluxe leather bound edition of only 13 copies, with altar cloth.

Book is in new unread condition

Published by Sirius Limited Esoterica

From the publisher:

After the highest work by Shawn Frix in Necromanteia vol I ”Necromantic Apotheosis”. A second vol called ”Necrosophy: Knowledge of the Dead” a necromantic grimoire of sorts that contains the knowledge of the intelligences of the dead. What I mean by that is different cultural knowledge is going to be presented in the form of stories and parables. Notice I said dead not death those are two different energies that seem to get mixed up when people are writing about necromancy. Each intelligence has its own perspective on its realm. Back to the point, death and death have two different projections of energies. Death can be chaotic and traumatic but once that is passed the dead is serene and peaceful. Now that is not to say some of the spirits are not angry and chaotic this is about their general energy perspective. So why do we do this? Working with the dead has been frowned upon since the Roman age is really when it took a turn for the worse but in the last few years, it has become popular again. I have been studying and working in Necromancy ( which I chose as my focus). The dead and beings of that type of energy can offer a lot of wisdom to us. Building a healthy relationship with these energies can benefit both you and the spirits you work with on a regular basis. Think of Necromancy as a specialty branch of occult science. Some people work only with Fey spirits or angels, well in our sense necromancers work with spirits and beings of the realm of death.


Table of Contents


  • The Purposes of Necromantic work
  • What Is Necromancy
  • The Realities of Necromancy
  • Necromancy and How it Works

Historic Necromancers         

  • Gaumata:
  • Svipdag:
  • Odin the Great Necromancer
  • Hel
  • Donn
  • Dagda
  • The Morrigan
  • Badb
  • Macha
  • Nemain

Prophecy of the Morrigan  

  • Manannan mac Lir
  • Necromancer of Endor
  • Muirgen mac Senchan
  • Circe
  • The Necromancer Erictho
  • Hades and Persephone
  • Adolphus the Necromancer

Daoist Necromancy  

  • The Yin Side of Life
  • The Nature of the Daoist Soul
  • The Creation of a Ghost
  • Divination From A Corpse:
  • Daoist Ritual to Obtain a Spirit
  • Daoist Terminology vs Western Terminology
  • Daoist Origin of a Ghost
  • Hungry Ghost
  • Daoist Corpse Magic
  • The Corpse Walkers of China
  • Daoist Talisman to See Ghost and Spirits

Marbhdhraíocht and Animals 

  • Terms
  • Celtic Animal Worship and Necromancy
  • The Celtic Animal Soul
  • Tuan Mac Cairill
  • The Story Tuan mac (son of) Cairill
  • Taghairm

Qliphotic Necromancy          

Niantielian Necromancy  

  • Invoking the Energies of Niantiel
  • Niantielian Zombies
  • Niantielian Pathworking
  • Necromantic Enochian

Sith Necromancy      

  • The Scroll of Sith Sorcery
  • The Scroll of Dwomutsiqsa
  • The Traveler and the Mummy

History of the Oracle Head   

  • Greek Oracle Head
  • The Celtic Oracular Head
  • The Skull of the Prodigy Child
  • Western Mantic Skull 120

The Necromancer’s Steed     

References and Sources        

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