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- The Necronomicon
- There are those who believe in this grimoire, in its existence and in its potency, and there are those who do not. Those who believe say that this grimoire, originally named Al Azif, and written by Abdul Alhazred around 700 AD, contains the rituals that, if...
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- The Norwegian Woman Who Laid An Egg
- The clergymen who attended the birth attested to the miracle and sent the egg to a Dr. Tranius, who in turn sent the egg to Olaus Wormius (whose name was actually Ole Worm and who had once expelled a worm from his nose). Wormius concluded that the ...
- REVIEW: 'Taxidermy Art,' or how to spend a Saturday skinning a squirrel
- Some of taxidermy's champions include Ole Worm (Olaus Wormius), a collector from Copenhagen who proudly displayed a “unicorn horn”—actually a narwhal tusk. In the 1800s, hucksters like P.T.
- Alfabet Samotnika z Providence, czyli co każdy miłośnik horroru powinien wiedzieć o H.P. Lovecrafcie
- Najsłynniejszego przekładu Necronomiconu dokonał Olaus Wormius w XIII wieku na łacinę oraz John Dee w XVI wieku na język angielski. Jednak najważniejszą informacją na temat Necronomiconu jest to, że ta okultystyczna księga... nigdy nie istniała ...
- La Notte della Mediarchia, un Necronomicon moderno
- Si trattava di una copia del Necronomicon, l'antico libro dei morti scritto da Abdul Alhazred nell'VIII secolo d.C. Nessuno ha mai potuto dimostrare questa voce ma pare si trattasse di una vecchia traduzione latina di Olaus Wormius del XII secolo.
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