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Dwale of Avagddu

Dwale of Avagddu

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Published by: wyrdwizard on May 04, 2011
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Being A Treatise OnThe Practice Of Certain Sorceries  Among The British Folk  AndThe Tale Of Avagddu
 
Copyright Jeffrey Wyndham • 2002Copyright Jeffrey Wyndham • 2002Copyright Jeffrey Wyndham • 2002Copyright Jeffrey Wyndham • 2002Copyright Jeffrey Wyndham • 2002Dedicated to the Genius of Dedicated to the Genius of Dedicated to the Genius of Dedicated to the Genius of Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Incense gratefully offeredIncense gratefully offeredIncense gratefully offeredIncense gratefully offered at his dreaming tomb at his dreaming tomb at his dreaming tomb at his dreaming tomb
This book is a fiction, an exercise in horror, and a small occult game. None of its claims or ideas should be considered serious, or used as a basis for real oc-cult practice. Any efforts to actually work the rites  herein are done entirely at the risk of the reader, and against this advice.
Dedicated to the Genius of Howard Phillips Lovecraft.Incense gratefully offered at his dreaming tomb
 
IntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroductionIntroduction
This manuscript came to me strangely.In the course of my work in Paganism andthe Occult Revival, I have reason to spenda good deal of time on the internet. While agreat deal of that may be called productivetime, another portion is spent in pointlessamusement, including so-called chat rooms.It was in one of these that I met the per-sona called ‘Mog Cruach’. Of course, the pseudonyms used in these live exchangesare little indicator of the kind of person atthe other end of the net, so I smiled at hisCeltoid nickname, and we chatted.At first I treated ‘Mog Cruach’ as a joke played by a knowledgeable wag.When he (I think of him as male, from hisstyle, though without real reason) talkedabout the manuscript in an unknown handthat he was slowly deciphering, about the

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