A friend of mine wants to perform sumerian magik with me. I don’t really know what kind of magik that is or were it comes from and when I google it….it all seems a little confusing. Can anyone help me find a good website that explains it; or explain it in mental terms to me?

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  • 99.9% of what is called “Sumerian Magic” comes from the Simon Necronomicon, and the only thing that book causes is peals of laughter.

  • The Sumarian Goddess Inanna was involved with Magickal use of snakes.

    Perhaps the oldest ceremony recorded is that which Ut-napiÅ¡tim, the Chaldæan Noah, made on the /zikkurat/ or peak of the mountain after the coming forth from the ship which had saved him and his from the Flood. The Patriarch’s description of this ceremony is short:–
    “I sent forth to the four winds, I poured out a libation
    I made an offering on the peak of the mountain:
    Seven and seven I set incense-vases there,
    Into their depths I poured cane, cedar, and scented wood.
    The gods smelled a savour,
    The gods smelled a sweet savour,
    The gods gathered like flies over the sacrificer.”

    This is as close as I can get to giving you the information you want. Most things Summerian were destroyed long ago because they were the same as those a “New Religion” wished to use.

  • First off this entire world was once ruled by the powers of magic… And the Sumerians were considered to be a very strong group that use magic to rule.. Just like the Egyptians did during their time of being among the most powerful sects………………………………
    Also it would take some serious research to see how the Sumerians use their magic………. And if your friend wanted to use their magic his knowledge of them would have to be strong and great………………………………………………………..

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