King James Bible and the Necronomicon
The following is a special article from a commentator. It is very intense, complete and eye-opening. It shows that the King James Bible is the only Bible that does not have a spell to call satan back to earth.
This is an article which shows that all of the new versions of the Bible use “Curses”, or magical spells, in the text.
Specifically, the Call of Cthulhu.
First, here are some excerpts from a satanic book: The Necronomicon, edited with an Introduction by Simon, ©1977 by Schlangekraft, Inc. Avon Books.
The Underworld in ancient Sumer was known by many names, among them ABSU or “Abyss”, sometimes as Nar Mattaru, the great Underworld Ocean, and also as Cutha or KUTU as it is called in the Enuma Elish (the Creation Epic of the Sumerians). P.xix
…the word KUTULU or Cuthalu (Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Sumerianized) [means] “The Man of KUTU (Cutha); the Man of the Underworld; Satan or Shaitan… P.xix
Cutha is Hell. Cthulhu is that Man of Hell, the Devil.
…Cthulhu, a sea monster who lies, “not dead, but dream-ing” below the world; an Ancient One and supposed enemy of Mankind and the intelligent Race. P.xviii
…the Leviathan mentioned in JOB [3:8; – not mentioned in the King James in Job 3:8], and elsewhere in the Old Testament, is the Hebrew name given to the Serpent TIAMAT… P.xxi
…there was in existence either a cult, or scattered individuals, who worshipped or called up the Serpent of the Sea, or Abyss. P.xxi
Indeed, the Hebrew word for Abyss that is found in GENESIS 1:2 is, Hooke tells us, tehom, which the majority of scholars take to be a survival of the name of the chaos-dragon TIAMAT in the Hebrew text. It is this TIAMAT or Leviathan that is identified closely with KUTULU or Cthulhu within the pages of the NECRONOMICON… P.xxi
The monster is well known to cult worship all over the world. P.xxi
In China…the Dragon… P.xxi
In both the European and Chinese cultures, the Dragon or Serpent is said to reside somewhere “below the earth”; it is a powerful force… P.xxi
…the Red Dragon… P.xxiii
…the Goddess of the Abyss, Queen ERISHKIGAL (pos-sibly another name for TIAMAT). P.xxiii
Truly, the pictures painted of a Satanic ritual by the pious Catholic clergymen was one of sexual orgies and “perversions”, and the handbook of the Inquisitors, the Malleus Maleficarum—which has been responsible for the deaths of many more people than even Hitler’s Mein Kampf—is full of detailed sexual imagery and reveals the nature of the souls of the monks who wrote it, rather than of the innocents it was used to massacre. Eventually, Satanism, Protestantism and Judaism were inextricably woven together to form a patchwork quilt of Evil that the [Catholic] Church attempted to destroy during the Middle Ages with fire and sword.
As a matter of fact, a certain type of devil worship did exist during those times but, ironically, the acolytes of Hell were usually never brought to trial; something which stems from the fact many of those who celebrated and attended the infamous Black Masses of the period were Roman Catholic clergymen… P.xxvi
“Our Lady Babalon” [sic] P.xxvii
The present manuscript was delivered into the hands of the Editor by a [Catholic] priest…Fr. Montague Summers… P.xxxi
Cthulhu…The Great Beast…“KTHAH666” [CTĒLĒ 666]…Ctha-lu, Kutulu… P.xxxix
It is interesting to note the resemblance of the words “Cthulhu” and “Catholic”. Also “Kutulu” and the Brazilian pronunciation of Catholic “Catolic”. The Necronomicon also infers a link between Ancient Cthulhu worship and Medieval Roman Catholic Black Masses and Satanic Celebrations of Sin in the Urillia text called Abominations. (Also contrast the Holy Scripture with the Maklu text used for the Necronomicon. Maklu means burning on p.xlv) Does your Bible use Holy Text or the Burning Text.
…as it is said in one of man’s most ancient of Covenants, the Emerald Table, “As Above, So Below”. P.xxx
Here is the first Spell from the Necronomicon I ever saw in a New Version Bible. Here is that same phrase with the same division of the comma in The Message bible: “as above, so below.” Matthew 6:10
The rest of this article will critique Job 3:8 (as mentioned earlier) in the New Bible Versions. First, the King James Bible has the following text there:
“Let them curse it that curse the day, who are ready to raise up their mourning.”
In the context of the verse, which see, nothing is mentioned or implied about Leviathan. Leviathan is mentioned later in The Book of Job. What the New versions do to Job is add Leviathan in 3:8, then remove him for a crocodile or some other nonsense later in chapter 41.
The Necronomicon’s “Call of Cthulhu” is a summoning spell to call the Man of Hell back to the earth, a resurrection (see p.xxiii in the Necronomicon); back to the earth from the Sea or Ocean of Chaos below the earth.
Here is the text of Job 3:8 as found in the Necronomicon on P.xxi:
“Let those curse it that curse the day, who are skilful to rouse Levithan.”
It is used as the summoning text for Cthulhu.
Now, here are the texts of Job 3:8 in 31 bad translations of the Bible using the same formula for summoning as found in the satanic Necronomicon:
*Footnote: Let those engaged in banning days curse this; Those ready e’en to rouse Leviathan. [Companion Bible: AV printed by the Revisers, Westcott and Lightfoot]
*Footnote: Let them curse it that curse the day, who are ready to rouse leviathan. [New Scofield Reference Bible]
*Let them curse it who curse the day, who are ready to stir up Leviathan. Footnote: A great evil. [Peshitta]
*Let them curse it that curse the day, Who are ready to rouse up leviathan. [American Standard Version]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, Who are prepared to rouse Leviathan. [New American Standard Version]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are prepared to rouse Leviathan. [New American Standard Version: Updated]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are skilled to rouse up Leviathan. [Revised Standard Version]
*Let those curse it who curse the Sea, those who are skilled to rouse up Leviathan. [New Revised Standard Version]
*Footnote: Let them who can curse the sea, who know how to rouse the sea monster, curse it. [Living Bible]
*Let those who are experts at cursing—those who are ready to rouse the sea monster—curse that day. Footnote:
Hebrew rouse Leviathan [New Living Translation]
*May those who curse days curse that day, those who are ready to rouse Leviathan. Footnote: May those who curse the
sea curse that sea, those who are ready to rouse Leviathan. [New International Version]
*May those curse it who curse the day, those who are ready to arouse Leviathan. [New King James Version]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are able to wake up the Leviathan. [New Life Version]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are ready to stir up Leviathan. [King James II Version]
*May they curse it who curse the day, who are skilled in arousing Leviathan. [Goodspeed & Smith]
*Let them curse it who curse the day, who are ready to raise up a leviathan… [Douay; catholic]
*Let curses of the day execrate it, Those ready to awaken Leviathan. [New World Translation: 1961; Jehovah’s Witness]
*Let cursers of the day execrate it, Those ready to awaken Leviathan. [New World Translation:1984; Jehovah’s Witness]
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are skilled in rousing up Leviathan. Footnote: The ancients regarded
Leviathan as the dragon, which in eclipses swallowed the sun. [Modern Language Bible/ New Berkeley Version]
*Let the people who curse days curse that day. They know how to wake up the sea monster Leviathan. Footnote:
Le-viathan was the name for a sea monster. [International Children’s Bible]
*Let them curse it who curse the day, who are prepared to arouse Leviathan. Footnote: The dragon of primeval chaos;
he might be roused by a curse against the present order. [Jerusalem Bible; catholic]
*May people call down a curse on that day. May those who are ready to wake up the sea monster Leviathan curse that
day. [New International Reader’s Version]
*Let those who curse days curse that day. Let them pre-pare to wake up the sea monster Leviathan. [New Century
*Let those curse it who curse the day, who are skilled in rousing up Leviathan. [Amplified Bible]
Up to now, these have been verses using the Call of Cthulhu as found in the Necronomicon. Continuing the critique, here are those more blatant departures from the Holy Text:
*Let them curse it who curse the sea, the appointed disturbers of Leviathan! Footnote: …the reference is probably
to a mythological sea monster symbolizing primeval chaos. [New American Bible; catholic]
*Let the magicians say their curses, let them curse the day I was born. Those always want to wake Leviathan.
Footnote: …people think this is a giant sea monster. People thought magicians were able to make him cause
eclipses of the sun. [Easy-to-Read-Version/ English Version for the Deaf]
*The enchanters curse that day, enchanters who can rouse that Dragon! [Moffatt]
*Cursed be it by those whose magic binds even the mon-ster of the deep, who are ready to tame Leviathan himself with
spells. [New English Bible]
*May those who are good at cursing curse that day. Un-leash the sea beast, Leviathan, on it. [The Message]
*Tell the sorcerers to curse that day, those who know how to control Leviathan. Footnote: Magicians were thought to
be able to make him cause eclipses of the sun. [Good News Bible/ Today’s English Version]
*Let it be cursed by those whose spells bind the sea mon-ster, who have the skill to tame Leviathan. [Revised
*Let those with magic powers place a curse on that day. Footnote: The Hebrew text has “those who can place a curse on
the day and rouse up Leviathan,” which was some kind of sea monster. [Contemporary English Version]
*Wizards that can overcast the sun, and rouse old Chaos from his lair, on that night lay your ban… [Knox; catholic]
The new versions of the Bible are Old Magical summonings in sheeps clothing. Truly, the Devil has appeared as an angel of light.
This article written by Brian Chadwick, Sr.