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Teach me [24 Sep 2014|09:43pm]
nerogrimm
[ mood | anxious ]

Hello i am new to the teaching of necromancy, i am very interested in this black arts and i only know a few spells and i would like to know if someone here could please help me with my learning and maybe become my mentor or just help me learn new spells

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below [04 Jun 2010|04:53pm]
faellu
do not join the site below, the owner is paranoid and doesnt teach much whatsoever to the students.  also the apprentices are pricks.

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Updated!!! [07 Jul 2009|05:02pm]

nightordo
[ mood | cold ]

I have been getting many messages from those wanting to learn
Necromancy. Since my last message has made #2 search on "learn necromancy" on google,
I been getting plenty of messages from people all around the globe.
I have launched and empire dedicated to this ancient art.
If anyone wishes to learn email at omegaclassified2@gmail.com the old one still works,
however if you send it there make sure to include "dark arts" or "necromancy" in the body,
so my filter will forward it to my new account.
The website is Theshadows.freejoomlas.com
I listed the site but you MUST email me to become accepted as an official Apprentice.

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hello [06 Jul 2009|01:08pm]

casper_666
I am somewhat expierenced in the Necromantic arts but I have never had to teach anyone and I was approached today by my cousin who asked me to teach her.  I would like if someone could give me some ideas on where i can go to get help in teaching her.  I would greatly appreaciate it

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[05 May 2008|08:09pm]

nightordo
[ mood | awake ]

Hello, I am a very experienced necromancer of the thanatoic discipline, and yes, there are different disciplines. You may call me Mark.
First and foremost, Necromancy is death sorcery, its real, and alive and well. Second, it in no way is related to the practice Satanism.
Third, for all the contradictions from different sites saying different things, they simply know very little. Necromancy is a sub-religion,
so to speak, its a sub-division of Occultism. The Necromantic practice includes; conjuring, summoning, praying, chants, secrecy, curses, and even death hexes. Its a deadly art, which do have its perks and a downside. I had  to clear all that up before I continued further.

Another thing I would like to note, there are no "psychic powers", only spiritual powers. And if you expect me to reveal some kind of  how-to-do methods for death rituals and etc on the net so everyone will be casting death hexes, you are sadly mistaken. I would also like to get rid of this insane notion that "spirits cannot hurt you", but yet they can shake houses and send furniture flying across the room.
You do the math.

I would also like to send a warning to anyone attempting to practice Necromancy. If you decide to learn to harness death essence,
and do not know what you are doing your health will go down the drain, worst case scenario you may kill yourself accidentally.

For those looking for some form of protection from demons, I recommend you head to a CATHOLIC CHURCH ( not a Christian church, there is a reason why there are no Christian exorcisms) or wear black  ( it wards of most types of demons, well it actually marks you as a follower of the occult, so demons will not attack its living brothers or sisters, but some still like to test you)

Now, having said that, I will have no problem teaching anyone the true dark arts. Anyone interested in leaving your old religious ways behind ( if your not yet already a occultist), and is ready for enlightenment, E-Mail your request to Omegaclassified@gmail.com
and prepare to become a true Necromancer.  I also plan on creating a Necromantic order, probably called  Thanatoic Ordo. If interested send me a E-Mail.

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A blessed greeting to you all. [28 Jan 2008|12:23pm]

breathstealer
[ mood | pleased ]

Hmm, never been all that good at introducing myself, more of a watcher.  Here goes anyway.

My name is Sinepra.  I have been dealing with the occult all my life, though i didn't understand it till i was in my mid teens.  As a child, I would play with the little boy that lived in the attic of my grandmother's house.  My mother was the first one to sit down with me and explain that the boy i was playing with was 8 times her age. (she was 35 at the time).

Talking with my parents i have found that i seem to have inherited "gifts" from them.  An over-active empathy that extends past the living from my mother, and a sight from my father.

Where as my parents didn't wish to follow or fine-tune these gifts, it became a bit of an obsession with me.  Over the years, i have met a few guides who have been my guardians and friends through this path.  I try to keep detailed records of those i come across, though some times that is not possible. I follow the Egyptian pantheon, and refer to myself as pagan to halt most of the questions that come with uttering the word "necromancer".

I personally see this art as a practice in aiding the dead, and in some cases, accepting aid from them.  Of course, there have been times when the only aid i can give is binding and banishing, but i do my best not to let it get that far.

I am currently in my Mid-Twenties, and living near Chicago.

I look forward to meeting with others who practice this mis-understood art, and embrace this opportunity to learn about others encounters.

-pleasant somethings
Sinepra Onashey

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Greetings [29 Jan 2008|04:26am]

necromungerr
[ mood | hopeful ]

Hello im a young necromancer thats looking for a place to talk to other necromancers about there methods of artificial spirit/soul cration and ways other necromancers use death energy, Necromancy is my life... ill help anyone that wants to know more on necromancy but i really hope there are other develouped necromancers here to.

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new... [17 Oct 2007|09:59pm]
54r4n37h
ok, so i just joined this group...in fact, i just set up a live journal account for an on line book of shadows and this is my first entry on the site.

i have learned much in my life, and one of those things is that i should never answer questions that were not asked. that being said, i will say that i have very REAL reasons for wanting to learn the necromantic arts...

i have some exp. in many types of spiritual and preternatural arts, and have VERY unique spiritual and religious beliefs that make it really strange that i would be so into necromancy, but i always have been. i don't believe (as many pagans do) that random energy abounds. i believe that necromancy involves mostly the to types of energy that i am most interested in....i would like to not say to much more, because some local magus i know may stumble upon me sharing it and be quite upset...but i am looking for someone with a lot of exp. (esp. in banishings) that would be willing to share knowledge.....

i have found that most resources are worthless at best, and i hope to find something worth reading here....i am not the most optimistic after my searching, but i figured it could not hurt....every quest involves searching....

i also have noticed that there really
haven't been any postings on here for years it is quite the dead board if you will excuse my pun, but there seems to be some quite wise people who are (or were) on this site.....i REALLY hope i can get some guidance from you...

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The Weirder the Better [30 Nov 2005|04:44pm]

boju
Let me introduce myself, I make, rent, and sell horror and haunted house props in Los Angeles. I have corpses, body parts, bones, and headstones piled on every flat surface and crammed into every crevace of my house. My neighbors have called the cops on me on multiple occasions, including one full out SWAT team because I have a tendancy to take my work home with me.
It's a good life though, I've worked on some of the weirdest projects imaginable, and chatted with the folks who do the real creepy work.
So I want the live journal community to know, if you ever need to buy a dead body, or maybe just rent one for the weekend, I'm your man. Go ahead, ask for anything, the weirder the better.
I also perform in some of these B movies. Here's a shot of me in the new "Night of the Living Dead 3D"


And I drive a hearse that's been used in all kinds of productions, including one porn.

I'm also a total flickr junky, and started a community for scream queens and other beautiful horrors.

So that's my introduction, stay tuned for updates on all manner of B movies in production and whatever atrocities I'm cooking up in my shop.

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[27 Jul 2005|09:04pm]

charons_path
I'm 25, and I live in Australia.

I have been a practicing/studying occultist for just over 10 years, but my interest in all things strange and unknown began when I was 10.

I am currently studying necromancy due to several bizarre experiences I have had in the last 3 years, specifically seeing and hearing spirits of departed people, and having dreams/visions of stepping through into another plane inhabited by the dead. I am also currently experimenting with shamanic journeying with moderate success, as it seems to be a useful parallel art.

I'm not a particularly morbid person; I went through a bit of a 'goth' phase in my teens, but grew out of it by the time I was 21 or so. I'm a friendly, outgoing person who likes to make people laugh, so necromancy, on the surface, would seem like an odd 'choice', but I feel like I'm on this path for a reason.

I have been 'cramming' in the last few months, pushing myself and my moderate mediumistic abilities to the edge, hungry for new ground and fresh experiences. I'm having some success deciphering the scattered whisperings of what I call 'Radio Dead' and I'm training my second sight in order to communicate with Them more fully.

This seems an interesting community, though from what I have seen, several members have been led astray by the 'morticians' tag...

I am keen to share thoughts, theories and experiences with other necromancers, and please feel free to ask me anything you like.

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[26 Jul 2005|11:54am]

doll071
I'm leaving this community. I thought it was for talking about actual mortuary science, but I've realized that it talks about worshipping the dead. So I bid you farewell.

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[25 Jul 2005|08:20pm]

solitary_hawk
[ mood | contemplative ]

As the community info requests, now that I've joined, I shall introduce myself:

My name is Tobias. The main reason I sought out this community (and others) is so that I can learn as much as possible about necromancy, and perhaps even start practising it. I have little background in anything related to the occult; the only thing I can think of that might be even closely related is something I've just started working with recently, and that's psychic development. I've been making psi-balls for just under three months now, and am preparing to move on to the next step. In all, as far as that goes, I hope to develop minor telekinesis, telepathy, pyrokinesis/cryokinesis, and perhaps, if I find myself wishing to learn more, empathy, or other such things. The friend who introduced me to this area also introduced me to a necromancer he knows, but.. He was just getting back into it, and could remember very little. So, since I've always been interested in this sort of thing as well, I decided it was about time to seek out information regarding it. So I apologise for my vast ignorance regarding the subject in advance.

Aside from that, the only specific things the info asks is age and location.. I'm eighteen (nineteen in September), and I live in central Illinois. If there's anything I forgot or anything that people would like to share with me.. Feel free to contact me.

I hope to learn a great deal from you all, and perhaps in time have things of my own to share.



Until later,
Tobias.

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Delgado [21 Jul 2005|04:02pm]

doll071
Ok...
Is anyone in here attending or will attend Delgado Community College in New Orleans? I ask because I need to start looking up on my college. Since Delgado is the only college in Louisiana with Funeral Service Education, this is where I will go once I graduate.

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[09 Jul 2005|10:27pm]

piratesinsanity
Greetings.

I am new to this community (obviously), discovering it after a long and grueling search on lj for communities dealing with the necromantic arts. It is only fitting that I post a semblance of an introduction of myself. Introductions, unfortunately, seem to be the only posts in this community.

I am, as one should expect, a student of the necromantic arts. My experiences will not be included, however, as one of the first things I learned was the value of secrecy. I seek knowledge and the possible interaction with like-minded people. I do not expect to find it here, but I remain ever hopeful. I also desire to find someone who has been involved in this art longer than I, to be taught, to learn from others experiences. Again (as one might expect from the dour pessimist) I am doubtful that anything worthwhile will result. However, considering the amount of time I have spent searching the internet on this subject, I feel my efforts here will have greater benefits. Hell, I can't even come to a specific conclusion on the origin of the word 'necromancy'. Each website has a different version, and it's horribly irritating to find such contradictions. Imagine my sentiments as to the history of necromancy as portrayed by these sites.

I would also like, however, to convey my researches to others who would seek to learn this art, but only when appropriate.

My purpose here in this community is not to offend... but I do not take this art lightly, and those who do will gain no respect from me. If you are offended by anything I may say in the future please, by all means, consider it your own fault. The inability to accept criticism has been lost along with the majority of information about this art, and I am, and remain, a constant critic.

Also (another forewarning) my personal journal will hold nothing of my interest in the 'darker' arts. It is simply a superficial account of day-to-day life. Completely meaningless except to those who know me personally. You will find nothing worthwhile there.

I appreciate the time of those whose interests are sincere and I look forward to meeting said persons.

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[06 Jun 2005|03:21am]

tyciol
Hi there. I'm pretty new to the occult, read stuff on Satanism and stuff. Don't hate me for this, but I'm mainly attracted to Necromancers because the OCC in a roleplaying game and the class in Diablo II I thought were rather catching. Now that I think about it though, being able to commune with lost spirits (if they may exist) or mastering life after death or ressurection or something would be a very useful skill, so I'll monitor this community.

No, I'm not a necrophiliac, though I do enjoy the comedy of it on the Sexy Losers comic strip!

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[11 May 2005|07:26pm]

doll071
Hi everyone,,
I'm Ashley, a 15 year old teen from Louisiana.
I'm not a mortician yet, but this summer I will be working at the local funeral home doing odd jobs.
I plan to be in this field when I'm older. Ever since I was little this kind of work caught my eye, and it's what I dream about doing.
I have no problems seeing or touching a dead body since touching the dead at family funerals have become a custom.

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