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Peter Levenda, fraudulent or factual?

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posted on Jun, 22 2008 @ 05:09 PM
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Responsible for penning Unholy Alliance, a book regarding the occult involvement with nazi Germany among other books has many conspiracy theories far too good to be true. though he has developed a hardcore fanbase over the years, maybe only due to the fact that he is a good writer. Maybe too good of a writer. According to him, nearly everything is a conspiracy. And he himself may also be a conspiracy. We have all heard of the Necronomicon. Written by a mad arab named Abdul Alhazered in Damascus. It contains cryptic sigils and symbols and invocations/evocations to summon long dead entities. Many people have said that this book is a hoax and many have said it actually works. It was written, or should I say, Translated by a mysterious person named Peter. OH, I mean, I mean, Simon. There has been much debate whether Simon is Peter and even a document to proove that Simon is Peter Levenda. The sad thing is, that Peter is still getting away with spreading disinfo .... that is if he is truly spreading disinfo. Unless everything that he claims is true.

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posted on Jun, 22 2008 @ 10:42 PM
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I dont know about all that, but I just read a huge article on H. P. Lovecraft and the comparison of his works with Atlantis. No one has really ever proven ( to me at least) that the book ever was known before Lovecraft wrote about it. I read Simon's book and was not satisfied. It kind of read like a King novel.



posted on Jun, 22 2008 @ 10:44 PM
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Reading your post made my head hurt.

Peter Levenda is well-respected having no less than Norman Mailer as a supporter and friend.

Oy.



posted on Feb, 7 2009 @ 11:25 PM
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Levenda must be pretty old then because Lovecraft was writing about the Necro in the early twentieth century. . .Did it not exist at all then???




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