posted on Sep, 4 2012 @ 05:49 PM
I must apologize. Tracy Twyman must really like interviewing Peter Levenda because the YouTube interview I posted is not the same as I have cited in
No big though, he is going over essentially the same story and I think that he goes into better detail and lets himself hang out a little more in the
interview from the video that I posted.
I have gone ahead and pulled out some of Peter/Simon's story so we can read it here...
Peter Levenda, very, very likely author of The Simon Necronomicon, being interviewed by Tracy Twyman regarding Peter's involvement in the
production of The Simon Necronomicon in the 1970's...
Referring here to the 'monks' that supposedly were heisting books from public and private libraries, I hope you remember that part from
"Andrew knew about this, he knew what they were up to all along as they were kicking stuff back to him. he really didn't mind it too much as long as
he wasn't involved in the actual theft."
"Andrew's interest was always in books of an occult nature, so he had a small growing collection of old tomes of various kinds and as it turns out he
had stacks of things in boxes, old manuscripts and that sort of thing".
"And I was over one day and the rest is history...
...opened up the box and saw, um, a manuscript with a Greek name, Necronomicon, ya know, we thought it had something to do with death"
"You have to understand that we did not read H.P. Lovecraft, we had no knowledge of it in the 1970's, it just wasn't part of our lifestyle to read
occult fiction and gothic horror and stuff. It just wasn't there, we didn't know.
So for us it meant nothing. Just that it had something to do with the dead, and there were some strange sigils and stuff in it; it looked pretty cool,
you know, and that was really the discovery of it, you know, it was just right there so we said, "Let's do something with this".
So there we go. You can see how slippery Levenda/Simon is when it comes to all of this. In this
interview he is claiming now to be the person
that discovered the manuscript by accident, even though he was aware enough to know that 'Andrew' had a collection of old occult tomes. My question
is, why didn't 'they' 'do something' with any of the other ancient, stolen, tomes of great antiquity in 'Andrew's' collection?
Also, people that don't know anything about the occult, as Levenda/Simon claims, do not throw around specialized jargon like 'occult tomes' and
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