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Thursday, 12 October 2017

Signs of Madness: Secrets of the Necronomicon

In searching for some link to the Necronomicon I am exploring the ancient Volcae Culture and any secret it might reveal. In the Asiatic Shamanism we see an inversion of phonetics in word construction. where now we have Cthulhu, the original Volcae would be Huc-thul.


The Word Huc appears in four five areas of Interest:

Évariste Régis Huc, C.M., or the Abbé Huc, (1813–1860) was a French missionary Catholic priest and traveller, famous for his accounts of China, Tartary and Tibet, in his book "A Journey Through the Chinese Empire". Since the travels of the Englishman, Thomas Manning, in Tibet (1811–1812), no European had visited Lhasa. Huc stimulated European interest in Central Asia and blazed a trail for Asian studies.

Huc, a village in Todirești, Vaslui, Romania. One of nine villages in the Romanian District. Location: 46°51′N 27°22′E

The Hebrew Union College-Jewish Institute of Religion (also known as HUCHUC-JIR, and The College-Institute) is the oldest extant Jewish seminary in the Americas, and the main seminary for training rabbiscantors, educators and communal workers in Reform JudaismHUC was founded in 1875 under the leadership of Rabbi Isaac Mayer Wise in Cincinnati. The first rabbinical class graduated in 1883. The graduation banquet for this class became known as the Trefa Banquet because it included food that was not kosher, such as clamssoft-shell crabsshrimpfrogs' legs and dairy products served immediately after meat.

The Hospitais da Universidade de Coimbra or HUC (Hospitals of the University of Coimbra), is a university hospital that partners with the University of CoimbraPortugal. This complex is known as a centre of research with a broad range of clinical services and medical specialties. It is a branch of the larger Centro Hospitalar e Universitário de Coimbra, a rebranded merged institution created during the eruption of the European sovereign debt crisis and the Portuguese economic and financial crisis in 2012. In its early days, it used to function in two separated buildings which can be traced back to the 16th century. Part belonged to the College of St. Jerome begun in the 1560s. In 1836 it was handed over to the University of Coimbra, and twelve years later several hospital departments were transferred there.

Huc-quo-la-jish is Navajo for glove. La-jish refering to an article of clothing or hand covering. Huc-quo meaning 'come', Possibly a reference to ejaculation of sperm coating a hand.


 As with the word Huc the word Thul appears in several points of significance:

Thul is a Habitational name from Thule in Silesia, or Thüle or Thülen in Westphalia. nickname for someone with an unusual style or growth of hair, from Middle Low German tul 'tuft'.

Originating in India, Thul is a common family name in India and Cambodia.

From the Romani word thul- “fat”, are: Present Past me thul-jo-v “I grow fat” me thul-il-em “I grew fat” Tu thul-jo-s ... fat” voj thul- jo-l “she grows fat” voj thul-il-i “she grew fat”...

From the Hindi the word 'thul thul' meaning 'round' (the doctor goes on his rounds).

From Scandanavian Legends One of Odin's many names was Fimbulthul, thus he, having mastered the runes, was a chief thul. 

Note: Further investigation finds that thul in this case means 'speaker' with references to being old in years. This might be a shaman reference. 

The phrase in Hdvamdl, " It is time to chant on the thul's seat," is sometimes regarded as implying that all thulir invariably sat on thrones or chairs to deliver their wisdom. 

Huc-thul and Cthulhu

Given the connection to Navajo, and middle east-asian cultures, shamans of Gobelki Tepe 20,000 years ago are a common origin point. We would therefore find the madness in the dark amid the ruins of these and their descendant language groups such as the minoans. If we take the engraved bull head, we get a triangle or cone shape with horns or tentacles. This is a description of the Great Race.

'These creatures (The Shadow Out of Time) populated the earth a billion or more years ago and their cities still exist buried in the great Australian desert. They are ten foot high cones, ten feet wide at the base with four ten foot tentacles at the top. Two tentacles end in lobster-like claws, one in trumpet-like ears and one in a yellow globe two feet in diameter with three eyes along its circumference and a set of manipulating tentacles dependent from it. The creatures move rapidly by expanding and contracting the muscular base of the cone. These creatures are highly intelligent, telepathic, and scientifically advanced.

They have no magical powers but many technological devices such as air ships and energy beams. They can project their minds backward and forward in time and across interstellar space. They then seize control of the mind of any intelligent creature, displacing the other mind into the body of the member of the Great Race. Such captive minds are well treated, encouraged to teach the Great Race about their own time and eventually sent back to their original bodies with memory of the experience erased.'
-cthulhu mythos, Rob Kuntz, (Dragon Magazine).
We most definately find evolution of the bull head via the bee symbol found on the Phaistos disc into a tentacled triangle in Minoan. 

Thul-huc sounds like the name 'Turloc'.
Cth- is kwet (to shake), or kwetwer (four).

A Potential Conclusion

Sperm comes from the word sper, but sper comes with four options-spear/pole, to twist, sparrow, and aformentioned 'to sprout'. Only the sparrow version has relevence here for animal pictograms.
Huc-thul (or thul-huc): a possible gobekli tepe shaman name meaning 'to speak-come' much like 'to speak-wind' and 'to speak-golden mouth'. The words will be in the form of 'Animal' pictograms. So... Wolf-Sparrow (wlkwo-sper) means 'to speak-sparrow'. Sper-wlkwo (sparrow-wolf) on the other hand gets us the variant similar phonetic spyeu (to vomit)- kw* which sounds a lot like the word 'Speak'.

So now we look for a shaman elder or chieftan named wolf-sparrow on the gobekli tepe stones (or sparrow-wolf).

References to sparrow & wolf in legend:

  • American Indian tale of Sparrow and Greywolf. Sparrow is Greywolf's sister and warns the guest for speaking like Greywolf's equal.
  • In some Japanese stories of okuri-ôkami, the wolf is never seen, but its presence is known by the constant chirping of a sparrow at the traveler's side. 
In both cases the sparrow is familiar to/with the wolf and advises the outsider of what inspires/draws wolf's anger. 

The adventure continues...

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