Mardukite TV – Season 4 – Pilot Episode
Introducing the Mardukite Anunnaki Necronomicon Cycle with Joshua Free
Sponsored by: mardukite.com
A subsidiary of the Mardukite Truth Seeker Press
and the Mardukite Chamberlains Ministries
The evolution of the Mardukite Necronomicon has been beyond incredible — it has become not only a work of art, but undying spiritual devotion to the Source of all existence and the pursuit of the undefiled truth behind human beliefs and cultural expressions.
Not sought for fame or fortune, the meagerly operated offices of the Mardukite Chamberlains [Ordo Nabu Maerdechai] worked from late 2008 through 2009 in an academic pursuit that would serve to become the basis for a modern revival tradition.
This work is now known as the “Necronomicon Anunnaki Bible,” for two main reasons: firstly, it strongly echoes the sources of inspiration that many have found valid from the 1970’s release of the “Simon Necronomicon” [which in actuality, introduced along with Zecharia Sitchin’s “The Twelfth Planet,” this concept of ancient alien gods to the mainstream consciousness]; and secondly, it symbolizes a complete well-springs of spiritual, mystical and wisdom tablets from the heart of Egypt and Babylon in a way that is accessible to the modern Truth Seeker, who has until recently only been left with folk traditions and pop-culture mythology interpretations from which to base a tradition.
A true and faithfully self-honest relay of this tradition has been so seldom found anywhere in the mainstream New Age or among the self-proclaimed gurus of the internet. Given that our own charge has been fueled with these intentions, the work has been actually quite smooth when contributed to by other self-honest Seekers.
In many respects my participation (now entering its third year) with the Mardukites has been a pleasurable torment — for the work, now paired with our companion Gates of the Necronomicon has brought this modern Anunnaki movement to new innovative and ground-breaking heights that could never have ever been first imagined.
The number of figures that have crossed paths with our offices has now easily surpassed one-hundred, but several key players have contributed to the evolution of this work, many from the very beginning, some who came in hard and faded and those who are relatively more recent additions to the fray that have worked hard to make their contributions evident.
Presenting the work in a fourth edition is an impressive venture to me as a writer and editor, but also the idea that it will be first presented in a deluxe hardcover edition — just as the Simon Necronomicon was released (in the year we publicly began our own current venture) in a deluxe hardcover edition, making the nostalgic feel of the 80’s occult experience available once more. In addition some small philosophical correct-ions have been within the current text to reflect the continued Year 2 (and Year 3) work of the Mardukite Chamberlains and the Nabu Council.