Mastery of Necromancy
Mastery of Necromancy

Mastery of Necromancy

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Mastery of Necromancy

Necromancy is the act of conjuring the dead for divination. It dates back to Persia, Greece and Rome, and in the Middle Ages was widely practiced by magicians, sorcerers, and witches. It was condemned by the Catholic Church as "the agency of evil spirits," and in Elizabethan England was outlawed by the Witchcraft Act of 1604.

Necromancy is not to be confused with conjuring devils or demons for help. Necromancy is the seeking of the spirits of the dead. The spirits are sought because they, being without physical bodies, are no longer limited by the earthly plane. These spirits have access to information of the past and future which is not available to the living. It has been used to help find sunken or buried treasure, and whether or not a person was murdered or died from other causes.

The practice of necromancy has been compared by some to modern mediumistic or practiced spiritualism. Many consider it a dangerous and repugnant practice. Dangerous because it is alleged that when some spirits take control of the medium they are reluctant to release their control for some time.

In past practices of necromancy the practitioner felt it necessary to use the bodies of the dead to force the spirit to return, and communicate with those that summoned it from it's realm. Among some of the haunts on a necromancer where cross roads, battlefields, and graveyards.

Cross roads where selected due to there alleged link with the spirit realm. Often criminals were hung at cross roads in Europe. Generally though the problem with the cross roads is the lack of a corpse this would mean the body of the dead would have to be brought from it's resting place to where the ritual's were to be preformed.

Battlefields provided a superb location to find corpses with one small set back, where there was a battlefield there was a war. It was one thing wanting to speak to the dead, but it was quite another risking the chance of becoming deceased by a hostile act of war. So by far the best and safest place to acquire a dead body was from one of the many surrounding graveyards.

Not just any graveyard would be suitable for the needs of the necromancer, as being able to hide ones acts was most important. For this reason sites with crypt's where generally sought out. Even if the body of the person who deceased was not buried in a crypt it would take little effort to dig up the remains, and transport them to a suitable crypt during the hours of darkness.

There are other reasons besides remaining undetected for choosing a crypt. Another concern was that of shelter. The crypts not only provided a door to keep the rituals private from unforeseen guests, but would also provide a home for the necromancer, and his assistant during the lengthy art of raising the dead.

For some practitioners of necromancy the graveyard is only considered to be a shopping center where they could pick and choose the cadavers, and their tools of the trade.

The days of tracking down crypts and proclaiming rituals in graveyards is gone. You can utilize the same powers when you hold a piece that is invoked with necromancy energy.

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This is filled with amazing power and will open you up to conjure and bring forth any and all spirits that have crossed over. There is no exclusions when using this piece.

Pull forth the souls of famous individuals of the past. Meet and gain secrets and powers from our deceased Presidents, Extreme Occultists of the past, Talents of Actors and Actresses or any other person you have always wished to deem energy from.

The channeling of power that will come forth when you contain the power in this piece is incredible; you will become a present day necromancy master.