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Hey, so I've been thinking about necromancy lately and want to really get into it, I can't find anything on REAL neromancy though? Is there anything on actual neromancy out there that actually has a lot of guides/useful information on it.
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#2
Neromancy... Is that a magical technique of setting Rome on fire?
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(11-24-2014, 07:33 AM)Semi-Nomadic Wrote: Neromancy... Is that a magical technique of setting Rome on fire?
I giggled for a second.
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#4
Honestly it didn't even register to me that the word I was reading wasn't "necromancy", and the fact that I was completely unconcerned gives me pause.
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#5
Yeah I was actually wondering if he was trying to say Necromancy or Neromancy, I tried looking up the latter and it was just more misspellings of Necromancy. I was mainly questioning it because necromancy kinda doesn't exist, unless you prod a corpse with electrical signals, which is just kinda sick. And then again I'm not even sure if that's more necromancy or just putting a computerized parasite on a corpse.
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#6
I wonder if he means neuromancy.

If you mean necromancy, this belongs in Meta. The word necromancy has been distorted over time. When old occultist books talk about necromancy, they're talking about summoning up the spirits of the dead for divination. The suffix -mancy means divination -- not magic. I think it was D&D that gave "necromancy" the meaning it has today.

So yeah, do you mean neuromancy, which relates to training the mind to do weird stuff; necromancy in a classical sense, which means summoning up spirits; or necromancy in the D&D sense, like raising the dead?
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#7
Hope it's not the third one, if he succeeds, he'll be screwed.
Actually, even second meaning not always finishes with good ending.
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#8
Do you mean neuromancy or necromancy? Big Grin
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#9
Neuromancy. Sorry, autocorrect. I don't intend to raise the deaf. Also, thanks guys. I know this isn't a well known subject at all and it's hard to find anything on REAL neuromancy

I see the mistakes, nd I won't correct them. Bear with me I'm using a second gen ipod
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(11-25-2014, 06:40 AM)ThatFellowWithTheScarf Wrote: Neuromancy. Sorry, autocorrect. I don't intend to raise the deaf.

Best line ever.

Sadly, I think tulpa.info is probably the best source on neuromancy out there. There is the neuromancy forum, but it's pretty dead. Though there is some good info there. And if you want to go over there and post a lot, maybe people will start to come out of hiding.
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