Chris Everard investigates the disgusting trade in HUMAN LEATHER – and discovers that the allegations made by the Hampstead Whistleblower children that cult members used Human Skin to make shoes worm during rituals has more than a grain of truth in it…
Anthropodermic bibliopegy is the practice of binding books in human skin. Many museums have books bound in human skin, though few actually put them on display. There are also many skin bound books in private collections – and some of these books contain magical spells – these are known as GRIMOIRES – Chuck Palahniuk’s novel Lullaby features a book bound in human skin called The Grimoire.
The Latin word vellum means not only a fleece or hide but also “human” skin, indicating that at the Roman times the meaning of this form of writing material was still known. Flaying alive, i.e. removing the skin, has been widely but infrequently used for centuries by sadistic cults. The first exponents of the act of flaying the skin of a human being for the purpose of using it for a writing surface as well as binding of other ritual artefacts was the cult-centre of black magic occupied by the “amurru”, also known as the amorites in the ancient city of Mari on the Euphrates river in Syria.
Many cults and evil sects have ripped skin from their victims – the Hampstead whistleblower children even described a special tool used by the alleged cult for the extraction of the skin from the babies which were slain in sacrifices. Tools such as this have existed since the time of the INQUISITIONS which were financed by the Vatican. Inquisition torturers delighted in the tearing and ripping of skin. The Vatican’s inquisitors learned a human being could live until the skin was peeled down to the waist when skinned alive. Often, the ripping tools were heated to red hot temperatures and used on women’s breasts and in the genitalia region.
Human Skin Used in Ritual Magic:
The practice of using human skin as writing material and binding of sacred objects continued with the high priests of Mari who fled the amurru (Amorite) Empire upon its utter destruction by Hammurabi around 1759 BCE to their new home called Tar-Sar or “sacred/royal rulers” at the foot of the Taurus Mountains on the Mediterranean coast, near the Cilician Gates in south-central Turkey. Of course Turkey, as we now know from the first major documentary about the Fake Messiah SHABBATAI ZEVI to be broadcast on The Enigma Channel is the hometown of a satanic cult…
A British website entitled HUMAN LEATHER has been discovered that sells items such as belts and bags made from human skin ‘which has been donated by people who had died’ – and each item costs thousands of pounds. The site is allegedly run from a Hampstead address, and the registered name of the website owner refers to the sexually provocative book the KAMA SUTRA. It is obvious that a very wealthy and occultically in sired clientele frequented this HUMAN LEATHER website.
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MAGIC BOOKS wrapped in Human Skin are featured in many mainstream media productions;
For example, Mayhem’s 1994 album De Mysteriis Dom Sathanas references books bound in human skin in the title track.
In the episode “Like a Virgin” of the TV series Supernatural, the book containing the spell to release the Mother of All is printed on Negro skin.
In the Disney movie Hocus Pocus, the eldest Sanderson sister’s (played by Bette Midler) fictional spellbook is bound in a patchwork of human skin with an enchanted, moving human eye embedded in the cover.
In the video game Shadow Hearts one of the characters is able to use a book bound from human skin as a weapon. This game also features the real and accurate sigil symbols of the grimoire known as the GOETIA which is the leading text used by Aleister Crowley and the Ordo Templi Orientis.
The titular book in the Canadian television series Todd and the Book of Pure Evil is allegedly bound in a Negro’s skin.
Books bound in Human Skin can be found in universities around the world. Several U.S. law schools maintain law volumes and trial transcripts bound in human skin. Harvard owns a volume of the 17th century treatise on Spanish law titled Practicarum quaestionum circa leges regias Hispaniae.
The inscription on the last page of the book reads: “The bynding of this booke is all that remains of my deare friende Jonas Wright, who was flayed alive by the Wavuma on the Fourth Day of August, 1632. The King did give me the book, it being one of poore Jonas chiefe possessions, together with ample of his skin to bynd it. Requiescat in pace.”
Executed for the murder of his wife, George Cudmore‘s skin was used to bind an 1852 copy of The Poetical Works of John Milton.
Described as containing visible human pores, The University of Memphis owns a book by Louis Richeome, a Catholic controversialist, titled Huguenots Idolatry. No one knows for sure how it became bound in human skin, but Walter Brown, associate professor of history, believes this is a rare example of a religious fanatic. “I believe it was bound in the skin of a Protestant in the religious wars by a Catholic. It was a statement of religious conviction,” he said.