DE VERMIS MISTERIIS
It is supposed that the authorship of “De Vermis Misteriis” belongs to Roman Tertius
Sibellius (280 B.C. - ?). In youth he served in the armed forces in Egypt. He was especially
known by his smart intellect and passion to collect some artifacts. He bought several statuettes,
amulets, papyrus scrolls of religious and philosophical content. More often he just took it in
power from inhabitants.
As the most of sensible people of that time, he was strongly against Christianity. But, it
might be that he saw no reason to worship Roman Gods.
It was mentioned in secrete documents, written by the order of Julian and kept in present
time in some short fragments, that Sibellius was joined to these horrible cults by Ethiopian black
sorcerer Talim. The same documents let us see the date of writing of “De Vermis Misteriis”. It is
331 A. D. As we can know, in this time Sibellius was dismissed from the forces and living in his
house in Roma.
So, there was some writing in latin mentioned the names of the Elder Ones four century
The book was spread very often among the adepts of black magic and forbidden by
christian emperors. In the time of Feodosios II the Great almost all copies were destroyed. But
the “Misteriis” survived in hands of the adepts of Black art, who found the shelter among
barbarians near the far borders of empire.
In some sense, Dark wisdom came forward due to persecution and exiling from well
developed countries, and it was more attractive, than a holy bliss. So barbarians knew and
accepted it first before they were baptized.
Dark wisdom were established quickly on the paganism, and the missionaries roaming over
the Gallia and Britannia were very amazed, when they met active satanic sects among people,
who for the first time of the history knew Christ as a cursed bastard and a false messiah, but not
as a savior of the world...
One of those sects has achieved great and unlimited might. In total isolation from the
world, it survived not onl