And, I just wish also to say something because I'm a bit slow and the more obvious assumptions, I assume I should be making, I'm not.
Let me see if I've got this right.
It's supposed to be a Tiwas(prayer book) copied by Sauniere - used by Sauniere based on
Is there an original script oops maybe a medieval arabic book - probably the original Necromonicon
this was supposed to based on that Sauniere copied then he supposedly hid it and Henri Buthion/Graham Simmans found it behind a skirting board then Graham S. sent to a friend in Cairo blah, blah, blah technical report with no references. Director of the Cairo Islamic museum in Egypt. Who was he when he was at home?
Turns out the Tiwas may have originated from the time of the Crusades - and related to the Muslim faith - (that would be Islam) written in Medieval Arabic.
BUT G.S. asked for the book to be sent back from Cairo and Shock of all shocks - the book is gone. It's gone people. totally and unequivocally disappeared off the face of this green earth never to be seen again. I can almost feel G.S's pain but wait there's more he saved a photographic replica.
What you ask is a photographic replica - is the cousin of the photograph - the father - the daddy of all photographs - a replica of a photograph - well I can't answer that question because I simply don't know.
But I'm not panicking and you know why - it's because Ben has the only copy - all 78 pages and I can buy it as printed publication and an ebook or I can buy a limited edition A4 copy.
With a summery
(sic) of the reports on the spell book by the Director of the Cairo Islamic Museum in Egypt and
REV. Dr Albert Isteero, Egypt.
From "Crow" we also have the testimony that Coppens was shopping it around 3 years ago.
I didn't know Coppens was behind recruitment for the "bloodline" film.
Also it means Coppens knew about the "Cult of the dead" and specifically tried to put in the 'bloodline' film - did Brucey know about this?
So let's get this straight now, we have a photographic replica text that Coppens knew about that came from "graham simmans" / Henri Buthion villa Bethania attic/second floor skirting board now in the hands of "ben" who has the only copy until it is sold.
Coppens then wanted a commentary from IBJ about the book. Why? And why did Coppens want it to be presented as part of the "cult of the dead" theory and bloodline movie.
Okay - it's not Roscoe that's nuts about conspiracy theories - it's me. This is some weird herbage.