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Page 67: "Carlita, caro mio"; green ink
Page 68: "Once upon a time" story of a man's life; green ink; part 1/2
Page 69: "This world is older than any of your think", text on demonic age
Page 70: Diagram of the Sephira from Kabbalah, with various texts scattered around
Page 71: "Behold the wisdom of the ancients revealed", cluttered and messy text and patterns; red ink
Page 72: Story of Feathered Serpent, how the Dragon sailed to far land and stole silver
Page 73: Dissertation on Lycanthropy; red ink
Page 74: German invocation of Hecate to unmask and reveal demons
Page 75: Beneath the world there is no cave, only a river
Page 76: Hyneb: "In the elder days, before Babylon had its first stone carved, the people of the Red Mountain…"
Page 77: Dictionary translating words from unknown language
Page 78: unknown (vertical) alphabet; green ink
Page 79: "The society and culture of ancient Lemuria"; red ink
Page 80: Person writing about how he's analyzing a mysterious item
Page 81: "Once upon a time" story of a man's life; green ink; part 2/2
Page 82: Cluttered text on "Pleromaic Outcasts", interspersed with other writings; red, black and green ink
Page 83: Tale of the Atlantean prince, part 1/2
Page 84: Page of Latin "They are a secret, to the time and the hidden places"; border of Norse runes in silver ink
Page 85: "It is such a simple design" musings, drawing of spiky circular figure
Page 86: "And in that age so far remote" poem; red ink
Page 87: "Sometimes I dream", recurring nightmare described
Page 88: "The pounding, the pounding" poem; Norse runes, green ink


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