The Constantinople Document


“The Εγχειρίδιο Τέρας, more commonly known as the Constantinople Document, was found in the sewers of the former capital of the Eastern Roman Empire in the year 1833 by the infamous Bibliomaniac Fray Vicents. The scroll was in a sealed in a ceramic container that is estimated to have been at least a one thousand and five hundred years old. The text written in an obscure Coptic dialect and is a compendium of demonic and otherworldly creatures along with suggested rites for summoning and protecting the reader from said creatures. The most notable entries concern the Vorvolaka, the people of K’n-yan and Druagga the Possessor, slave of Moloch.  Since its discovery the Constantinople Document has been reprinted and translated multiple times but the original scroll disappeared shortly after coming into the possession of Harry Houdini.”– Jasper Moradi, The Sacred Wit Podcast (Episode 11)

“How the early priests came into possession of these secrets does not appear, and if there were ever any records of this kind the Church would hardly allow them to become public.” -Harry Houdini

“Mighty Druagga, give me the power I beg of you!
To the mercy of my soul.
To the point of my death.
Hear me out of from my condemned voice.” -Εγχειρίδιο Τέρας, ‘Summoning of Druaga’ verse 31 (Stubing Translation)

“I don’t know if the version I read was genuine or not, but it was pretty informative when it came to all things Vorvolaka…” – Brian Foster