The 9 Most Eerie Books and Grimoires Of All Time: This book actually isn't about magic or demons and it isn't a grimoire, but it may be the eeriest book on this list. Written by G. Mackenzie Bacon, medical superintendent at the Fulbourn asylum near Cambridge, England, the book contains the complex diagrammatic writings of an asylum patient who filled every centimeter of his pages with wild musings and diagrammatic text.
Tibetans began to drink tea during the ruling period of Dusong Mangpoje (AD 676-704), a king of Tubo Kingdom (an ancient kingdom of Tibet), according to the book titled "History from the Han and Tibetan Sources".
~ Holding the book, "QUEEN ELIZABETH THE QUEEN MOTHER," the Queen smiles as she scans its pages for the camera. ~ The Queen has abandoned royal protocol to endorse an official biography of her mother. ~ HM chose to be pictured with it because she personally selected the author, William Shawcross