Mysterious and Dangerous Books You Should Avoid Reading At All Costs

The most dangerous book in the world, according to popular belief, is "Necronomicon." However, it is important to note that the book is fictional and was created by author H.P. Lovecraft.

The Gutenberg Bible, the first major book printed using movable type, is considered dangerous due to its immense cultural and historical significance. Only a few original copies exist today, and they are heavily guarded.

The "Codex Gigas," also known as the Devil's Bible, is the largest medieval manuscript in existence. Legend has it that it was written in a single night by a monk who made a pact with the devil.

"The Pop-Up Book of Phobias" is an interactive book that features pop-up illustrations of various phobias, designed to invoke fear and discomfort in readers.

The "Book of Soyga," a 16th-century manuscript written in code, was believed to contain hidden knowledge of astrology and magic. It remained undeciphered until a researcher cracked its code in 1994.

"The Turner Diaries" is a novel written by white supremacist William Luther Pierce. It has been linked to several acts of terrorism and hate crimes, inspiring individuals and groups with extremist ideologies.

The "Book of the Dead," a collection of ancient Egyptian spells and rituals, was believed to guide souls through the afterlife. It played a crucial role in ancient Egyptian religious beliefs and burial practices.

The "Grimoire of Pope Honorius" is a medieval grimoire containing instructions on summoning demons, performing rituals, and practicing black magic. It has been associated with occult practices and forbidden knowledge.