Cthulhu be Praised?

Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn … of hot babes with octopus tattoos?

Yeah, it’s not every woman who can pull off an octopus chest tattoo. But, Cthulhu be Praised, this one can.

Cthulhu be Praised? Dagon She's Hot?
Cthulhu be Praised?

And because I tend to dislike and, therefor, avoid posting pic of women’s parts without their faces included, here’s a small sampling of Harliequinnx…

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Dagon She’s Hot?

OK. I now return you to your normally scheduled morning. Please don’t think about any Elder Eldritch Horrors having erotic dreams about tattooed brunettes. :(;,;):

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Other Than Eldritch

When one thinks of H. P. Lovecraft, if one does think of him at all, one thinks naturally of his Cthulhu Mythos. That’s unsurprising since Lovecraft is heralded as one of the greatest, if not the greatest, writers of horror fiction of the twentieth century and the Cthulhu Mythos was the centerpiece of his writing. Lovecraft, however, wrote more than just horror. He also published a journal heavily focused on sociopolitical thought, The Conservative.

H. P. Lovecraft’s The Conservative had little no nothing to do with eldritch horrors. It was a journal edited and self-published sporadically by H. P. Lovecraft between 1915 and 1923. Some of its pieces were written by Lovecraft himself, but many of them were written by others. They included not just political and social commentary on the issues of the day, but also poetry, short stories and literary criticism.

The period in time covered by The Conservative coincided with some of the most tumultuous events of the twentieth century, including the First World War and the Russian Revolution.

It’s quite the interesting read.

Note, however, that I said it was an interesting read. It is not an easy one; not at all. It is firmly grounded in the society, issues, and history of a century ago. Still, I wholeheartedly recommend it as an addition to any American’s library.

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A Cthulian Carol

‘Tis the holiday season and, as such, why should one choose the lesser of carols to enjoy? Fortunately, thanks to the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society, you don’t have to.

I’m Dreaming Of A Dead City

And it’s not as if, in these times, any of or our children will sleep soundly with vision of sugar plums dancing in our heads. Better by far to dream of Cthulhu and his ending of all the things we’ve so foolishly created than to sweat through nightmares of all that is that we could have prevented had we had the courage and conviction.

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Elder Democrat Stateman

America is a land of traditions. Americans are fond of our history, short as it is, and are largely loath to cast it aside. This can cause problems when those traditions and cultural edifices are evil.

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Not All That Is Old Is Good

Evil is ancient and that particular evil known as the Democratic Party dates back almost to the founding of America. Yet age has not lessened it. It has only provided it a less honest but more pleasing face.

The 2012 elections are a chance for Americans to put aside this tradition of evil in our land and remove these Democrats from office en mass for the sake of our nation’s very soul.

This is one singular change that no true American should fear and getting Shub-Niggurath, The Black Goat Of The Woods, out of the White House is only part of cure. We need to purge the House and Senate as well.

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They will be responsible for letting a condition develop in this country which will create a climate that will bring seeds up out of the ground with vegetation on the end of them looking like something these people never dreamed of. In 2012, its the ballot or the bullet.

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