Lovecraftian Numerology

First things first: Happy Birthday, Mr. Lovecraft. If you would still be with us today, you would be 121 years old. 121 is a very interesting number in deed…

Map of the Dreamlands
Dreamlands Map © Chaosium

Let me demonstrate, I found the following this very night in a dream:
You see, 121 is 11 squared. Eleven is 1 and 1 which equals two. And 121 has one 2 and two 1s. 1+2 is 3 and three is C. 11 minus one is 10 and ten times 2 is 20 and 20 is T. 1+2 is 3 and 2 times 2 times 2 is 8 and 8 is H. And now it get’s spooky. 121 can be interpreted as 1×21 and 21 is U. Along the same line it is possible to interpret it as 12×1 and that is L. 121 contains 3 and 4 twice 1+2 is 3 and 2+1 is 3. 1+1 is 2 and 2 is 4 and 1+1 times 2 is also 4, so we can take 3 and 4 twice which in this case means (if you have paid attention) H and U. And what do we get if we line it all up:

CTHULHU!

Oh my gods! 121 is obviously a highly complex code for Cthulhu! It proves the Great Old One has manipulated the development of mathematics and our alphabet since the very dawn of our civilization!

Cthulhu Figurine
Well, what can I say, numerology is fun but the Cthulhu Mythos is far more fun!

Have a great day, everybody!