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Nyarlathotep

Tired like an Outer God

Do you know this feeling: You woke up after a cosmic slumber lasting vigintillions of years, but you could just crawl back to bed again? In this case, you are tired like an Outer God. I mean, just look at this image of a yawning Nyarlathotep and you will know …

Nyarlathotep Sneak Attack

Well, who would have thought… The sneakiest of the Outer Gods has managed to get a formula for summoning one of his avatars out on the World Wide Web and unwitting pawns in their (Nyarlathotep is non-binary, in case you wondered) game are spreading it far and wide. It is …

H.P. Lovecraft’s Nyarlathotep – Epic fan movie

Back in 2005 I was doing research for my final thesis of my anthropology studies. The thesis concerned the works of H.P. Lovecraft and their impact on modern pop culture. In the course of the research I came across the H.P. Lovecraft Film Festival and a particular short film by …

Nyarlathotep explained for the Uninitiated

Nyarlathotep is perhaps the most interesting of the Lovecraftian Deities. He is arguably the only one who had a developed persona in Lovecrafts own lifetime and the one most involved in human affairs while at the same time being one of the most, perhaps the most, alien and incomprehensible of …

Space Shuttle Atlantis Final Landing

Praise Great Cthulhu for the Æthernet. Coming to think of it, computer-related technology is the domain of the tick-tock man, himself an avatar of Nyarlathotep. So let us praise Nyarlathotep for the internet: *buzz* . . . go out among men and find the ways thereof, that He in the …

Daguerreotype Cthulhu

I’ve had this image in my collection for quite a while now. My speculation is it was Cthulhu’s dreams he sent that kept me from publishing it. Perhaps he is simply not quite comfortable in his new found role as a gentleman of leissure, yet. I guess that’s undertsandable. After …

Steampunk Compatible Music and Birthdays

Already a while back, there was a thread on the Brassgoggles Forum, where we discussed Steampunk Music, music we would like to see, that is, hear, in a Steampunk context and the music we were listening to in general. In this thread, a few participants, including myself, agreed, that Steampunk …