Of Salem. HPL Case at witch trial, was named by Amity Howe as one marked by the Devil 150 & 194.
Daughter of the sea. False goddess worshipped in Bal-Sagoth. REH Gods 202-203, 208, 211.
Synonym for: Brunhild.
A hellish region.
CAS Holiness 122.
South America. AWD Curwen 10.
Of District School Number Seven, Arkham Area. AWD Witches 294.
One of Arkham's original settlers. RB Creeper 104.
Providence. HPL Case near which the temporarily-revived body of Daniel Greene was found 137.
On planet Vhoorl. HH Guardian 295.
Incl: Inner Mountains
Father and mother of all cosmic uncleanness. CAS Seven 62, description 63*, 64-66.
Of Old Dutchtown, New York. REH House 120.
A legendary Himalayan race spoken of by Nepalese hill-tribes, the Abominable Snow-Men are really the same as the Outer Ones from Yuggoth [HPL Whisperer 214]. See: Outer Ones.
RFS Warder 164.
HPL Case alphabet possibly used in the Smith diary found by Charles Dexter Ward 139.
A young guide. FBL Hills 293.
HPL Electric one of several names, apparently of Mexican Indian gods, exclaimed by Arthur Feldon 68.
astronomical symbol of. AWD Seal 151.
Of Hyperborea. CAS Tale 3.
AWD Sky 62.
Of H.M.S. Advocate. AWD Gorge 106.
HPL Whisperer lean and sandy-haired, but with a droning voice, thus apparently a Mi-Go in disguise, steals the black stone from the B&M train at a stop in Keene, N.H. 230, sends fake telegram to Wilmarth, signed as by Henry "Akley" (232).
Innsmouth. HPL Innsmouth one of fine old residential streets west of Federal 320, narrator visits neighborhood 325, narrator uses during escape 354 & 356.
Tribe of Southern Arabia. AWD Lamp 249.
Arabia or Middle East. AWD Keeper 143, 148, 152, 171-172.
HPL Mountains Miskatonic Expedition views from sea 7.
HPL Case mentioned in one of Chas. Dexter Ward's invocations on the day he revives his ancestor Joseph Curwen 170, used in Joseph Curwen's chant to invoke his one ancient ally when confronted by Dr. Willet 233.
HPL Gates 426.
RFB Iram 115-118, (119).
Synonym for: Shedad.
Of Arabia. Father of Shaddad and Shadid. RFB Iram 115, 117, 118.
RB Philtre 292-296.
Living shadows, who lure victims into their dimension. Spoken of in the Song of Yste. RAL Abyss 289-291.
Of Stamford-Norwalk area, Connecticut. RAL Settlers published by Clyde Cantrell and Will Richards.
Not to be confused with: Arkham Advertiser.
HPL Medusa flat-nosed aegipans appear in Frank Marsh's unfinished painting, dancing in a pattern Egypt's priests knew to be accursed 193.
RFS Warder 164.
HPL Gates per Alhazred, a shape of darkness transcending our world, but lesser than 'UMR AT-TAWIL 431.
REH Fire 29-30, 34, 36, 39, 41-46, 54-56.
Incl: Ali, Yar.
HPL Nameless while descending a passage in the Nameless City, narrator is reminded of Afrasiab and the demons that floated with him down the Oxus 103.
HPL Aeons cult of Ghatanothoa penetrated the forgotten Semite empires of Africa 276; Call African outposts report ominous mutterings in Spring 1925, during the period when R'lyeh was risen132; Cats the Cat is heir to the secrets of hoary and sinister Africa 55; Diary 304; Medusa 171, 174, 190, 194; Museum 217; Test 19, 27, 54.
RB Brood 92.
REH Untitled 37.
DW Lady 107.
HPL Case 121.
HPL Electric 63.
Sea-fronting valley in Hyperborean times. CAS Coming 74.
AWD Wood cult-art of 75-76, 82.
AWD Wood 75-76.
RB Hell 37.
AWD Sky 68.
A city. HPL Iranon 111-112, 114-117.
See also: elementals.
AWD Island 181.
The gate to Thalarion. HPL White 38.
Son of Henry Akeley. HPL Whisperer 218, 225, 232, 236-237, 264*.
FL Terror2 (289, 296), 297, 299, 301-302, 310.
Cousin of Wilbur Akeley. HPL Whisperer 208, biography 215, address 216, son in San Diego 218, wife 219, description of house 222, Ford car 225, 232, home halfway up Dark Mountain 249, brain-to-go 267.
FL Terror2 289, 294, son 289, son 296, 310.
Arkham area? Cousin of Henry Akeley; cousin of Gable Window narrator. AWD Gable 199-210, 205-207, 210-211, 213.
Miskatonic University Library. AWD Gable 211.
Of Innsmouth. AWD Clay 377-380.
AM White2 Aklo letters 125.
Rock in the lake of Sarnath. HPL Doom 48, 49.
Of Al-Hijaz; Arab scribe of the caliph Mu'awiyah. RFB Iram 115, 118.
HPL Test 23.
The Accursed. REH Dig 79.
Lost city on Plateau of Sung. AWD Lair 119-121, 123-126, 130-135.
RWC Mask 60.
HPL Museum 217, 3 million year old ruins 221 & 229.
Original Arabic text of the Necronomicon. Named after a sound, made by nocturnal insects, that resembled the howling of daemons. The Arabic original was thought to be lost by Olaus Wormius' time, ca. 1228 [HPL History 52-53].
See : Necronomicon .
Joe Slater was jailed in Albany and examined by Dr. Barnard [HPL Sleep 28].
12th century monk. HK Hydra 131.
Star in Pleiades. AWD Curwen 46.
AB Inhabitant 535.
Old Dutchtown. REH House 120.
RWC Repairer 37.
AWD Hastur 12.
A steam yacht, known in Dunedin as an island trader with an evil reputation. Manned by a queer and evil-looking crew of Kanakas and half-castes who held frequent night meetings and trips into the woods. Armed with a heavy battery of brass cannon. In the spring of 1925, intercepted the schooner Auckland at S. 49( 51', W. 128( 34', near the risen island of R'lyeh, and did battle to prevent them approaching the island. Boarded by Auckland crew, who were forced to kill all the ruthless but clumsy Alert crew members. The Alert crew proceeded forward and discovered risen R'lyeh, where several of them died. The two remaining crew members attempted to sail the Alert away; one (Johansen) survived long enough to be rescued at S. 34( 21', W. 152( 17' by the Vigilant, which towed Alert to Darling Harbor. HPL Call 145-146, 149.
See also: Vigilant.
HPL Aeons Cabot Museum of Archaeology includes Indian mummies from Aleutian Islands 266.
Newport. HPL Case 127, 163.
Egypt. HPL Pyramids 219.
HPL Test 37.
Algol, the Daemon-Star. According to Joe Slater, Algol is the blinking beacon of a malevolent being called the oppressor [HPL Sleep 34].
Eye of Algol [AWD Dweller 138].
Spain. RB Kiss 49.
Arab author of the Necronomicon. ". . .a mad poet of Sanaa, in Yemen, who is said to have flourished during the period of the Ommiade caliphs, circa 700 A. D. He visited the ruins of Babylon and the subterranean secrets of Memphis and spent ten years alone in the great southern desert of Arabia the Roba el Khaliyeh or 'Empty Space' of the ancients and 'Dahna' or 'Crimson' desert of the modern Arabs, which is held to be inhabited by protective evil spirits and monsters of death. . . In his last years Alhazred dwelt in Damascus, where the Necronomicon (Ai Azif) was written, and of his final death or disappearance (738 A. D.) many terrible and conflicting things are told. He is said by Ebn Khallikan (12th cent. biographer) to have been seized by an invisible monster in broad day-light and devoured horribly before a large number of fright-frozen witnesses. Of his madness many things are told. He claimed to have seen the fabulous Irem, or City of Pillars, and to have found beneath the ruins of a certain nameless desert town the shocking annals and secrets of a race older than mankind. He was only an indifferent Moslem, worshipping unknown entities whom he called Yog-Sothoth and Cthulhu." [HPL History 52-53]>
It is possible that Alhazred visited the "nameless desert town" referenced above only in dreams; for he is said to have dreamt of the Nameless City in Arabia on the night before he sang his famous couplet: "That is not dead which can eternal lie, and with strange aeons even death may die." [HPL Nameless 98-99, 103, 109]>
Alhazred is mentioned in passing as the mad Arab author of the Necronomicon in HPL Aeons 268;Call 141; Case121, 152; Descendant 359; Doorstep 279;Dunwich 169; Festival 211, 216; Gates 430, 432; Hound 174, 175; Mountains 7, 62; Test 47; Time 374; Whisperer 222; WitchHouse 263.
See also: Necronomicon.
AWD Beyond2 164; Island 180, (183); Curwen 19, 43; Dweller 122, 127; Gable 206; Gorge 120, (121); Depths 235; Keeper 141, 148-149, 153, 160-161, tortured and slain 162, apparition 163, 164, tongueless and eyeless 165, 169; Lamp 249-250, 252, 254-255; Lurker (51), (92), 123, 124, 125; Hastur 2, (3), 30; Sandwin 105; Seal 168; Six 124; Space 234; Sky 59; Witches 301.
HH Guardian 288, (289);
REH Fire 32.
HK Salem (261).
RAL Abyss 284.
DWR Music 294.
RFS Warder 154.
Aka: Keeper of the Key.
See also: Necronomicon.
Arabia. RFB Iram 114.
An Afghan. REH Fire 29-47, 53-57.
AWD Curwen 12, 46.
Of Innsmouth? Related to Whateleys or Marshes?
AWD Shuttered 270.
Muslim name for the supreme deity. RFB Iram 117-118.
Of Providence. AWD Brotherhood 331-333, 335-338, 341-342, 345-350.
family, of District School Number Seven, near Arkham. AWD Witches 294.
Of Providence. HPL Case 112, 179, 181-182, 184, 187, 190, 193-196, 198, 200, 204, 213, 220-226, 230-231.
Of Innsmouth. HPL Innsmouth 322, 326-340, 359-360, 365.
HPL Man 209.
Type of saurian. AWD Survivor 152.
Billing of Jed Price. AWD Survivor 162.
Sorceror. RB Suicide 19, (20), 21-23.
HPL Gates 436.
HPL Mound 144.
Synonym for: Shub-Niggurath.
Of Texas. REH Lost 64.
Possib. same as James Allison of Valley of the Worm, Marchers of Valhalla? Character in REH Untitled 36-37, (38).
Of Texas. REH Lost 65.
Deity? Cult? HPL Case 152, 194.
Of Leng. HPL Kadath (315-321), 322-323, 371, 376-379, (380), 382, 385-387, 391.
A dweller in Lomar. HPL Polaris 21-22.
Arab historian quoted on the subject of Irem. RFB Iram 118-119.
HPL Mound 106.
in Prague. HPL Case 194.
RFS Casket 12.
family. AWD Beyond2 153, of Innsmouth 156.
AWD Beyond2 154-159, 161-170, 172-176.
AWD Beyond2 157-162, 164-165, 167, 170, last name mentioned 171, 172, 174-175.
AWD Beyond2 (narrator), grandson of Josiah Alwyn 153, assistant librarian at Miskatonic U 154, Tony 155, great-nephew of Leander 157, 163. Note: His last name might not be Alwyn, even though one grandfather was an Alwyn.
Arabia. Desert area. RFB Iram 113.
North Burial Ground, Providence. HPL Case 169.
HPL Museum Amazon Valley 217.
RB Terror 225.
New Hebrides. AWD Gorge 100-101.
Of Sandwin House. AWD Sandwin 92-93, 97-98, 109.
Of Vyones, Averoigne. CAS Holiness 119-135, 137-143.
Egyptian God. HPL Pyramids 221.
HPL Gates 434.
HPL Call will later publish much of the papers of the late George Gammell Angell 126, Angell attends 1908 meeting in St. Louis and hears tale of Inspector Legrasse 133.
HPL Time 403-404.
HPL Case alphabet 139.
RFS Warder language 156.
At Karnak, Egypt. AWD Island 182.
RB Opener 158.
Pet, relative, or friend of Horvath Blayne; last name possibly Waite. AWD Island 192.
RB Sorceror 155.
Explorer. HPL Mountains 5, 28, 42.
HPL Electric 68.
England. HPL Rats 27-29, 40.
Friends of Umr-a-tawil. HPL Gates 433, 435-437, 439-441.
AWD Beyond2 165; Island = Great Old Ones 179, 180, 182, 186, 188, 195, 197-198, 211-212; Curwen 21; Gable 207, 210, 213; Gorge 111, = Great Old Ones 121; Depths 235, 237, 240; Keeper 141, 144, 147, 149, 151, 157, 162, 165, 169; Lair = Elder Gods 134, description 134-135; Lamp 254; Lurker 133; OutThere Mad evil genii who inhabited outer space before the world was born. Were defeated by Elder Gods and banished to various parts of the cosmos. Were mentioned in occult lore studied by Geoffrey Malvern and his friends; Hastur = Elder Gods 11; Sandwin 105, seals put upon them by the retreating Ancient Ones 106; Seal 160, 162-163; Sky 68; Space war with Great Race 237, 238-242; Valley 127, 134-135; Whippoorwills 51, 70; Wind once ruled at Leng; Witches 301-303.
Aka: Older Gods.
HK Bells 86.
HK Eater who filter strangely between universes 12.
HPL Mountains 41.
AWD Gorge 115, 122-126, 128-133.
Historical person. HPL Pickman 18.
Of Lima. AWD Gorge 97, 115, 122, Vibberto 122-123, 124-125, 128-130, 134.
AWD Hastur 17.
Of Bal-Sagoth. REH Gods 197.
HPL Call Professor Emeritus of Semitic Languages at Brown University; eminent expert on ancient inscriptions; died, a childless widower, at age 92 in the winter of 1926-1927; died mysteriously after being jostled by a nautical-looking negro while walking uphill to his home from the Newport boat 126; left notes concerning Cthulhu cult in locked box later opened by his grand-nephew, who was both heir and executor 126-127; listened to the story of Henry Anthony Wilcox and his sculpture of Cthulhu 128-131; collected accounts of the dreams of aesthetes from Feb 28--Apr 2 1925, 131; and press cuttings about cases of panic, mania and eccentricity in the same period 132; attends American Archaeological Society meeting in St. Louis, 1908, and hears Inspector Legrasse's tale of Cthulhu worship in Louisiana 133; excited by Wilcox's tale because it dovetails with that of Legrasse 142; possibly killed by Cthulhu cult members with a poison needle 144; narrator adds Johansen narrative to Angell's tin box 154.
FL Terror2 288, 301, 310.
Partridgeville. FBL Hounds 84.
Providence. HPL Case 177.
RB Sorceror 153-158, 162-163.
See also: geometry.
Welsh island. RB DarkIsle 93-95, 98.
Sailor, of the Emma, swept up by the flabby claws of Cthulhu on the risen island of R'lyeh. HPL Call 152.
A "prince" of the netherworld. AWD Wentworth 175.
Crux ansata of Egypt. HPL Haunter 100.
JVS Snouted 25, 28.
Of Nahua Indians. AWD Island 181.
See also: inner city at the magnetic poles
Star cluster . AWD Lurker 137.
DW Fire2 80, 81, 78.
Antarctica? HPL Fungi XV.
Of Texas. REH Lost 64-65, 68, 88.
AWD Gorge 130.
RB Satan 17.
A Greek messenger. FBL Hills 289.
Aka: Opener of the Way.
An African tribe. HPL Picture 119, 122, 124.
RB Philtre 293.
Egyptian deity. RB Sebek 116.
REH Dig 84.
Synonym for: Malik Tous.
HPL Electric 70.
FL Terror2 295.
RB Sorceror 155.
CAS Return Arabian spices 38.
Incl: Ad tribe; Aden; Al-Hijaz; Al-Sha'abi; Al-Yaman; City of Pillars; Crimson Desert; Dahna; Damascus; Damqut; El Nigro; Empty Space; Irem; Hadramant; Hazramaut; Himyar; Hymarites; Irem; Jadis tribe; Lamp of Alhazred; Mareb; Muscat; Nameless City; Oman; Roba el Ehaliyeh; Roba el Khaliyeh; Saba; Salalah; San'a; Sanaa; Suez; Tasm tribe; Thamood tribe; Tigris-Euphrates valley?; Timna; Yemen.
HPL Mountains 47.
where lies Irem. HPL Gates 426.
HPL Test 19.
HPL Statement 300.
HC Death 367-368.
RAL Settlers Latin Necronomicon a translation from the Arabic 32.
RFS Warder 156.
CAS Return 33-34, 36, 38.
HPL Time 395.
Synonym for Irem; alternate spelling used in some translations of the Koran.
One of the Seven Stewards of Heaven invoked in White Magic [RB Hell 60].
Period lasting from 4.5 billion to 2 billion years ago. HPL Mountains 12, 16, 19-20, 22, 25, 29, 30, 32-33, 37, 39, 41, 59, 66, 103.
Aka: Archaeozoic era.
HPL Mountains 19.
Synonym for: Archaean period.
HPL Gates 448.
HPL Gates 441, 443-444.
CAS Seven 60, (61), 62-65.
HPL Museum 229.
Around which Kythamil revolves. HPL Gates 444.
Fantastic painter of possibly Cthulhu-influenced "Dream Landscape," a blasphemous contribution to the Paris spring salon of 1926. HPL Call 132.
Of Polynesia. HPL Aeons teachings of Ghatanothoa cult became merged into the esoteric lore of the Polynesian Areoi 276.
A star. HPL WitchHouse 275, 278.
HPL Electric 70.
Fabled. HK Kralitz 4.
Of Innsmouth; a Whateley? AWD Shuttered 271-273, 276-278.
HPL Mound 115.
HPL Mound 96.
HPL Yig 84, 87.
Kansas. HPL Mound 116.
Massachusetts. HPL Colour 53-57, 60, 63-64, 66, 68, 72, 76, 79-81; Dunwich 173, 182; Festival 210; Fungi VIII; Gates 422, 427, 437, 441, 443, 449, 451, 457; Herbert 133, 136, typhoid epidemic 138, 140, 142-146, 149, 152, 159, 161; History 1; Innsmouth 305-306, 308, 310, 313, 320-321, 323, 335, 338, 342, 362, 365; Kadath 356, 401; Picture 117, 120; Silver 413, 415, 419; Mist 276, 279-280; Doorstep 277-278, 280, 294; Time 370, 374, 394, 406; Unnameable 200, old burying ground 207; Whisperer 209, 216; WitchHouse 262-264, 271, 275, 280, 288, 296, 298;
AWD Attic 308-309, 311-313; Beyond2 154; Island 193; Curwen 3-4, 6, 14, 23-24, shopping district 25, 27, 36, 39, 44; Dweller 122; Fisherman 291; Gable 202, 205; Gorge 98, 107, 110, 112, 116, 124; Innsmouth 377; Keeper 146, 149, 160; Lamp 254-255; Lurker 3-6, 11, 13, 19-21, 24, 26, 29, 31, 38, 41, 43, 51, 56, 58, 64, 67-68, 71, 75-76, 95-96, 100, 126, 138, 144-145; Middle 352, 354, 360, 363; Hastur 1, 3, 6-9, 16, 22-23, 25, 29-31; Sandwin 88-89, 98, 106-107, 109; Seal 166, 168; Six 124; Sky 55, 57-58, 60, 62, 67, 71-72, 87, 92; Space 230, 233-235; Shuttered 259, 268; Survivor 161; Valley 116-117, 125, 140; Watchers Miskatonic reaches the sea at Arkham? 386, 392, 401; Wentworth 171; Whippoorwills 55, 57-58, 69; Witches 294, 296, 298-300, 302, 304; Wood 77, 83-84.
REH Arkham 5.
FL Terror2 267, 269, 282, 284, 287, 293-294, 296, 305-306, 310.
Arkham area incl:
West of Arkham incl:
North of Arkham incl:
A brig. HPL Mountains 6, 8-9, 13-14, 16, 19-20, 22-23, 26-27, 32, 34.
AWD Hastur Tuttle vault 5 & 23, 6.
A newspaper. HPL Colour 63-64;
HPL Innsmouth 362-363.
AWD Dweller 122.
HPL Doorstep 276, 297.
Of Miskatonic University Library. HPL Dunwich 169-170, 176, 182 etc., age 186, description 193.
AWD Watchers 402.
FL Terror2 286-287, 293, 300, 309.
Of New York. AWD Lurker 137.
Son of Lord Leveredge. AWD Those 112-117.
HPL Case 133.
Better known as Ars Generalis Ultima or Ars Magna. A work by Raymond Lully, published in 1305. It provided a system of arguments to aid in converting Moslems to Christianity. ["Ramon Llull," at Wikipedia]
Joseph Curwen had a copy of Raymond Lully's Ars Magna et Ultima in Zetsner's edition. [HPL Case 121]
"Zetsner's edition" was one-volume Latin edition of several of Lully's works, published by Lazarus Zetzner in Strasbourg, 1598.
"Zetsner's edition" wasa
one-volume Latin edition of several of Lully's works, published by Lazarus Zetzner in Strasbourg, 1598.The Zetsner edition includes related works by Giordano Bruno and Cornelius Agrippa, authors whose speculative or occult tendencies may have been of interest to Curwen. The John Hay Library at Brown University has a copy, which is cataloged under the abbreviated title Raymundii Lullii Opera ea quae ad adinuentam ab ipso artem vniuersalem ... pertinent : vt et in eandem quorundam interpretus scripti commentarij: quae omnia ... edita sunt : accessit index ... locupletissimus. (Thanks to John Merritt for sending me details about the Zetzner edition.)
Ambrose Dewart found a copy in Billington House [ .
Ambrose Dewart found a copy in Billington House
[AWD Lurker 16]
Dan Harrop found a copy in the collection of his late cousin, Abel Harrop [
Dan Harrop found a copy in the collection of his late cousin, Abel Harrop [AWD Whippoorwills 43].
Boston. HPL Pickman 12.
Author, Key to Wisdom. HPL Case 121.
AWD Lurker 16.
Synonym for: Artephius.
A story by Poe. HPL Mountains 8, 97.
DW Fire2 78-89.
AWD Curwen 12.
REH Fire 40.
Warrior of the Sword People. REH Children 156, (157-159), 161-164.
RB Sorceror 151.
Of Providence. HPL Case 153-154, 175.
Arkham. HPL Innsmouth 321.
Legatus of Cohors V. FBL Hills 290.
Mother of Marjory Ash. REH Hoofed 157.
Later Evelyn Gordon. REH Ring 56.
Daughter of Mrs. Ash. REH Hoofed 145, 148, 156-160, (161-163), 164-165, 168-169.
Of Miskatonic University; ancient history. HPL Time 406.
HPL Innsmouth 334.
HPL Test 19, 54.
REH Dig 79.
HPL Aeons secret cults of Asiatics pose threat to Richard Johnson and others of Cabot Museum of Archaeology 265, swarthy Asiatics visit Cabot Museum 279.
A demon. CAS Holiness 122.
A demon. RB Demon Nyarlathotep's form resembled Asmodeus 67, 69, 70; Faceless Nyarlathotep is emissary of Asmodeus and darker gods 41; Hell 37; Gideon Godfrey claimed to be Asmodeus, Prince of Hell Satan 15.
RB Sebek 124.
Assyrian king. REH Fire 32, 49-50.
AWD Island library of, in Nineveh 181.
Synonym for: Sardanapalus.
REH Fire 38-40, 43, 57.
RFS Warder 165.
JVS Dead cunieform 30.
Home of Panfilo de Zamacona y Nunez. HPL Mound 113, 130.
HK Hydra 128, 135-136.
See also: souls, immortal.
RB Sorceror 153, 158-159, 161.
Of Ulthar, in dreamlands. HPL Cats innkeeper's son who sees the cats circling the cotters' cottage 57-58; Other young priest, disciple of Barzai, who told him where the black cats go on St. John's Eve128, accompanies Barzai in the doomed ascent of Hatheg-Kla 129-131, after Barzai's seizure by the other gods, refuses ever to pray for his soul 132; Kadath (310), 311-314, 353.
Providence. HPL Case 112, 169.
AWD Brotherhood 328, 330, 337, 346.
A sea captain in Celphais. HPL Celephais 86.
HPL Iranon 113.
Town enroute Gardner to Greenfield. HPL Whisperer 244.
HPL Gates 435.
Spider-god beneath Voormithadreth. AWD Lurker 135.
CAS Seven 55-56, spends eternity bridging the chasm 56, 57-58, 66.
New Jersey. HPL Case 178, 185, 230.
HPL Aeons rumors of Ghatanothoa cult in ill-fated Atlantis 276; Descendant great land in the west that had sunk (361), Ignatius Donnelly's account of 361; Haunter 106; Medusa cities in Hoggar region of Sahara 171, 173, Atlantean magic 181, 187, 193; Mist 282*; Mound 137, 152; Mountains 47; Test 19, 42, 46-47, 54; Time middle kingdom 395; Whisperer Atlantean high-priest Klarkash-Ton 254.
FBL Hounds 79.
RFS Warder 164.
Short for The Story of Atlantis and the Lost Lemuria , by W. Scott-Elliot. A work on lost continents written by a Theosophist follower of Helene Blavatsky. It was originally two separate works, published in 1896 and 1904, and reprinted in a combined edition starting in 1925. [From a 1968 printing by the Theosophical Publishing House]. The online texts are available at the Internet Sacred Text Archive.
The book was cited in Professor Angell's notes on the Cthulhu cult. Perhaps Angell found the theme of sunken continents to be reminiscent of sunken R'lyeh [HPL Call 128].
Hellenic deity. AWD Lurker 122.
A popular science book, originally titled L'atmosphère: météorologie populaire, by the French astronomer Camille Flammarion, published in 1888.
An odd little man assured Doctor Wycherly that he would never find a copy of a book like Flammarion's Atmosphere in a bookstore. [HH Guardian 288] However, it does not appear to be quite that rare; copies are currently listed for sale at websites such as abebooks.com.
RB Steeple 227-229.
AWD Island (need to look up page references).
By H.P. Lovecraft. AWD Curwen 14.
New York. HPL Diary 303, 306.
A story published in Jan, 1922 Whispers. HPL Unnameable 202.
En route Boston to Providence. HPL Case 152.
Of Miskatonic University Physics (and meteorology). HPL Mountains 4, 11, 14-15, 26.
FL Terror2 269, co-inventor of magneto-optic geoscanner 293, 298, his father 300.
Of Providence (temporarily); antiquarian. AWD Survivor (narrator) 148, (149), 150, (151-154), 155.
HPL Fungi XI.
Boston. HPL Pickman 21.
New Zealand. HPL Call Aukland correspondent of the Sydney Bulletin reported the Emma and its crew to have an excellent reputation 146, Emma cleared Auckland on February 20, 1925 149.
AWD Gorge 103, 107.
Maine. HPL Doorstep 287.
Bishop of Hippo. AWD OutThere While visiting Hydestall Cathedral, used a star-stone inscribed with a Latin prayer to reimprison Something from Out There after it was set free by the mad monk Clithanus. Exiled Clithanus to Rome; Passing bishop over Clithanus, who sent the spawn of Cthulhu back to the sea.
FL Terror2 296.
France. HPL Medusa 181.
AWD Curwen 45.
Aka: Doorways to Outside.
Of Boston Churchyard. HPL Herbert 160.
France. HPL Aeons incl. Chateau Faussesflammes 269.
CAS Holiness 119-121, 123, 126, 131-133, 142.
CAS Holiness 119, 137-138.
Synonym for: Clement.
RB Sorceror 155.
Town enroute Concord to Fitchburg. HPL Whisperer 244.
Incl: Houghton, Dr;
A road in Massachusetts. HPL Dunwich 155, 157.
AWD Attic 309, 311; Dweller 133; Gable 199; Lurker starts from River Street in Arkham and proceeds west 3, 20-21, 31, 41, 58, 75, 142; Middle 352; Valley 119, 125, 129, 132-133, 138, 144; Watchers 385, 386, 388, 399; Whippoorwills 34.
Incl: Tuttle house.
A newspaper in Aylesbury. HPL Dunwich 179.
AWD Seal 162.
A mindless but possibly all-powerful entity who lives outside the ordered universe, in the void at the center of all infinity. There he dwells in inconceivable, unlighted chambers beyond time, where no dreams can reach. He is known as the boundless daemon-sultan Azathoth, whose name no lips dare speak aloud. He blasphemes and bubbles amidst the beating of drums and the whine of accursed flutes. To this music dance awkwardly the mindless Other Gods, with their soul and messenger Nyarlathotep [HPL Kadath 308, 318, 399]. Nasht and Kaman-Thah warned Randolph Carter of the peril posed by Azathoth to any dreamers who try to venture from our dreamworld to one of the dreamworlds surrounding another planet . The violet gas S'ngac warned Kuranes never to approach the central void where Azathoth gnaws hungrily in the dark .
Robert Blake thought of "the ancient legends of Ultimate Chaos, at whose centre sprawls the blind idiot god Azathoth, Lord of All Things, encircled by his flopping horde of mindless and amorphous dancers, and lulled by the thin monotonous piping of a daemoniac flute held in nameless paws" [Haunter 110]. The phrase "Lord of All Things" suggests Azathoth's supremacy among all deities. The impression is reinforced in the sonnet Azathoth , which refers to him as Lord of All [ Fungi XXII]. The sonnet also refers to "a cracked flute clutched in a monstrous paw, / Whence flow the aimless waves whose chance combining / Gives each frail cosmos its eternal law." It is not clear who is playing the flute; in conjunction with Blake's statement that Azathoth is "lulled" by a flute, it seems possible that some other entity plays the flute, and so influences Azathoth's dreams; thus "Here the Lord of All in darkness muttered / Things he had dreamed but could not understand." Azathoth's dreams perhaps then give rise to the various universes. On this theory, Nyarlathotep could be the puppet master who is really running the show, since he shows contempt for Azathoth: "'I am His Messenger,' the daemon said, / As in contempt he struck his Master's head."
Another interpretation would be that Azathoth dreams while playing the flute himself, and the flute causes his dreams to come to life in the form of various universes. In that case, Nyarlathotep is in the typical position of an underling who regards his boss as a moron.
Despite Azathoth's mindlessness, which you think would make him a futile object for prayer or worship, the daemon-sultan has his devotees. Keziah Mason tried to get Walter Gilman to meet the Black Man and go with them to the throne of Azathoth at the center of ultimate Chaos. Gilman, she said, must sign in his own blood the book of Azathoth and take a new secret name. Gilman refused because "he had seen the name 'Azathoth' in the Necronomicon , and knew it stood for a primal evil too horrible for description" [WitchHouse 272-273]. Later Gilman apparently signed the book and was taken to Azathoth, for he dimly recalled the drumming, flutes, and leaping shadows (presumably of the dancing Other Gods) [281-282]. Attempting to return from one of his transdimensional journeys, Gilman feared accidentally landing "in the spiral black vortices of that ultimate void of Chaos wherein reigns the mindless daemon-sultan Azathoth" .
Henry Wentworth Akeley mentioned Azathoth in a letter to Prof. Albert Wilmarth [Whisperer 223]. Akeley's recording of a conversation between a human and an Outer One outside a Vermont cave, on May Eve, mentioned "(tri)butes to Him in the Gulf, Azathoth, He of Whom Thou hast taught us marv(els)" . The phrase seems to be part of a liturgy, suggesting that the Outer Ones are worshippers of Azathoth, along with other primal beings. The Outer One masquerading as Akeley told Wilmarth of "the monstrous nuclear chaos beyond angled space which the Necronomicon had mercifully cloaked under the name of Azathoth" . Perhaps this suggests that "Azathoth" is a pseudonym, rather than the actual "name no lips dare speak aloud."
Capt.Lawton mentioned Azathoth in his ravings after visiting a mound near Binger, Oklahoma [Mound 103]. This suggests that the Old Ones of K'n-yan were aware of Azathoth, and perhaps also devotees of his.
While awaiting in fear for the Haunter of the Dark, Robert Blake prayed "Azathoth have mercy!" [Haunter 115].
George Rogers insulted Stephen Jones by calling him "Son of the dogs that howl in the maelstrom of Azathoth!" [Museum 234]. "Dogs" are not elsewhere mentioned in connection with Azathoth. One wonders if this could be a reference to the Hounds of Tindalos, but since Azathoth dwells beyond angled space, it seems there would be a deficiency of angles for the Hounds to move through.
Edward Pickman Derby wrote a collection of nightmare-lyrics called Azathoth and Other Horrors [Doorstep 277].
Azathoth is the title of one of HPL's short fragments, but Azathoth is not referenced in the text [HPL Azathoth 357].
HK Hydra Lord of All Things 139, 141.
RB Demon Azozath (printed as Azathoth in earlier editions) 64.
FL Terror2 302.
JVS Dead 34.
Poems by Edward Pickman Derby. HPL Doorstep 277.
FL Terror2 267, 284.
A demon? HPL Dunwich 158.
AWD Watchers, 401.
CAS Holiness 119.
Bishop of Ximes, Averoigne. CAS Holiness 119-123, 126, 129, 133, 136-137, 139, 141-143.
AWD Island 181.
A "prince" of the nether world. AWD Wentworth 175.
RB Demon (printed as Azathoth in previous editions) 64.
HPL Electric 68.
AWD Gorge 108, 115.
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