Of Salem. HPL Case 150, 194.
HPL Aeons trustee of Cabot Museum who was present at dissection of T'yog mummy 287.
Of Boston. A small and obscure museum with high standing in scientific circles. It specializes in non-artistic remains of ancient and unknown civilisations. Located in Mt. Vernon Street, near Joy, in Beacon Hill district of Boston. Housed in a former private mansion designed by Buffinch and built in 1819. Includes a hall containing mummies from many cultures, including Eyptian, Aleutian Islands, Pompeii. Also the mummy of T'yog, from ancient Mu, acquired in 1878 by Curator Pickman. Sensational press coverage of the mummy in 1931-1932 resulted in attempts by cultists to revive mummy, and the dissection that uncovered a living, pulsing brain. [HPL Aeons 264, 266-267, 269]
See also: Carver, Dr.; Johnson, Richard H.; Joy St.; Mason, Dr.; Minot, Dr. William; Moore, Dr. Wentworth; Mt. Vernon St.; Pickman; Saltonstall, Dudley; T'yog; Wells, Dr..
London. CJ Acquarium 310.
Britain. HPL Case 220.
RB Sorceror absurd, posturing 155.
HK Hunt a charlatan 167.
Incl: Drogman, Abdul Reis el; Whateley, Abner; Ziz, Ali.
A Roman municipium in Spain. FBL Hills 287.
AWD Gorge 112.
RB Kiss 43.
AWD Island 211.
Vermont. HPL Whisperer 209.
See: ceremonial days.
RB Kiss 40.
FL Terror2 267.
Alameda; Berkeley; California Historical Society; Coyote Canyon; Culver City; Fermin, Pt.; Griffith Observatory; Griffith Park; Hollywood; Hollywood Hills; Hollywoodland; Huntington Library; Laurel Canyon; Los Angeles; Millbrae; Oakland; Paradise Crest; Pinos Range; Sacramento; San Diego; San Francisco; San Jose; San Pedro; San Quentin; Santa Monica Mountains; San Xavier; Sausalito; Southern California; Tamalpais; UCLA; Venice; Vulture's Roost; White's Point.
Aka: Nueva California.
San Francisco. HK Bells 80, 92.
By H.P. Lovecraft. AWD Hastur 14.
REH Children 151.
FL Terror2 294.
Former owners of the Masonic hall. HPL Innsmouth 336.
AWD Island 195, 211.
Fragrant groves of. HPL White 40.
HPL Challenge 1-17.
HPL Innsmouth 334.
HPL Challenge 1.
Oklahoma. HPL Yig 85-86.
AWD Lurker 17, 140.
See also: ceremonial days.
Georg Reuter Fischer heard mysterious voices whisper of Canis Tindalos and their foul essence [FL Terror2 281].
See: Hounds of Tindalos.
A plant related to cannibis sativa, marijuana. HK Hydra 128-129.
See also: marijuana
A passenger on an ocean liner who threw himself overboard shortly after viewing the Sacred White Elephant of Jadhore [RB Elephant 45].
HPL Innsmouth a sanitarium at Canton 364, 367.
FL Terror2 Canton asylum 299.
Of Stamford-Norwalk area, Connecticut. Cousin of Frank. RAL Settlers (narrator), name mentioned 18-19 & 23 & 25 & 28 & 33 & 35, co-owner with Will Richards of Advertiser 17, investigates Settler's Wall 17-36.
HPL Mountains 7.
South of Kingsport Head. HPL Innsmouth 315.
HPL Medusa 164, 166-167, 180, 186, 197, 199.
A star or constellation? AWD Lurker 106.
HPL Call 139.
Of Roman Britain. HPL Descendant ancestor of Lord Northam 360/361.
Of hamlet of the dog, Maine. Told Harvey a story of what happened, concerning Graag, 20 years back. RAL Graag 15.
AWD Island 177.
AWD GodBox 119-123.
345-280 million years ago. HPL Mountains 69.
AWD Island 200.
AB Inhabitant 534-535.
DW Lady 105.
HPL Aeons a popular sensation, contrasted with merely local fame of T'yog mummy 267.
Home of Delapores on banks of James in Virginia. HPL Rats 27, 31-32, 44.
CJ Acquarium 303.
FL Terror2 296.
Mother of Russell Carmody. Possibly of Arkham. JVS Dead 31-33, 35-37.
Son of Charlotte Carmody. Possibly of Arkham. Buried in Old Dethshill Cemetary. JVS Dead 30-32, (36).
A ship. HK Hydra 127.
CAS Return (35), 43, (45-46), 47.
CAS Return 33-42, (43), 44-47.
Of Providence. HPL Case 152.
Note: Dr. Carnoti appears in some editions of RB Faceless, but in the 1993 edition of Mysteries of the Worm, the name is given as Dr. Stugatche instead.
India. AWD Survivor 153.
Curator of the museum at Beloin University. RFS Warder 155-156.
Part of someone's farm. HPL Dunwich 191.
Graduate student at Miskatonic University. HPL Mountains 10, 14, 42.
Author, Black God of Madness. HK Salem 250-266.
Of Bridgetown. RB Mannikin 84.
Of Egypt. RB Fane 131-133, 135-146.
Family. HPL Gates home 422, 423, 425, 427.
JVS Graveyard Arkham? Buried in Old Dethshill Cemetary 235.
HPL Unnameable (narrator) (200-205), 206-207.
Synonym for: Carter, Randolph? (possibly)
Grandfather of Randolph Carter. HPL Silver 412-413.
Of Providence. HPL Case 135, 140, 142.
Descendant of Randolph Carter in 2169. HPL Gates (year 2169) 443.
HPL Case 214; Gates 421-458; Kadath 306-307, and Pickman 336, and Kuranes in life (309), from Boston 355, 356; Silver 408-420, French Foreign Legion in Great War 411, successful novelist 412, dabbles in occult 412, Boston home 412, lives south of Arkham 415, wounded in Great War at Belloy-en-Santerre 419, change at 10 yrs old 418; Statement 299 etc.
RB Sebek 120.
FL Terror2 298.
JVS Graveyard 236.
In Elizabeth's time. HPL Silver 414.
Arkham. RB Creeper 104.
HPL Medusa Carthaginian magic 170.
HPL Kadath 393, etc., 394.
Of Cabot Museum staff; present at dissection of T'yog mummy. HPL Aeons 287.
Factory inspector. HPL Innsmouth 308.
Of Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 119.
A star or constellation? AWD Lurker 106.
HPL Call 140 (was 130?).
by (M. R.?) James. AWD OutThere Geoffrey Malvern was carrying a copy when he went to visit Hydestall Cathedral.
Providence. AWD Brotherhood 351.
Author, De Re Rustica. FBL Hills 291.
Cats of the Waking World
Cats may have an unusual sensitivity to the supernatural. Thus, the cat "Nigger-Man" showed signs of alertness and anxiety shortly after moving into Exham Priory. The other cats in the household were affected similarly. When Delapore heard the sounds of rats in the walls, Nigger-Man reacted as if rodents were present in the room. [HPL Rats 32-40]
The town of Innsmouth was marked by a complete absence of cats and dogs [Innsmouth 326].
Cats of the Dreamlands
In Ulthar, according to an ancient and significant law, no man may kill a cat. The law arose after an incident involving an old cotter and his wife, who were fond of torturing and killing cats. After they killed a kitten belonging to dark wanderers from the South, one of the wanderers raised his arms to the sky and prayed in an unkown tongue. Thereafter, all the cats of Ulthar began circling the home of the cotter and his wife. When the villagers next looked in on the cotters, their bones had been picked clean of flesh. [Cats 55-58].
It was the priest Barzai who advised the burgesses of Ulthar to pass their law against killing cats. Barzai also told Atal where the black cats go on St. John's Eve. [Other 128]
Randolph Carter visited Ulthar about 300 years after this incident; for Atal, who had been a small boy when the law was passed, was fully three centuries old when Carter met him [Cats 58; Kadath 311].
The neighborhood of Ulthar is notable for the presence of many cats. The cats of Ulthar slew a party of zoogs that had followed Carter to the town, because one of the zoogs sought to eat a kitten. [Kadath 314] Later, Carter informed the cats of the zoogs' plans for revenge. The cats launched a pre-emptive strike, and secured the surrender of the zoogs, along with twelve young zoogs of noble families to keep as hostages, and an annual trible of grouse, quail, and pheasants. [345-347]
The cats of the dreamlands leap from rooftops up into the sky at night and visit the dark side of the moon [314, 322]. When Carter was held prisoner on the moon's dark side by the moon-things, an army of cats rescued him and slew his captors. Carter was able to converse with them in the soft language of cats. [322-324] The old cat-general of Ulthar taught Carter passwords and introductions he could use when meeting other cats .
The only enemy feared by earth's cats are the very large and peculiar cats from Saturn, who are allied to the moon-things. 
In Thran, Carter spoke gravely to the venerable cat at the inn where he stayed . In Celephais, an old Maltese, the chief of Celephais' cats, told Carter much of the secret lore known to cats on the seaward slopes of Ooth-Nargai, and also told Carter where to find Kuranes [347-348, 353].
Cats avoid Inganok, and the ships that go there, because Inganok holds shadows that no cat can endure, and a brooding hint of outer space which cats do not like . The men of Inganok are sorry that no cats will stay there, and blame it on the hidden nearness of Leng .
RB Brood 89, 94-95, 100.
Home of Joe Slater and Peter Slater [HPL Sleep 26, 30, 33].
HPL Man 209.
REH House 117.
HPL Rats 37.
HPL Mist 278-279.
HPL Kadath 307, 338-339.
Beneath Mt. Voormithadreth, Hyperborea. CAS Seven 60, 62, 65.
REH People 152, 161.
Synonym for: Dagon's Cave.
In an unknown city. RB Demon 68.
A star in the Pleiades star cluster, in the constellation Taurus. In the Pleiades it lies between Alcyonne and Electra on one side, and Maia and Taygeta on the other [AWD Curwen 46].
The Great Library
There is a library on Celaeno [AWD Island 197-198]. It is not clear how a library could be located "on" a star. It is possible that Laban Shrewsbury and his companions used the term "Celaeno" as a shorthand for a planet that orbits Celaeno.
The library on Celeano is of carved granite, with columns and tables of colossal size. The shelves hold gigantic books with hieroglyphs on their spines. The walls are made of rows of stacked blocks that are convex on top and concave on the bottom. Carvings appear on the walls. [AWD Gorge description (118)]
The hieroglyphs and books there were stolen from the Elder Gods by the Great Old Ones. Some were stolen at the time of their revolt from the Elder Gods, while others were stolen later on. [AWD Curwen 43; Sky 69]
Laban Shrewsbury, Andrew Phelan, Abel Keane, Claiborne Boyd, and Nayland Colum all spent periods of time in exile on Celaeno. Shrewsbury spent a full twenty years there after his initial disappearance. [AWD Curwen 43; Gorge (118); Island 197-198 ; Keeper 144, 160; Sky 54, 67]
To travel to Celaeno, Shrewsbury and his companions first drank a special golden mead and recited an invocation to Hastur. This summoned the bat-winged byakhee, who transported them to the Nameless City in Arabia. There, they left their bodies in hibernation while their astral selves traveled to Celaeno. It is not clear how their astral selves were transported to Celaeno, though this may also have involved using the byakhee. [AWD Curwen 44; Sky 86, 93]
Hastur and the Hyades
Claiborne Boyd and Abel Keane each mistakenly believed that Celaeno is in the Hyades, which is another star cluster in the constellation Taurus. Boyd jumped to this conclusion after reading a reference to a dark star in the Hyades in the R'lyeh Text ; since Boyd had recently heard of Celaeno, he made the leap of connecting the two. [AWD Sky 59] Abel Keane had a vision of Laban Shrewsbury, in which he was supposedly told that Celaeno is "a place far removed from our universe—Celaeno in the Hyades" [AWD Gorge 132]. This lapse can perhaps be explained if you suppose that Shrewsbury referred to Celaeno and the Pleiades as being somehow related to the Hyades, which is the realm of Hastur. Together with the use of Hastur's byakhee for transport, these factors seem to imply that Celaeno is controlled by servants of Hastur.
Presumably it was these followers of Hastur who tortured Shrewsbury when he first arrived on Celaeno, because he did not have a star-stone for protection [AWD Curwen 44].
A book that is sometimes found in the libraries of occultists. From the title, it may have some connection to the library on Celaeno. See: Celaeno.
Laban Shrewsbury said that the Celaeno Fragments was one of the sources of the Cthulhu Mythos [AWD Island 180].
Shrewsbury had a sealed folio of the Celaeno Fragments which he sent Andrew Phelan to donate to the Miskatonic University Library [AWD Curwen 41]. Later, Abel Keane saw Shrewsbury's folio of the Celaeno Fragments at Miskatonic University library, but did not have time to open it [AWD Sky 59].
Claiborne Boyd found passages from the Celaeno Fragments among the papers of Asaph Gilman [AWD Gorge 109] Prof. Vibarro Andros loaned Claiborne Boyd a transcript of the Celaeno Fragments [AWD Gorge 126].
The Gable Window narrator found a copy in the house of his late cousin, Wilbur Akeley [AWD Gable 206].
Winfield Phillips borrowed either an original copy or a photostat from Prof. Seneca Lapham. It probably was borrowed or copied from the Miskatonic University library. [AWD Lurker 134]
Amos Piper consulted a copy while possessed by a member of the Great Race [AWD Space 234]
AWD Beyond2 stars not right for Hastur 170.
Incl: Alcyone; Aldebaran; Algol; Antares; Arcturus; Betelgeuse; Canopus; Capella; Carcosa; Castor; Celaeno; Cygnus; Dog-Star; Electra; Fomalhaut; Glyu-Vho; Great Bear; Hyades; Jupiter; Hali, Lake of; Leo; Maia; Mars; Milky Way; Moon; Nova Persei; Orion; Pleides; Pluto; Pollux; Rigel; Saturn; Sirius; Southern Cross; Sun; Taurus; Taygeta; Vega; Venus; Vhoorl; Yuggoth
Of Britain. HPL Rats 44.
RB Brood Celtic myths 89.
RB Brood 97.
Home of Azathoth. HK Hydra 139.
REH Roof 6, 10.
Partridgeville. FBL Hounds 84-85.
HPL Winged 242.
Incl. De Witt, Ian.
Providence; a police station. RB Steeple 215.
Ships from there ply the Arctic islands in Hyperborean times. CAS Coming 67, flower-girdled 74.
REH Children 150.
HPL Electric 68.
Of Manitoba. CAS Offspring 10, 12.
Of Manitoba. CAS Offspring (8-9), 10, (11-17), 18, (19), 20, (21-25).
HPL Aeons Ghatanothoa cult had penetrated Chaldea 276.
RB Opener 159.
Of Darwich University. RAL Abyss 286, 290.
Of Arkham. RB Creeper 107.
Rumors of the Necronomicon are said to have inspired Chamber's early work The King in Yellow (HPL History 53).
Of Pringle Street, Arkham. RB Creeper 107.
Boston. Where Randolph Carter lived as Zkauba. HPL Gates 452.
A ship. AWD Curwen 15.
HPL Man 208, Osborne E. 212.
London. HPL Descendant 360.
Arkham. HPL Herbert 135-136.
Near Arkham. HPL Colour 60, 78.
An indian. HPL Mound 117, 119-123, (125), 130, 137-138.
London. HPL Museum 237.
RB Philtre 293-294.
AWD Survivor 161.
Incl: Balacz family.
In or near Boston. HPL Case 163.
A constellation. HPL Kadath 357.
Benefit Street, Providence. AWD Survivor 148-150, (151), 152.
Of Bayonne, Paris, Pondicherry, Providence, and Quebec. AWD Survivor 150-165, 167.
HPL Pickman 24.
HPL Kadath 340.
HK Salem 258.
HK Salem 258, 260.
See: Faussesflammes, Chateau.
HPL Celephais 88.
The elephant-headed god of the desert plateau of Tsang [FBL Hills 242, 247]. Its cave was guarded day and night by hideous yellow abnormalities: subhuman worshippers without faces [243, 248]. Its guardians often disappeared during the night, leaving only their clothes, with certain ghastly traces .
Chaugnar has a chubby, anthropoid body and an elephant-like head. The ears are webbed and tentacled, and the trunk ends in a large flat disk. It sits upright with hands folded on its lap, exuding a Buddha-like calm together with the malignancy of a gorgon. [244-245] It has stumpy legs and leaves phosphorescent tracks .
From its stillness and stone-like material, it appears to be a statue, but it awakens to drink the blood of its devotees. [244-245] Without blood to feast on, Chaugnar suffers torments that no man could endure .
Thousands of years ago, when Chaugnar dwelt in a cave in the Pyrenees, he created a race of small, dark, human-like beings to serve him . Chaugnar sent its servants forth to collect youths and maidens, who were preserved in spices and stored in the cave until Chaugnar had need of them. 
Chaugnar had brothers who also lived in the Pyrenees. Chaugnar and they conversed by means of thought-transference. After the arrival of the Roman legions, Chaugnar decided to move to Asia, but his brothers decided to remain. Then Chaugnar cursed his brothers, proclaiming that when the time frames are dissolved, he alone will arise to glory, and he will consume his brothers. 
In modern times, the high priest Chung Ga said that Chaugnar's brothers would destroy Clark Ulman if he attempted to dispose of the god. This makes it sounds like Chaugnar's brothers are still allied to him in some way .
Roger Little speculated that Chaugnar and its brothers are incarnate manifestations of a single hyperdimensional entity or principal .
The Prophecy of Mu Sang
After deciding to leave the Pyrenees, Chaugnar called for servants and had them carry him to the plateau of Tsang. He caused the prophet Mu Sang to be born from the womb of an ape. Mu Sang prophecied that someday Chaugnar would be carried forth into the world by the White Acoloyte, and that It would devour all things, even its own Brothers, and fill space with its Oneness. [246-248, 255-256]
In modern times, Clark Ulman persuaded Chung Ga that he was the White Acolyte of the prophecy who would carry Chaugnar forth into the world. Chaugnar fed on Ulman's blood during the trip to America, causing Ulman to become terribly disfigured. [248-252] After Ulman died, a loathsome greenish trunk on his face continued to wave about for hours .
Escape from New York
Chaugnar was placed on display in the Manhattan Museum of Fine Arts [240, 265]. Chaugnar killed a museum guard named Cinney during the night, leaving him blackened and shrunken, with his face eaten off [266-268]. Later, Chaugnar disappeared from the museum . Shortly after, several violent deaths were reported in midtown Manhattan . Then Chaugnar proceeded to the Jersey coast and perpetrated a massacre near Asbury Park . Roger Little, Henry Imbert, and Algernon Harris pursued Chaugnar along the Jersey shoreline and destroyed him with an entropy-reversing beam, which reduced Chaugnar to the slime from which he was originally formed [308-313]. Thus the prophecy of Mu Sang was thwarted.
Rampage in the Pyrenees
Shortly after Chaugnar's arrival in New York, his brothers in the Pyrenees emerged and massacred fifteen peasants, leaving their bodies drained of blood . The Brooklyn Standard rushed out a sensational morning extra to report it . When Chaugnar perished, his brothers did also, leaving pools of black slime in the snow [314-315].
According to Chung Ga, Chaugnar is a great god, utterly cosmic and unanthropormophic, with no regard for our ideas of good and evil. "Before it incarnated itself in time, it contained within itself the past, the present, and the future." 
According to Roger Little, Chaugnar and its brothers are incarnate manifestations of a single hyperdimensional entity or principal [296, 315]. Little believed that Chaugnar is not truly a god, but a limited being, the spawn of remote worlds and unholy dimensions .
In the poem When Chaugnar Wakes, Chaugnar Faugn is said to live on a planet beyond the edge of space, within a glowing cone. It drinks dark nurture through its ropy arms from lava-pools. Its face is marked by hate and fury. When Chaugnar wakes, it will venture forth to other stars and planets, including perhaps Earth [FBL Chaugnar 49-50]. Possibly the poem is describing a scene from the distant past, before Chaugnar first came here.
Rogers' Museum included a figure of proboscidian Chaugnar Faugn [HPL Museum 216].
FBL Hills 246, 254-255.
FBL Hills 254.
See also: miri nigri.
RB Grinning 51, (52-55), 56-59.
AWD Curwen 10.
Providence. HPL Case 123.
Of Providence. HPL Case 120, 122, "Parson"? 152.
Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 119.
Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 117.
Wisconsin. AWD Dweller 116.
Author, "Lepanto." RB Kiss 38.
Maine. A town. HPL Doorstep 287, 293-294.
RB Brood 99-100.
Synonym for: Bubastis.
AM White2 125.
AWD Lurker 134.
Illinois. HPL Gates 424.
AWD Depths 225, 236.
RB Steeple 212, 220-221, 223.
AWD Lurker 138.
AWD Depths 229.
HPL Electric 68.
HPL Electric 63.
By Earl Hines. DWR Music improvisation, reminiscent of music of the stars 297.
HPL Gates only in old versions of story; replaced by reference to Winged Ones in corrected Arkham edition.
Synonym for: Little People.
HPL Aeons Eridanus bound for Chile 265.
RB Brood 97.
RB Sorceror 155.
REH Bear 36.
HPL Call 140-141.
HPL Diary 313, 320.
Area, N.Y. HPL Diary 304-305, in walking distance from Attica (306), villagers (311), (320).
AWD Whippoorwills 70-71.
FBL Gateway 7.
Of Arkham. HPL WitchHouse 271, 276, 284, 293, 295.
AWD Gorge 130.
Philadelphia. HPL Case 138.
Arkham. HPL Herbert 135, 138, 142.
HPL Mound 136.
Providence. HPL Case 115, 165.
AWD Seal 162.
Synonym for: Yuletide.
By Rudolf Yergler. DWR Music Frank Baldwyn referred to passages when composing music of the stars 294; copy burned after Baldwyn's death 299.
Synonym for: Chronike von Nath
RB Satan 5.
By Rudolf Yergler. DWR Music finished in 1653, public suppression, modified by translator James Sheffield, found by Rambeau in Spokane bookshop 294; translation not very clear, read by Lancaster in Providence, infinitely more terrible than translation 297.
Aka: Chronicle of Nath
See: Appendix: Notes on Chronology.
High priest of Chaugnar Faugn. FBL Hills 248, 252.
RFS Mists 25-28.
Of Battle Creek, Michigan. AWD Lurker 138.
HPL WitchHouse 274.
AWD Attic 311.
Innsmouth. HPL Innsmouth 325.
HPL Mound 116.
On the Pecos. HPL Mound 116.
Of Boston; foreman. AWD Peabody 190.
HPL Time 396.
HK Invaders 73.
HPL Aeons A Cingalese attempted to get at T'yog mummy by tampering with the lock of the case 280.
Museum guard killed by Chaugnar Faugn. FBL Hills 266.
Kingsport. HPL Festival, 210.
Sidney. HPL Call 148.
Providence. HPL Case 112, 159-160.
REH Fire 32.
Synonym for: Kara-Shehr.
REH Fire 32.
Synonym for: Kara-Shehr.
AWD Whippoorwills 47.
HPL Herbert 156-157, 160, 162.
London. HPL Descendant 360.
HPL Test 16-39, 41-53, (54), 55-60.
HPL Test gentle mother of Alfred 39.
HPL Test (16), 17, 19-20, 25, 28-31, 35-52, 57-60.
HPL Test 17-18.
HPL Picture 121, 123.
RFS Casket 11-14.
In or near Arkham. HPL Colour 61-62.
Providence. HPL Case 123.
Innsmouth store owner. AWD Seal 153.
Virginia. FL Terror2 295.
REH Fire 29-30, 32-49, 52-56.
Of England. HPL Rats 31.
Clavis Philosophiae et Alchymiae (1632), by Robert Fludd. The work discussed alchemy as a spiritual path, and attempted to defend the Rosicrucian brotherhood from its Catholic critics. In 1632, the whole edition of the work was destroyed in Frankfurt by the militia; but the work was reprinted the following year.
Joseph Curwen had a copy in his collection [HPL Case 121].
Ambrose Dewart found a copy at Billington House [AWD Lurker 16].
Further reading: Robert Fludd: A Picture in Need of Expansion by Ron Heisler, at www.levity.com; Problems of Mysticism, by Herbert Silberer, at www.aiwaz.net; Fludd, Robert at matemius.free.fr.; Language of the Birds at www.occultopedia.com.
HPL Mound 104-105.
Doctor to Avis Long. RB Unspeakable 165, 168-177.
REH Children 149, 152-153, 160.
CAS Holiness 122-123, 138, 141.
Of Richmond, Virginia. REH Roof 5.
Ohio. HPL Innsmouth 363-364.
A monk, author of Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus. AWD Depths Confessions of 236, 239-240, 244, 247; OutThere Supposed to have been somewhat deranged. Lived at Hydestall Cathedral. Set free Something From Out There and was banished by St. Augustine to Rome; Passing Monk who lived on the English coast. Author, Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus. Wrote of a beast that a wise man could send against his enemies. Served under bishop Augustine.
HPL Gates 421, 425, 427, 434, 446, 455-458.
HPL Medusa 189-190.
AWD Gorge 109.
Synonym for: Cthulhu.
Poetry magazine edited by Clemants. REH Children 152.
Of Lynwold. AWD OutThere Albert, son of Jibber, along with the sons of Henry Kopps, got lost in the caves under the priory near Malvern-by-the-Sea and found the body of Old Cramton.
HPL Winged megalithic ruins in Uganda were said to have been an outpost of the evil god Clulu 247.
Synonym for: Cthulhu.
Of Providence. AWD Survivor 155-156.
HPL Diary 304.
HPL Case 138.
Of Monk's Hollow. HK Frog 106.
Phrase in incantation. HPL Case 170.
RB Sebek 118.
Of Darwich University. RAL Abyss 286-290.
Location in another dimension. HK Hydra 140.
Manitoba. AWD Ithaqua 105-108, 110-112, 115-116.
Near Dunwich. HPL Dunwich 166, 177-181, 188.
Of Dunwich. AWD Middle, farm north of Dunwich 368.
Race(s?) of beetles immediately following mankind. HPL Time 395.
See also: beetle civilization.
AWD Lurker 76.
HPL Haunter 93.
RB Steeple 212, 215.
JVS Snouted 27.
HPL Call 146.
France. RB Shambler De Vermis Mysteriis printed there 181.
Providence. HPL Case 114, 123.
A life-form in distant space. HPL Kadath 356.
DW Lady 105.
Of London. Author, The Watchers on the Other Side. AWD Island (177), 178, 206; Keeper (narrator) 137, flat in Soho 138, 139-140, 142-144, evidently over 30 145, 148, 155-156, 159-160, 162, 165, 170, 173.
HPL Test 53, 56.
RAL Settlers In 1930-31, Will Richards and Dave Fenner were fraternity brothers there 24 & 30-31.
AWD Island 181.
HPL Innsmouth 329.
Synonym for: Columbia.
Constellation. HPL Medusa 171.
Circa 135 million years ago. HPL Mountains 16-19, 33, 52, 71.
By Mycroft. RB Mannikin 75.
A place with a bar, Arkham. HPL Herbert 141.
DW Lady 105.
HPL Gates 434-435.
HPL Mound 99, 102, 105-107, 110, 114, 156-157.
(Not Conan of Cimmeria.) Earlier incarnation of John O'Brien. REH People 149, (150-160), 161-164, 167-168.
(Providence?) bay. HPL Case 193, 231.
Massachusetts. HPL Whisperer enroute Waltham to Ayer 244.
AWD Watchers 385.
By Clithanus. Originally published in Rome. Soames Hemery found a copy. Includes an account of St. Augustine visiting Hydestall Cathedral when Clithanus set free the creature Something from Out There. Augustine banished Clithanus to Rome and succeeded in imprisoning the creature with a star-stone, on which he wrote a Latin inscription. [AWD OutThere]
Purchased by Eric Holm from Sanderton and Harker. Includes a formula to invoke a spawn of Cthulhu, another formula to send it back to the sea, and yet another to send it back upon the person who first invoked it.[AWD Passing]
REH Bear 36.
A race that peopled earth about a billion years ago [HPL Time 389]. They belonged to no surviving, or scientifically known, line of terrestrial evolution . Their minds were displaced by the minds of the Great Race from the planet Yith about 600 million years ago [400-401]. See: Great Race.
AWD Brotherhood, description (340), tending great cubes 340-342, 344, (350).
Providence. HPL Case 113.
Of Falcon Point. AWD Fisherman 289-293.
Incl: Nyangwe (possibly).
HPL Dunwich 158.
AWD Watchers 401.
Incl: Hoadley, Rev. Abijah.
HPL Innsmouth 318, 350.
HPL Case 118.
HPL Unnameable 201.
Central Hill, Kingsport. HPL Silver 416.
HPL Case 145, 165.
Enroute Greenfield to Brattleboro, after Northfield. (page and story ref. lost)
REH House 113, (114), 115-124, (125-129), 130.
Synonym for: Conrad, John?
Aka: Conrad, James?
Play by Steele. HPL Case 188.
Manitoba area; Royal Northwest Mounted Police. AWD Ithaqua 116.
RB Hell 22, 30, 40, 43-47, 49-50, 54, 56, 71.
Boston. HPL Pickman 17.
AWD Seal 158.
Incl: Fisherman's God.
Library in Boston. HPL Case 159.
North End of Boston. HPL Pickman 15, 20.
HPL Pickman 18.
Period, Egypt. HPL Aeons Cabot Museum includes mummies from Coptic period 266.
Trapeze artist at the Stellar Brothers Circus [RB Elephant 46-51].
HPL Diary 306, 322.
HPL Dunwich 177, 191.
Of Paris, and of Innsmouth area; sculptor of Rima, the Bird Girl, and of Sea-Goddess. AWD Clay 371-381.
(Harrop's?) Pocket. AWD Whippoorwills 38, 44, 57, cows 58-59, Jethro 59, cows 67.
Of Dunwich. AWD Shuttered 274.
Wife of George Corey. HPL Dunwich 177, 189.
Of Vienna, Boston, and Arkham. AWD Space 229, (230-242), 247.
HPL Dunwich 193.
AWD Lurker 48-49, 52, 100, 127, 140.
Of Dunwich. AWD Lurker 99-100.
Britain. HPL Rats 30.
Incl: Kent, Malcolm.
HPL Mound 98, 113-114, 116-117, 119, 138.
HPL Time 395.
HPL Test 56.
Ship. AWD Seal 158, 167.
AWD Lamp, levels of being in other time continua, older than earth itself, tracing back through the Ancient Ones to Hali in the start and even beyond 254.
HH Guardian hints about origin and destination of cosmos 293, good vs. evil 296, evil thought in the mind of a Thing in Darkness created the world 299.
FBL Hounds time 76, deed before time 81-82, angles and angular time 80-83 & 85, curves and curved time 80 & 82-83.
CAS Ubbo great circle of time 48.
Of Ulthar. HPL Cats given to trapping and slaying cats 55-56, found dead after the prayers of Menes bring revenge for the cats 58.
's hill church, Providence. HPL Case 123.
Of Lynwold; a schoolmaster. AWD OutThere Found Geoffrey Malvern in the priory near Malvern-by-the-Sea estate, and discussed the star-stone with him.
Of the zoogs. HPL Kadath 309.
Salem. HPL Case 150.
Providence. HPL Case 126.
Of Wisconsin. AWD Dweller (123), 124-125.
California. HK Bells 81.
Of Lynwold. AWD OutThere A solitary fisherman who lived in a hut near Lynwold. Was killed by Something from Out There. Body was found under priory near Malvern-by-the-Sea, icy cold and crushed.
HC Death (narrator) 360, 362, 364, 367.
Near Providence/Pawtuxet. HPL Case 178.
Dunwich area. AWD Middle 361.
A Providence family. HPL Case 122, 126.
Oklahoma. HPL Yig 85.
Of Arkham; related to ghouls? RB Creeper invoked by Jonathon Dark (108), long nails or claws, wheezing laughter, victim moans for long after commencement of attack (110).
HPL Gates 424, 457.
RB Sebek Creole district, New Orleans 116.
AWD Gorge 97-98, 102, 112, 118.
Transylvania. AWD Gorge 98.
135 million to 65 million years ago. HPL Mountains 17, 22, 53, 60, 69.
AWD Keeper 148.
See: Old Ones (1)
HPL Museum 215.
RB Mummy 286.
See also: Sebek.
HPL Medusa with three legs and a dorsal row of tentacles 193.
AWD Keeper 154.
Synonym for: Nameless City denizens.
HPL Medusa 190.
RB Sebek 121, 125-129.
Genus of saurians. AWD Survivor 152, 162.
God of the Irish. REH People 161.
15,000 BC. HPL Time 396.
FL Terror2 chants of 285.
Providence. HPL Case 156.
RB Satan 15.
FBL Eaters 88, (107), 108, 110, 112, 114.
HPL Kadath 368.
Providence. HPL Case 188.
An old house on the outskirts of Arkham, High Street, home of Edward and Asenath Derby. HPL Doorstep 282-285, 292, 298*, 299.
RB Satan 18.
AWD Curwen 33.
RB Notebook 233.
Keziah Mazon recoiled in panic when Walter Gilman showed his crucifix to her. [HPL WitchHouse 292]
RB Hell 30, 57-58, 68.
RB Fane 142.
RB Hell 30.
HK Salem 264-265.
JVS Snouted 25.
By Falconer. HPL Dunwich 183.
See also: Flame Creatures of Cthugha.
An alien being, said to be the priest of the Great Old Ones [HPL Call 139]. Cthulhu preserved the Great Old Ones with spells, so they can survive until the stars are "right" again .
Cthulhu is of vaguely anthropoid outline, with a scaly, rubbery-looking, green, sticky, bloated body. The head is octopus-like, the face covered with tentacles or feelers. There are prodigious claws on the hind and fore feet. Two long, thin, rudimentary wings rise behind [127, 134, 152]. In a dream, Cthulhu appeared to be "miles high"  and was later compared to a "mountain" in size . It is not clear whether Cthulhu resembles the other Great Old Ones, for "none might say whether the others were precisely like him" .
Deathless Chinamen and Naked Savages
The Great Old Ones have the ability to communicate telepathically with humans, and in ancient times inspired a cult of human worshippers by revealing the location of various small carved idols that had been brought from the stars [139-140]. But this communication ended when R'lyeh sank beneath the ocean, for thought cannot pass through the deep waters . The cult exists hidden in distant wastes and dark places all over the world . The cult has been observed among a singular tribe of Esquimaux on the West Greenland coast  as well as among a mob of mix-blooded West Indians, mulattos and negros in a swamp south of New Orleans . There are undying leaders of the cult in the mountains of China . When the stars come right again, the secret priests of the cult will take Cthulhu from His tomb to revive His subjects and resume His rule of Earth .
The most detailed account of the cult worship comes from Inspector Legrasse, who raided a ritual in a Louisiana swamp on November 1, 1907. Naked worshippers danced counterclockwise in a circle around a bonfire with a pillar surmounted by a small carving of Cthulhu . The cultists erected ten scaffolds where they hung victims head down ; the victims were slain by Black Winged Ones from a haunted wood . The ritual may also have been witnessed by a monstrous white bulk with shining eyes in the distance .
A Brief Resurgence
In the spring of 1925, there was a brief period of increased psychic influence on the part of Cthulhu or the Great Old Ones generally:
Among the events in this period, it is not at all clear why R'lyeh rose or sank again; whether through random geologic processes, or because the stars were nearly "right," or as a result of ritual activities on the part of the cultists. Also, given that R'lyeh sank again, it is not explained why Cthulhu went down with it, since he had already escaped from His lair and shown His ability to swim.
Abdul Alhazred was a worshipper of both Cthulhu and Yog-Sothoth [History 51]. Alhazred wrote that Cthulhu is a cousin of those "Old Ones" associated with Yog-Sothoth, but can spy them only dimly [Dunwich 170]. The Necronomicon hints of the Cthulhu and Yog-Sothoth myth cycles, which antedate the coming of man to the earth Prehuman [Whisperer 219]. Cthulhu seeped down from the stars when the earth was still half-formed [Mound115].
There seems to be a strong alliance between Cthulhu and the Deep Ones. Thus, while discussing the beliefs of the Esoteric Order of Dagon at Innsmouth, Zadok Allen quoted the invocation to Cthulhu: Ph'nglui mglw'nafh , etc. [Innsmouth 337]. The Innsmouth narrator dreamed that the Deep Ones will someday rise again to give the tribute Cthulhu craves . As he contemplated his change into a Deep One, the Innsmouth narrator wrote praises to Cthulhu and R'lyeh .
The Outer Ones were also linked to Cthulhu. Folklore researcher Henry Akeley wrote of Cthulhu in a letter to Wilmarth [Whisperer 223]. Cthulhu was among the entities praised during a May-Eve ritual in a Vermont cave, performed by an Outer One and a human . The being impersonating Henry Akeley said that the Outer Ones arrived on Earth long before the fabulous epoch of Cthulhu was over, and remember R'lyeh when it was above the waters . This being also told Wilmarth from whence Cthulhu first came .
The Children of Tulu
The Old Ones of K'n-yan worshipped an octopoid being named Tulu; the Mound narrator identified this being with folklore of monstrous and unmentioned Cthulhu, who seeped down from the stars while the earth was still half-formed [Mound114]. Heaton referred to the Old Ones as the children of Tulu . Capt. George Lawton babbled of Great Tulu after visiting K'n-yan . Grey Eagle's protective talisman included a design of a kind of octopoid monster . Charging Buffalo said that the Old Ones worshipped Yig and Tulu . Inside the passageway leading to K'n-yan, Zamacona observed carvings of Yig and Tulu . Zamacona stumbled on a temple with a statue of an octopus-headed abnormality [126-128]; the temples of Cthulhu were the most richly constructed objects in all K'n-yan . These temples were surrounded by embowering groves . Zamacona watched the subtle orgiastic rites at such temples with fascinated repulsion .
The Old Ones of K'n-yan traditionally believed that Tulu first brought them to this planet, along with the Tulu metal . By Zamacona's time, the Old Ones were not sure of the historical truth of these legends, but still referenced Tulu for aesthetic reasons [131, 136]. Great Tulu was regarded as a spirit of universal harmony . The Old Ones believed that the wrath of space-devils had lead to the submergence of the gods, including Tulu .
Zamacona's dreams of the abyss of N'kai shocked the leaders of Yig and Tulu worship . Zamacona observed statues to Yig and Tulu in a tunnel leading up to the outer world ; later, the Mound narrator also viewed them [160, 162-163].
Megalithic ruins in Uganda were said to have been an outpost of the evil god Clulu [HPL Winged 247].
Rogers Museum included a statue of many-tentacled Cthulhu [Museum 216]. Stephen Jones fancied that the long facial tentacles of the Cthulhu statue seemed to sway .
Marceline Bedard played a part in a frightful secret from the days of Cthulhu and the Elder Ones [Medusa187].
The specimens of the crinoid Old Ones of Antarctica reminded Lake of folkloric things spoken of by Wilmarth, such as Cthulhu cult appendages [Mountains 22]. The city of the Old Ones reminded Dyer of primal myths such as the Cthulhu cult .
AWD Beyond2 primordial beast living deep in sea 160, Josiah Alwyn speculates that Leander may have contacted C. 164, leads forces of the Earth's waters 165, cult of Cthulhu exists in Innsmouth 171; Curwen Cthulhu-like being in South American lake (9-10), name Shooloo applied to creature in Lake 10; water-being C., whose worship continues into the present 13; lake is a door to C. at certain times 18; hints in Necronomicon and R'lyeh Text that C.'s return is near 20; C. shall rise from R'lyeh 21; resembles Devourer of Quechua-Ayers mythology 30; Deep Ones are followers, C. is half-brother of Hastur 31; sleeping in R'lyeh 35; star-stones placed by Elder Gods when C. was imprisoned 37; oozes out of door in R'lyeh, reforms after being blown up by Shrewsbury (38-39); Shrewsbury on trail of C., intent on closing all avenues to the Outside 45; Dweller 127, 131-133, 137; Gable 207, 209; Gorge 101, statue described (101), C. (102), sea origin 108, 109, C. (110-111), 116-117, 121, 125-126, body-servants of 127, 131-132; Depths 235; Island 179, master of waters 180, 181, 185-187, 189, of Ancient Ones only Cthulhu lies forever sleeping 195, 196-198, described 199, described 208-209, 211-212; Ithaqua 114; Keeper 140-141, 148-150, 163, 170; Lair 125-126; Lamp 254-255; Lurker (51), 82, circumstances of imprisonment (83), 84, (92), bas-relief (114), (116-117, 121), 124-125, 133, 139; Middle 359; OutThere Described by St. Augustine as "Mad Cthulhu, who dared return from R'lyeh." Followers include Something from Out There; Hastur Great Cthulhu 12, Water Being 12, 13-14, 20-21, 26-27; Sandwin 100-101, 104, water elemental leader 105, 106; Seal (158), 159-164, 166, 176, 179; Sky 59, 68, superior beings serving 68, 69-70, statue 77 & 80, 81, 86, 88, 91, frog-like servant with tentacles 93; Space 239; Shuttered 277, 288; Survivor 159, 162; Valley 126-127, 134, described? 142, 145, described? 147; Whippoorwills 50; Who monograph by Solar Pons; Wind in delerium, Allison Wentworth spoke of Cthulhu slumbering beneath the sea, waiting to rise and destroy the world. Dr. Jamison gave Robert Norris several old magazines containing stories by H. P. Lovecraft about Cthulhu; Witches 301; Wood subhuman piping attendants 77, 84-85.
CJ Acquarium 306.
FL Terror2 288, 291, 301, Cthulhu's wasps 302, minions 308, 310, 311-312.
FBL Awakening 110-111.
RFS Warder 159.
JVS Dead (30), 34, 37.
DW Lady 105.
Aka: Clooloo; Clulu; Cthulhutl; Cutlu; Fisherman's God; Great Old One; Him Who Lies Dreaming; Him Who Will Rise Again; Kathuln; Kthulhu; Kthulhut; Kulu; Kutullu; Thooloo; Tulu; octopus-like entities?.
AWD OutThere One of Geoffrey Malvern's friends found parallels to occult truth "in the fiction of certain British and American writers."
A land race of beings shaped like octopi, who filtered down to earth from remote gulfs of interstellar space. They were composed of matter widely different from what we know, and were able to undergo transformations and reintegrations. They fought a monstrous war against the crinoid Old Ones who were already present on earth. Eventually peace was made; the Cthulhu spawn retained the lands recently risen from the South Pacific, while the remains of their Antarctic cities were obliterated by the Old Ones. This Pacific landmass included the city of R'lyeh, and it was the Cthulhu spawn who brought the R'lyehian language to earth [HPL Gates 452]. Later, the lands of the Pacific suddenly sank, and obliterated all the Cthulhu spawn. [Mountains 66, 68].
The Cthulhu spawn should not be confused with the Deep Ones, another race with links to Cthulhu; for the Deep Ones have fishlike and froglike attributes rather than being octopoid, and live underwater, unlike the Cthulhu spawn who were land dwellers.
On the other hand, the Cthulhu spawn might be the same as the Great Old Ones, whose appearance is not known, and who lie in R'lyeh, protected and yet also trapped by Cthulhu's protective spells. See: Great Old Ones.
AWD Beyond2 water smells the sign of C. spawn 170; Depths 235-236, 240, 251-252; Passing formula for invoking in Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus; was invoked by Eric Holm and later killed him; left big, webbed, irregular footprints. In this context, same as Something from Out There.
RFS Warder 164.
Aka: Horror from the Depths.
HPL Electric 74, 77.
See: great cubes.
By Comte D'Erlette. A volume of occult lore, referred to variously as "terrible" or "ghastly." The nightmare arcana of Cultes des Ghoules are not conducive to a healthy state of mind [RB Demon 65].
There were at least two published editions, of which at least one was expurgated. Henricus Vanning had a copy of the original edition, with the covers protected by thin strips of glass [RB Sebek 123]; whereas the Grinning Ghoul narrator consulted the expurgated edition [RB Grinning 55].
According to the spurious catalog created by the forger Alastair White, an edition was published in 1737 at Rouen [AWD Six 125].
The Miskatonic University library has a copy, which cannot be checked out [AWD Lurker 134]. There may be a copy at the University of Lima, as a transcript was loaned to Claiborne Boyd by Prof. Vibarro Andros of that University [AWD Gorge 126].
Private Copies and Readers
Robert Blake found copy at the abandoned church of the Starry Wisdom sect; he had previously read the book himself [HPL Haunter 100].
Nathaniel Wingate Peaslee consulted a library copy while possessed by a mind of the Great Race, and wrote notes in the margin [HPL Time 374]. A copy was consulted by Amos Piper while he was similarly possessed by a Great Race mind [AWD Space 234].
James Allington had a copy in his study [RB Suicide 19].
Laban Shrewsbury also spoke to Andrew Phelan and Nayland Colum of Cultes des Ghoules [AWD Curwen 20; Keeper 141]. Shrewsbury told Horvath Blayne that the book is one of the sources of the Cthulhu Mythos [AWD Island 180].
Ambrose Dewart found a copy at Billington House [AWD Lurker 16].
The Gable Window narrator found a copy in Wilbur Akeley's collection [AWD Gable 206].
Amos Tuttle had a copy of Culte de Ghoules [sic] [AWD Hastur 2].
Marius Phillips found a copy that had been hidden by his late uncle, Sylvan Phillips [AWD Seal 160].
Alijah Atwood found one among Dr. Jean-FrancoisCharriere's books and papers [AWD Survivor 160].
Dan Harrop found a copy in the collection of his late cousin, Abel Harrop [AWD Whippoorwills 43]
Robert Blake searched fruitlessly for a copy in bookstores [RB Shambler 180].
HC Isle perilous treatise of whose missing portion only four copies are reputed to exist; Peter Mace has copy of missing portion in hut on Faikana 149.
See: Esoteric Order of Dagon.
See: Sussex Manuscript.
California. FL Terror2 270.
Of Hyperborea? CAS Tale jewels stolen by Satampra Zeiros and Tirouv Ompallios 3.
Of Providence. HPL Case assigned to investigate the desecration of the grave of Ezra Weeden 177.
Of Lynwold. AWD OutThere (narrator) Investigated the cause of Geoffrey Malvern's sudden loss of sanity. Together with Soames Hemery and Duncan Vernon, succeeded in reimprisoning the creature Something from Out There.
AWD GodBox 119-123.
HPL Case 127.
See: Potter, Ann Tillinghast.
(nee Tillinghast). Ancestor of Charles Dexter Ward. HPL Case 116, 125-127, 148.
HPL Case 110-112, 116-124, 126-133, 135-161, 167, 171, 174, 183, 185, 190, 192, Joseph C. 194, J.C> 195, 196-200, 202-205, 208, 211, 213-218, 220-221, 223-228, 230, 232-234.
Family, of Salem. HPL Case 120.
HPL Case 212, 215.
FL Terror2 dreams of 272, minions 281, dreams in Rulay 288, 291, 298, 306.
Terror 219, 227, 229, 235, 246, 248, 250, 251.
Incl: Terror of Cut-Throat Cove.
Evolutionary theorist. FBL Hills and Chaugnar Faugn 257.
HPL Rats 29, 43.
An armed schooner. HPL Case 133.
Stars. HPL Colour 78.
Name for Saturn in the tongue of Mhu Thulan. CAS Door 22-27, 30-32, 34-35, 40.
In architecture. HPL Rats 27.
HPL Terrible 272-274.
HPL WitchHouse 288.
HPL Case 164.
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