Miskatonic University. AWD Beyond2 176.
Painter. HPL Case 163.
HK Hunt the cradle of Buddhism 169.
Town in Transylvania. HPL Case 164, 196, 203, 223.
Of Spokane? DWR Music 293 (narrator), 297, 299.
H.M.S. Advocate. AWD Gorge 104-105, 107.
Boston. AWD Lurker 143.
A boat. HPL Innsmouth 329.
AWD Gorge 112.
FL Terror2 286.
Synonym for: Easter Island.
HPL Man 211.
Night-flying archaeopteryx, familiar of Ezdagor, on Mt. Voormithadreth in Hyperborea. CAS Seven (48-49), 50-59, 61-63, 65-66.
HC Isle 147, 161-162.
RB Sorceror 155, 161.
FBL Awakening 101-114.
FBL Awakening 101-114.
FBL Awakening 101-114.
HPL Rats 31, 33-38, 40, 42-45.
RB Grinning 57.
HK Salem 250-252, 255, 258.
HPL Pyramids 221.
HPL Pyramids the Horizon-Sun, ancient god of Heliopolis 220, image on breast of Sphinx 223.
A maid of Avis Long. RB Unspeakable 169, 171.
Providence. AWD Brotherhood 328.
The highest esoteric art that was never written or told [RB Hell 60].
REH Gods 216-217, 228-230, 232.
RB Faceless 36.
Of Providence. HPL Haunter 103.
London. HPL Museum 237.
London. HPL Museum 237.
Gangster, visitor to Arkham. RB Creeper 103-110, 112.
Salem. HPL Case 151.
By Pigafetta. HPL Picture 121.
A place in New England? HPL Case 118.
HPL Pickman 13-14, 17, 24.
HPL Kadath (306).
REH Ring 50 (later shown to be a mistaken example).
FBL Gateway "Uncle" and Thomas Granville reincarnations of Halpin Chalmers and Frank? 8-9.
HK Hunt 169.
CAS Ubbo regressing through memories of past incarnations? 53-54.
HPL Pyramids 219, 221, 223-228, features resemble those of Khephren the Great 231 & 238, 241.
HPL Medusa 187, 192.
AWD Survivor 160.
By Otto Dostman. REH Black 57.
HPL Man 207.
Providence. HPL Case 165.
Wife of Anton Fischer, mother of Georg Reuter Fischer. FL Terror2 270-271, (272-274, 280-282, 285-287).
Rose Morris's dog. HPL Man 210-211, 214.
Of Texas. REH Lost 66, 68.
Of Texas. REH Lost 64-65, 71.
Of Texas. REH Lost 64-67, 69-91.
Sunday feature writer for the sensationlistic Boston Pillar; sent to Cabot Museum to report on bodies from Chateau Faussesflammes, wrote about T'yog mummy instead. Rushed to Widener Library for a sight of the Necronomicon. HPL Aeons 269, (270).
An alien being that came from Yuggoth, where the cities are under the warm deep sea [HPL Museum 236]. It came to Earth and lived in an Arctic city three million years ago , before Lomar and before humanity, when the climate was warm. The ruins are in Alaska, up the Noatak river from Fort Morton. Rhan-Tegoth was resting dormant there on a carved ivory throne until George Rogers and Orabona brought it to London. 
Rhan-Tegoth is of great size, fully ten feet high even when crouching . It has six sinuous limbs ending in black paws with crab-like claws, and a round head with three eyes, and foot-long proboscis. Its body is almost entirely covered with a dense growth of slender tentacles, each ending in an asp-like mouth. The longest tentacles are on the head and below the proboscis, where they are marked with spiral stripes. [224-225, 240] It is amphibious , with a system of gills on its head . Rogers kept it in a tank of liquid . It made a baying or trumpeting noise, and had a horrible smell 
Rhan-Tegoth featured in certain obscure legends that Rogers had studied . Rogers awakened it with rites and blood sacrifices, including a dog [221-223]. Rhan-Tegoth's victims are crushed and flattened, seared as if with acid, and covered with innumerable circular wounds [223, 240, 241]. Rogers regarded it a god, with himself to be the first priest of its latter-day hierarchy [222, 225]. Rogers expected that it would grant him power in exchange for his sacrifices . Rogers was also afraid that Rhan-Tegoth would die if he did not continue to feed it, and believed that if it dies, the Old Ones can never come back. It is not clear which "Old Ones" are referred to here. However, the grouping may include Cthulhu  and Shub-Niggurath , who were mentioned in Roger's rantings.
Rogers believed that Rhan-Tegoth could not be affected by human protections such as pistols . However, after Rogers' death, Orabona somehow killed or otherwise neutralized Rhan-Tegoth. Orabona put the creature on display as a supposed waxwork. However, the authorities considered it too shocking and forced Orabona to stop displaying it. 
AWD Lurker 135.
A freighter. AWD Island 204.
AWD Survivor 149, 160.
HPL Case 126.
HPL Call 128.
Of London. A painter. CJ Acquarium 300-310.
Village, resort? HPL Case 175, 177, 179.
HPL Terrible 272-274.
HPL Colour 62.
HPL Dunwich 173-174, 184-187, description 193.
FL Terror2 309.
Kansas. HPL Mound 116.
RB Hell 26, 29-30.
Of Wallington. AWD Those 114, 117.
Of Stamford-Norwalk area, Connecticut. RAL Settlers High-school acquaintance of Clyde Cantrell, with whom he owned the Advertiser 17, fraternity brother of Dave Fenner at Columbia University in 1930-1931, graduated summa cum laude B.A. in Latin in same year 24, investigates Settler's Wall 17-36.
Who failed to get Chaugnar Faugn's statue. FBl Hills 243, his book 246, brewery 253.
Of H.M.S. Advocate. AWD Gorge 106.
HPL Diary 303.
Virginia. REH Roof 5.
Santa Rita. RB Terror 219.
HPL Yig 90.
A star. AWD Lair 124-125.
Second Station, Providence. HPL Case 169, 177, 229.
Statue by Jeffrey Corey. AWD Clay 371, 374.
HPL Medusa 175.
A city. HPL Kadath 358, 360.
HPL Electric 78.
HK Hunt 168.
REH Children 156, 162.
AWD Lurker 3, 23.
HPL Innsmouth 357.
Pawtuxet Valley. HPL Case 155.
An estate in Missouri. HPL Medusa (164-168), 169, 172, 199-200.
HPL Museum 215.
Equestrian director at the Stellar Brothers Circus. RB Elephant 47, 51.
An (the?) Outer One. CAS Coming 71-72, (73), 74-81.
AWD Island (183-184), 188, (198-199), 208, 211-212; Curwen 18, 21-22, 31, location 35, (37-39), 42; Dweller 133; Gable 207, 209; Gorge location 104, descr. 106, 126, 131; Depths 235; Keeper 141, 150, 163-164; Lair 126; Lamp 254; Lurker 61, 83-84, 124, 133-134; OutThere Lost undersea kingdom where one of the Ancient Ones was banished by the Elder Gods. Described as "ever damned" by Saint Augustine; Passing mentioned in Confessions of the Mad Monk Clithanus; Seal (158), 159, 161, 164-166, (177), location (179); Sky 59. 68, 81; Space 234; Valley 126-127, 134, 137, 147; Whippoorwills 43, 46-47; Wind Allison Wentworth spoke of it while raving of his year spent as a captive of Ithaqua; Wood under the Atlantic 77.
FL Terror2 288, 291, 311.
FBL Awakening 112.
DW Lady 105.
RFS Warder 164.
Incl: Black Island.
See also: Seal of R'lyeh.
An esoteric text touching on the cult of Cthulhu.
The R'lyeh Text includes hints that seem to indicate that the time for the resurgence of Cthulhu is drawing near [AWD Curwen 20].
Prof. Laban Shrewsbury's Cthulhu in the Necronomicon includes this quote from the R'lyeh Text : "Great Cthulhu shall rise from R'lyeh, Hastur the Unspeakable shall return from the dark star which is in the Hyades near Aldebaran . . . Nyarlathotep shall howl forever in the darkness where he abideth, Shub Niggurath shall spawn his thousand young . . ." [AWD Sky 59]
The R'lyeh Text includes the phrase Ph'nglui mglw'nafh Cthulhu R'lyeh wgah' nagl fhtagn , which was translated by H. P. Lovecraft in The Call of Cthulhu as "In his house at R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming" [AWD Hastur 13-14].
The Cthulhu Mythos sprang from old books including the R'lyeh Text [AWD Island 180].
Amos Tuttle's copy was bound in human skin [AWD Hastur 10].
Copies and Modern Readers
Haddon found a copy among the books of Amos Tuttle, which was later consulted by Paul Tuttle [AWD Hastur 2]. Paul Tuttle donated the copy to Miskatonic University [25, 29].
David, a librarian at Miskatonic University, delved into the R'lyeh Text [AWD Sandwin 101, 105].
Tony Alwyn, a librarian at Miskatonic University, knew something of the weird knowledge hidden in the Book of Eibon [AWD Beyond2 164, 172].
Laban Shrewsbury spoke to Andrew Phelan and Nayland Column of various esoteric texts, including the R'lyeh Text [AWD Curwen 20; Keeper 141]. Claiborne Boyd found passages from the R'lyeh Text among the papers of Asaph Gilman [AWD Gorge 109]. Abel Keane read of the R'lyeh Text in Shrewsbury's Cthulhu in the Necronomicon [AWD Sky 59].
Prof.Upton Gardner had photostatic copies of pages from the R'lyeh Text [AWD Dweller 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 of R'lyeh Text from Prof. Seneca Lapham. It probably was borrowed or copied from the Miskatonic University library. [AWD Lurker 134]
South Arabian desert, known by the Ancients as the "Empty Space," where Alhazred spent ten years alone, and of which many strange and unbelievable marvels are told. Held to be inhabited by protective evil spirits and monsters of death (HPL History 52).
AWD Keeper 148, 153, 156.
Mayor of Santa Rita. RB Terror 229, (248), 249-251.
A spirit of old Carcosa, and narrator of the story. AB Inhabitant 535.
Of the Sana. AWD Keeper 137.
The Harlem Snake--a boxer. HPL Herbert 146.
Newport, R.I. HPL Case 133.
Providence. HPL Case 169.
A writer. While well enough of his editors to take it easy for a while, visited Graag's lodge in Maine and unburied the remains of the Other with Paulsen, Frank Hartley, and Hank Klarney. On realizing he was cursed by the mantle of the sorcerer, killed himself with poison. RAL Graag 12-15.
New York. HPL Electric 68.
25, 27, county 28.
New York. RB Hell 21-23, 25, 38-40, 43.
FL Terror2 268, 273, 279-280, 285, 298, 304, 306.
HPL Call 151.
Born Yosef Vrolok. REH Ring 55-56, 60-62.
HPL Mountains 7, 14, 29, 40-41, 104.
A ship. AWD Seal 179.
HPL Museum 215-229, 231-240, (241).
London. HPL Museum 215 & (throughout).
A city or realm? HPL Doom 48.
HPL Case 195, 197.
RFS Warder 164.
A boy of Teloth. HPL Iranon 113-116.
See also: ceremonial days.
AWD Whippoorwills 46.
Maine. RB Satan 5-6, 9-12, 15-19.
Incl: Frye, Dorcas
RB Notebook 231.
Miskatonic University Antarctic Expedition student. HPL Mountains 31-34.
Painter. HPL Colour 54.
Uncle of Avis Long. RB Unspeakable 168-170.
HK Bells 80.
HPL Mountains 7.
Of Los Angeles. HK Bells (narrator) 80, 83, 89, 92-93.
Of the Rocklynn Institute, New York. RB Hell 24-25, 27-59, 64, 66-71.
HPL Mountains 7-9.
Antarctica. HPL Mountains 4, 10, 35.
HPL Hound 177.
HPL Whisperer 218, 221, 258*, 260, 264, 267.
Overlooking Dunwich. HPL Dunwich 155.
RB Terror 224, 251.
Birmingham and Wolverhampton, England. AWD Lurker 136.
Massachusetts. AWD Curwen 16.
Market Street, San Francisco. HPL Test 20.
HPL Call 146.
Of New Orleans. Personal aide to Henricus Vanning. RB Sebek 120, 122-124, 126-127.
See: Roba el Ehaliyeh.
Paris. HPL Medusa 170.
Roman provincial quaestor. FBL Hills 287.
In Lord Dunsany. HPL Case 148.
Of Providence. HPL Case 123.
RB Sorceror 155, 161.
HPL Whisperer 214, 216.
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