Night falls at the Pacific. The Ancient city shyly rises from the deep. The stars are decorating the sky and the silver cloud of our galaxy. Yog-Sothoth decorates the sky. Your ship is sunken and you wake up at a cyclopean rock, which is part of the city of non-euclidian geometry. You start to walk with wonder. You are looking at our past; the stars. It is not hard for you to see, because the thousands of flaming giants are guiding you. You are looking and enjoying the city's non-euclidian geometry. The Gigantic Gates are in standing before of you. You can't stop looking at their glorious size and beauty. Your brain hurts because of the glyphs but you are enjoying it. The Gates are slowly opening. A smell is released. It stinks but you like it, you can't stop smelling it. A viridian light starts embracing you and it's getting brighter and brighter. You hear a voice. A phrase. "That is not dead which can eternal lie, and through strange aeons, even death may die" You see the light slowly disappear. A hand showed up from the darkness. Shyly a tentacled face shows up, and it is barely visible in the darkness. Its eyes are looking at you, it is looking inside of you, but you can't move, you want to scream but you have no voice. You are trembling at the image of the Great Priest. You can sense his abyssal power. You are looking at him rising from his ancient tomb. Feel his tentacles that are grabbing you. Feel how he is consuming you, sending you into your eternal slumber, in the infinite abyss. The Great Dreamer screams and the weather fills with fear. It is crying with sobs. And the wind is carrying a truth that we have locked deep inside of us. "In his house at R'lyeh, dead Cthulhu, waits dreaming"
He wrote the Lovecraftian series The Voidal. He wrote some Lovecraftian novels/short stories. But sadly I'm not able to read the whole series because his novels are no longer in print. You can find some of his works in Lovecraftian compilation kindle book. I really liked what I was reading though. What I read was The Dark Destroyer by Adrian Cole. It was found in the Kindle e-Book volume 1 of: The Cthulhu Mythos Megapack. You can get it for a dollar: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B007V8RQC4/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_X96R8YSABSS2HGJFVGG8
Hello everyone, I am Erik and I will be hosting the first H.P. Lovecraft reading session this Friday (on the discord). I will read "The nameless city" but that can always be changed. Send me a suggestion for what I should read and I will maybe (probably) read it. If anyone wishes to host the one next week I would be happy to agree. It will be hosted on the day opposite of the bible readings, either Friday or Saturday (depending on the day of the bible reading.)It will also be hosted at 00:00 CET, 23:00 GMT, 18:00 EST, 17:00 CST, 15:00 PST, 09:00 AEST, 07:00 AWST
I apologies for the lack of any book club posts for I was consumed by other stuff in my personal life. I would like those people who want to participate in this next Book club session to read "The yellow sign" by Robert W. chambers. I will be reading this story at this weeks story reading for those who wish to read, or for those few who have difficulties reading listen, along.
We will talk about the story in next weeks forum post.
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