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I have dwelt ever in realms apart from the visible world; spending my youth and adolescence in ancient and little- known books, and in roaming the fields and groves of the region near my ancestral home. I do not think that what I read in these books or saw in these fields and groves was exactly what other boys read and saw there; but of this I must say little, since detailed speech would but confirm those cruel slanders upon my intellect which I sometimes overhear from the whispers of the stealthy attendants around me.

H. P. Lovecraft, The Tomb

Cultist Listening

Ultharine on Soundcloud. One might find new demos.

Bergtäkt. Ultharine's sister project. The bastard child of Black Sabbath and Nationalteatern, wailing incomprehensibly in that most eldritch of gibberish, Gothenburgish.

The Fields of the Nephilim are still at it.

The Darkest of the Hillside Thickets. Quite crazy cultists.

Epsilon Eridani. Nice cultist ambient. An influence on the instrumental Ultharine pieces.

Epic symphonic cultists are Innsmouth Gold.

The H. P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast. Story dissections and readings.

Cultist Reading

Prose poems:

The H. P. Lovecraft Archive. Exhaustive site. Includes a large library of online fiction.

Works by Robert W. Chambers.

Ditto by Arthur Machen.

And by Lord Dunsany.

Cultist Viewing

Horror art blog by Glenn Fagertveit. Be sure to check out his excellent Lovecraftian work.

A documentary about the life and work of H. P. Lovecraft.

Other Cultists

Jason Colavito, author of The Cult of Alien Gods: H. P. Lovecraft and Extraterrestrial Pop Culture.

One Lovecraftian thing a day at Whispers from the Ghooric Zone.

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