posted on Oct, 28 2005 @ 09:32 PM
H.P. Lovecraft 1890-1937.
Howard Phillip Lovecraft is considered by many to be the grandmaster of the modern horror story. His enormous body of work has covered almost every
plot we see in horror movies, and he has inspired generations of authors.
One of his continuing storylines involved something called the Cult of Cthulu. A secretive cult who worshipped a race that once ruled the earth. This
cult's main goal was to bring about the return to primacy of this race who now resides on a distant planet.
His stories outline ancient families with dark ties to a race of reptilian beings who live under the sea or under the earth. They meet together with
strange rites to bring back Cthulu. Some stories have the race of reptilians, trying to bring about the return of the race that lives on said
It has always been fascinating to me how close some of the more far out conspiracy theories macth the writing of H. P. Lovecraft. Mysterious
reptilians, seemingly sadistic aliens, rich bloodlines attempting world domination. Could it be that Lovecraft was really writing about the real
world embellished with fictional trappings?
The theories about a planet X fit in nicely with Lovecrafts planet that holds the ancient race that once ruled the earth. In some tales these beings
are interdimensional and completely invisible to us, just as no pictures of aliens exist.
Could Lovecraft have been writing about the Illuminati bloodlines in stories of families with terrible occult powers and dealings with the
This could all be explained away as just modern conspiracies borrowing from Lovecraft, but since this particular forum is for speculation, could it
indeed be possible that Lovecraft was indeed writing about the real world?
[edit on 28-10-2005 by LeftBehind]