These are my digital music songs inspired by the works of HP Lovecraft. Let the tones and vibrations inspire your mind's eye to gaze upon vistas of the weird and fantastic.
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All Descriptions are from The H.P. Lovecraft Wiki.
Cthulhu is a fictional cosmic entity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft and first introduced in the short story "The Call of Cthulhu", published in the American pulp magazine Weird Tales in 1928. Considered a Great Old One within the pantheon of Lovecraftian cosmic entities, the creature has since been featured in numerous popular culture references. Lovecraft depicts it as a gigantic entity worshipped by cultists, in shape like an octopus, a dragon, and a caricature of human form. Its name was given to the Lovecraft-inspired universe where it and its fellow entities existed, the Cthulhu Mythos.
D'endrrah is a shape shifting Outer God who has a heavy hunger for worlds. It often assumes in the form of a gigantic squid-like monster or a heavy dark smoke of organic matter with millions of teeth that wanders endlessly to devour any world it finds throughout the cosmos.
Dagon At a very advanced age, some Deep Ones reach enormous sizes. Such individuals engender the Cult of Dagon, who worship these creatures as deities. They are, in fact, entirely corporeal beings whose great age contributes to their massive size. There is fossil evidence that the oldest, largest of these beings reached sizes of over 50 feet in height.
Kaajh'Kaalbh Although it is one of Azathoth's servants, Kaajh'Kaalbh is rarely seen on our plane of existence as it is sequestered in a dimension of pure chaos. As a result, it has no "true" physical form, it's body being constantly torn apart and reformed in new and bizarre ways.
Mh'ithrha Mh'ithrha is an invisible wolf-like monstrosity similar to Fenrir of Norse mythology (if not coincident). Mh'ithrha, the Arch-Lord of Tindalos, is the lord of the Hounds of Tindalos, and the most powerful of them all.
Although not an actual Outer God as such, its form and awesome powers defy standard classification and therefore is regarded as an Outer God.
Ngyr-Korath Ngyr-Korath (The Ultimate Abomination, The Dream-Death and The Mad God of the Void) is a mythical being which existed before the planets, haunting the star-spaces. It appears as a dark blue-green mist which causes a sense of terror as it approaches. Once closed, an eye of flame forms within.
Nyarlathotep Nyarlathotep is a fictional character created by H. P. Lovecraft. The character is a malign deity in the Lovecraft Mythos, a shared universe. First appearing in Lovecraft's 1920 prose poem "Nyarlathotep", he was later mentioned in other works by Lovecraft and by other writers. Later writers describe him as one of the Outer Gods, a malevolent pantheon.
Shabbith-Ka Shabbith-Ka is an Outer God that takes the form of a roughly humanoid-shaped cloud of purple gaseous energy that constantly emits sparks of eldritch blasts from its form. It is said that one who beholds Shabbith-Ka for an extended period of time will begin to comprehend a face, or humanoid features in its visage, but this is likely a symptom of encroaching madness and the mind scrambling to make sense of that which is incomprehensible.
Shub-Niggurath Shub-Niggurath is a fictional deity created by writer H. P. Lovecraft. She is often associated with the phrase "The Black Goat of the Woods with a Thousand Young". The only other name by which Lovecraft referred to her was "Lord of the Wood" in his story The Whisperer in Darkness.
Shub-Niggurath is first mentioned in Lovecraft's revision story "The Last Test" (1928); she is not described by Lovecraft, but is frequently mentioned or called upon in incantations.
Ubbo-Sathla A colossal mass of protoplasmic goo, Ubbo-Sathla is a creature which has dwelt on Earth since its formation. Constantly spewing forth a plethora of primitive organisms, some believe that this creature was the source of all life on the planet, and that one day it will emerge to re-absorb all of its biomass. Interestingly, despite its prolific generation of new life, anything this horrific monstrosity actually touches will thereafter remain bereft of life for all eternity. Ubbo-Sathla is said to be the guardian of a set of tablets carved from star stone which contain the combined celestial knowledge of the Elder Gods.
Yog-Sothoth Yog-Sothoth is a cosmic entity and Outer God. Born of the Nameless Mist, he is the progenitor of Cthulhu, Hastur the Unspeakable and the ancestor of the Voormi. He is also the father of Wilbur Whateley. Like many Lovecraftian gods, Yog-Sothoth has many different appearances throughout the various stories of the mythos, by various authors. However, there seems to be a common agreement that Yog-Sothoth visually manifests as a mass of glowing orbs, with eyes or tendrils in some versions, and in others simply the orbs. It is heavily implied, if not outright stated, that Yog-Sothoth is omniscient, and is locked outside the universe, meaning he can know and see all of space-time all at once, which means there is no secret hidden from Yog-Sothoth.
Yomagn'tho Yomagn'tho (That Which Restlessly waits Outside) is an Outer God. It appears as a flaming circle with three inner-petals, and a dark interior, in which chaotic shapes are discernable. It comes from a world circling the star Pherkard. It is said to be equal in power to Cthugha. Some texts call it "the Feaster from the Stars" although that title is more commonly associated with Zvilpogghua.
Zvilpogghua Zvilpogghua (the Feaster from the Stars) is the son of Tsathoggua and Shathak, and is the father of Sfatlicllp. Zvilpogghua was conceived on the planet Yaksh (Neptune). He usually takes the form of an armless, winged, bipedal toad with a long, rubbery neck and a face completely covered in tentacles.