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Out of the Aeons Out Of The Aeons Is A Short Story By H P Lovecraft And Hazel Heald, A Writer From Somerville, Massachusetts It Is One Of Five Stories Lovecraft Revised For Heald It Focuses On A Boston Museum That Displays An Ancient Mummy Recovered From A Sunken Island


10 thoughts on “Out of the Aeons

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    I ve read three stories now that Lovecraft wrote with Heald, and all three involved something once alive being immobile and on display Two involve museums Two involve petrification this is the spelling my text uses Two involve ancient monsters Two employ icky skin related descriptors three if you count the view spoiler woman who turned into stone very slowly hide spoiler.Someone had some rather specific interests I ve read three stories now that Lovecraft wrote with Heald, and all three involved something once alive being immobile and on display Two involve museums Two involve petrification this is the spelling my text uses Two involve ancient monsters Two employ icky skin related descriptors three if you count the view spoiler woman who turned into stone very slowly hide spoiler.Someone had some rather specific interests


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    3.5 written by H P Lovecraft and Hazel HealdA small Boston museum obtained a strange mummy Until then their visitors were mostly scholars and educated people However, the discovery of the mummy, a strange metal cylinder found with it and the place where it was found turned the spotlight unwanted on the museum itself.The story reads like a diary entry or a will of the curator of the Cabot Museum in Boston In it he leaves an explanation of what really happened in the museum following the mum 3.5 written by H P Lovecraft and Hazel HealdA small Boston museum obtained a strange mummy Until then their visitors were mostly scholars and educated people However, the discovery of the mummy, a strange metal cylinder found with it and the place where it was found turned the spotlight unwanted on the museum itself.The story reads like a diary entry or a will of the curator of the Cabot Museum in Boston In it he leaves an explanation of what really happened in the museum following the mummy s arrival.I won t get into the plot too much though I ll just note a couple of interesting tidbits not to say the rest of it wasn t interesting Strange people start coming to the museum to see the mummy Even Swami Chandraputra His mention is like a wink to readers That and the fact that the name of the first curator was Pickman A large part of the story is a retelling of what the curator read about the possible origins of the mummy in the Black Book The names the book mentions are the ones you had to encounter at least once before Yig, Ghatanothoa, Yuggoth, Shub Niggurath and so on.While any reader would know what they would find when they examined the mummy, it is still creepy The punishment for defying an old god is beyond severe


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    3,5


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    Wordsworth EditionsLondon 2010.Blessings to all forms of life, from dimensions below to those from dimensions above Greetings to the distant space lights and to street dwellers from socialist Udbaland to redpilled Brazil.This is yet another crazy review from a fugitive in socialist Udbaland Please donate me some money so one day one might film a movie Escape from Udbaland depicting how I ran from socialist white woman only Udbaland to a free market chocolate woman capitalist society.Me and Wordsworth EditionsLondon 2010.Blessings to all forms of life, from dimensions below to those from dimensions above Greetings to the distant space lights and to street dwellers from socialist Udbaland to redpilled Brazil.This is yet another crazy review from a fugitive in socialist Udbaland Please donate me some money so one day one might film a movie Escape from Udbaland depicting how I ran from socialist white woman only Udbaland to a free market chocolate woman capitalist society.Me and Branko Mali are hungry.This novella is presented to the reader in the form of autodiegetic narration, thus meaning that the protagonist through first person narration presents us the world from the pages.The language is tight, vivid, strong and atmospheric like something from outter space After all, it was not a long thing to tell Oozing and surging up out of that yawning trapdoor in the Cyclopean crypt I had glimpsed such an unbelievable behemothic monstrosity that I could not doubt the power of its original to kill with its mere sight Even now I cannot begin to suggest it with any words at my command I might call it gigantic tentacled proboscidian octupus eyed semiamorphus plastic partly squamous and partly rugose ugh But nothing I could say could even adumbrate the loathsome, unholy, non human, extra galactic horror and hatefulness and unutterable evil of that forbidden spawn of black chaos and illimitable night The content shows a museum with an old, old mummy found in the Pacific.Southern Pacific.It is interesting how the Southern Pacific is a ubiquitous topos of the sci fi genre From Island of Doctor Moreau to the old school PC game which is my favorite game.Let us not forget also The Mysterious Island , which is my favorite Verne s novel.We can add Robinson Crusoe as an adventure novel, not a sci fi member, but still situated in the Southern Pacific.The real story of the history how the Norfolk population developed show that the localisation is not a mere pretension The Southern Pacific really is a wondrous place.Does the mummy out reading this novella Hasta luego weones y weonas


  5. says:

    A n recuerdo la magia de leer por primera vez a Lovecraft, la duda que surgi naturalmente Acaso Abdul Alhazred existi Habr algo de verdad en los insondables abismos de tiempo y en los innombrables ritos practicados por seres anteriores al hombre Es justo lo que provoca Out of the Aeons, el deseo de autoenga arse y dejarse llevar por la imaginaci n oscura de horrores c smicos y de seres monstruos ocultos por los milenios Lovecraft es inmortal.


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    Another one of those horrifying short tales by Lovecraft It s about how a hideously primordial and ancient mummy is discovered from deep depths of the earth and along with it is a cylindrical cased hieroglyph is also discovered The story revolves around the strange and terrifying events that occur after the mummy is put on display in the museum Occultists and supernatural enthusiasts from around the globe think that it s the mummy of mythical T yog, who faced the Ghatanothoa, who was one of t Another one of those horrifying short tales by Lovecraft It s about how a hideously primordial and ancient mummy is discovered from deep depths of the earth and along with it is a cylindrical cased hieroglyph is also discovered The story revolves around the strange and terrifying events that occur after the mummy is put on display in the museum Occultists and supernatural enthusiasts from around the globe think that it s the mummy of mythical T yog, who faced the Ghatanothoa, who was one of the gods of Yuggoth What follows is one plot of vague events and deaths, which are accounted by the narrator in a rather spooky manner Its writing style is typical Lovecraft Hauntingly weird and esoteric Quite a quick read though Enjoyed it


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    One where the journalistic style mostly works, though the sudden intrusion of we in the middle of a third person section threw me out of the story for a moment When it later goes to first person, it s at a section change, so that was less jarring Enjoyable overall Loads of detail on Lovecraft s version of the mysterious and horrible history of the world The unviewable deity vaguely reminds me of Weeping Angels from Doctor Who, and I can t help but wonder if it was part of their inspiration One where the journalistic style mostly works, though the sudden intrusion of we in the middle of a third person section threw me out of the story for a moment When it later goes to first person, it s at a section change, so that was less jarring Enjoyable overall Loads of detail on Lovecraft s version of the mysterious and horrible history of the world The unviewable deity vaguely reminds me of Weeping Angels from Doctor Who, and I can t help but wonder if it was part of their inspiration Their effect is a lot tamer, though.Mysterious mummy from mystical mountain makes monstrous museum mischief


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    This is a surprisingly effective tale of the mythos revolving around a strange mummy, and equally strange scroll, and one of the most frightening creatures in all of Yog Sothothery HP was fond of folk tales and mythology, and it really shows here the story of the people of Mu is fascinating and feels like something out of a textbook, and the mystery of the mummy lends itself to a lot of spooky fun It ends up feeling like the sort of yarn you d read in a scary story anthology, albeit with a mo This is a surprisingly effective tale of the mythos revolving around a strange mummy, and equally strange scroll, and one of the most frightening creatures in all of Yog Sothothery HP was fond of folk tales and mythology, and it really shows here the story of the people of Mu is fascinating and feels like something out of a textbook, and the mystery of the mummy lends itself to a lot of spooky fun It ends up feeling like the sort of yarn you d read in a scary story anthology, albeit with aarchaic writing style It s underrated and highly recommended, despite the bogusness of the Mu culture irl, and a few questionable science fact elements


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    3.5 estrellitas, actually.No recuerdo haber entendido mucho la primera vez que lo le , a los 12 a os, no m s, pero en definitiva recuerdo lo mucho que me perturb el concepto del t tulo, m s all de los eones Ahora, no tan grande pero seis a os despu s, y ya con m s callo leyendo los mitos, y ya m s acostumbrada y ya sin sorprenderme del estilo de Lovecraft, pues qu decir, me ha gustao y no me quito la sensaci n de incomodidad despu s de leer el final que m s que obvio, es inevitable en un 3.5 estrellitas, actually.No recuerdo haber entendido mucho la primera vez que lo le , a los 12 a os, no m s, pero en definitiva recuerdo lo mucho que me perturb el concepto del t tulo, m s all de los eones Ahora, no tan grande pero seis a os despu s, y ya con m s callo leyendo los mitos, y ya m s acostumbrada y ya sin sorprenderme del estilo de Lovecraft, pues qu decir, me ha gustao y no me quito la sensaci n de incomodidad despu s de leer el final que m s que obvio, es inevitable en un relato de este se or


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