Life As A God

Author:

Montgomery Crompton

Age/Publication Date:

1805

Physical Description:

A small diary measuring 6" x 9". It is bound in human skin and written in a measured hand.

Text Summary:

Crompton was a minor priest of the Brotherhood of the Black Pharaoh. The diary details multiple murders sacrifices and the like. It also described the cult's favored weapon - a short single spiked club.

Cthulhu Mythos Content:

An excerpt recalled by Don Ford.

"Its angles were magnificent, and most strange; by their hideous beauty I was enraptured and enthralled, and I thought myself of the daylight fools who adjudged the housing of this room as mistaken. I laughed for the glory they missed. When the six lights lit and the great words said, then He came, in all the grace and splendour of the Higher Planes, and I longed to sever my veins so that my life might flow into his being, and make part of me a god!"

This book narrates all manner of unspeakable acts committed on behalf of the Pharaoh of Darkness.

Spells:

None

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