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The article is intended primarily for Game Masters who play games in systems inspired by Lovecraft’s works, such as Call of Cthulhu or Delta Green. However, I hope that other fans of cosmic horror will also find something for themselves here. The interesting facts presented here may also be entertaining for people who do not know the work of The Loner of Providence, but some of the references may be unclear to them.
The article contains several anecdotes – either from real history or from beliefs that exist in the real world, and suggestions on how they can be related to the Cthulhu mythology.
So read about:

Sea Peoples, bane of ancient civilizations,
a forgotten Eldritch abomination from Greek mythology,
Jan Twardowski, the first man on the Moon,
mathematicians and physicists who wanted to know the structure of reality and lost their minds,
one of the most mysterious characters from the Bible and a dark, occult ritual that underlies monotheism.

Here is full version of the text: https://adeptusrpg.wordpress.com/2024/05/13/some-lovecraftian-inspiration-form-real-life-and-beliefs/

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