"Discovered in 1923 by Stapleton McTavish the famous explorer and collector of ancient occult artifacts, while searching for one of the lost cities of Nubia. Found in a temple buried under the sand 250 miles North of Khartoum. It has, so far defied translation. The strange text appears on a number of recently discovered papyrus, thought to be the missing pages from the dreaded Necronomicon"

Cthulhu Text: TTF Font File - Cthulhu Text: TTF Font File Discovered in 1923 by Stapleton McTavish the famous explorer and collector of ancie

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monthoffearart: “ Kurt Huggins For the “Things that Go Bump” challenge from Month of Fear “The Watcher, this comes from a feeling I tend to get while driving down moonlit rural roads.

Propnomicon: Necrofonticon

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Jewish (/sarc) Cthulhu tattoo design with Metatron hexagrams, 6 eyes, 6 nostrils, 6 horns.

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Propnomicon: Curious devices, forbidden artifacts, mysterious creatures, and intriguing documents. "From the Black Book: Artist Daniel Govar brings us this page from the infamous Necronomicon.  It's a premium for a Kickstarter looking to fund a Lovecraft comic book."

Curious devices, forbidden artifacts, mysterious creatures, and intriguing documents. "From the Black Book: Artist Daniel Govar brings us this page from the infamous Necronomicon. It's a premium for a Kickstarter looking to fund a Lovecraft comic book.

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