As the last surviving member of the ill-fated Assembly, I hereby set down these discourses and dissertations on the forgotten Ten Thousand Churches and their myriad hidden theologies. Herein do I detail the Assembly's numerous encounters with the Ten Thousand and their multifarious congregations -- both the legendary and the lesser-known -- as well as the awful nature of the Followers' sordid and sundry ceremonies, rites, and rituals dedicated to the Great Old Ones, so far as we understood them. . .
~ Colonel Franklin Mackenzie Keyes (retd.)
Narrated by cult investigator Franklin Mackenzie Keyes, this treatise discusses two lesser cults in the Lovecraft Mythos: the Cult of the Vision Serpent, a perennial sect of oracular revelators in South America; and the Cult of the Dragon Whisperers, an extinct sect of alchemist-sorcerers hidden within Mongolia’s Gobi Desert. ORDER NOW
Cult of the Promised Land is an aberrant sect comprised of only three cult devotees: brothers, sorcerers, and escaped Negro slaves who worship the Great Old One Qolob. The brothers are abducting young women to serve as the temple prostitutes of an empyreal realm far beyond Earth and the known galaxy. Frank Keyes picks up the cultists’ trail in New England, chasing them through Texas, New Mexico, and a final fiery demonic climax at a strange geologic feature in the Arizona Territory. ORDER NOW
Frank Keyes joins a group of “Seventeen Learned Men,” embarking upon a dubious prehistoric voyage “70 Million Years in the Past.” The voyage is plainly a hoax. A laughable publicity stunt. But promoter and financier Sir Lionel Lytton claims to have mastered time travel itself, and established a small colony within the Cretaceous world. Sir Lionel’s voyage departs from Mackinac Island, Michigan, at which time Keyes discovers that Lytton’s claims are not as laughable as they seem. . . ORDER NOW
Cult of the Bulwer-Lytton Colony, Part II and Part III discusses the ugly consequences – the painful, ass-puckering, inescapable fallout – that can occur when a lost remnant of cult instrumentality escapes seizure or destruction. Frank Keyes unexpectedly finds himself amidst dire circumstances in French Guiana in 1919, and then on prehistoric Venus once more in 1921.
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Investigator Frank Keyes joins Professor Müller Levkoev and a small group of Arctic researchers at Fort St. Michael in Norton Sound, Alaska. The group journeys to a small research compound 60 miles inland, to a place that Levkoev calls “Cold Stone Lake.” Known among the Yup’ik as Tuttutuqtuqiq (roughly meaning “eats caribou”), Cold Stone Lake is protected by pitiless cult guardians . . . some of which are human, some of which are not. . . (Coming Soon)
Investigator Frank Mackenzie Keyes discusses yet another ass-puckering encounter among the sinister Cults of the Ten Thousand Churches. (Coming Soon)
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Best known as the founding cover artist for Pagan Publishing’s The Unspeakable Oath, Blair Reynolds’ illustrations have appeared in The Mysteries of Mesoamerica, The Realm of Shadows, The Walker in the Wastes, and the Delta Green Sourcebook. Reynolds rendered numerous assignments for Chaosium Inc.’s Call of Cthulhu, including The Stars Are Right! and Tales of the Miskatonic Valley, as well as Game Designers’ Workshop’s MegaTraveller publications such as Knightfall, Solomani & Aslan, The Rimward Races, The Flaming Eye, Challenge Magazine, and The MegaTraveller Journals. His first published independent work was the 1996 graphic novel Black Sands.
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