Pagan XXXVII - Cthulhu
Variations of pentagrams, including tendrils, blood and fire.
| A6 - 240 pages. Black suede, gold pentagram and
ring on black with seven (7) main branches, eight (8) sub-branches,
peacock colours (blue, purple, green). Black mulberry endpapers
with flakes of mica. Called Cthulhu because it resembles the old
tentacled god from H.P. Lovecraft who would rise from the depths
and bring the Earth again beneath his sway.
Medieval Festival: 06 Feb 2002 - 18 Mar 2002