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Cthodiac 2017, by Aladdin Collar (with respect to HP Lovecraft, Ambrose Bierce, Robert Chambers, Arthur Machen, Lord Dunsany and Clark Ashton Smith). 

Cthulhu (21 Jan - 19 Feb)
Dagon (20 Feb - 20 March)
Sheol Nugganoth (21 March - 20 April)
Hastur (21 April - 21 May)
Nug & Yeb (22 May - 21 June)
Tsathoggua (22 June - 22 July)
Ulthura Yon (23 July - 22 Aug)
Ghatanothoa (23 Aug - 23 Sept)
Yog Sothoth (24 Sept - 23 Oct)
Yig (24 Oct - 22 Nov)
Nodens (23 Nov - 21 Dec)
Nyarlathotep (22 Dec - 20 Jan)

Get it in print, and read up on your annual horrorscope in the second issue of American Eldritch: Deus ex Gothica. There’s some other stuff in there too. Last year’s Cthodiac is here

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How to get a job in hell - By AJ Crowley

Basically Crowley interviewing poor Hastur and taking sweet, sweet revenge plus fullfilling the bad deeds quota of the year.

In all seriousness now my Hastur design is basically Crowley from supernatural so now that I look back on it it looks like Crowley is interviewing crowley and I love it XD

The comedy sketch it’s from the voice actor from the radio series:  Peter Serafinowicz

I made this to relax a little this morning between exams so it’s messy af but mEH

I’m tagging @majinie1337 bc she showed me the video first xD

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You guys! I reached 666 followers and in honour of this special number let me introduce to you a bunch of my favourite devils, demons and wicked creatures from literature and movies:

✣ Mephistopheles [a main character in the ”Faust” legend, from which many writers and musicians as Goethe and Boito took inspiration]

✣ Asmodeus [from “The Devil on Two Sticks” by Alain R. Le Sage - 1841]

✣ Old Scratch or The Black Man [from “The Devil and Tom Walker”, a short story by Washington Irwing - 1824]

✣ Woland [from “The Master and Margarita” by Mikhail Bulgakov - 1967]  

 Matilda or Rosario [from the 1796 gothic novel “The Monk” by Matthew Gregory Lewis]

 Black Phillip [from the movie “The Witch” written and directed by Robert Eggers - 2015]

 Zarenyia [my damn favourite one, from the novel “A Long Spoon” by Jonathan L. Howard - wearing her angora sweater, a gift from Johannes Cabal (a necromancer of some little infamy)]

 Declan Gunn or Lucifer [from “I, Lucifer” by Glen Duncan - 2003]

 Hastur [from “The King in Yellow” by Robert W. Chambers and appeared in other Cthulhu mythos by Ambrose Bierce and Lovecraft]

 John Melmoth or Melmoth the Wanderer [from the marvellous 1820 gothic novel “Memoth the Wanderer” by Charles Robert Maturin]

 The Devil [from “Peter Schlemihl’s Miraculous Story” by Adelbert von Chamisso - 1814]

 A. J. Crowley [an angel who did not so much fall as saunter vaguely downwards, from “Good Omens” an amazing book by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman]

 Lilith [a III century A.D. demoness from the Babylonian Talmud and some Jewish legends - she refused to become subservient to Adam so she left the Garden of Eden (you go girl!)]

Thank you so much, guys!