P. Lovecraft is the debut album by the American psychedelic rock band H. P. Lovecraft. It was released in October 1967 by Philips Records. The album blended psychedelic and folk rock influences and was marked by the haunting, eerie ambiance of the band's music, which itself was often inspired by the literary works of horror writer H. Lovecraft, after whom the band had named themselves.
This is a tale inspired by Lovecraft with many Lovecraftian elements. The Tree of Life by. This supernatural tale was heavily influenced by Helena Blavatsky and Theosophy with the slight touch of Lovecraft. Blavatsky & Lovecraft Inspired Occult.
P. Lovecraft was an American psychedelic rock band, formed in Chicago, Illinois, in 1967 and named after the horror writer H. Much of the band's music was possessed of a haunting, eerie ambience, and consisted of material that was inspired by the macabre writings of the author whose name they had adopted.
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The White Ship" is a short story written by science fiction and horror fiction writer H. It was first published in The United Amateur (Volume 19) November 1919. Unlike many of Lovecraft's other tales, "The White Ship" does not expressly tie into the popularized Cthulhu Mythos. However, the story cannot be entirely excluded from mythos continuity either, since it makes reference to preternatural, godlike beings.
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