Yog-Sothoth reflects

Yog-Sothoth reflects

Seldom-glimpsed Great Old One Yog-Sothoth, the All-In-One and One-In-All makes an unusual appearance in London to ponder the fleeting nature of the seasons, to enjoy the stunning views along the river, and to drive a few of the simpering locals into an irrevocable, gibbering, terror-born madness.

NOBODY puts Bubbly in the corner!


8 thoughts on “Yog-Sothoth reflects

  1. Well since congeriesian isn’t actually a word and the root of that is congeries, meaning a collection or aggregation of disparate items; I fail to see how that word actually fits in defining the sculpture since disparate means not similar. Those spheres are all the same, reflecting the same image in different ways.

  2. You don’t read much besides dictionaries, do you? Let me spell it out: It’s a literary reference to Yog-Sothoth, who is always described as “a congeries of bubbles.” “Yog-Sothoth” is in the title, which is a tipoff there’s a Cthulhu Mythos reference in there somewhere.

    You’re welcome.

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