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The Protocols of the Elders of CTHULHU III. The Symbolic Squid

Posted on | February 15, 2010 | Comments Off on The Protocols of the Elders of CTHULHU III. The Symbolic Squid


There were figures far ahead, a couple behind, and one he was catching up to, breath coming out in vast white puffs in the morning calm as they walked up the path to the castle.

Of course, the iconography and symbology of the movement was a lengthy topic, as it started with single-character nets to catch even the semi-literate, and moved up through various code words to ensare those who thought a couple of Master’s degrees were meaningful.
Then, above the academic mumbo jumbo, stripped of all the useless idealism, was the true symbol of what CTHULHU was about.
If people were water, the whole arrangement was a giant intellectual reverse-osmosis machine, meant to purify, over time, a very select quantity of brains.
For example, those at the table. There seemed to be an easing in the unspoken mood of the audience, as his careful tones describing a future, any future, seemed to imply they had a place in it.

“Our symbol is of course the Great Squid, who thrives under great pressure, has tentacles everywhere, sinks the largest dreadnought, and is immortal.

In order to incite seekers after power to a misuse of power we have to set all forces in opposition one to another, breaking up their [reasonable] tendencies to [cohesion].

We incubate false arguments, such as irrelevant squabbles concerning birth records, and launch them at the foe. We fund nominally independent or moderate voices, and use them to lure in the best minds that could oppose us.
Once we addict them to our funding, we can then use them as weapons against real foes committed to principles that would slow our advance.

When the hour strikes for our Sovereign Lord of all the World to be crowned it is these same hands which will sweep away everything that might be a hinderance thereto.

This apocalyptic moment will be precipitated by

a universal economic crisis whereby we shall throw upon the streets whole mobs of workers simultaneously in all the countries of Europe,

and elsewhere.”



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