northanger (northanger) wrote,
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northanger

tessellating tápas

i'm pooped ... um, tired. got more pix, linx & text to post here later. some outbound linx: this, this, this & this.

AQ 306 = CASCADE MOUNTAINS = CIRCLE IN THE MIDDLE = COGNITIVE SCIENCE = DARK NORDIC PRINCE = GLOBAL ETIQUETTE = HYPERHYDROSIS = ISLAMABAD, PAKISTAN = JOHN VON NEUMANN = LIBIDINAL ECONOMY = MARIE AYATZBEHERE = PROPHETIC TRANCE (Abuldiz) = SPOILER WARNING = STUART KAUFMANN = TRASHING THREADS = TRUE TO REALITY.

stuff in the pipeline: bark of the paper mulberry used to create masi, or tapa cloth. it's also an ecological threat, mosaic cloth patterns tessellate, white mulberry called Morus alba, dandelion associated with Hecate & tapa artifacts in Cthulhu mythos.

Xothic Cycle Summary :: Dr. Henry Stephenson Blaine also looked over the artifacts left to the Institute by the Copeland Bequest. He didn't know Prof. Copeland, but knew of him and of his rapid decline in all ways academic and physical. The artifacts contained many Polynesian items: tapa cloth with pentacle motif; Fisherman's God; tentacled, cone-shaped deity; Medusa-like idols with tentacles instead of hair; items from all over the Pacific with notes written by Copeland showing various native names or titles of the idols: Z'otomogo, Zatamagwa, Sothamogha, Zatamaga, Z'mog, Zhmog-yaa, Hommogah, and god of ocean deeps. Next to all this Copeland wrote: "Cthulhu? Zoth-Ommog?" One item was not typical of Pacific art: a jade image, unidentified, found by native diver off Ponape in 1909, inscription on base is not in Naacal, Tsath-yo or R'lyehian. Copeland wrote that this was definitely Zoth-Ommog.

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