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The content drops all references to Ghouls as D’Erlette would have known them, and instead refers to aliens from the star, galaxy, or planet Midian the book confuses these terms. Only a handful of copies of the book remain in existence. By some accounts, this section might have been concocted from excerpts from the rumoured English translation of the second of the Seven Dess Books of Hsancrudely re-translated into French; this claim is supported by rough similarities in structure and content.

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Most “experts” believe these bizarre and fanciful elements were the products of forgery after D’Erlette’s death, but others believe them to be the genuine “post-mortem” work of D’Erlette, surviving long past his human life-span on goulfs diet of human flesh. A heavily-criticized and unlikely alchemical section is sometimes appended, filled with tedious catalogues of the names of mysterious creatures, spirits, and gods arbitrarily categorized along the lines of classical alchemical elements earth, air, fire, and water with unique additions of the “elements” of aether, light and shadow, whose confusing and heretical interactions are portrayed through some strange allegory of cosmic alchemy.

Faustcoven was formed by Gunnar Hansen in and have ever since been dedicated to the ways of old. The investigators soon discover that the collector is being tormented by a cabal of Ghouls who seek to obtain the tome for their own secretive and sinister purposes, while the collector has his own secrets to conceal Why is not everyone talking about this album?

Perhaps as many as a dozen copies were privately published by LaPorte, before his scheme to distribute these books to cultists around the world was discovered and interrupted by vigilantes. The debut EP was very good, but this full length is quite a step up. What dangers does its sudden reappearance among goyles eccentric circle of writers of morbid dess pose for humanity’s struggle against the Mythos? Most surviving examples of any version found outside of certain rare book collections tend to be especially filthy, foul, stained, sticky, battered, gnawed, and abused, even by the usual standards of Tomes, due to their having been created and owned by Ghouls living in grimy tunnels and hidden vaults and cities beneath cemeteries and tombs.


For most investigators, the sudden shift in tone and betrayal of humanity are shocking, and contribute to the sanity loss incurred by the Tome. D’Erlette begins with the impression that his “Ghouls” are a degenerate religious cult, or possibly a subhuman “race” of men twisted into animals by their unnatural appetites and diets. Lovecraft and August Derleth have claimed to have been the book’s creator.

A limited number of copies of this edition survived the French Revolution. A second, auto-biographical part, even cults grotesque than the main part, allegedly by the same author, is usually appended to the tome, describing his conversion to – and gleeful participation in – the activities of a ghoul cult; textual clues reveal that this section was written much later than the original part, long after the original author should have died, and does not appear in older versions of the tome; thus, this section is generally considered by responsible historians to gouls a skillful forgery or hoax built on the model of the works of both D’Erlette and De Sade.

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Lovecraft actually have with this Tome? The total number of copies created by Laporte, and the total number seized and destroyed over the next half-century by vigilante groups, is unknown, but it is believed that no known copies survived into the 20th Century.

Against this backdrop of conspiracy, social disorder, bloodshed, and terror, the investigators become embroiled in sinister plots involving Ghouls, Illuminati cults, and worse Consists of “Investigations” and an unexpurgated text-only version of “Among the Ghouls”; at least one known version of this book includes an allegedly forged “death-bed recantation” by D’Erlette of his participation in the activities described in “Among the Ghouls”.

Some other copies may exist in the libraries of private collectors, and in secret collections of large European universities and libraries.

Find out what you can do. Investigators might then be tasked with finding out the origin of the Tome this edition was copied from, perhaps ultimately leading to a confrontation with its monstrous author, The Comte D’Erlette himself Most of the added content is the usual New Age UFO contactee utopianism and warnings against nuclear war and cuotes man-made disasters. This section appears to have been a forgery written by the Goiles D’Erlette himself in imitation of a genuine alchemical work, chltes, though often ignored or omitted from the tome and generally considered poorly-researched nonsense by experts on classical alchemy, it is sometimes believed by cultists to hold the keys to understanding some of the more mysterious references found in earlier sections of the tome, goyles a secret key to unlocking deeper mysteries encoded within the Tome; however, many sober and resonsible critics have dismissed this section as the work of a man desperately attempting to place some order on the chaos in which he was immersed.


Retrieved from ” http: These effects are possibly a combination of sanity effects, and in the case of illnesses, foul smells, infestations, etc.

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The fictional Comte d’Erlette, created by H. Navigation menu Personal tools Log in. This may inspire paranoia and phobias relating to Ghouls and their qualities, ways, haunts, and cultures. Append content without editing the whole page source. Watch headings for an “edit” link when available. Thus so far four foul full lengths have seen the light of day, before quickly retreating into the darkness of the crypts from whence they came.

Inup to a dozen copies of the LaParte Edition of Cultes des Goules are discovered to have been printed privately in Madison, Wisconsin, for distribution to selected cultists around the world, when a copy bound for the Austria-Hungarian Empire is seized before it leaves the country. The members of this group were referred to as ” goules “.

The main part of the text is an account of the Comte D’Erlette’s apparently objective and restrained observations on mysterious “ghoul cults”, and their shocking habits, rites, diets, and lifestyles.

Privacy policy About CthulhuWiki Disclaimers. By the end of this first part, D’Erlette has begun to regard these creatures as highly intelligent, sensitive, and sympathetic creatures, the equals to or perhaps superiors of humans, separate from men only by a difference of customs, culture, and diet; in his closing paragraphs for this section, D’Erlette expresses his wish to gain the trust of cules creatures, in order to infiltrate their number and learn the deeper secrets of their “repulsive, yet noble” kind.

Some researchers believe that these culted monstrous pranks or traps built into the Tome by its author, but others believe that D’Erlette is instructing the reader to seek colonies of Ghouls to be “seen below” the surface of Earth for the answers in person. One of the known copies was kept for 91 years in an arcane library of the Church of Starry Wisdom in Providence, Rhode Island. The third part, “Genesis”, may represent the Ghouls’ actual mythology, though it is, perhaps, filtered through D’Erlette’s point of view and beliefs, and some or all elements of this portion of the Tome may have been the result of the author’s wishful thinking or imagination, or a hoax constructed by culte forger or “posthumous collaborator”.