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  • shadedmuse turned on Public Notes for Whispers from the Abyss by Greg Stolze, Josh Finney, Greg Van Eekhout, David Tallerman, Dennis Detwiller, Tim Pratt, Nick Mamatas, John R. Fultz, A.C. Wise, Aaron J. French
  • shadedmuse turned off Public Notes for Whispers from the Abyss by Greg Stolze, Josh Finney, Greg Van Eekhout, David Tallerman, Dennis Detwiller, Tim Pratt, Nick Mamatas, John R. Fultz, A.C. Wise, Aaron J. French
  • shadedmuse turned on Public Notes for Whispers from the Abyss by Greg Stolze, Josh Finney, Greg Van Eekhout, David Tallerman, Dennis Detwiller, Tim Pratt, Nick Mamatas, John R. Fultz, A.C. Wise, Aaron J. French
  • shadedmuse started reading Whispers from the Abyss by Greg Stolze, Josh Finney, Greg Van Eekhout, David Tallerman, Dennis Detwiller, Tim Pratt, Nick Mamatas, John R. Fultz, A.C. Wise, Aaron J. French
  • shadedmuse started reading Whispers from the Abyss by Greg Stolze, Josh Finney, Greg Van Eekhout, David Tallerman, Dennis Detwiller, Tim Pratt, Nick Mamatas, John R. Fultz, A.C. Wise, Aaron J. French
  • shadedmuse shared from Les Montagnes hallucinées (French Edition) by Howard Phillips Lovecraft
    « … Les laves qui sans cesse dévalent Leur flot sulfureux du haut du Yaanek Dans les contrées lointaines du pôle… Qui grondent en roulant au bas du mont Yaanek Au royaume du pôle boréal. »
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  • shadedmuse shared from Les Montagnes hallucinées (French Edition) by Howard Phillips Lovecraft
    « … Les laves qui sans cesse dévalent Leur flot sulfureux du haut du Yaanek Dans les contrées lointaines du pôle… Qui grondent en roulant au bas du mont Yaanek Au royaume du pôle boréal. »
    Note: D
  • shadedmuse shared from Under the Dome: A Novel by Stephen King
    The shock dissipated as suddenly and completely as it did when people first touched the surface of the Dome; as quickly as his lightheadedness and the accompanying vision of the dummy in the crooked tophat. He was just kneeling at the top of the ridge overlooking the town, and sweltering in his leaden accessories. Yet the image of those leatherheads remained. Leaning together and laughing in obscenely childish conspiracy. The others are down there watching me. Wave. Show them you’re all right. He raised both hands over his head—now they moved smoothly—and waved them slowly back and forth,...
  • shadedmuse shared from a Personal Document
    Heine regarded music as standing “halfway between thought and phenomena, between spirit and matter, a sort of nebulous mediator, like and unlike each of the things it mediates—spirit that requires manifestation in time, and matter that can do without space. We do not know what music is.” 8 For the fictional composer Adrian Leverkühn in Mann’s novel, Doctor Faustus (1947) , music is “a magic marriage between theology and the so diverting mathematic. Item, she has much of the laboratory and the insistent activity of the alchemists and nigromancers [ sic ] of yore.”
  • shadedmuse shared from a Personal Document
    Shelley’s interest in the supernatural can be traced to his earliest works, and in his “Hymn to Intellectual Beauty” of 1816 he himself reminisced While yet a boy I sought for ghosts, and sped Through many a listening chamber, cave, and ruin, And starlight wood, with fearful steps pursuing Hopes of high talk with the departed dead. 1