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5 Gods from H.P. Lovecraft's Mythos — H.P. Lovecraft Series

Audible ➤ Lovecraft's work is full of vast, incomprehensible cosmic entities. We won't pretend to understand them per se, but this video provides a good primer on some of the most important of them. Join the community for discussion and daily posts! Support us on Patreon! ➤ Tale Foundry ➤ Facebook ➤ Twitter ➤ Tumblr ➤ Discord ➤ ▬▬▬▬ What is Tale Foundry? ▬▬▬▬ If fiction were a material, we would be its manufacturing plant. We take apart stories to see what makes them tick, then recycle what we find to create our own. Because understanding how fiction works is complicated and making use of that knowledge is even harder, we like to stretch our topics across three-part series. We create an analytical starter episode, a list full of interesting facts and ideas, and end with a short story that makes use of everything we learned. Episodes ➤ Lists ➤ Stories ➤ Also, if you find anything worth writing about in any of our videos, we take *fan-submitted* stories as well! Visit our website for more info: ▬▬▬▬ Support Us▬▬▬▬ Our videos will always be available on Youtube for free, but there's extra content waiting on our Patreon for those who choose to support us: •Voting — Every month we let our patrons vote for which theme they'd like us to cover the following month; higher-tier patrons get to suggest themes for the poll •Updates and Previews — Get a sneak peek at what we're working on before anyone else ▬▬▬▬ Past Themes ▬▬▬▬ •View all of our past series here: ▬▬▬▬ Tale Foundry Team ▬▬▬▬ •Talebot — the talent •The Taleoids — the talent's helpers •Chloe Mansfield — writing/research/content manager •Benjamin Cook — writing/art/channel owner ▬▬▬▬ Credit/Attributions ▬▬▬▬ The following resources were used in accordance with (17 U.S.C. Section 107) United States "Fair Use" Doctrine: •Music: —“Pandy’s Didgeridoo” by Comatic: —“Livor Mortis” by Trônes de l'Obscurité: —“Queen Inyarri’s Descent into Madness” by Abysmii: —“Ice But I See Nothing” by MattiabonafiniCI: —“Shrouded in Fog” by Trônes de l'Obscurité: —“Cthonic” by Xenojam: •Art: —Azathoth art: —— —— —— —Yog-sothoth art: —— (by micah stone) —— (theomachy) —— —Shub-niggurath art: —— —— —— —Nyarlathotep art: ——Art from "Masks of Nyarlathotep" Call of Cthulhu game —— by jens heimdahl —— —Cthulhu art: —— —— —— —— —— Thumbnail art: —— —— •Research: —All of H.P. Lovecraft’s stories, poetry, and essays, all of which are in the public domain: —“The Cthulhu Mythos Encyclopedia”, Daniel Harms, 2008 —With help from r/Lovecraft: ▬▬▬▬ Special Thanks to our Patreon Engineers ▬▬▬▬ —Arch di Angelo —Aaron Hislop —Andrew Jacobson —Brandon Steed —Colin Johnston —Daniel Alexander —Darragh Counihan —D.S. Watson —Eyre —Ivan Buick —Isabelle and Ben —Jay S —Jezz is Cheese —Juhla —Just Renderin —Karri Neves —Nik Maier —Oogiesgirl207 —RPGgrenade - RocketMooseX —Stefanie Domingo —The Silver Socialist —Vasili Hrebinka —William Maitland —Zeth Crowley

Jeffrey Dahmer - Serial killer documentary

Subscribe to our new channel - Crime Vault - (Weird cases, serial killers you never heard of and much more) Pledge 1$/month to support this channel - Jeffrey Lionel Dahmer (May 21, 1960 – November 28, 1994), also known as the Milwaukee Cannibal, was an American serial killer and sex offender, who committed the rape, murder, and dismemberment of seventeen men and boys between 1978 and 1991. Many of his later murders involved necrophilia, cannibalism, and the permanent preservation of body parts—typically all or part of the skeletal structure. Although diagnosed with borderline personality disorder, schizotypal personality disorder,[4] and a psychotic disorder, Dahmer was found to be legally sane at his trial. Convicted of fifteen of the sixteen murders he had committed in Wisconsin, Dahmer was sentenced to fifteen terms of life imprisonment on February 15, 1992. He was later sentenced to a sixteenth term of life imprisonment for an additional homicide committed in Ohio in 1978. On November 28, 1994, Dahmer was beaten to death by Christopher Scarver, a fellow inmate at the Columbia Correctional Institution. Thank you for helping me reach 50.000 subscribers. This is your small gift from me Subscribe to our new channel - Crime Vault - (Weird cases, serial killers you never heard of and much more)

OTH: How Bloodborne Transforms the Myth

Bloodborne and Dark Souls both prove themselves as being adept at telling the story of a myth. But by inverting the most powerful motifs of the myth, Bloodborne demoralizes us rather than uplifts us. How Dark Souls Presents the Hero's Journey: Music used: Become a patron! Follow me on Twitter! Join the Discord:

Story of ZEUS - King of the Gods - Greek Mythology - Full Documentary HD

Zeus was the god of the sky and ruler of the Olympian gods. In a Clash of the Gods, he overthrew his father, Cronus, and then drew lots with his brothers Poseidon and Hades, in order to decide who would succeed their father on the throne. Zeus won the draw and became the supreme ruler of the gods, as well as lord of the sky and rain. His weapon was a thunderbolt which he hurled at those who displeased or defied him, especially liars and oathbreakers. He was married to Hera but often tested her patience, as he was infamous for his many affairs. Why was Zeus the most important god? Zeus, the presiding deity of the universe, ruler of the skies and the earth, was regarded by the Greeks as the god of all natural phenomena on the sky; the personification of the laws of nature; the ruler of the state; and finally, the father of gods and men. What are some of Zeus's special powers? Using his shield, the Aegis, Zeus could create all natural phenomena related to the air and the sky, such as storms, tempests, and intense darkness. At his command, mighty thunders would flash and lightnings would roll, wreaking havoc; or the skies would open to rejuvenate the earth with life-giving water. Zeus as personification of nature As the personification of the operations of nature, he represented the grand laws of unchanging and harmonious order, by which both the natural and the spiritual world were governed. He was the god of regulated time as marked by the changing seasons and the regular succession of day and night, in contrast to what his father Cronus represented before him; absolute time, i.e. eternity. Zeus as the ruler of the state As the ruler of the state, he was the source of kingly power, the upholder of all institutions connected to the state, and the friend and patron of princes, whom he guarded and assisted with his advice and counsel. He was also the protector of the people, and watched over the welfare of the whole community. Zeus as the father of the gods As the father of the gods, Zeus ascertained that each deity perform their individual duty, punished their misdeeds, settled their disputes, and acted towards them on all occasions as their all-knowing counselor and mighty friend. Zeus as the father of men As the father of men, he took a paternal interest in the actions and well-being of mortals. He watched over them with tender solicitude, rewarding truth, charity, and fairness, while severely punishing perjury and cruelty. Even the poorest and most forlorn wanderer could find a powerful advocate in Zeus, for he, as a wise and merciful paternal figure, demanded that the wealthy inhabitants of the earth be attentive to the needs of their less fortunate fellow citizens.

Stephen King On Twilight, 50 Shades of Grey, Lovecraft & More (55:51)

Stephen King speaks on a number of topics and takes questions from students, faculty and others in a "Master's Class" before a bigger event at UMass Lowell. King also premiered a new story, "Afterlife":

H.P. Lovecraft was the forefather of modern horror fiction having inspired such writers as Stephen King, Robert Bloch and Neil Gaiman. The influence of his Cthulhu mythos can be seen in film (Re-Animator, Hellboy, and Alien), games (The Call of Cthulhu role playing enterprise), music (Metallica, Iron Maiden) and pop culture in general. But what led an Old World, xenophobic gentleman to create one of literature's most far-reaching mythologies? What attracts even the minds of the 21st century to these stories of unspeakable abominations and cosmic gods? LOVECRAFT: FEAR OF THE UNKNOWN is a chronicle of the life, work and mind that created these weird tales as told by many of today's luminaries of dark fantasy including John Carpenter, Guillermo Del Toro, Neil Gaiman, Stuart Gordon , Caitlin Kiernan, and Peter Straub.

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