Thursday, April 30, 2009

Behold: The "Blood Falls" At The Mountains of Madness

But to give it a name at this stage was mere folly. It looked like a radiate, but was clearly something more. It was partly vegetable ... it was marine in origin ... yet one could not be exact as to the limit of its later adaptations. ... How it could have undergone its tremendously complex evolution ... to leave prints in Archaean rocks{?} ... Great Old Ones ... filtered down from the stars and concocted earth life as a joke or mistake; and the wild tales of cosmic hill things from outside ... - At The Mountains of Madness, H. P. Lovecraft

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