post the template you dumbass!
I don't have it. this pic is from another thread like this that actually had the template
that whatever doesn't kill you
simply makes you
We already have this thread going here, don't we? >>864144
Might as well leave it here too, but my other definitely is proven my the existence of this thread.
>Great Old Ones
Patrician supernatural beliefs burger, forgot to put that on mine.
Maybe calling them Great Old Ones is a little cliche, but there's definitely something fucking strange going on that's somewhat Great Old One-shaped. Whatever they are, I'm convinced there's at least one living half-dormant underneath California.
Man, you're free to laugh at me, but there's something wrong here.
1. Earthquakes. There's a large number of faults concentrated on the west coast, and most of them are in California (a cursory Google search highlighted a total of fourteen, if not more). This seems like an abnormally high amount of tectonic activity to be contained in such a relatively small area, especially since barely any of them extend beyond the state border.
2. Proximity to the ocean. Even ignoring that Lovecraft's Great Old Ones were often strongly tied to deep sea, the ocean is largely uncharted territory, meaning there could be things lurking down there that mankind isn't even capable of imagining. Not to mention the Bloop, which was A) likely made by a living creature, B) a "big" enough sound that whatever produced it would have to be bigger than a blue whale, and C) recorded in the southern Pacific Ocean... at roughly the same coordinates as the sunken city of R'lyeh.
3. The people of California. Simply put, Californians are insane, or at least the vocal majority of them are. Normally you could attribute this to the heavy sociopolitical activity that tends to arise in big cities - after all, if the place is important enough to warrant a big gathering, you're bound to attract some crazies - but even people who aren't native to the area change after extended stays there. I've had friends who were right-wing all through high school leave to go to college in California, and when they come back they're almost unrecognizable. It goes beyond drinking the Koolaid, they are fundamentally CHANGED, like they don't remember being different from how they are now.
Conclusion? Between the earthquakes, the ocean, and the insanity in the populace, there's something - maybe a Great Old One, or something very similar - buried underneath or near California, and it's stirring. Slowly but surely it's waking up, infecting the minds of the people above in its sleep like Cthulhu did to Henry Wilcox.
I just love your third point, anon. You should go on /pol/ and redpill them about cthulhu. They think Marxist brainwashing in college is to blame, but I like your explanation better.
Why would I not believe in skeletons? I have one myself.
I believe that aliens exist, even if they are only as far in their evolution as we were some million years ago. I don't believe that we live in a simulated reality, but if we are someday able to create one(1) simulated universe in our universe, then it's most likely that we too are living in one.