Masks of Nyarlathotep
This set of notes were delivered to Jonah Kensington by Jackson Elias a couple days before his death. The pages are folded and stitched together to form a small quarto volume of forty pages. Frequently a page or a dozen pages are blank. Sometimes a single word is repeated for several pages. Most entries are written with an agitation and can barely be read. The following quotes represent what can be gleaned from this text:
Many names, many forms, but all the same and toward one end. . . .
Need help. . . .
Too big, too ghastly.
These dreams. . . . dreams like Carlyle’s? Check that psychoanalyst’s files. . . .
All of them survived! They’ll open the gate. Why? . . .
so the power and the danger is real. They . . .
many threads beginning. . . . The books are in Carlyle’s safe. . . .
Coming for me. Will the ocean protect? Ho Ho no quitters now.
Must tell and make readers Believe.
Should I scream for them? Let’s scream together. . . .