I haven't recorded in a while and wanted to catch up with the Yuggoth Project. The Great Plague reading of THE FUNGI FROM YUGGOTH is nearing an end. In this 9th reading, I read parts 27, 28, 29 and 30. Only one more reading to go, I think.
XXVII. The Elder Pharos
In the sight of Leng, the narrator sees a ray of blue light that is said to come from a pharos in a stone tower where the last Elder One lives and talks to a figure with a yellow mask.
The narrator views an alluring light in the horizon where a 'breathless vague expectancy' shines across city spires and forests, that he claims makes life worth living.
The narrator enters a shore where he describes birds flying off and looking for an old shore that was their home in an endless horizon of ocean, and the shore has actually been sunken by alien polyps.
The narrator goes to a village after seeing a light there, and finds that it's familiar to him from an old dream, inhabited by wraiths, who all respectfully give him space 'for eternity', seemingly recognizing him.
|First Reading||Parts 1 & 2: The Book and Pursuit|
|Second Reading||Parts 3 & 4: The Key and Recognition|
|Third Reading||Parts 5 & 6: Homecoming and The Lamp|
|Fourth Reading||Parts 7-9: Zaman's Hill, The Port & The Courtyard|
|Fifth Reading||Parts 10-14: The Pigeon Flyers, The Well, Hesperia & The Star Winds|
|Sixth Reading||Parts 15-18: Antartakos, The Window, A Memory & Gardens of Yin|
|Seventh Reading||Parts 19-22: The Bells, Night Gaunts, Nyarlathotep & Azathoth|
|Eighth Reading||Parts 23-26: The Mirage, The Canal, St. Toad's & The Familiars|
Thank you for your patience thus far.