Notes From Yuggoth (based on the New Horizons Voyage)

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Latest image of Pluto, 9th of July 2015

Over the next few weeks I will be dropping little bit of information about Pluto (although we all know its true name is Yuggoth).

“Among the structures tentatively identified in this new image are what appear to be polygonal features; a complex band of terrain stretching east-northeast across the planet, approximately 1,000 miles long …” said New Horizons principal investigator Alan Stern. “After nine and a half years in flight, Pluto is well worth the wait.”

This is the latest from NASA, a photo taken by New Horizons on July 9, 2015 approximately from 3.3 million miles (5.4 million kilometers) away from the dwarf planet, with a resolution of 17 miles (27 kilometers) per pixel.

In “Out of the Aeons” by H.P. Lovecraft and Hazel Heald, there was an ancient land or province on Earth called K’naa where the first people found monstrous ruins left by those who dwelt there long ago.  The ruins were the bleak basalt cliffs of Mount Yaddith-Gho and one top of those cliffs was “a gigantic fortress of Cyclopean stone, infinitely older than mankind and built by the alien spawn of the dark planet Yuggoth, which had colonised the earth before the birth of terrestrial life.”  Is this 1,000 polygonal feature one of the fortresses of the Mi-Go?  We shall see!

mh-07-10-15_puto_image_annotatedMi-Go buildings?  We shall see!

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3 thoughts on “Notes From Yuggoth (based on the New Horizons Voyage)

      1. Absolutely…the windowless towers built by those who lived on Yuggoth before the Mi-Go; known as the spawn of Yuggoth – but I will address that in an upcoming article. Thank you for the comments!
        Fred

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