Yog-Sothoth idol - limited sale

Jason McKittrick sez,

On sale for 24 hours only! After the dreadful events that occurred in the backwater town of Dunwich, Massachusetts further inquiry was launched by professors at Miskatonic University. Searching the charred ruins of the old Whateley home, a badly damaged but still intact wooden lock box was found among the rubble. This box contained a hideous metal sculpture, seemingly ancient occult documents and a small cypher-encoded notebook with the name 'Wilbur Whateley' scrawled on the cover.

With the help of Prof. Henry Armitage, the notebook was deciphered and it was revealed that the metal sculpture was an idol of Yog-Sothoth, a multidimensional being that had been worshiped by the Whateley family for generations. Several metallurgical tests of the idol yielded no definitive answer as to what material it had been fashioned from and led scientists to conclude that the origin of the material to be non-terrestrial.

The Idol of Yog-Sothoth is hand cast in solid resin and individually signed and numbered by artist Jason McKittrick: Measures 5" x 3", $50+shipping.



  1. The thing that looks most like my idea of Yog-Sothoth is those high-speed pictu res of the early A-Bomb tests. Those huge, brooding, bulging shapes they caught in the very first stages of the detonations are the absolute epitome of what an Elder god’s manifestation would be.

  2. Looks like a cheap Denebian knock-off.  You can tell because the vanishing line on this 3D representation of a 4D being is  way off kilter.

  3. Every year when I make pokeberry ink, I fill up containers with the berries, then smoosh ’em with a potato masher, add activated yeast, and then let the containers sit for a few days to ferment. When the fermentation is done, all the berry skins and some unexploded berries all float to the top, and it looks almost EXACTLY like that idol! This year, if I find tentacles in my ink jars, I will not be surprised.

  4. Yog-Sothoth knows the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the gate. Yog-Sothoth is the key and guardian of the gate. Past, present, future, all are one in Yog-Sothoth. He knows where the Old Ones broke through of old, and where They shall break through again. He knows where They have trod earth’s fields, and where They still tread them, and why no one can behold Them as They tread.

    1.  This-combined with the autobots posting about their aunts who make money at home- makes me think what fun it would be to create a spambot that just posted random Lovecraftian quotes and drivel.  It would freak me out far more than most spam.

      That said, spambots are evil, and could just possibly be the modern manifestation of the elder gods, here to eat our souls and our time.

  5. Pfft, that’s not Yog-Sothoth.  That’s just the actor who played him.  It. The real one doesn’t project as easily into three dimensions.

  6. You need to be careful when buying such eldritch artifacts. I once purchased an ancient image of Nyarlathotep that turned out to be just a pvc Black Smurf.

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