Many fictional works of arcane literature appear in H. Lovecraft 's cycle of interconnected works often known as the Cthulhu Mythos. The main literary purpose of these works is to explain how characters within the tales come by occult or esoterica knowledge that is unknown to the general populace. However, in some cases the works themselves serve as an important plot device.

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Statement of Intent Alpha Green. Welcome to our campaign wiki bible With the Campaigns beginning on October 18, , this wiki site is a resource for a face-to-face tabletop mythos role-playing game using the classic era setting for the Call of Cthulhu RPG system.

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A "campaign series bible". These worm-ridden fragmented and incomplete pages are shown to have been translated by the same hand at the same time of a Latin copy of the Bible Vulgate who's pages are intermixed. Printed on an unknown form of "vellum", the pages are loose and out of order.

That strangest and rarest of occult forgotten volumes The book was written by a wizard in the land of Hyperborea. The complete text from which these pages derive is refered to as the "Book of Eibon", an immense text of arcane knowledge that containing, among other things, a detailed account of Eibon's exploits, including his journeys to the Vale of Pnath and the planet Shaggai, his veneration rituals of Zhothaqquah Eibon's patron deity , and his magical formulae—such as for the slaying of certain otherworldly horrors.

Unfortunately, only incomplete fragments of the original are thought to exist, though there are translations in English, French, and Latin—Liber Ivonis is the title of the Latin translation.

Liber Ivonis.


Liber Ivonis

From professional translators, enterprises, web pages and freely available translation repositories. I will give you the book. Liber Ruth. Book of Ruth. Free bird. Liber Iob.


Book of Eibon

The book was passed down by secret cults to the present day. Never printed until the 20th century, there are many editions which vary widely, from tablets to scrolls. It is a key text in the Tsathogguan Cycle. Sign In Don't have an account?

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