Cthulhu Mythos Homeschoolers
Bulletin: After finishing up her last class at the New School and moving to Vermont to live with her mother, Your BaristaGirl got married! He’s a sensitive and caring man (unlike you know who) from an old (olde!) New England family. We now live in a really big house with paintings of ancestors and all that stuff. And so he told me about Cthulhu and the other Great Old Ones and Outed Entities of what he calls “The Mythos”. It’s a bit like yoga, or Nietzsche’s Triumph of the Will. The real gods will come back and impose peace on the world along with universal health care and chanting. He wants our children (I haven’t had any yet, but he gave me a little necklace with funny smelling herbs in it to help me) to be raised in what he calls the Cthulhu Mythos philosophy, so I figured I would network and compare notes and ideas with other parents beforehand. I still don’t know how to pronounce “Azatoff” and “Yog-Pilaf” and a few of the other names, but he (unlike you know who) is understanding and caring. I can’t wait to show him the website I’ve created when he finally comes back from that business trip to Tibet. Welcome, Cthulhu Mythos Homeschoolers!