The Mythos Studies section of the Temple of Dagon contains various articles and essays written by those interested in the inner-workings of the Cthulhu Mythos. Over the years, the amount of research surrounding Lovecraft has seen a steady rise, not only from the tireless work of literary researchers, but also those who explore the more theoretical implications of the work.
This is the Temple of Dagonâ€™s collection of such work. While it is guaranteed that not every reader will share the same views in all of the works below, it is certainly an interesting look through the minds of the authors.
- The Serpent Yig - Ygg, Daath and Kia by Mark Dunn November 15, 2005
- The Necronomicon and the Dreaming Universe by Mark Dunn November 15, 2005
- The Reluctant Prophet by Stephen Sennitt September 10, 2005
- H. P. Lovecraft and the Myth of the 20th Century by Joseph Morales September 10, 2005
- Fractals in Weird Fiction by John Beal September 10, 2005
- Disciple of Dagon - Cthulhu Mythos and Clark A. Smith by Frater Tenebrous September 10, 2005
- Cults of Cthulhu by Frater Tenebrous September 10, 2005
- The Cthulhu Comparison by Jason Colavito September 10, 2005
- Inside the Necronomicon by Jason Colavito September 10, 2005
- Atheism’s Mythographer by Jason Colavito September 10, 2005