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Grandson of Cousteau Battles Cthulhu

Von: bigred@shout.net [Profil]
Datum: 31.05.2010 22:49
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(Melchizedek Communique, MC053110) Like a medieval knight riding forth
to encounter some fire-breathing dragon, Philippe Cousteau Jr.,
grandson of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau, has dared to confront
Cthulhu in the Gulf of Mexico.

Wearing full hazmat diving suits and heavy hard hat helmets, Cousteau
and his team dived deep into a soup of noxious oil, unleashed April
20th when a drill went through the roof of Cthulhu's underseas lair.

Foolish interlopers had scoffed at warnings about "In his house at
R'lyeh dead Cthulhu waits dreaming." Cthulhu, mentioned in the Bible
under the name "Dagon" (1 Samuel 5: 1-5), was no longer feared by
those thirsting for oil. And so an oil drill had come splintering
through the roof of Cthulhu's undersea castle where the fiend waited,

It was then that the foolish interlopers discovered, to their dismay,
"That is not dead, which merely sleeping lies." Unstoppable emanations
of Cthulhu have been pouring forth from Cthulhu's violated domain for
over 40 days.

In his perilous quest, Philippe Cousteau reports having seen "wave
after wave of oil/chemical dispersant" far beneath the surface. [1]

A cartoon by "Holbert" of the Boston Herald, which appeared in the
local newspaper on May 29, 2010, has one of the characters exclaiming,
"First it was just oil, then natural gas... Now it's Hell's creatures
and demons!" [2]

And indeed, the overall news has gotten noticeably worse since April
20th: Guatemalan volcanic eruptions; Illinois budget meltdown; worries
about the European Union; Korean tensions; Gaza Israeli outrage. A
kaleidoscope of distressing news seems to have accelerated ever since
the sleeping Cthulhu was awakened.

Gustaf Johansen had heroically managed to send Cthulhu back to his
realm during the 1925 Cthulhu incident. (Background: "Cthulhu Awakens
in the Gulf", http://www.shout.net/~bigred/mc053010.html.) It remains
to be seen whether Philippe Cousteau can equal Johansen's feat.

------- Notes -------
[1] "Cousteau dives into 'nightmare' US oil slick", AFP, May 27, 2010
[2] Cartoon by "Holbert", Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette, May 29, 2010
(page A-8)


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