創造者の顕現

pac4.pngP.A. シャポー(P.A. Chapeau)
2016/11/25 16:12:47
知る限りでは昨日公表したエージェントの thedeacon1972 からの公開質問状に対してアコライトは未だ応じてはいないが、ハンク・ジョンソンがテクトゥルフに関する興味深い推論を挙げたところだ。一読の価値ある内容だし、諸君の意見も聞きたいものだね。

ハンク・ジョンソン:
アコライトに宛てた質問状には私自身考えさせられたよ。彼女からの回答を望んでいるし、私が代わって取り上げるべきではないことだね。だが、今回の推論を諸君の一助としてほしいと思ったわけだ。

次に挙げるのが私の推論だが、さて、疑問から取り上げていこう。我々がテクトゥルフと呼ぶ機械が創造者の顕現であるならどうなるというのだろうか。

おそらくだが、リントン=ウルフのテクトゥルフが無慈悲で恐ろしい存在であった所以は、知識と科学の名の下に力への渇望に突き動かされたリントン=ウルフ自身を介して現実世界へ伝播したからだろう。

私はそれを光と色硝子のようなものと考えている。その光はリントン=ウルフを透過した際に彼の色へと染まったわけだ。

おそらくハウクラフトのビジョンでさえも想像と認識によって同じように染まってしまっていたのだろう、恐怖や悪意といった類のものによってね。

更に深く推察すると、テクトゥルフとは特定のものではない。それは顕現の刻を待つ何かであり、創造者に応じて顕現しているものなのだ。

考察していくべきことだね。

P.A. シャポー

#InvestigateIngress

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Hank Johnson
2016/11/25 16:12:47
That letter to the Acolyte has had me thinking... I am hoping she will respond -- and folks should not take my thoughts here as a replacement for that -- but I wanted to throw this idea out there so that you could help add to it.

Here's my theory -- well, it starts with a question. What if the machine we've been calling the Tecthulhu is always a manifestation of its creator?

Perhaps the reason Lynton-Wolfe's Tecthulhu was a fearful object of unbridled power was because it travelled into our reality through Lynton-Wolfe himself... a man driven by a thirst for power disguised as knowledge and science.

I've been thinking of it like light and colored glass... The light took on Lynton-Wolfe's hue as it passed through him.

Perhaps even Howcraft's visions were similarly colored by their imaginations and perceptions -- tinted with their particular brand of fear and darkness.

The deeper theory is that the Tecthulhu is not one thing, it is something waiting to manifest -- and in the act of manifestation reflects its creator.

Food for thought.

A REFLECTION OF THE BUILDER
November 24, 2016 · by PAC · in Commentary

To my knowledge, The Acolyte has not yet responded to the open letter from Agent @thedeacon1972 I published yesterday, but Hank Johnson just shared an interesting theory about the Tecthulhu... It's worth a read and I look forward to hearing your thoughts in the comments...

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That letter to the Acolyte has had me thinking... I am hoping she will respond -- and folks should not take my thoughts here as a replacement for that -- but I wanted to throw this idea out there so that you could help add to it.

Here's my theory -- well, it starts with a question. What if the machine we've been calling the Tecthulhu is always a manifestation of its creator?

Perhaps the reason Lynton-Wolfe's Tecthulhu was a fearful object of unbridled power was because it travelled into our reality through Lynton-Wolfe himself... a man driven by a thirst for power disguised as knowledge and science.

I've been thinking of it like light and colored glass... The light took on Lynton-Wolfe's hue as it passed through him.

Perhaps even Howcraft's visions were similarly colored by their imaginations and perceptions -- tinted with their particular brand of fear and darkness.UsMeh^w@n*dlEkTqIuSnAlRtAePf#o*rQdg5Zm0hWr

The deeper theory is that the Tecthulhu is not one thing, it is something waiting to manifest -- and in the act of manifestation reflects its creator.

Food for thought.

Hank Johnson via Google+

-PAC

#InvestigateIngress

H. Richard Loeb
2016/11/25 16:17:21
To my knowledge, The Acolyte has not yet responded to the open letter from Agent @thedeacon1972 I published yesterday, but Hank Johnson just shared an interesting theory about the Tecthulhu... It's worth a read and I look forward to hearing your thoughts...