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Plastic Wax Factory Vol 05 92 - LLOIGOR by darkalfar Plastic Wax Factory Vol 05 92 - LLOIGOR by darkalfar
Plastic Wax Factory Vol 05 92 - LLOIGOR

 LLOIGOR. 1) Being who is the twin of Zhar. Lloigor is imprisoned beneath the Plateau of Sung in Burma, but can manifest itself elsewhere when Arcturus, from whence it came, is above the horizon. In its natural form, Lloigor is a huge winged mass of wailing tentacles that uses winds to trap and seize its foes. Lloigor is worshiped by the Tcho-tchos' Brotherhood of the Star Treader.
 2) Immaterial beings composed of some unknown type of psychic energy, but who manifest themselves at times in tremendous reptilian bodies. Long ago, they came down from the Andromeda Galaxy and ruled over the land of Mu, using human slaves to further their designs. As time progressed, however, the lloigor slowly lost power and withdrew into the ground, leaving their slaves free to leave Mu and populate the earth. The lloigor still survive today, but are unable to muster enough strength to overthrow humanity. They can still use their power in underground places to demagnetize compasses, to affect photographic equipment, and to exert psychokinetic force on people and objects. If the lloigor require more energy than this, they may draw more power from the sleeping inhabitants of nearby  populations. Those drained by the lloigor awaken the next day feeling ill, but they recover their vitality by nightfall. Using the energy so gained, the lloigor can cause a ship or plane to disappear for a short length of time (causing the "lost time" effect often reported in UFO encounters), or create a huge explosion which leaves great crevices and pools of blue-green water in its wake. Many  believe that the lloigor caused the Llandalffen explosion and a detonation near Al-Kazimiyah in Iraq. The lloigor's mental influence extends to the people who live near them, and rampant crime and degradation characterize the regions in which they live. Sometimes, the lloigor recruit the most degenerate members of the population to do their bidding in the upper world. Though these individuals often believe that they will gain great power from their masters, they mean nothing to the lloigor, who casually dispose of them if they prove unnecessary or troublesome. At times, the lloigor have been known to take on material form, creating bodies which resemble the dragons of legend. This may explain why myths of huge reptilian beings are prevalent in many cultures, but no physical traces of any such entities have been found. Taking this hypothesis further, the lloigor are possibly the basis for the lake and sea-monsters which have been sighted for millennia yet have never been caught or discovered via technological means.
The lloigor are filled with a never-ending pessimism. Their minds are not divided into the id, ego, and superego, as those of humans are. As a consequence of this, they are unlikely to put any of their plans into action. Still, it should be realized that they may be dangerous foes to those who learn of their existence. Centers of lloigor activity include Iraq, Wales, Lebanon, Ceylon, and Providence, Rhode Island. The lloigor are servitors of the Great Old One Ghat-anothoa, but the extent of his control over them is unknown. One source claims that the lloigor are only localized manifestations of their master. They may be linked to the Great Old One Lloigor in some way, and one authority has stated that all Great Old Ones and lesser spirit-entities are their work.

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