HELM OF INMOST LIGHT

Definition/Summary:

 

Helm

  • Archaic for helmet

Inmost light

Literature

  • Author Arthur Machen early career was very controversial, because of his horror book “The great god pan”. This was later revised as “The Whirlwind” it was paired with another story “The Inmost Light” to create a longer publication
  • While it was denounced by the press during its debut, it is now a classic. It has become a major influence on many horror and sci-fi authors today.
  • Michael Arlen-“Hell said the Duchess”
    H.P. Lovecraft-“The Dunwich horror”
    Stephen King-“N” “Revival” “The lawnmower man”
    Racheal Klien-“The Moth Diaries”
    Clark Ashton Smith-“The Nameless Offspring”
    Peter Straub-“Ghost Story”
    Paul Jean Toulet-“Monsieur du Paur, homme”

Pan

  • Means “of everything” and Paein Pasture

    Mythology

    God of the wilds could be Son of Zeus.

    Robert Frost Poem “Pan with us”

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Add/Misc:

Helmet has resemblance to the young mythological god Pan. Small horns protruding through the skull like a fawn.