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This subject contains information from the Mythos Adjacent Works, and while share similar themes and features of the Mythos are not based on his work, or generally considered a part of the Mythos proper. God is, according to the the Abrahamic religions, creator and ruler as well as the sustainer of the Universe.

In the Mythos

"God" is used in interjections by William Dyer, (HPL: At the Mountains of Madness) Marinus Bicknell Willett, (HPL: The Case of Charles Dexter Ward), Henry Armitage and Francis Morgan, (HPL: The Dunwich Horror) the reanimated Eric Moreland Clapham-Lee, (HPL: Herbert West--Reanimator) Zadok Allen, (HPL: The Shadow Over Innsmouth) Henry Wentworth Akeley, the Speech-Machine and Albert Wilmarth, (HPL: The Whisperer in Darkness) Francis Wayland Thurston, (HPL: "The Call of Cthulhu") a Boston surveyor and Ammi Pierce, (HPL: "The Colour Out of Space") an addicted narrator, (HPL: "Dagon") Robert Blake, (HPL: "The Haunter of the Dark") a poet narrator, (HPL: "He") a grave-robbing narrator,(HPL: "The Hound") Davis and a doctor colleague, (HPL: "In the Vault") a monster-hunter narrator , (HPL: "The Lurking Fear") Sheehan, (HPL: "Old Bugs") the outsider, (HPL: "The Outsider"), Richard Upton Pickman and a narrator, (HPL: "Pickman's Model") Delapore and the oldest man of his party, (HPL: "The Rats in the Walls") Harley Warren, (HPL: "The Statement of Randolph Carter") Edward Derby and Daniel Upton, (HPL: "The Thing on the Doorstep") Jervas Dudley, (HPL: "The Tomb") a migrant narrator, (HPL: "The Transition of Juan Romero") Carter, (HPL: "The Unnamable") Lovecraft, (HPL: "The Very Old Folk") Powers Meredith, (HPL: "Bothon") Dr McNeill and a Native American ethnologist narrator, (HPL: "The Curse of Yig") Alonzo Typer, (HPL: "The Diary of Alonzo Typer") a resurrected leper narrator (HPL: "The Disinterment")

Obed Marsh mocked Innsmouth inhabtants for praying to him. (HPL: The Shadow Over Innsmouth)

A de la Poer was allegedly 'cursed of God', (HPL: "The Rats in the Walls") and "An Act of God" is a legal term. (HPL: "Bothon")

Christianity has some influence on mythos entities. The witch Keziah Mason being weak to the cross. (HPL: The Dreams in the Witch-House)

"Elohim", "IHVH" and "Me[section cut]" are three of the five words on a chalk pentacle in the basement of occultist Robert Suydam. (EXP: Providence)