This subject contains information from the "Lovecraft Circle" Myth Cycles, and while guided by HPL are not based on his work alone.This subject contains information from the Expanded Cthulhu Mythos, and not based on H.P. Lovecraft's works directly. Zushakon, The Dark Silent One, appears as a swirling, black vortex, revered by the Mutsune Native Americans as a dire death god. He is also worshipped by the mysterious servitors known as the Hidden Ones. It is a descendent of Ubbo-Sathla. The name is also given as Zul-Che-Quon (by West Coast Indian tribes)  and Zushakon (in Mu and Xinian).

"Zushakon" is an alternative spelling of Zulchequon used by the Elder Hierophant Yogmosh-Voth in Mu and it is also used in the Book of Iod. A variation of this name, Zyshakon, was used by some of the American Natives.

Behind the Mythos[edit | edit source]

The original name variant Zushakon was invented by Henry Kuttner in "The Bells of Horror"; Lin Carter used this name and other variant in his fiction.

Zulchequon was created by Henry Kuttner and expanded upon by Lin Carter.

Logic suggests that Zushakon is the "father" of Cyäegha.

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