In several Cthulhu Mythos stories, incantations are made that seemingly reference Hebrew terms for the Abrahamic God. For example,

Per Adonai Eloim, Adonai Jehova

Adonai Sabaoth...

from The Case of Charles Dexter Ward by H. P. Lovecraft

Here, we have apparent references to:

  • אדני אלהים (Adonai Elohim, "My Lord God")
  • אדני יהוה (Adonai YHWH, "My Lord YHWH")
  • אדני צבאות (Adonai Sabaoth, "My Lord of Armies")

Also, we find elsewhere,

Today learned the Aklo for the Sabaoth

from The Dunwich Horror by H. P. Lovecraft

Is there an Abrahamic God in the Cthulhu Mythos? Obviously such a deity would not likely be omnipotent as he is portrayed in the Bible, Quran, and other Abrahamic writings in our world, but is there any indication that a specific god is responsible for the stories that eventually evolved into the Abrahamic religions, or that the Bible and related texts as they exist in the Cthulhu Mythos are intended to reference a specific god that actually exists in that universe (whether or not those texts are fully accurate at describing such god)?

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