5th Aeon

The Creations of Terra Bosart

Preview of coming attractions

I’ve been hovering upon the devotional candle idea for many years.

Now, I’m close to implementing it.

Here is the preview of potentials, before I open up an Etsy account.

There is actually a few more options, which may be made available. But primarily, this is just a test. A preview of coming potential attractions.

Stay tuned!

Straight Outta…

So, the “straight outta” meme has cemented itself in the social media landscape, and I have not been immune to its charms.

It started with Innsmouth, which I felt fit perfectly with my Dagon illustration from last year. Then I kept going.

I promise I’m done now.


Baphomet for President

A good friend of mine posted a link to my Facebook account. It was a photoshopped advertisement, advocating Baphomet for President in 2016. 

Suffice to say, I was enamored with it. It was inspiring, my favored symbol and pseudo-deity. I decided that this must be more of a thing.

With thanks to Buddy Baphomet on Facebook.


Pluto’s Prank

Pluto, once a disregarded planet, a maligned and demoted dwarf planetoid.
No longer was he held in awe as a full fledged member of the solar system. No longer allowed his rightful place amongst gods, driven down to the depths where mortals dare not tread, he waits.
A jealous revenge does he plot, upon the very earth which initially scorned him.
Collecting his thoughts, drawn from the nightmares of all humanity, does bring him solace.

A tap on his shoulder, came from Eris, a similarly scorned minor-planet. She had her fair share of experience with being looked over, and snubbed by the majority.

“I see your problem Pluto,” she said with a cacophony in her voice, ” but before you desire vengeance, you might consider a more productive approach?”

Pluto grumbled, but visibly relaxed.
“Go on…”

Eris wore a twisted expression upon her lips, only slightly resembling her intended mischievous grin.
“Play a practical joke on them! They may revel in the pareidolia their simple minds eye will see!”

“Many will attempt to rationalize what they see,” Eris continued, ” but if even a few see the illusion you weave, you will regain some respect in the eyes of your faithful.”

Pluto considered this deeply.
“What would you suggest?”

Eris giggled.
“You see their collective nightmares and imaginings. Reflect that image back to them, and route it through Mercury, so he might deposit the insanity in their computers.”

Pluto grinned.
“That just might work. I think I know the right illusion to weave…”

“Oh?” Eris inquired.

“Yes,” said Pluto, matter of factly, ” for its avatar is The Lurker at the Threshold, and it is the Eater of Souls, and it’s name is Yog-Sothoth.”

Eris cooed in an impressed and high pitched wail, which took on the quality of cosmic chainsaws tearing apart an asteroid.
“Ooooh! That’s so good! But one more thing…”

“Yes Eris, what?”

“Would you do that later in your orbit? Right now you’re in the way, but later on I’ll be able to watch. I don’t want to miss this!”

Pluto agreed, and waited a few orbits, to design the frightening visage humanity would eventually succumb to. While Eris looked on, waiting to crack up like a giggle box.


This was a short tale which floated through my head today after reading an article in which  “the programming of neural nets” Google has been exploring, “have resulted in sudden advances in voice recognition and image classification.”

The results look quite Lovecraftian, creating the opportunity in my mind of a mythological crossover with the Greek and Roman pantheons.

You can read the article and see the disturbing, yet magickal image of Pluto here, at Nerdalicious.

Leather Canteen Cantanister

I came home last night from another absolutely stunning Oregon Country Fair! The weather was gorgeous, the friends I camp with are beautiful, and I returned to the city filled with optimism and cheer.

Naturally, as I settle back into the city living, I’m still inspired by the variety of creativity I’ve seen over the weekend. Today’s project turned out to be a leather holster for my canteen, which turned out pretty well, and matches the style of my headdress.

The canteen itself slides in and out easily, and the dragon is actually the leather part of a hair band I bought at the fair quite a few years ago.

While my original intention was to draw today, I cannot be too disappointed that my creativity took a turn in another direction. This years fair has recharged my reserves, and shall undoubtably continue to do so into the near future.

Coloring Book Page: Cthulhu


Coloring Book

I was recently inspired by an adult oriented coloring book. Since I had a short affirmation story I was working on, I began to draw again, after a long slump in creativity.

It a tale of a satyr whose loses her way when too much life happens to her, and she asks the more obscure deities for their guidance, so she can find her life path again.

Yes. I see the typos, but it’s a work in progress. :)


Fire and Ice


Cyber dragon.

I wanted to draw some dragons, that crazy craving, y’know?

I had been re-reading Dresden Codak by Aaron Diaz, and toward the end of his story Hob, I found a little bit of inspiration along the lines of what I was looking for.

In any event, it’s fan art, though I certainly put my own spin to it.

I highly recommend reading Aaron Diaz’s work over at


Pin Up Test


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