The Leprenomicon of Clurichaun, (literally: "Book of Leprechaun Names") is not, as is popularly believed, a grimoire, or drunkard's spell-book. It was conceived as a history, and hence "a book of things now dead and gone". An alternative derivation of the word Leprenomicon gives as its meaning "the book of the customs of the drunk", but again this is consistent with the book's original conception as a history, not as a work of Leprecromancy.


In honor of HP McLovecraft (not to be confused with HR Puffinstuff), the Sacramento Cacophony Society will all be shrinking down to a height of two feet tall and hobbling around the Lesser Sacramento Area.  With rosy cheeks, shiny black leather shoes with silver buckles, mischievous grins, pointed ears and large bushy sideburns we'll head out offering gold and silver coins to both the luck and unlucky whom cross our path.


We'll start gathering at the Weatherstone on March 12th, 2010 at 7:22pm.  Join us.

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Fri, 2010-03-12 19:30
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