Chandraputra, Swami

Chandraputra, Swami
   In “Through the Gates of the Silver Key,” he attends the meeting to divide Randolph Carter’s estate, purportedly with information about what happened to Carter following Carter’s disappearance. The Swami is actually a disguise for Zkauba the Wizard from the planet Yaddith, whom Carter became after he passed through the Gate of Dreams. The Swami is also mentioned briefly in “Out of the Charging Buffalo.
   In “The Mound,” a young buck who in 1541 guides Panfilo de Zamacona to the entrance of a mound in what is now Oklahoma, but refuses to accompany Zamacona within. Some time earlier he had tentatively explored the mound, and he tells Zamacona tales of the Old Ones living within.

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