(showing some relationships to be found between the mythos of Lovecraft, the magick of Crowley, and the faith of Sumer.)

CthulhuThe Great Beast as represented in "CTHDH 666"Ctha-lu, Kutulu
The Ancient OnesSatan; TeitanTiamat
AzathothAiwass (?)Azag-thoth
The Dunwich HorrorChoronzonPazuzu
Shub NiggurathPanSub Ishniggarab (?)
Out of SpaceThe AbyssAbsu; Nar Mattaru
IA!IO! IAO!IA (JAH; EA; Lord of Waters)
The Five-pointed grey Star carvenThe PentagramThe AR, or UB (Plough Sign; the original pentagram and the sign of the Aryan Race)
Vermis MysteriisThe SerpentErim (the Enemy; and the Sea as Chaos; Gothic; Orm, or Worm, great Serpent)

This is, of course, by no means a complete list but rather an inspirational sampling. Meditation upon the various Things mentioned in the Mythos will permit the scholar to draw his own conclusions; research upon the etymology of both Lovecraft's and Crowley's respective literature enables the occultist to discover the ancient Names and Numbers for much of his own, familiar, material.

(Note: that Lovecraft may have head or Crowley is hinted at darkly in his short story "The Thing On The Doorstep" in which he refers to a cult leader from England who had established a covenstead of sorts in New York. In that story, published in Weird Tales in 1936, the cult leader is closely identified with chthonic forces, is described as "notorious", and linked to the strange fate that befell the protagonist, Edward Derby.)