Watkins review

With the rigor of a scholar and the radical soul of a true lover of Sophia, Nemu challenges scientific, religious and sociopolitical orthodoxy on multiple fronts, shedding light on the myriad paths converging on the apocalypse. “This book has been totally blowing my mind, and I can’t recommend it more highly. It’s simply overflowing with wild and wonderful, unorthodox ideas that are brilliantly and imaginatively expressed. It’s reminiscent of the writings of Robert Anton Wilson, Hakim Bey, and Terence McKenna.” – David Jay Brown

Originally published in the Watkins Review, and available here

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