Last Judgements, John O'Loughlin
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Last Judgements

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As suggested by its title, 'Last Judgements' is the last of the so-called supernotational volumes of loosely aphoristic material stemming from 'Devil and God – the Omega Book' (1985–6), and is a kind of summing-up of and, in some sense, elaboration upon various of the themes previously explored. However, it would be wrong to underestimate the original aspects of this eBook which, though comparatively short, paved the way for a kind of aphoristic purism more supra-egocentrically commensurate with metaphysical truth. As also suggested by the title, there are eschatological implications at work here, which should not be taken lightly.
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