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    First Church of Omniquantism
  • Birthday 12/16/1957

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  1. For horror: The Wolfen by Whitley Strieber. The book will keep you up nights. But forget the movie of the same name, it was utter garbage (it wasn't even the same story).
  2. "The Beduin could not look for God within him: he was too sure that he was within God. He could not conceive anything which was or was not God, Who alone was great; yet there was a homeliness, an everyday-ness of this climactic Arab God, who was their eating and their fighting and their lusting, the commonest of their thoughts, their familiar resource and companion, in a way impossible to those whose God is so wistfully veiled from them by despair of their carnal unworthiness of Him and by the decorum of formal worship. Arabs felt no incongruity in bringing God into the weaknesses and appetite
  3. Fergoshsakes if you find a place to get it let me know. PLEASE!
  4. There's always the classics. I've found Meditations by Marcus Aurelius to be worth reading.
  5. For anyone not afraid of mixing a little film noir detective with their sci-fi I would highly recommend S. Andrew Swann's "Moreau" series (in order): Forests of the Night Emperors of the Twilight Specters of the Dawn Fearful Symmetries I haven't read much sci-fi in years, but these were recommended to me by a friend and I found them thoroughly enjoyable. Imagine an anthropomorphic tiger as the detective in a Raymond Chandler type story with a plot that has more twists than a corkscrew. WARNING: Some violence and adult situations.