Apocalypse culture

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Adam Parfrey
Amok Press, 1987 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 272 pages
42 Reviews
An unorthodox sociological approach to contemporary apocalyptic thought.

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User Review  - Greyor - Goodreads

I don't even know how to categorise this book. I don't hardly even know what to say. It truly earns its title, and it's mind-numbingly and shockingly frank and honest and raw. I'll say that I've never ... Read full review

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User Review  - S. Wilson - Goodreads

Apocalypse Culture is a gritty look back at a time before the Internet and the explosion of the Information age when publishing houses like Feral House (and let's be fair, there were and still are ... Read full review

Contents

APOCALYPSE THEOLOGIES
13
The Unrepentant Necrophile
27
Opiates Brainwashing and Fasting
43
Copyright

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About the author (1987)

Since his influential collection, Apocalypse Culture, was first released in 1987, the award-winning writer Adam Parfrey has been credited for discovering and revealing the inner workings of cults and unusual pop culture histories. With "Love, Sex, Fear, Death," Parfrey has captured the cooperation of primary players in the most secretive and talked about cult of our time.

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