The story told by The Game of Saturn, written by Peter Mark Adams and published by Scarlet Imprint, is more of a historical thriller – a demonic mystery – than anything […]
From Kadmus: "The only appropriate answer to a test of faith is to fail."
From Kadmus: "But there was a time when gods had bodies, and our world was the body of a goddess - a time when the cosmos was a kaleidoscopic orgy of copulating divine bodies."
From Kadmus: "Luck is the crossroads of place and time"
From Kadmus: "Once the wild world was the Sacred, rising around humanity in overpowering movement and blossom."
From Kadmus: Gordon's work is daring, a little bit mad, and very successful.
From Kadmus: When I speak with my gods, though of course I cannot speak for any of you, they do not tell me "Have faith, all will be well," they tell me "Struggle, and we will struggle with you."
From Kadmus: "What these gods offer us is an experience, not a symbol, and it is an experience from which our relationship with the other gods takes its source."
From Kadmus: If the specter of revolution is to once more haunt the leaders of the world it must be summoned from its afterlife by the necromancers and witches of today.