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Danny Nemu

Belo Horizonte, Brazil


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The apocalypse knocked on my door eleven years ago, bearing pamphlets colourfully depicting the fate awaiting those who would not witness Jehovah. Apocalypticism and apocalypticists have fascinated me ever since.

I lived in Japan for six years, and now I live in Brazil, at an altitude which makes me feel safe from the rising seas and impending doom. Whilst I like it here, I miss the British sense of humour and the Japanese sense of harmony, and I hope that when these countries begin to sink, fugitives will alight on these shifted shores to bring a little more cultural homogenity to this fertile land.

My other big hope is that my book will provide hope, humour, and historical perpective to those who have realised that soemthing is going wonky on a large scale.

The apocalypse has happened before, it is happening again, and we are lucky lucky lucky to be living through it.

Interests: Magick, psychology, the history of science, linguistics, and how these relate to the apocalypse.

Published writer: No

Freelance: No


Published works:


  • Nemu's End: The History, Psychology and Poetry of the Apocalypse