This preface, clearly written at some point much closer to the encyclopaedia’s conclusion than its first entry, frames the unknown author’s experiences of the impossible.

A General Sense of Unreality, or; A Unified Theory of the Impossible (A Preface)

The Exodus Immemorial

There are many times and places wherein humanity has fallen short, and not only short of our best, but short of meeting the most basic obligations we have to one another.

Dionysians

Where some gods may demand worship or sacrifice, obeisance or blind obedience, there are others whose appetites are whetted - and then sated - by excesses and indulgence.

Lichtenberg Asteroidea

The oceans are deep and dark, the ancient and ancestral home of all life, and sometimes spawn things more alien and more horrendous than a healthy mind might conceive of.

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