Online Event · The Devil’s Footprint Book Talk and Q & A with Author Carl Abrahamsson, Hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair

Online Event · The Devil’s Footprint Book Talk and Q & A with Author Carl Abrahamsson, Hosted by Dr. Vanessa Sinclair

Sunday, February 18, 2024
1 pm ET (6PM UK / 19 CET)

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God proposes the challenge of the millennium: if Satan sorts out the ever growing human mess on Earth, God will lovingly take him back to Heaven as his favorite Archangel. Satan accepts, and sets out on a massive operation to balance out over-population, pollution, corruption, and other severely Satanic headaches – many of which he originally helped create… Easier said than done!

Satan’s love of the ambitiously mischievous humans is challenged as his own “Team Apocalypse” fervently sets to work. But as the world begins to change quickly and dramatically for the better, a new question arises: can God and his suspicious Archangels really be trusted in this cataclysmic, cosmic undertaking?

Join author Carl Abrahamsson as he takes the audience on a cosmic journey in his swashbuckling apocalyptic novel. Beginning with a tale as old as time, Abrahamsson brings God, Lucifer, Galatea, and the Archangels to life as they run into characters such as Ambrose Bierce, Niccolo Machiavelli, and some carefree Russian oligarchs. ”It’s not easy being Evil in a world that’s gone to Hell!”

Carl Abrahamsson (b 1966) is a Swedish author, focusing on fiction and material about occulture and magico-anthropology.

Dr. Vanessa Sinclair and Carl Abrahamsson curate the Psychoanalysis, Art & the Occult series of events, dedicated to exploring the intersections and integration of psychoanalytic theory, the creative arts, occult practices, and folk magic traditions. By inviting psychoanalysts, philosophers, artists, writers, and occult practitioners from a variety of theoretical orientations and worldviews to discuss their work, personal experiences, and areas of research interest with one another, dialogue is opened up between practitioners in fields of study that traditionally rarely engage with one another though often operate in similar and complementary ways. Join them on Patreon