Authors who write occult fiction, often mystics, occultists, or individuals deeply immersed in esoteric knowledge, navigate the realms of the supernatural, mystical, and magical in their works. Their narratives transcend conventional boundaries, offering readers glimpses into hidden dimensions, arcane rituals, and the mysteries of the unseen.
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Speculative fiction has a history that traces back centuries, evolving alongside humanity’s ever-expanding imagination and curiosity about the unknown. While the roots of speculative fiction can be found in ancient myths, folklore, and religious texts, it wasn’t until the Enlightenment era that writers began to systematically explore speculative concepts through literature.
Book burning has a long and dark history. It has been used by governments, religious institutions, and individuals to suppress dissent, control information, and destroy knowledge.