Alvin Moore, the author of Visions of a Self-Named Prophet or The Legend of Exterminator 13 gave his own work a mere 3 stars. Judging from the description at Amazon, it could lose a couple more.
This is a visual journal that questions metonymy through abreaction that plays with metaphors within the conscious to the subconscious, altering the roles of the signified and signifier to look for the anonymous projector who would use visual psychographics and to alter the senses of comprehension. These dreams turned abductions turned tours of undetectable trails are experiences in regions ethereal where it seems the ones who have access to such passages of jumping from one reality to the other are the very ones who protect us as civilians. This branches out where people thrive even in the field of entertainment.
Scribbled by Alfred Armstrong 4 years 8 months ago