INTRODUCTION TO THE ELECTRONIC EDITION
It is a strange fusion of alchemy, ancient wisdom and near pornographic heresy. Inother words, it has all the makings of a popular novel but in order to best understandthe work, an altered state of consciousness may be in order.Rest assured that if this altered state is not self-induced you will soon feel the power-ful effects of its madness and the publishers are not responsible for the consequences.There is nothing inordinately evil or hateful in the text itself nor do we believe that thetext is hateful or even necessarily evil.There is a very strong allegory within the text however and we urge the reader to findthat place within their consciousness to understand or grasp its hidden meaning.As stated however this text is presented for information and perhaps entertainmentpurposes only.There is no justification for any acts committed in the name of this text nor is there anymaterial within this text which would hasten or encourage any acts of violence, subver-sion or hatefulness or any wrongdoing whatsoever.You may be prompted to ask us of course, as the publishers, what is our opinion of The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton ?Our answer is sincere. The alchemical material within the text is fascinating as is muchof the bizarre poetry and strange allusions.We don’t see any evil in this book nor do we see anything that most people would ordi-narily believe to be Satanic or subversive.In this frequently bizarre and disturbing manuscript, we definitely see heresy and wedefinitely see a lot of profane language but beyond that, the works of Satanic organiza-tions and their ilk are much more negative and it is perhaps with that in mind that lendscredence to the work itself.
The Unsacred Texts Of The Koton
is rude, lewd and crude and is per-haps the very voice of the Devil himself but don’t let that stop you fromreading it alone in a darkened room as the moon rises high in the virginnight sky.