Encyclopedia of fernal affairs
When I first heard the word Fernal, it was rich as a tropical garden, overflowing of life and luxuriance. Magnificent. Fernal did indeed feel like an appropriate word to describe the opposite of Infernal. I was surprised to see that it wasn’t in the dictionary yet.
In the opinion of Gromyko Semper, Bruce Rimell and myself, if there were a description for a Fernal garden, it would read as follows:
Fernal’s Garden of Delights is a sublime and paradisiacal place where all the wonders of the natural world from sexual to surreal, from visionary to instinctive, are celebrated as fundamental joys of life. The Garden is a multidimensional place where everything is conscious and divinely intelligent from the animal to the mineral to the vegetable via the etheric. This Garden of Delights knows no violence, no notion of original sin, no hierarchy, no fixed temporal system. It is a place of magic, play, and play. It resides in the Heart Garden and has no limit to its creativity.”