The Railroad of Filaments

From Plastic Tub

The Railroad of Filaments is a short, doctrinal work intended for circulation among Stimes Addisson's close compatriots in the movement that was known as Accidentalism. It was largely this small document that sparked the small group, then composed of but five individuals -- the most important of which was Addisson's close companion, Stimso Adid -- to develop into what is known to scholars today as High Accidentalism (or Heroic Accidentalism) -- the final transformative stage before the advent of Associationalism.