Bird´s Eye View


Nicholas Hagger has had 65 books published since 1991.1

His literary works include 2,551 collected lyrical and reflective poems, including 421 classical odes and 567 sonnets (arguably more odes and sonnets than any other poet’s ever), two poetic epics, two book-length mock-heroic poems, five verse plays, three masques and 1,425 collected stories; and a literary investigation of the fundamental theme in world literature. He has written three works of autobiography, diaries, and literary travelogues which can also be classified as eyewitness history. There are two volumes of his Selected Letters.

His mystical writings state the oneness of the mystical tradition and of the universe.

His works of history identify a pattern of 25 rising and falling civilisations (a law of history) and consider whether they will pass into a worldwide civilisation for a while. His seven historical investigations interpret contemporary world history and the influence of secretive élitist organisations on Western revolutions and world events.

His philosophy, Universalism, moves away from modern philosophy’s concern with logic and language and identifies a law of order in the universe, a manifestation from the infinite that pre-dated the Big Bang. In his work Absolute Nothingness is a Plenitude rather than an emptiness, a pre-cosmological ultimate Reality that is infinite and eternal and contains within it the potential for Being.

His comparative religion presents the essence of the world’s religions, the inward experience of the Light which is common to all.

In international relations and statecraft, in three works of political philosophy he has outlined a blueprint for a World State and altruistic global governance.

His writings on world culture have stated the underlying unity of world culture.

His literary, historical and philosophical works are cross-disciplinary and interconnected.

Nicholas Hagger