Zermatism is Stanislav Szukalski's grand unified theory of human culture and evolution, attempting to show the interrelated nature of all arts and histories, linking it all to a common source: the conflict between the Yeti and man. The name is taken from the Swiss town of Zermatt, from whence the Sarmati, nomadic forefathers of the Poles, advanced into Europe, and then Poland, to found Warsaw.
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