Tarshishim review Ù 3 The Tarshishim Box Set Containsi The Tears of the Gods volumeii Journal Notes fragments of unfinished stories novels manuscripts essays and other pieces of essoteraiii a Celestial mapiv a silk pouch with Mandrake seedsv double pages illustrations by Santiago Caruso expressly done for The Tears of the Gods printed on thick deluxe papervi a double folded heavy box to hold the volume and all the extrasAt the Court of Rudolph the second John Dee and Cornelius Drebel create a device to realise the vision of Hermes Trismegistus to make Humankind dwellers in supercellestial realms privy to divine knowledge consorting with Angels in a Universal Empire of Hermetic Wisdom The unseen effects of this resonate down the centuries in a multitude of settings The tortured architectural demonologies and enchanted thickets of Gothic nightmare.characters Ø eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Ron Weighell
Tarshishim review Ù 3 That are the streets of Prague The formal Thameside gardens of Elizabeth the first's Court a London in the freezing grip of Polar Demons The ice storm lashed shores of the Baltic The Steppes of Russia The dazzling Court of the Tsar The treasure filled temple of magic that lies beneath a Cathedral of St Petersburg A house of cabalistic secrets owned by the Ba'al Shem of Wapping The modest home of a Welshman too 'Angelic' to be earning his living as a journalist The intrigue laden cloisters of Oxford The ruins of blitzed London where a solitary Magus pursues his Art A vast cathedral of light where the gathered cabalists and magi of the ages including Dee Meyrink Crowley Roerich Blavatsky and Fortune come face to face with all the Orders of Angels and Demons that the device has helped them to summonThe return of Ron Weighell.
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Tarshishim review Ù 3 To the fantastic literature is the return of the Blood to the Heart of the MysteriesA living mystery of the occult European literature Ron Weighell is amongst the last greatest initiates of our time We are confident that The Tears of the Gods is the single most important esoterical work to appear since René Guénon's La Roi du Monde and Das Grüne Gesicht of Gustav Meyrink Not for the lukewarm nor for the post modern dilettante The Tears of the Godsi Consorting with Angelsii A Sudden Sunshineiii The Black Lake of Nightiv The Summe and Substance of the Conferencev Fishing for Coralvi The Chain of the Exilarchsvii The Voice of the Silenceviii The Law of Unintended Conseuencesix The Lion Serpent Begets Godsx On the Side of the Angelsxi Controlxii Satyrs Gatheringxiii The Water of Speech is uenchedxiv Lampetia and Phaethusa We.
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- 01 October 2020