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John Michell: A Pilgrimage to Paradise

I have very little of Mr Blake's company. He is always in Paradise--Mrs Blake

By Stella Maris     April 11, 2009

And was the holy Lamb of God on England's pleasant pastures seen?
© Jerusalem: The Emanation of the Giant Albion--William Blake


Our thoughts this Easter holiday weekend are with the prolific author John Michell, who has sadly reached the penultimate stages of a terminal illness. Regarded by some as the founder of the modern "earth mysteries" counter-culture movement, almost all of us have been uniquely influenced by Michell's work in one way or another, particularly his theories on Glastonbury and the New Jerusalem.
We wish him a safe journey to Paradise.
And he took me up in spirit to a great and high mountain: and he showed me the holy city of Jerusalem coming down out of heaven from God... and it had a wall great and high, having twelve gates, and in the gates twelve angels... On the east, three gates: and on the north, three gates: and on the south three gates: and on the west, three gates. And the wall of the city had twelve foundations, and in them, the twelve names of the twelve apostles of the Lamb.
--from the Apocalypse of Saint John (Revelation 21)
Newton Coordinate:- Good Friday corresponding to the Feast of Saint Fulbert, April 10th, on the Greenwich Meridian.


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guillaume 4/26/2009 10:14:26 AM


He is now continuing his research into the dimensions of Paradise:

He departed this world on 24 April, the birthday of St Vincent de Paul...


StellaMaris 4/27/2009 12:41:38 AM

Thanks for this, Guillaume. I heard the next day... I had a feeling when I wrote the above that we wouldn't have very long. 

The genre will be poorer for his passing. His work had a profound influence on a lot of us. 



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