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Jim Eshelman wrote:Additionally, it portrays an eclectic spirituality that enthuses our universal need to intimately connect with our own spiritual ideals, rather than dictating what that ideal should be.
the atlas itch wrote:Jim Eshelman wrote:Additionally, it portrays an eclectic spirituality that enthuses our universal need to intimately connect with our own spiritual ideals, rather than dictating what that ideal should be.
Hi Jim - would you elaborate on what you mean by "eclectic spirituality"? I'm having difficulty reconciling Vision and Voice as a class A publication and your comments.
As I understand,Vision and Voice marked Crowley's crossing of the Abyss. 8=3 signifies leaving one's subjectivity behind (i.e. the sub-Abyss personality) and entering objective awareness at Binah. Yet your above comments suggest the very opposite - that Vision and Voice expresses the sub- and unconscious of one man (Crowley's) rather than his mapping of Supernal awareness.
Jim Eshelman wrote:The Amazon order page is up: http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/ASIN/097044964X
(Yes, there were a couple of places where the HTML didn't translate special characters right. That's been fixed, but Amazon needs 5 days to roll the changes into place.)
Of course, you can also order directly from C.O.T.: http://www.thelema.org/publications
Mahanta70 wrote:Question, I noticed that on the Amazon listing it is noted that the book was printed on Dec.21.
Does this mean that they are already shipping or is mid-Jan still the estimated availability target date?
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