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A journal exploring the Emerging World Culture, Poetry, Visionary Arts, Interviews, Fiction, Non-Fiction, Entheogenic Investigations, Spiritual Adventures laying the ground for the society of tomorrow. The Invisible College Magazine 7th Edition is full of wonderful art, writing, commentary, poetry & reviews. Included inside is a cornucopia of delights: Jim Harter's article on Johfra (Johfra Bosschart) explores the fantastic art and career of perhaps the apex of Surrealist & and Visionary expression in the late century. Bruce Rimell's art explores the distant past of the Minoan era seen through modern eyes. Mike Maki's article, "I was born for these times" completes his tale began in the 4th edition. We get to explore his Entheogenic journey, and the possibilities of an alternate future. Alan Piper's "Gabriel Rossetti and the Secret History of Europe" talks about the connection of secret societies & and the arts in earl 19th century Europe. Alan's examination of Gabriel Rossetti is well researched, and the net that he cast turns up all kinds of interesting information across a wide spectrum of disciplines. From our featured artist Aloria Weaver & David Heskin we have a wonderful journey exploring their artistic partnership. As part of the Visionary School, Aloria & David express some of the finer modalities of the movement. Their use of colour and playfulness are very captivating. Mike Hughes "Invocation of the Incisor Part 1. is the beginning of a series of tales he will bring to The Invisible College over the next few issues. There are two short stories in his first offering, and we think you will be delighted with his tales. Nemo Bocko brings his unique art to this edition; exploring the occult & the erotic aspects of the visionary world. His take on art is in stark contrast to the mainstream of the visionary school, he brings humour, and hidden streams to the forefront. We have another outing with Novalis, (Georg Philipp Friedrich Freiherr von Hardenberg) the German Hermeticist who died at an early age, but whose writings & poetry have inspired generations since his passing. We feature his "Hymns To The Night" in this edition. We also feature the art of Beau Deeley, Jim Harter & Gwyllm Llwydd as well in this edition. Beau Deeley explores the fractal universe in a unique way, and Jim Harter brings us his collage works once more. All in all, The Invisible College Magazine 7th Edition is an intense exploration of art, consciousness & poetry. A magazine for the cultural renaissance of our times.
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Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Paperback. Condition: Brand New. 7th edition. 110 pages. 11.00x8.50x0.26 inches. This item is printed on demand. Seller Inventory # zk148121103X
Book Description CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M148121103X