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During this booklet what we as soon as believed of our previous is ready to alter. via a notable discovery linking Biblical alphabets to our genetic code, the 'language of lifestyles' may possibly now be learn because the old letters of a undying message. in the course of his vast 12-year learn of the main sacred and honoured traditions of humankind he has stumbled on tangible and unparalleled proof that we're all a part of a better lifestyles.
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7. Downes, p. 20. 8. Glinert, East End, p. 13. 9. The neglect of Hawksmoor’s remaining London churches was such that in 1962 the Hawksmoor Committee was established by a group of enthusiasts to publicise the plight of his work. This committee successfully secured the cooperation of the Arts Council in mounting an exhibition of drawings, models and photographs, and it was from this point that his reputation began to recover. See Downes, p. 7. 10. Iain Sinclair, Lud Heat & Suicide Bridge, London: Granta, 1998, p.
1964, p. 25, qtd. in MacDonald, p. xlii. • 39 • The Capitol of Darknesse: London in the Eighteenth Century London in the late eighteenth century was awash with mystics, mythmakers, gurus, prophets, seers and false messiahs. Prayer houses resounded to unusual readings of the Old and New Testaments. Meeting halls witnessed fresh insights into the mystical body of work known as the Hermetica… Occupants of suburban villas debated the ﬁner points of the Kabbalah… Bookshops sold works explaining such age-old alchemical mysteries as the Ever-burning Lights of Trithemius.
Gamini Salgado, The Elizabethan Underworld, London: Dent, 1977, p. 80. 3. Salgado, p. 81. 4. Benjamin Woolley, The Queen’s Conjuror, London: Flamingo, 2002, p. 3. 5. Peter Ackroyd sees this elision of magic and science as characteristic of the city itself, writing:‘But in London it is impossible to distinguish magic from other versions of intellectual and mechanical aptitude. ’ Peter Ackroyd, London, London: Chatto & Windus, 2000, p. 508. 6. Woolley, p. 56. 7. Woolley, p. 62. • 36 • T H E O C C U LT I N E L I Z A B E T H A N L O N D O N 8.
The God Code: The Secret of Our Past, the Promise of Our Future by Gregg Braden