Tag Archives: John Dee

knowing the dancer from the dance

In “The Faerie Queene” Edmund Spenser tells a tale of “darke conceit” in which Prince Arthur, the future king, goes in search of the Faerie Queene, Elizabeth. In each of the six books completed, Arthur representing Magnanimity- in Spenser’s system … Continue reading

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PRIVATE LANGUAGE and SACRED CONVERSATIONS

Encounters with robbers in the desert…No need for the cross of salvation?…..An esoteric language, an Aristolean network, an ambiguity, or “pentimenti”–changes of mind— of ¬†additional, multiple and complex narratives under the surface….. The mystery intrigues and continues to prevail…. The … Continue reading

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