The Michael Line, the Qabalah and the Tarot Paperback – 2016
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From the back cover. The Michael Line, the Qabalah & the Tarot is a unique adventure that brings together the Earth Mysteries, Psychic Questing, magic, art, creativity, history, and mythology, in a powerful blend that presents a transformative way of approaching a sacred landscape. Includes The Archangel Michael and his Age. The Paths of the Dragon. A Maltwood Mystery and the Sun and the Serpent. The Green Stone and the Lights of Knowledge. Ancient Egyptians in Britain. A Qabalistic path. Albion Rising: the 1991 Michael Line Rally. Landscape tarot and artefact retrieval. 1997. General Election Cycles of Time. Aleister Crowley and Dion Fortune. 2011. Royal Wedding Cross of St George. Seven Barrows and the Belinus Line. Featuring Graham Phillips, Dion Fortune, Paul Broadhurst and Hamish Miller, Rudolf Steiner, John Michell, Aleister Crowley, William Blake, Andrew Collins, Katharine Maltwood.
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This latest tome is for me, a long awaited detailed account of his on-going research into this subject that I first read about in the early 1990’s in ‘ASH’ magazine. This book is full of interesting ideas and is very readable.
Paul has something of a ‘Blakean’ vision (and as a Blake nut I don’t use this term lightly!) when it comes to the Spiritual/Esoteric.
His books are always a delight to read, and with this particular book, this was accomplished in one sitting.
There are you, you drive like a demon from station to station" (David Bowie - Station to Station)
Packing a psychic punch that is much heavier than its slight physical form would suggest, this latest slice of visionary nostalgia from veteran quester Paul Weston gives an insight into the legendary "lost" Lights of Knowledge Quest. It traces routes through many dimensions from the physical tracks on the ground to the paths along the tree of life taking in Christian iconography, Jewish Kabbalah, the tarot, Arthurian romance and lots more besides. Paul urges us to get out from our factories and allow ourselves become needles, moved by intuition, picking out our own unique tapestry across the countryside. Sometimes tapping into older imaginal wells and sometimes, perhaps, laying down our own energy to be tapped by future generations. Part pilgrimage, part vision quest this is questing at its eclectic, contradictory, frustrating, mind-blowing and worldview-challenging best.
Read it to flesh out your knowledge of the early questing movement or use it as a "recipe book" for your own investigations, either way there is something for both the questing newbie or the mystic adept.