City of Revelation: On the Proportions and Symbolic Numbers of the Cosmic Temple (Abacus Books)

City of Revelation On the Proportions and Symbolic Numbers of the Cosmic Temple Abacus Books None

  • Title: City of Revelation: On the Proportions and Symbolic Numbers of the Cosmic Temple (Abacus Books)
  • Author: John Michell
  • ISBN: 9780349123202
  • Page: 358
  • Format: Paperback
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    About "John Michell"

    1. John Michell

      John Frederick Carden Michell was an English writer whose key sources of inspiration were Plato and Charles Fort His 1969 volume The View Over Atlantis has been described as probably the most influential book in the history of the hippy underground movement and one that had far reaching effects on the study of strange phenomena it put ley lines on the map, re enchanted the British landscape and made Glastonbury the capital of the New Age In some 40 odd titles over five decades he examined, often in pioneering style, such topics as sacred geometry, earth mysteries, geomancy, gematria, archaeoastronomy, metrology, euphonics, simulacra and sacred sites, as well as Fortean phenomena An abiding preoccupation was the Shakespeare authorship question His Who Wrote Shakespeare 1996 was reckoned by The Washington Post the best overview yet of the authorship question.

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    1. John Michell (9 February 1933 – 24 April 2009) was an English author and esotericist who was a prominent figure in the development of the Earth mysteries movement. Over the course of his life he published over forty books on an array of different subjects, being a proponent of the Traditionalist school of esoteric thought.He was a Fortean writer and, it seems to me, a prominent figure in the '60s counterculture.In this book, Michell attempts to show that the measurements in ancient structures [...]


    2. This was written before The View Over Atlantis; its concepts and especially its diagrams, are really intriguing. Although he does not take the ideas to their logical conclusion as he does in the later book, this one has many gems of its own.


    3. It's difficult to tell how much of this book is spot on and how much is the product of an obsession with gematria to the neglect of other points, but it certainly raises a lot of question and brings up some great information which is unavoidable.


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