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The Geometrical World and Art of Nicholas Cope

Hermes interviewed artist and writer Nicholas Cope about his recent art projects and the influences that took him in this particular direction.   Hermes: Can you tell us about your background, what brought you to art? NC: For me, making art is an undertaking of personal, artistic and spiritual development. Since my first degree inContinue reading “The Geometrical World and Art of Nicholas Cope”

The Sacred Image and Art of the Fourth Way. By Joshua Denny

On the Being of Art A central part of this topic is related to the world of Being1, how we engage with this realm and how we can be aware of it, or relate to it, in different ways in our experience and understanding. It can be difficult not to reduce the world of BeingContinue reading “The Sacred Image and Art of the Fourth Way. By Joshua Denny”

Kayla Upton & her Magnificent Tarot by Debbie Elliott

The Tarot is one of my favourite books, I love looking and playing with the cards and their esoteric pictures and I am always looking for new ways to interpret the symbolism so when I came across these amazing sculptures of the tarot characters by Kayla Upton, I had to get in touch and findContinue reading “Kayla Upton & her Magnificent Tarot by Debbie Elliott”

The Spirit of Guidance, by Graham Pemberton

    One meaning of what it is to be a spiritual person is the desire to connect with and be guided by spirit, the highest level of a multi-layered reality, even if most of the time this connection may be with intermediate levels. The term which resonates the most with me is the Sufis’ SpiritContinue reading “The Spirit of Guidance, by Graham Pemberton”

Greek Hero Myths: Symbols of Transformation by Gary Kidgell. Book Review by Janet Hoult

This book is not just a simple re-telling of the ancient Greek myths – it’s a work-book and practical guide which helps us to probe that journey of discovery which is the pathway to our Higher Self. It is a densely-written book, packed with information, but at the same time easy to read and flowsContinue reading “Greek Hero Myths: Symbols of Transformation by Gary Kidgell. Book Review by Janet Hoult”

The Magical Art of William Kearney by Debbie Elliott

William Kearney is an artist and a musician and he incorporates the two. In his persona as Sand Snowman he has made a number of musical albums and collaborated with various other artists. Will Kearney has also exhibited many of his works at exhibitions around Europe as well as using his own artwork for hisContinue reading “The Magical Art of William Kearney by Debbie Elliott”

The Centre of the Universe by Terry Edwards

Does the universe have a centre? Where is the centre of the universe? Science says that if the universe is infinite, it has no centre. There was a big bang and every part is expanding. This means that each part is moving away from every other part. I am going to suggest an alternative idea.Continue reading “The Centre of the Universe by Terry Edwards”

The Esoteric Art of Andrea Mclean by Debbie Elliott

Andrea Mclean and I became friends a long time ago because of our mutual love for the art of William Blake. I first heard Andrea talk about her art, William Blake and maps at a Blake Society event in London. She had collaborated with Henry Eliot on designing a map based on William Blake’s quotesContinue reading “The Esoteric Art of Andrea Mclean by Debbie Elliott”


by Mike Hall It’s 2005, 8:30 a.m., breakfast time. I am in Wills Hall, Bristol University, a delegate attending the English Theosophical Society Summer School. Next to me is a man I’ve never spoken to but whom I know well, our international guest speaker, the Emeritus Professor of Philosophy and Religion at the College ofContinue reading ““YOU SAY MOZART, I SAY, ‘MICROTUBULES””

Glastonbury Holy Thorn-Story of a Legend: Book review by Debbie Elliott

The staff that sprang into a tree, that’s the story of the Glastonbury Thorn. The folklore says that Joseph of Arimathea came from the Holy Lands on a mission to spread the word of the Christ. He arrived in Glastonbury on Christmas Day and plunged his staff into the earth of Wearyall Hill, it immediatelyContinue reading “Glastonbury Holy Thorn-Story of a Legend: Book review by Debbie Elliott”