‘A wonder of a land,
the land of which I speak.
We behold but are not often beheld.’
Perfected art can accentuate things,
and make them more attractive to the eye and mind,
but it cannot enhance the innate spirituality which men of all ages have held.
There seems never to have been a time
when tribe, race or nation did not hold
some sort of belief in an unseen world
inhabited by unseen beings.
Everything which can be said to exist is natural,
yet the Holy-Man who experiences the spiritual condition of ecstacy
cannot adequately explain it to the man who has not known it.
If the Ancients possessed an arcane language
to encompass such psychical experiences,
it still remains a secret.
But the natural aspects of the countryside impress Man
and awaken in him the Subliminal Self
which in turn inculcates an…
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