Wed 30th
Ezra Vdread
Visions of the New Jerusalem

This presentation was inspired by Blake in Avalon: this year’s magnificent William Blake Festival here in Glastonbury.

“I will not cease from mental fight,
Nor shall my sword sleep in my hand,
Till we have built Jerusalem,
in England’s green and pleasant land.”
William Blake

The manifestation of the New or Heavenly Jerusalem is the climax of the Christian vision as laid down in the Holy Bible. It has inspired mystics, poets, kings, and queens throughout the centuries and has been interpreted as a prophecy of a golden age to come.

Tonight we will explore the esoteric meaning of this enigmatic climactic vision, using it as a key to reveal the ancient wisdom teachings that are “hidden in plain sight” in the Holy Bible. We will take a trip through time and space, covering elements of sacred geometry, gematria, ancient druidry, and shamanism, myth and starlore, gnosticism, alchemy, stone circles, and more. ¬†This is ancient wisdom restored, as we unveil the Heavenly Jerusalem! Special reference will be made to the work of some great Avalonians, as well as the significance of this vision in both Glastonbury and Norse mythos, as well as the new age.

“Would to God that all the Lord’s people were prophets”

This presentation will take place just two days after the 265th anniversary of William Blake’s birth. Blake lived between November 28th, 1757 and August 12th, 1827.

Doors open at 6.30pm for a 7pm start at Abbey House, Chilkwell Street, Glastonbury.

£7.00 in advance (cash please) from Man, Myth & Magik from Thursday 24th November, or on the door, subject to availablility.

Light refreshments are included.

Man, Myth & Magik is at 6 Magdalene St, Glastonbury, BA6 9EH. It is the shop directly to the left of the main doorway to Glastonbury Abbey. Shop opening hours are 10am – approx. 4.30pm Mon – Sat, and 11am – 4pm Sunday.

Please bring the correct change if possible.

We would like to do our upmost to be attentive to the needs of everyone attending our talks, including those who have delicate immune systems. If you have a cough, cold, or are unwell with any type of virus, please come along on another occasion when you are fully recovered. If this means that you will miss a talk that you are particularly keen on attending, please contact us in advance so that we can explore what we can do to assist.

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