Suicide Dictionary: The History of Rainbow Abbey (Paperback)Paul Lonely (author)
Paperback 128 Pages / Published: 16/10/2007
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In 1453 ce an island was discovered in the North Atlantic called Ambrojjio, and was donated to the Catholic Church. Pope Nicholas V (the first humanist Pope) used the land to erect a secret monastery for an artist colony of monk-poets he employed to formulate what he called a "prophetic" or "inspired" document, that was to be published in the year 2050. This artist colony (now called the Order of Quantum Catholics) has survived to the present day and still employs monk-poets who remain hard at work on this document, now titled "Quantum Psalter". Here is the first volume describing their heroic work. Maybe you have read the Upanishads, a few Buddhist sutras, or maybe even Rumi or Blake. But those relate the experience of yesterday. "Suicide Dictionary" is the poetic expression of spirituality in our time. No New Age pre-rational regression here. We now live in an age where to be Integral is to be on the leading edge of human consciousness. "Suicide Dictionary" is the product of applying these higher levels of consciousness to the art of creative writing. It offers a "Contemporary Upanishads" that captures the beauty of both western intellectuality and eastern (or mystical) spirituality in a single literary framework.
Publisher: John Hunt Publishing
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 222 g
Dimensions: 215 x 140 x 13 mm
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