Hierophantic Landscapes: Lighting Up Chalice Well, Lake Tahoe, Yosemite, the Rondanes, and Oaxaca

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iUniverse, Sep 26, 2011 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 700 pages
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The Earth is poised to make a great disclosure. It’s a hierophant.

But what’s a hierophant? A person who reveals the holy light. But it can also be a landscape or a planet. And what’s the holy light? It is the structure of reality and consciousness, a map of the heavenly realms, the engineering blueprint of Creation.

Some people call this imminent disclosure the Apocalypse and run for cover. But that is mistaken. Apocalypse means the revelation of the divine revelation. It means the end of our picture of the world as we know it. The world itself will be fine, even better than fine. Splendid. Illumined. The Architect of reality lays down His cards, face up, and you see the whole deck. Here is the truth of yourself and the Earth.

How will this disclosure work? What we call sacred sites and holy landscapes will start revealing themselves in full to us in all their geomantic and visionary richness. That’s the inner patterning of their design, their arrays of Light temples and subtle palaces primed for our visionary adventures and edification. The Earth needs us to have these adventures and visions because that’s how we keep the planet healthy.

Hierophantic Landscapes visits five landscapes from Norway and England to California and Mexico, providing firsthand reports on the visions and adventures of a small band of geomancers as they seek to unravel the mysteries of the Earth. Maybe not such a small band, because along the way we encounter angels, landscape devas, Nature Spirits, and otherworldly mentors, and revel in vistas of the ancient past of the Earth when that revelation was as fresh as a sunrise, as it will soon be again.
 

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Complete plagiarism. The material on Lakshmi, for example, is lifted lock, stock, and barrel from Kinsley, David R. 1989. The goddesses' mirror visions of the divine from East and West. Albany: State University of New York Press.

Contents

Chapter 1
1
Table 1
14
Glastonbury Four Worlds Template
117
Chapter 2
151
Stages of Site Stimulation
222
List of Selected Geomantic Features Comprising the Lake Tahoe Landscape Temple
264
Chapter 3
289
Chapter 4
338
A Geomantic Inventory of Niflheim Ginnungagap and Muspellheim
342
Chapter 5
449
Table 6
455
Earth and Cultural Changes Between First and Second Lucifer and His Humanity
468
Qualities and Ray Master Apparitional Guises of the Pale OrangeGold Ray
491
Endnotes
609
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A long-time journalist, Richard Leviton has published more than 400 articles and served as editor for two national magazines. The author of ten books including Signs on the Earth (Hampton Roads, 2005) and The Emerald Modem (Hampton Roads, 2004), Leviton is also the director of the Blue Room Consortium, a cosmic mysteries think tank in New Mexico.

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