Poetic Emanations of Light, Life, Love & Liberty
In this second collection of poetry, Lita-Luise Chappell explores the themes of light, life, love and liberty, inspired by Aleister Crowley’s description of his Thelemic laws. There is the light without from the sun and the moon, how the ancient people worshiped it, and created ways in which that light could reach further. Humankind has replicated this light with fire and has harnessed it for cooking food, and produced light for heating the body and habitable spaces. There is the life of nature and her seasons, of plant, and animal, along with the life of human existence with the family from birth to the end of life. There is poetry that delves into all the manifestations of love, as the Greeks characterized it. And finally, there are the variations of what liberty is and can be, from natural and civic to economic, political, and national liberties. Thus, are these four emanations presented in poetic verse.
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Published 2018 by Templar Media | 194 pages | ISBN: 0996627243 | ISBN-13: 978-0996627245