By the way I still enjoy John Michell. I met him once, in 1992, and had tea with him, discussing the question of omphaloi and possible sacred centres of England. I know slightly Christine Rhone who I regularly see at Temenos Academy talks.
I'm not sure if my previous comment was lost or not, but I'd like to say that Charles Williams was an influence from the 1970s, particularly the idea of the Company. How is the world changed when we travel together, or in shared imagination?
@Andrew - I've looked around, and it does seems as if a comment of yours has been lost; at least, therefore was nothing before the Charles Williams comment above.I too enjoy John Michell. There is something very cheering and enthusing about his writings, and his attitude.
I know Grevel Lindop whose Charles Williams biography is excellent. In 2012 I commissioned his Shugborough Eclogues (in his collection Luna Park) as part of a Shugborough Olympic arts project.
@Andrew - I published the first review of Lindop's CW biography:https://notionclubpapers.blogspot.com/2015/10/review-of-charles-williams-third.htmlLater republished in a modified version in the Journal Of Inklings Studies:https://notionclubpapers.blogspot.com/2017/03/the-once-and-future-charles-williams.html
HelloYou might be interested in this talk to the Temenos Academy https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLbCNdL2lktW6pwkrWg6rN0khhKnG2zy90
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