With many illustrations by. J. augustus knapp. The earth-grave covers the mind as well as the body of itsmoldering occupant, and while only a strong imagination can assume thata spirit hovers over and lingers around inanimate clay, here each titleis a voice that speaks as though the heart of its creator stillthrobbed, the mind essence of the dead writer envelops the livingreader.
And John Uri Lloyd, like the reader, apparently remains unconvinced. There is an aesthetic satisfaction at the end of the book where the plot is wrapped up in an emotionally and intellectually convincing manner. So, there seems to be a lot of effort put toward breaking down skepticism; this effort is unsuccessful in its aim; and the author is aware of this fact. And yet, as a spiritual allegory, the story has a certain resonance. There is both a baptism and a plunge into the Abyss. One is left with the impression that the author knows at every step the impression that he is leaving on the reader and that he has gone through the trouble to create a very internally consistent mythology.
The Inner Circle or the End of GravitationIn the Bottom less Gulf. 317. Hearing Without EarsWhat Will Be the End?
1896 with many illustrations by J. The Inner Circle or the End of GravitationIn the Bottom less Gulf. Hearing Without EarsWhat Will Be the End? 322. Why and HowThe Straggling Ray of Light from those Farthermost Outreaches. 327. Oscillating Through SpaceThe Earth Shell Above Us. 333. My Weight Annihilated Tell me I cried in alarm is this a Living Tomb.
Allegedly, Llewellyn decided to burden John Uri Lloyd with this task and Etidorhpa is the end result. This book chronicles a journey through the strange land, with observations of fauna and flora, as found by a man who stumbles into the center of the earth. The book starts with a hand written prologue, telling the story of the secret manuscript and Llewellyn Drury. After a short introduction of the author the fantastic story of I-Am-The-Man begins. It was so fascinating that immediately after completing it, I painted a picture of some of the flowers described. I wish I was a better artist capable of capturing more.
They are John Uri and Curtis Gates Lloyd One of the most noted books in the collection of J. U. Lloyd is a MateriaMedica written by Dr. David Schoepf, a learned German scholar, whotraveled through.
They are John Uri and Curtis Gates Lloyd. Every hour thatcan be spent by these men from business or necessary recreation is spenthere. In the botanical department are the best works obtainable in everycountry, and there the study of botany may be carried to any height. One of the most noted books in the collection of J. David Schoepf, a learned German scholar, whotraveled through this country in 1787. But a limited number of copieswere printed, and but few are extant.
John Uri 1849-1936 Lloyd. This book is a facsimile reprint and may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. This is the most fascinating, fictional, alchemical work, of Freemasonry. Join this student and his Adept Guide on an alchemical journey to the "End of the Earth.
Etidorhpa was published in 1895. The word "Etidorhpa" is the backward spelling of the name "Aphrodite
Etidorhpa; or, The End of Earth. Etidorhpa; or, The End of Earth by John Uri Lloyd.
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Published by John Uri Lloyd, Cincinnati, 1895, Illustrations by J. This note is printed even though it looks like it was handwritten. It is signed by the author and the signature is real - not printed and it is in a different color ink. Год: 1895.
Lloyd, John Uri. Published by Robert Clarke, 1896. Condition: Very Good Hardcover. Bibliographic Details. Title: Etidorhpa or The End of The Earth. Publisher: Robert Clarke. From Hook's Book Nook (Pottstown, PA, . Price: US$ 40. 0 Convert Currency. Publication Date: 1896.