Tuesday, October 5, 2021

'Immanentizing the Eschaton' book available


From the latest John Higgs newsletter: "In previous newsletters, you may recall mention of a wild, strange and transformative pilgrimage from the Cerne Abbas Giant in Dorset to the CERN Large Hadron Collider in Switzerland. Accounts of this journey by some of the 69 pilgrims involved have been collected by Jeff Merrifield and form a new book called Immanentizing The Eschaton. It is required reading for those who suspect something important happened on that journey, and also those who were there but who are still trying to get their heads around what happened. Currently you can only get the book from Jeff directly, who you can reach by emailing mythologies23 (at) gmail dot com. His book on the underground temples of Damanhur, however, can be found on Amazon."

I wrote to Jeff and asked for relevant details, he wrote back with terms for people who live in the UK: "I've just had a new delivery of copies. It's £14.99 and I'll send it post free and signed. Best way is to pay through PayPal (jeff@playbackarts.co.uk) and if you use the payment to friends facility I don't pay a fee on your moneies. Make sure you put your postal address on the order.  If you are averse to PayPal, drop me a line and I'll send you my bank details for a direct payment."

OK, but what about Americans, etc.? "Postage world wide would have to add £4.99," he told me. 

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