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"Laureate" Laureate speak now lofty phantom to my mind guide my hand I write I write I write receptor of communication things that are not mortal Luminiferous aether sublime not normal writ medium calculating in the script In that other time there you hold me in your mind spiritus mundi consort I with you metaphoric in another world I am in between existing in this Other time your messages received Ectoplasm Seraph wings overseeing guides Some think you mad the invisible seen through spectral mind There I move your hand smooth planchette in your Vision time; Here, you move in mine. Some think you mad. Not I. (LadyLabyrinth / 2020) Music of Forgotten Temples and Abandoned Places “How to Disappear Completely – Seraphim” (2017) “Turning and turning in the widening gyre The falcon cannot hear the falconer; Things fall apart; the centre cannot hold; Mere anarchy is loosed upon the world, The blood-dimmed tide is loosed, and everywhere The ceremony of innocence is drowned; The best lack all conviction, while the worst Are full of passionate intensity…” W.B. Yeats, The Second Coming “On the afternoon of October 24th 1917, four days after my marriage, my wife surprised me by attempting automatic writing. What came in disjointed sentences, in almost illegible writing, was so exciting, sometimes so profound, that I persuaded her to give an hour or two day after day to the unknown writer, and after some half-dozen such hours offered to spend what remained of life explaining and piecing together those scattered sentences. ‘No,’ was the answer, ‘we have come to give you metaphors for poetry.’ “ Introduction to “A Vision” from ‘A Packet for Ezra Pound’ (1937) Spiritus Mundi “'Spiritus Mundi' was a term used by W.B. Yeats to describe the collective soul of the universe containing the memories of all time. From 'Spiritus Mundi,' Yeats believed, came all poets' inspiration. Spiritus Mundi is a Latin term that literally means “World spirit”. In Spiritus Mundi, there is, according to William Butler Yeats, “a universal memory and a ‘muse’ of sorts that provides inspiration to the poet or writer. To Yeats, Spiritus Mundi is the source of all ''images'' and ''symbols,'' a ''collective unconscious.''Spiritus Mundi” is difficult to understand.” “W.B. Yeats married a woman, Georgie (or George) Hyde-Lees, who was thirty years his junior. George was interested in the occult and astrology. One day, in an effort to assure her husband that he had made the right choice in marrying her (he had proposed to two other women before George), she started doing what she called 'automatic writing.' She would sit in a trance and write, often as Yeats asked her questions. Both Yeats and Georgie believed that they were receiving communication from a superior spiritual source, or being. Out of these sessions came Yeats' philosophy of Spiritus Mundi, among other ideas which he published in his book ‘Visions’.” William Butler Yeats Georgie Hyde-Lees Automatic Writing W. B. Yeats, George Hyde-Lees, and the Automatic Script Joan S Carberg, Preview “A Vision” by William Butler Yeats “The Nobel Prize in Literature 1923 was awarded to William Butler Yeats "for his always inspired poetry, which in a highly artistic form gives expression to the spirit of a whole nation."
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