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A collection of last essays by the English author and philosopher John Michell. A paladin for traditional orthodoxies, in each of these short essays Michell confronts the boojums and panjandrums of our age with unabashed rigour and mordant wit.
Rules and Revelations contains more than fifty essays not previously anthologised in 'Confessions of a Radical Traditionalist.'
Kindle Edition, 114 pages
Published November 16th 2012 by Argonaut Books
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Dec 29, 2012 Jason Goodwin rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
The follow-on from Confessions Of A Radical Traditionalist, this Kindle e-book contains John Michell's last fifty three essays for the Oldie Magazine. Reading them will change you perceptions of the world, and ought to make you wiser and happier. It should be required reading for Darwinists, bankers, atheists, art collectors and crooks of a humorous turn of mind.
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John Frederick Carden Michell was an English writer whose key sources of inspiration were Plato and Charles Fort. His 1969 volume The View Over Atlantis has been described as probably the most influential book in the history of the hippy/underground movement and one that had far-reaching effects on the study of strange phenomena: it "put ley lines on the map, re-enchanted the British landscape and ...more
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