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Imagier Publishing
UK publisher of radical spirituality and esoteric thought
UK publisher of radical spirituality and esoteric thought


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 This fascinating description concerning the Sanctuary of Light is taken from The Pilgrimage, a spiritual novel by Allan Armstrong. Published by Imagier Publishing in 2012    

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Check this out, tis fascinating!

Just a note to say hello to all of you that have honoured my small publishing company by allowing me into your circles.

My main objective is sharing the currency of spiritual ideas via books & audios, and, hopefully videos, although videos might well be beyond my nous.

I will try not to irritate or bore you with repetition, although I cant promise that right now as I am trying to get the hang of sharing & stuff. Truly, I'm no techie; wish that I were!

With thanks and looking forward to interesting times

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THE PILGRIMAGE by Allan Armstrong
softcover; ISBN: 978-1-910216-04-0;
211 pages; Price: £8.99

The Pilgrimage  relates the story of Stefan, a man sickened by the endless wars that have blighted his life. Stefan leaves his homeland to seek the legendary land of his ancestors and encounters the mysterious Brother Marcus, and, with this strange monk he sets out on a journey to a hidden monastery.

But this narrative is more than a simple tale of adventure. As it unfolds, the reader is led into an allegorical exploration of temple symbolism that reveals truths about the secret life of the soul, a life that is central to those individuals that have heard the call of the Holy Spirit, and who are compelled to undertake a pilgrimage that leads them into the inner sanctum of Creation.

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I am introducing Imagier Publishing. It is a small UK publisher of radical spirituality dedicated to making available contemporary and past works that have served as sources of inspiration in the formation and evolution of much of Western culture and civilisation.

I intend to post extracts from the books Imagier publish, and to keep people informed about related activities. I trust this is ok, but do let me know if it is not.

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softcover; ISBN: 978-1-910216-06-4;
140 pages; 9 b/w illus.Price: £12.50

An introduction to the most significant English exponents of the Alchemical Mysteries of the pre-enlightenment era. They believed, as did the Greek philosophers before them, that all metals were based on a combination of the four elements, Earth, Air, Fire and Water. In order to change a base metal into gold it was only necessary to rearrange the proportions of these elements to achieve that of the noble metal. This could be achieved with the aid of a secret catalyst - the Philosopher’s Stone. The main concern of the alchemist has been, and continues to be, the search for and preparation of this enigmatic substance.

By tradition alchemists have observed a discreet silence about the processes of this art, but some chose to pass on to posterity their knowledge. It is, however, a veiled and encoded legacy, for even at their clearest their texts are often most obscure – and deliberately so, for the alchemists recognised the need to keep their secrets hidden from the greedy and the casually curious. Yet, in spite of its mystery, perhaps because of it, alchemy continues to fascinate many of the great minds of successive generations and it is yet possible for the dedicated student to penetrate the symbolic veil of the Secret Art.

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softcover; ISBN: 978-0-9568789-9-1
114 pagers; 13 b/w illus. Price £12.50

In Glastonbury: Origins of the Sacred T.F. Hopkinson-Ball provides a concise and objective overview of the evolution of Glastonbury’s medieval foundation story.

Tracing the story’s development from its beginning in the tenth century to its final flowering in the sixteenth, the context in which it took root is explored and the sacred objects, events and phenomena which contributed to its growth are considered.

By exploring this largely forgotten story, the reader will discover why Glastonbury was dubbed England’s ‘holyest erth’, and will begin to appreciate the reasons still underlying Glastonbury’s attraction for so many people today. 
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