J53; E202| Jerusalem
J53; E202| Chap 3.
J53.1; E202| But Los, who is the Vehicular Form of strong Urthona
J53.2; E202| Wept vehemently over Albion where Thames currents spring
J53.3; E202| From the rivers of Beulah; pleasant river! soft, mild, parent stream
J53.4; E202| And the roots of Albions Tree enterd the Soul of Los
J53.5; E202| As he sat before his Furnaces clothd in sackcloth of hair
J53.6; E202| In gnawing pain dividing him from his Emanation;
J53.7; E202| Inclosing all the Children of Los time after time.
J53.8; E202| Their Giant forms condensing into Nations & Peoples & Tongues t305
J53.9; E202| Translucent the Furnaces, of Beryll & Emerald immortal:
J53.10; E202| And Seven-fold each within other: incomprehensible
J53.11; E202| To the Vegetated Mortal Eye's perverted & single vision
J53.12; E202| The Bellows are the Animal Lungs. the hammers, the Animal Heart
J53.13; E202| The Furnaces, the Stomach for Digestion; terrible their fury
J53.14; E202| Like seven burning heavens rang'd from South to North
J53.15; E203| Here on the banks of the Thames, Los builded Golgonooza,
J53.16; E203| Outside of the Gates of the Human Heart, beneath Beulah
J53.17; E203| In the midst of the rocks of the Altars of Albion. In fears
J53.18; E203| He builded it, in rage & in fury. It is the Spiritual Fourfold
J53.19; E203| London: continually building & continually decaying desolate!
J53.20; E203| In eternal labours: loud the Furnaces & loud the Anvils
J53.21; E203| Of Death thunder incessant around the flaming Couches of
J53.22; E203| The Twentyfour Friends of Albion and round the awful Four
J53.23; E203| For the protection of the Twelve Emanations of Albions Sons
J53.24; E203| The Mystic Union of the Emanation in the Lord; Because t306
J53.25; E203| Man divided from his Emanation is a dark Spectre
J53.26; E203| His Emanation is an ever-weeping melancholy Shadow
J53.27; E203| But she is made receptive of Generation thro' mercy
J53.28; E203| In the Potters Furnace, among the Funeral Urns of Beulah
J53.29; E203| From Surrey hills, thro' Italy and Greece, to Hinnoms vale.
J54.1; E203| In Great Eternity, every particular Form gives forth or Emanates
J54.2; E203| Its own peculiar Light, & the Form is the Divine Vision
J54.3; E203| And the Light is his Garment This is Jerusalem in every Man
J54.4; E203| A Tent & Tabernacle of Mutual Forgiveness Male & Female Clothings.
J54.5; E203| And Jerusalem is called Liberty among the Children of Albion
J54.6; E203| But Albion fell down a Rocky fragment from Eternity hurld
J54.7; E203| By his own Spectre, who is the Reasoning Power in every Man
J54.8; E203| Into his own Chaos which is the Memory between Man & Man
J54.9; E203| The silent broodings of deadly revenge springing from the
J54.10; E203| All powerful parental affection, fills Albion from head to foot
J54.11; E203| Seeing his Sons assimilate with Luvah, bound in the bonds
J54.12; E203| Of spiritual Hate, from which springs Sexual Love as iron chains:
J54.13; E203| He tosses like a Cloud outstretchd among Jerusalems Ruins
J54.14; E203| Which overspread all the Earth, he groans among his ruind porches
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J54.15; E203| But the Spectre like a hoar frost & a Mildew rose over Albion
J54.16; E203| Saying, I am God O Sons of Men! I am your Rational Power!
J54.17; E203| Am I not Bacon & Newton & Locke who teach Humility to Man!
J54.18; E203| Who teach Doubt & Experiment & my two Wings Voltaire: Rousseau.
J54.19; E203| Where is that Friend of Sinners! that Rebel against my Laws!
J54.20; E204| Who teaches Belief to the Nations, & an unknown Eternal Life
J54.21; E204| Come hither into the Desart & turn these stones to bread.
J54.22; E204| Vain foolish Man! wilt thou believe without Experiment?
J54.23; E204| And build a World of Phantasy upon my Great Abyss!
J54.24; E204| A World of Shapes in craving lust & devouring appetite
J54.27; E204| Then Albion drew England into his bosom in groans & tears
J54.28; E204| But she stretchd out her starry Night in Spaces against him. like
J54.29; E204| A long Serpent, in the Abyss of the Spectre which augmented
J54.30; E204| The Night with Dragon wings coverd with stars & in the Wings
J54.31; E204| Jerusalem & Vala appeard: & above between the Wings magnificent
J54.32; E204| The Divine Vision dimly appeard in clouds of blood weeping.
J55.1; E204| When those who disregard all Mortal Things, saw a Mighty-One
J55.2; E204| Among the Flowers of Beulah still retain his awful strength
J55.3; E204| They wonderd; checking their wild flames & Many gathering
J55.4; E204| Together into an Assembly; they said, let us go down
J55.5; E204| And see these changes! Others said, If you do so prepare
J55.6; E204| For being driven from our fields, what have we to do with the Dead?
J55.7; E204| To be their inferiors or superiors we equally abhor;
J55.8; E204| Superior, none we know: inferior none: all equal share
J55.9; E204| Divine Benevolence & joy, for the Eternal Man
J55.10; E204| Walketh among us, calling us his Brothers & his Friends:
J55.11; E204| Forbidding us that Veil which Satan puts between Eve & Adam
J55.12; E204| By which the Princes of the Dead enslave their Votaries
J55.13; E204| Teaching them to form the Serpent of precious stones & gold
J55.14; E204| To sieze the Sons of Jerusalem & plant them in One Mans Loins
J55.15; E204| To make One Family of Contraries: that Joseph may be sold
J55.16; E204| Into Egypt: for Negation; a Veil the Saviour born & dying rends.
J55.19; E204| So saying, an eternal deed was done: in fiery flames
J55.20; E204| The Universal Conc[l]ave raged, such thunderous sounds as never t307
J55.21; E204| Were sounded from a mortal cloud, nor on Mount Sinai old
J55.22; E204| Nor in Havilah where the Cherub rolld his redounding flame.
J55.23; E204| Loud! loud! the Mountains lifted up their voices, loud the Forests
J55.24; E204| Rivers thunderd against their banks, loud Winds furious fought
J55.25; E204| Cities & Nations contended in fires & clouds & tempests.
J55.26; E204| The Seas raisd up their voices & lifted their hands on high
J55.27; E204| The Stars in their courses fought. the Sun! Moon! Heaven! Earth.
J55.28; E204| Contending for Albion & for Jerusalem his Emanation
J55.29; E204| And for Shiloh, the Emanation of France & for lovely Vala.
J55.30; E205| Then far the greatest number were about to make a Separation
J55.31; E205| And they Elected Seven, calld the Seven Eyes of God;
J55.32; E205| Lucifer, Molech, Elohim, Shaddai, Pahad, Jehovah, Jesus.
J55.33; E205| They namd the Eighth. he came not, he hid in Albions Forests
J55.34; E205| But first they said: (& their Words stood in Chariots in array
J55.35; E205| Curbing their Tygers with golden bits & bridles of silver & ivory)
J55.36; E205| Let the Human Organs be kept in their perfect Integrity
J55.37; E205| At will Contracting into Worms, or Expanding into Gods
J55.38; E205| And then behold! what are these Ulro Visions of Chastity[!]
J55.39; E205| Then as the moss upon the tree: or dust upon the plow:
J55.40; E205| Or as the sweat upon the labouring shoulder: or as the chaff
J55.41; E205| Of the wheat-floor or as the dregs of the sweet wine-press
J55.42; E205| Such are these Ulro Visions, for tho we sit down within
J55.43; E205| The plowed furrow, listning to the weeping clods till we
J55.44; E205| Contract or Expand Space at will: or if we raise ourselves
J55.45; E205| Upon the chariots of the morning. Contracting or Expanding Time!
J55.46; E205| Every one knows, we are One Family! One Man blessed for ever
J55.47; E205| Silence remaind & every one resumd his Human Majesty
J55.48; E205| And many conversed on these things as they labourd at the furrow
J55.49; E205| Saying: It is better to prevent misery, than to release from misery
J55.50; E205| It is better to prevent error, than to forgive the criminal:
J55.51; E205| Labour well the Minute Particulars, attend to the Little-ones:
J55.52; E205| And those who are in misery cannot remain so long
J55.53; E205| If we do but our duty: labour well the teeming Earth.
J55.54; E205| They Plow'd in tears, the trumpets sounded before the golden Plow
J55.55; E205| And the voices of the Living Creatures were heard in the clouds of heaven
J55.56; E205| Crying: Compell the Reasoner to Demonstrate with unhewn Demonstrations
J55.57; E205| Let the Indefinite be explored. and let every Man be judged
J55.58; E205| By his own Works, Let all Indefinites be thrown into Demonstrations
J55.59; E205| To be pounded to dust & melted in the Furnaces of Affliction:
J55.60; E205| He who would do good to another, must do it in Minute Particulars
J55.61; E205| General Good is the plea of the scoundrel hypocrite flatterer:
J55.62; E205| For Art & Science cannot exist but in minutely organized Particulars
J55.63; E205| And not in generalizing Demonstrations of the Rational Power.
J55.64; E205| The Infinite alone resides in Definite & Determinate Identity
J55.65; E205| Establishment of Truth depends on destruction of Falshood continually
J55.66; E205| On Circumcision: not on Virginity, O Reasoners of Albion
J55.67; E205| So cried they at the Plow. Albions Rock frowned above
J55.68; E205| And the Great Voice of Eternity rolled above terrible in clouds
J55.69; E205| Saying Who will go forth for us! & Who shall we send before our face?
J56.3; E206| What may Man be? who can tell! But what may Woman be?
J56.4; E206| To have power over Man from Cradle to corruptible Grave.
J56.5; E206| He who is an Infant, and whose Cradle is a Manger
J56.6; E206| Knoweth the Infant sorrow: whence it came, and where it goeth:
J56.7; E206| And who weave it a Cradle of the grass that withereth away.
J56.8; E206| This World is all a Cradle for the erred wandering Phantom:
J56.9; E206| Rock'd by Year, Month, Day & Hour; and every two Moments
J56.10; E206| Between, dwells a Daughter of Beulah, to feed the Human Vegetable
J56.11; E206| Entune: Daughters of Albion. your hymning Chorus mildly!
J56.12; E206| Cord of affection thrilling extatic on the iron Reel:
J56.13; E206| To the golden Loom of Love! to the moth-labourd Woof
J56.14; E206| A Garment and Cradle weaving for the infantine Terror:
J56.15; E206| For fear; at entering the gate into our World of cruel
J56.16; E206| Lamentation: it flee back & hide in Non-Entitys dark wild
J56.17; E206| Where dwells the Spectre of Albion: destroyer of Definite Form.
J56.18; E206| The Sun shall be a Scythed Chariot of Britain: the Moon; a Ship
J56.19; E206| In the British Ocean! Created by Los's Hammer; measured out
J56.20; E206| Into Days & Nights & Years & Months. to travel with my feet
J56.21; E206| Over these desolate rocks of Albion: O daughters of despair!
J56.22; E206| Rock the Cradle, and in mild melodies tell me where found
J56.23; E206| What you have enwoven with so much tears & care? so much
J56.24; E206| Tender artifice: to laugh: to weep: to learn: to know;
J56.25; E206| Remember! recollect! what dark befel in wintry days
J56.26; E206| O it was lost for ever! and we found it not: it came
J56.27; E206| And wept at our wintry Door: Look! look! behold! Gwendolen
J56.28; E206| Is become a Clod of Clay! Merlin is a Worm of the Valley!
J56.29; E206| Then Los uttered with Hammer & Anvil: Chaunt! revoice!
J56.30; E206| I mind not your laugh: and your frown I not fear! and
J56.31; E206| You must my dictate obey from your gold-beam'd Looms; trill
J56.32; E206| Gentle to Albions Watchman, on Albions mountains; reeccho
J56.33; E206| And rock the Cradle while! Ah me! Of that Eternal Man
J56.34; E206| And of the cradled Infancy in his bowels of compassion:
J56.35; E206| Who fell beneath his instruments of husbandry & became
J56.36; E206| Subservient to the clods of the furrow! the cattle and even
J56.37; E206| The emmet and earth-Worm are his superiors & his lords. t308
J56.41; E206| Los utter'd: swift as the rattling thunder upon the mountains[:]
J56.42; E206| Look back into the Church Paul! Look! Three Women around
J56.43; E206| The Cross! O Albion why didst thou a Female Will Create?
J57.1; E207| And the voices of Bath & Canterbury & York & Edinburgh. Cry
J57.2; E207| Over the Plow of Nations in the strong hand of Albion thundering along
J57.3; E207| Among the Fires of the Druid & the deep black rethundering Waters
J57.4; E207| Of the Atlantic which poured in impetuous loud loud. louder & louder.
J57.5; E207| And the Great Voice of the Atlantic howled over the Druid Altars:
J57.6; E207| Weeping over his Children in Stone-henge in Maiden & Colchester.
J57.7; E207| Round the Rocky Peak of Derbyshire London Stone & Rosamonds Bower
J57.8; E207| What is a Wife & what is a Harlot? What is a Church? & What
J57.9; E207| Is a Theatre? are they Two & not One? can they Exist Separate?
J57.10; E207| Are not Religion & Politics the Same Thing? Brotherhood is Religion
J57.11; E207| O Demonstrations of Reason Dividing Families in Cruelty & Pride!
J57.12; E207| But Albion fled from the Divine Vision, with the Plow of Nations enflaming
J57.13; E207| The Living Creatures maddend and Albion fell into the Furrow, and
J57.14; E207| The Plow went over him & the Living was Plowed in among the Dead
J57.15; E207| But his Spectre rose over the starry Plow. Albion fled beneath the Plow
J57.16; E207| Till he came to the Rock of Ages. & he took his Seat upon the Rock.
J58.1; E207| In beauty the Daughters of Albion divide & unite at will
J58.2; E207| Naked & drunk with blood Gwendolen dancing to the timbrel
J58.3; E207| Of War: reeling up the Street of London she divides in twain t310
J58.4; E207| Among the Inhabitants of Albion. the People fall around.
J58.5; E207| The Daughters of Albion. divide & unite in jealousy & cruelty
J58.6; E207| The Inhabitants of Albion at the Harvest & the Vintage
J58.7; E207| Feel their Brain cut round beneath the temples shrieking
J58.8; E207| Bonifying into a Scull, the Marrow exuding in dismal pain
J58.9; E207| They flee over the rocks bonifying: Horses: Oxen: feel the knife.
J58.10; E207| And while the Sons of Albion by severe War & Judgment, bonify
J58.11; E207| The Hermaphroditic Condensations are divided by the Knife
J58.12; E207| The obdurate Forms are cut asunder by jealousy & Pity.
J58.13; E207| Rational Philosophy and Mathematic Demonstration
J58.14; E207| Is divided in the intoxications of pleasure & affection
J58.15; E207| Two Contraries War against each other in fury & blood,
J58.16; E207| And Los fixes them on his Anvil, incessant his blows:
J58.17; E207| He fixes them with strong blows. placing the stones & timbers.
J58.18; E207| To Create a World of Generation from the World of Death:
J58.19; E207| Dividing the Masculine & Feminine: for the comingling
J58.20; E207| Of Albions & Luvahs Spectres was Hermaphroditic
J58.23; E208| Jordan sprang beneath its threshold bubbling from beneath
J58.24; E208| Its pillars: Euphrates ran under its arches: white sails
J58.25; E208| And silver oars reflect on its pillars, & sound on its ecchoing
J58.26; E208| Pavements: where walk the Sons of Jerusalem who remain Ungenerate
J58.27; E208| But the revolving Sun and Moon pass thro its porticoes,
J58.28; E208| Day & night, in sublime majesty & silence they revolve
J58.29; E208| And shine glorious within! Hand & Koban archd over the Sun
J58.30; E208| In the hot noon, as he traveld thro his journey; Hyle & Skofield
J58.31; E208| Archd over the Moon at midnight & Los Fixd them there,
J58.32; E208| With his thunderous Hammer; terrified the Spectres rage & flee
J58.33; E208| Canaan is his portico; Jordan is a fountain in his porch;
J58.34; E208| A fountain of milk & wine to relieve the traveller:
J58.35; E208| Egypt is the eight steps within. Ethiopia supports his pillars;
J58.36; E208| Lybia & the Lands unknown. are the ascent without;
J58.37; E208| Within is Asia & Greece, ornamented with exquisite art:
J58.38; E208| Persia & Media are his halls: his inmost hall is Great Tartary.
J58.39; E208| China & India & Siberia are his temples for entertainment
J58.40; E208| Poland & Russia & Sweden, his soft retired chambers
J58.41; E208| France & Spain & Italy & Denmark & Holland & Germany
J58.42; E208| Are the temples among his pillars. Britain is Los's Forge;
J58.43; E208| America North & South are his baths of living waters.
J58.44; E208| Such is the Ancient World of Urizen in the Satanic Void
J58.45; E208| Created from the Valley of Middlesex by Londons River
J58.46; E208| From Stone-henge and from London Stone, from Cornwall to Cathnes
J58.47; E208| The Four Zoa's rush around on all sides in dire ruin
J58.48; E208| Furious in pride of Selfhood the terrible Spectres of Albion
J58.49; E208| Rear their dark Rocks among the Stars of God: stupendous
J58.50; E208| Works! A World of Generation continually Creating; out of
J58.51; E208| The Hermaphroditic Satanic World of rocky destiny.
J59.2; E208| For the Veil of Vala which Albion cast into the Atlantic Deep
J59.3; E208| To catch the Souls of the Dead: began to Vegetate & Petrify
J59.4; E208| Around the Earth of Albion. among the Roots of his Tree
J59.5; E208| This Los formed into the Gates & mighty Wall, between the Oak
J59.6; E208| Of Weeping & the Palm of Suffering beneath Albions Tomb,
J59.7; E208| Thus in process of time it became the beautiful Mundane Shell,
J59.8; E208| The Habitation of the Spectres of the Dead & the Place
J59.9; E208| Of Redemption & of awaking again into Eternity
J59.10; E208| For Four Universes round the Mundane Egg remain Chaotic
J59.11; E208| One to the North; Urthona: One to the South; Urizen:
J59.12; E208| One to the East: Luvah: One to the West, Tharmas;
J59.13; E208| They are the Four Zoas that stood around the Throne Divine
J59.14; E208| Verulam: London: York & Edinburgh: their English names
J59.15; E208| But when Luvah assumed the World of Urizen Southward
J59.16; E209| And Albion was slain upon his Mountains & in his Tent.
J59.17; E209| All fell towards the Center, sinking downwards in dire ruin,
J59.18; E209| In the South remains a burning Fire: in the East. a Void
J59.19; E209| In the West, a World of raging Waters: in the North; solid Darkness
J59.20; E209| Unfathomable without end: but in the midst of these
J59.21; E209| Is Built eternally the sublime Universe of Los & Enitharmon
J59.22; E209| And in the North Gate, in the West of the North. toward Beulah
J59.23; E209| Cathedrons Looms are builded. and Los's Furnaces in the South
J59.24; E209| A wondrous golden Building immense with ornaments sublime
J59.25; E209| Is bright Cathedrons golden Hall, its Courts Towers & Pinnacles
J59.26; E209| And one Daughter of Los sat at the fiery Reel & another
J59.27; E209| Sat at the shining Loom with her Sisters attending round
J59.28; E209| Terrible their distress & their sorrow cannot be utterd
J59.29; E209| And another Daughter of Los sat at the Spinning Wheel
J59.30; E209| Endless their labour, with bitter food. void of sleep,
J59.31; E209| Tho hungry they labour: they rouze themselves anxious
J59.32; E209| Hour after hour labouring at the whirling Wheel
J59.33; E209| Many Wheels & as many lovely Daughters sit weeping
J59.34; E209| Yet the intoxicating delight that they take in their work
J59.35; E209| Obliterates every other evil; none pities their tears
J59.36; E209| Yet they regard not pity & they expect no one to pity
J59.37; E209| For they labour for life & love, regardless of any one
J59.38; E209| But the poor Spectres that they work for, always incessantly
J59.39; E209| They are mockd, by every one that passes by. they regard not
J59.40; E209| They labour; & when their Wheels are broken by scorn & malice
J59.41; E209| They mend them sorrowing with many tears & afflictions.
J59.42; E209| Other Daughters Weave on the Cushion & Pillow, Network fine
J59.43; E209| That Rahab & Tirzah may exist & live & breathe & love
J59.44; E209| Ah, that it could be as the Daughters of Beulah wish!
J59.45; E209| Other Daughters of Los, labouring at Looms less fine
J59.46; E209| Create the Silk-worm & the Spider & the Catterpiller
J59.47; E209| To assist in their most grievous work of pity & compassion
J59.48; E209| And others Create the wooly Lamb & the downy Fowl
J59.49; E209| To assist in the work: the Lamb bleats: the Sea-fowl cries
J59.50; E209| Men understand not the distress & the labour & sorrow
J59.51; E209| That in the Interior Worlds is carried on in fear & trembling
J59.52; E209| Weaving the shuddring fears & loves of Albions Families
J59.53; E209| Thunderous rage the Spindles of iron. & the iron Distaff
J59.54; E209| Maddens in the fury of their hands, Weaving in bitter tears
J59.55; E209| The Veil of Goats-hair & Purple & Scarlet & fine twined Linen
J60.3; E210| Spreading in bloody veins in torments over Europe & Asia;
J60.4; E210| Not yet formed but a wretched torment unformed & abyssal
J60.5; E210| In flaming fire; within the Furnaces the Divine Vision appeard
J60.6; E210| On Albions hills: often walking from the Furnaces in clouds
J60.7; E210| And flames among the Druid Temples & the Starry Wheels
J60.8; E210| Gatherd Jerusalems Children in his arms & bore them like
J60.9; E210| A Shepherd in the night of Albion which overspread all the Earth
J60.10; E210| I gave thee liberty and life O lovely Jerusalem
J60.11; E210| And thou hast bound me down upon the Stems of Vegetation
J60.12; E210| I gave thee Sheep-walks upon the Spanish Mountains Jerusalem
J60.13; E210| I gave thee Priams City and the Isles of Grecia lovely!
J60.14; E210| I gave thee Hand & Scofield & the Counties of Albion:
J60.15; E210| They spread forth like a lovely root into the Garden of God:
J60.16; E210| They were as Adam before me: united into One Man,
J60.17; E210| They stood in innocence & their skiey tent reachd over Asia
J60.18; E210| To Nimrods Tower to Ham & Canaan walking with Mizraim
J60.19; E210| Upon the Egyptian Nile, with solemn songs to Grecia
J60.20; E210| And sweet Hesperia even to Great Chaldea & Tesshina
J60.21; E210| Following thee as a Shepherd by the Four Rivers of Eden
J60.22; E210| Why wilt thou rend thyself apart, Jerusalem?
J60.23; E210| And build this Babylon & sacrifice in secret Groves,
J60.24; E210| Among the Gods of Asia: among the fountains of pitch & nitre
J60.25; E210| Therefore thy Mountains are become barren Jerusalem!
J60.26; E210| Thy Valleys, Plains of burning sand. thy Rivers: waters of death
J60.27; E210| Thy Villages die of the Famine and thy Cities
J60.28; E210| Beg bread from house to house, lovely Jerusalem
J60.29; E210| Why wilt thou deface thy beauty & the beauty of thy little-ones
J60.30; E210| To please thy Idols, in the pretended chastities of Uncircumcision[?]
J60.31; E210| Thy Sons are lovelier than Egypt or Assyria; wherefore
J60.32; E210| Dost thou blacken their beauty by a Secluded place of rest.
J60.33; E210| And a peculiar Tabernacle, to cut the integuments of beauty
J60.34; E210| Into veils of tears and sorrows O lovely Jerusalem!
J60.35; E210| They have perswaded thee to this, therefore their end shall come
J60.36; E210| And I will lead thee thro the Wilderness in shadow of my cloud
J60.37; E210| And in my love I will lead thee, lovely Shadow of Sleeping Albion.
J60.39; E210| But Jerusalem faintly saw him, closd in the Dungeons of Babylon
J60.40; E210| Her Form was held by Beulahs Daughters. but all within unseen
J60.41; E210| She sat at the Mills, her hair unbound her feet naked
J60.42; E210| Cut with the flints: her tears run down, her reason grows like
J60.43; E210| The Wheel of Hand. incessant turning day & night without rest
J60.44; E210| Insane she raves upon the winds hoarse, inarticulate:
J60.45; E210| All night Vala hears. she triumphs in pride of holiness
J60.46; E210| To see Jerusalem deface her lineaments with bitter blows
J60.47; E211| Of despair. while the Satanic Holiness triumphd in Vala
J60.48; E211| In a Religion of Chastity & Uncircumcised Selfishness
J60.49; E211| Both of the Head & Heart & Loins, closd up in Moral Pride.
J60.52; E211| O Lord & Saviour, have the Gods of the Heathen pierced thee?
J60.53; E211| Or hast thou been pierced in the House of thy Friends?
J60.54; E211| Art thou alive! & livest thou for-evermore? or art thou
J60.55; E211| Not: but a delusive shadow, a thought that liveth not. t311
J60.56; E211| Babel mocks saying, there is no God nor Son of God
J60.57; E211| That thou O Human Imagination, O Divine Body art all
J60.58; E211| A delusion. but I know thee O Lord when thou arisest upon
J60.59; E211| My weary eyes even in this dungeon & this iron mill.
J60.60; E211| The Stars of Albion cruel rise; thou bindest to sweet influences:
J60.61; E211| For thou also sufferest with me altho I behold thee not;
J60.62; E211| And altho I sin & blaspheme thy holy name, thou pitiest me;
J60.63; E211| Because thou knowest I am deluded by the turning mills.
J60.64; E211| And by these visions of pity & love because of Albions death.
J60.66; E211| Mild Shade of Man, pitiest thou these Visions of terror & woe!
J60.67; E211| Give forth thy pity & love. fear not! lo I am with thee always.
J60.68; E211| Only believe in me that I have power to raise from death
J60.69; E211| Thy Brother who Sleepeth in Albion: fear not trembling Shade
J61.3; E211| She looked & saw Joseph the Carpenter in Nazareth & Mary
J61.4; E211| His espoused Wife. And Mary said, If thou put me away from thee
J61.5; E211| Dost thou not murder me? Joseph spoke in anger & fury. Should I
J61.6; E211| Marry a Harlot & an Adulteress? Mary answerd, Art thou more pure
J61.7; E211| Than thy Maker who forgiveth Sins & calls again Her that is Lost
J61.8; E211| Tho She hates. he calls her again in love. I love my dear Joseph
J61.9; E211| But he driveth me away from his presence. yet I hear the voice of God
J61.10; E211| In the voice of my Husband. tho he is angry for a moment, he will not
J61.11; E211| Utterly cast me away. if I were pure, never could I taste the sweets
J61.12; E211| Of the Forgive[ne]ss of Sins! if I were holy! I never could behold the tears
J61.13; E211| Of love! of him who loves me in the midst of his anger in furnace of fire.
J61.14; E211| Ah my Mary: said Joseph: weeping over & embracing her closely in
J61.15; E211| His arms: Doth he forgive Jerusalem & not exact Purity from her who is
J61.16; E211| Polluted. I heard his voice in my sleep O his Angel in my dream:
J61.17; E212| Saying, Doth Jehovah Forgive a Debt only on condition that it shall
J61.18; E212| Be Payed? Doth he Forgive Pollution only on conditions of Purity
J61.19; E212| That Debt is not Forgiven! That Pollution is not Forgiven
J61.20; E212| Such is the Forgiveness of the Gods, the Moral Virtues of the
J61.21; E212| Heathen, whose tender Mercies are Cruelty. But Jehovahs Salvation
J61.22; E212| Is without Money & without Price, in the Continual Forgiveness of Sins
J61.23; E212| In the Perpetual Mutual Sacrifice in Great Eternity! for behold!
J61.24; E212| There is none that liveth & Sinneth not! And this is the Covenant
J61.25; E212| Of Jehovah: If you Forgive one-another, so shall Jehovah Forgive You:
J61.26; E212| That He Himself may Dwell among You. Fear not then to take
J6127; E212| To thee Mary thy Wife, for she is with Child by the Holy Ghost
J61.28; E212| Then Mary burst forth into a Song! she flowed like a River of
J61.29; E212| Many Streams in the arms of Joseph & gave forth her tears of joy
J61.30; E212| Like many waters, and Emanating into gardens & palaces upon
J61.31; E212| Euphrates & to forests & floods & animals wild & tame from
J61.32; E212| Gihon to Hiddekel, & to corn fields & villages & inhabitants
J61.33; E212| Upon Pison & Arnon & Jordan. And I heard the voice among
J61.34; E212| The Reapers Saying, Am I Jerusalem the lost Adulteress? or am I
J61.35; E212| Babylon come up to Jerusalem? And another voice answerd Saying
J61.36; E212| Does the voice of my Lord call me again? am I pure thro his Mercy
J61.37; E212| And Pity. Am I become lovely as a Virgin in his sight who am
J61.38; E212| Indeed a Harlot drunken with the Sacrifice of Idols does he
J61.39; E212| Call her pure as he did in the days of her Infancy when She
J61.40; E212| Was cast out to the loathing of her person. The Chaldean took
J61.41; E212| Me from my Cradle. The Amalekite stole me away upon his Camels
J61.42; E212| Before I had ever beheld with love the Face of Jehovah; or known
J61.43; E212| That there was a God of Mercy: O Mercy O Divine Humanity!
J61.44; E212| O Forgiveness & Pity & Compassion! If I were Pure I should never
J61.45; E212| Have known Thee; If I were Unpolluted I should never have
J61.46; E212| Glorified thy Holiness, or rejoiced in thy great Salvation.
J61.47; E212| Mary leaned her side against Jerusalem, Jerusalem recieved
J61.48; E212| The Infant into her hands in the Visions of Jehovah. Times passed on
J61.49; E212| Jerusalem fainted over the Cross & Sepulcher She heard the voice
J61.50; E212| Wilt thou make Rome thy Patriarch Druid & the Kings of Europe his
J61.51; E212| Horsemen? Man in the Resurrection changes his Sexual Garments at will
J61.52; E212| Every Harlot was once a Virgin: every Criminal an Infant Love!
J62.2; E212| Jerusalem replied. I am an outcast: Albion is dead!
J62.3; E212| I am left to the trampling foot & the spurning heel!
J62.4; E212| A Harlot I am calld. I am sold from street to street!
J62.5; E212| I am defaced with blows & with the dirt of the Prison!
J62.6; E213| And wilt thou become my Husband O my Lord & Saviour?
J62.7; E213| Shall Vala bring thee forth! shall the Chaste be ashamed also?
J62.8; E213| I see the Maternal Line, I behold the Seed of the Woman!
J62.9; E213| Cainah, & Ada & Zillah & Naamah Wife of Noah.
J62.10; E213| Shuahs daughter & Tamar & Rahab the Canaanites:
J62.11; E213| Ruth the Moabite & Bathsheba of the daughters of Heth
J62.12; E213| Naamah the Ammonite, Zibeah the Philistine, & Mary
J62.13; E213| These are the Daughters of Vala, Mother of the Body of death
J62.14; E213| But I thy Magdalen behold thy Spiritual Risen Body
J62.15; E213| Shall Albion arise? I know he shall arise at the Last Day!
J62.16; E213| I know that in my flesh I shall see God: but Emanations
J62.17; E213| Are weak. they know not whence they are, nor whither tend.
J62.18; E213| Jesus replied. I am the Resurrection & the Life.
J62.19; E213| I Die & pass the limits of possibility, as it appears
J62.20; E213| To individual perception. Luvah must be Created
J62.21; E213| And Vala; for I cannot leave them in the gnawing Grave.
J62.22; E213| But will prepare a way for my banished-ones to return
J62.23; E213| Come now with me into the villages. walk thro all the cities.
J62.24; E213| Tho thou art taken to prison & judgment, starved in the streets
J62.25; E213| I will command the cloud to give thee food & the hard rock
J62.26; E213| To flow with milk & wine, tho thou seest me not a season
J62.27; E213| Even a long season & a hard journey & a howling wilderness!
J62.28; E213| Tho Valas cloud hide thee & Luvahs fires follow thee!
J62.29; E213| Only believe & trust in me, Lo. I am always with thee!
J62.30; E213| So spoke the Lamb of God while Luvahs Cloud reddening above
J62.31; E213| Burst forth in streams of blood upon the heavens & dark night
J62.32; E213| Involvd Jerusalem. & the Wheels of Albions Sons turnd hoarse
J62.33; E213| Over the Mountains & the fires blaz'd on Druid Altars
J62.34; E213| And the Sun set in Tyburns Brook where Victims howl & cry.
J62.35; E213| But Los beheld the Divine Vision among the flames of the Furnaces
J62.36; E213| Therefore he lived & breathed in hope. but his tears fell incessant
J62.37; E213| Because his Children were closd from him apart: & Enitharmon
J62.38; E213| Dividing in fierce pain: also the Vision of God was closd in clouds
J62.39; E213| Of Albions Spectres, that Los in despair oft sat, & often ponderd
J62.40; E213| On Death Eternal in fierce shudders upon the mountains of Albion
J62.41; E213| Walking: & in the vales in howlings fierce, then to his Anvils
J62.42; E213| Turning, anew began his labours, tho in terrible pains!
J63.1; E213| Jehovah stood among the Druids in the Valley of Annandale
J63.2; E213| When the Four Zoas of Albion, the Four Living Creatures, the Cherubim
J63.3; E213| Of Albion tremble before the Spectre, in the starry likeness of the Plow
J63.4; E213| Of Nations. And their Names are Urizen & Luvah & Tharmas & Urthona
J63.5; E214| Luvah slew Tharmas the Angel of the Tongue & Albion brought him t312
J63.6; E214| To Justice in his own City of Paris, denying the Resurrection
J63.7; E214| Then Vala the Wife of Albion, who is the Daughter of Luvah
J63.8; E214| Took vengeance Twelve-fold among the Chaotic Rocks of the Druids
J63.9; E214| Where the Human Victims howl to the Moon & Thor & Friga
J63.10; E214| Dance the dance of death contending with Jehovah among the Cherubim.
J63.11; E214| The Chariot Wheels filled with Eyes rage along the howling Valley
J63.12; E214| In the Dividing of Reuben & Benjamin bleeding from Chesters River
J63.13; E214| The Giants & the Witches & the Ghosts of Albion dance with
J63.14; E214| Thor & Friga, & the Fairies lead the Moon along the Valley of Cherubim
J63.15; E214| Bleeding in torrents from Mountain to Mountain, a lovely Victim
J63.16; E214| And Jehovah stood in the Gates of the Victim, & he appeared
J63.17; E214| A weeping Infant in the Gates of Birth in the midst of Heaven
J63.18; E214| The Cities & Villages of Albion became Rock & Sand Unhumanized
J63.19; E214| The Druid Sons of Albion & the Heavens a Void around unfathomable
J63.20; E214| No Human Form but Sexual & a little weeping Infant pale reflected
J63.21; E214| Multitudinous in the Looking Glass of Enitharmon, on all sides
J63.22; E214| Around in the clouds of the Female, on Albions Cliffs of the Dead
J63.23; E214| Such the appearance in Cheviot: in the Divisions of Reuben
J63.24; E214| When the Cherubim hid their heads under their wings in deep slumbers
J63.25; E214| When the Druids demanded Chastity from Woman & all was lost.
J63.26; E214| How can the Female be Chaste O thou stupid Druid Cried Los
J63.27; E214| Without the Forgiveness of Sins in the merciful clouds of Jehovah
J63.28; E214| And without the Baptism of Repentance to wash away Calumnies. and
J63.29; E214| The Accusations of Sin that each may be Pure in their Neighbours sight
J63.30; E214| O when shall Jehovah give us Victims from his Flocks & Herds
J63.31; E214| Instead of Human Victims by the Daughters of Albion & Canaan
J63.32; E214| Then laugh'd Gwendolen & her laughter shook the Nations & Familys of
J63.33; E214| The Dead beneath Beulah from Tyburn to Golgotha, and from
J63.34; E214| Ireland to Japan. furious her Lions & Tygers & Wolves sport before
J63.35; E214| Los on the Thames & Medway. London & Canterbury groan in pain
J63.36; E214| Los knew not yet what was done: he thought it was all in Vision
J63.37; E214| In Visions of the Dreams of Beulah among the Daughters of Albion
J63.38; E214| Therefore the Murder was put apart in the Looking-Glass of Enitharmon
J63.42; E215| And all the Land of Canaan suspended over the Valley of Cheviot
J63.43; E215| From Bashan to Tyre & from Troy to Gaza of the Amalekite
J63.44; E215| And Reuben fled with his head downwards among the Caverns
J64.1; E215| Of the Mundane Shell which froze on all sides round Canaan on
J64.2; E215| The vast Expanse: where the Daughters of Albion Weave the Web
J64.3; E215| Of Ages & Generations, folding & unfolding it, like a Veil of Cherubim
J64.4; E215| And sometimes it touches the Earths summits, & sometimes spreads
J64.5; E215| Abroad into the Indefinite Spectre, who is the Rational Power.
J64.6; E215| Then All the Daughters of Albion became One before Los: even Vala!
J64.7; E215| And she put forth her hand upon the Looms in dreadful howlings
J64.8; E215| Till she vegetated into a hungry Stomach & a devouring Tongue.
J64.9; E215| Her Hand is a Court of Justice, her Feet: two Armies in Battle
J64.10; E215| Storms & Pestilence: in her Locks: & in her Loins Earthquake.
J64.11; E215| And Fire. & the Ruin of Cities & Nations & Families & Tongues
J64.12; E215| She cries: The Human is but a Worm, & thou O Male: Thou art
J64.13; E215| Thyself Female, a Male: a breeder of Seed: a Son & Husband: & Lo.
J64.14; E215| The Human Divine is Womans Shadow, a Vapor in the summers heat
J64.15; E215| Go assume Papal dignity thou Spectre, thou Male Harlot! Arthur
J64.16; E215| Divide into the Kings of Europe in times remote O Woman-born
J64.17; E215| And Woman-nourishd & Woman-educated & Woman-scorn'd!
J64.18; E215| Wherefore art thou living? said Los, & Man cannot live in thy presence
J64.19; E215| Art thou Vala the Wife of Albion O thou lovely Daughter of Luvah
J64.20; E215| All Quarrels arise from Reasoning. the secret Murder, and
J64.21; E215| The violent Man-slaughter. these are the Spectres double Cave
J64.22; E215| The Sexual Death living on accusation of Sin & judgment
J64.23; E215| To freeze Love & Innocence into the gold & silver of the Merchant
J64.24; E215| Without Forgiveness of Sin Love is Itself Eternal Death
J64.25; E215| Then the Spectre drew Vala into his bosom magnificent terrific
J64.26; E215| Glittering with precious stones & gold, with Garments of blood & fire
J64.27; E215| He wept in deadly wrath of the Spectre, in self-contradicting agony
J64.28; E215| Crimson with Wrath & green with jealousy dazling with Love
J64.29; E215| And jealousy immingled & the purple of the violet darkend deep
J64.30; E215| Over the Plow of Nations thundring in the hand of Albions Spectre
J64.31; E215| A dark Hermaphrodite they stood frowning upon Londons River
J64.32; E215| And the Distaff & Spindle in the hands of Vala with the Flax of
J64.33; E215| Human Miseries turnd fierce with the Lives of Men along the Valley
J64.34; E215| As Reuben fled before the Daughters of Albion Taxing the Nations
J64.35; E216| Derby Peak yawnd a horrid Chasm at the Cries of Gwendolen, & at
J64.36; E216| The stamping feet of Ragan upon the flaming Treddles of her Loom
J64.37; E216| That drop with crimson gore with the Loves of Albion & Canaan
J64.38; E216| Opening along the Valley of Rephaim, weaving over the Caves of Machpelah
J65.1; E216| To decide Two Worlds with a great decision: a World of Mercy, and
J65.2; E216| A World of Justice: the World of Mercy for Salvation
J65.3; E216| To cast Luvah into the Wrath, and Albion into the Pity
J65.4; E216| In the Two Contraries of Humanity & in the Four Regions.
J65.5; E216| For in the depths of Albions bosom in the eastern heaven,
J65.6; E216| They sound the clarions strong! they chain the howling Captives!
J65.7; E216| They cast the lots into the helmet: they give the oath of blood in Lambeth
J65.8; E216| They vote the death of Luvah, & they naild him to Albions Tree in Bath:
J65.9; E216| They staind him with poisonous blue, they inwove him in cruel roots
J65.10; E216| To die a death of Six thousand years bound round with vegetation
J65.11; E216| The sun was black & the moon rolld a useless globe thro Britain!
J65.12; E216| Then left the Sons of Urizen the plow & harrow, the loom
J65.13; E216| The hammer & the chisel, & the rule & compasses; from London fleeing
J65.14; E216| They forg'd the sword on Cheviot, the chariot of war & the battle-ax,
J65.15; E216| The trumpet fitted to mortal battle, & the flute of summer in Annandale
J65.16; E216| And all the Arts of Life. they changd into the Arts of Death in Albion.
J65.17; E216| The hour-glass contemnd because its simple workmanship.
J65.18; E216| Was like the workmanship of the plowman, & the water wheel,
J65.19; E216| That raises water into cisterns: broken & burnd with fire:
J65.20; E216| Because its workmanship. was like the workmanship of the shepherd.
J65.21; E216| And in their stead, intricate wheels invented, wheel without wheel:
J65.22; E216| To perplex youth in their outgoings, & to bind to labours in Albion
J65.23; E216| Of day & night the myriads of eternity that they may grind
J65.24; E216| And polish brass & iron hour after hour laborious task!
J65.25; E216| Kept ignorant of its use, that they might spend the days of wisdom
J65.26; E216| In sorrowful drudgery, to obtain a scanty pittance of bread:
J65.27; E216| In ignorance to view a small portion & think that All,
J65.28; E216| And call it Demonstration: blind to all the simple rules of life.
J65.29; E216| Now: now the battle rages round thy tender limbs O Vala
J65.30; E216| Now smile among thy bitter tears: now put on all thy beauty
J65.31; E216| Is not the wound of the sword sweet! & the broken bone delightful?
J65.32; E216| Wilt thou now smile among the scythes when the wounded groan in the field[?]
J65.33; E216| We were carried away in thousands from London; & in tens
J65.34; E216| Of thousands from Westminster & Marybone in ships closd up:
J65.35; E217| Chaind hand & foot, compelld to fight under the iron whips
J65.36; E217| Of our captains; fearing our officers more than the enemy.
J65.37; E217| Lift up thy blue eyes Vala & put on thy sapphire shoes:
J65.38; E217| O melancholy Magdalen behold the morning over Malden break;
J65.39; E217| Gird on thy flaming zone, descend into the sepulcher of Canterbury.
J65.40; E217| Scatter the blood from thy golden brow, the tears from thy silver locks:
J65.41; E217| Shake off the waters from thy wings! & the dust from thy white garments
J65.42; E217| Remember all thy feigned terrors on the secret couch of Lambeths Vale
J65.43; E217| When the sun rose in glowing morn, with arms of mighty hosts
J65.44; E217| Marching to battle who was wont to rise with Urizens harps
J65.45; E217| Girt as a sower with his seed to scatter life abroad over Albion:
J65.46; E217| Arise O Vala! bring the bow of Urizen: bring the swift arrows of light.
J65.47; E217| How rag'd the golden horses of Urizen, compelld to the chariot of love!
J65.48; E217| Compelld to leave the plow to the ox, to snuff up the winds of desolation
J65.49; E217| To trample the corn fields in boastful neighings: this is no gentle harp
J65.50; E217| This is no warbling brook, nor shadow of a mirtle tree:
J65.51; E217| But blood and wounds and dismal cries, and shadows of the oak:
J65.52; E217| And hearts laid open to the light, by the broad grizly sword:
J65.53; E217| And bowels hid in hammerd steel rip'd quivering on the ground.
J65.54; E217| Call forth thy smiles of soft deceit: call forth thy cloudy tears:
J65.55; E217| We hear thy sighs in trumpets shrill when morn shall blood renew.
J65.56; E217| So sang the Spectre Sons of Albion round Luvahs Stone of Trial:
J65.57; E217| Mocking and deriding at the writhings of their Victim on Salisbury:
J65.58; E217| Drinking his Emanation in intoxicating bliss rejoicing in Giant dance;
J65.59; E217| For a Spectre has no Emanation but what he imbibes from decieving
J65.60; E217| A Victim! Then he becomes her Priest & she his Tabernacle.
J65.61; E217| And his Oak Grove, till the Victim rend the woven Veil.
J65.62; E217| In the end of his sleep when Jesus calls him from his grave t313
J65.63; E217| Howling the Victims on the Druid Altars yield their souls
J65.64; E217| To the stern Warriors: lovely sport the Daughters round their Victims;
J65.65; E217| Drinking their lives in sweet intoxication. hence arose from Bath
J65.66; E217| Soft deluding odours, in spiral volutions intricately winding
J65.67; E217| Over Albions mountains, a feminine indefinite cruel delusion.
J65.68; E217| Astonishd: terrified & in pain & torment. Sudden they behold
J65.69; E217| Their own Parent the Emanation of their murderd Enemy
J65.70; E217| Become their Emanation and their Temple and Tabernacle
J65.71; E217| They knew not. this Vala was their beloved Mother Vala Albions Wife.
J65.72; E217| Terrified at the sight of the Victim: at his distorted sinews!
J65.73; E217| The tremblings of Vala vibrate thro' the limbs of Albions Sons:
J65.74; E217| While they rejoice over Luvah in mockery & bitter scorn:
J65.75; E217| Sudden they become like what they behold in howlings & deadly pain.
J65.76; E217| Spasms smite their features, sinews & limbs: pale they look on one another.
J65.77; E218| They turn, contorted: their iron necks bend unwilling towards
J65.78; E218| Luvah: their lips tremble: their muscular fibres are crampd & smitten
J65.79; E218| They become like what they behold! Yet immense in strength & power,
J66.1; E218| In awful pomp & gold, in all the precious unhewn stones of Eden
J66.2; E218| They build a stupendous Building on the Plain of Salisbury; with chains
J66.3; E218| Of rocks round London Stone: of Reasonings: of unhewn Demonstrations
J66.4; E218| In labyrinthine arches. (Mighty Urizen the Architect.) thro which
J66.5; E218| The Heavens might revolve & Eternity be bound in their chain.
J66.6; E218| Labour unparallelld! a wondrous rocky World of cruel destiny
J66.7; E218| Rocks piled on rocks reaching the stars: stretching from pole to pole.
J66.8; E218| The Building is Natural Religion & its Altars Natural Morality
J66.9; E218| A building of eternal death: whose proportions are eternal despair
J66.10; E218| Here Vala stood turning the iron Spindle of destruction
J66.11; E218| From heaven to earth: howling! invisible! but not invisible
J66.12; E218| Her Two Covering Cherubs afterwards named Voltaire & Rousseau:
J66.13; E218| Two frowning Rocks: on each side of the Cove & Stone of Torture:
J66.14; E218| Frozen Sons of the feminine Tabernacle of Bacon, Newton & Locke.
J66.15; E218| For Luvah is France: the Victim of the Spectres of Albion.
J66.16; E218| Los beheld in terror: he pour'd his loud storms on the Furnaces:
J66.17; E218| The Daughters of Albion clothed in garments of needle work
J66.18; E218| Strip them off from their shoulders and bosoms, they lay aside
J66.19; E218| Their garments; they sit naked upon the Stone of trial.
J66.20; E218| The Knife of flint passes over the howling Victim: his blood
J66.21; E218| Gushes & stains the fair side of the fair Daug[h]ters of Albion.
J66.22; E218| They put aside his curls; they divide his seven locks upon
J66.23; E218| His forehead: they bind his forehead with thorns of iron
J66.24; E218| They put into his hand a reed, they mock: Saying: Behold
J66.25; E218| The King of Canaan whose are seven hundred chariots of iron!
J66.26; E218| They take off his vesture whole with their Knives of flint:
J66.27; E218| But they cut asunder his inner garments: searching with
J66.28; E218| Their cruel fingers for his heart, & there they enter in pomp,
J66.29; E218| In many tears; & there they erect a temple & an altar:
J66.30; E218| They pour cold water on his brain in front, to cause.
J66.31; E218| Lids to grow over his eyes in veils of tears: and caverns
J66.32; E218| To freeze over his nostrils, while they feed his tongue from cups
J66.33; E218| And dishes of painted clay. Glowing with beauty & cruelty:
J66.34; E218| They obscure the sun & the moon; no eye can look upon them.
J66.35; E218| Ah! alas! at the sight of the Victim, & at sight of those who are smitten,
J66.36; E218| All who see. become what they behold. their eyes are coverd
J66.37; E218| With veils of tears and their nostrils & tongues shrunk up
J66.38; E218| Their ear bent outwards. as their Victim, so are they in the pangs
J66.39; E218| Of unconquerable fear! amidst delights of revenge Earth-shaking!
J66.40; E219| And as their eye & ear shrunk, the heavens shrunk away
J66.41; E219| The Divine Vision became First a burning flame, then a column
J66.42; E219| Of fire, then an awful fiery wheel surrounding earth & heaven:
J66.43; E219| And then a globe of blood wandering distant in all unknown night:
J66.44; E219| Afar into the unknown night the mountains fled away:
J66.45; E219| Six months of mortality; a summer: & six months of mortality; a winter:
J66.46; E219| The Human form began to be alterd by the Daughters of Albion
J66.47; E219| And the perceptions to be dissipated into the Indefinite. Becoming
J66.48; E219| A mighty Polypus nam'd Albions Tree: they tie the Veins
J66.49; E219| And Nerves into two knots: & the Seed into a double knot:
J66.50; E219| They look forth: the Sun is shrunk: the Heavens are shrunk
J66.51; E219| Away into the far remote: and the Trees & Mountains witherd
J66.52; E219| Into indefinite cloudy shadows in darkness & separation.
J66.53; E219| By Invisible hatreds adjoind, they seem remote and separate
J66.54; E219| From each other; and yet are a Mighty Polypus in the Deep!
J66.55; E219| As the Misletoe grows on the Oak, so Albions Tree on Eternity: Lo!
J66.56; E219| He who will not comingle in Love, must be adjoind by Hate
J66.57; E219| They look forth from Stone-henge! from the Cove round London Stone
J66.58; E219| They look on one another: the mountain calls out to the mountain:
J66.59; E219| Plinlimmon shrunk away: Snowdon trembled: the mountains
J66.60; E219| Of Wales & Scotland beheld the descending War: the routed flying:
J66.61; E219| Red run the streams of Albion: Thames is drunk with blood:
J66.62; E219| As Gwendolen cast the shuttle of war: as Cambel returnd the beam.
J66.63; E219| The Humber & the Severn: are drunk with the blood of the slain:
J66.64; E219| London feels his brain cut round: Edinburghs heart is circumscribed!
J66.65; E219| York & Lincoln hide among the flocks, because of the griding Knife.
J66.66; E219| Worcester & Hereford: Oxford & Cambridge reel & stagger,
J66.67; E219| Overwearied with howling: Wales & Scotland alone sustain the fight!
J66.68; E219| The inhabitants are sick to death: they labour to divide into Days
J66.69; E219| And Nights, the uncertain Periods: and into Weeks & Months. In vain
J66.70; E219| They send the Dove & Raven: & in vain the Serpent over the mountains.
J66.71; E219| And in vain the Eagle & Lion over the four-fold wilderness.
J66.72; E219| They return not: but generate in rocky places desolate.
J66.73; E219| They return not; but build a habitation separate from Man.
J66.74; E219| The Sun forgets his course like a drunken man; he hesitates,
J66.75; E219| Upon the Cheselden hills, thinking to sleep on the Severn
J66.76; E219| In vain: he is hurried afar into an unknown Night
J66.77; E219| He bleeds in torrents of blood as he rolls thro heaven above
J66.78; E219| He chokes up the paths of the sky; the Moon is leprous as snow:
J66.79; E219| Trembling & descending down seeking to rest upon high Mona:
J66.80; E219| Scattering her leprous snows in flakes of disease over Albion.
J66.81; E219| The Stars flee remote: the heaven is iron, the earth is sulphur,
J66.82; E219| And all the mountains & hills shrink up like a withering gourd,
J66.83; E219| As the Senses of Men shrink together under the Knife of flint,
J66.84; E219| In the hands of Albions Daughters, among the Druid Temples.
J67.2; E220| And the Twelve Daughters of Albion united in Rahab & Tirzah
J67.3; E220| A Double Female: and they drew out from the Rocky Stones
J67.4; E220| Fibres of Life to Weave[,] for every Female is a Golden Loom
J67.5; E220| The Rocks are opake hardnesses covering all Vegetated things
J67.6; E220| And as they Wove & Cut from the Looms in various divisions
J67.7; E220| Stretching over Europe & Asia from Ireland to Japan
J67.8; E220| They divided into many lovely Daughters to be counterparts
J67.9; E220| To those they Wove, for when they Wove a Male, they divided
J67.10; E220| Into a Female to the Woven Male. in opake hardness
J67.11; E220| They cut the Fibres from the Rocks groaning in pain they Weave;
J67.12; E220| Calling the Rocks Atomic Origins of Existence; denying Eternity
J67.13; E220| By the Atheistical Epicurean Philosophy of Albions Tree
J67.14; E220| Such are the Feminine & Masculine when separated from Man
J67.15; E220| They call the Rocks Parents of Men, & adore the frowning Chaos
J67.16; E220| Dancing around in howling pain clothed in the bloody Veil.
J67.17; E220| Hiding Albions Sons within the Veil, closing Jerusalems
J67.18; E220| Sons without; to feed with their Souls the Spectres of Albion
J67.19; E220| Ashamed to give Love openly to the piteous & merciful Man
J67.20; E220| Counting him an imbecile mockery: but the Warrior
J67.21; E220| They adore: & his revenge cherish with the blood of the Innocent
J67.22; E220| They drink up Dan & Gad, to feed with milk Skofeld & Kotope
J67.23; E220| They strip off Josephs Coat & dip it in the blood of battle
J67.24; E220| Tirzah sits weeping to hear the shrieks of the dying: her Knife
J67.25; E220| Of flint is in her hand: she passes it over the howling Victim
J67.26; E220| The Daughters Weave their Work in loud cries over the Rock
J67.27; E220| Of Horeb! still eyeing Albions Cliffs eagerly siezing & twisting
J67.28; E220| The threads of Vala & Jerusalem running from mountain to mountain
J67.29; E220| Over the whole Earth: loud the Warriors rage in Beth Peor
J67.30; E220| Beneath the iron whips of their Captains & consecrated banners
J67.31; E220| Loud the Sun & Moon rage in the conflict: loud the Stars
J67.32; E220| Shout in the night of battle & their spears grow to their hands
J67.33; E220| With blood, weaving the deaths of the Mighty into a Tabernacle
J67.34; E220| For Rahab & Tirzah; till the Great Polypus of Generation coverd the Earth
J67.35; E220| In Verulam the Polypus's Head, winding around his bulk
J67.36; E220| Thro Rochester, and Chichester, & Exeter & Salisbury,
J67.37; E220| To Bristol: & his Heart beat strong on Salisbury Plain
J67.38; E220| Shooting out Fibres round the Earth, thro Gaul & Italy
J67.39; E220| And Greece, & along the Sea of Rephaim into Judea
J67.40; E220| To Sodom & Gomorrha: thence to India, China & Japan
J67.41; E220| The Twelve Daughters in Rahab & Tirzah have circumscribd the Brain
J67.42; E220| Beneath & pierced it thro the midst with a golden pin.
J67.43; E220| Blood hath staind her fair side beneath her bosom.
J67.44; E221| O thou poor Human Form! said she. O thou poor child of woe!
J67.45; E221| Why wilt thou wander away from Tirzah: why me compel to bind thee[!]
J67.46; E221| If thou dost go away from me I shall consume upon these Rocks
J67.47; E221| These fibres of thine eyes that used to beam in distant heavens
J67.48; E221| Away from me: I have bound down with a hot iron.
J67.49; E221| These nostrils that expanded with delight in morning skies
J67.50; E221| I have bent downward with lead melted in my roaring furnaces
J67.51; E221| Of affliction; of love; of sweet despair; of torment unendurable
J67.52; E221| My soul is seven furnaces, incessant roars the bellows
J67.53; E221| Upon my terribly flaming heart, the molten metal runs
J67.54; E221| In channels thro my fiery limbs: O love! O pity! O fear!
J67.55; E221| O pain! O the pangs, the bitter pangs of love forsaken
J67.56; E221| Ephraim was a wilderness of joy where all my wild beasts ran
J67.57; E221| The River Kanah wanderd by my sweet Manassehs side
J67.58; E221| To see the boy spring into heavens sounding from my sight!
J67.59; E221| Go Noah fetch the girdle of strong brass, heat it red-hot:
J67.60; E221| Press it around the loins of this ever expanding cruelty
J67.61; E221| Shriek not so my only love! I refuse thy joys: I drink
J67.62; E221| Thy shrieks because Hand & Hyle are cruel & obdurate to me
J68.1; E221| O Skofield why art thou cruel? Lo Joseph is thine! to make
J68.2; E221| You One: to weave you both in the same mantle of skin
J68.3; E221| Bind him down Sisters bind him down on Ebal. Mount of cursing:
J68.4; E221| Malah come forth from Lebanon: & Hoglah from Mount Sinai:
J68.5; E221| Come circumscribe this tongue of sweets & with a screw of iron
J68.6; E221| Fasten this ear into the rock! Milcah the task is thine
J68.7; E221| Weep not so Sisters! weep not so! our life depends on this
J68.8; E221| Or mercy & truth are fled away from Shechem & Mount Gilead
J68.9; E221| Unless my beloved is bound upon the Stems of Vegetation
J68.11; E221| Look: the beautiful Daughter of Albion sits naked upon the Stone
J68.12; E221| Her panting Victim beside her: her heart is drunk with blood
J68.13; E221| Tho her brain is not drunk with wine: she goes forth from Albion
J68.14; E221| In pride of beauty: in cruelty of holiness: in the brightness
J68.15; E221| Of her tabernacle, & her ark & secret place, the beautiful Daughter
J68.16; E221| Of Albion, delights the eyes of the Kings. their hearts & the
J68.17; E221| Hearts of their Warriors glow hot before Thor & Friga. O Molech!
J68.18; E221| O Chemosh! O Bacchus! O Venus! O Double God of Generation
J68.19; E221| The Heavens are cut like a mantle around from the Cliffs of Albion
J68.20; E221| Across Europe; across Africa; in howlings & deadly War
J68.21; E221| A sheet & veil & curtain of blood is let down from Heaven
J68.22; E221| Across the hills of Ephraim & down Mount Olivet to
J68.23; E221| The Valley of the Jebusite: Molech rejoices in heaven
J68.24; E221| He sees the Twelve Daughters naked upon the Twelve Stones
J68.25; E222| Themselves condensing to rocks & into the Ribs of a Man
J68.26; E222| Lo they shoot forth in tender Nerves across Europe & Asia
J68.27; E222| Lo they rest upon the Tribes, where their panting Victims lie
J68.28; E222| Molech rushes into the Kings in love to the beautiful Daughters
J68.29; E222| But they frown & delight in cruelty, refusing all other joy
J68.30; E222| Bring your Offerings, your first begotten: pamperd with milk & blood
J68.31; E222| Your first born of seven years old: be they Males or Females:
J68.32; E222| To the beautiful Daughters of Albion! they sport before the Kings
J68.33; E222| Clothed in the sin of the Victim! blood! human blood! is the life
J68.34; E222| And delightful food of the Warrior: the well fed Warriors flesh
J68.35; E222| Of him who is slain in War: fills the Valleys of Ephraim with
J68.36; E222| Breeding Women walking in pride & bringing forth under green trees
J68.37; E222| With pleasure, without pain, for their food is. blood of the Captive
J68.38; E222| Molech rejoices thro the Land from Havilah to Shur: he rejoices
J68.39; E222| In moral law & its severe penalties: loud Shaddai & Jehovah
J68.40; E222| Thunder above: when they see the Twelve panting Victims
J68.41; E222| On the Twelve Stones of Power, & the beautiful Daughters of Albion
J68.42; E222| If you dare rend their Veil with your Spear; you are healed of Love!
J68.43; E222| From the Hills of Camberwell & Wimbledon: from the Valleys
J68.44; E222| Of Walton & Esher: from Stone-henge & from Maldens Cove
J68.45; E222| Jerusalems Pillars fall in the rendings of fierce War
J68.46; E222| Over France & Germany: upon the Rhine & Danube
J68.47; E222| Reuben & Benjamin flee; they hide in the Valley of Rephaim
J68.48; E222| Why trembles the Warriors limbs when he beholds thy beauty
J68.49; E222| Spotted with Victims blood: by the fires of thy secret tabernacle
J68.50; E222| And thy ark & holy place: at thy frowns: at thy dire revenge
J68.51; E222| Smitten as Uzzah of old: his armour is softend; his spear
J68.52; E222| And sword faint in his hand, from Albion across Great Tartary
J68.53; E222| O beautiful Daughter of Albion: cruelty is thy delight
J68.54; E222| O Virgin of terrible eyes, who dwellest by Valleys of springs
J68.55; E222| Beneath the Mountains of Lebanon, in the City of Rehob in Hamath
J68.56; E222| Taught to touch the harp: to dance in the Circle of Warriors
J68.57; E222| Before the Kings of Canaan: to cut the flesh from the Victim
J68.58; E222| To roast the flesh in fire: to examine the Infants limbs
J68.59; E222| In cruelties of holiness: to refuse the joys of love: to bring
J68.60; E222| The Spies from Egypt, to raise jealousy in the bosoms of the Twelve
J68.61; E222| Kings of Canaan: then to let the Spies depart to Meribah Kadesh
J68.62; E222| To the place of the Amalekite; I am drunk with unsatiated love
J68.63; E222| I must rush again to War: for the Virgin has frownd & refusd
J68.64; E222| Sometimes I curse & sometimes bless thy fascinating beauty
J68.65; E222| Once Man was occupied in intellectual pleasures & energies
J68.66; E222| But now my soul is harrowd with grief & fear & love & desire
J68.67; E222| And now I hate & now I love & Intellect is no more:
J68.68; E222| There is no time for any thing but the torments of love & desire
J68.69; E222| The Feminine & Masculine Shadows soft, mild & ever varying
J68.70; E222| In beauty: are Shadows now no more, but Rocks in Horeb
J69.1; E223| Then all the Males combined into One Male & every one t314
J69.2; E223| Became a ravening eating Cancer growing in the Female
J69.3; E223| A Polypus of Roots of Reasoning Doubt Despair & Death.
J69.4; E223| Going forth & returning from Albions Rocks to Canaan:
J69.5; E223| Devouring Jerusalem from every Nation of the Earth.
J69.6; E223| Envying stood the enormous Form at variance with Itself
J69.7; E223| In all its Members: in eternal torment of love & jealousy:
J69.8; E223| Drivn forth by Los time after time from Albions cliffy shore,
J69.9; E223| Drawing the free loves of Jerusalem into infernal bondage;
J69.10; E223| That they might be born in contentions of Chastity & in
J69.11; E223| Deadly Hate between Leah & Rachel, Daughters of Deceit & Fraud
J69.12; E223| Bearing the Images of various Species of Contention
J69.13; E223| And Jealousy & Abhorrence & Revenge & deadly Murder.
J69.14; E223| Till they refuse liberty to the male; & not like Beulah
J69.15; E223| Where every Female delights to give her maiden to her husband
J69.16; E223| The Female searches sea & land for gratification to the
J69.17; E223| Male Genius: who in return clothes her in gems & gold
J69.18; E223| And feeds her with the food of Eden. hence all her beauty beams
J69.19; E223| She Creates at her will a little moony night & silence
J69.20; E223| With Spaces of sweet gardens & a tent of elegant beauty:
J69.21; E223| Closed in by a sandy desart & a night of stars shining.
J69.22; E223| And a little tender moon & hovering angels on the wing.
J69.23; E223| And the Male gives a Time & Revolution to her Space
J69.24; E223| Till the time of love is passed in ever varying delights
J69.25; E223| For All Things Exist in the Human Imagination
J69.26; E223| And thence in Beulah they are stolen by secret amorous theft,
J69.27; E223| Till they have had Punishment enough to make them commit Crimes
J69.28; E223| Hence rose the Tabernacle in the Wilderness & all its Offerings,
J69.29; E223| From Male & Female Loves in Beulah & their Jealousies
J69.30; E223| But no one can consummate Female bliss in Los's World without
J69.31; E223| Becoming a Generated Mortal, a Vegetating Death
J69.32; E223| And now the Spectres of the Dead awake in Beulah: all
J69.33; E223| The Jealousies become Murderous: uniting together in Rahab
J69.34; E223| A Religion of Chastity, forming a Commerce to sell Loves
J69.35; E223| With Moral Law, an Equal Balance, not going down with decision
J69.36; E223| Therefore the Male severe & cruel filld with stern Revenge:
J69.37; E223| Mutual Hate returns & mutual Deceit & mutual Fear.
J69.38; E223| Hence the Infernal Veil grows in the disobedient Female:
J69.39; E223| Which Jesus rends & the whole Druid Law removes away
J69.40; E223| From the Inner Sanctuary: a False Holiness hid within the Center,
J69.41; E223| For the Sanctuary of Eden. is in the Camp: in the Outline,
J69.42; E223| In the Circumference: & every Minute Particular is Holy:
J69.43; E223| Embraces are Cominglings: from the Head even to the Feet;
J69.44; E223| And not a pompous High Priest entering by a Secret Place.
J70.3; E224| His bosom wide & shoulders huge overspreading wondrous
J70.4; E224| Bear Three strong sinewy Necks & Three awful & terrible Heads
J70.5; E224| Three Brains in contradictory council brooding incessantly.
J70.6; E224| Neither daring to put in act its councils, fearing each-other,
J70.7; E224| Therefore rejecting Ideas as nothing & holding all Wisdom
J70.8; E224| To consist. in the agreements & disagree[me]nts of Ideas.
J70.9; E224| Plotting to devour Albions Body of Humanity & Love.
J70.10; E224| Such Form the aggregate of the Twelve Sons of Albion took; & such
J70.11; E224| Their appearance when combind: but often by birth-pangs & loud groans
J70.12; E224| They divide to Twelve: the key-bones & the chest dividing in pain
J70.13; E224| Disclose a hideous orifice; thence issuing the Giant-brood
J70.14; E224| Arise as the smoke of the furnace, shaking the rocks from sea to sea.
J70.15; E224| And there they combine into Three Forms, named Bacon & Newton & Locke,
J70.16; E224| In the Oak Groves of Albion which overspread all the Earth.
J70.17; E224| Imputing Sin & Righteousness to Individuals; Rahab
J70.18; E224| Sat deep within him hid: his Feminine Power unreveal'd
J70.19; E224| Brooding Abstract Philosophy. to destroy Imagination, the Divine-
J70.20; E224| -Humanity A Three-fold Wonder: feminine: most beautiful: Three-fold
J70.21; E224| Each within other. On her white marble & even Neck, her Heart
J70.22; E224| Inorb'd and bonified: with locks of shadowing modesty, shining
J70.23; E224| Over her beautiful Female features, soft flourishing in beauty
J70.24; E224| Beams mild, all love and all perfection, that when the lips
J70.25; E224| Recieve a kiss from Gods or Men, a threefold kiss returns
J70.26; E224| From the pressd loveliness: so her whole immortal form three-fold
J70.27; E224| Three-fold embrace returns: consuming lives of Gods & Men
J70.28; E224| In fires of beauty melting them as gold & silver in the furnace
J70.29; E224| Her Brain enlabyrinths the whole heaven of her bosom & loins
J70.30; E224| To put in act what her Heart wills; O who can withstand her power
J70.31; E224| Her name is Vala in Eternity: in Time her name is Rahab
J71.1; E224| And above Albions Land was seen the Heavenly Canaan
J71.2; E224| As the Substance is to the Shadow: and above Albions Twelve Sons
J71.3; E224| Were seen Jerusalems Sons: and all the Twelve Tribes spreading
J71.4; E224| Over Albion. As the Soul is to the Body, so Jerusalems Sons,
J71.5; E224| Are to the Sons of Albion: and Jerusalem is Albions Emanation
J71.6; E225| What is Above is Within, for every-thing in Eternity is translucent:
J71.7; E225| The Circumference is Within: Without, is formed the Selfish Center
J71.8; E225| And the Circumference still expands going forward to Eternity.
J71.9; E225| And the Center has Eternal States! these States we now explore.
J71.10; E225| And these the Names of Albions Twelve Sons, & of his Twelve Daughters
J71.11; E225| With their Districts. Hand dwelt in Selsey & had Sussex & Surrey
J71.12; E225| And Kent & Middlesex: all their Rivers & their Hills, of flocks & herds:
J71.13; E225| Their Villages Towns Cities Sea-Ports Temples sublime Cathedrals;
J71.14; E225| All were his Friends & their Sons & Daughters intermarry in Beulah
J71.15; E225| For all are Men in Eternity. Rivers Mountains Cities Villages,
J71.16; E225| All are Human & when you enter into their Bosoms you walk
J71.17; E225| In Heavens & Earths; as in your own Bosom you bear your Heaven
J71.18; E225| And Earth, & all you behold, tho it appears Without it is Within
J71.19; E225| In your Imagination of which this World of Mortality is but a Shadow.
J71.20; E225| Hyle dwelt in Winchester comprehending Hants Dorset Devon Cornwall.
J71.21; E225| Their Villages Cities SeaPorts, their Corn fields & Gardens spacious
J71.22; E225| Palaces, Rivers & Mountains, and between Hand & Hyle arose
J71.23; E225| Gwendolen & Cambel who is Boadicea: they go abroad & return
J71.24; E225| Like lovely beams of light from the mingled affections of the Brothers
J71.25; E225| The Inhabitants of the whole Earth rejoice in their beautiful light.
J71.26; E225| Coban dwelt in Bath. Somerset Wiltshire Gloucestershire,
J71.27; E225| Obeyd his awful voice Ignoge is his lovely Emanation;
J71.28; E225| She adjoind with Gwantokes Children, soon lovely Cordella arose.
J71.29; E225| Gwantoke forgave & joyd over South Wales & all its Mountains.
J71.38; E225| Skofeld had Ely Rutland Cambridge Huntingdon Norfolk
J71.39; E225| Suffolk Hartford & Essex: & his Emanation is Gwinevera
J71.40; E225| Beautiful, she beams towards the east, all kinds of precious stones
J71.41; E225| And pearl, with instruments Of music in holy Jerusalem
J71.46; E226| Bowen had all Scotland, the Isles, Northumberland & Cumberland
J71.47; E226| His Emanation is Conwenna, she shines a triple form
J71.48; E226| Over the north with pearly beams gorgeous & terrible
J71.49; E226| Jerusalem & Vala rejoice in Bowen & Conwenna.
J71.50; E226| But the Four Sons of Jerusalem that never were Generated
J71.51; E226| Are Rintrah and Palamabron and Theotormon and Bromion. They
J71.52; E226| Dwell over the Four Provinces of Ireland in heavenly light
J71.53; E226| The Four Universities of Scotland, & in Oxford & Cambridge & Winchester
J71.56; E226| And Los shouted with ceaseless shoutings & his tears poured down
J71.57; E226| His immortal cheeks, rearing his hands to heaven for aid Divine!
J71.58; E226| But he spoke not to Albion: fearing lest Albion should turn his Back
J71.59; E226| Against the Divine Vision: & fall over the Precipice of Eternal Death.
J71.60; E226| But he receded before Albion & before Vala weaving the Veil
J71.61; E226| With the iron shuttle of War among the rooted Oaks of Albion;
J71.62; E226| Weeping & shouting to the Lord day & night; and his Children
J71.63; E226| Wept round him as a flock silent Seven Days of Eternity
J72.1; E226| And the Thirty-two Counties of the Four Provinces of Ireland
J72.2; E226| Are thus divided: The Four Counties are in the Four Camps
J72.3; E226| Munster South in Reubens Gate, Connaut West in Josephs Gate
J72.4; E226| Ulster North in Dans Gate, Leinster East in Judahs Gate
J72.5; E226| For Albion in Eternity has Sixteen Gates among his Pillars
J72.6; E226| But the Four towards the West were Walled up & the Twelve
J72.7; E226| That front the Four other Points were turned Four Square
J72.8; E226| By Los for Jerusalems sake & called the Gates of Jerusalem
J72.9; E226| Because Twelve Sons of Jerusalem fled successive thro the Gates
J72.10; E226| But the Four Sons of Jerusalem who fled not but remaind
J72.11; E226| Are Rintrah & Palamabron & Theotormon & Bromion
J72.12; E226| The Four that remain with Los to guard the Western Wall
J72.13; E226| And these Four remain to guard the Four Walls of Jerusalem
J72.14; E226| Whose foundations remain in the Thirty-two Counties of Ireland
J72.15; E226| And in Twelve Counties of Wales, & in the Forty Counties
J72.16; E226| Of England & in the Thirty-six Counties of Scotland
J72.17; E226| And the names of the Thirty-two Counties of Ireland are these
J72.18; E226| Under Judah & Issachar & Zebulun are Lowth Longford
J72.19; E226| Eastmeath Westmeath Dublin Kildare Kings County
J72.20; E226| Queens County Wicklow Catherloh Wexford Kilkenny
J72.21; E227| And those under Reuben & Simeon & Levi are these
J72.22; E227| Waterford Tipperary Cork Limerick Kerry Clare
J72.23; E227| And those under Ephraim Manasseh & Benjamin are these
J72.24; E227| Galway Roscommon Mayo Sligo Leitrim
J72.25; E227| And those under Dan Asher & Napthali are these
J72.26; E227| Donnegal Antrim Tyrone Fermanagh Armagh Londonderry
J72.27; E227| Down Managhan Cavan. These are the Land of Erin
J72.28; E227| All these Center in London & in Golgonooza. from whence
J72.29; E227| They are Created continually East & West & North & South
J72.30; E227| And from them are Created all the Nations of the Earth
J72.31; E227| Europe & Asia & Africa & America, in fury Fourfold!
J72ill; E227| [<image>Continually Building. Continually Decaying because of
J72ill; E227| Love & Jealousy</image]
J72.32; E227| And Thirty-two the Nations: to dwell in Jerusalems Gates
J72.33; E227| O Come ye Nations Come ye People Come up to Jerusalem
J72.34; E227| Return Jerusalem & dwell together as of old! Return
J72.35; E227| Return! O Albion let Jerusalem overspread all Nations
J72.36; E227| As in the times of old! O Albion awake! Reuben wanders
J72.37; E227| The Nations wait for Jerusalem. they look up for the Bride
J72.38; E227| France Spain Italy Germany Poland Russia Sweden Turkey
J72.39; E227| Arabia Palestine Persia Hindostan China Tartary Siberia
J72.40; E227| Egypt Lybia Ethiopia Guinea Caffraria Negroland Morocco
J72.41; E227| Congo Zaara Canada Greenland Carolina Mexico
J72.42; E227| Peru Patagonia Amazonia Brazil. Thirty-two Nations
J72.43; E227| And under these Thirty-two Classes of Islands in the Ocean
J72.44; E227| All the Nations Peoples & Tongues throughout all the Earth
J72.45; E227| And the Four Gates of Los surround the Universe Within and
J72.46; E227| Without; & whatever is visible in the Vegetable Earth, the same
J72.47; E227| Is visible in the Mundane Shell; reversd in mountain & vale
J72.48; E227| And a Son of Eden was set over each Daughter of Beulah to guard
J72.49; E227| In Albions Tomb the wondrous Creation: & the Four-fold Gate
J72.50; E227| Towards Beulah is to the South[.] Fenelon, Guion, Teresa,
J72.51; E227| Whitefield & Hervey, guard that Gate; with all the gentle Souls
J72.52; E227| Who guide the great Wine-press of Love; Four precious stones that Gate:
J73.2; E228| And Los's Furnaces howl loud; living: self-moving: lamenting
J73.3; E228| With fury & despair, & they stretch from South to North
J73.4; E228| Thro all the Four Points: Lo! the Labourers at the Furnaces
J73.5; E228| Rintrah & Palamabron, Theotormon & Bromion, loud labring
J73.6; E228| With the innumerable multitudes of Golgonooza, round the Anvils
J73.7; E228| Of Death. But how they came forth from the Furnaces & how long
J73.8; E228| Vast & severe the anguish eer they knew their Father; were
J73.9; E228| Long to tell & of the iron rollers, golden axle-trees & yokes
J73.10; E228| Of brass, iron chains & braces & the gold, silver & brass
J73.11; E228| Mingled or separate: for swords; arrows; cannons; mortars
J73.12; E228| The terrible ball: the wedge: the loud sounding hammer of destruction
J73.13; E228| The sounding flail to thresh: the winnow: to winnow kingdoms
J73.14; E228| The water wheel & mill of many innumerable wheels resistless
J73.15; E228| Over the Four fold Monarchy from Earth to the Mundane Shell.
J73.16; E228| Perusing Albions Tomb in the starry characters of Og & Anak:
J73.17; E228| To Create the lion & wolf the bear: the tyger & ounce:
J73.18; E228| To Create the wooly lamb & downy fowl & scaly serpent
J73.19; E228| The summer & winter: day & night: the sun & moon & stars
J73.20; E228| The tree: the plant: the flower: the rock: the stone: the metal:
J73.21; E228| Of Vegetative Nature: by their hard restricting condensations.
J73.22; E228| Where Luvahs World of Opakeness grew to a period: It
J73.23; E228| Became a Limit, a Rocky hardness without form & void
J73.24; E228| Accumulating without end: here Los. who is of the Elohim
J73.25; E228| Opens the Furnaces of affliction in the Emanation
J73.26; E228| Fixing The Sexual into an ever-prolific Generation
J73.27; E228| Naming the Limit of Opakeness Satan & the Limit of Contraction
J73.28; E228| Adam, who is Peleg & Joktan: & Esau & Jacob: & Saul & David
J73.29; E228| Voltaire insinuates that these Limits are the cruel work of God
J73.30; E228| Mocking the Remover of Limits & the Resurrection of the Dead
J73.31; E228| Setting up Kings in wrath: in holiness of Natural Religion
J73.32; E228| Which Los with his mighty Hammer demolishes time on time
J73.33; E228| In miracles & wonders in the Four-fold Desart of Albion
J73.34; E228| Permanently Creating to be in Time Reveald & Demolishd
J73.35; E228| Satan Cain Tubal Nimrod Pharoh Priam Bladud Belin
J73.36; E228| Arthur Alfred the Norman Conqueror Richard John
J73.37; E228| [Edward Henry Elizabeth James Charles William George] t316
J73.38; E228| And all the Kings & Nobles of the Earth & all their Glories
J73.39; E228| These are Created by Rahab & Tirzah in Ulro: but around
J73.40; E229| These, to preserve them from Eternal Death Los Creates
J73.41; E229| Adam Noah Abraham Moses Samuel David Ezekiel
J73.42; E229| [Pythagoras Socrates Euripedes Virgil Dante Milton] t317
J73.43; E229| Dissipating the rocky forms of Death, by his thunderous Hammer
J73.44; E229| As the Pilgrim passes while the Country permanent remains
J73.45; E229| So Men pass on: but States remain permanent for ever
J73.46; E229| The Spectres of the Dead howl round the porches of Los
J73.47; E229| In the terrible Family feuds of Albions cities & villages
J73.48; E229| To devour the Body of Albion, hungring & thirsting & ravning
J73.49; E229| The Sons of Los clothe them & feed, & provide houses & gardens
J73.50; E229| And every Human Vegetated Form in its inward recesses
J73.51; E229| Is a house of ple[as]antness & a garden of delight Built by the
J73.52; E229| Sons & Daughters of Los in Bowlahoola & in Cathedron
J74.1; E229| The Four Zoa's clouded rage; Urizen stood by Albion
J74.2; E229| With Rintrah and Palamabron and Theotormon and Bromion
J74.3; E229| These Four are Verulam & London & York & Edinburgh
J74.4; E229| And the Four Zoa's are Urizen & Luvah & Tharmas & Urthona
J74.5; E229| In opposition deadly, and their Wheels in poisonous
J74.6; E229| And deadly stupor turn'd against each other loud & fierce
J74.7; E229| Entering into the Reasoning Power, forsaking Imagination
J74.8; E229| They became Spectres; & their Human Bodies were reposed
J74.9; E229| In Beulah, by the Daughters of Beulah with tears & lamentations
J74.10; E229| The Spectre is the Reasoning Power in Man; & when separated
J74.11; E229| From Imagination, and closing itself as in steel, in a Ratio
J74.12; E229| Of the Things of Memory. It thence frames Laws & Moralities
J74.13; E229| To destroy Imagination! the Divine Body, by Martyrdoms & Wars
J74.14; E229| Teach me O Holy Spirit the Testimony of Jesus! let me
J74.15; E229| Comprehend wonderous things out of the Divine Law
J74.16; E229| I behold Babylon in the opening Street of London, I behold
J74.17; E229| Jerusalem in ruins wandering about from house to house
J74.18; E229| This I behold the shudderings of death attend my steps
J74.19; E229| I walk up and down in Six Thousand Years: their Events are present before me
J74.20; E229| To tell how Los in grief & anger, whirling round his Hammer on high
J74.21; E229| Drave the Sons & Daughters of Albion from their ancient mountains
J74.22; E229| They became the Twelve Gods of Asia Opposing the Divine Vision
J74.23; E229| The Sons of Albion are Twelve: the Sons of Jerusalem Sixteen
J74.24; E229| I tell how Albions Sons by Harmonies of Concords & Discords
J74.25; E229| Opposed to Melody, and by Lights & Shades, opposed to Outline
J74.26; E229| And by Abstraction opposed to the Visions of Imagination
J74.27; E230| By cruel Laws divided Sixteen into Twelve Divisions
J74.28; E230| How Hyle roofd Los in Albions Cliffs by the Affections rent
J74.29; E230| Asunder & opposed to Thought, to draw Jerusalems Sons
J74.30; E230| Into the Vortex of his Wheels. therefore Hyle is called Gog
J74.31; E230| Age after age drawing them away towards Babylon
J74.32; E230| Babylon, the Rational Morality deluding to death the little ones
J74.33; E230| In strong temptations of stolen beauty; I tell how Reuben slept
J74.34; E230| On London Stone & the Daughters of Albion ran around admiring
J74.35; E230| His awful beauty: with Moral Virtue the fair deciever; offspring
J74.36; E230| Of Good & Evil, they divided him in love upon the Thames & sent
J74.37; E230| Him over Europe in streams of gore out of Cathedrons Looms
J74.38; E230| How Los drave them from Albion & they became Daughters of Canaan
J74.39; E230| Hence Albion was calld the Canaanite & all his Giant Sons.
J74.40; E230| Hence is my Theme. O Lord my Saviour open thou the Gates
J74.41; E230| And I will lead forth thy Words, telling how the Daughters
J74.42; E230| Cut the Fibres of Reuben, how he rolld apart & took Root
J74.43; E230| In Bashan, terror-struck Albions Sons look toward Bashan
J74.44; E230| They have divided Simeon he also rolld apart in blood
J74.45; E230| Over the Nations till he took Root beneath the shining Looms
J74.46; E230| Of Albions Daughters in Philistea by the side of Amalek
J74.47; E230| They have divided Levi: he hath shot out into Forty eight Roots
J74.48; E230| Over the Land of Canaan: they have divided Judah
J74.49; E230| He hath took Root in Hebron, in the Land of Hand & Hyle
J74.50; E230| Dan: Napthali: Gad: Asher: Issachar: Zebulun: roll apart
J74.51; E230| From all the Nations of the Earth to dissipate into Non Entity
J74.52; E230| I see a Feminine Form arise from the Four terrible Zoas
J74.53; E230| Beautiful but terrible struggling to take a form of beauty
J74.54; E230| Rooted in Shechem: this is Dinah, the youthful form of Erin
J74.55; E230| The Wound I see in South Molton S[t]reet & Stratford place
J74.56; E230| Whence Joseph & Benjamin rolld apart away from the Nations
J74.57; E230| In vain they rolld apart; they are fixd into the Land of Cabul
J75.1; E230| And Rahab Babylon the Great hath destroyed Jerusalem
J75.2; E230| Bath stood upon the Severn with Merlin & Bladud & Arthur
J75.3; E230| The Cup of Rahab in his hand: her Poisons Twenty-seven-fold
J75.4; E230| And all her Twenty-seven Heavens now hid & now reveal'd
J75.5; E230| Appear in strong delusive light of Time & Space drawn out
J75.6; E230| In shadowy pomp by the Eternal Prophet created evermore
J75.7; E230| For Los in Six Thousand Years walks up & down continually
J75.8; E230| That not one Moment of Time be lost & every revolution
J75.9; E230| Of Space he makes permanent in Bowlahoola & Cathedron.
J75.12; E231| Methuselah, Lamech; these are the Giants mighty, Hermaphroditic
J75.13; E231| Noah, Shem, Arphaxad, Cainan the Second, Salah, Heber,
J75.14; E231| Peleg, Reu, Serug, Nahor, Terah: these are the Female Males:
J75.15; E231| A Male within a Female hid as in an Ark & Curtains.
J75.16; E231| Abraham, Moses, Solomon, Paul, Constantine, Charlemaine,
J75.17; E231| Luther. these Seven are the Male Females: the Dragon Forms
J75.18; E231| The Female hid within a Male: thus Rahab is reveald
J75.19; E231| Mystery Babylon the Great: the Abomination of Desolation
J75.20; E231| Religion hid in War: a Dragon red, & hidden Harlot
J75.21; E231| But Jesus breaking thro' the Central Zones of Death & Hell
J75.22; E231| Opens Eternity in Time & Space; triumphant in Mercy
J75.23; E231| Thus are the Heavens formd by Los within the Mundane Shell
J75.24; E231| And where Luther ends Adam begins again in Eternal Circle
J75.25; E231| To awake the Prisoners of Death; to bring Albion again
J75.26; E231| With Luvah into light eternal, in his eternal day.
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