The Hidden Adept & the Inner Vision Robert John Stewart

ISBN: 9780985600600

Published: August 1st 2012

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246 pages


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The Hidden Adept & the Inner Vision  by  Robert John Stewart

The Hidden Adept & the Inner Vision by Robert John Stewart
August 1st 2012 | Paperback | PDF, EPUB, FB2, DjVu, AUDIO, mp3, ZIP | 246 pages | ISBN: 9780985600600 | 4.43 Mb

The Hidden Adept tells the remarkable story of Alfred Ronald Heaver (Zadok), his partner Polly Wood, and their roles in the spiritual revival of the 20th century. Shot down during the First World War, A.R.H. received disabling spinal injuries. WithinMoreThe Hidden Adept tells the remarkable story of Alfred Ronald Heaver (Zadok), his partner Polly Wood, and their roles in the spiritual revival of the 20th century.

Shot down during the First World War, A.R.H. received disabling spinal injuries. Within a few years he had cured himself by unorthodox methods, working with spiritual Fire through an alchemical Kabbalistic method.In 1934 A.R.H. buried a thaumaturgic talisman in the Garden Tomb, Jerusalem, re-activating a redemptive spiritual power to bindApollyon the demonic consciousness behind Hitler and World War Two.

In 1936 A.R.H. was in Austria investigating a telluric ships engine for British Navy Intelligence. In 1959 Ronald and Polly opened the Sanctuary of Avalon, near Glastonbury, attuned to the Divine Name. Together they mediated the spiritual power of this dedicated place for more than twenty years. Its legacy continues today.

The Hidden Adept & the Inner Vision includes spiritual teachings, insights into the modern Glastonbury mythos, chapters on the influence of J.A. Goodchild, the complex relationship between A.R.H and Wellesley Tudor-Pole, and (in Part Two) A.R.H.s guidance on the much debated Star Temple or Glastonbury Zodiac



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