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creative use of imagination - Edited by Neville's friend Margaret Ruth Broome

                           In the beginning he placed man (Adam) into a profound sleep and there is no record he has ever 
awakened, so he is still asleep. Then “God spoke to them in the cool of the evening.” It is all 
imagery. It is man in a profound sleep and God is speaking through the medium of dreams. Numbers 
12: “If there be a prophet among you, I, the Lord, will make myself known unto him in a vision, and 
will speak unto him in a dream.” You do not have to fall asleep to dream. Everything in the world is 
talking to me and I am talking to myself and my own wonderful Imagination is God speaking to me. 
In the beginning was the dream and the dream was with my Imagination and the dream was my 
Imagination, and by it were all things made that are made. So I begin in a dream, but I can change my 
dream, and changing my dream I change the activity of my Imagination and change the phenomena of 
my life. If I do not change it, it remains the same.









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 I am really sorry to see my Countrymen trouble themselves about Politics. If Men were Wise the Most arbitrary Princes could not hurt them. If they are not Wise the Freest Government is compelled to be a Tyranny.  Princes appear to me to be Fools. Houses of Commons & Houses of Lords appear to me to be fools, they seem to me to be something Else besides Human Life.   The Notebook, Public Address ~William Blake


 I will not Reason & Compare:  My business is to Create
Jerusalem - The Emanation of the Giant Albion ~William Blake

Blake Poetry and Prose              Blake Archive

WILLIAM BLAKE-One who is very much delighted with being in good Company  Born 28 November 1757 in London & has died several times since  [from Blake's Autograph in the Album of William Upcott] 

"He who does not imagine in stronger and better lineaments, and in stronger and better light than his perishing and mortal eye can see, does not imagine at all"     ~William Blake~


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