William Blake's Grave

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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 2:07 pm » by Evildweeb


...we need more William Blakes....

William Blake's Grave

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William Blake (1757 to 1827) was one of the finest English poets and writers. He was also a brilliant and unique artist. Most of all he was a general nonconformist and free spirit. His work was inspired by a deep and profound spiritual understanding that has inspired many other artists, including Neil Hague who illustrates David Icke's books, see: http://www.neilhague.com/viewpage.php.... He was buried in the famous cemetary, Bunhill Fields in London.



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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 2:31 pm » by The57ironman


..................cheers to non-conformists


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PostMon Sep 23, 2013 3:55 pm » by Toxic32

I never realised he was a painter as well. I took a look at what he was painting about interesting stuff. I think he must have had encounter with DMT. And he had a thing about Stone Henge. He mentions Jerusalem in paintings he did tying Stone Henge and Jerusalem together. Maybe he knew something we didn't.
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