Yeatsian Arconology, pt. 2

This post won’t make sense without reading its predecessor. I am going to start where I left off there and dive right in to a discussion of the arconological manipulation of human life that the Yeatsian material describes.

This material provided me with the clearest examples of how William interacted with the spirits to shape the system in cooperation with them and with his wife’s mediumistic talents. While William is often an active questioner, this material sees William proposing terms, developing his own concepts, and querying after his sense of the matter with the spirits.

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