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"this could best be done by purifying one's mind, as with a flame, in study of the works of the great masters, who were great because they had been granted by divine favour a vision of the unfallen world from which others are kept apart by the flaming sword that turns every way" - The Hermetic Library Blog
William Blake and his Illustrations to The Divine Comedy in Ideas of Good and Evil by William Butler Yeats. “this could best be done by purifying one’s mind, as with a flame, in study of the works of the great masters, who were great because they had been granted by divine favour a vision of …