19th June 2020
Eye for the world. The visionary thinker Jacob Böhme,
prolonged until 1 August 2020
26th May 2020
‘We must wake up. To dream is to be involved in a vortex of form. To wake up is to see the dream for what it is and to see beyond it, to infinity.’ Meditations on the meaning of death, the nature of mind, feeling, spirit and Love, bring insight into the human condition with a positive message to fortify us in these troubling times.
E-book and hardback, available online and through bookshops.
29th September 2019
International Conference - The Role of the Netherlands in the Reception of Jacob Böhme
6th - 8th October - Embassy of the Free Mind
19th September 2019
Exhibition - The Art of Eugene Halliday and Käthe Schuftan - 14 September 2019 to 13 April 2020
Exhibition - William Blake - Tate Britain - September 2019 to February 2020
Book - 4th edition of Halliday's Reflexive Self-Consciousness - publication date 1st October 2019 (revised and expanded) - Melchisedec Press
22nd January 2017
This website is dedicated to two artists who loved and understood the work of Jacob Böhme - Eugene Halliday and Käthe Schuftan.
Jacob Böhme (1575-1624) was a German shoemaker who became a Christian mystic and theologian. He was an important influence on the artist and poet William Blake (1757-1827).
To begin, I recommend this Webinar by Wouter Hanegraaff, on the website of the Ritman Library: