|Remiel, one of Swedenborg's angels,|
by Jeff Richards
That's 10,220 days. That's a lot of contact and many angels however defined explored perceived. Such contact would not incline one to parse simple logical inconsistencies.
His influence on the Transcendentalists substantiates my claim to being raised Swedenborgian. My mom's religion and its leader made use of (I believe it's called "plagiarized") Swedenborg's ideas, and although her reputation is unfailingly tarnished, the ideas of Swedenborg, a century earlier, aren't. By the way, regarding, Is he mystic or schizophrenic?--The debate bores me.
The blog I discovered is ***Hexagon Art: The Art and Musings of Jeff Richards. I'll let Richards explain himself. His transcendant art speaks for itself. Try waving particles.
Blake was influenced by Emanuel Swedenborg. Emerson, of course. Imanuel Kant wrote he wanted to put S. in a madhouse. Score one for Swedenborg.
Note: All of Swedenborg's texts are online at sacred texts.