Esoteric Geography of LondonwithJames Tunney

Books Mentioned In This Interview

james tunney the mystical accord: sutras to suit our times, lines for spiritual evolution james tunney ireland i don't recognize who she is peter ackroyd london: the biography allen moore v for vendetta virginia woolf the london scene gary tillery the seeker king: elvis presley aldous huxley the doors of perception h g wells war of the worlds olaf stapledon the star maker colin wilson the outsider colin wilson the occult: a history valerie lawson mary poppins, she wrote: the life of p. l. travers michael taub jack doyle: fighting for love douglas adams the hitchhiker's guide to the galaxy catherine reef the strange true tale of frankenstein's creator, mary shelley eckhart tolle the power of now charles dickens oliver twist mel gibson braveheart alistair dunn england's failed revolution: the peasants' revolt, 1381 richard jones walking dickensian london michael haag the templars: the history and the myth dan brown the davinci code albert jack crime: the pope's banker emanuel swedenborg teachings, vol. 1 frances a yates giordano bruno giambattista vico new science alberto a martinez burned alive: giordano bruno, galileo, and the inquisition w b yeats a vision anne somerset elizabeth i wells war of the worlds frances yates giordano bruno alberto martinez burned alive: giordano bruno, galileo, and the inquisition yeats a vision

James Tunney, LLM, is an Irish Barrister who has lectured on legal matters throughout the world. He is a poet, a visual artist, and also author of The Mystical Accord: Sutras to Suit Our Times, Lines for Spiritual Evolution. In addition, he has written two dystopian novels — Blue Lies September, and Ireland I Don’t Recognize Who She Is. His website is

Here he takes us on a journey through London, following the path of the River Fleet (which is now completely underground). We pass through locales visited by many esoteric writers, including William Blake, Emanuel Swedenborg, Colin Wilson, Mary Shelley, H. G. Wells, Charles Forte, P. L. Travers, Eckhart Tolle, and Douglas Adams. We visit the grave of Karl Marx and the residence where Vladimir Lenin and Leon Trotsky first met. Ultimately, the journey acquaints us with the sacred power of the goddess.

(Recorded on January 19, 2020)

James Tunney, Ireland I Don’t Recognize Who She Is —

Mel Gibson, Braveheart (video) –

Published on March 24, 2020


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