• If you, who are organised by Divine Providence for spiritual communion, refuse, and bury your talent in the earth, even though you should want natural bread, sorrow and desperation pursue you through life, and after death shame and confusion of face to eternity.

    William Blake (1926). “Prefatory note There is no natural religion. All religions are one. The marriage of heaven and hell Visions of the daughters of Albion. A song of liberty. America. Europe. The book of Urizen. The book of Los. Ahania. The song of Los. The four Zoas. Milton. Jerusalem. On Homer's poetry; On Virgil. Laocoön. The ghost of Abel”