The Aurora

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7. The garden of this tree signifieth the world; the soil or mould signifieth nature; the stock of the tree signifies the stars; by the branches are meant the elements; the fruit which grow on this tree signify men; the sap in the tree denoteth the pure Deity. Now men were made out of nature, the stars, and elements; but God the Creator reigneth in all: even as the sap doth in the whole tree.
from Jacob Boehme, The Aurora, translated by John Sparrow (London, 1656?)


released January 1, 2012
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"An astonishing meditation of noise that indeed suggests Dr John Dee at work in his reverbatory, amazed and terrified by the unstoppable power he has unleashed" (Ed Pinsent, The Sound Projector)

"Emerging at some distant extreme of experimentation...Weird, wonderful alchemy" (Tom Ridge, The Wire)
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