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This series is adapted from a talk he gave in November to the Mental Fight Club — a charity assisting recovery from mental illness through inspiring creative events and projects — and builds on his earlier post for us, Divine Madness. These represent four primary aspects of our human experience, our human being you might say. The first concerns our sensations, our raw sensual experience, the things of the world: Blake calls this first zoa Tharmas. The third zoa, a force which he calls Luvah or Los, is the power of desire: that which seeks to express itself, to realise itself creatively in the form of production or action — Art in general, according to Blake. The fourth is the power of Imagination, which he calls Urthona, to which are assigned ideas and images that arise intuitively and spontaneously, out of thin air as it were.

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Urthona rises from the ruinous walls In all his ancient strength to form the golden armour of science For intellectual War. Blake used these images as part of a general celebration of sex and sexuality.

In Vala, the idea of jealousy is a central theme and one of the bases for the story. The later edition was on a smaller conceptual scale, and it emphasises the concept of imprisonment found in the Book of Urizen.

The early version emphasised the nature of intelligence and spiritual problems. The later edition placed an emphasis on the idea of renovation being found within Christianity.

As Blake revised the poem, he added more concrete images and connected the plot to the histories of the Druids and of the Christians along with adding various locations connected to them. In both editions of the poem, Blake changed his mythological system in the Book of Urizen from a dualistic struggle between two divine powers to a struggle of four aspects split from Eternity. By the time he was working on his later works, including Vala, Blake felt that he was able to overcome his inner battle but he was concerned about losing his artistic abilities.

These thoughts carried over into Vala as the character Los imagination is connected to the image of Christ, and he added a Christian element to his mythic world. It is from them that Deism is born. Bentley Jr.

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Blake & Nature Spirituality: 2 — Four Zoas

Or wisdom for a dance in the street? No, it is bought with the price Of all that a man hath, his house, his wife, his children. It is an easy thing to rejoice in the tents of prosperity: Thus could I sing and thus rejoice: but it is not so with me. Smile when they frown, frown when they smile; and when a man looks pale With labour and abstinence, say he looks healthy and happy; And when his children sicken, let them die; there are enough Born, even too many, and our earth will be overrun Without these arts. If you would make the poor live with temper, With pomp give every crust of bread you give; with gracious cunning Magnify small gifts; reduce the man to want a gift, and then give with pomp. Say he smiles if you hear him sigh. If pale, say he is ruddy.

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Vala, or The Four Zoas

Urthona rises from the ruinous walls In all his ancient strength to form the golden armour of science For intellectual War. Blake used these images as part of a general celebration of sex and sexuality. In Vala, the idea of jealousy is a central theme and one of the bases for the story. The later edition was on a smaller conceptual scale, and it emphasises the concept of imprisonment found in the Book of Urizen. The early version emphasised the nature of intelligence and spiritual problems. The later edition placed an emphasis on the idea of renovation being found within Christianity. As Blake revised the poem, he added more concrete images and connected the plot to the histories of the Druids and of the Christians along with adding various locations connected to them.

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