Interview met Jane Cox

Op de website van The Skeptical Occultist staat een interview met Jane Cox van Troy Books. Hier kun je dit interview lezen. Ook de aanstaande publicatie van The Silent Listener. The Life and Works of J.H.W. Eldermans wordt hier nog even kort in genoemd:

Another major book for us will be a book about JHW Eldermans, people will know his work through the Museum of Witchcraft in Boscastle from the Richel collection, and the beautiful Three Hands Press book ‘The Occult Reliquary’. There has been much speculation as to why he produced such an amazing amount of drawings, carvings, and other items. Was he just fascinated by the Occult or was he a practitioner? This is a quest that drove the Dutch author Wilmar Taal to look into his life, his writing and art, and to try and understand the man and the vast body of work he produced. Taal’s forthcoming book ‘The Silent Listner – The Life and works of JHW Eldermans’, is the result of many years of research and is a full account of his life and Wilmar’s thoughts on the question.

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