The Labyrinth

 

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In the pre-history of the subcontinent of India, the cremation of the living and dead was performed differently. Prior to the impact of the boot of India with Eurasia - the
crumpling up of it into the Himalayas - the flame came not from the fire of an untouchable man, but the booted deva of the ethereal element of fire. In order to
consume a man whole - whether her servant in this physical life or the husband of an untouchable wife - she circled this spread-eagled or kneeling man on the
bank of the Ganges, five times, thereby causing him to disappear into thin air.
To the deva of water, like the wife of a husband suffering from consumption, the author reveals the secret techniques of the priestess of the organisation, Heel!.

MADAME DE MORVILLE writes from the moonlit privacy of her chateau in the foothills of the Pyrenees to her numerous and seemingly spell-bound admirers drawn from the male sex. 

350 pages: 21.6 x 13.8 cms
10 Illustrations

UK price paperback, £10.99
ISBN: 978-1-903908-44-0
Published March 2010

Hardback edition to be published in due course.

 

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