By Joy Hancox
"In the book Joy Hancox the noted investigator of arcane Hermetic secrets reveals the culmination of an amazing journey she began 35 years ago when she received the Byrom Collection of 516 geometric drawings in two brown paper bags.
Recognizing the use of Pythagorean geometry, as applied philosophically by Hermes the messenger of the gods she was able to extract the designs of 6 Elizabethan theatres including the original 'Globe Theatre ' in London (1599). It was originally eight sided as depicted by Claus Visscher's panoramic view of London (1616). Sam Wanamaker's re-created ' Globe' is a 20-sided structure (1997) and in a different position.
Joy is also able to demonstrate how within the hermetic laws of nature they can be detected in schematic form as applied to space/propulsion rocket science.
The geometry of many of the drawings can also be applied to the mystery surrounding the appearance of crop circles. The matching of some is uncanny. Their precision demonstrates a perfection of sorts. Who is responsible for such technical perfection?
The book is a story of intrigue in the unfolding and suppression. It is also a message of hope for the future. Co-incidences occur un-coincidentally. The hidden hand of fate appears from time to time. Clues can be linked factually. The fears and the hopes of history in the recounting run side by side, but the messenger's presence is opportune."
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