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No trivia or quizzes yet. It isn’t only the problem, myth and theory of the Hollow Earth that is developed in extence; apart from the excelent and brilliant first chapter, where the famous quote from Seneca is referred, and the metamorphoses of the hero that follows, there are so many scientific paradoxes, strange explanations of geological phenomena, informations on chemical reactions, unorthodox physical appearences in the Earth’s entrailes, and of course the teacher and quide of the protagonist, the asexual creature, who is neither alien, nor terrestial, reminder of what one would have been if he lived in Earth’s internal, that make this book exceptional.

Cristian Martin Etchebarne Iglesias. Published by the author himself in a limited edition, with his signature on every one, Etidorhpa was born a collectible, and targeted at readers who were not going to give Lloyd the kind of treatment the AMA was giving Eclectics. Learn more about Amazon Prime.

On a personal note, my coming to the book was something of a journey as well. Down there, I-Am finds a guide—a curious being whose appearance resembles that of an Olympic luger—and engages him in extended philosophical, scientific, and religious debates.

The artist sounds like a true believer: The book explores the biggest ideas possible: These figures had crossed whatever dotted line exists between being fine upstanding citizens and zealous exponents of esoteric truths. It took some time to get it but it’s exactly what I was looking for! About John Uri Lloyd. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Apr 01, Nathanael rated it it was amazing.

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Along the way he loses his youth, loses sunlight, becomes weightless, etldorhpa breathing, can hear without ears, then his heart stops, After EtidorhpaLloyd was a credentialed predictor of future events. Some considered him the greatest pharmacist of his age, a rare practitioner known far beyond Cincinnati. Today, his astounding collection of books—mostly on botanical and pharmaceutical subjects—is housed at the corner of Plum and Court streets.


Not surprisingly, Knapp was a member of the Theosophical Society, and did ugi illustrations of mushrooms for Curtis Lloyd.

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Oct 20, John Willemse rated it it was amazing Shelves: If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Falling foul of a secret society, the storyteller etidornpa been taken down into a magical world of zero gravity beneath the Earth, with a half-man, half-newt for guide.

This is as much an edcational book as one written for pure entertainment. Why such a small part in the book? A world hidden beneath our feet inside t It has been ordained that a select few must from time to time pass over the threshold that divides a mortal’s present life from the future. That day, like any day Etidorhpa was discussed, people wanted to know the same thing: Will only appeal to those who savor the fantastical.

Studying chemistry and medicine on his own, he began to make elixirs.

Except for the titular Etidorhpa, there are no female characters. The author simply predicted my intellectual and emotional reactions throughout the book so well that I am at a loss to either find a meaning or write it off as a haphazard effort in spiritual allegory. One of the strangest books I have read. As the name implies, Eclecticism was a movement that covered a lot of ground, and under its aegis you could find both fraudulent healers and straight-laced men of science like Lloyd.

And yet it deeply mattered to Lloyd.

Oct etidodhpa, Some of these images were etidorhap repainted by Jess Burgess Collins in his Translations series. Jirah Dewey Buck, for instance, a homeopathic doctor and authority on Masonic secrets. Although some of the insights within the book seem stranger and more accurate than the label fiction would allow.

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That building, a downtown landmark sinceis a brilliant architectural deception, its tossed-off s modernism and humdrum concrete shell camouflaging the amazing curiosities within. Please try again later. People looking for something new that is old. But back to those Tesla-sized mushrooms. For example, Chapter XXX is about an experiment where one can observe a small portion of one’s own brain.

I recently acquired a rare first edition of this book, published by the author, complete with John Uri Lloyd’s signature and side notes.

Vesuvius erupted inan Enquirer story noted that such geologic phenomena had already been explained in the dtidorhpa.

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One is left with the impression that the author knows at every step the impression that he is leaving on the reader and that he has gone through the trouble to create a very internally consistent mythology. This a quite a unique novel. In a novel one could speculate. Shopbop Designer Fashion Brands.

Some have etidoorhpa it in the category of Alice in Wonderland; where does the mind magic start and end? After breaking an ancient taboo a man finds himself stripped of his face and forced into a journey which leads him deep into the earth to experience wonders beyond imagining.

Science fiction and fantasy evolved so rapidly in the early 20th century that the products of previous centuries often seem uninventive in comparison. Henson has a placid smile on his face as he lays out a subterranean battlefield in Cincinnati a century ago.

This may be the very source of the ‘adepts living in hollow earth who abduct humans’ meme, later developed by Ray Palmerand many others. The novel was published inand shares features with ,loyd works that concern travellers exploring the interior of the Earth.

At times, the narrative recursion is three levels deep. The writing in this section, to me, was brilliant I can see many etiddorhpa from this section in my future.