Quite a while ago I placed an order at Amazon and only this week I received it. I took the cheapest way of shipping, but I didn’t receive anything, so Amazon sent the order again. Last week my girlfriend got a box of the postman saying that the address was incorrect and that an old neighbour told him the correct address… I was pretty sure I changed my address at Amazon, but apparently I didn’t. Da***t!
In any case, I not only finally have David Lynch’s “Eraserhead” (not for this section I know), but also two books by Swain Wodening and David Lynch Decoded by Mark Stewart. The latter is a small book in which the writer thinks to have found a red thread through the works of Lynch in the ‘other worldly characters’. He goes film by film with a general conclusion to the end. When I finished this booklet, I’ll of course review it. Of Wodening I got Hammer Of The North (2003) and Ížéodisc Geléafa “The Belief of the Tribe:”: A Handbook on Germanic Heathenry and Theodish Belief (2007) of which I started with the older work. However I just red a few chapters, I already marked the book with many stripings and question marks.
I no longer felt like reading Jan van Rijckenborg’s four-book epic about the Egyptian Arch-Gnosis and also Audley’s Handbook Of Christian Symbolism will remain a bit more on the shelf. I temporarily replaced them with Guénon’s Perspectives On Initiation and Dumézil’s Gods Of The Ancient Northmen, so now I’ll have to find a way to finish these books and read the new ones. I suppose you’ll be able to check my reading speed (or order of preference) when you check for new reviews here recently.