Eutopia: The Gnostic Land of Prester John. A Novella

TitleEutopia: The Gnostic Land of Prester John. A Novella
Year for Search2010
AuthorsJacobs, Alan
Date Published2010
PublisherO Books
Place PublishedWestchester, Eng.
KeywordsMale author, UK author
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The Land of Prester John, which is also the Garden of Eden, is located in Ethiopia in the “Happy Valley” that Samuel Johnson describes in The Prince of Abissinia, better known as Rasselas (1759). It is a eutopia based on astrology and a generally New Age outlook as well as good education. There is neither government or money.

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2010 Jacobs, Alan. Eutopia: The Gnostic Land of Prester John. A Novella. Westchester, Eng.: O Books. MH, PSt

The Land of Prester John, which is also the Garden of Eden, is located in Ethiopia in the “Happy Valley” that Samuel Johnson describes in The Prince of Abissinia, better known as Rasselas (1759). It is a eutopia based on astrology and a generally New Age outlook as well as good education. There is neither government or money.