The work of translation is done at last!
I can congratulate myself on two things today. Firstly my store is now open, secondly I have set to print, my translation of the Heterodoxicon*, for which I feel , justifiably I think, proud.
In the matter of the store opening I was assisted by an urchin named Myrtil and Mr Tchailenov the artist.
I hope that the words of the Heterodoxicon are not taken out of context. I have no way of knowing whether they reflected a well regarded theological viewpoint of the time, or not. One can only ponder the lives of those who lived long before our stunning technological successes.
* The Heterodoxicon can be found free to obtain at http://slurl.com/secondlife/Wheatstone%20Waterways/52/143/106