"If the doors of perception were cleansed everything would appear to man [sic.] as it is, infinite. For man [sic.] has closed himself up, till he [sic.] sees all things through narrow chinks of his [sic.] cavern.” So says William Blake in his Marriage of Heaven and Hell. Today’s readings push the limits of our imaginations and sense of possibility. These words open us to a multivalent reality as they join theophany and epiphany! Are they the poetics of ancient world view, whose testimony is untrustworthy to postmodern people? Or do they represent deeper dimensions of reality?