Subs: George Harry, Scott McHarri, Tommy Creamer, Doug Tharm
92) Blake in Milton (24/26:48-49, E 120) also proclaims that Bowlahoola was "founded" by "Tharmas"--whose name means bowels in Anglo Saxon, tharm
(intestines, see Sanmel Johnson's Dictionary).
The doctor was also at the centre of village gossip after housemaid, Eliza Tharm
, gave birth to a boy and his "friend" Jane Burgess had an abortion.
But former Coronation Street star Chloe Newsome, who plays Palmer's maid and mistress Eliza Tharm
, is keen to hear from any Sunday Mercury reader who may be able to tell her what became of Eliza.
Former Coronation Street star Chloe Newsome is Eliza Tharm
, Palmer's maid - and mistress.
On the one hand Tharmas--the zoa of the tharm, or forms (8)--might be regarded as Urizen's "subaltern" and as such a weaker and "inferior" presence.
And as such they embody the other zoas: reason, the ideas signified by Blake's words and designs; tharm or form, their distinguishing shapes and arrangements; love, desire or energy, their potential to produce an effect or fulfill a function.