The recent post by Pseudo Heraclitus strongly reminded me of this (see below) fragment from the Seranoga collection ‘Hidden Cities’. It is unknown if the it is supposed to be part of larger work or not, though much of the contents of ‘Hidden Cities’ seems to unfinished works of one kind or another. The striking features about the fragment are of course the similarity of Irus to Yrus and the mention of walls of great thickness.
Seranoga also seems to intimate a sense of a hidden clergy, or dare we say it, a kind of rhizomatic clergy dispersed through the population in ways he could not understand in his visit. What the nature of this visit actually was of course, we can only speculate -hallucinatory, imagined, spiritual or physical.