Liber sin Nomine, or 'a book without name,' was James Cowan's final testament to this world. The book was written in the final months of his life leading up to his passing in October 2018. This is what James had to say about it: 'My task has always been to revive the concept of numen for a modern audience, to alert readers to a state of reverence present in all things.'
Liber sin Nomine seeks to revive the concept of 'numen' — spirit, energy, and the sacred — for a modern audience. James Cowan was a troubadour on a lifetime quest to find those words that could establish a communion, a communication, between the eternal sacred spirit and the forever changing heart of humankind.