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Sophia Wellbeloved Interview
The whole period of research was an extraordinary time, it was a strange feeling, to discover that he had structured his book as a zodiac and to know that I was the first person to recognise what he had been doing.
Brief Notes for All & Everything Conference Seminar on Chapter 14 ‘The Beginnings of Perspectives Promising Nothing Very Cheerful’ & story-telling
Gurdjieff drew on our common Western European family of stories and ideas, among them, Babylonian myth, Biblical stories, Greek myth, and Plato’s writings. If we can not recognise the references he makes to these origins we shall miss a great deal o
Fathoming the Gist
I connect these three reading modes with Gurdjieff’s law of three, that is, passive, active and reconciling ways of reading. The first two modes may seem achievable, although I doubt that anyone has managed to get through the convoluted sentences of
Is There an 'Original' Beelzebub's Tales?
The latest thoughts on how Beelzebub was written.