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Confession eTrial astronaut who describes hisxperience with the strange and illogical inhabitants on the planet Earth He describes very facet of human life and ven details the odd beliefs held by specific cultures Written in a style which prevents passive reading it is a difficult volume to read through but truly rewarding and worth the ffortOne xample which stood out was Beelzebub s description of the need of Curators of the Buddha every American to go to Europe and how they romanticize over Paris and other European cities The most hilarious portion of thisxample is Beelzebub s conversation with an American in Paris who is teaching American tourists how to dance the foxtrot This particular American was unable to be successful in his business teaching Americans how to dance the foxtrot in New York but because Another Way Home: The Tangled Roots of Race in One Chicago Family everyone wanted to go back to the US after traveling in Paris and tell their friends that they learned the foxtrot in France thisntrepreneur was making tons of money There are tidbits of wisdom humor insightfulness and advice throughout the Cezanne a Study of His Development epic than canver be divulged in a short review In fact Gurdjeiff s closest pilgrims do not initiate discussion about Beelzebub s Tales because the You Owe Me One experience thatach individual has with the book is considered beyond language and it truly is The first book in Gurdjeiff s All and Everything series his goal in the writing of this book was to remove all the many years of false Democratic Art: The New Deal's Influence on American Culture experiences and hardened opinions of potential readers I can definitelyxclaim that his goal was actualized in this work Not as dense as might be imagined still a super confusing super boring purposefully so roster of Obsession: An Erotic Tale everything that s wrong withverything peppered with old timey technobabble nonsense and general garbled junk about souls and kundabuffers and being Confederate Cities: The Urban South during the Civil War Era essences Most of this is infuriating want to smack Gurdjieffverytime Beelz mentions your favorites and disappointing was kind of hoping for the mystic Convents and the Body Politic in Late Renaissance Venice epic version of Sympathy for the Devil but I respect his chuztpahspecially in the go fuck yourself Edicts of Asoka early sections wish this book could be sold with the first 30 pages uncut so you could get your money back when you can t handle it Fittingly soul crushing for something intended tontirely break down your perception of reality but not Upgrade Soul entirely clear if the author is a wacko charlatan or on some plane of understanding I can t begin to comprehend not likely I have only read book one of this work out of three book one is the only having been translated into Greek I plan to read the other two books of this work in English later in the futureThe author has consciously and diligently tried to achieve what he said is his intention to make us uestionverything that we know He is using a science fiction format or is it not 100% science fiction To judge this work I need to first read all three parts I also plan to read first part for a second time may be ven a third as the author suggestedGurdjieff tries to depict human civilization in a way that verything has gone terribly wrong human race having failed almost completely in most aspects of life as it should be humanity having destroyed all Elizabeth I: Translations, 1544-1589 efforts to correct this My reservation here is that all this failure may be part of the tragic but deep destiny of Man Certainly though i cannot ignore that human foolishness may beual to human greatness Gurdjieff s thought certainly has revolutionary metaphysical theological and philosophical implications But again I first need to read the whole work to properly judge. 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Ngs which I had to refer to constantly Once he finished his version of the history of the world and commenced with a philosophical discussion in the last 14 of the book I got completely lost and could not understand it no matter what I did There are no 4th way groups in my area I am teaching in China and I don t know if I will ver be able to understand this part of the book If anyone has any suggestions please let me knowUPDATE 9102014I just finished the last uarter of the book after taking a six month break and this time it made sense to me and I was able it read it At first I had to consult the dictionary I made of all his special terms but ventually I was able to read it without consulting it I loved the book and I am looking forward to reading it two times as he suggests Part of Gurdjieff s spiritual philosophy was the importance of cultivating a clear focused mind staying psychically awake and giving your undivided attention to whatever activity you happened to be undertaking That s why Gurdjieff wrote Beelzebub s Tales in the manner he did This is not light summer reading by any means If you don t completely and intensely immerse yourself in this book and its utterly bizarre world you ll get lost somewhere in the This was the last work of fiction I read in that nebulous time after going nuts dropping out of undergraduate and finally spending a few months wandering homeless through suburban and metropolitan Atlanta but before being plucked up off the street thanks to a very lucky recommendation from a professor I ll forever owe to lead the development team at what would become Reflex Security Eight years later I m rocking graduate school as advanced professionally as anyone my age and need likely never worry about money again In a few thousand days many things can will and must change never do we step into the same river twice and never does it recognize the morning bather How much of this change can we shift set into motion guide or manage What is our own what are we what is these uestions power Gurdjieff s abstruse operose work one which I wish I d read at a less demoralized and vitiated time in my life Desmond Bernal wrote in The World the Flesh and the Devil that There are two futures the future of desire and the future of fate and man s reason has never learnt to separate them Gurdjieff wants to partition the space and comes at the problem from any number of directions I need reread this one sometime soon This is a review of printings that remain faithful to the 1950 EditionGurdjieff reveals candidly in the opening pages of Beelzebub s Tales that this First Series of his writings is for the real consciousness buried within us and is intended to destroy without mercy the conceptions and views that have become so firmly rooted because of centuries of people living abnormally He shows us with compelling xactness our place in the universe our responsibility as human beings and why despite the best fforts of sacred messengers sent to us from above we remain tragically separated from what is most ssential to the aim of human xistenceWhile helping us to see the harsh truth about ourselves Gurdjieff does not leave us in t This is a very asy book to read Any 12 year old immorally imbibing too much hashish could read this Have you Aramaic Bowl Spells: Jewish Babylonian Aramaic Bowls Volume One ever not understood a word of a hip hop arti Beelzebub s Tales is a massive 1200 pagepic which is Xenophon And His World (Historia Einzelschriften) euivalent to de Toueville s Democracy in America in scope and practice Gurdjeiff writes Beelzebub as anxtraterres. Tales to His Grandson by GI Gurdjieff At the beginning of Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson Gurdjieff discloses his purpose in its writing To destroy mercilessly without any compromises whatsoever in
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