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Gurdjieff & The New Age
Part V:
Maharishi's Heaven on Earth
Part II

Hounded by accusations of sexual misconduct following the John Lennon-Mia Farrow debacle, Maharishi withdrew into seclusion. It looked like the end of his mission. However, within months he reemerged declaring the world had entered the "Dawn of the Age of Enlightenment," one which would combine science with mantra, yogic flying and occult powers.

In Search of the Soul
Part II

How did Judaism, Christianity and the esoteric teachings of Kabbalah and Gnosticism regard the idea and experience of "soul."

Blood Sacrifice: Sacrificial Offering in Religious Practice
Part I

Though repugnant today, sacrificial offerings of animals and even human beings are as old as man's history.

How Others Have Seen
Mr. Gurdjieff
Part IV

The private notebooks of Kathryn Hulme and Solita Solano give a day-by-day description of their many meetings and travels with Gurdjieff and the exercises he gave.

The Art of Asha

The Royal Game of Asha, or chess as it is known in the West, is a Legominism and a war of ideas and energy. At a Middle Eastern bazaar on a Manhattan street, Lord John Pentland played Asha with a power-possessing being.

Book Review:

Seeing Red: A Study in Consciousness
by Nicholas Humphrey

The author finds that sensation is active, not a mere passive reception of impressions.

Film Review:

Idiocracy—Man's Future?

"If a thousand years from now human beings are like apes, then they will regard themselves as normal," said A.R. Orage. Now Mike Judge, co-creator of "Beavis and Butthead," gives a look at a possible future.

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