Beelzebub's tales to his grandson : an objectively impartial by Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff

By Georges Ivanovitch Gurdjieff

First sequence: Objectively neutral feedback of the lifetime of guy; or, Beelzebub's stories to his grandson. -- 2d sequence: conferences with awesome males. -- third ser. lifestyles is genuine in basic terms then, while "I am."


Examines human lifestyles on the earth from the point of view of beings belonging to global, led by way of the 'all-wise Beelzebub'. This name demonstrates a technique for the religious progress of mankind. Read more...

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Then with intense eagerness and a boldness not customary to him, he entered the shop and, pointing with his horny finger at the fruit that had taken his fancy, asked the shopkeeper its price. The shopkeeper replied that a pound of the fruit cost six coppers. Finding that the price was not at all high for what in his opinion was such beautiful fruit, our Kurd decided to buy a whole pound. Having finished his business in town, he set off again on foot for home that same day. Walking at sunset over the hills and dales, and willy-nilly perceiving the exterior aspect of those enchanting parts of the bosom of Great Nature, our Common Mother, and involuntarily inhaling the pure air, uncontaminated by the usual exhalations of industrial towns, our Kurd quite naturally felt a sudden wish to gratify himself with some ordinary food also; so sitting down by the side of the road, he took some bread from his provision bag and the “fruits” that had looked so good to him, and leisurely began to eat.

Special books or book excepts also can be created to rit specific needs. For details, write Penguin Group (USA) Inc Special Markets, 375 Hudson Street, New York, NY 10014 Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Gurdnett, Georges Ivanovitch,1872-1949 Beelzebub’s tales to his grandson / G 1. Gurdyeff—Rev. ed p cm. eISBN : 978-1-101-15343-7 1. Human beings I. G83B 197—dc22 This book is printed on acid-free paper. While the author has made every effort to provide accurate telephone numbers and Internet addresses at the time of publication, neither the publisher nor the author assumes any responsibility for errors, or for changes that occut after publication.

After this silence, rare among us young rascals, the usual hubbub broke out again, and in noisy chorus we decided to go at once to the barber, a specialist in extracting teeth, and to ask him why this tooth was like that.

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