Perspectives on Beelzebub’s Tales:
And Other of Gurdjieff’s Writings
is a collection of essays offering new perspectives on Gurdjieff’s concepts of Kesdjan and higher being-bodies, Kundabuffer, the enneagram, involutional and evolutional law, perpetual motion, and ‘hydrogens’ relative to the scientific discoveries since Gurdjieff’s death.
Through reading, the student may discover more than the ordinary share of ah has, . . .. This book is a must-read for serious students of , a book that has long been needed by students of G. I. Gurdjieff’s great space allegory. . .. As the editors of Dr. Buzzell’s observe in the preface, “In it’s intention, structure and content, the is a unique and unparalleled creation, which has a central and integral place among the other aspects of Gurdjieff’s legacy.”
–Seymour B. Ginsburg, author
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–Sophia Wellbeloved, author
It was because of my reading of . . .. . . that this writing came about. In the chapter titled “Conviction,” Dr. Buzzell gives many examples of the emphasis Gurdjieff placed upon convictions in general, especially those derived from one’s own reasoned deliberations.
–“The First Page of Beelzebub’s Tales,” Irv Givot
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