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  • Robalini@aol.com
    From your close personal friends at Disinformation. http://www.disinfo.com Disinformation: We re doing it for the kids. All right you groovy little
    Message 1 of 1 , Dec 10, 1998
      From your "close personal friends" at Disinformation.

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      "Disinformation: We're doing' it for the kids."



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      NEW in Revolutionaries!

      "Rascal guru" Gurdjieff.

      Here's a preview:

      http://www.disinfo.com/rev/rev_gurdjieff.html

      "Take the 'wisdom' of the East and the 'energy' of the West and then seek."
      - Gurdjieff.

      From his first appearance in Moscow and St Petersburg in 1912, the
      enigmatic philosopher and memetic engineer Gurdjieff attracted the interest
      of occultists and the Western intelligentsia. His teachings (often referred
      to as the 'Gurdjieff Work' or 'Fourth Way') became widely known through the
      writings and lectures of his pupil, the famous Russian mathematician and
      journalist Pyotr Demianovich Ouspensky, and were later propagated by Alfred
      Richard Orage, John Godolphin Bennett, Rodney Collins, and Dr. Maurice
      Nicoll.
      Utilising 'stolen' teachings from a wide range of groups that he had
      encountered (including the Yezidis, the Russian Orthodox Church, and Sufi
      'Bektashi' and 'Naqshbandi' sects in the Hindu Kush and Pamir regions),
      Gurdjieff developed a unique system designed to enable individuals to
      overcome ingrained cognitice defects, become more conscious, and awaken the
      seeds of the Higher Self's Objective Conscience.
      Recognizing that all spiritual movements eventually succumb to entropy,
      Gurdjieff ended his masterful use of PSYOPS adversity and confrontation at
      his 'initiatory laboratory' in Fontainebleu (France), concentrating upon
      conveying his worldview through the mammoth portable mythos "Beelzebub's
      Tales To His Grandson", which developed deeper esoteric themes drawn from
      Sufi, Zoroasterian, Sumer, and Egyptian literature.
      His later work with small groups in Paris during the 1930s and 1940s, the
      subsequent books, the sacred dances, the piano music composed with musician
      Thomas de Hartmann, and the now extensive biographical and critical
      literature serve as a testament to the enduring legacy of this Magus. Many
      of Gurdjieff's concepts influenced Twentieth Century culture, including the
      Leary/Wilson/Lilly models of 'conscious evolution', the revitalization of
      Gnostic Christianity, scientific research on 'split brain' neurology and
      'multiple intelligences', Gaia eco-consciousness and the reciprocal
      maintenance of natural systems. Popularization of Sufi Initiation occurred
      via Oscar Ichazo's 'Arica' Institute, the 'false Sufism' of E.J. Gold, and
      the stories of Idries Shah.
      After his death in 1949, Gurdjieff's legacy was disseminated through many
      people, coinciding with the fragmentation of groups into secular
      denominations. It was further obscured by personality cults such as Robert
      Burton's 'Fellowship of Friends' (Renaissance), and identifications with
      Gurdjieff at the expense of his ideas. Derivative movements have used
      isolation, group think, authoritarian power structures, and other
      'unmasking psychology' methods for re-programming individuals. No one group
      can claim absolute control over or knowledge of Gurdjieff's teachings, and
      the interested practitioner is warned to exercise caution and common sense.
      To quote Gurdjieff: "Beware of someone who wants to teach you something."
      The first rule of many 'Fourth Way' groups is: "There is nothing
      compulsory. One is not asked to violate cherished beliefs or accept any of
      the ideas presented. Rather, a healthy skepticism is encouraged."

      By Alex Burns
      alex.burns@...
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