After E.J. Gold new agers need to be very wary ( a full boycott would do nicely until…) of ‘jewish’ gurus/ For malevolent super-schmucks like Gold to use covert ‘ritual sacrifice’ on gentiles is almost beyond belief

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/robert-thurman/dalai-lama-protests-_b_6096576.html?utm_hp_ref=religion This article refers to some confused split off from the mainstream Tibetan Buddhism. The question of a critique of Tibetan Buddhism has been tackled here. The issues are difficult. My more immediate concern is for issues and groups that I have been entangled with, and a full review of the New Age movement could … Continue reading After E.J. Gold new agers need to be very wary ( a full boycott would do nicely until…) of ‘jewish’ gurus/ For malevolent super-schmucks like Gold to use covert ‘ritual sacrifice’ on gentiles is almost beyond belief

You are quite alone, so you can skip the guru number

http://www.gurdjieff-con.net/2014/06/03/a-hypothetical-open-letter-to-jack-kornfield-and-any-number-of-gentile-new-age-bigwigs/ This is strong stuff, and we can be sure we won’t hear from Mr. Kornfield or any of the other celebs on the New Age circuit. But mission accomplished: we have exposed a real faultline. But we are left with a paranoia about New Age spiritual guides. After E.J. Gold revulsion is all we … Continue reading You are quite alone, so you can skip the guru number

Dangerous black magic in elite so-called esoteric groups

I am sorry to be hard on E. J. Gold, but the whole Gurdjieff legacy is even worse than the Tibetan. At least the standard of a ‘path to enlightenment’ is used (and then undermined) to give a rough measure of a path. But with these so-called sufis there is not declaration of intent, nothing. … Continue reading Dangerous black magic in elite so-called esoteric groups

Sufis, Tibetans, and the hint given by Gurdjieff

I am sorry to be hard on E. J. Gold, but the whole Gurdjieff legacy is even worse than the Tibetan. At least the standard of a ‘path to enlightenment’ is used (and then undermined) to give a rough measure of a path. But with these so-called sufis there is not declaration of intent, nothing. … Continue reading Sufis, Tibetans, and the hint given by Gurdjieff

Review of ‘Blavatsky’s Baboon…’

Review from Philip Johnson, I presume the same who wrote ‘Darwin on Trial’ Johnson is a rightwinger, and his swipe at the end agaisnt Freud and Marx is par for the course. He fails to grasp the concealed fascism emergent from Blavatsky and Gurdjieff. First Things Books In Review Madame Blavatsky’s Baboon ——————————————————————————– Copyright (c) … Continue reading Review of ‘Blavatsky’s Baboon…’

‘Barry Lyndon’ as a carrier wave signal in a ‘thieves of baraka’ game

This movie came out when I was travelling through EJ Gold terrain, and its hidden meaning (in the movie, not the book) would be totally incomprehensible to anyone not involved in the incidents in question, where the approximations, Barry, and Lyndon were used to refer to real people: Barry Lyndon Note the plot of the … Continue reading ‘Barry Lyndon’ as a carrier wave signal in a ‘thieves of baraka’ game

New Age Movements, archive file

Here is a companion piece to ‘New Ages’ (previous post), from the second edition to WHEE, “New Age Movements”. I have nothing against the New Age, as such, but when the strain of anti-modernism kicks in it is important to grasp that the authority of gurus is bogus. Note: the XE “xxxxxx” stuff in the … Continue reading New Age Movements, archive file