TB, etc,… in nineteenth century (Update 2018: James is onto something, the ‘reverse eonic effect’ isn’t quite right but it points to something real: the ‘eonic effect’ highlights the period from 1500 to 1800 as the innovative seed period for a new era and the model then considers the end point of this transition as a ‘divide’. This tells us that the ratio of system action to free action shifts toward free action with the ominous danger of James’ f*ckups. Look at Blavatsky’s work: you could go nuts trying to found a religion of the future on such material. Are any of the new age gurus any better? They cannot grasp their historical situation)
Comment on DL and 19th century issues: http://www.gurdjieff-con.net/2009/12/06/shadow-of-the-dalai-lama-vs-nineteenth-century-occult-fascism/comment-page-1/#comment-35577
08.12.09 at 9:56 am ·
Agreed…the 19th century was unusual in producing so many f*ckups in such a short period of time. Maybe you should incorporate this into some sort of reverse eonic effect. Blavatsky, Darwin, Gurdjieff, Nietzsche, Guenon, Coomaraswamy,Schuon, Crowley, etc….one has to wonder what the hell was going on.