AIT/OIT…new GC blog…2018…Alain Daniélou – Wikipedia

We are going through older posts from GC_old on the AIT/OIT: we become very critical of OIT at some point...we are now at the start of 2009 (there are over three thousand oldposts...The OIT was 'right', the tradition is old, but it was not in sanskrit. We have the direct parallel of Mycaenean/homeric greece, a … Continue reading AIT/OIT…new GC blog…2018…Alain Daniélou – Wikipedia

From Jaspers’ The Origin And Goal Of History (text deleted, 2018) /2009/01/25/from-jaspers-the-origin-and-goal-of-history/

From Jaspers’ The Origin And Goal Of History The following is the first chapter of Karl Jaspers’ The Origin And Goal Of History, “The Axial Period”. I am using the wordpress software again to homogenize a scanned text, so if you find it useful, good, but the scanned text is of so-so quality. Once corrected, … Continue reading From Jaspers’ The Origin And Goal Of History (text deleted, 2018) /2009/01/25/from-jaspers-the-origin-and-goal-of-history/

Prophet of Nazism /2009/01/25/prophet-of-nazism-2/

Prophet of Nazism We discussed this book a while back, I did not realize it was online: Nietzsche, Prophet of Nazism By Abir Taha Many attempts to rehabilitate Nietzsche fail, for reasons this book explains. That doesn’t mean we should fully trust this account either. The book deeply analyses Nietzsche’s influence on Nazi ideology, focusing … Continue reading Prophet of Nazism /2009/01/25/prophet-of-nazism-2/

Nietzsche’s influence, on Nazism…and on Gurdjieff? /2009/01/25/nietzsches-influence-on-nazismand-on-gurdjieff/

Nietzsche’s influence, on Nazism…and on Gurdjieff? Endless efforts to resolve the influence of Nietzsche on Nazism, another here. What is even more elusive, so elusive it doesn’t occur to people, is the influence of Nietzsche on Gurdjieff. To be clear, Gurdjieff was too cunning to fall for Nietzsche’s loudmouthing, but one has to wonder that … Continue reading Nietzsche’s influence, on Nazism…and on Gurdjieff? /2009/01/25/nietzsches-influence-on-nazismand-on-gurdjieff/

Comment on ‘Role of the BG in Indian History /2009/01/21/sinha-on-gita/

Comment on ‘Role of the BG in Indian History James said, Is Phulgenda Sinha’s book public domain? Would you mind posting it? I was reading Barbara Stoler Miller’s translation of Patanjali recently and she acknowledges how much the work has been distorted by Vedantists. She also acknowledges that it doesn’t seems to be compatible with … Continue reading Comment on ‘Role of the BG in Indian History /2009/01/21/sinha-on-gita/