Debriefing santana dharma…

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Anew version…

Here’s a selection from the section on Bennett, an interesting way to understand his ideas of ‘eternity/hyparxis’
This will introduce the classic analysis of Bennett on time: the six dimensional universe of space, time, eternity, and hyparxis…
His discussion actually impinges on Kant with a distinction of factual, esthetic and ethical judgments. He embarks on a series of postulates for the study of natural philosophy. We can move quickly to his unique perspective on the ‘universal validity of framework laws’. Framework is the form in which we experience phenomena. There are four framework determining conditions:
Determining conditions Phenomenal characteristics
Eternity Potentiality and intensity of being
Time Actualization and irreversibility
Hyparxis Ableness to be and cyclicity
Space Presence and co-existence
In a way Bennett’s post-Kantian categories are appropriate because the issue of space-time as constructs of mind must reckon with the kind generalization of space-time that we see here. In fact there may be no real contradiction but we must consider that eternity and hyparxis are not really perceived in ordinary experience in the same way as space and linear outer time. We have to wonder if modern physics hasn’t crashlanded in this realm of ‘eternity’ in the sense of showing parallel independent tracks of ‘temporal’ realization. Also lacking is the hyparxis aspect that might indicate which tracks constitute the reality we experience as members of a universe in motion. It may be that a limited framework has made physicists confuse aspects of potentiality and realization.
The question of hyparxis is not intuitive and we must consider that Bennett who was said to be able to visualize a hypersphere is proceeding in an obscure direction. But his analysis, as often, so foggy at the start can suddenly become intuitive.
The question of hyparxis, at the risk of a botch of our account, might be considered with an analogy: a writer has the plan in mind for a book, but this is still potential, and by analog ‘timeless/spaceless’. As he moves to compose the book the realization is an interaction of the potential idea with a temporal actualization and a series of parallel and/or sequential drafts, in a discontinuous series and or discontinuous set of alternates. The interaction of time and eternity is via the hyparchic dimension as just this discontinuous series as the book takes shape in a directional and willed action of creative writing. Early drafts suffer issues of quality and the cyclical hyparxis interaction with the potential generates an uphill qualitative transformation.
This writer’s World History and the Eonic Effect most probably gives us an example of this triple aspect of the temporal: the temporal stream of history shows an embedded discontinuous series in both successive and parallel (spatially discontinuous) and this is associated with the action to ‘climb Mt. Improbable’. The so-called macro sequence is just this kind of discontinuous realization of potential as the stream of history upgrades with eras of creative action. This phenomenon of the eonic effect in the Axial Age also shows clear cases of the parallel effect as the temporal stream actually (and most remarkably) shows a splitting of synchronous lines in the remarkable ‘transition zones’ of the Axial Age.


No, I am not a sufi. You wouldn’t let hackers sabotage your computer, don’t agree to let occultists hack your brain/soul…

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It must be a trick to get my guard down. I have made very clear my brief interaction with sufis (nemonemini.info) and I have no contact or relationship with any such movement about which I have been extremely critical. Someone who naively enters the sufi category can be the object of all sorts of unwanted black magic and I would advise steering completely clear of the whole game…The same for Gurdjieff and EJ Gold spheres. We have already challengedf oshoism/buddhism as ‘zombie’ movements (the osho system barely underway and stopable).
Calling me a sufi is the last laugh joke of a group that is in my experience a malevolent set of dark operators. There be all sorts of nice guy sufis but I have never met any.

Evidence for Jesus is weaker than you might think

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Source: Evidence for Jesus is weaker than you might think


No, I am not a sufi…whatever happened to the sufi path of love, what a pill of crap…?

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Update: wrote another version, then advised to restore original here:

Calling one a sufi is the subtlest tactic of domination by the hidden mafia of ‘sufis’ who also don’t call themselves sufis, preying on the groupies and pious idiots suckered into the ‘path’. The sufi path is so disinfo’d it is virtually impossible to proceed and those who make headway are in my experience psychopaths: all the baraka was given to criminals, fascists, sadists, and reactionaries. I made it clear in the material at nemonemini.info that I was never included in any sufi movement, group, or school although I navigated in proximity to the phony ‘school’ of EJ Gold whose work seems to have been a hidden jewish supremacist attempt to ‘take over’ sufism: his gentile followers were all suckers with the real stuff granted (in my experience) to outside jews, the rest being dupes and canon fodder/food for ‘cannibals’. In any case I consider myself strangely fortunate and it may be no coincidence to have looked into sufism from a good vantage point without any involvement. I got the message, not welcome (the son of a protest minister would be under suspicion of being an honest man). By accident I was in the right place at the right time to be in the ‘soul’ field generation, but the sufis made sure I was to be deprived of that. I suspect that a fascist movement was being generated and I was obviously a kind of liberal and to be avoided.
After that I have been the object of repeated attacks of black magic and attempted murders.

The lesson here is to be wary of sufis. Behind sufism lies a deeper path than, say, buddhism or advaita, in the ‘path’ of the ‘will’, but you can work in that direction as well alone, if you can defeat your own ego, poor chance, but you will never find the source behind sufism. Gurdjieff seems to have thought he found it, but his teaching is a complete hodgepodge…who knows…

Warn beginners away from sufism and move on with nothing. A path can be a liability, a trap to being turned into a workhorse with a collar, meditating to generate energy for vampires in the background.
The path of will has been cluttered with an impostor, the Crowley nonsense. Whatever that was, it died with Crowley who seems not to have understood his own shenanigans.

The path of the will is not about willpower, although that issue is important, of course, and must be a variant of the path of enlightenment. But the whole question is almost hopeless now, so cluttered with gangsters and rogue occultists.

At some point the modern secular enlightenment is going to regenerate its own version of the ‘enlightenment’ path (Schopenhauer in one stroke came close, but couldn’t quite make the last breakthrough) and his work shows the overall form and essence of any and all paths, a problem remaining that his version of the will in nature could be taken as metaphysical: strictly speaking the ‘thing in itself’ is beyond knowledge’.

I fear all the sufi paths are sucker bets in an occult casino and if Gurdjieff is any indication the bigwigs are big devils.


DU: a commentary…

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Debriefing Gurdjieffianity

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Transcendental Meditation Pseudoscience | Richard Dawkins Foundation

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Source: Transcendental Meditation Pseudoscience | Richard Dawkins Foundation


An ongoing short blogbook …

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Another upgrade to our blogbook …

The status and critique of the New Age movement tables itself as an issue in the context of the exploitation factor emerging in the wake of the tide of groups and gurus emerging the late sixties and early seventies. The far earlier source of the New Age movement is of course clear from the record, if less clear to contemporary ‘new agers’. We see the onset of the phenomenon in the period of the philosopher Schopenhauer at the beginning of the nineteenth century. There is a consistent strain of skeptical reserve with respect to the authoritarian character of the guru movement, with an attendant but less resolved claim against the realm of the sufis.
The blog The Gurdjieff Con came into existence in 2008 and attempted to expose the contradictions and occult shadow world of the ambiguously sufistic Gurdjieff. This critical stance ultimately resulted in the publication of the work Debriefing Gurdjieffianity as an Amazon Kindle book. We can proceed with a similar work with respect to the more general issue of buddhism, and the realm of the ‘hinduistic’ guruism. Read the rest of this entry »


The global ‘conspiracy’ of anti-democratic stupido dictators…

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Source: The global ‘conspiracy’ of anti-democratic stupido dictators…


the framework of schopenhauer to replace india’s grotesque mafia of gurus exploiting global seekers

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From a short book on Schopenhauer: robert wicks: Schopenhauer’s the world as will and representation…
It would be easy enough translate the (often confused) advaita into the conceptual framework of schopenhauer and kant. The crooks passed off as gurus in india don’t deserve the respect and allegiance of western seekers.
time to take the legacy beyond india into a global sphere and abandon india to the revolution long overdue….

The indian religious texts contain an amalgam of theistic and non-theistic passages, and if we consider the particular ideas that Schopnehauer extracted from them for citation in World as Will and Representation it is evident that the non-theistic ideas drew his attention. These include 1.the conviction that the ordinary world of trees, rocks, roads, and people is illusory, or dreamlike (Schopenhauer had already absorbed this idea from his readings of Plato, Kant, Shakespeare and Calderon),2. The thought that at the world’s foundation there Is an immediate distinction between its ‘inner’ and ‘outer’ natures (namely the ‘atman’ and the ‘brahman’….