By Will Parfitt
A pragmatic & experiential advisor to knowing the Tree of existence, a brand new revised version of the dwelling Qabalah, steered as an outstanding advent. 1995, mild creasing to hide
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But it is safest to regard the Seekers for Truth as a body in which Gurdjieff's friends would be included but which comprehends all those in pursuit of eternal things; just as the World Brotherhood which the group is said to have contacted, is composed of all those practicing the right methods to spiritual attainment: Among the adepts of this monastery there were former Christians, Jews, Mohammedans, Buddhists, Lamaists, and even one Shamanist. All were united by God the Truth. All the brethren of this monastery lived together in such amity that, in spite of the specific traits and properties of the representatives of the different religions, Professor Skridlov and I could never tell to which religion this or that brother had formerly belonged.
It is possible to analyze Gurdjieff's teaching and to point to features which might have come from the various religious traditions of the Caucasus. Some indications of his sources will be given at the end of this book. All that is important at this stage is that he had access to Greek, T H E S E E KE R FOR TRUTH 35 Russian, and Armenian churches by the simple facts of his birth and upbringing. "Father Yevlampios" has disappeared in the mists of time, but the monastery of Sanaine or Sanahin is a celebrated foundation dating from the tenth century and situated just south of Tiflis.
In 1892-the year which GurdjielI himself selects as a watershed in his activities-he would have turned eighteen. This coincides too closely with the advent of military age to avoid reemphasis in the light of the rumor about his evasion of military service. From this year onward, GurdjielI's activities must all lie under suspicion of being associated with political intrigue; and his involvement with the Cretan revolt at the age of twenty two may have been the exploit of an already seasoned campaigner.
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