Main characters[ edit ] Beelzebub, relates his past experiences in a solar system called Ors our solar system where he had been banished for rebelling against His Endlessness. He spent his exile in observation of the solar system, and of Earth and humans in particular. He visited Earth six times and observed it from just after its creation until Because of his help in the eradication of animal sacrifice on Earth, Beelzebub was pardoned from his sentence.
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At the same time, this book is illuminating,revelatory, humorous, and, at times charged with emotional energy that transmits itself to the reader.
It is hard to remain merely curious about the Gurdjieff work. One tends to either reject it after a superficial overview, or delve into its life-changing depths.
If anything, these ideas are more relevant in the face of our present-day reality in this constantly shifting, ever-changing world. Gurdjeiff writes Beelzebub as an extraterrestrial astronaut who describes his experience with the strange and illogical inhabitants on the planet Earth.
He describes every facet of human life and even details the odd beliefs held by specific cultures. Written in a style which prevents passive reading, it is a difficult volume to read through but truly rewarding and worth the effort. This particular American was unable to be successful in his business teaching Americans how to dance the foxtrot in New York There are more tidbits of wisdom, humor, insightfulness and advice throughout the epic than can ever be divulged in a short review.
I can definitely exclaim that his goal was actualized in this work.
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