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BEELZEBUB’S TALES TO HIS GRANDSON – GURDJIEFF

Posted by lahar9jhadav on March 10, 2012

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BEELZEBUB’S TALES TO HIS GRANDSON

or

An Objectively Impartial Criticism of the Life of Man

by

G. I. GURDJIEFF

 

 

Beelzebub’s Tales is an epoch-making work that represents the first new mythology in 4000 years.” J.G. Bennett

“the most convincing fusion of Eastern and Western thought that has yet been seen…” Martin Seymour-Smith (The 100 Most Influential Books Ever Written)

“This Book is a guide to becoming a real human. Gurdjieff advised us to read, reread and then read this Book again many, many times. Read it aloud with others and read it to yourself. Even if you read it thirty, even fifty times, you will always find something you missed before—a sentence which gives with great precision the answer to a question you have had for years.” Mrs. A.L.Staveley

Table Of Contents

FIRST BOOK

Chapter I
The Arousing of Thought
Chapter II
Introduction – Why Beelzebub Was in Our Solar System
Chapter III
The Cause of the Delay in the Falling of the Ship Karnak
Chapter IV
The Law of Falling
Chapter V
The System of Archangel Hariton
Chapter VI
Perpetual Motion
Chapter VII
Becoming Aware of Genuine Being-Duty
Chapter VIII
The Impudent Brat Hassein, Beelzebub’s Grandson, Dares to Call Men “Slugs”
Chapter IX
The Cause of the Genesis of the Moon
Chapter X
Why “Men” Are Not Men
Chapter XI
A Piquant Trait of the Peculiar Psyche of Contemporary Man
Chapter XII
The First “Growl”
Chapter XIII
Why in Man’s Reason Fantasy May Be Perceived as Reality
Chapter XIV
The Beginnings of Perspectives Promising Nothing Very Cheerful
Chapter XV
The First Descent of Beelzebub upon the Planet Earth
Chapter XVI
The Relative Understanding of Time
Chapter XVII
The Arch-absurd — According to the Assertion of Beelzebub, Our Sun Neither Lights nor Heats
Chapter XVIII
The Arch-preposterous
Chapter XIX
Beelzebub’s Tales About His Second Descent on to the Planet Earth
Chapter XX
The Third Flight of Beelzebub to the Planet Earth
Chapter XXI
The First Visit of Beelzebub to India
Chapter XXII
Beelzebub for the First Time in Tibet
Chapter XXIII
The Fourth Personal Sojourn of Beelzebub on the Planet Earth
Chapter XXIV
Beelzebub’s Flight to the Planet Earth for the Fifth Time
Chapter XXV
The Very Saintly Ashiata Shiemash, Sent from Above to the Earth
Chapter XXVI
The Legominism Concerning the Deliberations of the Very Saintly Ashiata Shiemash Under the Title of “The Terror-of-the-Situation”
Chapter XXVII
The Organization for Man’s Existence Created by the Very Saintly Ashiata Shiemash
Chapter XXVIII
The Chief Culprit in the Destruction of All the Very Saintly Labors of Ashiata Shiemash

SECOND BOOK
Chapter XXIX
The Fruits of Former Civilizations and the Blossoms of the Contemporary
Chapter XXX
Art
Chapter XXXI
The Sixth and Last Sojourn of Beelzebub on the Planet Earth
Chapter XXXII
Hypnotism
Chapter XXXIII
Beelzebub as Professional Hypnotist
Chapter XXXIV
Russia
Chapter XXXV
A Change in the Appointed Course of the Falling of the Transspace Ship Karnak
Chapter XXXVI
Just a Wee Bit More About the Germans
Chapter XXXVII
France
Chapter XXXVIII
Religion
Chapter XXXIX
The Holy Planet “Purgatory”

THIRD BOOK
Chapter XL
Beelzebub Tells How People Learned and Again Forgot About the Fundamental Cosmic Law of Heptaparaparshinokh
Chapter XLI
The Bokharian Dervish Hadji-Asvatz-Troov
Chapter XLII
Beelzebub in America
Chapter XLIII
Beelzebub’s Survey of the Process of the Periodic Reciprocal Destruction of Men, or Beelzebub’s Opinion of War
Chapter XLIV
In the opinion of Beelzebub, Man’s Understanding of Justice Is for Him in the Objective Sense an Accursed Mirage
Chapter XLV
In the Opinion of Beelzebub, Man’s Extraction of Electricity from Nature and Its Destruction During Its Use, Is One of the Chief Causes of the Shortening of the Life of Man
Chapter XLVI
Beelzebub Explains to His Grandson the Significance of the Form and Sequence Which He Chose for Expounding the Information Concerning Man
Chapter XLVII
The Inevitable Result of Impartial Mentation
Chapter XLVIII
From the Author

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