Tertium Organum

Tertium Organum

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by P. D. Ouspensky, Jane Ma'ati Smith C.Hyp. Msc.D.

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The revised translation of the world famous Russian philosopher's work about attempting to understand man and his place in creation.


The revised translation of the world famous Russian philosopher's work about attempting to understand man and his place in creation.

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Peter D. Ouspesky was a widely traveled Russian born philosopher, who made his way to London after the Bolshevik Revolution. He was associated with Gurdjieff for many years, but ultimately seperated both from the man and the philosophy. Ouspensky's work stands apart and above, as writing of rare lucidity and clarity.

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Tertium Organum (1920) 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Why haven't more of us heard of this book? Not only does it challenge what we accept as true, it reveals much more of a reality that we don't see. Written to challenge us to think and feel. and to live as spiritual beings who are capable of so much more. I love this book.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one of those great Books that has suffered because of a lack of readership capable of comprehending it. If one has the left brain traits necessary to grasp the transfinite logic and mathematics, then the mystical implications are ungraspable. And if you have the right brain intuition to understand the mystical implications, then you often struggle with the logic and mathematics. This book requires a reader with not only a first rate mind, but also a balanced one. To briefly abstract the primary thesis: time is really motion in extra dimensional space. This is profound, for Ospensky was the first to actually point towards where an actual, physical fourth dimension can be found. Our brains confuse this dimension with time. It can be split off from time with an adjustment, or evolution, of consciousness. You see, this represents the next huge leap in understanding the nature of the universe and reality. Just as Newton's undefined quantity of "gravity" was shown to actually be curved space, so does Ouspensky show Einstein's undefined quantity of "time" to be motion through higher physical dimensions. If you want a book that will challenge you, this is it. One day these ideas are going to shake the very foundations of mainstream science, of mankind's collective view of "reality"....
Guest More than 1 year ago
Read this book. It is exactly what you were looking for.