Dr. Buzzell found the works of Gurdjieff, who had introduced the concept that human beings have not one but three brains.
by John Dale Dr. Buzzell’s works center, in a very focused way, on Gurdjieff’s Law of Three and Law of Seven. Using the enneagram and his own Cosmic Unfolding symbol as models of these laws, he produces really remarkable, detailed elucidations of the concepts and deeply buried “dogs” in Beelzebub’s Tales. Also very much on […]
by David Whitfield Rather than waiting until I can write a more complete opinion re: the five Keith Buzzell books — I’ve decided to just write a note for now—and the send you a more complete commentary later when I’m better prepared to do so. Just let me say—a mere peek into the books—with those […]
Thank you very much for an excellent weekend! Keith, I appreciate all your effort to communicate your understanding of The Tales and your insights. Throughout the weekend, your interpretations of metaphor in The Tales helped me to catch a glimpse of how various degrees of reason operate. There were a few moments when I felt myself change due to […]
Keith Buzzell and the Fifth Press staff were present at the All and Everything Humanities Conference 2012, in Salt Lake City. Keith presented a paper from Reflections on Gurdjieff’s Whim, The Dilemma of the Toof-Nef-Tef. Below is a report from Debbie Elliott. My first A & E conference & the 17th to be held, this […]
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