Three Dangerous Magi: Osho Gurdjieff Cr

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John Hunt Publishing, Oct 12, 2010 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 714 pages
The Three Dangerous Magi reveals scandal, mayhem, death, sex, drugs, ecstasy, enlightenment, in the lives of the three most notorious sages of the 20th century. Use their story for personal transformation.
 

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Contents

The Inner Work
459
The Importance of Practice
460
Practice from Oshos Work
467
Practice from Gurdjieffs Work
480
Practice from Crowleys Work
493
Historical Influences
513
Historical Influences on Crowleys Magick and Thelema
514
Historical Influences on the Gurdjieff Work
547

The Gurdjieff Work
125
Oshos Teachings
154
Commentaries
183
Kings of the Night
184
SelfPerfection and the Myth of the Infallible Guru
209
The Spiritual Commune Paradiso and Inferno Part One
232
The Spiritual Commune Paradiso and Inferno Part Two
269
Of Women and Sex
303
Of Drugged Sages Drunken Idiots and Mysterious Deaths
347
Magical Warfare
386
Transmission and Legacy
408
Return of the Magi Of Rogues Prophets and Prophecy
440
Historical Influences on Oshos Teachings
575
The OshoCrowley Parallels
604
Crowley and Chess The Royal Game and the Inner Work
611
Gurdjieff Beelzebub and Zecharia Sitchin
626
Osho John Dee and the Greatest Library in the World
638
Resources
642
Brief Survey of Biographies
645
Bibliography
666
Notes
675
Acknowledgements
712
About the Author
713
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