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Fortune’s lack of curiosity — The mystery of the melted platinum — Cords used as books — The tree and the telephone — Cultural relativity III. But their time is not ours. First, because it brings to the attention of the average reader information pauwdls has probably not been seen before.
Take it with a grain of salt– but as an exercise in creating an alternate worldview, this book can be highly entertaining. It is pure magic itself.
Los trenes, las industrias, la electricidad y los cigarrillos: See 1 question about The Morning of the Magicians…. We believe that human phenomena must also be measured against the jacquse scale.
Review of The Morning of the Magicians by Louis Pauwels and Jacques Bergier
Doors are opened onto a different kind of reality. It was this great thinker who wrote: Influencing everything from Robert Anton Wilson’s Illuminatus!
All the work of Henri Poincare bears witness to this collapse. Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. For him humanity is only at the beginning of its evolution.
I existed in a rarefied air, sitting — lotus fashion — on a cloud borne from the Orient. View all 3 comments. I read this book because javques its influence on popular culture in the 60s and 70s and I can nergier see the appeal it must have had.
We are now going to give, for what we believe to be the first time, a description of what an alchemist actually does in his laboratory.
Everyone who has met him and experienced PREFACE xxxi his extraordinary memory, his insatiable curiosity, his a rare quality, this invariable presence of mind, will at once believe me when I say that five years with Bergier have saved me perhaps twenty years of private read- ing. Shut the gates; nobody will ever be the equal of the giants who invented the steam engine. The humanities have become the last refuge of prejudice as well the prejudices long since abandoned by the physi- cal sciences.
One day should we ever have the money, got from whatever source! My father reproached me with having sold the past, gone over to the side of the mandarins and those proud of their very powerlessness. Strange that this ban should have been imposed on any investigation of the ocean depths! Jul 29, Ocean rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The author writing only a decade and a half from the Cratering ruins of the second world war like many Europeans was attempting to make sense of a world after the camps and the bomb and human destiny and our place in the cosm First warning the author entertains pseudoscience and extravagant claims.
Only an arrant coward could hesitate between the risk he runs himself and the risks to which he exposes the world. One Response to Pauwels and Bergier.
A prelimi- nary to any raising of our sights toward a higher vision of life is that our thinking should have absorbed — alive and kicking — the truths of the pre- vious level. I would go in for theoretical physics in order to live at the very heart of true romance.
Nor is it a collection of bizarre facts, though the Angel of the Bizarre might well find himself at home in it. The literary philosophers had been telling us that man is incapable of under- standing the world. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Such a question is meaningless. An all time favorite.
In the DVD extras for the movie Shock Waveswhich kicked the subgenre off again after almost thirty years of dormancy, one of the screenwriters I think it was John Kent Harrison, but don’t quote me mentions that he got the idea for the movie from this book.
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We were not interested in the “outer suburbs” of reality: Modern science has shown us that behind the visible there is an extremely complicated invisible. Had it not there manifested its power in certain ways that I might be inclined to accept? Nothing but an extreme timidity and con- cern that man should “stay in his proper place.
The modern alchemist is a man who reads treatises on nuclear physics. Nevertheless, about the same time, a much more important and excit- ing drama than any in which the characters of Divorce or Le Lys Rouge The Red Lily were involved was being played out in the sphere of pure knowledge. It points to something that might, in the future, be possible and, as we shall see presently, jadques one of the great themes discussed in bygone civilizations. There are mar- jscques and miracles, and terrifying things too.
In the eyes of the operator the rocket has already crashed.