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Hadji-Astvatz-Troov is a Bokharian Dervish who is well familiarized with all of the laws of vibrations and their effects. Whether Gurdjieff invented these words, or applied certain concepts to them is unclear. Many of these words have roots in modern languages, while others have roots in ancient languages. Gurdjieff applied these words to minor concepts, as well as some major ones. One of the major concepts is where Gurdjieff applies the word Hasnamuss to certain types of people.
According to Beelzebub's Tales , Hasnamuss is a being who acquires "something" which creates certain harmful factors for himself, as well as for those around him. According to Gurdjieff this applies to "average people" as well as to those who are on "higher levels". Gurdjieff went to great lengths to add layer upon layer of complexity to the book. At times dry, long winded, or seemingly ridiculous, Gurdjieff also added a huge list of complicated words which appear frequently throughout the text. Many times the definition of those words is given later on in the text, which functionally necessitates more than one reading of the text.
The first chapter, entitled "The Arousing of Thought", was edited or rewritten by Gurdjieff 30 times.
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Gurdjieff also expounded one of the book's most controversial ideas in an early chapter entitled "The Arch-absurd: According to the assertion of Beelzebub, our Sun neither lights or heats". One of Gurdjieff's chief criticisms of modern society, expressed quite clearly even to the casual reader in this particular volume, is the inexactitude of modern language.
What follows is the first sentence of Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson:. The reason for complicating so far the plot of this book is to increase the effort and the attention required from the reader to understand this book. This is because of Gurdjieff's conviction that knowledge which comes without any effort from the student is completely useless for that student. He believed that true knowledge comes from personal experiences and individual confrontations actualized by one's own intentions. The complexity and the length of this book limited the readers to only those who are interested in Gurdjieff's ideas.
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It has thorns. She walks up the embankment holding another leafless branch by the end. We come back together and walk further on. Timothy sets out a lawn chair for grandpa to rest. Soon Auntie tosses out a couple more stalks. She points the plants out. We walk back to the truck where we unpack our lawn chairs and set out supplies on the tailgate.
We each pick a spot and set up our chairs slightly away from one another. She holds up a stalk with a table knife in her hands. She braces her foot, leans down, and scrapes. Sharp knives remove too much medicine.