By P. D. Ouspensky
Ideal occultist analyzes yes older faculties of proposal, of either East and West, connects them with glossy rules and explains them within the mild of 20th-century discoveries and speculations in physics and philosophy. attention-grabbing discussions of relativity, the fourth measurement, Christian symbolism, the tarot, yoga, desires and extra. Stimulating and thought-provoking.
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And yet it is only when they are combined into one whole that they will cease to distort truth and to lead men away from the right path. Many people will of course protest vehemently and even revolt at the suggestion that religion, philosophy, science and art represent similar, equivalent, and equally imperfect ways of seeking truth. To a religious man, the idea will appear disrespectful to religion. To a man of science it will appear insulting to science. To an artist it will appear a mockery of art.
Truth is at the centre, where the four ways con- verge. Consequently the nearer they are to one another, the nearer they are to truth, the farther from one another, the farther from truth. Moreover, the division of each of these ways within itself, that is to say, the sub-division into systems, schools, churches and doctrines, denotes great remoteness from the truth; and we see in fact that the number of divisions, far from diminishing, increases in every domain and every sphere of human activity.
Like science and philosophy, art is a definite way of knowledge. The artist, in creating, learns much that he did not know before. But an art which does not reveal mysteries, which does not lead to the sphere of the Unknown, does not yield new knowledge, is a parody of art, and still more often it is not even a parody, but simply a commerce or an industry. Pseudo-religion, pseudo-philosophy, pseudo-science and pseudo-art are practically all that we know. We are fed on substitutes, on " margarine " in all aspects and forms.