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Gurdjieff and Orage : Brothers in Elysium by Paul Beekman Taylor (2001, Paperback)
Guide and Index to G. Gurdjieff's All and Everything: Beelzebub's Tales to His Grandson.
Views From the Real World: Journey Through This World: This research by Mr. BeekmanTaylor a first-hand witness shreds light over both Orage and Gurdjieff and several people of their immediate circle.
A truly insightful book that I highly recommed for any serious seeker. I am very happy about this purchase. I hope to soon read other works by Mr. Brothers in Elysium by Paul Beekman Taylor This book is interesting, maddening, and ultimately disappointing as I think the author completely misses the point.
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The back cover says the book is "informed by both rigorous scholarship and his own relationship with Gurdjieff. Alfred Richard Orage was a prominent literary critic and editor of the highly influential review "The New Age" whose contributors included Ezra Pound, G.
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Shaw, and Katherine Mansfield. It covered not only literature and poetry, but also economics, a discipline that would preoccupy Orage until his untimely death in Before meeting Gurdjieff, he had written for the theosophical review and had a keen interest in esoteric matters. Orage was one of the most influential men in England at the time, although he was not well-known.
His influence came from his relations with the people he knew, who were themselves famous. A year later, Gurdjieff sent him to New York before Gurdjieff and his dance troop arrived in order to prepare the terrain for G's first visit to the United States. Orage spent the next seven years in New York as the leader of the Gurdjieff groups there. In this capacity he nourished links with artist, writers, politicians, and people of money, spreading the word about the Gurdjieff work, as well as raising money to support the Institute in France.
Gurdjieff and Orage : Brothers in Elysium
He also did the bulk of the translation of Gurdjieff epic work, "All and Everything, Beelzebub's Tales to his Grandson". The book contains many extracts from Orage's letters. Taylor is a friend of the Orage family and was given access to letters and journals of both Orage and his wife Jessie, with whom he fell in love shortly after his arrival in New York. This aspect of the book is its best. We can read Orage and Jessie's own words. But the idea that Jessie could have been a diversion sent by the General Law to take Orage away from the work is never considered by Taylor.
It is clear from her writing that Jessie was only participating in the work to the extent she needed to in order to retain Orage. Once they were married, she pretty much gave up on it completely.
When she was there with Orage, she hated it. She had no interest in the work for herself. Other commentators have argued that it was his relationship with Jessie that ultimately led to the parting of the ways between Orage and Gurdjieff. William Patrick Patterson discusses this question in his book "Struggle of the Magicians". Taylor says there is no evidence in Orage's papers that Gurdjieff expressed his displeasure with Orage over the matter and says that Gurdjieff was always fond of her.
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