The Secret History of The World and How To Get Out Alive
excerto da introdução:
Be that as it may, it does not, in my opinion, at all detract from the usefulness of
the material. The discovery of the benzene ring came from a dream and led to a
breakthrough in science. And so it has seemed that the concerted effort to examine
all the parameters of reality, and then to “allow” it to sort itself and “come out” in
a novel process of reassembly, has proven very fruitful in many respects.
Ark discussed the essential nature of this approach recently in an exchange with
Robin Amis, the editor and commentator of Boris Mouravieff‘s Gnosis:
Ark to Robin Amis:
You stated that:
1) Scientific method has its limitations.
2) Knowledge should be understood in broader terms so as to include, for instance
“noetic knowledge”. In particular:
a) there is a true form of knowledge that is normally associated with religion
b ) those with intellectual training tend to regard it as not being knowledge at all
3) That you - Praxis - teach this other form of knowledge, and the conditions under
which it can be understood.
4) The reason that Praxis (and other religions) depends on a suspension of judgment
is “that newcomers studying this material, despite quickly getting confirmation of
its reality, will not understand it deeply enough”.
I will try to address and expand the above points and, perhaps, try to add some new
ideas, if only for the future discussion.
Point 1) I agree. I agree completely. In fact it takes a scientist to truly know the
limitation and the weaknesses of science, as many of the tricks and games and even
lies are known only to the insiders - scientists.
Point 2) I agree that there is such a knowledge; I agree that is important and, in fact,
is crucial. And it is because of this fact that we stress on our Website and in our
publications the importance of “knowledge”, not just “science” or facts. It depends
on whether you start with a fact and follow the clues to real knowledge, or whether
you start with an assumption, and interpret all facts based on what may, at the very
beginning, be a lie.
a) Whether this “true knowledge” is, was, or should be “associated with religion” is
desculpem o Inglês....
... só tenho a introdução do livro
" A percepção é muito melhor que o conhecimento "