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Bee
l
ebub’sTalesTo HisGrandson
G.I. Gurdjieff 
 
ALL AND EVERYTHING
Ten Books in Three Series
FIRST 
 
SERIES
:
 Three books under the title of An Objectively ImpartialCriticism of the Life of Man,” or, “Beelzebub’s tales to hisgrandson.”
SECOND
 
SERIES
:
 Three books under the common title of “Meetings withRemarkable Men.”
THIRD
 
SERIES
:
Four books under the common title of “Life is Real Only Then, When ‘I Am.’”
All written according to entirely new principles of logical reason-ing and strictly directed towards the solution of the following threecardinal problems:
FIRST
 
SERIES
: To destroy, mercilessly, without any compromises what-soever, in the mentation and feelings of the reader, the beliefs andviews, by centuries rooted in him, about everything existing in theworld.
SECOND
 
SERIES
: To acquaint the reader with the material required fora new creation and to prove the soundness and good quality of it.
 THIRD
 
SERIES
: To assist the arising, in the mentation and in the feel-ings of the reader, of a veritable, non- fantastic representation notof that illusory world which he now perceives, but of the worldexisting in reality.
 
FIRST BOOK 
1. T 
HE 
A
ROUSING 
 
OF 
HOUGHT 
----------------------------------------------------------2.
I
NTRODUCTION
: W
HY
B
EELZEBUB
W
AS
 
IN 
UR 
OLAR 
YSTEM 
------------------513.
T
HE
C
AUSE
 
OF
 
THE
D
ELAY
 
IN
 
THE
F
ALLING
 
OF
 
THE
S
HIP
 
ARNAK 
-------------------------------------------------------------------------56 4.
T
HE
L
AW
 
OF
F
ALLING
-----------------------------------------------------------------66
5.
T
HE
S
YSTEM
 
OF
A
RCHANGEL
H
ARITON
---------------------------------------------
70 
6. P
ERPETUAL
M
OTION
------------------------------------------------------------------
73 7.
B
ECOMING
A
WARE
 
OF
G
ENUINE
B
EING
-D
UTY
--------------------------------------
76 8.
T
HE
I
MPUDENT
B
RAT
H
ASSEIN
, B
EELZEBUB
S
G
RANDSON
, D
ARES
 
TO
C
ALL
M
EN
“S
LUGS
”--------------------------------------
79 9.
T
HE
C
AUSE
 
OF
 
THE
G
ENESIS
 
OF
 
THE
M
OON
----------------------------------------
8110.
W
HY
“M
EN
A
RE
N
OT
M
EN
------------------------------------------------------
87 11
. A P
IQUANT
T
RAIT
 
OF
 
THE
P
ECULIAR
P
SYCHE
 
OF
C
ONTEMPORARY
M
AN
----------------------------------------------------------------
94 12.
T
HE
F
IRST
“G
ROWL
---------------------------------------------------------------
98 13.
W
HY
 
IN
M
AN
S
R
EASON
F
ANTASY
M
AY
B
E
P
ERCEIVED
 
AS
R
EALITY
--------------------------------------------------------
103 14.
T
HE
B
EGINNINGS
 
OF
P
ERSPECTIVES
P
ROMISING
N
OTHING
V
ERY
C
HEERFUL
---------------------------------------------------------
106 15.
T
HE
F
IRST
D
ESCENT
 
OF
B
EELZEBUB
 
UPON
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------
109 16.
T
HE
R
ELATIVE
U
NDERSTANDING
 
OF
T
IME
----------------------------------------
12117.
T
HE
A
RCH
-
ABSURD
: A
CCORDING
 
TO
 
THE
A
SSERTION
 
OF
B
EELZEBUB
, O
UR
S
UN
N
EITHER
L
IGHTS
 
NOR
H
EATS
---------------------------
134 18.
T
HE
A
RCH
-
PREPOSTEROUS
--------------------------------------------------------
149 19.
B
EELZEBUB
S
T
ALES
A
BOUT
H
IS
S
ECOND
D
ESCENT
 
ONTO
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTH
-----------------------------------------------
177 20.
T
HE
T
HIRD
F
LIGHT
 
OF
B
EELZEBUB
 
TO
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTH
----------------------------------------------------------------------
207 21.
T
HE
F
IRST
V
ISIT
 
OF
B
EELZEBUB
 
TO
I
NDIA
----------------------------------------
227 22.
B
EELZEBUB
 
FOR
 
THE
F
IRST
T
IME
 
IN
T
IBET
--------------------------------------
252 23.
T
HE
F
OURTH
P
ERSONAL
S
OJOURN
 
OF
B
EELZEBUBON
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTH
-------------------------------------------------------------
268 24.
B
EELZEBUB
S
F
LIGHT
 
TO
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTHFOR
 
THE
F
IFTH
T
IME
----------------------------------------------------------------
315 25.
T
HE
V
ERY
S
AINTLY
A
SHIATA
S
HIEMASH
, S
ENTFROM
A
BOVE
 
TO
 
THE
E
ARTH
--------------------------------------------------------
347 26.
T
HE
L
EGOMINISM
C
ONCERNING
 
THE
D
ELIBERATIONS
 
OF
 
THE
V
ERY
S
AINTLY
-------A
SHIATA
S
HIEMASH
 
NDER 
 
THE 
ITLE 
 
OF 
“T 
HE 
ERROR 
OF 
THE 
S
ITUATION
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
353 27.
T
HE
O
RGANIZATION
 
FOR
M
AN
S
E
XISTENCE
 
REATED 
 
BY 
 
THE 
ERY 
AINTLY 
A
SHIATA
 
S
HIEMASH
------------------------------------------------
366 
 
28.
T
HE
C
HIEF
C
ULPRIT
 
IN
 
THE
D
ESTRUCTION
 
OF
A
LLTHE
V
ERY
S
AINTLY
L
ABORS
 
OF
A
SHIATA
S
HIEMASH
------------------------------
390 
SECOND BOOK 
29.
T
HE
F
RUITS
 
OF
F
ORMER
C
IVILIZATIONS
 
AND
 
THE
B
LOSSOMS
 
OF
 
THE
C
ONTEMPORARY
----------------------------------------------
413 30.
A
RT
----------------------------------------------------------------------------------
449 31.
T
HE
S
IXTH
 
AND
L
AST
S
OJOURN
 
OF
B
EELZEBUBON
 
THE
P
LANET
E
ARTH
-------------------------------------------------------------
524 32.
H
YPNOTISM
------------------------------------------------------------------------
558 33.
B
EELZEBUB
 
AS
P
ROFESSIONAL
H
YPNOTIST
-------------------------------------
579 34.
R
USSIA
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
59135.
A C
HANGE
 
IN
 
THE
A
PPOINTED
C
OURSE
 
OFTHE
F
ALLING
 
OF
 
THE
T
RANSSPACE
S
HIP
 
ARNAK 
--------------------------------657 36.
J
UST
 
A
W
EE
B
IT
M
ORE
A
BOUT
 
THE
G
ERMANS
----------------------------------
660 37.
F
RANCE
-----------------------------------------------------------------------------
663 38.
R
ELIGION
--------------------------------------------------------------------------
694 39.
T
HE
H
OLY
P
LANET
“P
URGATORY
-----------------------------------------------
744 
THIRD BOOK 
40.
EELZEBUB 
ELLS 
OW 
EOPLE 
L
EARNED 
 
AND 
A
GAIN 
ORGOT 
A
BOUT 
--------- 
THE 
UNDAMENTAL
OSMIC 
L
AW 
 
OF 
EPTAPARAPARSHINOKH 
------------------ 
81341.
HE 
OKHARIAN 
ERVISH 
ADJI 
-A
SVATZ 
-T 
ROOV 
------------------------------ 
87142.
EELZEBUB 
 
IN 
A
MERICA
---------------------------------------------------------- 
91843.
EELZEBUB 
’ 
URVEY 
 
OF 
 
THE 
ROCESS 
 
OF 
 
THE 
ERIODIC 
ECIPROCAL
--------- 
ESTRUCTION 
 
OF 
EN 
,
OR 
EELZEBUB 
’ 
PINION 
 
OF 
AR 
----------------- 
105544.
 
THE 
PINION 
 
OF 
EELZEBUB 
,
AN 
’ 
NDERSTANDING 
 
OF 
USTICE 
---------- 
FOR 
IM 
 
IN 
 
THE 
BJECTIVE 
ENSE 
 
AN 
A
CCURSED 
IRAGE 
------------------- 
111945.
 
THE 
PINION 
 
OF 
EELZEBUB 
,
AN 
’ 
XTRACTION 
 
OF 
LECTRICITY 
 
FROM 
ATURE 
 
AND 
TS 
ESTRUCTION 
URING 
TS 
SE 
, I 
NE 
 
OF 
 
THE 
HIEF 
AUSES 
 
OF 
 
THE 
HORTENING OF 
 
THE 
L
IFE 
 
OF 
AN 
-------------------------------------------------------------- 
114546.
EELZEBUB 
XPLAINS 
 
TO 
IS 
RANDSON 
 
THE 
IGNIFICANCE 
 
OF 
 
THE 
ORM 
 
AND 
EQUENCE 
HICH 
HOSE 
 
FOR 
XPOUNDING 
 
THE 
NFORMATION 
ONCERNING 
AN 
----------------------------------------------------------------- 
116147.
HE 
NEVITABLE 
ESULT 
 
OF 
MPARTIAL
ENTATION 
---------------------------- 
117348.
ROM 
 
THE 
A
UTHOR 
-------------------------------------------------------------- 
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