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Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:21
door combi
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Naar aanleiding van de qff podcast luisterboeken. Bij alle boeken en info "denk zelf na"

☰ Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spoke Zarathustra - Part 1☰


☰ Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spoke Zarathustra - Part 2 ☰


☰ Friedrich Nietzsche - Thus Spoke Zarathustra - Part 3 ☰

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:22
door baphomet
#podcast33

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:28
door combi
☰-The illuminatus-☰-The Eye In The Pyramid-|-Book 1☰


☰-The illuminatus-☰-The Golden Apple-|-Book 2-part 1-☰


☰-The illuminatus-☰The Golden Apple-|-Book 2-part 2-☰


☰-The illuminatus-☰-Leviathan-|-book 3-☰

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:41
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illuminati-Protocols of the learned elders of zion

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:49
door combi
[Occult Audiobook] The Story of Atlantis and Lemuria (The Mystic History of Human Evolution)

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 15:51
door combi
[Occult Audiobook] The Rosicrucian Mysteries by Max Heindel

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 16:06
door combi
THE MAHABHARATA by Vyasa - FULL Audio Book | Greatest Audio Books

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: zo 08 jun 2014, 16:19
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Ocean of Theosophy, Occult Teachings of Madame Helena Blavatsky, Audiobook, Lecture

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: ma 09 jun 2014, 19:51
door wodan
dankjewel combi .. nu moet ik ze waarschijnlijk voor mezelf wel om gaan zetten in MP3, zodat ik ze op mijn 'iPod' kan luisteren, want 48 uur aan luistermateriaal is wel weer erg veel :P

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: do 10 jul 2014, 11:08
door baphomet
Hier een link naar veel e-books, zowel PDF als ook voorgelezen exemplaren:

http://www.gfxtra.net/ebooks/

Re: Luisterboeken

Geplaatst: do 06 nov 2014, 17:21
door combi
The Bacchae (audiobook)


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ONION-PEELINGS

The Universe is the Practical Joke of the General at the Expense of the Particular, quoth FRATER PERDURABO, and laughed.
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The title, "Onion-Peelings", refers to the well-known incident in "Peer Gynt". The chapter resembles strongly Dupin's account of how he was able to win at the game of guessing odd or even. (See Poe's tale of "The Purloined Letter".)

But this is a more serious piece of psychology. In one's advance towards a comprehension of the universe, one changes radically one's point of view; nearly always it amounts to a reversal. this is the cause of most religious controversies.

Paragraph 1, however, is Frater Perdurabo's formulation of his perception of the Universal Joke, also described in Chapter 34. All individual existence is tragic. Perception of this fact is the essence of comedy.

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"Household Gods" http://hermetic.com/waddell/household-gods.html is an attempt to write pure comedy.

"The Bacchae" of Euripides is another. At the end of the chapter it is, however, seen that to the Master of the Temple the opposite perception occurs simultaneously, and that he himself is beyond both of these. And in the last paragraph it is shown that he realises the truth as beyond any statement of it.

http://www.sacred-texts.com/oto/lib333.htm
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FRATER PERDURABO is of the Sanhedrim of the Sabbath, say men.
He is the Old Goat himself, say women.