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The Great Rebellion

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Paperback, 178 pages
Published January 1st 2004 by Thelema Press (first published January 1st 1975)
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Donald William
It pretty much hit the nail on the head with regard to the condition I find myself in in this world, so I could relate to the message immediately. It's a very powerful and effective opening chapter, which may appear bleak on the face of it, but it's simply realistic, and therein lies the hope it also gives.

I like how he parallels the degeneration of the planet and the environment to that of our minds. I've read the entire book through once now and have to say it's the only place I've seen these
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Steve
I am reading this as well as other books by Aun Weor. this is very good.
Jeremy
I sent this to a friend. He said it was too "negative." It's easy to mistake the conviction one feels when realizing the negative contributions we ourselves make to our degenerating society and write it off as "too negative." If you haven't ever done any meditative self-analysis. This is a good book to get you started.
Donald William
It pretty much hit the nail on the head with regard to the condition I find myself in in this world, so I could relate to the message immediately. It's a very powerful and effective opening chapter, which may appear bleak on the face of it, but it's simply realistic, and therein lies the hope it also gives.

I like how he parallels the degeneration of the planet and the environment to that of our minds. I've read the entire book through once now and have to say it's the only place I've seen these
...more
Robert Day
When I was in a 'sex cult' (only for 6 months). Ah, memories! lol
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Samael Aun Weor (which is a Hebrew name) wrote over sixty books, gave thousands of lectures, and formed the worldwide Gnostic Movement, whose members number in the millions. Though these accomplishments are certainly impressive by any standard, they are merely the pale terrestrial reflection of the work he accomplished internally, spiritually. And yet, in spite of his wisdom and generosity towards ...more
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