George Gurdjieff, the half-Armenian, half-Greek, philosopher, spiritualist who entranced many artists early in the 20th century, called God “Our Almighty Omni Loving Common Father Uni-Being Creator Endless”. He believed the moon lives off the energy of dead human beings, known as Askokin, and controls all man’s actions. To guard against rebellion, the higher powers have implanted an organ at the base of man’s spine called Kundabuffer, which stops him from becoming too intelligent. Only those who follow God’s path can break away from their fate as food for the moon, and thus attain immortality. 

George Gurdjieff, the half-Armenian, half-Greek, philosopher, spiritualist who entranced many artists early in the 20th century, called God “Our Almighty Omni Loving Common Father Uni-Being Creator Endless”. He believed the moon lives off the energy of dead human beings, known as Askokin, and controls all man’s actions. To guard against rebellion, the higher powers have implanted an organ at the base of man’s spine called Kundabuffer, which stops him from becoming too intelligent. Only those who follow God’s path can break away from their fate as food for the moon, and thus attain immortality. 

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