Thursday, December 8, 2011

A Sorcerer's Corner: Carlos Castaneda's Doomed Romance with Knowledge | Reality Sandwich

The wonderfully articulate and insightful Aeolus Kephas writes, with extreme eloquence, about the reality and truthfullness of Carolos Castaneda's works:A Sorcerer's Corner: Carlos Castaneda's Doomed Romance with Knowledge | Reality Sandwich I've always found the debate about Castaneda weird (he was a fake, he was real, he was just an academic in a library,he was an adept, a shaman, a trickster, a....) to be missing the point. Many have rejected Castaneda because he was "proven" to be a "fake." For me, that simplistic dismissal makes no sense, and clearly misses the point of what Casteneda gave to the world.

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