Hey fags. Before on this board I talked about a new interpretation of the Gospels I discovered, which is in line with Gurdjieff’s teachings (everyone called me a faggot, you may have been there). I didn’t want to reveal it then but now I don’t really care. Gurdjieff was a controversial Greco-Armenian mystic etc etc. We on Veeky Forums have all got Wikipedia, our preferred source of knowledge. Anyway, most scholars who care about Gurdjieff usually think he was just teaching some of the esoteric doctrines of some Sufis he found in his travels in Central Asia, despite his repeated assertions that he was teaching “esoteric Christianity”. James Webb, an otherwise great biographer of him, confusedly handwaves this phrase “esoteric Christianity” away, making some limp comparison to Dostoyevsky and saying Gurdjieff may have meant it in a rhetorical sense. Another scholar I read also dismissed the “esoteric Christianity”, simply saying it doesn’t make sense. It makes a lot of sense! Margaret Anderson, a student of his who wrote a memoir of her time with him, casually mentions that the system he taught came from the Gnostics. Gurdjieff is constantly making veiled references to the Gospels, and his system offers a completely new and coherent way of reading the Gospels, which, to my knowledge, has never been put in scholarship before. It also fits with Gnostic Nag Hammadi texts, which were not discovered by the mainstream world while Gurdjieff was alive and teaching. I am also making a similar thread on /x/ if you are interested.
Anyway, I will be typing out and preparing a pretty solid intepretation of Christ’s sayings in the Gospels, which should — as I see it — make sense and be pretty overturning of established dogmatic interpretations of Christianity.