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Mount Analogue: A Tale of Non-Euclidean and Symbolically Authentic Mountaineering Adventures Paperback – March 25, 2004
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The leader of the Mountaineering expedition to Mount Analogue - " Father Sogol " is the word " Logos " spelled backwards. In other words the Logos leads you to the summit of the mysterious mountain that unites Heaven and Earth.
The word " Heaven " means pure intellect while " Earth " is sensory perception according to the Allegorical writings of Philo Judeas of Alexandria.
I have continued the story of Mount Analogue started by Rene' Daumal who died while writing this book as it simply ends in mid-sentance. No one has made an attempt to continue the story until 1994 and I did not finish the story so that someone else could pick up the pen for Rene' Daumal and Arthur von Boennighausen some day.
Google my name and Mount Analogue to read my continuation of this story.......
Arthur von Boennighausen
Know who is Fellini? Castaneda? Joseph Campbell? if yes, then by all means, this is for you.
If you are interested in the path, this has much more substance than most new-agy disgusting and lame bland cookies.
The author did not finish the book, he died. It is up to you to "complete" it.
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Some will be disappointed in the ending, but I have always treasured the fact that the ending pulls the reader into the novel in a way that the reader cannot avoid. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Randal Harrington
I'm so happy I found this book! I'll definitely be checking out more Rene Daumal. The shipping was very fast and it was in perfect condition.Published 22 months ago by Latasia
Finally reading Mount Analogue only confirms for me what I always suspected: Rene Daumal had one of the most fertile, mystical-scientific minds the 20th century produced. Read morePublished on September 15, 2013 by Blue Logician
This book was highly recommended as a inspirational and spiritual quest, but was a bit disappointed in all mysticism and layout of the story.Published on September 3, 2013 by Eyedea
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Mount Analogue is a book that has, unfortunately, dropped out of sight. But if you are a seeker and want a new way to appreciate the infinite in front of... Read more