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In one state of consciousness we see, hear and understand with different faculties from those which are active in another state. When we pass from one state to another, memory does not provide a link, for the nature of memory is to confine our attention to one narrow stratum of our experience; that is, to one line of time. Gurdjieff spoke about levels of experience in relation to hypnotism. He began by defining various substances or energies, the existence of which, he said, could be demonstrated, but which natural science had not yet discovered.
To my surprise I found Mrs. Beaumont in the tender, and learned that she had been closely associated with the Berne International, and knew most of the members of the Delegation. These included Arthur Henderson, Camille Huysmans, Vandervelde, Philip and Mrs. Snowden, Bernstein and other well-known leaders of the Socialist Movement in Europe. They had to wait for a few days while formalities were completed, and I took them to see the usual sights. Most of them knew Prince Sabaheddin, and a private reception was held at Kuru Cheshme at which I was asked searching questions about Turkey and the Caucasus.
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Catalogue of Books Printed in the XVTH Century Now in the British Museum: Part IV Italy: Subiaco and Rome Index by Wouter Nijhoff