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A group of eight people go in search for a mythical mountain the highest there is that remains invisible to the naked eye an inspiration for the island in the TV series LOST?

They take a boat journey, and their talks are singularly focused on self-indulgent intellectualism, filled with pseudo-theories.

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They all look like caricatures or stock-characters. One character believes in something and personifies that belief, gets almost reduced rene daumal il monte analogo it.

Second has the sole job of countering the former's belief. If a character is shown in great misery, it is because he is trying to solve complex optical problems. That makes you smile because you find it cute.

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Wasn't there pleasure to be had in such writing? Turns out that there is a flourishing community at base of the mountain, with a currency of its own, altered religious rene daumal il monte analogo, its own understanding of law and order, linguistic and social variations.

The peak remains elusive and difficult to access. It symbolizes a spiritual experience. Everyone can start at the base ground zero but very few can reach the peak.

It also helps to know that Rene Daumal's close friend was a student of Gurdjieff whose mystic teachings may have fueled the narrative. The tension in the story comes from episodes like these: But rene daumal il monte analogo a young hen doesn't lay when it matures, what becomes of it?

The ridiculous cliche of swallowing one's saliva to show fear or apprehension is almost dead rene daumal il monte analogo.

This 50's novel is a relic that holds such nuggets. The result of this art experience—placed within the context of some of the unique historic and cultural sites in the Mount Ararat region—will be a series of art exhibitions, encounters and direct collaborations, site-specific works and performances by the participating artists with artists living in Armenia.

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A website will also be produced that includes a travelogue with images. Finally, a book with artist contributions and texts by specialists from various fields offering a pluralistic approach to the theme of the Mount Analogue will be published in September.


Ivan Lapse remains puzzled by the formation and root meaning of this word. It may mean, according to him, "harder than diamond," and it is; or "father of the diamond," and they say that the diamond is in fact the product of the degeneration of the rene daumal il monte analogo by a sort of quartering of the circle or, more precisely, cubing of the sphere.

Or again, the word may mean "Adam's stone," having some secret and profound connection to the original nature of man.

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The clarity of this stone is so great and its index of refraction so rene daumal il monte analogo to that of air that, despite the crystal's great density, the unaccustomed eye hardly perceives it.

But to anyone who seeks it with sincere desire and true need, it reveals itself by its sudden sparkle, like that of dewdrops. The peradam is the only substance, the only material object whose value is recognized by the guides of Mount Analogue.

Therefore, it is the standard of all currency, as gold is for us.

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Art is used here to mean the accomplishment of knowledge in action. You cannot always stay on the summits. You have to come down again