by P.D. Ouspensky
Tertium Organum, the first of Ouspensky’s major works, was originally published in 1912 in St. Petersburg, and a second revised edition appeared four years later in Petrograd. Nicholas Bessaraboff brought a copy of the second edition with him when he emigrated to the United States before the Russian Revolution of March 1917. The book was translated into English byNicholas Bessaraboff and Claude Bragdon and published by Bragdon’s Manas Press in 1920. The work is concerned with the nature of the universe and cosmic consciousness – anyone who hobbies to struggle with those matters will find this book to be most insightful and helpful.