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 Arnold Keyserling and the School of Wisdom 
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Post Arnold Keyserling and the School of Wisdom
Here is a link to a site that I like and find useful. It relates to the work of Arnold Keyserling, who died quite recently. His father, Hermann Keyserling had a connection with Jung.
Arnold Keyserling used to speak at the Wrekin Trust, an organisation that pioneered education in esoteric matters, and with which I had some involvement in the 1970s, although I never actually saw him speak. He was certainly influenced by Jung, although the strongest influences are probably Gurdjieff (whom he knew), and later shamanism in general. But his knowledge of both science and spirituality was vast, and there is a great deal of material on the site.
'PrimaSounds' is worth a look (or listen) - a type of sound composition based upon a scale of 7ths devised by Keyserling. There are samples on the site. I have 'GateKeeper' and find it a powerful composition, but it is not intended as music.

http://www.schoolofwisdom.com/keyserl.html

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