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Azsacra Zarathustra: Emptiness the Symbol
|by Dr. Santosh Kumar|
The latest book BIBLE OF NOTHING: NOTHING TO POWER by the world-renowned Russian esoteric philosopher and poet Azsacra Zarathustra makes it clear that the Void like other elements Earth, Fire, Air and Water has a great importance to explore his poetic personality. Here in this BIBLE OF EMPTINESS we find, in compressed form, Azsacra’s vision, and the secret of our destiny. The pages have been intentionally left blank by Zarathustra; the blank pages seem to have the knowledge of the secret of the Void or Zero. Azsacra’s whole attempt amounts to irony on the printed word itself. The elusiveness of the blank pages points out that there can be no conclusive answer to unravel the mystery of the world. In martial arts, we frequently invoke the power of the Void, heaven or sky to connect to the intrinsic creative energy of the world. No doubt, if we get attuned to the occult powers of the void, our soul can be saved from the worldliness in our self.
The similar idea we find in Shelley’s “Ozymandias” . Nothing is permanent; the colossal statue of the powerful emperor Ozymandias has been destroyed by time:
Azsacra too feels that his allies are void and nihilism. This might be called whimsical, but this is the Truth of life. He is inspired by the Tibetan mysticism and Tantra, Nagarjuna and Zen. This is is quite visible in his earlier poetry collection THE LOTUSES OF EVIL:
Staring at the blank pages of Azsacra’s most original work leaves no doubt in my mind that his whole vision of life is written on these unwritten pages. This is a clear testimony to the fact that Azsacra has said farewell to all inhibitions. We cannot help but feel that these blank pages carry out his philosophy of the void, and they are the proper execution of his philosophical vision and depth.
Azsacra Zarathustra is a well known Russian philosopher and poet-mystic. He is Editorial Advisor for the international journal of poetry and art "Harvests of New Millennium" (India). He is published in India, Tibet, Japan, Germany, Norway, England, USA.
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