As the stage magician goes the way of the 8 track tape, the political illusionist comes into power. Other than the scale of it, and the stage becoming much larger, not much else has changed. But the audience is no longer allowed to ask, “how did he do that?”
"The magic trick is such a powerful and effective teaching about the nature of our experience of the world that very few of the great religious teachers have been able to resist it as a parabolic way of presenting their mystery. "
But George Oscar Bluth would remind us that these are illusions; “a trick is something a whore does for money”
This topic was automatically closed after 5 days. New replies are no longer allowed.