Talk:The Rajneesh Bible (series)

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this was the initial grid, but i find it too confusing

From Unconsciousness to Consciousness The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 1, Ch.1-30
From Ignorance to Innocence The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 2, Ch.1-30
From Personality to Individuality The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 3, Ch.1-30
From Misery to Enlightenment The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 4, Ch.1-30
From Darkness to Light The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 5, Ch.1-30
From the False to the Truth The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 6, Ch.1-34
From Death to Deathlessness The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 7, Ch.1-33 + Vol 8, Ch.1-7
From Bondage to Freedom The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 8, Ch.8-33 + Vol 9, Ch.1-17
Light on the Path The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 9, Ch.18-50 + Vol 10, Ch.1-6
Socrates Poisoned Again After 25 Centuries The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 10, Ch.7-34
Beyond Psychology The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 11, Ch.1-44
The Transmission of the Lamp The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 12, Ch.1-46

--Rudra (talk) 14:11, 11 November 2013 (PST)

Does anyone know why The Path of the Mystic was not thought of as part of the Bible series but Beyond Psychology and The Transmission of the Lamp ARE? It was not the last Uruguay series, it came between those other two. Perhaps it should be The Rajneesh Bible, Vol 11.5?

And there's more: The Sword and the Lotus is also missing from this reckoning. Perhaps it should be Bible 9.5? How about 9.3? Our ultimate source, our "Holy Bible" of bibliographic information, the CD-ROM, has Light on the Path as Bible vol 9, and it has Sword and Lotus as both Bible vol 9 and Last Testament. Then it has nothing for Socrates, Beyond Psychology or Path of Mystic but winds up Uruguay with Transmission as Bible vol 12.

I guess this aspect of our bibliographic history is not very important, perhaps just a booby trap for bibliographers, some more firecrackers going off in Osho's pockets? -- doofus-9 16:41, 25 September 2017 (UTC)

(Antar, i've removed the semicolons again because they are misleading. the first date belongs only to the first book.) --Rudra 15:11, 4 January 2018 (UTC)

(you're right. Overlooked. Sorry.--DhyanAntar 15:23, 4 January 2018 (UTC))