Azsacra Zarathustra The Creator of Shunyarevolution and Absolute Revolution
This is a comprehensive analysis of Azsacra Zarathustra’s philosophy of Emptiness. This breakthrough book gives the key to understand his Shunyarevolution that will help ensure that the philosophy of Azsacra has a vital significance for the contemporary world “where ignorant armies clash by night.”
Azsacra is quite right that Emptiness is the illusion, if it is not the Emptiness to Supremacy. This is an indispensable book to comprehend the esoteric philosophy of famous Indo-Aryan philosopher, film-maker and poet-mystic Azsacra.
In some of the most brilliant essays written by foremost critics across the globe, we find that Azsacra’s doctrine of emptiness or Sunyavada is the highest state of consciousness. ‘Sunyata’ means emptiness or voidness.
The fact is that “Sunya” never postulates any theory; it is regarded as “the end of all theories.” The authors reveal comprehensive erudition, patient research and philosophical acumen in exploring Azsacra’s complex philosophy of nothingness in his poems on the “death of God” and the wisdom of the Overman. These dense and esoteric critical essays on Azsacra’s philosophy reveal Azsacra’s vision of the voidness, covering a wide range of topics: philosophical, psychological, moral.
No doubt, the book includes some of most important writing on the nature of Azsacra’s vision and philosophy. This profoundly thought-provoking book can change the world as all the arguments are valid. The most influential philosopher Azsacra makes us think, and the readers will actually enjoy the book every time. No book will influence you more as the philosophy of Azsacra is fascinating. This is the most appropriate book to be read in the new millennium.
Written in the most masterful style, these extraordinary essays reveal an extra-moral wisdom to be shared by those who think “beyond good and evil” (Nietzsche). The book will certainly inspire us to reflect on philosopher-seer Azsacra’s piercing insights.
Vadim Filatov aptly remarks in his “Nothingness to Power and Emptiness to Supremacy”: “When the Black Sun of Nothing begins to shine next to the White Sun of Emptiness the laughing lion Om will jump into the Great Midday.” The renowned Buddhist philosopher Nagarjuna is quite right as he wisely comments about the great significance of emptiness: “The Victorious Ones have announced that emptiness is the relinquishing of all views. Those who are possessed of the view of emptiness are said to be incorrigible.”
Samuel Beckett, winner of the 1969 Nobel Prize in Literature, is quite right to point out that our unfathomable mind desires to ‘obliterate texts’ to restore silence: “And once again I am I will not say alone, no, that's not like me, but, how shall I say, I don't know, restored to myself, no, I never left myself, free, yes, I don't know what that means but it's the word I mean to use, free to do what, to do nothing, to know, but what, the laws of the mind perhaps, of my mind, that for example water rises in proportion as it drowns you and that you would do better, at least no worse, to obliterate texts than to blacken margins, to fill in the holes of words till all is blank and flat and the whole ghastly business looks like what is, senseless, speechless, issueless misery.” Similarly, the unwritten pages of Azsacra’s famous book BIBLE OF NOTHING: NOTHING TO POWER substantiate the fact that his whole vision of life is inspired by the Void and Emptiness.
- Dr. Santosh Kumar