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At this page I will try to clarify what in the course of the years has been accomplished in writing. A problem is that I do not have everything that I have written in my possession anymore. Problem for the English speaking people is that much earlier writings are in Dutch (and they will probably stay so). Therefore let's forget about being complete. I do can say what it has been about that has preceded my present writing.


As you might have realized from surfing to my page about myself, I have studied psychology and have worked for some years as a clinical psychologist/psychotherapist. Connected to that work and the study preceding it of course I had to write this and that, out of my academic duty: reports, papers and other pieces of work (e.g. Religie en Topervaring (+ '74); a humanistic psychological study about religion and peak-experiences: it was lost). Worth mentioning is that I graduated on a project i did with other students. It dealt with the research in which marital counseling based on behavioral-theory was compared to marital counseling on a systems-theoretical approach ('78). Interesting was a division according communications-theory in which one worked with symmetrical, complementary and parallel communication (equal, complementing and deliberating communication, represented with the symbols o-o,II en X). This can happen clearly or unclearly. Especially being clear is a theme that took me theoretically much farther than I originally thought it would. But that's how my writing started.


For The Order I wrote the e-book The Other Rules (1997) under the pseudonym of T.H.E. Servant. It is an adaptation of the yoga-philosophy in which I expound on an earlier book written: De Spiegel van de Tijd ( the 'Mirror of Time' self-financed published in Dutch in '93 under 'Aadhar Enschede' ISBN 90-70986-96-5). In that book I discuss my scientific and spiritual quest for the truth of modern time (to get an idea of a paragraph of that book go to the renown ego's page where I present the ego as a time-organizer) . The Other Rules I wrote in response to recent ('97) literatures for woman eager to find out how to get themselves a man. I was aggravated by it at the one hand because of the low quality of the psychology and found it at the other hand a challenge to formulate a more serious answer with which people really could make progress. Much of it was inspired by a study about Lord Krishna I wrote as a devotee (me as Anand Aadhar Prabhu - see further about myself , called: Krishna en de Zingende Filosoof or 'Krishna and The Singing Philosopher', in Dutch; a study about the culture and the music of the Caitanya Vaishnava's (Hare Krishna's) in the Netherlands. In that book I discuss with the aid of the first four chapters of the Bhagavad Gîtâ the yoga of devotion (Bhakti) from their own point of view.


Preceding this all I wrote even more preparatory literatures, among which "Het Niet Paradigma" ('86) , 'The Not-Paradigm' (in Dutch) , a short treatise on the theory of science about the value of negation and how by means of generative grammar this inevitably leads to a moral teaching. It was offered Prof. Hofstee of the R.U.G. in Groningen who responded in a positive manner, as opposed to the reception with other colleagues who couldn't do anything with it. I also collected my first notes (loose aphorisms , creative findings, divisions, a 'true teaching', a instruction for the use of a kingdom, etc.) when I first started writing on 1985 after finishing my psychotherapeutic practice. That book was called 'Het Gouden Zwaard','The Golden Sword' ('85). I dedicated it to the karma-tantra-yoga girl-friend ('Ria') I had at that time and it marked my farewell to free sexuality. Only me and a couple of acquaintances and a relative has a copy of it. I revoked these early writings as they would lead too much astray from the essence of the subject-matter (the soul).


Preceding 'The Mirror of Time' I wrote a short paper called 'Mental Health and the Timesystem: the Analytical Conclusion' for the purpose of clarity about the problem of time in modern society. This somewhat emotional important report in which the earliest beginning of my formation of knowledge about this subject is laid down, I wrote in association with Professor Vroon (from the Utrecht department of psychonomy). He could do nothing with it. Later I offered the paper at a conference about Health and Spirituality in Poona. India, (fall 1992) organized by the Rajneesh commune . I also have a neo-sannyas-Rajneesh-name: Swami Anand Aadhar: the foundation of happiness , a name that I used later on with the Hare Krishna's of whom I was not allowed of course to call myself a swami. People interested can surf to my ego-(cult)-links-page. I also sent a copy to the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Netherlands, where it still must hang out somewhere in the archives of the official responsible for time-settlements (that gave no response either). The major political parties of the Netherlands (VVD, PvdA, D'66, CDA) I I sent copies of 'The Mirror of Time'. I still adhere to the contents of this book , although I only had researched the problem of time for the clock, in a rather personal way. With The Other Rules , in which these conclusions have been further developed in the form of an alternative clock, also the calendar came in view.

Recently I wrote the Filognostic Manifesto (only available on the internet) : because of the war in Serbia, a need for clarity about the political purposes of The Order an because of reading 'The Republic' of Plato, I have explained the filognosy in her historical foundations as an evolution of the values of liberation culminating in a fivefold concept of revolution in the areas of democratic representation, the soul, the economy, the locality and the time.


Striving to express my ideas as much as is possible over the internet, I wrote articles for The Order about the subject of Time (all articles marked with an*). Also interesting are the short discussions in the Webforum of The Order, many of which I wrote myself under different names.


The year 2000 I started with the digitizing and translation, or better: rephrasing, of two of the greatest classics of India: The Mahâbhârata's well known Bhagavad Gîtâ (as The Bhagavad Gîtâ of Order) and the Bhagavad Purâna. (Srîmad Bhâgavatam, 'the Story of the Fortunate One' ). Both books are about what Lord Krishna, the Lord of Yoga, said and did in His lifetime. The Purâna is a story in the format of a complete bible (18000 verses, twelve books called canto's) whereas the Gîtâ gives the basics of the vedic approach of yoga. The texts are all offered as a disciplic succession-loyal production scientifically giving the vaishnav' source reference to each verse so that anyone may check out how this thinker was thinking it for his teacher as opposed to what it was that he said himself. The purpose of the books is to offer a more integrated, palatable running narrative, but also an even more loyal, to the spirit of Vyâsa, version of the stories without further comments. For the scholars there is also the digitizing of a Gîtâ- comment called 'Krishna and the singing Philosopher' (Krishna en de Zingende Filosoof) about the music and philosophy of the caitanya-vaishnava's (Hare Krishna's) whom I studied inside and outside of the temples. Although this Gita-comment about the first four chapters of the book is in Dutch, the pages are still interesting in offering the original music of the âcarya's (guru's that teach by example) in MIDI, Real Audio and MP3. There is even a Bhâgavatam Treasury offering downloads, pictures , the music page by page, and links. The Bhagavatam -project will take several years to be completed.


Also check out my film-reviews 'What's in the Cinema'. Normal critics tend to write their reviews in respect of what would be commercial or popular. From this I thought it justified to give my own (short) comments on what is shown in the cinema's.


In sum available:


 Het 'NIET'-Paradigma ( Maart 1986)

De Spiegel van de Tijd (1992): een persoonlijk relaas over mijn 'bekering' en verlichting in de moderne tijd.

'Vadertje Tijd: de Analytische Conclusie' (1991)

Krsna en de Zingende Filosoof : een studie naar de muziek en de filosofie van de Caitanya-Vaishnava's (1995)

The Other Rules (1997)

De Andere regels (1997)

Filognostic Manifesto: 'Work and unemployment' (1999)

Filognostisch Manifest: 'Werk en werkeloosheid' (1999)

The Mirror of Time (a part of it): Renown ego's (1999): a time-line of ego through human history.

Articles (1999-2002): articles about 'the time you need to read them'.

- Mental Health and the Timesystem: the Analytical Conclusion. A report from 1991 to P. Vroon, Professor in Experimental Psychology, about the timesystem. This report formed the basis for the dutch book 'De Spiegel van de Tijd' and the building of this website. It was also presented at the 'International Conference on Health and Spirituality' at Poona, India sept 1992.

- The most important article (60 pages!) written is as yet "The Filognostic Manifesto" (Nederlands: Het " Filognostisch Manifest" ), It is written for The Order and it describes the viewpoints and policy of The Order. With the theme of war and peace as its lead it discusses the diverse subjects of politics, religion and philosophy to answer the question on how the solve the problem of work and unemployment. 

- "The Dream" on the birth of the Cakra Tempometer (as T.H.E. Servant) 

- Also published at The Order of Time is "About Guru's and their Teaching" under the name Anand Aadhar Prabhu This article critically surveys the value of eastern guru's and their teachings in western society. 

- Religious Time as Anand Aadhar. This article describes how the different concepts of religious time can be understood and combined into a unified and integrated concept of world-time in contrast with the timelessness of the modern informationculture. 

- Alien Frequencies and AIDS. This article stresses the importance of being alert to the themes of the cinema that constitute analytic material like in dreams as warning signals to -in this article- an absence of relativity in our respect of time. The fear of alien frequencies and the hiv-virus is discussed to an example of an s.f. movie.  

- Temporal Deterministic Dualism, or the return of God in the social sciences. As P. Chaste . This article describes the foundations, reality, fears and implementation of a new dualism of time-management in the post-modern era.

- The essence of spirituality. as anand Aadhar . This article revises the concept of spirituality against the light of ancient vedic values at the one hand and modern natural science at the other hand. It concludes wellwishing that this definition according to true time, loyalty to the celibate, economic austerity and vegetarian compassion contributes to the interest of bringing more personal happiness in the fist place and will also offer a broader perspective to a future world order. 

- Time for Sex. as Anand Aadhar. How does time relate to sex? It is a simple question that takes some time to answer properly. This article tries to formulate the basics of modern sexuality in the reality of our 'New Time'.

- About why the year 2000 should be counted as 2753. Since we as westerners and world citizens have to learn from our history, in fact our year should be 2753 AUC after 2000 years of christian education (Ab Urbe Condita; from the foundation of the city). The fact that hardly anyone knows of this origin sets the problem of our discussion as being one of the ignorance and the psychology of our own time and time-system. This article proposes for a non repressive almost secret approach with the duality of an alternative classical calendar, that does restore our original belief and culture of timerespect.

- Sun, Moon and the New World Order. This article deals with the mondial opposition of cultural time-respect. It stresses the importance of a conscious dualistic and holistic approach that does justice to all legal, religious and profane claims of time-managent. The resulting full calendar of order is discussed as an ideal contribution to a solution for the problem of time-management of the New World Order.

- Cropcircles and the Key to the World Order. This article takes up the challenge formed by the reality of cropcircles from an unknown origin. After discussing the psychology of repression and denial and an analysis of the phenomenon there is a conclusion stating that to arrive at a mondial concept of time-management is fundamental to the idea of a practical key to the world culture we could offer the alien intelligences we are dealing with. 

-Democratic Elections...: Rationalism, pragmatism, humanism. What is their relationship, what is the method to arrive at a government that is stable at the one hand and still in respect for the dynamics of our personal evolution? Who should represent us, what is the future of political parties and how should the falsehood of any system be fought in the first place? What has God to do with it and how should we incorporate each in our societal order? All these questions are answered in this speech about what our concerns should be to the regular incidence of democratic elections.

Srîmad Bhâgavatam (Bhagavad Purâna) (2000) : 'The Story of the Fortunate One'

Srîmad Bhâgavatam (Bhagavad Purâna) (2000) : nederlandse versie.

The Bhagavad Gîtâ of Order (2000): as close to the Sanskrit as possible

De Bhagavad Gîtâ van Orde (2000): zo getrouw aan het Sanskriet als mogelijk.

Democratic elections: an open letter to the occasion of the phenomenon of democratic elections verkiezingen. (2002).


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