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User:M. Alan Kazlev

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Name: M. Alan Kazlev

Formal Tertiary qualifications: B.A. / Major philosophy - La Trobe University

Autodidact, work previously or currently involved in: (Esotericism - currently active here) (Paleontology) (Paleontology - currently active here) (Science Fiction / Transhumanism) (blog - currently maintained) (Wikipedia user page, with list of pages I created and others I made important contributions to) (Integral philosophy and critiques)

Areas of interest: Esotericism and Spiritual Philosophy (expert - areas of expertise include Sri Aurobindo, Max Theon, the New Age movement, Theosophy, Lurianic Kabbalah, also general familiarity with all "spiritual" teachings), Integral philosophy (Wilberian and post Wilberian), Comparative Guru phenomenon (a new interest), Palaeontology.

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