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Peter Kjærulff

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'''Peter Kjærulff''' (born [[1947]]) is a Danish writer and musician, related to the [[wikipedia:New Age|New Age]] movement.
'''Peter Kjærulff''' (born [[1947]]) is a Danish [[wikipedia:New Age|New Age]] writer.
He is the author of ''[[The Ringbearer's Diary]]''. Originally published in [[1985]], the book describes the supposed reality behind [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'' and Richard Wagner's ''Der Ring des Nibelungen'' - a ring of self-reinforcing but destructive ideas that through ages has haunted humanity, causing untold pain and suffering. Peter Kjaerulff names this ring 'The Cursed Ring'.
His [[1985]] book ''The Ringbearer's Diary'' supposedly describes a 'historical' truth behind the literary motif of cursed [[rings]], found for example in [[J.R.R. Tolkien]]'s ''[[The Lord of the Rings]]'', Richard Wagner's ''[[Der Ring des Nibelungen]]'' and Plato's [[Wikipedia:Ring of Gyges|Ring of Gyges]].
By revealing this ring, Kjaerulff opens the door to a deep and thorough understanding of what a human being really is. Along the way, the Great Pyramid of Giza becomes understandable and logical - reincarnation becomes understandable - and the so-called chakras are described.
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Revision as of 15:20, 14 August 2010

Peter Kjærulff (born 1947) is a Danish New Age writer.

His 1985 book The Ringbearer's Diary supposedly describes a 'historical' truth behind the literary motif of cursed rings, found for example in J.R.R. Tolkien's The Lord of the Rings, Richard Wagner's Der Ring des Nibelungen and Plato's Ring of Gyges.

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