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The Tiger's Fang

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 31, 2008

    Don't Read it if you don't want to be changed!

    I first read this book in 1976. Somewhere on the title or first page it said something like 'no one can read this book with an open mind and not be forever changed'. I can say that was very true for me and anyone I know who has read it. This is perhaps not as startling a book as it was in the 70's but it is by far the best description of the material and spiritual planes of existence that I have ever come across or heard of. A facinating book to read. If you are not already knowledgeable about different planes of existence, the descriptions are mind bending. Not so much because they are unfamiliar but because, strangly, they DO seem familiar. Like long lost memories rather than new information.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 24, 2004

    Out Of Body Travelers Of The Holy Spirit

    This is an esoteric account of Soul which traveled to other planes, learning of the mysteries of Light, and Sound, as it is shown through the Holy Spirit, as a Master of the Holy Spirit, Sri Rebezzar Tarz Travels, and teaches his student, Peddar Zaskq the Way of the Eternal, and enlightenment in their inner journeys deep within the planes of SOUL. It shows how others have also traveled the path to enlightenment via the Path of Light, and Sound in their inner journeys which brings Soul deeper within the heart of the All In All. This book shows Soul that the real journey to enlightenment begins as always within. As one becomes gradually enlightened, Soul is magneticaly drawn within to that Eternal home which exist within all.

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    Posted July 31, 2009

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