Cosmic Teachings of a Lama: Gnosis, Science, and the Buddhist and Egyptian Mysteries

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Soaring throughout the heights of the most elevated regions of science and mysticism, Samael Aun Weor investigates a wide variety of mysteries within nature and related to the awakening of the consciousness.

This book explores many scientific and social issues, such as: how did life emerge? What are UFOs? Where did the Moon come from? What are mummies? and much more. ...

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Overview

Soaring throughout the heights of the most elevated regions of science and mysticism, Samael Aun Weor investigates a wide variety of mysteries within nature and related to the awakening of the consciousness.

This book explores many scientific and social issues, such as: how did life emerge? What are UFOs? Where did the Moon come from? What are mummies? and much more. Throughout his explanations of these phenomena, Samael Aun Weor illuminates the exact science to awaken the consciousness so that we can investigate these mysteries ourselves.

"Only by eliminating the ego could I return into the Sacred Order of Tibet. To return into this very old Tibetan monastery was always my greatest longing. Thus, this is how I, after having suffered a lot, returned into that holy place. Immaculate summit of delights, secret Tibet, everything in thee has an ambiance of mystery. Indeed, the eternal Himalayas have an innocent profundity like a mirror. Perpetual clouds, sober Buddhist convents, monks who pray and meditate while chanting very silently: "OM mani padme hum?"" - Samael Aun Weor

Topics include: The Seven Eternities; People from Other Planets; The Consciousness; Time; Darol Froman; The Sacred Order of Tibet; Meditations; Evolution and Devolution; Egyptian Mummies; The Seven Paths of Happiness; The Panspermia of Arrhenius; Egyptian Mysteries; Dark Light; Radio Astronomy; The Demon Apopi; Desires; My Return into Tibet; The Karma of the Holy Gods; The Beautiful Selene; The Black Boar; Mortality and Immortality; Constructing Molecules; The Revolution of the Consciousness; Alaya and Paramartha; Birth Control; The Egyptian Sahu; Mutants; The Demon Hai; The Causes of Existence; Atomic Bombs in Orbit; The Demon Nebt; The Seven Cosmocreators; Cancer; The Triple Dominion of Seth; Return and Reincarnation; The Akashic Records; Lucifer; Substances, Atoms, Forces; Pratimoksha; The Twelve Nidanas; The Thymus Gland; The Negative Confession I; Koan; and more.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781934206218
  • Publisher: Glorian Publishing
  • Publication date: 12/1/2007
  • Pages: 280
  • Product dimensions: 5.50 (w) x 8.60 (h) x 0.90 (d)

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