Ancient Secret of Personal Power: Tetragrammaton

Ancient Secret of Personal Power: Tetragrammaton

by Hilton Hotema

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Overview

In the Great Mystic Symbolic Tetragrammaton of the Ancient Masters we have one of their deepest secrets; the discovery of what the Masters called the Sacred Four Elements, as they found that these elements enter into the constitution of everything known.

Earth, Water, Air, and Fire are the elements that produce every formation, every object, every organism. The Masters then invented an appropriate symbol to embrace the Sacred Four Elements. This symbol is known to us as the Sphinx, the image of which has been found in all the lands of the ancient world, and just as far back in the night of time as it is possible for us to go.

Professor Hilton Hotema again raises compelling questions regarding our physical, spiritual, and mental reactions to these Sacred Four Elements.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781789126440
Publisher: Muriwai Books
Publication date: 12/05/2018
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 90
Sales rank: 946,428
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Hilton Hotema, born George R. Clements (1878-1970), was a 20th-century American alternative health writer, esoteric author and mystic, who also adopted the names Kenyon Klamonti and Dr. Karl Kridler.

Born om February 7, 1878 in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, Professor Hotema authored numerous books on dietetics, fasting, fruitarianism, breatharianism, vitality, cellular regeneration, longevity, higher consciousness, spirituality, alternative medicine and ancient wisdom.

In addition to writing his own books, Professor Hotema provided many introductions to the systematic reprintings of rare, out-of-print, esoteric books published during the 1950s and 1960s.

He decided to become a vegan at the age of 9 after reading a book about health at school. He worked as a fruit picker alongside his mother from a very young age, so he was able to snack on an endless supply of fruit throughout the day. He noticed that this diet gave him an abundance of energy and unparalleled vitality. He lived as a breatharian-fruitarian for almost 80 years.

Professor Hotema died in Sebring, Florida on August 9, 1970 at the age of 92.

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