Avatar of Night

Avatar of Night

by Tal Brooke

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Overview

Tal Brooke flew to New Delhi, quickly becoming immersed in the vast subcontinent of India as he pursued a radical pilgrimage of consciousness. After quickly exhausting the "Grand Tour" of landmarks popularized by the spiritual tourists of the West, Brooke plunged into wilderness India where he met a "miracle-working godman" and the journey shifted into high gear.
Within Sai Baba's enchanted realm, Brooke saw and experienced things that seemed to obliterate all Western conceptions of reality as his journey vectored further into an alien universe. What had appeared as the prized state of godlike enlightenment, which seemed just within reach, became a precipice-not of enlightenment-but obliteration, even possession. Brooke was becoming a captive soul of an ancient inner transformation, while Baba's outward divinity concealed a timeless, demonic presence.
After two years of surrender to a Being who claimed to be God on earth, something remarkable happened. The end-game of spiritual powers ensnaring one man's soul turned abruptly and miraculously. Poised on the edge of a precipice, Brooke was rescued from above.


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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781507649411
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 01/17/2015
Pages: 408
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.84(d)

About the Author

Today, Tal Brooke is the president and chairman of SCP, Inc, a Berkeley-based research organization and think tank. A member of the Society of the Cincinnati, he has authored nine books and his work has been recognized in Marquis Who's Who in the World and Who's Who in America as well as The International Who's Who of Authors. He has won three first-place EPA awards in a nationwide contest. A graduate of the University of Virginia and Princeton, he has spoken at Cambridge, Oxford, Princeton, the Sorbonne, Berkeley, the University of Virginia, and the University of Edinburgh. He was converted in India.

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