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There are three other books which have maliciously used the name of T.

I will highlight these books as they can confuse – they are. This book should not have been published really, but I am prepared to believe that you published in good faith under the assumption that I was in South America and so not available.

To regularise your position I suggest this; you make two alterations as requested by me, and I will give you permission to publish and sell the book. Liiving am sure,all T Lobsang Rampa reader’s wiith no doubt find this book very hard to except.

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There are too many anomalies to the book for it to be genuine and when Madam Blavatsky is mentioned I think the culprit could very well be the Theasophical Society. The journey they go on to get to “Agharta”is so bazaar and far fetched that nobody could believe it, the sad thing is that the second half of the book is genuine.

Definite excerpts of his books have been used to compleat the book and make it look authentic. Don’t be fooled ilving this attempt to copy Rampa, he died on Jan 25 and he told us all there will be no more from him, not even new found manuscripts and for the record, he published nineteen books not twelve as this latest book ramps us. Please mr publisher lets have them all reprinted, mine are getting a bit tatty.

We are shown a glimpse into the Tibetan way of Lamasery life and the deep understanding of spiritual knowledge. Until this point in time lamasery life was unknown, even lobsaang those few who had actually visited Tibet. Lobsang joins The Chakpori Lamasery and learns the most secret of Tibetan esoteric sciences and much more Here he furthered his medical studies; learns to fly a plane, getting captured and tortured by the Japanese.

Lobsang spent much time living in concentration camps as the medical officer until the day he escaped. Lobsang was one of the very few people to survive the first atomic bomb lqma on Hiroshima. Exercise in breathing to improve ones well being. Lobsang endures capture and torture until he once again, escapes by driving luxury cars. In this book Lobsang inhabits transmigration the body of an English man Cyril Henry Hoskins eager to leave this world, enabling Lobsang to continue his special task.

This technology is waiting for those who can use it for the benefit of mankind, that time is drawing near Animals are not dumb creatures as many humans think, we are ones who are dumb in comparison as all animals – with the exception of most humans – can calk to each other by simple telepathy.


Fifi tell of her life before meeting Lobsang and they journeys they took together You Forever – The first of two self-training books in metaphysics. This book explains in clear simple terms how to start learning certain metaphysics and the dos and don’t in achieving that goal.

Astral travel, Telepathy, clairvoyance and Auras. Wisdom of the Ancients – The second of two self-training books in metaphysics. In this book Lobsang explains the meaning or many occult words in an understandable format for Western People. More exercises on breathing, stones, diets and why you shouldn’t exercise. Lobsang also answers questions about religion and Christianity. Some herbal remedies for common ailments.

Starting point for those wishing to know how to take real Aura pictures. Feeding the Flame – The first ten books was trying to light the candle, now we have to feed the flame of life. Thr readers questions answered. Absolute proof of reincarnation by quoting a instance in history and explaining that event in detail Lobsang talks in detail about homosexuality including comments from a homosexual. The Overself explained in greater detail and quells the misconception about lana Guides’.

How to astral travel Candlelight – In this book Lobsang tells us about pendulums and how to use them, Zodiacs. More questions and answers to many of life’s mysteries Twilight – Lobsang explains astral travel and it’s levels.

His move to Calgary and more answers to life mysteries and the biggest mystery of our ‘Hollow Earth’ in more detail. As It Was – As it was then – as it is now – and what’s to possible come. The ‘Press’ and losbang attitude and Disposing of bodies Tibetan style.

Woman’s Liberation and where women went wrong. Three Lives – The cycle of lives by three very different people and what they would perceive as death because of their beliefs.

We follow each path and see how rampaa journeys terminate at the same rqmpa – albeit a scenic route for some. The direct path is in front yet; mankind continually takes the scenic route. Dr Rampa recalls experiences with his guide in the ‘inner temple’ the cave pama the ancients. How the world started, how it going and the evils of petroleum which is NOT a fossil fuel. Lobsang’s final words before departing this world in January aged over a hundred years old.

This book contains a lifetime of valuable information on all aspects of the occult by the one writer who has turned on millions of individuals to the mystical side of life in Tibet. Lobsang Rampa delves deep into the magical realm of the human soul and its immortality. This is a book that all students of the Tibetan sage will come to cherish.

It contains information NOT found in any of his other popular works. Meditating taps into the subconscious which is a source of insurmountable knowledge.


One thing to remember it’s NOT possible to meditate in groups and you MUST have a meditation robe to isolate yourself from external influences. See ‘Meditation’ livimg more information. Further information is in his book called ‘You Forever’ I have since discovered that La,a. Rampa wasn’t totally happy about this recording, perhaps because of the wording ‘Give’. The ilving understanding of the word ‘Give’ differs from the eastern. If you gampa the word ‘Give’ with the word ‘Grant’ it’s more acceptable in western terms because you are requesting ‘Powers’ and NOT demanding.

Remember; the teacher arrives only when the student is ready, there is no fast-track just because you demand something. Ra-Ab tell us of when Sindhi – a blind cat – jointed the family and how Miss Ku-ei was her guide until she knew the layouts of the rooms by heart. Mr Monkey joins the family. Tigerlily Life before Lobsang and the cats.

This is RA’AB’s second book. Autumn Lady Her final book in English I believe. It’s original name was Wild Brair. This is RA’AB’s forth book. El Testamento de Lobsang Rampa originally written in Spanish and I have only ramppa a link to the book. This was a summery of Lobsang’s life from her point of view. This is RA’AB’s fifth and last book. Sheelagh was known as ‘Buttercup’ in his books. Sheelagh tells us about the time she first met Dr.

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Rampa, the struggles they all endured – especially against the press who’s only interest is in selling newspapers at any cost – even if it means printing vile lies without letting those being persecuted defend themselves in any way. Their numerous travels – the sad sudden death of feline Fifi – and how she had to split company with Dr Rampa so he could depart to the heavenly fields. You can also discover the outcome of Lobsang’s personal predictions for Sheelagh.

This is NOT an autobiography of Dr Rampa, it is a privileged insight into their very private lives through Sheelagh eye’s. Author Karen Mutton has done exceptionally well here – in fighting Lobsang’s corner – lobwang us about the continuously persecution of the press that Lobsang and his family endured and conformation fhe other academics which corroborates Lobsang’s books, witu the outcome of rakpa many predictions – we who loved his work never disbelieved what he wrote or said, sadly many did and still do.

A marvellous essay in which Sheelagh Rouse offers further insight into the very private life of Dr Rampa and his very clear views on helping others.

Buttercup also clarifies once and for all the many scandalous rumours that have circulated over the years regarding Dr Rampa.