Chapter Five

The gentle rain came drifting down as though wafted earthwards by a compassionate Goddess of Mercy bringing renascent life to an arid area. The softly falling water, as tenuous as a mist, hesitated and wavered as though uncertain of its destination, then, touching the dry soil, there was a faint hiss and the moisture vanished into the depths. In the soil little rootlets stirred to a dim awareness at the liquid touch, stirred to awareness, and avidly absorbed the life-giving water. As though by...

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This is a Mantra which could be recited by Christians with much profit GHOST That eerie thing which swishes around in the night with a few creaks and groans, and which causes the hair on our heads to stand straight up, is harmless A ghost is just an etheric force which wanders about according to the habits of its previous owner, until eventually that etheric force, that etheric double, is dissipated. A strong healthy person who is suddenly killed by perhaps extreme violence, has a very strong...

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ICHCHHASHAKTI This is the long way to say 'will-power.' Actually, it is not just the power which enables one to say, 'I can' and 'I will,' but is, instead, rather more like the electric waves generated by the brain, and which can, literally, galvanise one into a special form of activity. It is the special power which enables the Adept, who is breathing correctly, to accomplish levitation. Levitation is quite possible, and rather easy to do, especially if one really has a sound reason for it....

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GAYATRI This is the name given to a most important Mantra. Christians recite The Lord's Prayer, which, after all, is just a Christian Mantra. The Hindu recites the Gayatri. A Hindu will go through certain ceremonies, and then recite this Mantra daily. Here are the actual words 'Om, bhur, bhuvah, swah. Tat savicur varenyam bhargo devasya dhimahi. Dhiyo yo nah prachodayat. Om.' The meaning of this translated into English is 'We meditate upon the ineffable effulgence of that resplendent Sun. May...

Chapter Six

'THE endless hours dragged wearily by. I lay in a stupor, a daze in which reality was not and in which the past, the present, and the future were rolled into one. My past life, my impotent state wherein I could neither move nor see, and my dreadful fear for my future after I got out of here if indeed I did. From time to time females came and did quite amazing things to me. My limbs were twisted and flexed, my head was rotated and all portions of my anatomy were squeezed, pinched, pummelled and...