Song of Shambhala, by Nicholas Roerich 1943. State Museum of Oriental Arts, Moscow, Russia (temporarily)

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Psychic prediction is based on man's free will and is sometimes more accurate but not necessarily God's Will.
True prophecy comes from God as a warning for man to change his ways and pray for intercession.
If mankind makes the course correction then calamities can be averted. Editor










"Whatever is true, whatever is noble, whatever is right, whatever is pure, whatever is lovely, whatever is admirable--if anything is excellent or praiseworthy--think about such things." Philippians 4:8

El Morya: Chohan of the 1st Ray



Qualities of the 1st Ray: God's Will, Protection and Government; Color: Blue; Chakra: Throat, 16 petal blue lotus.

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Quotes from Agni Yoga Society

"Three centuries after the departure of the Blessed One [Buddha], His disciples were already infected with religious strife. After only a century, Christianity manifested extreme intolerance. The last utterances of Mohammed were immediately followed by fanaticism. Religious controversies always destroy the sense of the true Teaching; therefore We now call for special tolerance and We reject controversies." Agni Yoga (1929) - 469.

"Note the times of great events. Already the Vedas are coming together with the Tripitaka and the Kabbala. The teachings of Buddha and the words of Christ and of the Teachers are dispelling ignorance. Carefully observe the growth of knowledge in diverse parts of the world. Both the affirming and the denying ones walk in one direction. The time is unrepeatable, like a gate into the preordained. Dead are those who see the determined hour as an ordinary one." El Morya from Agni Yoga (1929) - 92.

"Advise the young scholar to collect everything regarding Fire from the most ancient teachings. Let the Puranas of India, the fragments of the Teachings of Egypt, Chaldea, China, Persia, and absolutely all teachings of the classic philosophy not be overlooked. Of course, the Bible, the Kabbalah, and the Teachings of Christ, all will yield plentiful material. Likewise, the assertions of the most recent times will add to the valuable definitions of Agni. Such a compilation has never been made. Yet can one advance toward the future without gathering the signs of millennia?" El Morya from Fiery World - Book 1 (1933) - 311.

"Each era chooses its new, corresponding Teaching, when all previous Teachings have become distorted. People tend to cling to these twisted distortions of the faith of their forefathers, yet no new Teaching ever excludes preceding ones. Little attention is paid to this fact, for the followers of every Teaching like to build their success on denial of the previous Teachings. But it is easy to prove the continuity of what people call religion. In this continuity is sensed a single stream of one energy. Calling it psychic energy, we speak of the Sophia of the Hellenic world or Sarasvati of the Hindus. The Holy Ghost of the Christians manifests signs of psychic energy, just as do the creative Adonai of Israel, and Mithra of Persia, full of solar power. Certainly, no one doubts that the Fire of Zoroaster is the Fire of Space, which you now study." El Morya from Agni Yoga (1929) - 416.

"It may be asked in what relation Our Teaching stands to the one already given by Us through Blavatsky. Answer that each century, after the manifestation of a detailed exposition, a conclusive culmination is given, which actually moves the world, along the line of humaneness. Thus, Our Teaching includes the "Secret Doctrine" of Blavatsky. Similarly, Christianity was the culmination of the world wisdom of the classic epoch, and the Commandments of Moses were the culmination of that of ancient Egypt and Babylon. However, the significance of the ramiform Teachings must be understood. It is hoped that people not only read Our books but accept them without delay, for I speak briefly of that which must be remembered." Fiery World - Book 1 (1933) - 79.

"Great Service has called forth everywhere much misunderstanding. To people it usually has the aspect of something unattainable. They hope that responsibility for such Service will pass them by. But let us reflect upon certain great Servitors. Let us see if They were unapproachable supermen. Pythagoras and Plato and Boehme and Paracelsus and Thomas Vaughan were men who bore their lamps amidst their fellow-men in life under a hail of non understanding and abuse. Anyone could approach them, but only a few were able to discern the superearthly radiance behind the earthly face. It is possible to name great Servitors of East and West, North and South. It is possible to peruse their biographies; yet everywhere we feel that the superearthly radiance appears rarely in the course of centuries. One should learn from reality." Brotherhood (1937) - 175.



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Autobiography of a Yogi by Paramahansa Yogananda. Just read this for the second time in twenty years, that's why it's first. It also happens to be a tremendous book. The most important concept is that one can be an advanced yogi like Lahiri Mahasaya, Sri Yukteswar and Yogananda and still live in the world with a spouse, etc..
Alchemy of the Heart by Elizabeth Clare Prophet and Patricia Spadaro. Just read this one too. What a precious book. It's sure to open your heart in ways you didn't know needed opening.
Chronicles of the Tao by Deng Ming-Dao; If you like Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, I think you'll like this book. It follows the life of Kwan Sai Hung in the first part of this century as he follows the path of Taoism taught to him by the Grand Master himself, in the Huashan Mountains of China. Just a fanastic, engrossing read.
The Illustrated World's Religions: Guide to Our Wisdom Traditions by Huston Smith; This is the classic re-published with some very fine illustrations. Mr. Smith does not go into a great amount of detail for each religion but he does treat each one with the utmost respect and understanding. There is probably not a better book out there on the world's major religions. If I'm not mistaken, I believe some of the original text was sacrificed to make room for the pictures.
Unveiled Mysteries by Godfre Ray King. Unsurpassed in unveiling spiritual truths while being an engrossing read at the same time. Filled with exciting stories e.g., the life long quest of David Lloyd. He was told as a boy by an Indian adept, that a man on a North American mountain would help him make his Ascension. In one of the most thrilling passages in all of esoteric literature, David Lloyd nearly jumps out of his skin when he finally finds the man on Mount Shasta who offers him the cup of elixir that will accelerate him beyond the bounds of gravity, time and space.
The Magic Presence by Godfre Ray King. A continuation of Unveiled Mysteries following the exploits of Guy Ballard as he interacts with Masters, spiritual adepts and seemingly normal people but with a great deal of attainment, throughout the U.S. and Europe.
The Masters and the Path by C. W. Leadbeater. I picked it up recently and opened to this: "He (the Master) answered to the following effect: 'You must find work for yourself; you know what we are doing. Throw yourself into your work in any way you can. If I gave you a definate piece of work to do you would do it, but in that case the karma of what was done would be mine, because I told you to do it. You would have only the karma of willing obedience, which, of course, is very good, but it is not the karma of initiating a fruitful line of action. I want you to initiate work for yourself, because then the karma of the good deed will come to you.'" Ch. 3, p. 52.
Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East by Baird Spalding (six volumes). An undisputed classic and the first vehicle for many on the Path who learn for the first time that there are adepts helping the planet just beyond the veil. My fondest memory of these books is a scene where Jesus and Buddha appear hand and hand before some surprised guests at a retreat in the Himalayas. A sixth volume has recently been published. Excerpt from Volume one, Chpater 10: Emil on America.
The Power of Now: A Guide to Spiritual Enlightenment by Echart Tolle. I can't recommend this book enough. The tapes are great too. Very Zen. I liked his concept that people walking around talking to themselves are not much different from 'sane' people who have conversations in their head. It's about listening to the still, small voice of God instead.
The Lost Years of Jesus by Elizabeth Clare Prophet; The story of Jesus' missing 12 years spent traveling in India and Tibet. The stories of four eye witnesses who saw documentary evidence in Tibet in the early 1900's is included.
The Edgar Cayce Companion: A Comprehensive Treatise of the Edgar Cayce Readings -- by B. Ernest Frejer (Compiler); Paperback; The title says it all. Cayce brought forth all sorts of knowledge on healing, Jesus, the false gods and Atlantis.
Path to Enlightenment in Tibetan Buddhism:by Geshe Acharya Thubten Loden. Possibly the best and most comprehensive book on the practice of Tibetan Buddhism. I have seen a very thick trade paper book reasonably priced in some U.S. stores. Not available at Amazon
Your Seven Energy Centers by Elizabeth Clare Prophet and Patricia Spadaro. Review at Amazon from Whitegate, Cheshire Great Britain: ... - I bought it ... last year and I use it all the time as a superb reference book. It has more than enough information to enable everyone from complete beginners to more knowledgeable folk to understand and learn about how our chakras work and what they do and mean. It is well laid out with graphics and clear explanations. Please, if you get chance, find this book and keep it by your bedside - it is wonderful for healers (I am a Reiki master) and spiritualists alike.
The Inner Life by Charles W. Leadbeater; This book and The Masters and the Path may be the two best books explaining what the Masters released through Theosophy. They are primers, a little hard to read but definately easier to understand than Balvatshy's books. Excerpt from Section One: The Ancient Mysteries


Beyond Belief by Elaine Pagels; From Publishers Weekly: In this majestic new book, Pagels (The Gnostic Gospels) ranges panoramically over the history of early Christianity, demonstrating the religion's initial tremendous diversity and its narrowing to include only certain texts supporting certain beliefs. At the center of her book is the conflict between the gospels of John and Thomas. Reading these gospels closely, she shows that Thomas offered readers a message of spiritual enlightenment. Rather than promoting Jesus as the only light of the world, Thomas taught individuals that "there is a light within each person, and it lights up the whole universe. If it does not shine, there is darkness." As she eloquently and provocatively argues, the author of John wrote his gospel as a refutation of Thomas, portraying the disciple Thomas as a fool when he doubts Jesus, and Jesus as the only true light of the world. ...
The Gnostic Gospels by Elaine Pagels. Review from Gnosticism's Christian form grew to prominence in the 2nd century A.D. Ultimately denounced as heretical by the early church, Gnosticism proposed a revealed knowledge of God ("gnosis" meaning "knowledge" in Greek), held as a secret tradition of the apostles. In The Gnostic Gospels, author Elaine Pagels suggests that Christianity could have developed quite differently if Gnostic texts had become part of the Christian canon. Without a doubt: Gnosticism celebrates God as both Mother and Father, shows a very human Jesus's relationship to Mary Magdalene, suggests the Resurrection is better understood symbolically, and speaks to self-knowledge as the route to union with God. ...
The Gospel of Thomas by Marvin Meyer. From Amazon: The gospel according to Thomas is an ancient collection of sayings attributed to Jesus and thought to be recorded by his brother Judas, the Twin (Thomas means "twin" in Aramaic). Some scholars suggest that this gospel was collected from New Testament sayings, while others believe it springs from a completely independent author because many of the quotations are not in the New Testament at all. It slept for two millennia in a stone jar until it was accidentally exhumed by a group of fertilizer gatherers in the northern Egyptian desert in 1945.
The Lost Teachings of Jesus by Marvin Meyer. From Amazon: In this volume, Marvin W. Meyer has produced a new English translation for general readers of four of the most important and revealing of these early Christian texts -- the Secret Book of James, the Gospel of Thomas, the Book of Thong, and the Secret Book of John.
Fallen Angels and the Origins of Evil: Why Church Fathers Suppressed the Book of Enoch and Its Startling Revelations by Elizabeth Clare Prophet. From Amazon: Did rebel angels take on human bodies to fulfill their lust for the "daughters of men"? Did these fallen angels teach men to build weapons of war? That is the premise of the Book of Enoch, a text cherished by the Essenes, early Jews and Christians but later condemned by both rabbis and Church Fathers. The book was denounced, banned and "lost" for over a thousand years-until in 1773, a Scottish explorer discovered three copies in Ethiopia. ... more on this book here
Jesus and the Lost Goddess: The Secret Teachings of the Original Christians by Timothy Freke, Peter Gandy. From Amazon: Why Were the Teachings of the Original Christians Brutally Suppressed by the Roman Church?*Because they portray Jesus and Mary Magdalene as mythic figures based on the Pagan Godman and Goddess * Because they show that the gospel story is a spiritual allegory encapsulating a profound philosophy that leads to mythical enlightenment * Because they have the power to turn the world inside out and transform life into an exploration of consciousness ...
The Lost Keys of Freemasonry (Also Includes: Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians / Masonic Orders of Fraternity) by Manly P. Hal; Released on 8/17/06. Amazon Book Description: Here is Manly P. Hall's classic work on history's most secretive brotherhood- reset and collected with two additional celebrated Hall volumes on occult Masonry. ... The twentieth century's great scholar of occult and esoteric ideas, Manly P. Hall was a Mason himself and nurtured a lifelong interest in the secret fraternal order, making it the focus of one of his earliest and best-loved books, The Lost Keys of Freemasonry. In this celebrated work, he examines the ethical training required of a Freemason, and the character traits a Mason must "build" within himself. Hall's 1923 volume is now reset and made available exclusively in this new edition, along with the author's two further classics on Masonry:
- Freemasonry of the Ancient Egyptians (1937), which explores the roots of Freemasonry in the initiatory temple rites of Pharaonic Egypt; and
- Masonic Orders of Fraternity (1950), a fascinating work of short history that chronicles the reemergence of Freemasonry in Europe in the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries. It surveys the lives of Masonry's modern architects and the secretive organizations that immediately preceded the brotherhood.
This three-in-one volume features the original illustrations of each book, for a total of nearly thirty images, including recreations of scenes and rites from Masonry's unusual history. It also includes a new index encompassing all three titles.
The Secret Teachings of all Ages(Readers Edition) by Manly P. Hall; This is the classic in a smaller size for only $17.47 at Amazon. Publishers Weekly description: In 1928, a 20-something Renaissance man named Manly Hall self-published a vast encyclopedia of the occult, believing that "modern" ideas of progress and materialism were displacing more important and ancient modes of knowledge. Hall's text has become a classic reference, dizzying in its breadth: various chapters explore Rosicrucianism, Kabbalah, alchemy, cryptology, Tarot, pyramids, the Zodiac, Pythagorean philosophy, Masonry and gemology, among other topics. ...
Excuse Me, Your Life Is Waiting: The Astonishing Power of Feelings by Lynn GrabhornV. McCowen, freelance reviewer: "And now for something completely different -- a self-help book that gives us a radical, here-to-fore unthinkable, seemingly too-good-to-be-true path to follow, finally acquiring what we all want out of life. ... The book promises to set the self-improvement genre on its ear with this unorthodox theory: we create our lives through how we feel. That's right, forget positive thinking, visualization, mind over matter, and all those other well-worn cure-alls for what ails the human race. What we feel is what we get! ...
Power vs. Force: The Hidden Determinants of Human Behavior by David R. Hawkins; A reviewer on Amazon: POWER VS FORCE helps to solve the problems of confusion and negative patterns of behavior by presenting a crystal-clear model of consciousness along with a useful tool for measuring the energy levels of fields of consciousness around us. Hawkins describes how we can measure the frequencies of the fields surrounding people, ideas, and things with Kinesiology, sometimes referred to as "muscle testing."
The Masters and Their Retreats. Compiled and Edited by Annice Booth. This is the definitive book on Masters, Saints, Buddhas and Yogis who have transcended the mortal consciousness we are all still stuck in. They exist, just out of reach beyond the physical but ready to assist those who know how to make contact. If one knows who to pray to for a particular world or personal situation, a great deal more can be accomplished.You'll learn where they hang out too. Some of these places have been glimpsed in near death experiences.
The Gospel of Mary Magdalene, by Jean-Yves Leloup (Editor), Joseph Rowe (Translator), From Booklist: Interest in Mary Magdalene, the quasi-legendary woman of the Gospels who stood in an ambiguous relationship to Jesus, is booming just now. According to noncanonical sources, she was Jesus' wife, and probably not the prostitute with whom she is often conflated or confused. Among those unorthodox sources is one of the fragmentary early texts rejected by the church fathers and now called the gnostic gospels. ...
Agni Yoga by El Morya and Nicholas Roerich. This may be my favorite Agni book. From the Preface: "Yoga — that supreme bridge to cosmic attainment — has existed through all ages. Each Teaching comprises its own Yoga, applicable to that step of evolution. The Yogas do not contradict each other. As the branches of one tree they spread their shade and refresh the traveler exhausted from heat."

Fiery World I, II and III by El Morya and Nicholas Roerich. Also fantastic books. From the Preface of I: "Ur is the root of the Light of Fire. From time immemorial this Radiant Principle has attracted the hearts of many peoples.Thus, from the covenants of the past let us transport ourselves into future attainments. When you are asked about the second part of Fiery World, answer, "It will be given immediately, provided you keep in mind the affirmed valediction on the long journey and preserve joy and the resolution to hasten in spirit." Meanwhile collect the new findings that science is offering and observe how they are utilized. Do not forget that Agni is nourished by joy and courage and endurance. Thus, let us follow the path of the fiery consciousness."


How the Irish Saved Civilization by Thomas Cahill; Because the true esoteric and gnostic teaching of Jesus was rejected in favor of dogmatism and fanatics, the West was plunged into the Dark Ages. Cahill makes the case that much that was valuable from previous civilizations was saved by Irish scribes. I would add that the Islamic world also saved Greek philosophy that was later 'rediscovered' by the likes of Roger Bacon and others. Half around the globe Padmasambhava (730-805) saved and expanded the teachings of Buddha in Tibet as well.

Aristotle's Children: How Christians, Muslims, and Jews Rediscovered Ancient Wisdom and Illuminated the Dark Ages by Richard E. Rubenstein; This book picks up on the theme of the one to the left. The works of Aristotle find their way to Aquinas and Bacon. Bacon lays the foundation for Reason and Science that he hopes will break the back of a superstitious Christianity and open the door to understanding the deeper mysteries of Christ, i.e. miracles follow the laws of nature— through the fire and power of God in one's heart; a trait not exclusive to Jesus. This is my conclusion not the authors. Editor

Secrets of the Code: The Unauthorized Guide to the Mysteries Behind The Da Vinci Code by Dan Burstein (Editor) A reviewer at Amazon: Reviewer: The Bible Thumpers are really disappointed Burstein's book of research is out, as they were hoping the interest in the alternate theology of the DaVinci Code would just go away, but here it has been on the best seller list for over a year now!! Burstein has done an admirable job of presenting the scholars with the research backing up the DaVinci Code. Burstein is a must-read if you want to know what the ruckus is all about!! ...

Soul Mates & Twin Flames: The Spiritual Dimension of Love & Relationships by Elizabeth Clare Prophet. The book describes the differences between the two. We all have a twin flame but may have several soul mates (which is usually a mission related relationship). Karma dictates which relationship we find ourselves in. Mrs. Prophet describes what you can do the clear the way for twin flames to find one another.

Glimpses of the Devil, by M. Scott Peck. Amazon Editorial Review: ... In Glimpses of the Devil, Peck returns to this dark and controversial chapter, expanding upon his beliefs in demonic possession. Like many science-educated professionals, Peck was a skeptic when it came to believing in the devil. But here he gives readers the complete story of his conversion as well as a full account of the two clinical cases that made him a believer as well as an exorcist. Because he videotaped the exorcisms, the dialog and scene work is stunningly authentic and convincing. Some have criticized this discussion as disappointingly dry. One might argue that Peck’s restraint when it comes to dramatics and sensationalism is this book’s strength. Peck’s mission is not to entertain, but rather to request a more expansive discussion of evil, so that science entertains the possibility of the devil and demonic entities. He also hopes that we will begin a serious discussion of interventions against demonic possession that aren’t limited to the restraints of the Catholic Church. ...

The Wisdom of the Soul: Profound Insights from the Life Between Lives, by Ian Lawton; "This fine book provides much-needed information about everything from trapped spirits to demonic beings, from the purpose of incarnation to life on oher planets, from legends of Atlantis to the future of humanity, and from multiple realities to the true nature of time. I cannot recommend it highly enough. --Edith Fiore, pioneering regression therapist and author of "You Have Been Here Before"

Forbidden Religion: Suppressed Heresies of the West by J. Douglas Kenyon (Editor and Publisher of Atlantis Magazine), Amazon Description: Reveals the thread that unites the spiritual paths that have opposed orthodox religion over the centuries and the challenge they provide to the status quo-- Contains 40 essays by 18 key investigators of heresies and suppressed spiritual traditions, including Steven Sora, Ian Lawton, Jeff Nisbet, P.M.H. Atwater, John Chambers, and Vincent Bridges. Following the model of his bestselling Forbidden History, J. Douglas Kenyon has assembled from his bi-monthly journal Atlantis Rising material that explores the hidden path of the religions banned by the orthodox Church--from the time before Christ when the foundations of Christianity were being laid to the tumultuous times of the Cathars and Templars and the Masons of the New World. Revealed in this investigation of the roots of Western faith are the intimate ties of ancient Egypti an religion to Christianity, the true identities of the three magi, the link forged by the Templars between early Christianity and the Masons, and how these hidden religious currents still influence the modern world. ...

The The Magic Circle of Rudolf II: Alchemy and Astrology in Renaissance Prague (Hardcover) Called Theatre of the World: Alchemy, Astrology and Magic in Renaissance Prague in Europe, by Peter Marshall; Amazon Book Description: A captivating portrait of the crucible of magic, science, and religion at the court of the doomed dreamer Rudolf II in Renaissance Prague. At the end of the sixteenth century, the greatest philosophers, alchemists, astronomers, and mathematicians of the day flocked to Prague to work under the patronage of the Holy Roman Emperor Rudolf II. The Theatre of the World is the enchanting story of Rudolf II, an emperor more interested in the great talents and minds of his times than in the exercise of his power. Rarely leaving Prague Castle, he gathered around him a galaxy of famous figures: the Italian painter Giuseppe Arcimboldo, the Danish astronomer Tycho Brahe, the German mathematician Johannes Kepler, and the English mag us John Dee. Entranced, like Hamlet, by the new Renaissance learning, Rudolf found it nearly impossible to make decisions. He faced the threats of religious discord and the Ottoman Empire, along with deepening melancholy and an ambitious younger brother. As a result, he lost his empire and nearly his sanity, but he enabled Prague to enjoy a golden age of peace and creativity before Europe was engulfed in the Thirty Years War. The Theatre of the World is a beguiling and dramatic human story filled with angels and devils, high art and low cunning, talismans and stars. It offers a captivating perspective on a pivotal moment in the history of Western Civilization. end
The Boy Who Saw True by Cyril Scott. Simply a charming book. The diary of an 11-12 year old boy assisted by his tutor around the turn of the century or before. The lad is able to see elementals, elder brothers, lamas, and a strange and wonderful collection of people from the other side, most of whom bring valuable messages and understandings of cosmic law. The Masters brought forth a broader message over a hundred years ago. They started with spiritualism and Theosophy, then moved on. They obviously used this boy whose third eye was opened. See quote below. For another lengthy quote from this book go here: Possession


Ramakrishna and His Disciples by Christopher Isherwood. might be available 'used' only; A fascinating book about an extraordinary soul whose devotion to the Divine Mother was unparalleled. Vivekanda was his most famous disciple who was the first famous yogi to come to the West.
Happiness: A Guide to Developing Life's Most Important Skill (Paperback) by Matthieu Ricard, Daniel Goleman (Foreword) Reviewer at Amazon: What a joy to find such an intelligent and creative approach to the universal quest for happiness and well-being! Matthieu Ricard begins by examining our definitions of happiness and then leads us on a journey that explores the causes and conditions for happiness, our own inner mechanisms that do or don't create happiness, how to deal with death and difficulties, the sociology of happiness, and so on. The book's emphasis is on how to develop inner resources for a sense of happiness and fulfillment that is not dependent on outer circumstances. There is real freedom in the knowledge that we can move towards an authentic sense of well-being by working with our ways of relating and processing the obstacles and circumstances that present themselves. This is all helped along by the short enjoyable exercises that lead the reader through a process of getting to know the mind and how it works. Matthieu Ricard's voice is quite unique and I liked his use of metaphor to describe various emotional states and how to deal with them. I also found the sociology of happiness an interesting chapter, revealing the trends of our society, and I especially liked learning "first-hand about the work of neuroscience and the brain. end

Zen and the Art of Happiness by Chris Prentiss, From Reverse Spins: “Happiness can be a fickle thing. It can be a snug, magnetic garment, attracting more and more of the same, or it can be an ill-fitting gossamer veil flitting here and there. It all depends on one’s psychology, karma, and attitude. This wonderful little book shows that we can overcome the obstacles to happiness. It’s for those who want and need change— in expectations, habits, and outlook. Chris Prentiss teaches us how, with a joie de vivre that obviously comes from experience. Use his practical wisdom to get in the habit of being happy—every day. Put this book by your bedside and the Zen of happiness can be yours.”

NEW: All for the Love of God - Life with Mark Prophet, a Modern-Day Mystic-8/21by Alex Reichardt, with Margaret Reichardt-- Book Review by Reverse Spins:
"Every great man nowadays has his disciples, and it is always Judas who writes the biography.” Oscar Wilde.
Great quote. Stop and think about that for a moment. . . .
A strange phenomena isn't it? Thank God he is not entirely correct. Alex Reichardt has written the best biography of Mark Prophet we are likely to see and only he could have done it. No one got to see Mark in unguarded, vulnerable moments as much as Alex. When the obtrusive unseen forces of the world managed to worm their way into Mr. Prophet's life, we are able to catch a glimpse of what it means to be a mystic. With a humbleness that belied his mastery, Mark Prophet met every challenge. Lesser men would have wilted under the psychic barrage he had to endure. Alex, as Mark's personal assistant from 1965 to 1973, witnessed these acts of spiritual mastery on a daily basis. It filled him with awe. Me too, just reading about it. I love inspiring books. There is hardly a page that's not inspiring. This comes across in Alex's narrative style as well. As the author would say, "All glory to God." Everytime I picked up the book and read just a few pages, I came away wanting to be a better person. There is no higher compliment I can give. This is a book for all seekers on the Path not just those who were in the Summit Lighthouse at one time or another. As Sir Francis Bacon (when he penned the Shakespearean plays) said: "There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than are dreamt of in your philosophy." And there are more things to the spiritual path than most of us are aware. For all those who wish to reach the pinnacle of their being and overcome the hidden obstacles on the way, Mark Prophet has 'been there and done that.' William House

Be Who You Want, Have What You Want, by Chris Prentiss, Book Review by Reverse Spins, Let's face it, self-help books are a dime a dozen. They come and they go, ending up on the bargain shelves of the big chains, lasting not much longer than a bug's life. Not this one. This book has staying power. It's got muscle, like PMA on steroids. For those mixing their abbreviations, that's Positive Mental Attitude. It's guaranteed to fast-track your life. Why? It's very well written for one. Chris Prentiss' style is both very compelling and entertaining. And it's not just a wish-fulfillment type book, the author draws from a wealth of experience. His very life illustrates how cosmic principles of faith, visualization, positive attitude and action can precipitate results. His story of making a full length movie is just amazing. At each major obstacle he faced you're thinking, "no way is he going to get this done." He did and it's awe inspiring. As he says, there is a Divine intent and plan for us, we just have to be the magnet and pull it down. Not all of us have the incredible will power that the author has. The good news is that he shows us how to get it with practical exercises spread throughout the book at a pace that will not fatigue the reader. I loved his previous books, The Alcoholism and Addiction Cure and Zen and the Art of Happiness. No doubt this book will become a best seller as well. William House

Comte de Gabalis by Abbe De Montfaucon De Villars:
A reviewer at If you have read Volume 4 "Ascended Master Instruction" by Beloved Saint Germain published by Saint Germain Press, you may begin to finally understand what He is saying on page 60 of that Great Book, when you turn the pages of the most Wonderous "Comte De Gabalis." Is it any wonder the Comte is considered to be none other than Francis Bacon--after feigning death--and continued to teach the Sacred Sciences. And this Francis is the one who transcended death itself and accepted a new name which means "Holy Brother" or "Sanctus Germanus" -- that is, Saint Germain! This is attributed to His Royal Majesty, and just as He used the pen name of "William Shakespeare" to pen the plays, he may have likewise, used the supposed author of this text as a filler. In fact, this manuscript was first published anonymously in 1670 and there was no record of an author or the name deVillar s until later. Nevertheless, the Book is a True Art in Rosicrucian lore, in which contain such Truths, that every theologian, teacher, parent& child would do well to heed. One days they will and shall. Mary Baker Eddy remarked on the subnatural state of marriage, and this book explains why. It explains why the world is in the condition that it is & more importantly, how to get out of it. Some of the most Sacred Knowledge lies herein. You may obtain this or another reprinted edition by Health Research Books which is recommended. There are also books that were printed in 1913 and 1922 that are often available. All contain a commentary by Lotus Dudley which resides on the opposite side of the original text -- so make note of that. If you ever felt there was more to Life than what meets or is visible to the eye, than this book might make you quite merry... More importantly, it may be that the Gnomes & Gnomides, Nymphs, Sylphs & Sylphides, and Salamanders have found a friend who they can n ot only assist but present themselves. Happy Reading!
New: Miracles, Masters & Mirth,Adventures on the Path of Self Awareness, by Therese Emmanuel Grey
"Every great man nowadays has his disciples, and it is always Judas who writes the biography.” Oscar Wilde.
I love this quote. I've used it before. Why is it so dead on? The true disciple runs with the message of the Teacher and does not feel the need to write a biography. The betrayer never internalizes the message and thus fails. In order to justify that failure the disciple must lash out. In the case where the teaching is true, the former student has to attack the messenger. And if that student has become a total cynic and skeptic, then it is the nature of the pendulum's path that all spiritual feelings, promptings and contact with the inner and outer God will be forgotten in the über wasteland of revisionist history. True gnosis must be cherished for it is a tenuous thread. Often a journal works best. I've found that those that are constant on the Path have held that thread and reinforced it. I've also noticed that those who often times do best, have had life changing spiritual experiences when they are young. Such is the case with this author, Therese Emmanuel Grey. Her purity and inner sen se of the soul is evident throughtout the book. It's a personal story of chelaship and as such she shares her highs and lows. to be continued ...


The Little Book of Secrets: Gentle Wisdom for Joyful Living by Chris Prentiss; Book Review by Reverse Spins, editor William House: Warning! Will Robinson! Warning! You are about to enter perilous territory. The economy is going to get worse before it gets better and there is no guarantee it will rebound at all. At such times we all need positive reinforcement and "The Little Book of Secrets" is one of those tools that can bring us out of depression. If we all come up higher won’t that affect the country as a whole? Don't be fooled by the title, it's really a misnomer. If there is one thing I would change about the book, it’s the title. If you became disenchanted with the "secrets" fad a few years back, don't worry, it's nothing like that. These pages are filled with positive witticisms for meditation and upward striving. The book is a perfect blending of East and West philosophy, kind of like ‘the best of I Ching’ meets Aesop. Opens your mind to new ways of thinking and acting by revealing ancient wisdom in a refresing and disarming manner. Here is one of the more profound sayings in the book: "If you neglect your good qualities and virtues, you will cease to be of value to your friends and neighbors. Soon, no one will seek you out or bother about you." Perhaps I like it because it reminds me of this gnostic quote from the Gospel of Thomas: "If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you."
A riddle for the ages and one I have attempted to explain here:
So if you want to spread the joy within you during the holiday seasons, then Chris Prentiss is the one to show you the way. You can’t go wrong with “The Little Book of Secrets.”

Honor Yourself, by Patrica Spadaro; Reviewed by Reverse Spins:
"Man, Know Thyself!" was once carved above the entrance to a Greek Mystery School. Given its location, the implication is deeply mystical.
In Hamlet, the "happy Genius of this Ancient pile!" wrote: "To be, or not to be: that is the question: ..." He then followed that with more questions, creating one of history's great literary paradoxes.
Joining these two, we arrive at the ultimate paradox. Do we become all that God intended or not? Do we even know what that is and how to go about it? And do we allow "the slings and arrows of outrageous fortune" to stop us in our tracks. It is this paradox we face daily with the ultimate goal of becoming our real Self that Patricia Spadaro dares to tackle in Honor Yourself. Rarely does a debut solo work of non-fiction explode on the scene with such deftness and clarity. In the first chapter alone, every sentence can stand on its own, demonstrating a paradox itself. Does writing so perfectly executed just flow from brain to text? The answer is no. Something so fluid, so easy to read took painstaking correcting and rewriting until the finished product looks natural and flows seemlessly off the page. But what makes any book great, from Dostoyevsky to Tolle, is when the reader pauses every so often to ponder what he has just read. This is just what I found myself doing from chapter to chapter. more >>>
Random readings of 'Imitation of Christ' accesses Secret Chamber-3/2 Spirit Daily, We note, in an extraordinary way, how -- during the Church-approved apparitions in Kibeho, Rwanda (in Africa) -- the Blessed Mother reportedly advised one of the visionaries to find a copy of the classic mystical book, Imitation of Christ, open it to a random page, and each time plant the first words she read "deeply into her heart."
"In your chamber you shall find great grace that you may lose easily outside," the monk wrote -- amid his dialogues with Jesus. "If your chamber is faithfully dwelt in, it will grow sweet and pleasant to you and will be a very dear friend for the future.
"If in the beginning you are often in your chamber -- and continue there in prayer and holy meditations -- it will be afterward a most particular friend, and one of your most special comforts. ...
New The Siren's Call: Jesus in the East; two extraordinary Victorian ladies LA Times, By Nick Owchar-- The mysteries of the ancient world are evoked in Alan Jacobs' 'When Jesus Lived in India' and Janet Soskice's 'The Sisters of Sinai.'-- Jesus is everywhere. There are plenty of books about his presence in the holy scriptures of Christianity's sister faiths (in the Talmud, in the Koran) and about secret traditions brought to light by the Gnostic gospels. There are also plenty on more provocative views of his life and death on a cross, if he really did die on a cross -- think of books such as "The Passover Plot," "Holy Blood, Holy Grail" and that really successful novel by that guy whose name I can't seem to recall right now. There is yet another tradition about Jesus: During his life, he went to India, Tibet and Kashmir. Not on SpiceJet airlines but via the Silk Route -- the legendary trading route linking the East to the Mediterranean. Alan Jacobs' "When Jesus Lived in India: The Quest for the Aquarian Gospel: The mystery of the Missing Years" (Watkins: 216 pp., $19.95 paper) isn't the first book on this topic -- there have been several as well as a recent Paul Davids' television movie -- but Jacobs' is a helpful, enlightening guide to this theory, its scriptural sources and contending viewpoints -- all delivered without that true-believer tone that can ruin a promising presentation. One finds stories of Jesus in India in ancient Hindu texts ...
Padre Pio the True Story. Amazon Reviewer: This biography of a saint for our times tries to be objective at every turn. I can't be objective about Padre Pio, because of a personal relationship, but I do know good writing. The historical perspective is detailed and dramatic. But, wait 'til you meet the evil Archbishop in this book. His "big scene" is Hollywood material. Ruffin reveals Padre Pio, a real man, with humor, with failings, but in the end, even the most skeptical among us, will be entertained by a great story of a life. ...
Padre Pio: The Stigmatist. Amazon Reviewer: ... There are many books written about him, and this is one of the best and most complete. He was a Capuchin friar born in southern Italy in 1887 and died in 1968. He bore the stigmata, the wounds of Christ, for 50 years. He also possessed other unusual qualities, such as bilocation, odor of perfume, the reading of hearts, miraculous cures, remarkable conversions and prophetic insight. ...
Pray, Hope, and Don't Worry: True Stories of Padre Pio-3/28 by Diane Allen, Editor, Reverse Spins: The author collected stories from around the world from people who have had experiences with Padre Pio. She is obviously a devotee of Padre Pio because the book is lovingly written and is very inspirational. This book is an antidote for all that is anti-god. In one sense, because numerous people were interviewed who had direct knowledge of Padre Pio, it is a scientific study of the presence of God in a Saint's life. Not just any Saint however, if you measure saintliness by the quantity of Love and Light manifested, then he is one of the greatest Saints that ever lived. You probably won't be the same after reading this. If you are an atheist or agnostic and are not affected by this book, then there is something deeply wrong with you at the soul level and you need to pray about it. And you certainly will be a new person if you follow the admonishments the author documents throughout the book. There are two books I recommend for the bedside table, this one and any Agni Yoga book.
New: The Mystic Cookbook: The Secret Alchemy of Food-
By Denise and Meadow Linn, From Hay House;
Editor, Reverse Spins: Denise Linn has a long history of caring about our emotional, physical and spiritual well being. My favorite book of hers is called "Sacred Space" It sits alongside other spritual books that I treasure. This time she and her sister have brought that intuitive caring into the kitchen. Sometimes we forget to bring that buddhic mindfulness into the food prep area and the dining room. "The Mystical Cookbook" will show you how to elevate the simplest of chores and bring a sense of sacredness into cooking which can become a spiritual calling. Oh, and lest I forget, there are a cornucopia of wonderful recipes as well.

New: A Beautiful Death: Facing the Future with Peace by Cheryl Eckl. Amazon Book Description: What does it take to face death, loss, and grief with confidence and peace? Cheryl Eckl is unexpectedly forced to host life's most unwelcome guest when her husband, Stephen, is diagnosed with terminal cancer and given a few short years to live. In A Beautiful Death, her powerful insights, moving story, and unerring guidance show that we all have the inner resources to face death, and the future, with peace. In fact, she says, when we are properly prepared this experience, while rarely easy, can be profoundly beautiful. A Beautiful Death is a compassionate and honest approach to death as an integral part of life-how to think about it, talk about it, and prepare for it. Eckl helps us overcome our fear and avoidance of painful end-of-life issues as she gently takes us by the hand on a transformative journey through loss and unspeakable grief. In her sensitive and deftly written work, you'll explore five liberating steps for facing death, whether your own or a loved one's. You'll learn how to give fully, nurture yourself and your loved ones, and open to the intensity of sorrow so you can rise up strengthened for your tomorrows. Above all, you'll find the comfort you need to embrace whatever the present brings with grace, confidence, and peace.

New: A Beautiful Grief: Reflections on Letting Go by Cheryl Eckl.
Amazon Book Description: Finding grace in grieving an inspiring and moving book to revisit again and again. -- To become strong and whole following a serious loss,Cheryl Eckl says we are called to "love our way through to grief's natural conclusion." In this collection of her "soul space" writings, she shares her poignant sorrow from the death of her soul mate and husband, while revealing deep insights of self-compassion, strength, and hope. As her thoughts unfold, you will feel Cheryl encouraging you to nurture your own insights, open your broken heart to the possibility of joy, even entertain fresh adventure as you journey through your own process of grief. The path to healing need not be lonely in the presence
of such a companion.




One day Padre Pio was preparing for confession in the sacristy. He was surrounded by men when he noticed one man and said, kiddingly: "With you, one can't have peace, even at night." (The man had sent his angel to Padre Pio on behalf of his sick child). This man begged his pardon. Padre replied, "Why do you beg my pardon? I am always pleased when guardian angels come, even if it happens at night." from: Padre Pio Miracle Worker


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The Celestine Prophecy Movie; The Celestine Prophecy is an action-adventure adaptation of the hit novel by James Redfield, a film that moves so swiftly it can be difficult at times to absorb the New Age philosophy tucked into Redfield's multiple, so-called Insights. Matthew Settle plays an American history teacher who travels to Peru to look into the discovery of an ancient manuscript that foretells the arrival of a new spirituality. The Peruvian government and Catholic church, threatened by something that might supplant traditional religion and mainstream values, harass and arrest the scientists and enlightened souls who discovered the manuscript. Our hero becomes involved in a dangerous effort to keep the document from official hands; along the way, he's introduced to the prophecy's major principles, which arouse his dormant spiritual abilities. Annabeth Gish, Hector Elizondo, and Jurgen Prochnow are a welcome presence in this light a nd sometimes confusing, if casually engaging work that requires repeat viewings to fully hear its interesting message. --Tom Keogh
The Secret (Extended Edition); Interviews with leading authors, philosophers, scientists, with an in-depth discussion of the Law of Attraction. The audience is shown how they can learn and use 'The Secret' in their everyday lives. Plot Synopsis: The Secret is a feature length movie presentation which reveals The Great Secret of the universe. It has been passed throughout the ages, traveling through centuries... This is The Secret to everything - the secret to unlimited joy, health, money, relationships, love, youth: everything you have ever wanted. All the resources you will ever need to understand and live The Secret. The world's leading scientists, authors, and philosophers will reveal The Secret that utterly transformed the lives of every person who ever knew it... Plato, Newton, Carnegie, Beethoven, Shakespeare, Einstein.


People like you and I, who led extraordinary lives.

(Pause a moment, look at these pictures. Can you feel the power and Light of God that was in them and still radiates?)

St. Padre Pio, (1887-Miracle Worker, Stigmatic, Mystic; Padre Pio bore the wounds of Jesus on his hands, feet, and side for 50 years. Several days before he died in 1968, all evidence of the wounds disappeared. Padre Pio Foundation
St. Therese of Lisieux(1877-1888) "I believe that my mission is about to begin, my mission of making known the love of God as I love him, to give him my little way to souls."
St. Gemma (1878-1903) "At that moment Jesus appeared with all his wounds open, but from these wounds there no longer came forth blood, but flames of fire. In an instant these flames came to touch my hands, my feet and my heart."
St Teresa of Avila (1515-1582) "When I took the habit,[21] the Lord at once showed me how great are His favours to those who use force with themselves in His service. No one realized that I had gone through all this; they all thought I had acted out of sheer desire." The Way of Perfection by St. Teresa of Avila
St. Francis of Assisi (1181 or 1182 -1226) In 1224 Saint Francis of Assisi had a vision. He formed a friare in the town of Maria degli Angeli near Assasi. While praying outside of a cave on his 40th day of retreat he received stigmata. Nails appeared in his wounds. The Little Flowers of Saint Francis of Assisi


St. Catherine of Sienna (1347-1380) The Dialogue of the Seraphic Virgin Catherine of Sienna Dictated by her, while in a state of ecstasy, to her secretaries and completed in 1370

St Patrick (387 to 390 - 461) "But after I reached Ireland I used to pasture the flock each day and I used to pray many times a day. More and more did the love of God, and my fear of him and faith increase, and my spirit was moved so that in a day [I said] from one up to a hundred prayers, and in the night a like number; ... the Spirit was burning in me at that time." The "Confession" of Saint Patrick

St. Mary Magdalene de Pazzi (1566 - 1607) Wrote five large volumes. The extraordinary was ordinary for this saint. She read the thoughts of others and predicted future events. During her lifetime, she appeared to several persons in distant places and cured a number of sick people. other link
John the Divine, John the Revelator and John the Beloved (6 AD; died c. 104) "The youngest of the Apostles (estimated at about 25 at the time of his call), John, seems to have been a follower of John the Baptist, so particularly does he relate all the circumstances of the precursor's life, yet through modesty conceals his own name, as in other parts of the Gospel bearing his name. ..."
St. Veronica Giuliani (1660 to 1727), from Saint Patrick's: "Saint Veronica Giuliani was canonized for her piety but she is more often remembered for the marvels surrounding her life. She was born Ursula Giuliana, the daughter of a family of wealth and breeding. ... she saw Blessed Virgin Mary say to Jesus, 'let thy bride be crucified with thee.' Then at age 37, she received the stigmata in hands, feet, and side during a long period of ecstasy on April 5, 1697. Medical treatment was given, but the wounds did not heal. Her journal records experience. In her journal she tells of the rays of light that came from Jesus' wounds and became small flames of fire, four in the form of great pointed nails, the fifth a spear-head of gleaming gold. ... During her ecstasies she emitted a sweet odor of sanctity and she levitated. ...
St. Mary Magdalen (1st Century) She is, quite possibly, the most misunderstood Saint in history. She was probably Jesus' best disciple. She was also his Twin Flame and the mother of his children, yes, there is a blood line of Jesus. She most likely raised the children in southern France where she became the cornerstone of Cathar gnostic tradition. That tradition lies in the fundamental tenet that the 'truth' lies within because the Christ is within. She has been anathematized by those who oppose that understanding. They would rather place Jesus on a pedestal and remove him from us, make him the only Son of God; when in reality we are all Sons and Daugthers of God. She suffered character assassination at the hands of a jealous and women hating Peter. This prejudice was readily taken up by a patriarchal church heirarchy who continue to keep women 'in their place.' Editor, Reverse Spin
Father Magin Catala: From Spirit Daily: "A priest known as the "holy man of Santa Clara" is said to have prophesied the rise of San Francisco as well as the spiritual battle that now engulfs the state -- especially in the technological hotbed known as Silicon Valley. The priest was Father Magin Catala, one of the Franciscan missionaries who helped found 21 Christian outposts in spots that would later become major West Coast settlements -- including Los Angeles and the Bay Area. Catala, who was deeply devoted to the Blessed Mother, arrived at Monterey, California, in July 1794, and from there traveled to the Santa Clara Mission. He died on November 22, 1830 -- the same week that Mary began to appear in the famous Miraculous Medal apparitions in France, where the Blessed Mother was seen step ping on the serpent. ..." California 'Holy Man' is up for Sainthood
Saint Joseph Desa of Cupertino "is one of the most interesting and richest examples of a Christian mystic. Not only did he possess the gift of defying nature though levitation, he also overcame his intellectual nature through the gift of "infused knowledge." The fame of this "flying friar" quickly spread and soon he became a counselor and confessor to many nobles and humble folk alike. ..."
St John of the Cross(1542-1591) Mystical Doctor whose "writings on the Soul united to God in prayer reveal the most profound mystical expressions and insights ever imagined. They are literary masterpieces both in his gorgeous prose and poetry. He has no peers whin it comes to explaining and guiding others to total union with God in prayer through the mystical or contemplative life. ... " another site: John of the Cross
St. Clare (1194-1253) ... "When, in 1234, the army of Frederick II was devastating the valley of Spoleto, the soldiers, preparatory to an assault upon Assisi, scaled the walls of San Damiano by night, spreading terror among the community. Clare, calmly rising from her sick bed, and taking the ciborium from the little chapel adjoining her cell, proceeded to face the invaders at an open window against which they had already placed a ladder. It is related that, as she raised the Blessed Sacrament on high, the soldiers who were about to enter the monastery fell backward as if dazzled, and the others who were ready to follow them took flight. It is with reference to this incident that St. Clare is generally represented in art bearing a ciborium. ...


"Bridget is a Roman Catholic and goes to mass on Sundays, and so I asked Mrs. P. if I could go with her just to see what it was like. And Mrs. P. said ... I could go just this once, ... Well, I was mighty surprised at what I saw, ... Things happen much more than in our church [Protestant], where nothing much happens at all. At one bit of the service a sort of huge church got built up, (I saw clairvoyantly) and then a lovely shining Being came down and filled the whole place like an angel, and I felt all peaceful and lovely like as if I was in heaven. I wish I could always go to mass instead of to our church ..." from The Boy Who Saw True (link above in 'Favorite Books'). The reason nothing happens at etheric levels in a Protestant church is because nobody believes in the Divintity of Mother Mary, the importance of the sacraments: communion, confession etc., nor do many believe in angels. If Catholics could overcome their doctrine as well, such as Jesus being the only Son of God, but instead realize that we are all intended to walk in His path of self mastery and put on the 'mind of Christ'; then the Vatican, Catholic priests, and the churches themselves would come up higher, receiving far greater graces and communion with our Lord. Editor



Babaji ( hundreds of years ago-now) From Ch. 33 of Auto. Bio. of a Yogi: "Babaji's spiritual state is beyond human comprehension," Sri Yukteswar explained to me.[Yogananda] "The dwarfed vision of men cannot pierce to his transcendental star. One attempts in vain even to picture the avatar's attainment. It is inconceivable." ... It is good to keep this concept in mind. There are many Babajis running around these days. Editor; Kataragama shrine
Sri Ramakrishna (1836-1886) When Sri Ramakrishna had completed his spiritual practices in the various paths of Hinduism as well as in other religions, he had several realizations about himself and his future mission, one of which was this: '... as an instrument in the hands of the Mother of the universe, he would have to found a new Communion especially fitted for the liberal faith revealed in his life.' Others: Cool Flash,
Paramahansa Yogananda (1893-1952) From SRF: In the hundred years since the birth of Paramahansa Yogananda, this beloved world teacher has come to be recognized as one of the greatest emissaries to the West of India's ancient wisdom. His life and teachings continue to be a source of light and inspiration to people of all races, cultures and creeds. Autobiography of a Yogi Online


Buddhist Saints, Lamas and Yogis are found here: Tibet Page

"In the West there have appeared many self-proclaimed yogis, magicians, teachers, hypnotists, and occultists, who make use of phenomena produced by the will. Brilliantly multiplying their coins, they teach people, for a fee, how to improve their material condition; how to induce others to trust them; how to win influence in society; how to gain success in business; how to compel others to obey their orders; how to turn life into a rose garden. In teaching others to develop the will, some of these teachers may seem to be following a good path, but because they do not indicate any goal in this journey, they serve only to worsen the already ugly conditions of life." El Morya from Agni Yoga (1929) #404 (The yogis above had a goal, editor.)

More on the subject: El Morya on Yogis, Yogas, Vedas and Vedanta

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"If you bring forth what is within you, what you bring forth will save you. If you do not bring forth what is within you, what you do not bring forth will destroy you."


Jesus; from The Gospel According to Thomas (The Gnostic Gospels by Elaine Pagels).


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