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This book is NOT presented to you as fiction for a very special reason it is NOT fiction! Of course, we can readily agree that some of the words in the book about life on this world are 'artistic license', but accept my statement that EVERYTHING about the life on 'The Other Side' is definitely true. Some people are born with great musical talent some people are born with great artistic talent, they can paint and captivate the world. Other people may be highly gifted through their own hard work and assiduous devotion ... More >>>
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Author:      Tuesday Lobsang Rampa
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This book is NOT presented to you as fiction for a very special reason it is NOT fiction! Of course, we can readily agree that some of the words in the book about life on this world are 'artistic license', but accept my statement that EVERYTHING about the life on 'The Other Side' is definitely true. Some people are born with great musical talent some people are born with great artistic talent, they can paint and captivate the world. Other people may be highly gifted through their own hard work and assiduous devotion to study.

I have little in the material side of this world--no car no television, no this and no that--and for twenty-four hours a day I am confined to bed because, for one thing, I am paraplegic--no use in the legs. This has given me great opportunity for increasing talents or abilities which were granted to me at birth. I can do everything I write about in any of my books - except walk! I have the ability to do astral travel and because of my studies and, I suppose, because of a peculiar quirk in my make-up, I am able to astral travel to other planes of existence.

The characters in this book are people who have lived and died on this world, and because of special provisions I have been able to follow their 'Flights into the Unknown'. Everything in this book about the After Life is utterly true, therefore I will not label the book as fiction. - Lobsang Rampa

About Author:

Lobsang Rampa was a buddhist monk and a medical Doctor, who was born in Tibet. After many tribulations and much travelling he eventually settled in Canada near the end of his life and so experienced life in both the east and the west. Dr. Rampa was a revolutionary of his time, one of the first of the Eastern teachers to bring buddhism and metaphysics to the West in a popular fashion. He wrote many books about spiritual matters, beginning with "The Third Eye". Lobsang Rampa teaches us the timeless universal truths, pointing us along the spiritual path. Dr. Rampa's books also discuss the state of humanity's progress and he shows us how we can be a positive force for good, thus improving ourselves and helping our fellow humans and all sentient beings.

Lobsang Rampa went on to write another 18 books containing a mixture of religious and occult material. One of the books, Living With The Lama, was described as being dictated to Rampa by his pet Siamese cat, Mrs Fifi Greywhiskers. Faced with repeated accusations from the British press that he was a charlatan and a con artist, Rampa went to live in Canada in the 1960s. He and his wife, San Ra'ab, became Canadian citizens in 1973, along with Sheelagh Rouse (Buttercup) who was his secretary and regarded by Rampa as his adopted daughter. Lobsang Rampa died in Calgary on 25 January 1981.