Sky Cloud Mountain

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iUniverse, Sep 11, 2012 - Body, Mind & Spirit - 334 pages
Let history drop behind as we explore the sacred confines of a temple city built by a race that was here long before us; before our species was even a glimmer in the cosmic eye, and whose work is still evident, usable, and heuristic. Dominated by a mountain, sculpted as a pregnant women, with a lion at her feet and a rearing serpent behind, the site is still alive with eddies of spiritual energy. Between the colossal lady and lion is a saddle in the mountain beautified by mazes of stone, sparkling sand terraces, and the gardens of windswept splendor with the rock everywhere seeming to be incised with aesthetic, undecipherable hieroglyphics. The site is beautiful, bolstering, and enlivened; geometrically tuned to the cosmos, whose forces it appropriates to utilize in various ways. Join in as we uncover a few of the marvels of an authentically magical place with a psychedelic consciousness adapted to tuning into the ancient mysteries; giving a new dynamism to the on-going story if a truly sacred mountain.
 

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Contents

Cloud
95
Mountain
115
First Day
151
Second Day
156
Third Day
162
Fourth Day
170
Fifth Day
179
Sixth Day
187
Twelfth Day
232
Thirteenth Day
239
Fourteenth Day
256
Fifteenth Day
266
Sixteenth Day
273
Seventeenth Day
279
Eighteenth Day
284
Nineteenth Day
307

Seventh Day
193
Eighth Day
198
Ninth Day
206
Tenth Day
217
Eleventh Day
222
Twentieth Day
313
Epilogue
317
Works Cited
327
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David Anirman was born in Upstate New York, attended the US Naval Academy, and became an aviator who spent eleven years flying around the world. He first met Timothy Leary un 1966 at Millbrook, New York, and after leaving the navy in ’67, flew Timothy on a speaking tour to communicate with, and knit together various communes, including the Brotherhood Ranch in southern California where this story takes place. In 1968, Anirman completed his Ph. D. in Political Science at UC Berkeley, and settled in the redwood forest of northern California, where he writes prolifically of his observations on consciousness and current events. http://www.skycloudmountain.com

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