Western Book of the Dead: First Edition of this Book

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Greg Henry Waters Group - Biography & Autobiography
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There are no beings, there are only divine thoughts that appear as beings. Shapes constantly transform, manifest, and dissolve, while essential being is forever. Essential Being is the One Being, the that permeates the Cosmos. No being was ever created by anyone, for being is forever in the past, present and future. Being is One. The Ocean of being permeates all beings. Brahma, the Creator is not needed in an eternal cosmos. Vishnu, the Preserver is not needed in an ever transforming cosmos Shiva, the Destroyer is not possible in an eternal cosmos, for all things transform into other things. Although shapes appear and dissolve forever, being never dies nor is being destroyed.
 

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This is a very serious book. about learning about life and death! A must read for serious yoga and raja yoga seekers. Greg Henry Waters It goes into religious history which is very interesting to the people of western and both eastern culture.

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BIOGRAPHY
The Yogi Narayana was born in a remote village in Eastern Prussia,
Germany. He came into this life, as a congenital psychic, a child with
expanded consciousness. At the age of seven years, he was fortunate to
meet a visiting Himalayan sage in Berlin, who accepted him as a
disciple. This ancient Yogi was not affiliated with any known
religion. He was not a successor to any known lineage of Yogis, but
had received his Yoga and initiation directly from the Deity. Narayana
was given by his Guru, initiation and transmissions of sacred
knowledge outside the scriptures, and outside the traditions of all
the known lineage's Of Succession of Yogis. The sage may have been a
Sanatkumara. (1) He apparently belonged to a very small and completely
unknown community of recluses in a remote Himalayan valley, who
practice the Yoga beyond the mind and sacred traditions outside all
known scriptures. This community of Yogis has no particular name.
The author remembers that his venerable Guru never cast a shadow onto
the ground, even while standing in bright sunlight. When the author
asked the sage to reveal his true form, his shape manifested as a
cloud of fire. He might have been one of the Immortals, an ancient
Yogi who had distilled the immortal body of mental energy from within
his human nature. When the author asked his Guru for his name, the
Ancient remained silent.
During his teens, Narayana received a number of psychic surgeries on
his Chakras from the famed Doctor Stoermer, a reclusive European
Savant-Occultist. Narayana attended the Master-College of Industrial
Art, and the Academy of Art in West-Berlin, and became a noted
painter. At the age of twenty-six, he married Bianca Rogge, a renowned
European dancer and Academician, now deceased. At the age of
thirty-two, he became an accomplished Yogi. He is today one of the
more renowned psychics of our time, a Western man of bona fide
paranormal Power. His at times spectacular paranormal feats are well
documented, are on public record, and were rated by science. As an
international
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KSP consultant, he counts amongst his clients major Wall-street
syndicates, the administrators and owners of some of the great
fortunes, various statesmen and members of grey establishments. Since
the 1970's, he conducted a private Academy, where he expounds the
perennial philosophy in the manner of the Socratic Dialogue. This
school is not accessible to the public. It is regarded as one of the
very few bona fided schools of initiation in North America.

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