Edgar Cayce on the Reincarnations of Jesus

By Kevin Williams. Edgar Cayce was a Sunday School teacher who, over the span of his lifetime (1877-1945), had more near-death experiences than anyone ever documented. Cayce learned at a young age that when he was hypnotized, he could leave his body and journey into the afterlife realms. His self-induced out-of-body experiences were identical to …

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Nadi Gruha, Bangalore

In one of the oldest areas of Bangalore, Chamarajpet, between a book shop and a scooter repair shop, there is the “Oracle of Saint Shuka.” It is there that every person who visits has their own leaf on which their whole life is written. From these leaves people can learn about their previous incarnations, this life’s …

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The Miraculous Photos of Jesus

From Sathya Sai Baba and Jesus Christ by Peter Phipps ~ This picture of Jesus was created by Sathya Sai Baba just before Christmas 1984. After first being given to an Argentinian, Sai Baba then donated one to Venezuela during the Christmas celebrations of 1987. He also allowed six copies to be made, which He …

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A story about the Book of Brighu by Birgitte Rodriguez

Part Four of Glimpses of the Divine by Birgitte Rodriguez The Book of Brighu (The Sathya Sai Compendium ~ compiled and edited by Brian Steel) Ancient prophecies written on palm leaves. Copies and expert pundits to translate them are available in a few places in India, including Bombay and Poona, and in Kathmandu in Nepal. …

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A story about the Book of Brighu by Phyllis Krystal

Chapter 3, Sai Baba : The Ulitimate Experience by Phyllis Krystal The Book of Brighu (The Sathya Sai Compendium ~ compiled and edited by Brian Steel) Ancient prophecies written on palm leaves. Copies and expert pundits to translate them are available in a few places in India, including Bombay and Poona, and in Kathmandu in Nepal. …

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A story about the Book of Brighu by Rita Bruce

Chapter 18, Vision of Sai by Rita Bruce The Book of Brighu (The Sathya Sai Compendium ~ compiled and edited by Brian Steel) Ancient prophecies written on palm leaves. Copies and expert pundits to translate them are available in a few places in India, including Bombay and Poona, and in Kathmandu in Nepal. “Maharshi Bhrigu …

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This is Real Yoga

This is Real Yoga from Life Magazine 22nd February, 1941. In 1941, Life Magazine featured a demonstration of Yoga in Mysore by Krishnamacharya’s students. Photos by Wallace Kirkland. The Text SPEAKING OF PICTURES … This is Real Yoga “These pictures present a catalogue of 20 of the countless contorted postures by which the soul of an …

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Early Western devotees of Ramana Maharshi 1940 to 1950

Series: Westerners in India. The following is an expanded and more compressive article that is sourced from Ashrams of India Volume 2. In 1911, Frank Humphreys, a policeman stationed in India, became the first Westerner to discover Sri Ramana. He wrote articles about him which were first published in The International Psychic Gazette in 1913. Sri Ramana only became relatively …

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Early Western devotees of Ramana Maharshi 1911 to 1939

Series: Westerners in India. The following is an expanded and more compressive article that is sourced from Ashrams of India Volume 2. In 1911, Frank Humphreys, a policeman stationed in India, became the first Westerner to discover Sri Ramana. He wrote articles about him which were first published in The International Psychic Gazette in 1913. Sri Ramana only became relatively …

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The Jesus Cave, Rishikesh

Ashrams of India : Volume 2 Vashistha Guha Ashram Ashram of Swami Purushottamananda near the Jesus Cave. Rishikesh Area: 23 km past Rishikesh toward Kaudiyala. Guru: Swami Purushottamananda (? – 13 February 1961). Swami Purushottamananda, was a disciple of Swami Brahmananda, who was the spiritual son of Ramakrishna. Before he was initiated into sannyas Purushottamananda …

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Ravi Shankar

From Ravi Shankar An Autobiography Raga Mala (1997) Edited and Introduced by George Harrison. From my childhood I had much interest and curiosity in spiritual matters, hearing about saints and yogis with special powers performing miracles – some who could materialise objects, who could themselves disappear and reappear elsewhere, or appear in two places at …

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The Arques Gospel of Mary Magdalene

The Expected One (Magdalene Line Trilogy, #1) by Kathleen McGowan. Review by Marcy Theobald : What food for thought! This is the fictional story of a writer/professor who goes on a journey that leads her to discover the lost Gospel of Mary Magdalene, which the author of this novel suggests is real and was discovered …

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A Brief History of the Hippie Trail

Series: Westerners in India. By Richard Gregory; Journey to the East The European concept of an epic overland journey to the east may have started with the conquests of Alexander the Great in Afghanistan and India around 325 BCE. But most in the west associate the idea with Marco Polo and his family in the late 13th century, …

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Early Western devotees of Sathya Sai Baba from the 1970s to the 1980s

Series: Westerners in India. Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s (1926 – 2011) early Western devotees and visitors to the ashram from the 1930s onwards… From The Hagiographer and the Avatar (2021) by Antonio Rigopoulos “Foreign interest in the guru of Puttaparthi grew rapidly, especially during the period 1965-1975. Through their testimony and books, a few select Westerners, primarily from …

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Early Western devotees of Sathya Sai Baba from the 1930s to the 1960s

Series: Westerners in India. Sri Sathya Sai Baba’s (1926 – 2011) early Western devotees and visitors to the ashram from the 1930s onwards… From The Hagiographer and the Avatar (2021) by Antonio Rigopoulos “Foreign interest in the guru of Puttaparthi grew rapidly, especially during the period 1965-1975. Through their testimony and books, a few select Westerners, primarily from …

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