Post by M~Apollo on Jun 24, 2017 17:25:49 GMT
Living with the Lama - (1964) A book telepathically dictated by one of Dr Rampa's many cats, Fifi Greywhiskers. Animals are not dumb the creatures as many humans think, we are ones who are dumb in comparison to all other animals. All animals can communicate via telepathy, but humans had this ability blocked and that story in known within the bible as erroneous title "The Tower of Babel." For the record, there were two so-called “Towers of Babel,” neither being a Tower and nothing what-so-ever to do with Babel. Fifi tell of her life before meeting Dr Rampa and their journeys they took together as a family. The_Rampa_Story.docx
The Rampa Story - (1960) Dr Rampa's journey continues as he travels from Korea into Russia where Lobsang endures capture and further torture until he escaped once again. He escapes and gains work by driving luxury cars throughout Europe. In France, he gets to sail to the USA as a ship's engineer. In this book Lobsang inhabits (by means of transmigration) the body of an English man (Cyril Henry Hoskins) who is very eager to leave this world, enabling Lobsang to continue his special task.