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Doctor From Lhasa - Lobsang Rampa - Eng.

Doctor From Lhasa - Lobsang Rampa - Eng.

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Doctor From Lhasa
Author’s Forward 1 1 Into the Unknown 7 2 Chungking 23 3 Medical Days 42 4 Flying 58 5 The Other Side of Death 82 6 Clairvoyance 102 7 Mercy Flight 116 8 When The World Was Very Young 135 9 Prisoner Of The Japanese 154 10 How To Breathe 170 11 The Bomb 189 
Author's Foreword
 WHEN I was in England I wrote
The Third Eye
, a book which is true, but which has caused much comment. Letterscame in from all over the world, and in answer to requestsI wrote this book, Doctor from Lhasa.My experiences, as will be told in a third book, havebeen far beyond that which most people have to endure,experiences which are paralleled only in a few cases inhistory. That, though, is not the object of 
book whichdeals with a continuation of my autobiography.I am a Tibetan lama who came to the western world inpursuance of his destiny, came as was foretold, and en-dured all the hardships as foretold. Unfortunately, westernpeople looked upon me as a curio, as a specimen whoshould be put in a cage and shown off as a freak from theunknown. It made me wonder what would happen to myold friends, the Yetis, if the westerners got hold of them—as they are trying to do.Undoubtedly the Yeti would be shot, stuffed, and put insome museum. Even then people would argue and say thatthere were no such things as Yetis! To me it is strangebeyond belief that western people can believe in television,and in space rockets that may circle the Moon and returnand yet not credit Yetis or “Unknown Flying Objects,” or,in fact, anything which they cannot hold in their hands andpull to pieces to see what makes it work.But now I have the formidable task of putting into justa few pages that which before took a whole book, the detailsof my early childhood. I came of a very high-rankingfamily, one of the leading families in Lhasa, the capital of Tibet. My parents had much to say in the control of thecountry, and because I was of high rank I was given severe1

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