This is a book about the Occult, and about the powers of Man. It is a simple book in that there areno "
" no Sanskrit, nothing of dead languages. The average person wants to KNOWthings, does not want to guess at words which the average Author does not understand either! If an Author knows his job he can write in English without having to disguise lack of knowledge byuse of a foreign language.Too many people get caught up in mumbo jumbo. The laws of Life are simple indeed; there is noneed at all to dress them up with mystic cults or pseudo religions. Nor is there need for anyone toclaim "
" ANYONE can have the same "
" if they work for it.No one religion holds the Keys of Heaven, nor will one be forever damned because he enters achurch with his hat on instead of his shoes off. In Tibet lamasery entrances bear the inscription "
Athousand monks, a thousand religions.
" Believe what you will, if it embraces "
do as you would bedone by
" you will GET by when the final Call comes.Some say that Inner Knowledge can only be obtained by joining this cult or that cult, and paying asubstantial subscription too. The Laws of Life say, '
Seek, and you shall find.
'This book is the fruit of a long life, training culled from the greater Lamaseries of Tibet and frompowers which were gained by a very close adherence to the Laws. This is knowledge taught by theAncients of old, and is written in the Pyramids of Egypt, in the High Temples of the Andes, andthe greatest repository of Occult knowledge in the world, the Highlands of Tibet.
T. LOBSANG RAMPA