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TABLE OF CONTENTS THE SILVER GHOST MINES OF THE WEST By John R. Elsora........................... 1 - 4 THE MAGNET AS A HEALER By Dr. A.K. Bhattacharya.................5 - 1 1 "CALL ME DURIN" Through Channel Joan Dixon............ . 1 2 - 1 5 WORD OF GOD EXPLAINS NEGATIVE FIRE By the Hon. S. Shuttleworth............ 16 - 17 AN INITIATE AT WORK By Maurice Barbanell and Riley Crabb. . .18-24
CLIPS, QUOTES & COMMENTS A Slippery Business For Average Person, Six Killed John Kennedy, Oswald and Ruby Bed Mates?!, Jerusalem The International City of Peace, The Bravest Man In Washing ton, Nader's Raiders Take On Banks, Passing Is Easy, We Are Under Surveillance, The World-Wide UFO Grid, Project Magnet, Bridge Girder Explodes, The Adelaide 1970 Conven tion, UFO Mat and Demat, Meade Layne On The Ethers, One Answer To Cancer, A Prayer For Babies, The Five Rites Do Help,"Outermost”, The Sun-Moon Magnet W h i z z i e ............ 2 5 - 3 6
THE JOURNAL OF BCHDSPLAND RESEARCH BSPA No. 1 : Published by Border lard Sciences Research Foundation, Inc., PQ Box 548, Vieta, California 92083, U.S.A. Edited by the Director, Riley Hansard Crabb, Doctor of Metaphysics in the Society of St. Luke the Physician.
The Journal is published six issues a year, with the assistance of the Associates, at the Director's home, 1103 Bobolink Drive, Vista. It is mimeographed, 36 pages an i33ue. The Foundation was incor porated under California law, May 21, 1951# #254263, and has been in continuous existence since then. Address all correspondence to the PO box. The Journal is Included in the association membership 2 L $6 a year. Single copies of the Journal are $1.00. If you dont care to join you may receive the Journal by donating $6 or more a year to the Foundation. The Director’s wife, Mrs. Judith Crabb, is office manager. This Is a non-profit organization of people who take an active interest in unusual happenings along the borderland between the visible and invisible worlds. In the words of the late Meade Layne, founder and director of BSRA from 1946 to 1959: "BSRA publications are scientific in approach but employ few technical expressions. They deal with significant phenomena which orthodox science cannot or will not investigate. For example: the Fortean falls of objects from the sky, Teleportatlon, Radiesthesia, PK Effects, Underground Races, Mysterious Dis appearances, Occult and Psychic Phenomena, Photography of the In visible, Nature of the Ethers and the problem of the Aeroforms (Fly ing Saucers). In the year 1946 BSRA obtained an interpretation of the phenomena which has since come to be known as the Etheric or 4-D Interpretation, and which has not been radically altered since that time. This continues to be the only explanation which makes good science, sound metaphysics and common sense." The chief present concern of the Foundation Is to make this kind of unusual Information available as a public service at reasonable cost Headquarters acts as a receiving, coordinating and distributing center. An Important part of the Director's work Is to give recog nition, understanding and encouragement to people who are having unusual experiences of the borderland type and/or are conducting research in one or more of the above fields. For consultation on borderland problems, or for Spiritual Healing through prayer, write or phone (714-724-2043) for help or for an appointment. Donations toward Foundation research programs and expenses are welcome. The 20-page list of BSRA publications was revised March 1968, It is available from Heada„uarters for 50^ in coin or stamps. Listings and prices of Mr. Crabb*s tape-recorded lectures on borderland sub jects are included. Write to BSRA, P0 Box 548, Vista, CpI. 92083. PURPOSES OF BSRA:
THE SILVER GHOST MINES OF THE VEST, AND HOW THEY GOT THAT WA Y ! From ‘ 'Lightning Over The Treasury Building" By John R . Elsom
(Soon after your BSRA Director and M rs. Crabb arrived on the mainland from Hawaii in 1957 > he went to work in the Industrial Relations Office of the Marine Corps Supply Center in Bars tow, Cal ifornia A few miles to the northeast in the colorful Calico moun tains was the ghost town of Calico, site of Beveral prosperous sil ver mines in the late Nineteenth Century. Like any other eager tourists, we visited the place several times while living and work ing in Barstow, on the high desert, but we could never get a satis factory answer from anyone as to why the mines closed down; for ap parently plenty of silver is still there in the ground for the tak ing. Several years later, in reading Chapter VII of John Elsom's book, we found the answer and here it is. Hope you enjoy it') Silver Demonetized. During the period in which the bankers, by the powers given them by the National Banking Act of l86j5, were collap sing the currency of the Nation from $50.46 percapita down to $14. 60 , they were scheming another method whereby the people could be further impoverished and the bankers' control strengthened. In l8l6, in England, the Rothschilds had succeeded in having silver demonetized as a base upon which currency could be issued. Gold was made the only base for the issuance of paper money. They and their stooges in America decided, in 1872 , to have silver de monetized in the United States. This was desirable to the Roths childs because England had very little silver, but much gold, while America had much silver and very little gold. The bankers on both sides of the Atlantic knew that so long as currency was based on silver In America they could not obtain absolute control of the money systen in this Nation. (And silver money does not pay Inter est to the bankers! R H C .) They laid their plans in a most subtle manner. They sent paid emissaries to America with vast amounts of money with which to bribe the right persons in Congress. In 1873 a harmless looking Bill, entitled "A Bill to Reform Coinage and Mint Laws" was introduced. It was a voluminous document. Much verbiage concealed the meaning of its contents. The title Itself, as intended, was most misleading. The Bill was sponsored by Senator John Sherman, who -- you will remember -- figured in a banker's letter in the preceding chapter, Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 1
and by Congressman Samuel Hoopej*. Record, Senator Sherman said:
According to the Congressional
"I rise for the purpose of moving the Senate to proceed to the consideration of the Mint Bill. I will state that this Bill will probably not consume any more time than It takes to read it. It passed the Senate two years ago, after a full debate. It was taken up in the present House and passed there. It is a matter of vital interest to the government, and I am informed it should pass promptly.” After a short debate, in which Sherman assured the Representa tives that the Bill only affected the manner in which silver should be coined in the government mint, it was passed without a dissenting vote. It was not until three years later that the full import of the bill was realized. It proved to be a camouflaged bill to de monetize silver so that the currency In the Nation could be further contracted -- and the bankers gain more complete control of our money system. It was, perhaps, the greatest fraud ever perpetrated on Americans, the far reaching results of which we will consider shortly. General Brant, who, as President, signed the Bill, stated, after the fraud had been discovered, that he had signed the document without reading it on the representation that it was merely a bill to reform coinage and mint lavs, and had no intimation that it de monetized silver. According to the Congressional Record, none but the members of the Committee which introduced tbe Bill understood its meaning. To what power, or influence, was the Committee subjected that those composing it should become traitors to the high office they held and to the people whom they represented? Ernest Seyd — a supposed authority on the coining of money, and a representative of the Bank of England -- was sent by that Bank (to America) in the winter of 1872-73, with 100,000 pounds sterling in his pocket* He had the authority to draw on the Bank for as much more as was required to accomplish the Bank's objective. He was invited to sit with the Committee and to offer his assistance in the drafting of the Bill "To Reform Coinage and Mint Laws". According to his own statement, made to his friend, Mr. Fred erick A. Luckenbach, of Denver, Colorado -- who under oath has given us the story - - h e said: "I saw the Committee of the House and Sen ate and paid the money and stayed in America until I knew the meas ure was safe Congressman Samuel Hooper, when introducing the Bill in the House on April 9, 1872, stated: "Mr. Ernest Seyd, of London, a dis tinguished writer, who has given great attention to the subject of mints and coinage, after examining the first draft gf the Bill, fur nished many valuable suggestions which have been incorporated in the Bill.’ * (Congressional Globe, April 9, 18 7 2 .) Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 2
Thus we see that this representative of Rothschild's Bank -the Bank of England . * * Mr. Ernest Seyd, did not' only supply the cash motive for this Nation's representatives to sell the Nation down the river, but he also furnished a liberal portion of crafti* ness while the Bill was being drafted. To even the casual obser ver it is quite obvious that the banking institutions of America are but subsidiary branches of the notorious B?nk of England and that the combined unscrupulous, unpatriotic and undemocratic bank ing fraternity, operating as they do -- outside and above the law -- are masters of industry, trade and commerce, and lords of the universe. SATAN'S FALLEN ANGELS AT WORK When the people's representatives got around to reading the enacted Bill to Reform Coinage and Mint Laws, they found that the "Grime of 1873" had been committed.. Silver had been demonetized in America -- and with what tragic results! It Was not until 1878 that the bankers had the nerve to show their hand by beginning to exercise their privileges under the Act -- the destruction of mon ey -- but when they began, they prosecuted their maniacal job with Satanic zeal. In 1878 the per capita currency in circulation was withdrawn and destroyed from $14.60 down to $11.23. This resulted in 10,478 business failures and multitudinous property foreclosures. In 1879 the issuance of coin by Congress brought the circulating medium up to $ 1 2 .6 5 , which reduced failures from the preceding year to 6 ,658 . But in 1882 the hideous program of bringing the Nation to its knees so it could be delivered into the hands of the moneycreating, interest-taking, mortgage-foreclosing Shylocks was re newed and prosecuted with fiendish determination and skill. During the next five years (1882 -18 8 7 ), the per capita money in circulation was reduced from a meagre $12.65 to $6 .6 7 . During the 14 years in which money was being destroyed under the Bill "To Reform Coinage and Mint Laws", (1878 -18 92 ), there were no fewer than 148,703 business failures in the Nation -- an average of 9, 986 annually, with the resultant profits to the Bankers, through the acquiring of those properties, together with a proportionately greater number of farms and homes. (Now we can see how and why English "investments" in America had reached the staggering total of over $2^ billion by World War II, picked up cheap by foreclo sures and banker-created depressions since 18 72 . And all of these ill-gotten gains were blown away in the mortal struggle to save England from capture by the Germans. RHC.) Although business was ham-strung by the shortage of money, high interest rates and high taxes, and although unemployment was general, with the wages of the few who worked extremely low and hours long, the avaricious money masters were not yet satisfied. Their object then was the same as now -- the absolute control of the Nation. On March 11, 1893, the American Bankers• Association Issued its famous (or Infamous) panic circular of 1893. It was adSept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 3
dressed to all bankers and read as follows: "Dear Sir: The Interest of the National Banks requires immediate financial legislation by Congress. Silver certificates and Treasury notes must be retired, and National Bank notes upon a gold basis made the only money. This will require the authorization of new bonds in the amount of $500 ,000,000 to $1,000,000,000, as the basis of circulation. You will at once retire one-third of your circula tion and call one-half your loans. Be. careful to create a money stringency among your patrons -- especially among influential busi ness men. The life of tKe National Banks, as fixed and safe invest ments, depends upon immediate action as there is an increasing sen- ^ timent in favor of government legal tender notes and silver coinage. The command was obeyed immediately and implicitly. Loans were called. The ordered money stringency was created and the "Panic of 1893" was on The great Commoner and Statesman, William Jennings Bryan, fought desperately for the free coinage of silver at a ratio of sixteen ounces of silver to one of gold -- but the people, under the influence of their bankers (who they foolishly did not suspect of treason), refused to be enlightened on the money racket. His was a voice "crying in the wilderness", and he was crucified on a cross of gold. Prom Judge P.E. Gardner's book, "Our Money System" -- which contains a wealth of valuable information -* I quote the following: "The money trust knows no God but Mammon. It declares alle giance to no country. It cares not who are elected to office so long as it creates the money and regulates the value thereof." (From the Fifth Edition, Copyright 19^1, of John R. Elsom's "Lightning Over The Treasury Building", Meador Publishing Company, Boston, Massachusetts.) # * * In a previous edition of the Journal we noted that the Prime Minister of India, Mrs. Indira Gandhi, had begun to nationalize the privately owned and operated "national" banks of India. Now a South American nation, Peru, is going even further. In the LA "Times" for June 28, 1970 we read: "Even in the present (earthquake) emergency, however, the military leaders have not lost sight of their goals Less than two weeks after the quake, Gen. Francisco Morales Bermudez, the minister of finance and economy, took over the nation's second largest bank as the second phase of a sweeping re form program. The first step had come late in May with strict new controls on foreign exchange dealings. The government is now deep ly involved In banking and credit. . . " These dedicated and patriotic political leaders know that there can be no permanent solution to the economic and social problems of their nations until control of money and credit is in the hands of those who represent the people. The draining off of wealth into alien and foreign hands must be stopped. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 4
THE MAGNET AS A HEALER By Dr. A.K. Bhattacharya The Greeks had a word for It I It was Magnesetos (or Lithos meaning stone), the stone of Magnesia in Lydia. Legend has it that a sheperd called Magnets (or Magnus) discovered that a piece of rock known as loadstone, had a strong attraction for his iron crook. That was 2500 years ago!
As early as 800 B.C., the loadstone was known to the Greeks; hence we find a mention of it in works by Homer, Aristotle, Plato and others. How well advanced was the knowledge of the ancient Greeks in these matters is evident from De Rerum Natura (On The N a ture Of Things), considered as one of the greatest philosophical poems of antiquity, written hy Titus Lucretius Carus (96-55 B *C* a contemporary of the great Essene Teacher of Righteousness and heal er, Jehoshua). The poem explained all phenomena rationally and scientifically, as being subject to natural law and order. It was in this poem that Lucretius explained that the loadstone could su p port a chain of little rings, each adhering to the one above it, thus indicating that in those ancient days, the phenomenon of mannetisation by induction was known.
This knowledge of the ancients about the properties of the mag net remained dormant for centuries. The therapeutic uses of the magnet had gone out of vogue as modern medicine and surgery advanced However, the ancient "know-how" about the therapeutic uses of the is being resurrected and revised with expectations of increasing the use of the magnet as a healer. The magnet offers relief from so many aches and pains and vari ous diseases, at the minimum of cost, without any harmful side ef fects. The purpose of this brochure is to interest the physician in the therapeutic values of the magnet; so that he may add the mag net to his existing armamentarium as an useful adjunct. We all know that the Earth is a &uge magnet and it is radiating the magnetic energy to all things: human and animal -- and, of the plant life. Even the ebb and tide at sea are governed by this prin ciple. Man is composed of billions of cells, each of which is an electrical unit in itself. These cells vibrate or oscillate at specific frequencies, picking up their rates from the atmosphere. Every human body discharges static electricity. It varies from one human body to another. Dry hair on the head which has just been pomaded can yield sparks when combed; or, the comb may be so charged as to pick up tiny fluffs of paper, like a magnet! A human body can act as an aerial to receive more powerful wireless signals by putting one's hgnd on the aerial socket. With these preliminaries, the powers possessed by a magnet for healing may be looked into. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 5
DESTROYING THE HEAD OP THE VIRUS Philippus Aureolus Paracelsus (1493-1541) the Swiss alchemist and physician has said thus about the magnet: . there are qual ities in a magnet. . . and, one of these qualities is that the magnet also attracts all martial humours that are in the human system.” He goes on to explain: "Martial diseases are such as are caused by auras coming and expanding from a centre outwards, and at the same time holding on to their centres; in other words, such as originate from a certain place, and extend their influence without leaving the place from which they originate. In such cases, the magnet should be laid upon the centre; and then it will attract the diseased aura towards the centre, and circumscribe and localise the disease, until the latter may be reabsorbed into its centre, and thereby, we may destroy the head of the virus and cure the patient, and we need not wait idly to see what Nature will do. "The magnet, therefore, is specially useful in all inflammations in fluxes and ulcerations, in diseases of the bowels and uterus, in internal as well as external diseases.” The above observations made by Paracelsus centuries ago are true even today. It is the bounden duty of physicians to inveslgate the claims made by Paracelsus and others. A surprising variety of curative powers and other properties are attributed to the loadstone. It is said that the loadstone with honey is a purgative medicine and helps elimination of faecal mat ter. It is also believed that a magnet can draw out pain from the body when properly applied. The magnet is also recommended as an amulet for headaches. It was also believed that wounds inflicted with weapons that had been magnetised caused no pain. The magnet was also considered as a cure for gout, dropsy and hernia. Magnets were used for healing purposes in ancient Egypt, China and other countries. At that time, users of magnets did not know wfcy in some cases there were aggravations — or side effects -- from the use of magnets; and hence gradually the use of magnets came into disfavour. Today we are more advanced than our forefathers and can answer many puzzling questions which remained obscure to them. It is found from experience that the two poikes of a magnet act in op posite ways. The north pole controls bacterial action; the south pole trans mits energy. Many experiments have been made to determine the pro perties of the two poles individually and collectively. In the pa ges that follow some of the healing characteristics of magnets which were discovered and extablished as a result of experiments, are laid bare. First, the effects recorded in animal controls, from the use of both poles, are to be seen. In experimental research, using white mice, it was noted that when sores -- white growths in the eyes of the mice were exposed to the radiations of the south pole, Sept?*0ct 1970 RR, Page 6
the sores grew worse and the eyes were more infected. The reason was that the south pole being the energy-giving pole, the bacteria became energised and hence the sores spread and the infection in creased. CONTROL BY THE NORTH POLE But, when the north pole was applied, it was found that the sores healed up rapidly and the eye condition also improved. This was also noticed when the white mice were implanted with cancer cells. The south pcle spread the cancer cells; whereas, the north killed the cells and healed the area. This also applied to skin rashes, skin disorders and other kinds of infection. The north pole controls bacterial action, kills or renders ineffective the cancer cells, tumours, sores and skin rashes — and these seem to die off within a week or two. Dr. Harold S. Alexander, of the North American Aviation Corp oration Missile Division, has made the following observation. "Mice lose malignancy and increase their life span in treatment with mag nets. Mice live up to longer than other mice, after they have been treated and subjected to certain types of magnetic fields; and, cancerous mice lose their malignant growth after similar treat ment. " To prove this point, Dr. Alexander provides photographs of two mice from the same litter, which had reached an age equivalent of 90 years in humans. The one which had lived for a while in a mag netic field appeared only about one-third as old as the other. Several leading cancer researchers are already pursuing the experiments poineered by Dr. Jene Barnothy, Hungarian physicist, now working in Chicago. Thomas R. Henry reports: "Magnetic fields, it has been found, inhibit rapidly dividing cells." This has raised the prospect of an entirely new method of treating cancers. Mice kept for weeks between the poles of an electromagnet shoed a greatly increased rejection of any transplants of malignant cells and almost complete inhibition of spontaneous breast tumours. This advance has been reported by Medical World News, chiefly on the basis of work reported by the Biomagnetic Research Foundation of Chicago. Adenocarcinomas from a British strain were implanted into a strain of Swiss mice. The transplant was rejected by five out of six magnetised mice where sixteen controls died. Forty mammary glad cancers were transplanted into forty host animals of the same strain. Twenty non-magnetic controls were dead within a month; mag netised animals remained alive much longer. The eext group of experiments involved mice with spontaneous tumours. Control animals all died within 50 days after the carcin oma first appeared. The magnetised animals were all alive 80 days afterwards. When the magnetic field was stopped however, the cancer started to grow again, and all the subjects died within a month. Some more research results an animals are also very interesting and Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 7
they give an indication of future research on human beings CURING A BRAIN TUMOR. A dog was brought which could not walk. The hind legs were dragging when the dog attempted to walk. It was felt that a brain tumour or growth was pressing on the dog's brain which resulted in this condition. A small bar magnet was taken and the north pole was taped on the dog's head for five minutes in the morning and for five minutes in the evening. In a week's time, the dog was walking and running about without any sign of his former affliction. The above case was reported by Dr. Albert Roy Davis of Green Cove Springs Florida, U.S.A. The experimental results obtained were remarkable. So, these experiments gave a clue to,the physicians to experiment on human beings. Now for the purposes of such treatment, a bar magnet is used. The science of treating with the two poles of a magnet is known as Blomagnetics. Whenever energy is to be supplied to a person, the south pole of the magnet is to be used; and, where the action has to be restricted, the north pole is to be used. This is the basic law of Biomagnetics When the South Pole of the Horse Shoe Magnet is to be applied on the surface of any part of the body and if it is to be kept for some time then the North Pole of the Magnet should be taped (covered) before application. If Bar Magnet is to be applied then the South Pole or the North Pole as may be required should be held on the af fected part by another person (Or suspended by string from an over hanging shelf or lamp. R H C )7 This is because the circuit should not be completed by the applicant.
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An elderly lady had arthri tic pain in the small fin ger of her right hand and she could not bend her finger, The South Pole of the magnet was applied for ten minutes and to the surprise of the lady, the pain vas completely gone and she could fold the finger vithout any pain. Another lady had a severe toothache which kept her avake at night and no analgesic helped to relieve the pain. The south pole was applied from the outside for fifteen minutes and the pain was relieved immediately. Dr. K.E. Maclean, M.D., of New York City, has been using strong magnetic fields in the treatment of advanced cancer cases, as reported by Joseph P. Goodavage in "Pate” magazine (July 1964). Results are said to be remarkable. Dr. Maclean at 64 is said to SeptGOct 1970 RR, Page 8
look as If he were 45*. This Is attributed to his having exposed him self to 3,600 Gauss magnetic field daily. This exposure to magnetic fields seems to relieve pain from any cause and helps the human or ganism to return to normalcy. It is effective in treating most types of arthritis, bursitis, etc. ENLARGED PROSTATE Howard D. Stangle of New York observes that magnetism is a sub ject that should evoke and excite universal interest. A Frenchman of the last century, Dr. Francis Victor Broussais, made the state ment: "If magnetism were true, medicine would be an absurdity." Mr. Stangle has given some concrete cases treated successfully by magnets. The first case he gave is that of a person in the late 'sixties suffering from an enlarged prostate gland. He used to have periodical attacks of intense pain with little rest and sleep. Some times this lasted for several weeks without intermission. The doc tors advised an operation but the patient declined. He was then advised to wear south pole of a magnet next to his skin on the af fected part, which he readily accepted. Mr. Stangle reports that the person wore the same magnet for several years from the day he put it on; and, has never for one day relapsed into the old condi tion. He also did not lose a single working day by remaining ab sent . The second case is that of a person in his late 'fifties who had through the years suffered periodical attacks of a violent na ture, seemingly pointing to a serious heart condition. No sort of treatment gave relief and the trouble spot was not located even after several tests. Mr. Stangle says: "We evolved the theory as a working basis that a common cause underlay his frequent attacks over a long time which were thought variously to be independent diseases. This work ing basis was formed on the idea of incipient cancer or what might some day take on that form in the muscles of the lumbar region. The patient was persuaded to wear south pole of a magnet next to the bare skin of his hip at a sore spot. A few days later, he reported that already relief had set in for the first time, in fact set in only about two hours after the magnet was taped to the spot on the hip. The magnet was worn by the patient for several months. During this period, the heart condition gradually disappeared, the pain lessened, digestion righted itself and the patient became per fectly normal. TREATMENT WITH MAGNET Treatment with a magnet is very simple but very effective. For example, in case of a stiff elbow what one should do is to tape the south pole end of the barmagnet for a few minutes on the affected elbow once in the morning and once in the evening. It will be no ticed that pain will subside within a few days. In many cases reSept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 9
lief vill be felt after the very first application. applies to arthritis, rhenaatisnl, bursitis, etc. FOR MENTAL ILLNESS
The same rule
Another use of the bar magnet is its application in nerve cases arising out of diseases of the brain. The south pole of a bar magnet should be kept in position between the eyebrows for about ten minuteB before retiring at night, and this should be continued for a few nights. It has been found that there is a soothing effect upon the whole nervous system and mental fatigue is removed in no time. Rest ful sleep results. This treatment is therefore recommended for chronic insomnia cases. Concentration and Increased powers of memory and retention result from a use of the magnet. THE SPINE The latest researches show that there are seven places along the spine where there are vortexes. When a man par, these vortexes seem to slow down their ses. To speed up their "whirling", they are eated with an application of the south pole ' the magnet, which emits the healing power, e spots thus treated are the 1st, 5th and 7th rvicles; 2nd, 4th and 6th dorsals; and the 5th lumbar spine. The magnet Is held alternately on the left side of the vertebra and then on the right side for four minutes, each time. No pressure is either needed or desirable. The appli cation should start at the top work down, one by one. Even though they not tally with our positions on the Chakras, 11 the magnet application in these spots ms to energise the nervous system as a whole . the experiment is worth giving a trial.
above uses mostly apply to the bar magnet, but the horseshoe magnet has also its own uses. For example, when a powerful horseshoe magnet is held in the left hand, it stimulates the heart, while in the right hand the heart action is slowed down. The case of a patient suffering from palpitations of the heart Is very interesting. When the patient visited the clinic, he had no palpitations and the pulse was more or less beating regularly. He was asked to hold the magnet in the left hand. In about five min utes, the patient started getting violent palpitations and the pulse became irregular. The magnet was changed from the left hand to the right hand and in another five minutes time he became perfectly nor mal and after some time the pulse became regular. The magnet has also the power to correct the blood pressure in humans. With high pressure the action should be slowed down, with the the magnet in the right hand. With low blood pressure the magnet should be held in the left hand, to increase the activity of the heart. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 10
HORSESHOE MAGNET AND PSYCHOMETRY Dr, Bhattacharya's reference to the use of a bar magnet In help ing to alleviate mental illness reminds us of a brief item in John Melville's excellent little Kabalistic work on "Crystal Gazing and Clairvoyance", published by Nichols & Co., London, 1910. On page 80 he writes: "MAGNETIC CLAIRVOYANCE may be induced by holding the head close to the open horns of a large and powerful horse-shoe magnet. It may be suspended from the ceiling, and held to the head while lying down, so that when let go it will spring away, or come in contact with its armature, so as to close the cir cuit. A quartz crystal is almost as good as a horse-shoe magnet for the foregoing purpose. "All Clairvoyants should, to be useful, successful and enduring cultivate the habit of deep breathing; for all brain-power depends largely upon lung-power. Continued ability cannot exist if deep breathing is neglected. All Clairvoyants should feed on the best things obtainable. Clairvoyants should exercise great caution in matters relative to the procreative function. Abstinence in this direction is good, and total abstinence is still better. An error in that direction is fatal to clear vision, and may cause a leng thened suspension of power. "Rapid breathing* forcibly, for 90 seconds, while lying down, in connection with the horse-shoe magnet operation, will prove suc cessful in enabling you to see without eyes, if you are a good subject." Remember in all your experimenting that illness is an unbal anced or unpolarized condition. The application of one pole of a bar magnet, north or south, would apparently tend to balance or repolarize that affected area back to normal. A horseshoe magnet, on the other hand, would bring both positive and negative magnetic currents to a given area of application. Melville used this bal anced, external force to stimulate the opening of the Third Eye in the forehead. You can write to Dr. A.K. Bhattacharya, Shastri Villa, Naihati, 24 PGS, West Bengal, India about research in bio-magnetics. Another dedicated borderlander in this area is Dr. Ralph U. Sierra, 562 Trigo St., Santurce, Puerto Rico 00907. He has translated Dr. Bhat tacharya's little brochure into Spanish and added some of the encour aging results of his own experiments. A small bar magnet, 3/4 in. wide and 6 In. long, permanent Alnico and with North and South poles plainly marked, can be bought post paid for $2.25 from Edmund Scientific Co., Barrington, New Jer sey O0OO7 (1970 Catalog #705). More powerful bar magnets, and much more expensive, can be bought from Indiana General, Magnet Division, Valparaiso, Indiana 46383. Write for catalog and prices. They have branches in the larger cities. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 11
"CALL ME PURIN” Channeled through Joan Dixon Gearheart, Oregon, Dec. 6, 1968 I like you. I do not know why but I like you. We are the people of the rock. We do not easily change. I have lived for end less ages by your standards. I knew the fire people. I met them when I went to play in the lights. That which you call the Aurora. They would come with fleeting thoughts and we exchanged a few words and they were gone. But through the ages we learned a little about each other. Many thoughts, or pieces of thought, put together. Is that not what a friendship is based on? I know my own people. We move slowly and resist change. We "talk" to each other or not. It makes no difference. We know each other is there. Then came your thought. A note of disharmony. Others heard it too, but I was curious. You asked me about myself and I find I enjoy the telling. It is a pleasant. Now suddenly I decide I like you. It is sudden to me although to you I see more than a month has passed since our first meeting. What is a month? Your mind is filled with words that to me are vague in meaning. When last I saw you, a few thoughts ago, I said I was going to play in the lights. They are magnetic and there we met the FirePeople. I met oee that I had known and liked and told him of you and how you seemed to be curious concerning his kind. He showed interest and said he could hardly believe that one of the Air crea tures had grown intelligent enough to enquire concerning his people. He thought he might see for himself. I have not seen him since. Have you seen him? Your thoughts stray so far away sometimes I can hardly see them. Where have you wandered too? Oh, there you are. You are wondering what am I for? But no, now you have couched the thought in pleas ant-sounding phrases. You ask why do I come or what is my purpose and of what use can we be to each other. Why do you animal-people seem to do this so often? Changing your thoughts to suit the indi vidual need instead of saying what you mean? Why dont just ask me what am I for? Oh, it has something to do with feelings. What are feelings? What complicated beings you must be. Hmm. Love, hate, fear, desire, courage, anger, joy. I am of the rock. I am hard and enduring. You are soft. You
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have feelings. Oh, but I said I liked you. Like is a feeling? Per haps. I find it pleasant to talk to you. But I feel pleasant or unpleasant. We are not so changeable as you. When first I felt your thought reach down to me I called it disharmony. It seemed un pleasant. Now I know you sing a new song. One I had not heard and needed to get used to. THE UNMINDFUL ANIMAL-PEOPLE I know you now. I am beginning to recognize you from the thought of the other animal-people. Even when you are not calling. To un derstand this you must visualize a herd of lemmings going on their way to a destiny you cannot see and wonder if they can. They hurry along unmindful of your presence, intent on themselves. Suddenly one stops and turns to look at you. It is an appealing little beast. The longer you look the more pleasant it becomes. Finally you de cide it has possibilities. Perhaps it can be taught. That lemming is you and I am the onlooker. Before you stopped I saw only a blur of minds hurrying along and not perceiving any goal but rushing toward it hoping it was there. But your mind tires and I have not yet told you what I am for. Another time then. Call me Durin. I have another name which I might teach you to respond to. Dec. 11, 1968 Now your mind is clear. We can continue our conversation. time has passed since last you heard me? Well, if you say so. Some
What are we for? That is what I promised to tell you. We are people of the magnet. All magnetism comes from us. That which you call magnetism Is such a little thing. You see a piece of metal at tracting other bits of metal to It or pushing them away. You see fur and other substances attract or repel. You make a machine that does this on a larger scale using electricity. You give this pheno mena a name. Magnetism. ter the the me, What you see is but a small part of what is there. You see mat magnetized. As usualy your experience with such phenomena is in realm of matter. Matter at the surface. For even what you call stratosphere, as well as the ocean's depths, is but a surface to and to all earth -people.
But your imagination can take you up or down. And you can "see" with it beyond the realm of the material. Thus it was I was able to lead you in a dream below the surface of all things into the Halls of Stone or Halls of Marble, as you call them, and show you what it Is like to be at home with an earth-being. Do you remember that? Good. But you taught me then that this Is not the best method. Your mind for once didn't wander. But now you tell me you can remember not Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 13
even a word of our conversation. And indeed your questions to me at the time were scarcely intelligible. You maintain also that in this state much of your memory may he false impressions. That your mind cannot sort fancy from ¿'act. Maybe this is so. But the memory that I see in your mind is fairly accurate Except our walls and floor appeared to you like chiseled marble. They were not in fact processed in this manner. They appeared smooth because of the natural strata of the rock. We were not, as you supposed, passing through the air. This was not a cave or a hall as you know them. I perceived your natural fear of passing through solid objects and did not show you that we were mov ing through soft limestone and other crusty matter. You "saw" our home as a fit place for an air breather to dwell. Had you a solid body at the time the "air" would have crushed you. In that way does imagination play its part. But I digress. MAGNETISM, PERSONAL AND IMPERSONAL Magnetism is more than a plaything of matter. You know vaguely that this is so. You speak of personal magnetism. A magnetism of the mind. Even here your thoughts are limited. Personal magnetism implies personal contact. People will either like you when they meet, or be repelled. Oh, but there is much more. And that is where we come in. We are the people of the magnet. The power that at tracts or repels. We have been at times contacted by individuals of your race, or sometimes by whole groups. Our powers have been used for pur poses we do not understand or care about. Those who sought us often never knew our true natures or identities. They sought only our power, and we gave -- sometimes. > Here I name our uses as the terms are found in your mind. I do not understand them, but you might. We are the folk of the Rock. We can crush, and destroy. We can attract. We can repel. In CERE^ MONIAL MAGIC here are some of our uses. Poisons, poultices, love potions, charms, and curses. Most of these are made of herbs and matter. But the POWER that gives them life is ours. Without our magnetism -- all would be on the material level. Thus can we crush an enemy. Poison his body or mind. Thus can we hold a curse for generations. Thus, too, can we heal a wound or cure a disease. Thus can we attract a lover or repel an evil entity, or protect from harm or danger.. This is our power and its usefulness. I dont pretend to understand these things. Bear in mind that when I say, "We do it", I do not mean our presence is required, only our power; you might say our energy. We do not seek out, ourselves, an individual to charm, or harm, or cure. We send our power to the one who contacts us. The direction and use of that power is u£ to him. That is why our true natures are little understood. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 14
We are looked upon as Gods in what you call primitive cultures. Gods with names so sacred they dare not be pronounced to a stranger. It is true we do not freely give our names. We are looked upon with awe or fear too. And well it is so. For when an incantation is made, a name pronounced, our power evoked, take care. For if the individual or group doe3 not have the strength to contain the magnetic power it called for -- the power dissipates in the air and strange things happen. An earth tremor perhaps. A clap of thunder. Perhaps even lightning or fire if some of the fire-spirits are near by. Magnetism of this sort attracts them. This "natural" power uncontrolled by mind without direction can cause lesser-known phenomena. Water turned to blood for instance. Objects or animals or people petrified, turned to stone. Even corp ses turned to living zombies. We are feared and no wonder. The foolish use people make of us. I warn that you may know. But do not fear my power. You at least I know and can take care to send only what you can handle. I will teach you my name and you may call me if you need me. What you do then is up to you. I would crush an enemy or heal a friend with equal candor. That Is what we are for. But for now, and to others, call me Durin.
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In the letter to Andy Hardie, which accompanied this message from Durin, medium Joan Dixon refers to the "dream" of her trip to the interior of the earth in Durin's company: "I was well aware of what went on around me but later couldn't remember much until I was writing the second message. I descended with somebody into these vast halls of stone. The walls were beautiful and I was touching them to see what they felt like and they were very cold. Now that I remember , it seems to me the walls were quire dark un til I got close to them, and then it was like a light shining on them (her own light, probably, R H C ) and I guess they were white or close to it. But if we were passing through limestone I felt no resistance whatever, not even a pressure as I sometimes feel when surrounded by grief. One thing, though. I cant remember the ceiling at all. I guess I just thought the hall had a high ceil ing. I also dont remember any doors." "THE AGNICHAITANS -- PHYSICAL PLANE DEVAS" If you want more Information on earth elementáis like Durin, you will find it starting on page 6^5 of Alice A. Bailey's huge Treatise On Cosmic Fire". There, her Teacher divides the Agnlchaitans into three general groups and 49 sub-groups. Group C "are very destructive where man is concerned, for they embody the final and therefore powerful vibration of the past system, the conscious activity of dense matter. Hence there is consequently a profound statement that man is at the 'mercy of the elements'." Unless or until he has learned to control the elements in himself, at the physical, emotional and mental levels! Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 15
THE WORDS OF GOP EXPLAIN NEGATIVE FIRE By The Hon. S. Shuttleworth To know is not necessarily to understand. Rather clever men prefer to tread a sense-knowledge path. One of these asks: "What is negative Fire?" with the teacher replying: "Truly a claptrap answer does not explain, unless one word satisfies you, that being lightning." But various passages in Scripture present it as the Sword of the Lord, acting as breath from the nostrils of the Almighty, affecting what the flashing blade of a sword would do by displacing the Ether as if with a tongue of devouring fire. Isaiah 29:o, 30:27. In such an operation the Swcrd of the Lord creates a radio-active fall-out, explained to Ezekiel as a command of the Everlivlng: "Ob serve a sword sharp and bright as a gleaming sceotre of My Son, able to melt trees and causing the birds to fly away. . . If I kindle (by My bio-magnetism) 3uch a fire, everything will be scorched and every tree will be withered." Ezekiel 20:47. Professor Karl Krafft explains the Ether and its Vortices as the diamagnetic and paramagnetic atoms of energy making a bio electro-magnetic vortex in the atmosphere as if flashing a violet glitter on one edge of a whirling sword, with a reddish glow on the other edge of the blade. To the uninitiated it is death-dealing, which Balaam's Ass understood. Isaiah 30:27-33 is unfortunately absent in the abbreviated Command of the Everlivlng. Translated in the Authorised version as "where the grounded staff shall pass". . . while F. Fenton describes the weapon as "that punishing rod", and the Negative Fire thus: "the power of the Lord comes from on high, hot wrath loading His lips and His tongue like devouring fire, with His breath like a rising flood to scatter the heathen with a withering storm." So now we visualize Negative Fire as a bio-magnetic shaft of lightning striking the earth with a random fire, kindled by brim stone from the Breath of God, which turns dust to sulphur and causes the land to become as burning pitch. But God's mercy prevails, since "the Mighty Lord will not produce an event without disclosing His intention to His servants, the prophets." Amos 3:7. The 52nd chapter of the Book of Enoch explains how sturdy me tals are rendered powerless under Divine bio-electro-magnetism oper ating in a glowing and unpolarized condition. Lead will serve no purpose. Tin becomes of no esteem; with iron ceasing to be suitable for forging weapons. To harness lightning man is as,yet unfit but "when I pass you Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 16
under the Bod, bringing you under the bonds of the command of the Everliving vith My Pover as the God of Israel, I AM prepared to work on your behalf and bring to pass My Act -- MY STRANGE ACT." Isaiah 28:21. If a further example of Negative Fire is needed, Ezra the Pro phet supplies it in Esdras 13:2: "There gathered together great multitudes to subdue the invader. Although sore afraid yet durst fight. But He neither lifted up hand nor held sword nor any instrument of war, but out of His lips came flaming breath and sparks which fell down upon the multitude to fight and BURNED THEM UP, b o there only remained dust and smell of smoke." Radionics and Atomicity tell of the grave effeots of Ultra violet light on phosphorus and other elements, causing spontaneous combustion and igniting any mass of material from oxidation by light and heat. A stack of damp hay will alight when carbon converts into carbon dioxide with hydrogen converting into steam. * THE FLAMING BREATH The Filipino psychic surgeon, Tony Agpaoa, had the negative fire of the magnetic flaming breath and demonstrated it many times here in California and elsewhere while on the mainland of the United States and in Puerto Rico. Your editor and his wife saw it put to use when we met Tony at Dr. Jensen's Health Ranch above Escondido a couple of years ago. For those who saw Tony's psychic surgery there was no question that he had earned the cooperation of the People of the Rock, the Agnichaitans, whose magnetic currents hold physical atoms and mole cules together, or allow them to separate. For public demonstra tions Tony would prove the power of Negative Fire by cutting tough, two-inch bandage tape easily with his finger. The layers of tape would be built up, two, three, four, five thicknesses; still it parted just as easily under the light pressnre of his touch, as two volunteers would hold the tape stretched out for him. A photograph of Tony doing this illustrated James Crenshaw's article on "Philip pine Psychic Surgery" in the July 1966 "Fate" Magazine. He further confounded the skeptics by cutting the surgical tape with his tongue and capped the climax, finally, by simply blowing on the stretched-out tape. It parted as easily as wet tis sue paper! A trained and dedicated sensitive was with us on the visit to Dr. Jensen's ranch. He said that when Tony blew on the tape his breath appeared to take on a flame-like quality, a sword of fire at least 18 inches long. Under this bombardment the magnetic "glue" holding the material together melted, reversed polarity. r Sept-Oct 1970 RR; Page 17 * #
AN INITIATE AT WORK By Maurice Barbanell Editor, London "Psychic News" When Air Chief Marshal Lord Dowding was promoted on Sunday (Feb. 15, 1970) to the spirit world, whose reality had been incon testably demonstrated to him, he was our most famous living Spirit ualist. Newspapers, television and radio have all paid tribute to the man who, by directing the Battle of Britain, saved the country and ensured that civilization would not be subjected to Nazi tyranny. The scandal of Britain's omission to give him due recognition and make him a Marshal of the Royal Air Force has been stressed in many leading articles and TV and radio programmes. It is to Dowding’s credit that from the time he began to lead a civilian life, he braved unpopularity and faced the criticism of being a crank by publicly aligning himself with Spiritualism. He expounded its truths with his voice on radio and at public meetings and, when necessary, to the House of Lords, and with his pen in many articles and with his books, "Many Mansions", "Lychgate", and "The Dark Star". The newspapers suggested that he turned to Spiritualism after his retirement. The truth is that his interest was aroused as long ago as 1918 when he read the series in a Sunday national newspaper of automatic writings received by the Rev. G. Vale Owen. These were published later in book form titled, "Life Beyond The Veil','. His first public speech was made during the war in 19*0 when, as Commander-in-Chief Fighter Command, he spoke at a "Wings for Vic tory" week at Wimbledon Town Hall, SW London. He said of those who had failed to return from combat, "Dont think of them as dead, because they are very much alive and active. I tell you these lads have got a Royal Air Force on the Other Side of which they are very proud. They call it in fact r The Senior Ser vice' without any regard to the prior claim of the Royal Navy. "It may seem odd that an organization devoted to death and de struction on earth should persist and flourish on the Other Side. But I suppose that the loyalty and self-sacrifice which characterise the RAF here have created spiritual values which persist beyond the grave " Dowding stressed he was not speaking in parables but with liter al truth. I look forward to giving to the world the evidence on which I base my belief. My message to the bereaved and anxious is this: Dont fear death. The last enemy is not death, it is fear." From the time he retired he carried out his promise to give the Sept-Oct 1970 RR, ’ ’age 18
world the spirit truths which had been proved to him.
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LEADER OP A RESCUE CIRCLE Five months after that public declaration, he was present at a remarkable Estelle Roberts dlrect-voice seance at which one famous - "dead" pilot he had known personally communicated to him. Many com municators at his home circle and elsewhere were young men, killed in their prime, who did not realise they had "died". Dowding told of one "dead" airman who slowly became aware of his surroundings. His plane was wrecked. His observer-gunner was lying unconscious on the ground. In the aircraft was another figure hunched over the controls. The pilot rushed to free him, then re coiled in horror. It was his own body that was trapped. The airman told of his immediate post-death experience by writing through a medium's hand. His spirit meeeage, and similar accounts from other "dead" servicemen, were sent to Lord Dowding who published them in his first book, "Many Mansions". After finding his own body in the plane, the airman described his emotions: "I had come apart from my body. It was a most help less feeling. I couldn't think what to do. There was Clark (his observer-gunner) unconscious, perhaps dead, and I was in this awful separated condition. I waited near him and got so tired that I lay down and seemed to unconsciously leave my second body. It was like shelling peas! There was one of me in the plane, another of me ly ing near, and still I seemed to go on and be just as much myself outside both of them. . . " This, said Dowding, was typical of accounts from those who die suddenly. At first they do not realise they are dead. Until they shed their second body, which is partly physical and partly spiri tual, they are not fully aware of their new surroundings. Eventually they see others around them and recognise relatives or friends who have also died. Slowly they become accustomed to life in a new world. It is not surprising that Dowding astonished the world with these startling accounts soon after the war. With the same determin ation and courage he had shown against Hitler, Dowding embarked on a public campaign to give testimony to an after-life. He was trying to alleviate the suffering and grief which were the war's inevitable aftermath. When he was invited to give an address at Christ Church in Lon don's Mayfair, he astonished his congregation by producing a letter written by a "dead" seaman. He read extracts describing the man's sensations after he was killed by a torpedo which sunk his ship. His sermon made headlines in the next day's newspapers. It also earned him abuse and ridicule, which he expected and ignored, as had his previous talks on the topic. At Dowding's home circle there were communications from "dead" Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 19
servicemen who described their wartime escapades and occasionally relayed messages for relatives. HIS ASTRAL TRAVELS People turned to the famous war hero for help, comfort and ad vice in their bereavement. One was a war widow, Mrs. Max Whiting. Her father-in-law suggested she write to Dowding to ask for the name of a local medium. The air chief replied that Max Whiting had com municated in his own home circle! He invited the widow to lunch with him in order that she could meet the medium. Mrs. Whiting had been psychic since childhood. During her early years she had often seen and spoken with a man whom she knew as "Hutie". He would mysteriously appear in her room. She expec ted to grow up and marry him. Hutie promised that they would. She never realised that her visitor was not physically present, or that other could not see him. Later, she decided that Hutie had been killed. She married Max Whiting. Now, in the early days of her bereavement, Hutie appeared to her again in her bedroom. Her family heard her laughing and talking and feared her husband's death had affected her. Towards the end of her lunch with Dowding and his medium, Mrs. Whiting suddenly caught eight of the air chief's laughing profile. Lord (Hugh) Dowding was Hutie! They married -- as he had promised during his astral visits — in 1951* They believe their life to gether was predestined. It is a stranger-than-fiction story. But no novelist could materialise a more down-to-earth personality than Dowding. He became a giant in the pages of British history. Yet he took little credit for the vital part he played in winning free dom for Britain. Dowding said the credit must go to God. He firmly believed that that the evacuation of the British Expeditionary Force from Dunkirk, in the dark days of the war, was a miracle brought about "in answer to the great volume of anguished prayer which arose at that time". He praised the courage of the sailors and longshoremen who man ned the rescue vessels. But their efforts would have been to no avail, he maintained, "if the restless Straits had not been stilled into an unnatural calm for days on end". And this is how Dowding explained his reasons for his crusade shortly after the war: "I say with absolute conviction that, but for God's intervention; the Battle of Britain would have been lost. Now, therefore, as I lay down my sword, I take up my pen and testify. . . 1 1 (Psychic News, Feb. 21, 1970). In the "Psychic News" for March 21, 1970, the News reporter in terviewed the well-known English medium and Spiritualist, Ena Twigg, who attended the Memorial Service for Lord Dowding at Westminster Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 20
and saw the air chief attending his own service. 'I
"'It was a wonderful spectacle;' said the famous medium. nearly cried with joy because I was so thrilled to see him.’
"Her vision began with what was obviously a spirit symbol, a large number of aeroplanes flying past. Then she saw Dowding be tween two vases of roses at the altar. He stood there at attention taking the salute. Dowding was radiant, she said, full of life and vitality. He appeared 30 years younger, looking as he did at about the time he directed the Battle of Britain which brought him deser ved Immortal fame. Then she was aware of a crowd of hundreds of spirit faces all belonging to former Royal Air Force members. "Ena said her vision was in colour She was also aware during the service of a large number of spirit people who were overshadow ing relatives and friends in the huge congregation. This was the first time that a Spiritualist has been honoured with a memorial service in Britain's national shrine. Paradoxically the man who did not get on earth the crowning award to which he was entitled, being made a Marshal of the RAF, had to wait until his passing to receive Britain's homage by this service. . . "Denis Healey, Defence Minister, praised 'a very remarkable man'. He described Dowding as 'one of those great men whom the country miraculously produces in time of peril'." To a student of the occult there is no miracle about it at all! Dowding wa3 an advanced soul out of England's long history who chose to be born and grow up at a time of approaching crisis for his na tion and Western civilization. He was an initiated representative of a Lodge of the Masters on the Inner Planes, and overshadowed by such Men Beyond Mankind as King Arthur, St. George, Francis Bacon, Sir Thomas More and others. They were guiding him in the develop ment of a war machine to match the Germans across the Channel. As Healey said of Dowding in his address: "He occupies a very special place in the hearts of the British people because he was one of the architects of our deliverance in the Battle of Britain, which was of supreme importance in this country's history," and he went on to speak of Dowding's "years of service in the RAF before he became head of Fighter Command, how he encouraged developments like radar and the production of aircraft which ensured that his pi lots were equipped by the highest standards." Adolf Hitler was an initiate too, in sotns Black Lodge whose connections go back to some Cavern World "Agharta" beneath Tibet. And while the Evil Geniuses of this School of Degradation were in spiring Willi Messerschmldt in the design of his super-fighter, Dowding's Teachers were inspiring him to encourage the development of the slightly superior Hurricane and Spitfire. The opposing fight er planes, and their dedicated pilots, were well matched; except for the fact that the British planes were about 30 miles'‘ per-h6urSept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 21
.faster than the German planes, a slight margin, but just enough to tip the balance of the fighting between the otherwise evenly matched men and machines in favor of the Forces of Light. ThU3 the way was not opened for Hitler's drugged, brainwashed, fanatical hordes to overrun the British Isles. SACRIFICING CAREER FOR COUNTRY But the Chief of the Fighte r Command wouldn't have had any planes to command in the Battle of Britain if other officers had had their way. They wanted Dowding to send his precious Huiricanes and Spitfires to France in the futile effort to save that unfortun ate country. Were they "inspired" by the same Evil Geniuses guiding Hitler in his mad effort to conquer the world? I think so. But Dowding stood up to them in the staff meetings and held his Command together for the coming fight for survival after Dunkirk. His op ponents had their way later, though, and got their revenge. Dowding was sacked when the crisis was over. He never did receive his na tion's highest honor, Air Marshal. However, studentB on the Path aren't particularly interested in worldly titles and honors. The marks of distinction which lead them on to work for the Plan of Evolution are invisible,to mortal eyes. What was most important now for him was the work of rehabili tation of the "dead" and its companion task, removing the veil of ignorance which blinds men to the Light within them. This is why Dowding "put down his sword and took up his pen"! JUDGEMENT DAY From Dowding's second book, "Lychgate, The Entrance to the Path", we have chosen thi3 significant example of his rescue work, telling "of a man who has sojourned in the Dark Places for nearly 300 years of our time. We had had a warning that a case of special difficulty awaited us, but no indication of what was to come. L.L. (the medium for the rescue circle) gradually sank into a trance. "Presently a horrible sort of leer spread over L.L.'s face and she began to wash her hands 'with invisible soap and imperceptible water', as Gilbert says. After quite a long time of this she got up out of her chair and spoke to me in a thick indistinct voice in which I only caught the w o r d s * Dover Road. Hullo, I thought, a high wayman? "But no. It soon appeared that he was an innkeeper on the old Dover Road and that I was a prospective guest. 'You are but plainly dressed Sir for your high position.' Then some obsequious and nau seating murmurings about a bed and a wench. 'You shall lie soft, my lord, with pillows of the finest down', and then more about the wench. "I took him by the arm (and when I say 'him' I mean L.L., for he was for the time being in occupation of her body) -- I took him by the arm and said sharply 'Stop that now and listen to me: you have Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 22
"been brought to me so that X can help you. 1 "(At the back of my mind there was a queer sort of wonder that L.L; should be such a marvellous actress. She was speaking straight out of a historical novel, and I realized the meaning of the expres sion 'acting the part to the life'.) "He threw me off roughly. ’I want none of you,' he said. He then became violent and incoherent and made rather an ineffectual attempt to strangle me. I was trying to restrain his struggles as gently as possible so as not to hurt L.L. "'Call on God and Christ Jesus,1 I said, you. ‘ "'God wont help me,1 he said. "'Yes He will,' said I, 'He will help every one of His crea tures even in the depths of the Pit.' And I tried to carry his mind back to his childhood and to the days of his innocence. "He then became violently agitated again: 'Keep these devils off m e . Dont let them get at me.' "'It's all right,1 I said, 'they wont be able to harm you.' He then collapsed onto his knees on the hearthrug and after swaying about for a few moments, he leant forward, and to my amazement I heard him saying a little baby prayer. I helped him through with the words and then we said it again together. "(Just at this time I noticed in the fire a large black lump of coal, and through two right-angled cracks in it was glowing a per fectly proportioned Sign of the Cross. It persisted for a consider able time and I showed it to the other two after the episode was over.) "Then he knelt upright, and raised his arms toward the ceiling, and cried in a great voice of glad amazement 'Why BETSY, BETSY. ' "I said 'Yes, Betsy has come to meet you. she will look after you.' Go with her now and 'and They will help
"Then we were given a lovely prayer to the Father 'Another of Thy children is rising to Thee' -- and the Blessing. Then L.L. sat down and in a few moments was awake again. She knew nothing of what had happened and only remembered that she had been ’ Running round with a Cross, holding it up in front of people'. "But now comes the sequel. The following day L.L. was conscious of an interested presence about the house -- watching the water com ing out of the bath taps, running to the window to watch a trolley bus pass by, examining the electric cooker in the kitchen, etc. Then she was impelled to sit down and this came through in automatic writing: Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 23
"6 th day of June, 1648. x < "I am very grateful to you for your help to me. This Is a vonderful oountry. Tho they tell me it is England I know better than to be lieve them. I have lived in England all my life and I be 64 come next Martiranass..1 did not like the dark cave I were in last night, and you show me the way out to my Betsy who is my wife who died in childbirth aged 23 years. I am Ezra Martin, owner of the Dun Cow, famous for its ales. I was a bad man after my Betsy die, but we are here, my Betsy and me, my betsy who die"(the writing trailed away). "Then one of the Guides spoke in explanation. *He has realized now what has happened to him. That is why we wanted him to write. We showed him this earth of yours, and its wonders amazed and de lighted him. Now it is time he realized that he is in a new world never to face death again. His wife was helped and asks us to thank you for all your help. We do most heartily! Ezra Martin had mur dered five travellers by smothering them in their beds. The last of them has now forgiven him, and not until then could he be lib erated .' "Now I dont want you to think that there is anything unique in what we are doing. It is going on all over the country. One man wrote and told me that he had been doing it for 25 years now, and I know a little old lady of Devon, very simple, and very poor in this world 'b good3, who has classes of spirits brought her to teach. She reads them little Bible stories, like a Sunday school -- as children they listen to words they have never heard before, and as little children they rise again towards the Light they have spurned. But the startling statement by the Guide that innkeeper and murderer Ezra Martin, with all his karmic obligations, would never be born on this earth again, puzzled Lord Dowding. Later, when op portunity offered, he reminded his guide, Z, of those words that Ezra Martin wets "never to face death again". So Dowding asked through his medium L.L.: "Is this the Law that those who pass through Hell are released from the wheel of rebirth? It was stated that the last of his five victims had now forgiven him. Is this also the Law? If so, is not the incidence of retrib ution very uneven?" "Concerning the innkeeper," replied Z. "He will not face physi cal death again in this evolutionary period. . . There comes a time In the evolution of a spirit when the choice of return, or of mov ing on to a different line of evolution is given. Knowing this soul, I know the choice he will make." And the choice Martin's soul made, we suppose, is Earth's hell, the Moon, soon to become a planet in its own right and offering a "different line of evolution" to billions of souls now falling the Judgement Day here on Earth. The full Aquarian Age demands of Br o therhood, Fellowship, Goodwill and Cooperation will be too much for younger souls who haven't had their fill of drinking, fighting and fornicating. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 24
"A SLIPPERY BUSINESS FOR THE AVERAGE PERSON” "You ask about my training in the Esoteric Section of the Theosophical Society? I joined the Society in 1915 in Chicago. In 1921 while staying at the Society's headquarters, Adyar, India I was ad mitted to the first degree by Annie Besant herself. Later, in Ojai, California I was admitted to the Second Degree of the E.S. They make a great point of keeping all E.S. matters secret but -- as Mas ter D.K. pointed out through Alice Bailey -* this secrecy business was necessary only during the early days of the Society when there was so much opposition. The E.S. is good in that it requires regular meditation and steady reading of T.S. books, but no attempt was made to develop any ESP faculties. The only people I ever heard of who accomplished this were a few personal students of C.W. Leadbeater in Sydney, Australia. The best of them was Geoffrey Hodson. "Another pupil for whom Leadbeater had high hopes was Oscar Kollestrom. But I learned that he left the T.S. and the last time I • heard he was practicing as a professional psychiatrist in London. Of course one must allow for the possibility that some E.S. members did develop some expansions of consciousness but, if so, they kept very quiet about it. Leadbeater's books made it seem much easier than it is; moreover, I dont think that any reliable ESP can be de veloped without the assistance of a Master or Guru. The Arcane School -- which I regard as by far the best of modern Esoteric Schools -- makes a strong point about not attempting to force occult powers or sensibilities. They insist that such things are an end result of the general raising of the student's consciousness through regular, guided meditation. I am sure you know a great deal about this sub ject. It is a very slippery business for the average person. Betty White's training under her Invisibles is a good illustration of the difficulties -- even under the Aegis of a Master.
"I recall that back in 1917 Leadbeater organized a group of T. S. members to work on the astral planes at night (under proper super vision) helping men who were being killed in the war then going on. I joined this group. The requirements were several. One should eat a light meal early in the evening, sleep in a room with the door lock ed and no telephone. A pad of paper and pencil on table at bedside. Then we had to will that, as we fell asleep, we would report to the one assigned to guide u s .
"The first week or so was spent in training on the astral plane conditions. We had to learn that we could go through apparently sol id objects, walls, etc. I well remember this business! I was taken to the basement of a hotel and told I was to raise myself floor by floor through the building and then out through the roof. I did fine until I got to the roof where I suddenly thought 'roof' and then I began to bump. I noticed that there was a banquet going on and I Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 25
thought how surprised the diners would be if I suddenly plopped down on the banquet table. Then I started to laugh and woke myself up in bed; so, I flunked that one. Then came the ordeals of going down in the water as with a drowning man, moving about freely in the air without fear of falling, and then passing into a fire. I think this last was most difficult for me. "Then came the time when we could try and help those who Dora Van Gelder used to refer to very unpolitefully as 'deaders' . I managed to recall a few such meetings. But about that time ray own affairs underwent a change and I joined up with the British Army and was semt to Mesopotamia. Since those days I have had a few astral experiences but no more than most people. It is most difficult to prevent the mind from taking over and distorting the experience as soon as one starts to awaken." Frank R.J. Gerard Santa Barbara, California "SIX KILLED JOHN F. KENNEDY" "Ever since the assassination of President John F . Kennedy, a debate has been raging as to whether Lee Harvey Oswald was indeed the lone killer (as the Werren Commission Report stated) or whether the shooting was actually the work of several people. A definitive answer to the question is still lacking. And recently, Richard Sprague, a Massachusetts cyvernetics expert, decided to put it to a computer "Sprague used 500 photos taken at the time of the assassination (Nov. 22, 196 3 ) and 25,000 single frames of movie film. He fed the computer coded descriptions of the actions of each of the persons in the 25,500 pictures. The results of the study (published in the May 1970 issue of 'Computers and Automation* magazine) prove, ac cording to Sprague, that six individuals were involved in the shoot ing -- and Lee Harvey Oswald was not one of them. Further more, Sprague says, no’less than 50 people conspired to pull off the ass assination. The computer expert offered to make his information available to an 'untainted congressional committee', and suggested that such a body give further study to the findings. Sounds like a darned good idea." (National Bulletin, July 20, 1970). "THEY WERE BEDMATES" "Forty-year-old Rose Cherami died from an unsolved hit-and-run accident near Big Sandy, Texas on Sept. 4, 19 6 5 . But the revealing story is what happened to her on Nov. 20, 19 6 3 . At that time, Miss Cherami, allegedly a narcotics addict and prostitute for Jack Ruby was thrown from a moving automobile near Eunice, La. She and two men were on their way to Florida allegedly to pick up a load of drugs for Jack Ruby. When found by the police, Miss Cherami was in acute withdrawal agony, and she was screaming that President Kennedy was going to be killed in Dallas. She was hospitalized for her physical injuries and what the doctors thought was mental trouble. Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 26
A few days after the assassination, the physicians remembered the patient they hadplaced in a mental' ward, and had her brought to their office. Rose Cherami, now calmed down and dried out, listened as the medical people read her the stories of the assassination. When they read that Ruby was protesting that he had not known Lee Harvey Oswald, Miss Cherami laughed and said, ‘ They were bedmates!'" (Penn Jones, Jr., writing in the November 1969 "Saga" magazine.) JERUSALEM, THE INTERNATIONAL CITY OP PEACE? "One day Jerusalem will become the tranquil city of Peace, de clared international territory, and open to all who crave spiritual refreshment. Then will Humanity know that it has begun to align itself with the Living Christ and presently not only Palestine but the whole earth shall come to be recognised in the heavenly worlds as an ancestral Home of Peace, born at last through the Law of Love." Prom Whitebrothers, through Channel Verity, in the April 1970 "Heral aids of the New Age", Apt. 7, 119 St. Stephen’s Ave., Parnell, Auck land 1, New Zealand. In view of the above prophecy from the other side of the Veil it is perhaps significant that Senator William Fulbright proposed in Washington D.C., Aug. 23rd, that the United States sign a formal security treaty with Israel, to "come into effect after, and only after, the multilateral guarantee of the United Nations had been agreed upon and ratified by all parties". In the press conference on the release of his proposal, Senator Fulbright called for "de militarization of threatening Arab sections and Internationalization of the holy Old City of Jerusalem". And then we have the concurrence of King Hussein, of Jordan, as quoted in the Aug. 31, 1970 "Newsweek": Basically, we have two requirements for peace: (1) Israeli withdrawal from all territories occupied in 1967 ““ and that includes Jerusalem. (2) The right of self-determination for the Palestinian people. As far as Jerusalem goes, we would be willing to accept its internatlonallzation as outlined by the 1948 United Nations plan. But it would have to be internationalization of the entire city, not just its Arab part. Internationalizing merely Arab Jerusalem would be totally unaccep table to us I've always said that the Israelis can have either peace or territory, but not both." THE BRAVEST MAN IN WASHINGTON Surely must be Congressman John H. Rarick. On April 24, 1970 he introduced in the House of Representatives the following Bill: "A BILL to vest in the Government of the United States the full, ab solute, complete and unconditioned ownership of the twelve Federal Reserve banks. Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen tatives of the United States of America in Congress assembled, that (a) the Secretary of the Treasury of the United States is hereby authorized and directed forthwith to purchase the capital stock of the twelve Federal Reserve banks and branches, and agencies thereof Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 27
and to pay the owners thereof the par value of such stock at the date of purchase. (b) All member banks of the Federal Reserve System are hereby re quired &nd directed to deliver forthwith to the Treasurer of the United States, by the execution and delivery of such documents as may be prescribed by the Secretary of the Treasury, all the st>ck of said Federal Reserve banks owned or controlled by them, together with all claims of any kind or nature in and to the capital assets of the said Federal Reserve banks, it being the intention of this Act to vest in the Government of the United States the absolute, complete, and unconditional ownership of the said Federal Reserve banks. (c) There is hereby authorized to be appropriated, out of any funds not otherwise appropriated, such sums as may be necessary to carry out the purposes of this Act." Among other things, in presenting his Bill to the House, Con gressman Rarick said this: "My bill H.R. 17140 provides the only viable and effective solution to the breakdown in confidence of our money and financial system. It is very simple. That we return the banks of the Federal Reserve System and full control over our money to the Congress. I claim no pride in authorship because this is as was intended by the Founding Fathers when they provided in the U.S. Constitution -- the law of the land: "The Congress shall have the power -5. To coin money, regulate the value thereof, and of foreign coin, and fix the standard of weights and mea sures (Article 1, Section 8, clause 5)» "Who should the people trust more than their Congress - - i f they disapprove we can be eliminated at the polls. Unelected bu reaucrats and monopolistic bankers never! We of this House are the sole representatives of the American people. Our system is not a democracy because we are the only elected officials in the federal system. The Founding Fathers intended that the power to issue and control money wa3 only to be entrusted to the hands of those elec ted officials who are constantly accountable to the voters." If you are interested and feel like supporting this radical notion, that the people of a nation should control their own money, write an enthusiastic letter to your Congressman and Senator in Washington, in support of Rarick's Bill. HELP FROM A YOUNG AND ENTHUSIASTIC SOURCE! New York (AP) June 16, 1970: "Ralph Nader, the lawyer who has done battle with corporate giants over such issues as auto safety and pollution, said Monday that he planned to turn his 'raiders' loose on banking. His investigators will conduct a summer research study of the First National City Bank. ’ Banks are not considered a con sumer issue. . . It is time to make banking understandable to great er numbers of citizens, to show how integral a part of the consumer protection movement banking must become,1 said Nader." Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 28
PASSING IS EASY
"Since I know you and Judy have been long-time friends of Andy Hardie, as I likewise have been, I thought you would like to know that . . . shortly after his passing on June 16th he came to Grace Pludgradt, a psychic friend of his, to say that he awoke on the 'other side' to the most lovely music he had ever heard in his life. He also said that Dora, his wife, would soon follow him, and that death was much easier than he thought it would be. . . Both wanted to pass on when I was there (in April). Andy has done his work and has made public the messages from his girls and Joan Dixon. As his powers failed him (he was suffering from Parkinson's disease the last year or two) gradually the messages stopped coming. The girls realize they have been given enough to put into practice and that Ashtar and the others are tremendously busy with work that must be done at this time. Marian Hartill is working eight hours a day in the laundry they run and keeps up a house and cares for the farm and her children, so has little time. "I used to be a subscriber to BSRA when Meade Layne had it and I knew him. Lately I have been so deluged with reading, I have not had time to read more than an occasional copy from my good friend, A.R. of Mt. Shasta. While I visited him, I noted in the Sept-Oct 1968 issue of the Journal: 'The Invisible Reality Behind Appearances' Part II @ $2.50 and am enclosing a check for that amount. Yours in the Light. ' Miss E.A., Gardena, California Thanks for the info on Andy's easy passing, Miss A, and if you find Part II of the "Invisible Reality" series interesting and in-; structive, perhaps you’ll also want our third offering the series, Lesson VII, "You Live In Four Worlds", now printed, well illustrated, 68-page paperback, $ 2 .5 0 . We have a few messages yet to release, from Andy through Marian by members of the Ashtar command, and also a few more from Elementals through Joan Dixon. These will be published in the Journal as we can get to them. WE ARE UNDER SURVEILLANCE Those of you interested in the Flying Saucer phenomenon will be interested to know that the magnetic change which caused our UFO Detector to buzz the mornings on June 24th and 25th (July-August RR, page 28 ) apparently also registered on the magnetic monitoring sys tems of the military and other government agencies. In fact, a Marine Corps helicopter -- at least it had Marine Corps coloring and markings -- was circling low over our place while the UFO Detector was sounding June 25 th! Since then we have received periodic in spections by low-flying helicopters, both military and civilian, at least twice a week. The craft come in at an altitude of only a few hundred feet and circle our area three times before going away. It may be the authorities aren't sure at this time exactly which home down below is the UFO contact point, but I'm sure the spot has been Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 29
pinpointed on maps of the North San Diego County area, at El Toro Marine Corps Air Base 40 miles north of here, and other government agencies In the area; so it is subject to periodic check-ups from the air. From the technical point of view, just how feu? down the Scale of Tangibility do our Guardian Visitors have to come — from their normal 4-D Etheric level of operation — to generate the "negative fire" necessary to set off our UFO Detector? Apparently, it is far enough to register on the ultra-sensitive magnetometers at government listening posts In this area! THE WORLD-WIDE FLYING SAUCER GRID 15 years ago, while conducting his UFO researches on the high desert near Giant Rock, California Associate Trevor James saw Air Force jets from nearby George AFB fly back and forth through spots where Etheric forms were hovering or floating. He obtained photo graphic proof of this. We can be sure that continuous surveillance of these kinds over the years has produced enough data for the de velopment of a world-wide Flying Saucer grid. In other words, some U.S. Government agency has a world map of magnetic airlanes used by UFOs. Imagine their consternation a couple of years ago when an obscure New Zealand Airways pilot, Capt. Bruce Cathie, came out with his book, "Harmonic 32", which revealed the whole secret. The best proof that Cathie is on to something is the static h e ’s been getting from the CIA and its paid propagandists! It may very well be that the Air Force and the CIA were alerted to the possibility of a world-wide UFO grid by George Adamski. Cer tainly academic flatheads, civilian and military, brainwashed In the uninspired disciplines of the universities, would never have dreamed of such a thing. Their little minds are closed to the Light of the Cosmos. Adamski spoke of magnetics and UFO operations in his first talks to Service clubs here in Southern California in 1948. Here is a significant quote from "Flying Saucers Have Landed", page 182, first published in September 1953: "If these craft are moving on natural magnetio force, and I believe they are, and if the vortexes of the earth are natural rechargers for them as has been stated many times, the district in which I am located is In their path of travel, just as our airplanes have definite travel lanes between airports. For there is a strong natural vortex at Calexico, California, and another in Santa Monica Bay on the California coast. A ruler laid crossing these two points shows the mountains just south of Palomar almost in exact center of this line." A couple of years ago Mrs. Crabb and I visited a young fellow living in Vallecito, 40 miles southeast of Palomar, along that same grid line. He told us of UFO sightings he made there on quiet de sert nights in the late 50s and early 60s, pointing to one peak over which a glowing space Bhip had hovered for half an hour one night. I asked him If he had seen any UFOs at that same spot or along that Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 30
ridge of the Laguna Mountains recently.
"No, I haven’t seen any UFOs there since the government built a radar station right on that very peak!'1 PROJECT MAGNET In the October 1963 Journal we made these observations regarding government magnetic surveillance of UFOs: "Our government has a fleet of Super Constellations, loaded with electronic gear, constantly on the prowl for Unidentified Flying Objects. They even have the tièle 'Project Magnet’ painted on their tail fins. I've seen pictures of them, taken this year, 1962. My guess is that these planes are oper ating under some non-military government agency, like the Coast and Geodetic Survey, to take the onus off the Air Force. I'll toss in another wild guess,/ that some of the super-secret detection devices launched from Vandenberg AFB up the coast here, have little sensing devices aboard which operate in the known electronic range of the Flying Saucers. When the satellite picks up an 'unknown* in a given area, a ground station could relay the info to one of the Constella tions and the plane could move in for a closer look. . . " The idea didn't originate with academic flatheads here In the U.S. but with an open-minded Canadian scientist, the late W.B. Smith, who persuaded his government to set up such a survey in 1954! The resulting flood of publicity brought Smith information from UFO con tactées from all over the world. He accepted it, and thus opened up his own mind to unorthodox scientific information which put him years ahead of his fellows. There was the surprising Idea of "binding for ces" in our atmosphere, or sudden lack of them, which caused myster ious airplane failures and crashes. We ran Smith's article on this in that Journal, along with his design of a simple device or meter for measuring areas of reduced binding force. "BRIDGE GIRDER EXPLODES ON ROAD PROJECT" San Diego "Union", Aug. 22, 1970: "A large concrete bridge girder ex ploded yesterday afternoon as workmen placed the span into place on the east Highline Canal on Interstate 8, eight miles east of Holtville. Cause of the explosion of the 50-ton precast girder has not yet been determined, state bridge engineer Roger Orzilli said. There were no injuries. The girder that burst at approximately 2:30 p.m. yesterday was the last of six to be positioned in the westbound lane of parallel bridges across the irrigation supply canal. . . " "Why should a concrete girder explode?" wrote the Associate who sent in the above clipping. Then he thought of the book, "The Boys From Topside", by Wilbert B. Smith and published by Gray Barker, PO Box 2228, Clarksburg, West Virginia 26302, which contains the article on Binding Forces and a diagram of the meter. Smith found that "these regions (of reduced.fopce) seem to be. roughly circular and about 1000 feet in diameter, and probably extend upward quite a distance. A few have been detected by air, when planes have flown through them, but fortunately the craft were strong enough to remain intact." Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 31
"THE ADELAIDE CONVENTION, 1970'^ _ r "One hardly knows where to start In reporting this gathering of UFO workers from around Australia; for It was beset with many difficulties in our path even when we first began our planning of the speakers. "The first setback was the sudden, untimely death of Dr. Miran Lindtner of UFOIC, Sydney, who was to have been the main speaker. Whilst we were getting over the shock of the loss of this fine work er, our arrangements with Capt. Bruce Cathie broke down suddenly by his relaying to his publishers, through whom our own arrangements for his lecture tour of Australia was being planned, 'that he could not come because his life was being threatened'. This was as much a shock to his publishers as it was to us. This was number two off the list of those expected. "Then when we had got fully under way with other speakers, and on the eve of the Convention, came the news from Mr. H. Sloane by telegram that they had to discontinue their journey although they were half way to Adelaide from Balarat. Mrs. Sloane had been taken ill and necessitated their return. He was the prime mover of the Convention , and as such was a loss and shock to u s . To make matters worse he was bringing with him photos and slides for viewing of an object taken near the moon by an astronomer at Balarat observatory, and which since has caused quite a stir. But Mr. Sloane sent them on by train and a telegram to pick them up at the Railway Delivery. We called there every day right up to the Monday, but where told there was nothing for us. (We got them delivered on the following Tuesday afternoon and the carnote stated they had been received at the Adelaide Station on the previous Thursday night'.) "Mrs. W. Lane, who was to have shown some movie films of UFOs on the eve of her departure from Sydney, sprained her ankle just before leaving for the plane, hence, no films. We make no comment on these mishaps, more than to state they were indeed a series of strange coincidences, and not as the paper said I said, 'a hoodoo'.” (From the lead article by Fred P. Stone, Editor and Publisher of "Panorama", March-April 1970 issue, 22 Northcote St., Kilburn, South Australia 5084.) "THE MAT AND DE-MAT THEORY OF UFOS IS HOLDING FAST" "Enclosed is $6.00 for continued membership in BSRA. It appears that a number of independent UFO Investigators and people are turn ing to the Etheric (4-D) source of the craft, including myself. Af ter receiving information from two sources in England of an incident that took place in the 12th Century, and talking to a number of sighters in Western Pennsylvania and West Virginia, the mat and demat is holding fast. Not long ago I received from you the book by the late Meade Layne, 'The Coming Of The Guardians', and I assume you knew I was heading toward the Etheric source of the UFOs, when you wrote in the Journal of the 'academic flatheads'. I'll have to admit now I was one of them after 18 years. Even the five members Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 32
in my organization admit the Etherie source of the UFOs after we evaluated all the information we got."
J.J.L., Lorain, Ohio
Congratulations on having crossed the Cosmic Barrier, John. Some Saucer researchers never do this. They cling to their outmoded, ideas to the very end. They cannot force UFO data to conform to their pre-conceived notions of a material universe and so they give up in disgust. Now you are ready to study Meade Layne's other works. "THE ETHER SHIP (FLYING SAUCER) MYSTERY and Its Solution" Flying Saucer research beginnings in 1946, the Air Force inquiry, Etheria and the Etherians, the Technical Explanation, Limits of Tan gibility, Philosophical Considerations, Charts: the Seven physical sub-levels, Etheric Hypothesis, the Kabalistic Tree of Lifej the Ether Ship propulsion problems by John Hilliard, Comment by Associa tes and Inner Circle, the references to Flying Saucers in Oahspe, ans Summary and Conclusion by Meade Layne, 40 pages........ $1.25 "THE ETHER OP SPACE" By Meade Layne contains several chapters from Sir Oliver Lodge's "The Ether of Space", quotes from Eddington's "Nature of the Physi cal World", and from J.W.N. Sullivan's Limitations of Science". Most important is the inclusion of a discussion of the whole matter by Inner Circle member Ramon Natalli. Meade quotes extensively from Lodge "because he is the best known of the early investigators of the properties of the ether, conceived as a homogeneous medium; b e cause he emphasizes the extreme density of the ether, and the nature of ordinary matter as being rarefactions of aggregates of modified ether units -- and because these ideas must be grasped if the phen omena of the Flying Saucers is to be understood". 27 pages. . . 50^ "ONE ANSWER TO CANCER" Is so helpful to cancer sufferers that the allopathic physicians In Texas, jealous and resentful, have succeeded in having its author, Dr. Kelley, enjoined from selling it to cancer victims or their friends. An Associate writes: "I know you must have heard of Dr. Kelley, in Grapevine, Texas, who has written »One Answer To Cancer'. I belong to a nutrition club in Columbia. We had two ladles in It whose husbands contracted cancer, in spite of the ladies' efforts to feed them as best they could. One man refused to cooperate with any new-fangled diet or books at all. The other read Dr. Kelley's book and said, 'Every symptom in that book is mine!' He decided to go to Texas and see Dr. Kelley himself, and found that he had four cancers! He returned home, followed the advice given, and today is a well man. It took about six months. The other man is DEAD. Dr. K. says over 80Jw of Americans now have cancer, either manifested or which will manifest later. I know of only one way this can be determined for sure and that's by radiesthesia. Dr. Kelley is a true New-Ager and deserves all the help we can give." I.G., Columbia, South Carolina Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 22
TODAY'S BABIES SHOULD BE TAUGHT THIS PRAYER "Two little eyes to look up to God, Two little ears to hear His Word. Two little feet to walk in His Way, Two little hands to work all the day. One little heart to love Him in Youth, One little tongue to speak the truth. Take them, 0 God, and let them he Good and obedient unto Thee." Surely there was a reason when a Royal Air Force Fighter Pilot communicated this as his final earthly message to a mother uncon scious that her son had been shot down into the English Channel by the enemy on the first day of the Battle for Britain! So clearly was the call made to her at 4 a.m. on August 9, 1940 that she woke up saying: "Yes, every child should have the chance to learn to pray it and mean what it says." She was startled at the episode, since at that time she knew nothing of the military engagements the day before, nor that her son had been killed in the battle. She wondered why the message sounded so imperative. Not for some twenty years had she thought of these lines when her baby boy used to pray them, carrying out the gestures of each thought with reverent sincerity as he knelt at bed-time in communion with His Creator. In what more worderul way could that son have chosen to warn that Mother? His own 27 years of earthly service to God were fin ished, but the prayer will be an hundred-fold fulfilled if the b a bies of today -- our sons of God -- are taught to pray this prayer and to mean what they are saying. THE FIVE RITES DO HELP "Enclosed is a check in amount of $16 for which send me eight copies of vThe Eye of Revelation* by ICelder. I received a copy from a friend and began to practise the Rites. I am well pleased with the results. Now other friends would like copies." J.P.M., Gilbertsville, Penna. Occasional orders like these are so encouraging, indicating that Peter Xelder*s little work on the Rites of Rejuvenation con tinues to be of help. One couple complained of dizziness and ina bility to do Rite No. 1, the clock-wise spinning, until we discovered that they were doing the turns with their eyeB closed! Who would not get dizzy under such circumstances? Any normal person should experience some vertigo from rapid turns, especially when coming to a stop; but the human system has enormous capacity for adaptability; and continual daily practise should enable one to build up to 15 ©r 20 turns with no real discomfort. So keep trying. The results in balancing the body forces are well worth the effort. . . $2.00 a cop} Sept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 34
THE NEGATIVE FIRE OF THE MAGNET ' " And the positive fire of the carbon, create balance! "flease send a carbon rod if one is in stock. We recently discovered that a magnet on one side of a jar of water and carbon rod on the other seems to remove toxins. Using the positive end as suggested by Mr. G. did not seem to hurry the process. With the 40 lb. magnet 24 hours was needed. (This Associate checks his researches by radiesthesia.) After obtaining a 150 lb. magnet from Edmund Co. the time to polarize the water was cut to 8 hrs. We were having headaches and finally traced them to our drinking water. The water treatment helped make us better. "After reading your article on salt, we tried it. The Leslie table salt did not dissolve well, making the water cloudy. Coarse salt like used in water softeners dissolved quite well, leaving the water clear. Also we find that salt from a desert source is much better than salt evaporated from dirty bay water." R.S., Santa Rosa, California "OUTERMOST" Is Gene Duplantier's first venture into Saucer "books", 8^x11, 40 pages, illustrated by the editor, offset printed, and loaded with interesting short articles on every phase of UFO activity by Rich ard Shaver, George Adamski, Otto Binder, Ken Larson, Gray Barker, Rey D 1Aquila, Armand Laprade and others. Tony Kimery writes that Roy Thinnes, star of the now-canceled TV series, "The Invaders", was eager to accept the part because of his own Flying Saucer sight ings, and was also forced to quit the series because of threats and pressure from unidentified authorities". "Outermost" Is $1.50 a copy, Canadian, and can be obtained from Saucers, Space and Sci ence, 17 Shetland St., Willowdale, Ontario, Canada. PLEASE SEND A SUN-MOON MAGNETIC VIHIZZIE, QUICK! "I couldn’t find a name for the carbon rod-magnet whizzie any where. I am enclosing a check for $5 . V ie have noted the improve ment in T.M., 85 , since she has been using it. She has been having poor health for some time, a remarkable little person with lots of courage and comeback but lately has had to be careful about going out to entertainments or taking long rides. Last weekend she went to a Mexican dance program at the City College Bowl in Santa Moni ca. It began at 8:30 p.m. and it was necessary to be there around seven to get a seat, and she stood up much of the time in order to see well after the program began, didn't get hone until 11:30 p.m. and felt just fine the next day. I'm sure she couldn't have done it a month ago. Just thought you'd like to know. If the little combo makes a new woman out of me, will get the bigger one later, the Vitic Device. I eat the Journal raw, without salt, from cover to cover!" E.K., Los Angeles, California Vitic is now $40 plus postage & tax, using 150 lb. pull radar magnetSept-Oct 1970 RR, Page 35
COMING CF THE GUARDIANS Meade Layne's magnum opus on the Etheric or 4-D origin of the Flying Saucers. This is the only explanation or hypothesis vhich makes good science and good metaphysics, as it embraces all the data which has been accumulated since the Inner Circle gave it to the world through Mark Probert in 1947. It was said then that deep space tra vel -- that is, beyond the Moon -- is impossible for man in his nor mal physical body. Now, 23 years later, both Russian and American space scientists are admitting it! COG also contains Rolf Telano's material about the patrol and protective activities of the Guardians who hold back the hordes of Invaders from outer space. Mimeo book, Illustrated, 8&xll, 90pp, post & tax paid........ $3.00 YOU LIVE IN FOUR WORLDS Lesson VII, in our Series of Studies in the "Invisible Reality B e hind Appearances", discusses in detail the higher levels or planes of consciousness from which the UFOs, and in fact all life, appears, and contains a 20-page discussion of how these different worlds or planes register in your own consciousness. For those interested in practical magick there is a Ritual for Abundance. 68-page Paperback, illustrated, post and tax paid. . . . $2.50
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