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A Brief Background on Lobsang Rampa:

Tuesday Lobsang Rampa was a writer who claimed to have been a Lama in Tibet before spending the second part of his life in the body of a British man. Cyril Henry Hoskin (8 April 1910 – 25 January 1981) described himself as the "host" of Tuesday Lobsang Rampa. The name Tuesday relates to a claim in The Third Eye that Tibetans are named after the day of the week on which they were born.

17: I Believe - (1977)
In this book Dr Rampa will tell of a person who commits suicide and exactly what happens and how they have to repay the debt which can span many lives - each time conditions getting harder and harder - anyone contemplating suicide should read this. God: from different perspectives. Woman's Liberation and where women went wrong.

18: Three Lives - (1977)
The cycle of lives by three very different people and what they would perceive as death because of their beliefs. We follow each path and see how their journeys terminate at the same place - albeit a scenic route for some. The direct path is in front yet; mankind continually takes the scenic route.

19: Tibetan Sage - (1980)
The final book. Dr Rampa recalls experiences with his guide in the 'inner temple' the cave of the ancients. How the world started, how it going and the evils of petroleum which is NOT a fossil fuel. Lobsang's final words before departing this world in January 1981 aged over a hundred years old.

20: My Visit to Venus
This was never published as a book, but as an article for a UFO Magazine...
This book should not have been published really, but I am prepared to believe that you published in good faith under the assumption that I was in South America and so not available.To regularise your position I suggest this; you make two alterations as requested by me, and I will give you permission to publish and sell the book. I will not take royalties on this book, “My Visit toVenus,” but instead you can send ten per cent of your profits to The Save A Cat League of 245 West 25th Street, New York City, because poor little cats have a miserable time in this hard world. TL Rampa (Letter)

No Mirrors, Please!


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