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by Phylos the Thibetan

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  • ISBN 0875050891
  • ISBN13 978-0875050898
  • Language English
  • Author Phylos the Thibetan
  • Publisher Borden Publishing Company (January 1, 1940)
  • Formats docx mbr mobi doc
  • Category Religion
  • Subcategory Occult and Paranormal
  • Size ePub 1748 kb
  • Size Fb2 1814 kb
  • Rating: 4.6
  • Votes: 483

In this extension of Phylos the Thibetans' treaties on the soul progression of Mainin, we find dialog between the Higher spirit and the more carnal earthly self of Mainin. A dialog filled with truths and examples retraced many times in other texts. That life is an overcoming of SELF, and service to others is the example of all spiritual adepts and the Christ. This is another in a line of books and iconic personalities of the late nineteenth century so full of spiritualism and exploration. Edgar Cacye, Madam Blatavatsky, and Carl Jung. Read, digest, and decide for yourself where it fits in this grand scheme we call life. As sometimes the movie "The Matix" seems an apt example of the illusion presented to us in life, and reincarnation explains alot about the souls progression toward an exceptable level of achievment before being presented before the almighty. Would that we had the "Sons of the Solitude" and the "Mount Shasta" school to guide our steps more carefully.

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An Earth Dweller's Return 1940; and Atlantis Speaks Again 1960

An Earth Dweller's Return 1940; and Atlantis Speaks Again 1960. A Dweller on Two Planets or The Dividing of the Way is a book written by Frederick Spencer Oliver, who was born in 1866.

Home Phylos the Thibetan An Earth Dweller's Return. Title: An Earth Dweller's Return Publisher: Borden Publishing Company Publication Date: 1969 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Near Fine Dust Jacket Condition: Near Fine. Published by Borden Publishing Company, 1969. Yol Gorro, Phylos the Thibetan.

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The text of A Dweller on Two Planets relates the story of two of Phylos's earthly incarnations, the . Phylos the Tibetan; Oliver, Frederick Spencer; Nimrai, Beth (1940), Zitko, Howard John, e. An Earth Dweller's Return, Milwaukee, Wi. Lemurian Press.

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Malodred
After spending about 1/2 my life wrestling w/ the first Dweller book, gradually coming to adopt it as my own perspectives on earthly living, I couldn't help but be curious about the 2nd installment. Like the first, it's loaded w/ universal truths, but unlike the first, lacks coherence. I assume book II was written specifically to sucker people into the Lemurian Fellowship cult--whether it did or not is another matter. In book II, Phylos claims to have ransomed Mainin from hell, this, by way of using his (Phylos') ascended master status to temporarily subdue Satan (or Maelus). Then Mainin reincarnates 22 times, eventually reentering Earth as Franklin Oliver to be Phylos' stenographer. Trouble is, Frederick Oliver was born before Phylos completed his own final incarnation--before Phylos even knew whether he'd ascend to Hespera (Heaven). So who ransomed Mainin 22 lifetimes ago? Then, there's the trouble of the Lolix character. In the 1st Dweller, she returns as Phylos' earthly bride, Elizabeth; in the 2nd Dweller, while as the same time as being wife Elizabeth, she's also Oliver's mom. Meanwhile, throughout the 2nd book you read endless praises for the 1940's new age "Lemurian Fellowship" cult--something with only about 30 remaining members (if that). If you loved the 1st Dweller book you will at least find the 2nd somewhat enjoyable, yet you'll get the impression this was only partly channeled--and mostly strung-together with a hodgepodge of Oliver's notes. Before he died, Oliver attracted a new-age circle of speculative authors and mediums, and I believe these are the folks who put this 2nd work together (then they stuck Phylos' name on the thing--along w/ about 4 other "contributing ascended masters"). If there was no nefarious cult indoctrination purpose, then blame the inconsistency on their naivete'--trying to appear as more than they were. But the latter book is devoid of the iron-like logical progression of the first. It's an interesting hodgepodge, yet still just a hodgepodge.
Nidora
In this extension of Phylos the Thibetans' treaties on the soul progression of Mainin, we find dialog between the Higher spirit and the more carnal earthly self of Mainin. A dialog filled with truths and examples retraced many times in other texts. That life is an overcoming of SELF, and service to others is the example of all spiritual adepts and the Christ. This is another in a line of books and iconic personalities of the late nineteenth century so full of spiritualism and exploration. Edgar Cacye, Madam Blatavatsky, and Carl Jung. Read, digest, and decide for yourself where it fits in this grand scheme we call life. As sometimes the movie "The Matix" seems an apt example of the illusion presented to us in life, and reincarnation explains alot about the souls progression toward an exceptable level of achievment before being presented before the almighty. Would that we had the "Sons of the Solitude" and the "Mount Shasta" school to guide our steps more carefully.
Pettalo
This is supposed to be the sequel to "A Dweller on Two Planets" by Phylos the Thibetan. We're talking about channeled material and, while no one could easily doubt the authenticity of the first book, I cannot say the same about this one.
Kikora
This book should be read after reading A Dweller on Two Planets. An Earth Dweller's Return is the sequel. Both books were absolutely astonishing with information of earth's past history and certainly believable. These two books were entirely believable and will send chills up your spine. Two of the best books I have ever read!