The Holiest of the Holies (THOTH), the Last Testament

The Holiest of the Holies (THOTH), the Last Testament Author : Maitreya (Joseph Emmanuel)
Release : 2013-06-20
Publisher : Mission of Maitreya
ISBN : 098189626X
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For thousands of years humanity has longed for a truth, revelation, or knowledge that explains the unity of God behind all mystical experiences, previous revelations, and religions of the world, and the truth behind the universe (science). There have been mystical explanations of God from those claiming they have experienced the truth by direct contact with Spirit. There are also those who have founded great religions of the world. However, a great confusion still reigns among spiritualists, religions of the world, and the many different branches within each religion. If you study this Book carefully, with a sincere mind and an Open Heart, it will be revealed to you that the major religions on earth are not contradictory and separated at all. In fact they are complementary and were sent to earth systematically by One God. When this is understood, the Path to Salvation (Eternal Divine Path) is known! This book is the main writing of Maitreya of the Mission of Maitreya:

The Divine Connect with Maitreya Dadashreeji

The Divine Connect with Maitreya Dadashreeji Author : Maitreyi Roopa
Release : 2021-08-30
Publisher : Blue Rose Publishers
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A teacher by profession with a doctorate in mechanical engineering, Maitreyi Roopa loves teaching students. A deep interest in spirituality, led her to her Master-Maitreya Dadashreeji. This ‘divine connect’ with Maitreya Dadashreeji brought a profound inner change, in her understanding of life. With this divine association, she began experiencing the grace of the divine in myriad ways in her life. Through various life experiences, the author takes us on her spiritual journey with her master-Maitreya Dadashreeji.

Maitreya, the Future Buddha

Maitreya, the Future Buddha Author : Alan Sponberg
Release : 1988-04-29
Publisher : CUP Archive
ISBN : 0521343445
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This 1988 book is a multidisciplinary and cross-cultural study of the legend that has evolved around the figure of Maitreya.

Path of the Swan: The Maitreya Chronicles

Path of the Swan: The Maitreya Chronicles Author : Charu Singh
Release : 2014-04-15
Publisher : Hachette UK
ISBN : 9350097079
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A moment of intense silence followed and then the Rigden spoke up, his voice even: ÔYou have all been called today before the sacred court and from now, in every breath, in every heartbeat, in the shadow of every moment, in the intensity of the thoughtless state, in life, and in not-life, in physical or subtle form, we declare you our emissaries, our sacred envoys to the world of men. Shambala has a task for youÉÕ Lama Ozer and hisÊnovitiate Tashi leave the hidden monastery where they have lived all their livesÊin answer to a call from the legendary kingdom of Shambala received by the lama while deep in trance. Battling the freezing cold and snow of high, mist-laden mountain passes and the many evil forces that thwart their progress, they trek through Sikkim and Tibet to arrive at the Silver Fortress. Here they meet a host of divine and dark celestial beings, including the golden dakini, Yeshe Nam Lha, daughter of the Goddess Tara; Prince A-KarO, heir to the Lha Empire; and Prince Narasimha, heir to the Rigdens and the Shambala legacy. Both the princes are YesheÕs guardians and suitors, and she must travel with them to Earth where it is decreed that her child, Maitreya, the saviour, will be born. But before that happens they have the Asur forces to combat, and the dark prince Arden, who holds Yeshe captive, enthralled by his brooding menace, bewitched by his spell. Drawing richly from the vast pantheon of otherworldly beings that populate the myths of the Mahayana school of Buddhism, Path of the Swan, the first part of the surreally beautiful Tibetan-Buddhist fantasy series The Maitreya Chronicles, is a mesmerizingÊsaga of the battle between celestials and dark forces, and the descent of the celestials to Earth.

Cosmic religion of Maitreya

Cosmic religion of Maitreya Author : Галина Музаева
Release : 2020-10-16
Publisher : Litres
ISBN : 5042902147
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The publication tells about the activities of the community “Revival”, Bakshi Galina Muzaeva and her disciples.The contents of the book are records of contacts made with messengers of the Lord of the Universe, Kegshin Tsagan Aawa. In addition to the amazing information about the Cosmos transmitted to the Earth, the way of understanding the secrets of the universe is revealed, and the performance of responsible tasks in order to strengthen ties with Higher Forces is described.Projects, drawings and diagrams obtained during communication sessions with the space forces over a number of years are presented. These landmarks helped us achieve our goal in many ways.Издание повествует о деятельности общины «Возрождение», Бакши Галины Музаевой и ее учеников.Содержание книги – записи контактов, установленных с посланцами Властелина Вселенной Кегшин Цаган Аавы. Кроме удивительной информации о Космосе, переданной на Землю, раскрыт путь постижения тайн мироздания, описано выполнение ответственных заданий с целью укрепления связей с Высшими Силами.Представлены проекты, рисунки и схемы, полученные во время сеансов связи с космическими силами на протяжении ряда лет. Эти ориентиры-указатели во многом помогли достичь поставленной цели.Данное издание – еще одно яркое доказательство малопознанных резервов и возможностей, таящихся в человеке. Изложенная «фактура» заставляет задуматься над судьбой землянина и его «обители», посмотреть на себя со стороны как на детище Космоса.Книга рассчитана не только на массового читателя, но и адресована ученым разных специальностей, интересующимся необычными, невероятными явлениями и исследующим их.В формате PDF A4 сохранён издательский дизайн.

Maitreya. The Connection the Visible and the Invisible

Maitreya. The Connection the Visible and the Invisible Author : Elah
Release : 2018-01-13
Publisher : Litres
ISBN : 5040941226
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It’s the English translation tried to make the author with the Russian language of the original book. The book has several levels of reading that correspond to levels or layers of the reality of our world. A mini-labyrinth of reflections – a fragment from the labyrinth of our multi-layered reality was hidden behind adventures of heroes of history. It has the displays – doors between different layers of reality, and the keys to open them, etc. The success in reading at all levels of the story!

Miracles of Book and Body

Miracles of Book and Body Author : Charlotte Eubanks
Release : 2011-01
Publisher : Univ of California Press
ISBN : 0520265610
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Miracles of Book and Body is the first book to explore the intersection of two key genres of sacred literature in medieval Japan: sutras, or sacred Buddhist texts, and setsuwa, or "explanatory tales," used in sermons and collected in written compilations. For most of East Asia, Buddhist sutras were written in Classical Chinese and inaccessible to many devotees. How, then, did such devotees access these texts? Charlotte Eubanks argues that the medieval genre of "explanatory tales" illuminates the link between human body (devotee) and sacred text (sutra). She focuses on the sensual aspects of religious experience and on the act of reading, understood as the literal incorporation of sutra texts into the body and thus a bridge between text and flesh. Eubanks's highly original approach to understanding Buddhist textuality also looks beyond Japan to explore pre-modern book history, practices of preaching, miracles of reading, and the Mah y na Buddhist "cult of the book."


Maitreya Author : RL Morton
Release : 2018-06-19
Publisher : Lulu Press, Inc
ISBN : 1304630250
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Maitreya . . . think Hunger Games & Twilight meet Scripture.Have you read the Bible or seen any films based on the Bible? Maitreya was written for anyone with the courage to fight, like Katniss Everdeen, for an Authentic Faith for Our Time. Are you seeking spiritual Truth? Maitreya is the fictional sequel to the Bible's New Testament and will challenge you to rebuild the foundation of your Faith and introduce you to concepts that will lead us into the coming Kingdom Age. Maitreya will take you on a journey from the desperate depths of spiritual Armageddon, to the soaring heights of believing the Creator is alive and well. Along the way you'll find yourself searching for the Light to establish and grow a working, enlightened faith in a world desperately in need of coming together by honoring a universal God.

Nelson's Illustrated Guide to Religions

Nelson's Illustrated Guide to Religions Author : Thomas Nelson
Release : 2009-05-17
Publisher : Thomas Nelson
ISBN : 1418577464
File Size : 40.90 MB
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A comprehensive introduction to the religions of the world analyzed from a Christian perspective Nelson's Illustrated Guide to Religions covers more than 200 religions, sects, and cults, most of them ones the reader might encounter on any given day. It is the most complete and up-to-date Christian guide to world religions. Perfect for the student as well as the layperson. Written by leading expert in religions, James A. Beverley.

Great Sanskrit Plays

Great Sanskrit Plays Author : P. Lal
Release : 1964
Publisher : New Directions Publishing
ISBN : 9780811200790
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Professor Lal has provided an introduction on the history and aesthetic theory of Sanskrit drama, individual prefaces for each play, a phonetic guide to the pronunciation of the Indian names, and a selective bibliography.

The Little Clay Cart

The Little Clay Cart Author : Śūdraka
Release : 2021-04-10
Publisher : Good Press
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"The Little Clay Cart" by Śūdraka (translated by Arthur William Ryder). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide range of titles that encompasses every genre. From well-known classics & literary fiction and non-fiction to forgotten−or yet undiscovered gems−of world literature, we issue the books that need to be read. Each Good Press edition has been meticulously edited and formatted to boost readability for all e-readers and devices. Our goal is to produce eBooks that are user-friendly and accessible to everyone in a high-quality digital format.

Heart of Asia

Heart of Asia Author : Nicholas Roerich
Release : 1990-11
Publisher : Inner Traditions / Bear & Co
ISBN : 9780892813025
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Roerich recounts his journeys to more than fifty monasteries and his meetings with lamas eager to share their spiritual insights and heritage with the Western world. Included are dramatic episodes of snow blindness, mountain floods, and mysterious electrical phenomena, as well as intimate depictions of daily life in the rigorous yet beautiful Himalayan environment.

The Legend and Cult of Upagupta

The Legend and Cult of Upagupta Author : John S. Strong
Release : 2017-03-14
Publisher : Princeton University Press
ISBN : 1400887143
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The Buddhist monk Upagupta, who preached and taught meditative practices in Northwest India over two thousand years ago, is venerated today by the laity in parts of Burma, Thailand, and Laos as a protective figure endowed with magical powers. In this monumental work John Strong offers a systematic presentation of the Indian and Southeast Asian legends and rituals surrounding this popular saint. Once considered by Buddhist authorities as only marginally important, Upagupta emerges here as a central, ubiquitous figure within the Buddhist world. The author demonstrates the remarkable continuity among traditions focused on Upagupta in ancient Sarvastivadin Sanskrit materials, key Pali texts, medieval Thai and Burmese texts, and contemporary oral traditions and religious rituals in Southeast Asia. In so doing he reflects the orientation of popular Sanskrit Hinayana Buddhism, which allows for new perspectives on such classic questions as the nature of enlightenment, the role of asceticism, the problem of evil, the worship of the Buddha image, the veneration of saints, master-disciple relationships, the treatment of heterodoxy, and the relation of myth and ritual. Originally published in 1992. The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of Princeton University Press. These editions preserve the original texts of these important books while presenting them in durable paperback and hardcover editions. The goal of the Princeton Legacy Library is to vastly increase access to the rich scholarly heritage found in the thousands of books published by Princeton University Press since its founding in 1905.

The Birth of the Maitreya

The Birth of the Maitreya Author : Bāṇī Basu
Release : 2004
Publisher : Popular Prakashan
ISBN : 9788185604619
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In Writing About The Times Of The Buddha, Bani Basu Composes A New Jataka, The Traditional Format In Which The Tales Of The Different Births Of The Buddha Were Written Down. In This Jataka-As-A-Novel, She Grapples With History And The Revolutionary Ideas Of The Buddha, Who Suggested New Ways Of Living, New Political Formations, Of A Major Change In Belief, Indeed, In Thinking About God Or The Absence Of One. Delving Into History And Biography, Sanskrit And Pali, Her Novel Is Intriguingly Contemporary, Though Set In The Sixth Century Bc

Globalization, Nationalism and the Text of ‘Kichaka-Vadha’

Globalization, Nationalism and the Text of ‘Kichaka-Vadha’ Author : Rakesh H. Solomon
Release : 2015-03-15
Publisher : Anthem Press
ISBN : 1783084332
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In addition to providing the first English translation of the anticolonial Marathi classic ‘Kichaka-Vadha’, this volume is the only edition of the play, in any language, to provide an extensive historical-critical analysis which draws on a comprehensive range of archival documents. It is also the first study to locate this landmark text within such an expansive theatre-historical and political landscape. ‘Globalization, Nationalism and the Text of “Kichaka Vadha”’ illuminates the complex policies and mechanisms of theatrical censorship in the British Raj, and offers many rare production photographs.

Legend of Demon Master Kunpeng

Legend of Demon Master Kunpeng Author : Pu ShiDeHuangNiu
Release : 2020-06-05
Publisher : Funstory
ISBN : 1649482434
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A modern man traversing space and time had arrived at the prehistoric period. Who would have thought that he would actually become a great villain of the demon master, Kun Peng. In order to become a saint, many schemes were carried out, and finally, the story of becoming a saint was told ...

The Little Clay Cart

The Little Clay Cart Author : ??draka
Release : 1994-01-11
Publisher : SUNY Press
ISBN : 9780791417263
File Size : 45.59 MB
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The Little Clay Cart is a Sanskrit play revolving around a romantic theme of the love of a high-born man for a courtesan. It contains dramatic developments involving a dynastic overthrow and contains realistic portrayals of a wide range of characters.