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Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Enlarge cover. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Lobsang Rampa. Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Cave of the Ancients by T. Cave of the Ancients by T. Behind the great Himalayan range, there lies all-seeing, all-knowing power and enlightenment.
It is a way of life that may now be destroyed for all time, a spiritual culture with roots in the ancient world, the remote lamaseries of Tibet. It is here that T. Lobsang Rampa journeyed on the road to self-awareness, to these age-old repositories of wisdom -- where the Lamas learn Behind the great Himalayan range, there lies all-seeing, all-knowing power and enlightenment. Lobsang Rampa journeyed on the road to self-awareness, to these age-old repositories of wisdom -- where the Lamas learn the meaning of life and death, where the mysterious relationship between the mind and the brain is uncovered, where the secrets of hypnotism, telepathy, clairvoyance, and reincarnation are a part of daily life.
Here too Rampa learned power -- but not for abuse or misuse. For the power of supreme enlightenment and universal knowledge is only offered to a chosen few, to those introduced to the strange and exciting world of. Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published July 28th by Corgi Books first published More Details Original Title.
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Showing Average rating 3. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Start your review of Cave of the Ancients. Aug 25, Jeannette Jackson rated it it was amazing Shelves: my-journey-books.
I will always love this book.. I have no doubts.. Jan 31, Dawn Anderson rated it really liked it Shelves: spirituality-growth. Sep 20, John Brooke rated it liked it Shelves: inspirational.
Revealing the mysteries within our very souls. A wonderful inspiring read. Oct 04, Adina Balasu rated it it was amazing. One of the most fascinating reads I came across. Sep 09, Mitchell Hyman rated it really liked it. It's journey for the reader as well. A book to give insight to those who question where we are in the grand scheme of things. Apr 19, Klaralyn gatz is currently reading it.
Aug 28, Ariadne Deborah Fassel rated it really liked it. I still find myself mostly in agreement with the philosophies of this book, even after 40 or so years and much study. Es un libro muy interesante, donde en cada capitulo se relatan saberes ancestrales principalmente provenientes del oriente y del mundo budista, pero siempre teniendo consciencia de otros modos de ver cada tema en las distintas partes del mundo.
Apr 08, Em rated it it was ok. I began several times this review trying to come up with something teasing or interesting, but at the end of the day I don't have anything. This book is pretty much exactly like that. Oct 22, Srikanth Palaparthy rated it it was amazing.
A good book for one time read. Mar 09, S'hi rated it liked it Shelves: biography , esoteric-studies , philosophy , meditation , politics , psychology-of-power-relations , religion , war , travel.
In this volume of the Rampa tale more modern themes present themselves. Relationships are considered with some interesting views that allow for the lived experiences of others rather than simply accepting the open tradition of heterosexual monogamy. However, it is still cautious territory. Strangely for someone supposedly capable of many mental or psychic techniques, the skill of reading an aura seems mostly focussed on the development of a machine to aid the acceptance of this in the west.
If th In this volume of the Rampa tale more modern themes present themselves. If the only attempts to gain financial support for this research are these books it seems little wonder that the money was not forthcoming. Yet the possibility of others learning and using these techniques for their own purposes has the parallel complaint of delineating what is genuine psychic development from what is merely fantastic imaginary indulgence. Once again the verdict seems to be to keep reading the books to help you sort such arguments out for yourself.
Mar 12, Mckinley rated it did not like it Shelves: series , spititual , novel. This starts up where The Third Eye leaves off. A one page introduction by the author, Cyril Henry Hoskin, restates he is the host for the reincarnate T. A life deeply seeped in the occult and esoteric studies. I found this less fun and engaging than the first book. There is nothing new from the first book.
It jumps pretty much straight into the occult and strange events. There's no doubt here that this isn't Buddhist or Hindi doctrines. Additionally there are some odd comments abou This starts up where The Third Eye leaves off. Additionally there are some odd comments about Christianity and, to a much lesser extent, Judaism. It's quite a mash-up of spiritual beliefs.
Much of the occult and paranormal events are glossed over - of course. There an ironic paragraph at the end of one of the early chapters about being careful what one reads; it's not that the words are harmful but rather the thoughts stemming and generated by those words and ideas that can really jam one up!! Amusing read which left me responding much as I did when I read She by Haggard; loving the story while knowing, sadly, it was all fiction. The book made no sense to me as an independent story.
The material corresponding to the title comes somewhere in the middle, giving the reader a lot to imagine but little to relate to rest of the novel. Subsequent to the visit to the cave. And then, the book abruptly ends. Why it ends at that particular point is a mystery.
It could have been stopped at any point before and still remain equally i The book made no sense to me as an independent story. It could have been stopped at any point before and still remain equally incomplete.
Its a mystery where the author wanted to take the novel. Jun 20, Ken Thompson added it. Very interesting and a very different read. Andre Wyatt rated it liked it Aug 16, Joe rated it liked it Nov 21, Ana Vanessa Oliveira rated it liked it Apr 27, Fernanda Sarcasmo rated it really liked it Apr 03, Brad rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Subash rated it really liked it Oct 01, Fragonard rated it it was amazing Sep 23,
The Cave of the Ancients
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Lobsang Rampa is the pen name of an author who wrote books with paranormal and occult themes. His best known work is The Third Eye , published in Britain in 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. It was written by a man named Tuesday Lobsang Rampa, and it purported to relate his experiences while growing up in Chakpori Lamasery,  Chokpori , Tibet, after being sent there at the age of seven. The title of the book is derived from an operation, similar to trepanation , that Rampa claimed he had undergone, in which a small hole was drilled into his forehead to arouse the third eye and enhance powers of clairvoyance.