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RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES The complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe With an Introduction by Tim Swartz A Collective Work in Public Domain “Collective Work” means a work, such as a periodical issue, anthology or encyclopedia, in which the Work in its entirety in unmodified form, along with a number of other contributions, constit RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES The complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe With an Introduction by Tim Swartz A Collective Work in Public Domain “Collective Work” means a work, such as a periodical issue, anthology or encyclopedia, in which the Work in its entirety in unmodified form, along with a number of other contributions, constituting separate and independent works in themselves, are assembled into a collective whole. Published by Kerson Publishing Company 6460-65 Convoy Court San Diego, California 92117-2312-0015 A. D. 2012 All Applicable Rights Reserved RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES This new book contains the complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe. Living With The Lama: This work is proof that animals are not the dumb creatures many people think they are. This book is not fiction but was transmitted to the author by mental telepathy! “Why should I not write a book?” I thought. “True that I am a cat, but not an ordinary cat. Oh, dear, no! I am old an infirm, and is that not reason enough to put to paper the events of my life while I am still able?” “A positively delightful story by a master yarn-spinner.” William Kern The Saffron Robe: When Gautama had left the Palace of his father, the king, his mind was in a turmoil. He had undergone a most shatteringly sudden experience of seeing illness when he had not known of illness, of seeing death when he had not known death, and of seeing peace profound, utter tranquility, and contentment. His thoughts were that, as the wearer of the contented look was also wearing a monk’s robe, then contentment and inner peace would be found in the garb of a monk and, thus it was that he set forth on his search for inner tranquility, in his search for the meaning of life. COMPILER’S NOTE: Two of Rampa’s books are contained in this single volume. The texts were carefully proofed to correct a number of scanning and editing errors which have been found in nearly all editions of the books that were republished after the originals went out of print. Duplicated paragraphs, sentences and paragraphs that were misplaced, and spelling errors have been corrected to provide today’s interested readers with the most compete and accurate editions of Rampa’s books that it is possible to produce.


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RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES The complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe With an Introduction by Tim Swartz A Collective Work in Public Domain “Collective Work” means a work, such as a periodical issue, anthology or encyclopedia, in which the Work in its entirety in unmodified form, along with a number of other contributions, constit RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES The complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe With an Introduction by Tim Swartz A Collective Work in Public Domain “Collective Work” means a work, such as a periodical issue, anthology or encyclopedia, in which the Work in its entirety in unmodified form, along with a number of other contributions, constituting separate and independent works in themselves, are assembled into a collective whole. Published by Kerson Publishing Company 6460-65 Convoy Court San Diego, California 92117-2312-0015 A. D. 2012 All Applicable Rights Reserved RAMPA: SECRETS OF THE AGES This new book contains the complete and corrected text of two Rampa books: Living With The Lama and The Saffron Robe. Living With The Lama: This work is proof that animals are not the dumb creatures many people think they are. This book is not fiction but was transmitted to the author by mental telepathy! “Why should I not write a book?” I thought. “True that I am a cat, but not an ordinary cat. Oh, dear, no! I am old an infirm, and is that not reason enough to put to paper the events of my life while I am still able?” “A positively delightful story by a master yarn-spinner.” William Kern The Saffron Robe: When Gautama had left the Palace of his father, the king, his mind was in a turmoil. He had undergone a most shatteringly sudden experience of seeing illness when he had not known of illness, of seeing death when he had not known death, and of seeing peace profound, utter tranquility, and contentment. His thoughts were that, as the wearer of the contented look was also wearing a monk’s robe, then contentment and inner peace would be found in the garb of a monk and, thus it was that he set forth on his search for inner tranquility, in his search for the meaning of life. COMPILER’S NOTE: Two of Rampa’s books are contained in this single volume. The texts were carefully proofed to correct a number of scanning and editing errors which have been found in nearly all editions of the books that were republished after the originals went out of print. Duplicated paragraphs, sentences and paragraphs that were misplaced, and spelling errors have been corrected to provide today’s interested readers with the most compete and accurate editions of Rampa’s books that it is possible to produce.

35 review for Rampa: Secrets of the Ages (Rampa Anthology)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Anthony R. Vecchiarelli

    This volume contains two books: Living With the Lama and The Saffron Robe. Living with the Lama is a book little girls between the ages of 8 and 15 will probably enjoy. Day to day domestic events constitute the story. Not much happens and there is not much of a plot. Time goes by is about all the action there is here. If you are expecting Feline intelligence, wisdom, or serenity, you will be sorely disappointed. I read about three quarters of it before giving up. If this is what telepathy with This volume contains two books: Living With the Lama and The Saffron Robe. Living with the Lama is a book little girls between the ages of 8 and 15 will probably enjoy. Day to day domestic events constitute the story. Not much happens and there is not much of a plot. Time goes by is about all the action there is here. If you are expecting Feline intelligence, wisdom, or serenity, you will be sorely disappointed. I read about three quarters of it before giving up. If this is what telepathy with cats yields, who needs it? I wonder why our man Lobsang bothered to write this book. Money maybe? The Saffron Robe recounts Rampa's early years in the lamasery. It's more interesting and fits in with the other three autobiographical books he wrote. From that point of view it's worth reading to get a fuller picture of his life. It's not stunning or particularly exciting, neither are there any momentous spiritual insights or events.

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