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How is it that one man could discover so much information?

He simply cared enough to want it and had the intelligence and persistence to research and find it.

Few men have been trained in all the Eastern philosophies and in the highest levels of Western science as well.

Knowing that his research was only as valuable as it provided workable solutions to man’s problems, he tested all of his discoveries and found the most effective methods for applying the results of his research. His workable methods enabled him to continue research into higher and higher realms of spiritual awareness.


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