Discover the Knowledge of the Great Mystic Masters and the Origins of Their Wisdom and Power. Throughout the ages, accounts of highly enlightened masters possessed of unparalleled knowledge and power appear in the traditions of cultures throughout the world. Transcribed directly from the journals and field notes of explorer M.G. Hawking’s five years in the Himalayan regions of Nepal and Tibet, this book examines the existence of these great masters, presents an in-depth description of their profound knowledge, and explores the possible origins of their wisdom and remarkable powers.
Begin with a rare esoteric manuscript, “The Golden Crown,” a creation of the great Egyptian Master Kalika-Khenmetaten, who authored her masterpiece under the patronage of the Kings Amenhotep III and Amenhotep IV (Akhenaten) over three-thousand-three-hundred years ago, detailing the knowledge, practices and powers of a supreme master of the distant ages. Explore the possible origins of the wisdom of the great masters through accounts of encounters the author and his companions had with individuals they believe to be the true Ri-iha-mo, the “celestial goddesses” that are so legendary throughout the Himalayan regions of Nepal, Tibet, and beyond. These encounters, insofar as extensive research indicates, have no counterpart in available world literature. The underlying concepts are present in many profound literatures, both modern and ancient, but no actual descriptions of conversations with the Ri-iha-mo, the fabled “celestials,” that reveal profound revelations about our Universe, our planet, and our true nature, revelations that can greatly assist in understanding our world, its history, and our role and power to create precisely the life we desire.