that still today it is the all-time bestselling book about Tibet in any language. In chapter seven of the book, the young Tibetan acolyte (who would only in later Rampa books take over the body of the Englishman Cyril Hoskins), in the presence of his teacher, has a hole drilled into his forehead, through the skin, flesh and skull.
third eye, but in fact it is entirely oriented toward the realm of human action. It has no transcending function, no ability to intuit higher transworldly metaphysical truths of any kind".
They can be clear the possible connections with the Third Ear Band's idea of a third ear able to get the inner dimension of a person...
About the controversial figure of Lobsang Rampa, you can read something at the Wikipedia page http://en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lobsang_Rampa
An official Web site of him also exists at
Soon some memories by Rab about the meeting with Glen, Carolyn and Steve Pank in London in 1967...
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