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Rampa author T. Lobsang Rampa characters ↠ 7 ì ➽ [Reading] ➿ Rampa By T. Lobsang Rampa ➲ – Gwairsoft.co.uk RAMPATIME IN THE STONEThe complete and corrected text of two Rampa booksThe HermitandThe Tibetan SageWith an Introduction by Tim SwartzA Collective Work in Public Domain“Collective Work” means a w REyeless sockets Long long years before as a young lama he had been set upon by Chinese officials in Lhasa and cruelly blinded for not revealing State secrets which he did not possess Tortured maimed and blinded he had wandered embittered and disillusioned away from the city Moving by night he walked on almost insane with pain and shock he avoided human company Thinking always thinkingTHE TIBETAN SAGE “Lobsang LOBSANG” Dimly I seemed to swim up from the depths of a sleep of exhaustion It had been a terrible day but now well I was being called Again the voice broke in “Lobsang” But I suddenly felt commotion about me opened my eyes and thought the mountain was falling on top of me A hand reached out and a uick jerk lifted me from my place of rest and swu.
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Ng me rapidly aside barely in time too because a massive rock with sharp edges slid down behind me and ripped off my robe uickly I stumbled to my feet and in a half daze followed him to a little ledge at the far end of which was a very small hermitageCOMPILER’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 produc.
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Rampa author T. Lobsang RamRAMPATIME IN THE STONEThe complete and corrected text of two Rampa booksThe HermitandThe Tibetan SageWith an Introduction by Tim SwartzA 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 wholePublished byKerson Publishing Company Convoy CourtSan Diego CaliforniaA D All Applicable Rights ReservedRAMPA TIME IN THE STONEThis new book contains the complete and corrected text of two Rampa books The Hermit and The Tibetan SageTHE HERMIT The old hermit kept silent seemingly gazing into an infinity of pasts through.