Veerabrahmam: India's Nostradamus Saint

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Abhinav Publications, 1991 - Philosophy - 117 pages
True To Scriptural Prophecy, Godmen Have Arrived Among Indians Whenever Dharma Took A Back Seat. In Our Own Crassly Materialistic Age, Sri Satya Sai Baba Has Immeasurably Helped In The Recovery Of Faith Even On A Global Scale.Birth, Decay And Health Are Inherent In All Phenomena; They Are The Inescapable Ills Of Conditioned Existence, To Overcome Which The Sovereign Remedy Was Discovered By The Buddha In A Moment Of Supreme Illumination, 2500 Years Ago. But Short Of Nirvana, There Are Many Intervening Tiers Of Reality, Beyond The Terrestrial, And Numberless Have Been The Yogis Who Attained To Them. Veerabrahmam Is One Such Great Master Whose Supernormal Consciousness Unravelled The Mysteries Of Time. He Left His Findings Recorded On Palm Leaves, Collectively Called Kalajnana Or Knowledge Of Time, For The Benefit Of Worldlings.Currently, Astounding Prophecies Are Being Made And Miracles Worked By Sai Baba Of Puttaparthy. In 1989, He Predicted The Reunification Of Germany, For Example. His Knowledge Of What Is In Store For The World Is Found To Lie Scattered In The Hundreds Of Books Written About Him By Eminent Men Around The World. Millions Of His Followers Swear That He Is The Yogi, Alluded To By Veerabrahmam As The One Destined To Rule India. They Hopefully Await The Day When Baba At The End Of A World Conflagration, Will Bring The Battered Races Together, Give Them His Vibrant Faith To Live By, And Usher In An Age Of Unequalled Peace And Happiness. That Golden Age Is Expected To Emerge By The Turn Of The Century.

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Infant Prodigy
Challenge and Response
Meeting with Nawab of Cuddapah
Revelation Profound
Home Coming
Innocent Adventure
Rude Shock
Sidha Becomes a Master
Karma and Rebirth
Vipassana Meditation as taught by Mahatma Goenkaji
Epilogue 1 11
Index 115

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