Latif Moammar bin Ahmad should inject her towards the shirt

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Nov 8, 2007, 1:35:08 PM11/8/07
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suffers from mental indigestion and sadly retards
his or her evolution and spiritual development. The only
way to progress? That is to wait and see. There is no other
way, there is no way of forcing your development except at
the express invitation of a Guru who knows you well, and
that Guru, knowing you well, would soon speed your
development if he thought that you were worthy."
It seemed to me that most Westerners would benefit by
being taught that! But we were not here to teach, but to
watch the unfolding of vital scenes from a man's life, a man
who would shortly vacate his earthly shell.


"This is interesting," said the old lama, drawing my
attention to a scene on the Record. "This took much
arranging, but when he saw the desirability of it, he made
no demur." I looked at the scene in some puzzlement, then
it dawned upon me. Yes! That was a solicitor's office. That
paper was a Change of Name Deed Poll. Yes, that was
correct, I remembered, he had changed his name because
that which he had had previously had the wrong vibra-
tions as indicated by our Science of Numbers. I read the
document with interest and saw that it was not quite correct,
although it was near enough.
Of suffering there was plenty. A visit to a dentist caused
much damage, damage which necessitated his removal to a
nursing home for an operation. Out of technical interest,

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