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• WANTED—List of any type magazines you would like to send to
someone in the Far East and India.
Also wanted are Health-Vegetar'inHomeopathy and Hobby magazines.
Send stamped, self-addressed envelope to Magazines for Asia, P.O.
Box 3196, Hollywood 28, Calif. Cut
this ad out and send it with your
list. 59-3•
author's seven months fasts, authentic non-eaters, $2. "Ecstatic
Re-creation Thru Paradisiacal Living'', $1.50. Beautiful Otavalo,
dietic science of chastity, etc.,
described in mystical journal, 20*.
J. Lovewisdom, Otavalo, Ecuador.
• EXULTATION OF FLOWERS -- The flowers have given their essence for
mankind's wellbeing. 2 oz. $3.00.
Donald Johnston, R. 2, Box 81,
Mora, Minn. 60-1•
• ESP? After using Super Life
since March, 1958, MY ESP is now
improved to where I have invested
$2,500 in mining machinery, and
have leased 60 gold mining claims,
as gold mining with ESP is my chosen method of attaining wealth.
The Super Life is primarily a food
supplement fatigue dispeller, and
as for ^e it works so good that I
a^ able to do the hard manual labor of mining 9 hours daily, 6
days a week, without fatigue ! The
price retail is $12, but to readers of The ABERREE I ^ill ^ail you
Super Life for half that price,
and you ^ay use the food for fatigue dispelling , personal E S P
experimentation, or profitable resale. Also, would you like to participate in ^y $2,500 experiment,
using ESP to locate gold? To the
first 30 ^ho ask for it. I will
send free a photo of a mining
claim , and you ^ark the photo
showing where you think is the
richest gold deposit . and return
it to ^e. If two or ^ore ABERREE
readers choose the same spot, I
^ ill invest ^y time and ^oney to
nine that spot . Rewards will be
announced after sale of bullion .
Rev. Leland Kelley, Box 231, Congress, Arizona. 60-1•
• LEVELS OF LIVING -- A large, colored chart and a check list to
guide you in your search for the
better life. Correlates information from ^any sources in the simplest possible language. Found to
have fairly good acceptance by
conventional religious, psychological, and healing fields as well
as by agnostics, atheists, mystics
and occultists. Accordion-folded
for easy storage or carrying in
pocket (unless you specify it be
sent rolled for desk use or framing). Price $1.00 postpaid. Quantity discounts. Frank Silver, Martinsburg,. W. Va. 59-6•
Arthur J.. Burks. An exciting
book which tells, in a warmly personal manner, the story of the
author's experiences in the Arizona desert, with the "sleeping
woman", Zoe Nickerson. Each chapter represents" reading " of persons who received same. Burks has
recreated the human interest stories of each, as he saw, heard, and
reported the findings of " Zoe-1nsamadhi". $1 per copy. Parastudy
Publications, 120 Kenmar Dr., Newark, Delaware. 54 -- t:
• SCRUB OAKS, by Alphia Hart -- 330page, cloth-bound novel of love
and hate in an Oklahoma ot! boom
town. (No "isms " or "ol ogies ". )
Issue price, $3.50; close-out at
$1. The ABERREE,. Box 528, Enid.
8-8008 lectures on Scientology<
by L.Ron Hubbard. Reprint edition;
original sold out at $7.50 each.
While they last, only $2. The ABERREE, P.O.Box 528, Enid, Okla.
to questions and answers again.
If man, having all knowledge
in himself, why does he not
express it? Why did not man
express the knowledge of the
automobile 2000 years ago instead of riding around in chariots? Why have knowledge and
abilities of old been lost?
Why does a boy tire of his
toys? Why does the Great I .
that knows all , deal out ITS
knowledge so sparingly? Why do
we have grades in school ? Why
do we have a law of growth?
Why not let children play with
loaded pistols? Why do some
clutch a little knowledge and
fight off all the rest? Why is
a boy not a man?
"A German scientist spent
40 years trying to find a reason for existence; failing,
killed himself. Is the reason
for the first grade I N the
first grade? Or in the 12th
grade? Is there a reason for
existence in existence ? Or
must you become alive first
before you find out why you
were dead? Is so-called man
not a man? Must man create man
out of what he thinks is man?
Is the world still a mist,
and the so-called life of man
a vapor?
"Splendid auditorial and a
real spicy ABERREE." -- Wayne
Trubshaw, Marysville, Wash.
"At last a bit of long-negMARCH, 1960
lected business: The clarification of 'Escape This Life
Alive', the disturbing title I
hung on my radical book. T h e
large majority who have caught
on agree the title is realistic
and practicably demonstrable.
For those who have missed, I
shall try to shed light on the
imperative point.
"Since ignorant and superstitious mankind never knew of
their composition as mental or
spiritual beings, it was inevitable we humans would accept
our bodies as ourselves. Thereby our physical-material bodies were our most prized possessions, and about them we
conjured up a great mess of
material beliefs and gave them
the force of laws by 'As a man
tkinketh so is he'. But our
minds being the natural operators of our physical machinery,
we functioned normally until
our mistaken ideas about ourselves tossed monkey wrenches
into our works. Then, by material remedies for mentalstress - caused ailments, we
complicated and compounded our
ills even unto paralysis of
our motive power, our minds...
"If our minds are the spirit
that give our bodies the appearance of being alive, then
the feeding or doctoring of
the body to stimulate or improve the body condition has
reversed the cosmic process,
a mistake arin to misapplied
electric power. When by learning the substance and powers
of invisible and intangible
mind or spirit, we cast off
the physical concept of life,
we thereby escape from the
customary and universal sense
of life in this body, and into
the realization the body never
dies because it never lives.
The laboratory scientists have
proved mind, intelligence is
the life power. But medicine
refuses to accept the idea because Cadillacs are involved...
"Within the first commandment and 'It is the spirit that
quickeneth, the flesh profiteth nothing' are the chief
secrets and the genesis of
life on earth in our mind-body
construction. In that, I are
crazy like Columbus, Einstein,
Alexander Graham Bell , Marconi, et al. You escape this
life alive by changing your
mind from physical to mental
sense of life ." -- Nirais A.Cromwell, El Monte, Calif.
"One who has suffered won't
even ask if Scientology has
hypnology in it. He'll swap
his psychosomatic whatsit for
it unsight unseen.
"Here is a vote for Robert
Moore Williams's philosophy.
"Why pick some one thing
and drape alittle iron curtain
around it? One little mind of