A Soul's Journey

By: Richelieu, Peter

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London: Turnstone Press, 1972. First published in South Africa as as 'From the Turret'. Paperback/pictorial softcover, in fine condition. A solid, tightly bound and clean copy. A bookshop's stamp on front endpaper. Expanded report on condition, digital scans, supplied promptly on request. "Hopeless, after his brother' s death, the author is visited by a mysterious eastern teacher who proceeds to instruct him in the laws of life. After this initiation, Acharya then takes his pupil on a series of thrilling astral journeys, where he learns what kind of existence awaits human beings after death. A very readable document, A Soul's Journey is so convincing as to make the reader feel that he too is experiencing an initiation into life's mysteries". *Pictorial Softcover/Paperback. * Fine. *Medium Octavo -230mm (9") tall.

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