Quote from The Signet of Atlantis: War in Heaven Bypass (1992) by Barbara Hand Clow.
“Finally, I focus on the new light striking the temple of Chang in China. There, a pagoda sits atop a hill riddled with caves. In each cave, a person who has attained enlightenment sits in meditation. This pagoda has been constructed as a perfect geomantic form so that the humans can meditate inside the Hill of Creation while viewing the pagoda from their caves. This primordial hill is symbolic of the new Earth that emerges when the water recedes after a great flood. Many other such sacred hills are also symbols of the emergence of civilization after a catastrophe.
In the top of the pagoda is a statue of the Buddha carved from green jade. As the light from the two suns strikes the statue, the Buddha laughs. His laugh reverberates in circles, spiraling all the way out to the Galactic Center. I smile in the knowledge that this laughing Buddha will come alive again in A. D. 1987, when the West releases enough of its ego to remember how to respond to the power of sacred sites such as this.”
Artist—Yasmeen Harper 1984. The young boy Ivory One standing before the Moon Gate entrance to Master Hotei’s Temple.
The Temple Of Master Hotei: A Unique Past Life Memory (2008) is a fascinating story based entirely upon the past life memories of the author. Most people are familiar with the book’s main character, Master Hotei, but as the Laughing Buddha. The story begins with the young boy, Ivory One, entering the mysterious Temple of Master Hotei at the age of seven, where he then spends the rest of his life living with, and learning from, the great Master Hotei.
Each chapter is a unique and wonderful spiritual lesson about one specific subject. Master Hotei’s marvelous humor, high heart, profound love, meticulously planned stunts, dramatic pantomimes and endless wisdom invisibly directs the young boy through a series of unfolding learning’s that build year by year, and chapter by chapter. As the young boy grows into a young man, his awareness and abilities mature and expand as well. The entire time Master Hotei is cleverly leading him through numerous spiritual discoveries to the unexpected and dramatic exit point within his student’s life.
When the young man, now called Jade One, had outgrown the Temple and gardens as a place of learning within that incarnation, he decides he is ready to consciously, intentionally, and permanently leave that life. And so, with no break in consciousness, Jade One steps out of that life and moves to a state after the death of his physical body where the story continues briefly, until he decides where he wishes to incarnate.
Table Of Contents
Chapter 1: The Journey
Chapter 2: The Enchanted Garden
Chapter 3: The Art Of Stream Correction
Chapter 4: From Ivory To Jade In A Day
Chapter 5: Escaping With Undines
Chapter 6: The Temple Of Master Hotei
Chapter 7: Thinking Is Not What It Seems
Chapter 8: Flowers For A Man Of Light
Chapter 9: Reluctant Self Confrontation
Chapter 10: Two Halves Of The Whole
Chapter 11: The Sounds Of Balance
Chapter 12: The Door Of Eternal Possibilities
Chapter 13: The Necessity To Create
About The Author
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Denise Le Fay