New book about Kailash

I have been in correspondence with an author who was writing a book about the history behind Mount Kailash. The author is called Davinder Bhasin and the book, “An audience with God at Mount Kailash” is now available. I would like to thank Davinder personally for his patience during my ill health and for sending me a signed copy of the book. I hope that one day we shall meet in person!

I am still receiving lots of emails regarding this website and the posts on my blog. I would like to thank everyone who takes the time to email me. I try to reply in a timely fashion but the replies require a lot of thought and re-wording. I can spend up to 3 hours writing a single reply so it takes a lot of my time. My replies are not wordy, it’s just trying to put across what I’m trying to say in a way someone can understand.

I’m reluctant to add my further research to the website as other websites are taking the pages in their entirety and adding them to their own websites. The website is there for people who have connections to find me. It was never meant to be a means for other websites to boost their rankings.

The document I am working on is coming along nicely. If anyone wishes to discuss updates to the research or the posts on this blog please feel free to contact me.

 

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My life has been filled with synchronicity since my teenage years. I have always wanted answers to the toughest questions and it has only been in the last few years that the answers I sought have been answered.

3 thoughts on “New book about Kailash

  1. Though I have a lot of things going on in my mind about the unconnected dots and there co-existence together. Just to give people some more things to look around with the unconnected dots, if not already been looked into. Mount Kailash holds a very sacred placed in Hindu mythology. Its is known as the residence of Lord Shiva to us Hindus. In almost everything that we have read from childhood be it ancient text,holy books or anything worth reading in regards to mythology,has mentions of Mount Kailash as the home of Lord Shiva. Hindu mythology document from pre-historic times when people had simply no use of spreading rumours refers to Mount Kailash.

  2. This is just fantastic info. I have heard things but never knew how it all went together. I appreciate that fact that you made this available. I would love to have a fireside chat with you.
    I am Hyperborian so am intrigued with all the true history.
    I hope this finds you feeling better. This is probably related to shield exposure?
    Thank you again.
    Winona Durden

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