Lord of the Air by Tal Brooke
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This is a very personal account of one man's spiritual quest. As a student Tal Brooke had sought truth in the teachings of Timothy Leary, in psychoanalysis, in mysticism and TM. He describes a climactic LSD trip; then the forces which led him to India. But the famous gurus brought disillusionment - until he met Sai Baba, miracle-worker and true 'Master.' For months the author was one of Sai Baba's closest disciples. The result is a unique first-hand description of life with him. A final shattering discovery of the true facts behind the spiritual facade broke the spell. Tal Brook left India a changed man. He had found the truth he was seeking. But the answer proved to be very different from what he had gone to find.

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Published January 1, 1971 by Lion Books. 192 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Religion & Spirituality.