Fairy Tales are True: Silent Reach from the Dunes to the Kumbha Mela
by Shamcher Bryn Beorse
Welcome to the world in which fairy tales are true, where the prominent scientists of the day join together to seek wisdom from a great sage of the Himalayas at the fabled Kumbha Mela. Guided by a trusted myth-spinning storyteller, their journey and its preparation are peppered with tales of metaphysical adventures.
From the bohemian Shangri-La of the Oceano Dunes to the ancient Ganges flowing from Himalayan heights, the group travels and discovers the realm of “silent reach”.
In the tradition of metaphysical fiction that was popular in the 1920’s and 30s, Fairy Tales are True sweeps the reader into a vortex of yogis, scientists, spies and fools. Unlike most of those forgotten novels of secret universal Buddhist brotherhoods and mystical Tibetan quests, this book is more than partly true.
Bryn Beorse, who was known to the Sufis as Shamcher, was the real deal: an actual world-travelling yogi-sufi who also was an esteemed economist and engineer.
Here he has created a fantastical autobiographical allegory in a book that defies categorization.
ISBN/EAN13:0978348559 / 9780978348557
Page Count: 108
Binding Type: Trade Paper
Trim Size: 6″ x 9″
Color: Black and White
Alpha Glyph Publications
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