American Avatar #3

CONTENTS Page 3: Message to Humanity [by Mel Lyman] Page 5-6: [“As Christ appearing in this modern day and age…” by Mel Lyman] Page 9: “An on-the-spot report from Les Daniels” [by Les Daniels] Page 10: [Letter to Mel from Mark Hirschhorn and Mel’s reply] Page 12: [Review of Jacques Sandulescu’s Donbas, by Mel Lyman] Page 13: [“I have written much here that ridicules…” from Autobiography by Mel Lyman] Page 14: “On Mountains”, “Contrary” Page 17: [“Although it seems that many days have passed…” by Mel Lyman] Pages 18-19: [“I’ll never forget the day my father took me aside…” by Mel Lyman and Wayne Hansen Page 20: Essay on the New Age [“The more freedom, the more discipline required…” by Mel Lyman] Page 22: Essay on the New Age [“There is a divine spirit that dwells deep in the heart of man.” by Mel Lyman] Page 24: [“Patience is the test of character…” by Mel Lyman] Page 26: Contemplations [“The body does not create life…” by Mel Lyman]

cm 36×28; pp. 28; BW ills.; staple binding. Publisher: American Avatar, Boston, 1969.

 150,00

ID: OP-2948

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CONTENTS Page 3: Message to Humanity [by Mel Lyman] Page 5-6: [“As Christ appearing in this modern day and age…” by Mel Lyman] Page 9: “An on-the-spot report from Les Daniels” [by Les Daniels] Page 10: [Letter to Mel from Mark Hirschhorn and Mel’s reply] Page 12: [Review of Jacques Sandulescu’s Donbas, by Mel Lyman] Page 13: [“I have written much here that ridicules…” from Autobiography by Mel Lyman] Page 14: “On Mountains”, “Contrary” Page 17: [“Although it seems that many days have passed…” by Mel Lyman] Pages 18-19: [“I’ll never forget the day my father took me aside…” by Mel Lyman and Wayne Hansen Page 20: Essay on the New Age [“The more freedom, the more discipline required…” by Mel Lyman] Page 22: Essay on the New Age [“There is a divine spirit that dwells deep in the heart of man.” by Mel Lyman] Page 24: [“Patience is the test of character…” by Mel Lyman] Page 26: Contemplations [“The body does not create life…” by Mel Lyman]