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RE: RE: Dr. Yanniru, The Chakras.

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Posted by by AstroFred. on July 23, 2000 01:03:44 UTC

Hi Dr Yanniru,, over a period of 12 months, i have followed your thoughts as i have done so with Philosopher,, im impressed with what i see,
therefore i keep reading your items, a lot of thinking, has come from these quarters, the likes i have not heard, from other sources, i have wrote many articles for paranormal magazines, no fees,projects, but i struggle to find the time to read about chakras and the likes, and to write lengthy topics to this forum, i find, that many thinkers write their articles but very few agree, theres a strong lesson to be learned there. which proves to me that no- one has the answers to true enlightenment, enlightenment comes from watching ,listening, observing, others. study the human mind as i do, most problems stem from there,
and lack of true understanding, also.
Im very interested at the minute in your Axiom Theories, as the link to much paranormal phenomena
if it is a half proven theory, then many things will be explained in the next few decades..

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