Books

Vira Sadhana
Vira Sadhana: International Journal of the Tantrik Order in America Vol. V. No. 1 – 1905

1935
Life at the Clarkstown Country Club. Nyack, N.Y.- 1935
More than a Country Club

My Life in a Love Cult
My Life in a Love Cult: A Warning to All Young Girls
My True Life Story, by Marian Dockerill, High Priestess of Oom

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8 Responses to “Books”

  1. [...] Bernard capitalized on this publicity becoming known as “The Hypnotist Dr. Bernard” and quite a famous personality in the San Francisco Bay Region before he left the area around the time of the 1906 earthquake. He published what is likely the first Tantric publication in the United States, the International Journal of the Tantrik Order. [...]

  2. Akasha says:

    Hello, i’m seeking an origional or facsimile copy of :

    Vira Sadhana: International Journal of the Tantrik Order in America Vol. V. No. 1 – 1905

    Please let me know if you have a copy, or where i might be able to attain it.

    Thanks, Tyler Parker

  3. Omnipotent Oom says:

    We have a copy but have not yet reproduced it. We would like to make a facsimile available soon. We’ll let you know when it is.

  4. Omnipotent Oom says:

    Tyler,

    Have you had a chance to see our scan of the first 10 pages of Vira Sadhana?

    Thanks, Rick

  5. Bob Love says:

    Rick and Sue,

    The site is getting richer and more interesting with every new posting. I love the Montecito stuff and the first ten pages of the Red Book, as Oom and his followers called it.

    Best,

    Bob

  6. Omnipotent Oom says:

    Thanks Bob. There is so much material to cover. If you ever feel like doing a video “on location” from Nyack, we’d love to have it.

  7. [...] Bernard capitalized on this publicity becoming known as “The Hypnotist Dr. Bernard” and quite a famous personality in the San Francisco Bay Region before he left the area around the time of the 1906 earthquake. He published what is likely the first Tantric publication in the United States, the International Journal of the Tantrik Order. [...]

  8. […] Bernard capitalized on this publicity becoming known as “The Hypnotist Dr. Bernard” and quite a famous personality in the San Francisco Bay Region before he left the area around the time of the 1906 earthquake. He published what is likely the first Tantric publication in the United States, the International Journal of the Tantrik Order. […]

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