Sunday, November 13, 2005

Tibetan and Indian monks still master the art of levitation

(PRAVDA) The art of levitation still exists both in India and Tibet. Many scholars engaged in oriental studies also mention the phenomenon of "flying lamas." Alexandra David-Neel, a British explorer, one day witnessed the flight of a Buddhist monk. The monk flew a few dozen meters over the alpine plateau Cnang Tang. He was bouncing off the ground like a tennis ball to rise in the air again and again. He kept his eyes on some guiding star hanging somewhere in the distance, the monk was the only person who could see the star in broad daylight.

3 comments:

Azeem Tubotheryu said...

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Jeff Gross
(aka Azeem Tubotheryu)

DA said...

I would be honoured Azeem,

Kind regards,
Dimitri

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