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"Letters to You from BALORAN" by Pestalozzi, 1965

"Letters to You from BALORAN" by Pestalozzi, 1965

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Letters to You from BALORAN
A Space Being's Observation of Earth
Received and Compiled by Rudolph H. Pestalozzi
with a foreword by Gayne Myers

Condition: Acceptable to Good. Found one page dog-eared. Cover is somewhat faded and/or soiled around the edge. Bottom corner of the front cover was slightly creased. Cover has detached from binding along the front and spine, however it remains attached along the rear. Pages are still tightly bound. Pages are slightly toned from age.

Copyright: 1965

Author: Rudolph H. Pestalozzi

Publisher: CSA Publishers and Printers; Lakemont, Georgia

Pages: 154

Cover: Soft

Size: 8 inches tall and 5 inches wide

From the Foreword:

"Baloran is the name of phenomenal being who lives in the vast area of space that surrounds and penetrates our galaxy. We are convinced that this one is not a space being as we think of a resident of another planet in or out of our solar system.

Although Baloran mentions our space friends who reside on other planets, this one's words lead us to believe that they are the expressions of a member of the Angelic kingdom. We believe that they are not the words of one confined to a single planet.

The 22 letters contained herein, along with other communications, were transmitted through a remarkable gentleman, Mr. Rudolph Pestalozzi. The transmission of Baloran's letters covered a period of 2 1/2 years. Without going into the detailed mechanics of this transmission, let us merely state that as Mr. pestalozzi "channeled" these communications, he wrote them down as they were received. The letters were not changed or altered in any way at the time of reception or later.

Mr. Pestalozzi is cognizant of those instances in which variances of sentence structure and punctuation appear in the letters. In spite of these, he believes that the letters should be published intact rather than his risking the possibility of changing or distorting the thoughts as expressed. He realizes that this may occur, inadvertently, when sentence structure or punctuation is altered. Obviously, the letters were transmitted orally - - not in written form. Sometimes grammatical liberties are taken in oral expression that become apparent only when written. Possibly this may account for some of the above mentioned variances.

Mr. Pestalozzi is not an author in any sense of the word. Much of his life was spent in military activities. He wants no credit whatever for the production of these communications. He aptly asks, "Why credit a telephone for the thoughts transmitted through it? I was only the instrument."

In this letter series, Baloran discusses 5 subjects as follows:

1. A panoramic view of the many efforts to start, sustain and develope civilization on the planet earth.
2. A remarkable interpretation of many of the Bible stories.
3. The tragedy that has befallen the human race in this age and the cause of it.
4. Our distorted and perverted doctrine of thought and conduct that is the result of the tragedy.
5. The eventual downfall of the age and suggestions on what we should do to adjust to the new age.

"Letters from Baloran" is a book that pulls no punches. If you are strong enough in self-control to read it carefully, you will realize that the statements in these letters have no basis whatever in prejudice, malicious judgement or condemnation. They are the sincere effort, on the part of Baloran, to give a portrayal of who, what and why we are and the great debt we owe to ourselves and to Divinity. His only object is to provoke thought."

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