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The Flute of God

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How to build the best possible future -- master your destiny. Learn to listen directly to the guidance of the Holy Spirit.
Paperback, 184 pages
Published July 1st 1997 by Eckankar (first published 1980)
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I don't doubt for a second that Twitchell "borrowed" most of the material he published. (Maybe, maybe, not the sci-fi books...mostly.) He's certainly not the first (and won't be the last) religion/philosophy writer to do so. It's an old, old allegation that even the organization he founded doesn't deny anymore. Nonetheless, some of his books are interesting if one is willing to challenge their own--and his--thinking.
Anita Mccrary
Nov 07, 2013 Anita Mccrary rated it it was amazing
I read Twitchell's book five years ago; so much so that it fell apart. I just ordered a replacement. Although I have doubts about the Eckankar religion, 'Flute of God' is a wonderful perspective for self-discovery.
Kazem Rokhsary
Sep 12, 2013 Kazem Rokhsary rated it it was amazing

hey everyone, I think & believe this book is the best that Ive had read at all,

this book is for everyone in the worldwide to learn to be a human.

Jan 20, 2009 Elamb rated it it was amazing
This is one of my favorite books of all time but I think some of it was plagarized!
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When Paul Twitchell made Eckankar known to the modern world in 1965, he separated spiritual truths from the cultural trappings which had surrounded them. Average people could begin to experience the Light and Sound of God while still living a happy, steady, and productive life.

Paul Twitchell was born in Kentucky in the early part of the twentieth century and served in the US Navy during the Second

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