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The Yoga Zapper

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A mysterious Sanskrit scripture discovered in an ancient Himalayan temple.
Two brothers from the American heartland sharing a close, yet troubled, relationship.
An evil despot determined to conquer the past, present and future.
And a beautiful young woman who tests the brothers’ bond.

Little do Jack and Steve realize that the text is actually a prescription for time-travel. In
Published August 13th 2015 by BWL Publishing Inc.
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Rosemary Morris
Oct 04, 2019 rated it it was amazing

When staying at Badrinath a place high in the Himalayas, far from the hustle and bustle of Indian and yoga American cities, an old man gives Jack, who is travelling with his brother, a Yoga Shastra aka Yoga Zapper. With the help of a priest in a temple in Kansas City, the yoga is activated, and the brothers travel separately to different ages.

The author delves deep into the main characters’ personalities, writes exquisite descriptions of beautiful places and about polluted areas; and throughout
Mar 22, 2020 rated it really liked it
Great story, creative writing, but sadly the worst editing of any book I’ve ever read.
Katherine Pym
Sep 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
I thought it would be the study of individuals who go through trials and tribulations until they reach a higher learning in some Buddhist temple. I was wrong. This is much more. Besides the lessons, yes this novel has quite a bit, plus folklore and mythology, the story includes opposite societies, one of high spirituality, the other a dystopian of the worst kind.

These societies flow in eras and overlap. While time moves forward, one disintegrates as man's desires reach for the material. The inn
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