J. W. Watt is an antiquarian bookseller, bookbinder and writer. He is a leading authority on the Five Tibetan Rites and discovered the "lost" 1946 edition of the Eye of Revelation in 2004. Mr. Watt resides in Maryland with his two cats, "Lady" and "Sammy."
Excellent book! It includes the original text which gives information that most other (adulterated editions) do not. This includes energy centers in the knees and liver. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Desert1
Another book that wears the disguise of offering far more food for the journey than the Hansel and Gretel crumbs it provided.Published 7 months ago by DeepRiverWoman
An amazing little book that clarifies many of the unanswered questions from other books in print. Includes correct way to do the Rites, including a section on hair regrowth!Published 12 months ago by Angelo T.
This book not only contains variations on the exercises, but other material as well. Although, volume II of Ancient Secrets of the Fountain of Youth, does have commentaries from... Read morePublished 18 months ago by flame ascending
This book really tells you more of what you need to understand to do the practice. Though simple, if done regularly, it really helps start your day.Published on July 28, 2013 by Deborah Harrington
I've done these 5 rites for 8 months now and I've only noticed improvement in muscle tone. I practise reiki healing , and found that these rites make me very stiff and my chakras... Read morePublished on February 19, 2013 by G. P.
You can get this book free by doing a super simple and very quick internet search. You can find it online in text (searchable) or pdf version for free.Published on January 27, 2013 by Bookmaven