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Gurudas (1945–2001)

Author of Flower Essences and Vibrational Healing

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aka Ronald Lee Garman Ronald Lee Garman (1945-2001) a.k.a Gurudas (Baba Muktananda of India gave Gurudas which means 'servant of the guru' his name.) 
Gurudas, was a pioneer of herbs, flower, and gem essences. After working as an alternative health practitioner specializing in homeopathy and radionics for several years, he began his work in essences in 1979 and in the 1980s he founded his own elixirs and essences company, Pegasus Products. His book, 'Flower Essences and Vibrational Healing', was published in 1983 and is still a best seller and the foundation for much flower and gem essence research and development. 
Gurudas sold his business in 1987 in order to focus on his writing career. His next book was 'Spiritual Properties of Herbs', followed by 'Gem Elixirs and Vibrational Healing', Vol. I and II. Moving into a rather different field from alternative medicine, he then wrote 'Treason? The New World Order', a criticism of the abuse of government powers and the curtailing of personal freedoms. Over 100,000 copies of his books have been sold worldwide. 
Following publication of 'Treason? The New World Order' in 1996, Gurudas appeared on hundreds of talk shows where he spoke about the book and his fears of increasing government power at the expense of the individual. After his death it was rumoured that he had been working on a sequel and that he had been murdered by government agents in order to prevent its publication. Gurudas left contributions in his will to more than 20 charities.
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