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The Coming Of The Avatar by DorealNumber 1
The Secret Of True Prayer by DorealNumber 4
The Secret Teachings of Jesus by Maurice DorealNumber 6
Shamballa or The Great White Lodge by DorealNumber 9
Some Previous Incarnations of Jesus and The unknown Period of his Life by DorealNumber 13
Personal Experiences Among the Masters and Great Adepts in Tibet by DorealNumber 14
Astral Projection and How to Accomplish It by DorealNumber 16
Mystery Teachings of the Second Coming of the Christ by DorealNumber 17
Wisdom of the Kabbala by DorealNumber 18
The Spinal Brain and Health by DorealNumber 19
Man's Higher Self His Subtle Bodies How They Influence His Life by DorealNumber 20
Divine Healing by DorealNumber 21
Secret Teachings of the Himalayan Gurus by DorealNumber 23
The Perfect Way by DorealNumber 24
The Ten Lost Tribes Of Israel by DorealNumber 25
Man And The Mystic Universe by DorealNumber 26
The Master Key by DorealNumber 27
Spiritual Alchemistry And It's Relationship To Spiritual Healing And Psychic Ills by DorealNumber 30
Creation And The Fall Of Man by DorealNumber 33
The Great Temple by DorealNumber 34
Material Inharmony And How To Overcome It by DorealNumber 36

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