One of the beauty of the western religion is their agreement that there are many scriptures. This is one of such scriptures. With just 35 pages, the lesson in this book is monumental. Infact, according to the book claims to be written in an original format where words were not spoken but information were passed in speeches, unusual right? That is how usual the book is.
The book claims to know the origin of the world long before our existence. It explains that the secret to wisdom is to love and only until then will the Shambala which is the scroll on which the destiny of man is written be revealed to you. It claims that the mountains and hills has these secrets buried in them and will be revealed stanza by stanza. Just as Galileo, Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton and the rest.
The book tries to explain the origin and intention for life. It claimed that out of love, that the universe was made by Kalashakra but the early men was so logical that they had no love in their heart, the “Principle behind Creation” decided to end them by allowing water consume them and the secret hidden from human eye except from few initiates. This looks like the Bible story, right? But the author claims that all other scripture copied the Shambala.
One of its interesting argument is the origin of evil into the world. It posits that evil came from love. Unchecked love it must be. The sun was so filled with love that endlessly, it shown on the earth, enough to make the plants become giants. Once they become giant, their branches became so wide that they prevented the sun from shining on the smaller plants, in the dark came evil.
You may not agree with all the position of this book, but it raises some questions which will get you thinking. The book put a question to our initial assumption that Brilliance Is Borrowed he argued that the kalashkra reveals the secret of the world to the initiates which means that Albert and Galileo are initiates and smaller gods whom Kalashakra has chosen to reveal the secret of the world to.
To become an initiate, you have to love like the sun. Even though man is filled with evil, it continues to shine. Endlessly have it shined upon the world and it bears not grudges because only with love can evil be defeated.
I will recommend this book for intellectual discussion.