[Free E–pub] (Cuchama Sacred Mountains) BY W.Y. Evans–Wentz

F to them but the White Man Sets Himself Individually Apart From Them And himself individually apart from them and a or less hostile manner and by purely xternal means seeks to subjugate them to his own materialistic nds. E oldest prophecies of our continent will be a time of renaissance the long–waited ra of harmony and peace among all peoplesThis renaissance shall be uniuely American a renewal based on the values so long honored by the Americans before Columbus and so ruthlessly trampled by the “civilized” Europeans who overran them No other race of people has been as spiritual in their way of life than the original Americans notes Evans–Wentz Perhaps none other Has Known Such Martyrdom Yet known such martyrdom Yet secret greatness of the Indian religion still lives ancient as the Earth itself yet ageless in its power to rene. An interesting anthropologicalmythological synthesis OF COMPARING THE ROLE THAT MOUNTAINS comparing the role that mountains seen to play in native cultures from different parts of the world The Red Man being intros. W Y Evans–Wentz great Buddhist scholar and translator of such now familiar Red Man being intros. W Y Evans–Wentz great Buddhist scholar and translator of such now familiar as the Tibetan Book of the Dead and the Tibetan Book of the Great Liberation spent his final years in California There in the shadow of Cuchama one of the Earth’s holiest mountains he began to xplore the astonishing parallels between the spiritual teaching of America’s native peoples and that of the deeply mystical Hindus and Tibetans Cuchama and Sacred Mountains a book completed shortly before his death in 1965 is the fruit of those xplorationsTo Cuchama “Exalted High Place” came the young Cochimi and Yuma. Pective seeks truth spiritually the White Man being seeks truth materially Instinctively Aspiring For Attunement for attunement with processes the Red Man gladly surrenders himsel. Boys for initiation into the mystic rites for their people

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