Baird T. Spalding
Opening Parenthesis "("
entering physical body on earth; so
departing physical body on earth; so called Death.
Life and Teachings of the Masters of the Far East
An introduction and exploration into
Life itself demonstrating what one can expect when following the
simple, natural laws of creation.
A few names you may recognize that
Baird T. Spalding, III was reported to have had contact with:
Charles Proteus Steinmetz, Albert Einstein, Nikola Tesla (see photo
Baird T. Spalding, III
Spalding was born in England and Moved to India at age
Baird T. Spalding (Taoism, Buddhism, Christianity) and
Mother Theresa (Catholic/Christianity), both from very
different religious backgrounds and belief groups shared
the same concept about Spirit/God/Lord/Christ/Divinity:
""I see the Christ in
every face and in every form. When the first child was
born, the Christ was born." -- Spalding
"I see God in every human being. When I wash the leper's
wounds, I feel I am nursing the Lord Himself. Is it not
a beautiful experience?" --Mother
Baird T. Spalding was known
to be a kind, generous, simple man intent on living a
simple life without many of the frills of the time. He
kept himself busy, traveled extensively (sleeping only
3-4 hours a night) and would travel across country just
to do a favor. He was a research mining engineering,
which seemed to be the reason for his wealth.
Mr. Spalding would give (not loan) money to those in
Accounts from Baird
T. Spalding's Book LIFE AND TEACHINGS OF THE MASTERS OF THE FAR EAST.
Immortals - Some of the people we meet and their background and
We meet an unnamed man, who had lived about one thousand years upon the
earth, but had perfected his being about two thousand years ago, he
could take his physical body with him wherever he went, retained the
appearance and energy of youth.
Another man who lived on the earth for more than seven hundred years and
whose physical form appeared not more than forty years of age.
We meet Emil, living over five hundred years and appeared to be around
Emil's mother who was over seven hundred years old and living on earth
for six hundred appeared in every way to be around twenty.
Jast who was forty and appeared to be forty.
son appearing to be about thirty but who turned out to be one hundred
daughter appearing to be twenty but who turned out to be one hundred
Eternal Youth - Description and Instructions.
According to Spalding's accounts there exists in nature, "no natural law
of death or decay for man, except through accident." Making death
itself an accident and something that is avoidable. Spalding was one
of the first to decode our language by explaining that dis-ease as being
without ease; i.e., peace or Shanti. Senility, a rather common
experience to man, is but an expression of ignorance to cause and
effect. Through proper mental attitude, Spalding seems to be saying
that accidents are absolutely, permanently avoidable. According to
Siddha, "The tone of the body may be so preserved that it may naturally
resist with ease infections and other disease, like plague and influenza."
Siddha being able to swallow germs and never reap the detriment of them.
Trailanga Swami, who lived in the physical body to
be at least 280 [human experience] years of age). Spalding goes on
to say that "youth is God's seed of love planted in the human form
divine." Making divinity the expression of youth in man. Divinity
expresses beauty, harmony, love, etc. Age [in current, common human terms
and expression], being the opposite of the youthful expression of
divinity; i.e., decay, distortion of the original. The appearance of
old age being created by such thought as fear, pain and grief.
Spalding tells us to
practice a visualization prior to sleep of the Divine Child within in
order to obtain the child consciousness. One might affirm that there
is a joy-body, ever youthful and beautiful within with glowing features
and a spiritual mind which is the perfect out-picturing of the Divine. (In
Spalding's book a definate visualization and affirmation is given and
instructed to do both upon retiring and awakening by speaking to oneself
of the Divine Alchemist within). The result being an unfoldment of
the Spirit and a transmutation.Spalding tells of
being at a meeting when one in his party asked Emil where the heat was
coming from since a stove was not in the room. As everyone began to
look around to discover the source of the heat, Emil explained that the
heat was coming from a force much advanced of what was currently being
used on earth to power mechanics. Emil explained that this force was
easily contacted and would furnish heat, transportation (without the use
of any sort of fuel), light, power appliances and equipment without
costing anything. A free gift to us all. Emil called this
source of power "Universal Force," "Universal Power," "God Power,"
"supplied by the Father" for all of us and described it as perpetual
Universal Force - A force that all are able
In answer to an inquiry
about the food preparation, Emil described it as having arrived prepared
and it had arrived from the Universal.
The Silence Temple,
The Temple Not Made by Hands
Spalding and his group were escorted by the Masters to a village
where in The Silence Temple; the Temple Not Made by Hands; the Place of
Power resides. He described the Temple as being of white marble,
very beautiful, six-thousand years old and self sustaining.
Spalding writes of Emil's explanation of
silence as power; the one-power, being God. "Be still and know that
I am God." Silence = concentrated power; centering or drawing to center.
Noise = diffused power; the without.
In Spalding's visit to a village he and his
group found themselves at a Healing Temple where only world of Love, Peace
and Life were expressed since it conception. Because of this,
the vibrations were so pure and resonated healing to all who would pass
through. Most were healed instantly.
We were told to use this Temple as an
illustration of our human experience; in such, that if we send out only
words and thoughts of Love, Peace and Life, disharmony would be no more.
The group, tried an experiment to speak
words of disharmony. The words would not sound out.