The Magic of Ganesha by Metaplume

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									The Magic of Ganesha

           •In present-day Hinduism
           Ganesha has degenerated
           into a god stopping
           obstacles
           •The Magic of Ganesha tells
           the story as told by the
           original tantric texts
           •The eBook presents the
           auspicious ‘Ganapati
           Upanishad’, one which
           gives Shanti.
                Content

• Introduction by Mike Magee, who has
  published six titles on tantra
• Ganapati Upanisad
• Footnotes
• Titles by Mike Magee
     Ganapati Upanishad
• The word Ganesha means
  lord of hosts.
• He is usually thought of as the
  son of Shiva and Parvati.
• The more cosmic view is that
  he is simply a specialized
  aspect or symbol of the
  primordial god.
• Ganesha       is   a     strange
  composite of elephant and
  man with a mouse or rat at the
  bottom of the picture.
• He is usually depicted with
  four arms, which represent the
  four directions of space or the
  four elements — the god
  being       the     spirit    or
  quintessence of these.
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