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Tibetan Tulpa's Strange Manifestation
A Tulpa is a Tibetan word. It is a "thought form" that refers to any entity created solely by the act of a human or group of humans through imagination. Tulpa's can be materialized as anything from mythical creatures to simply a flower or a rock. The most famous of Tulpa manifestations came from Alexandra David-Neel a french woman who heard of Tulpa's and went to Tibet to learn more about them and to conjure one up on her own. Through intense, devotional visualization, her Tulpa began to materialize as a Friar Tuck diminutive monk. This monk first began to appear ghostlike. But in time, it took on more solid physical characteristics. It also began to adopt its own personality. Soon this friendly small figure without her willing it, began slimming down while taking on a sinister appeal through its own volition. Her companions at the time, unaware of her visual practices asked her one day who the 'stranger' was. Because she had lost all control of the monk, she decided to destroy it. She attempted to reabsorb the Tulpa back onto her own mind but the monk resisted, completely unwilling to to be extinguished. But eventually, after months of attempting to kill off this unwanted entity, she won out leaving her exhausted.
Spiritual beings such as Tulpa's inhabit the earth in every culture and as far back as thousands of years. Bigfoot, Flying Humanoids, Fairies, The Jersey Devil, Chupacabra, Mothman, Banshee, Abominable Snowman, all creatures great and small live among us. Yet there is no physical evidence to collect to prove their existence, nor will there ever be. These anomalies are creations by not only humans through intense dedication to create them, but bleed overs from the spirit world. They can take on the shapes of humans, animals and inanimate objects. Faeries hide underground in communities and can never be caught as they are ethereal creatures. Sasquatch has been seen all over the world. Some of these creatures allow themselves to be photographed while others will not. It is not unusual for a group of people to see a Tulpa where others in the same group see nothing.
Magic and Mystery in Tibet (1965)