Tony Paterniti

Tony Paterniti

I feel a voice in me that wants to speak infinitely creative Joy to the Universe! Just to say Thanks.
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A recording of "The relation of the God-Man, Meher Baba, to the God-Man, Jesus Christ" a talk by C. B. Purdom - New York, 1964.  C.B. Purdom (1883-1965) was a distinguished Shakespeare scholar and social theorist who met Meher Baba "accidentally" in Devon, England, 1931, and remained his follower thereafter.

Purdom talk Baba and Jesus

Garrett Fort.  Screenwriter of Dracula, Mark of Zorro, Lost Patrol, Frankenstein. Follower of Meher Baba.

Screenwriter of Dracula, Mark of Zorro, Lost Patrol…

Meher Baba and Meherwan Jessawala, 1939, Jubbulpore

Meher Baba and Meherwan Jessawala, Jubbulpore

Meher Baba's Mehera Irani in 'Rough Cuts'

This film is title 'Rough Cuts'.

Narayan Maharaj seated on a silver throne, a gift from the King of Nepal.  It was on this throne that he seated Merwan Irani, the young Meher Baba "dazed" by Babajan's kiss, in 1915.

Narayan Maharaj seated on a silver throne, a gift from the King of Nepal. It was on this throne that he seated Merwan Irani, the young Meher Baba "dazed" by Babajan's kiss, in

Hazrat Babajan (c. 1800 - 21 September 1931)  "An Afghani (baluch) princess fled an arranged marriage in purdah to live under a tree in India as the mystic sage Hazrat Babajan. She initiated several Sufi masters including Meher Baba. Before her, India offered the precedent of a long line of yoginis and avadhutas, including Karaikkalamba, Mira Bai, and the Kashmiri mystic Lalla. Many of these women refused or broke out of marriages in order to freely pursue spiritual realization

Hazrat Babajan (c. 1800 - 21 September “An Afghani (baluch) princess fled an arranged marriage in purdah to live under a tree in India as the mystic sage Hazrat Babajan. She initiated several.

Meher Baba “Merely to say ‘I want to see God’ or ‘I want to realize God’ is similar to an ant saying ‘I want to become an elephant!’ Mere words have nothing in them. The heart must thirst to seek God.”

Meher Baba “Merely to say ‘I want to see God’ or ‘I want to realize God’ is similar to an ant saying ‘I want to become an elephant!’ Mere words have nothing in them. The heart must thirst to seek God.