A “grand Synthesizer” – Ron Rattner’s review

In the very latest review of Keep This Quiet! IV: Ancient Secrets Revealed, of which I am quite proud, Ron Rattner writes that Margaret has an “excellent ability to communicate and weave esoteric ideas about science, psychology, philosophy, and spirituality. Richard Unger’s channeled hand analysis description of her as a ‘grand synthesizer’ was apt and accurate.” Rattner, a longtime devotee of Dhyanyogi-ji, is the author of the forthcoming book  From Litigation to Meditation: An ex-lawyer’s spiritual metamorphosis from secular Hebrew to born again Hindu to uncertain Undo. Ron is also the principal writer on the mystical website sillysutras. com, “a project of the Perennial Wisdom Foundation.” Click to access it. Ron is a wise man, who firmly believes, as do I, he is guided by Shri Dhyanyogi in spreading these universal wisdoms.

About the Silly Sutras website, it is described as

a great new place – in cyberspace,
where Dr. Seuss will meet Einstein, and Rumi – and many others too –
just like you,
mystically musing, and whimsically wondering
about Life’s perennial puzzlements.

Here you’ll find Ageless Adages For Every New Age,
With Whimsical Rhymes For Our Times;
Plus Paradoxical Answers to Life’s Unanswerable Questions,
With Speculations and Ruminations Pondering Perennial Puzzlement

Try reading some of the posts. You will find them difficult to turn away from. Sutras, he explains, in its Sanskrit and Latin root means “to sew.” His sutras “join issues.” The result is “a tapestry of insight from direct experience and perennial precepts.  Sometimes sutras are concise epigrammatic and enigmatic aphorisms, with vast significance.  Sometimes they are grouped to refer to a common category like Yoga or Tao, or as in Buddhist sutras, to record oral teachings of Gautama Buddha.” Ron is also a poet. Sample his site and you will find ancient wisdoms he collects like pearls like those below:

There is an endless net of threads throughout the universe. 
The horizontal threads are in space.
 The vertical threads are in time.
 At every crossing of the threads, there is an individual.
 And every individual is a crystal bead. 
And every crystal bead reflects not only the light 
from every other crystal in the net,
 but also every other reflection throughout the entire universe.
~ Indra’s Net – from the Vedas of ancient India, 7000 years old

All things appear and disappear because of the concurrence of causes and conditions. Nothing ever exists entirely alone; everything is in relation to everything else.
~ Buddha