|Format||Hardcover (222 x 145mm)||Edition|
|Publisher||Frederick Muller, Ltd||Printing|
|ISBN||0-584-10458-8||Printed by||Billing & Sons, Ltd|
|Series||No of pages||197|
"One day, the great and simple truth about Sai Baba will be known, and those who now denigrate Him will find themselves covered in shame. The love He radiates is no reflection of ours, but, on the contrary, streams from the heart of God Itself. Without it this world would be immeasurably the poorer." (Benjamin Creme, in Maitreya's Mission, Vol.II, p.77)
Howard Muphet's second book is a chronicle of the intervening years and of the months during the summer of 1974 which he spent in the presence of Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba, Who has now reached the educational stage of His mission.
On pages 16-17 Murphet, on rumours that Sai Baba might be coming to the Theosophical headquarters in Adyar, India, describes how Lord Maitreya first spoke through Krishnamurti there on the 28th of December 1925, quoting from Mary Lutyen's first volume of K's biography, Krishnamurti - The Years of Awakening. In the event, Sai Baba did not go to Adyar -- at least not physically.