Inner Circle Kethra E'Da

From Kook Science

The Inner Circle Kethra E'Da (Yu: Kethra E'Da, Teachers of Light) is the collective name given by a group of spirit contacts, led by E Yada di Shi'ite, that were reputedly channelled by Mark Probert, who, among other things, served as primary sources for Meade Layne's interpretation of the flying saucers (as the Ether Ship Mystery).


While Probert and his peers professed to his channelling of a vast group of spirits, the membership of the Inner Circle may be (somewhat) reasonably narrowed to the following:

Personality of Era from State Notes on Life
E Yada Di Shi'ite 498,000 B.C. Yuga
Lao-Tse 5th century B.C. Zhou (China) Notable religious figure; during the Eastern Zhou Dynasty
Arakashi 14th century A.D. Punjab, Delhi Sultanate During the Tughlaq Dynasty
Kay Ting late 15th century A.D. Tibet During period of Phagmodrupa and Rinpungpa dynasties
Ramon Natalli early 17th century A.D. Rome, Papal States (Italy) During period of the Papal States
Lo Sun Yat 17th and 18th century A.D. Tibet and Mughal Empire (India) During period of Ganden Phodrang regime (in Tibet)
Rama Kaloha late 17th through 20th century A.D. India
Sukoto Nikkioi 19th century A.D. Japan and British Raj (India)
Thomas Carlyle 19th century A.D. United Kingdom Notable historical figure
Alfred Luntz 19th century A.D. United Kingdom
Thomas Edison mid 19th century to 20th century A.D. United States of America Notable historical figure
Sister Theresa Vandenberg late 19th century A.D. United States of America
Maharajah Natcha Tramalaki late 19th century A.D. British India
Martin Lattimore Lingford early 20th century A.D. United States of America