Robert Ernst Dickhoff
From Kook Science
|Robert Ernst Dickhoff|
|Alias(es)||Sungma Tenzing Lama, Maitreyamantaka|
|Born||6 February 1904|
Cologne, German Empire
|Died||27 July 1991 (87) |
|Affiliations||American Buddhist Society and Fellowship, Inc.; Buddhist UFO Research Center|
|Known for||"Agharta" (1951)|
Robert Ernst Dickhoff (February 6, 1904 - July 27, 1991), also known as Sungma Tenzing (Red) Lama, was a German-born American Buddhist author and saucerian, founder of the American Buddhist Society and Fellowship, Inc. and the Buddhist UFO Research Center. Dickhoff is most well-known for his book Agharta: The Subterranean World (1951), in which he details the story of a Venusian-reptilian occupation of the ancient underground city of Agharta (beneath the Yarlung Tsangpo Valley of Tibet), and how the city was liberated in 1948 by a Martian-human alliance.
- Dickhoff, Robert Ernst (1947), The Eternal Fountain, A Kaleidoscope of Divine, Inspired Thought Sparks, Boston: Bruce Humphries, http://amzn.to/2zonipy
- Dickhoff, Robert Ernst (1951), Agharta, Boston: Bruce Humphries, http://amzn.to/2zoRwIO
- Dickhoff, Robert Ernst (1958), Homecoming of the Martians: An Encyclopaedic Work on Flying Saucers, Calif.: Bharti Association Publications, http://amzn.to/2zo5gU4
- Dickhoff, Robert Ernst (197?), Behold... the Venus Garuda, New York: R.E. Dickhoff
- Buhs, Joshua Blu (October 2016), Robert Ernst Dickhoff as a Fortean, joshuablubuhs.com, http://www.joshuablubuhs.com/blog/robert-ernst-dickhoff-as-a-fortean
- "United States Social Security Death Index," database, FamilySearch (https://familysearch.org/ark:/61903/1:1:VSXJ-N3R : 19 May 2014), Robert E Dickhoff, 27 Jul 1991; citing U.S. Social Security Administration, Death Master File, database (Alexandria, Virginia: National Technical Information Service, ongoing).