Beezone Lending Library
What is The Beezone Online Library?
The Beezone Online Library is a project of Beezone, a nonprofit educational foundation that makes available selected artistic and literary works under a system of voluntary, free online lending, under the fair use exclusion from copyright liability accorded to libraries and archives pursuant to 17 U.S.C. Sec. 107 and 17 U.S.C. Sec. 108.
Beezone’s library staffer (Ed Reither) is a member of the American Library Association and adheres to the ALA Code of Ethics. Beezone educates members as to the meaning of lawful fair use of copyrighted materials and imposes contractual and technical limitations on access to its materials. The Beezone’s Online Library contains materials that are protected by copyright, and by accessing this content, library MEMBERS are agreeing not to violate those copyrights by piratical behavior, i.e., using the materials for anything other than private study, scholarship or research.
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Many of the books and periodicals in this wing of the Beezone Lending Library were written by Adi Da Samraj, who is the Founder and Spiritual Source of Adidam (also referred to as the Reality-Way of Adidam Ruchiradam and simply the Way of the Heart). Other publications in this wing were written or compiled by Adi Da’s devotees.
Adi Da was known by many names throughout His lifetime (1939-2008), and so you will see Him referred to as the author of these books under various names.
All the books that Adi Da Samraj wrote are the legal property of the Avataric Samrajya of Adidam Pty Ltd, as trustee for the Avataric Samrajya of Adidam (“ASA”).
The Beezone Lending Library practices “Digital Rights Management”, and members who borrow books from this lending library must understand and agree to borrow books in accordance with the following member guidelines:
I understand that, at any one time, the Beezone Lending Library may only digitally lend to its members as many copies of a book as it has a print copy of on its library shelves. (This is called the “owned to loaned” ratio, where a digital version of a book is lent to a reader just as a physical copy would be in a regular library).
I understand and agree that I may digitally borrow one book at a time for up two weeks from the Beezone Library.
I understand that the Beezone Library uses digital rights management to prevent copying and redistribution of the books in its lending library, and I agree that I will not attempt to unlawfully copy, download, modify or disseminate any book I borrow from the Beezone Lending Library.
The Beezone Lending Library acknowledges and respects that it is Adi Da Samraj’s Sacred and “Ever-Living” Intent that his written, spoken and artistic Works not be reproduced or modified without consulting the copyright owner ASA.
The Knee of Listening
The Knee of Listening (1973)
This book on the Beezone Lending Library is The Knee of Listening as
published in 1973 by the Dawn Horse Press. The current edition (published
in 2004) is greatly expanded with additional essays and is available for sale
at the Dawn Horse Press website.
Not-Two Is Peace
Not-Two Is Peace (2009)
Not-Two Is Peace is one of the “Source-Texts” by Adi Da Samraj. This book
on the Beezone Lending Library is the third edition of the Work. The current,
fourth edition (published in 2019) is expanded to include three new essays
and is available for sale at the Dawn Horse Press website.
The Revolutionary (and Yet Conventional) Effort of Classical Buddhism and “Mind Dharma” in Buddhism
The Revolutionary (and Yet Conventional) Effort of Classical Buddhism and
“Mind Dharma” in Buddhism (2005)
These two essays were published as a booklet in 2005, and the booklet may
be purchased from the Dawn Horse Press website.
A twelve week course taught by Franklin Jones
The Knee Of Listening Tapes/transcribed discourses entitled the ‘Life of Understanding’ took place in Los Angeles in 1973
In the pipeline
The Laughing Man Magazine: On the Principles and Secrets of Religion, Spirituality, and Human Culture, was published by the Dawn Horse Press from 1976 to 1988.