Hilton Hotema

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Hilton Hotema, born George R. Clements (7 February 1878, Fitchburg, Massachusetts - 1970),[1] was a 20th-century American alternative health writer, esoteric author and mystic, who also adopted the names Kenyon Klamonti and Dr. Karl Kridler.

Background[edit]

Hilton Hotema authored numerous books on dietetics, fasting, fruitarianism, breatharianism, vitality, cellular regeneration, longevity, higher consciousness, spirituality, alternative medicine and ancient wisdom, published by Health Research Books, Washington. He collaborated with Herbert Shelton,[2] and Hereward Carrington.[3] His contemporaries included Walter Siegmeister, Theos Bernard, Alexis Carrel and Johnny Lovewisdom, who wrote about related subjects.

In Man's Higher Consciousness, Hotema wrote that man was designed to live 80,000 to 100,000 years, before his teeth and alimentary canal were subject to degeneration. It was published in 1952 as Man's Miraculous Unused Power using the pen name Kenyon Klamonti.[4] According to the Natural Hygiene Society, Hotema believed he would live until 150.[5] Hotema is documented in the book The Struggle Between Religion & Science by Marshall J. Gauvin.

In addition to writing his own books, Hotema provided many introductions to the systematic reprintings of rare, out-of-print, esoteric books published by Health Research of Mokelumne Hill, California during the 1950s and 1960s.

Publications[edit]

  • Ancient Secret Of Personal Power (Tetragrammaton) (1960)
  • Ancient Sun God (1956)
  • Awaken The World Within (1963)
  • Breath Of Life And The Flame Divine (1957)
  • Cosmic Creation (Second Edition) (1958)
  • Cosmic Creation Part One (1956)
  • Cosmic Science Of The Ancient Masters
  • Cosmic Science of the Ancient Masters (2nd edition)
  • Creation: Cosmic Radiation In Florida
  • Divine Life (1963)
  • Empyreal Sea - Live 1400 Years (1964)
  • Facts of Nutrition: Vegetarianism & Longevity (1957)
  • Fasting Story #1:
  • Fasting Story #2: Wilborn, Carrington, Tanner, Hotema & Hanish
  • Genesis Of Christianity (1967)
  • Geriatrics
  • Glorious Resurrection
  • Golden Dawn
  • Great Law (1963)
  • Great Red Dragon
  • Health Thru Scientific Nutrition
  • Hidden Creator (1961)
  • How High Do You Climb?
  • How I Lived To Be Ninety (1966)
  • Kingdom Of Heaven
  • Land Of Light - The Tarot (1959)
  • Law of Life And Human Health
  • Live 1400 Years: Empyreal Living Sea (How High Do You Climb)
  • Live Better: Ancient Unknown Knowledge (1963)
  • Live Longer (1959)
  • Living Fire & God’s Law Of Life: Sacred Wisdom of the Ancients
  • Long Life In Florida (1962)
  • Lost Wisdom of the Ancient Masters
  • Lost Word Of Freemasonry (1967)
  • Magic Beam
  • Magic Temple (1968)
  • Magic Wand (1956)
  • Magic World (Magicalism) (1967)
  • Man’s Higher Consciousness
  • Man’s Miraculous Unused Powers (4 volumes)
  • Mysterious Sphinx
  • Mystery Man Of The Bible
  • Mystery Of Man
  • New Super Sprays Endangering Your Health
  • Orthopathy (Elementary Orthopathy): New Science Of Health & Natural Healing
  • Perfect Creation
  • Pre-Existence Of Man #1
  • Pre-Existence Of Man #2
  • Pythagoras
  • Science Of Organic Dietetics
  • Secrets Of Regeneration
  • Son Of Perfection #1
  • Son Of Perfection #2
  • Soul's Secret (1958)
  • Virgin Birth
  • We Do Not Die
  • Why Do We Age (1959)

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.librarising.com/astrology/celebs/hiltonhotema.html[permanent dead link] Libra Rising Astrology
  2. ^ Virgin Birth, Shelton & Hotema, Health Research Books, Washington
  3. ^ Fasting Story, Carrington, Tanner, Hotema and Hanish
  4. ^ http://www.aberree.com/v09/n07p13.html The Complete Abereree
  5. ^ "George R. Clements (AKA Hilton Hotema, AKA Kenyon Klamonti) claimed he became a vegan at 9 years of age after reading a book about health at school. He also claimed he lived as a breatharian-fruitarian for almost 80 years and would "live to be 150 years of age." He only managed to reach 92." http://naturalhygienesociety.org/diet3.html#9 Natural Hygiene Society