Also known as the Bardo Thodol which means "liberation by hearing on the after death plane" (Bardo: after death plane, Thodol or Thotrol: liberation by hearing),
it was originally written in the Tibetan language and is meant to be a guide for those who have died as they transition from their former life to a new destination.
The Tibetan Book of the Dead was first published in 1927 by Oxford University Press, London.
However, we offer video broadcasts of readings of the book that include insightful discussions of its contents within the context of the Summum philosophy, the Summum rites of Modern Mummification, and what Summum terms as "Transference."