About Lars Muhl


Lars Muhl is a Danish author, mystic and musician, born in Aarhus, Denmark in 1950.



Already as a 10 year old, Lars Muhl had experienced glimpses of another reality. The shock, following the sudden death of his younger sister, caused painful kundalini-like experiences, giving access to the ethereal worlds and a hypersensitive insight into other people's pain. This lasted for three years.

 A turning point came when Lars was 15 and received a book anonymously in the post. Hazrat Inayat Khan's "Gayan, Nirtan, Vadan" became the start of a lifelong esoteric study.

Like Paulo Coelho, Lars was for many years a successful singer/songwriter who, concurrently with his music, studied the world's religions and esoteric knowledge. Then in 1996, he was struck down by an unexplained illness, which neither doctors nor alternative therapists could diagnose. For three years he lay in bed without being able to move or think straight.

Through a close friend's intervention, Lars was put in touch with a seer who, via the telephone, brought him back to life. That was the start of a completely new existence and the beginning of that quest he has so grippingly described in his trilogy book "The O Manuscript".


The Seer



Born in Aarhus, Denmark, 14. November 1950. Started writing a diary based on his strange visions at the age of 12. Found solace in playing an old accordian, given to him by a grand uncle (read Lars Muhl's short story "Another time, another place" here). Left school in 1966 to become a musician in a small local band, Dragon Five, led by Hardy Stavnsbo.

Joined the more professional band Daisy in 1968. The other members were: Poul Erik Veigaard, Frank Lorentzen, Flemming Walsøe and Eigil Madsen. The year after, managed by Haim Saban, Daisy toured Israel for 3 month. Because of drugs, they had to stay in the notorius Kabir Prison in Jaffa, but were released 8 days later.


Daisy in Israel (Lars Muhl is second to the left)


Daisy released a single, "Lucifer/Zimmerman" in 1969 (click here to listen). The single became single of the month at Radio Luxemburg. The band broke up in 1971. An unsuccesful comeback resulted in the album "The Lonesome Brigade".

After the split, Lars attended Royal Academy of Music in Aarhus from 1974-76. In 1979 Lars formed the powerpop-band Warm Guns with fellow members Jens G. Nielsen, Jacob Perbøll, Per Møller and Lars Hybel. Their debut was recorded and became their first album "First Shot Live".

In the following four years, Warm Guns recorded 4 albums: "Instant Schlager", "Italiano Moderno", "Follow Your Heart Or Fall" and the live-album "Hey, Hey, Hey". They had two minor hits, "The Young Go First" and "Wonderkids".

From 1986 to 1999 Lars continued his career within the music business as solo artist and songwriter. He recorded 5 albums: "The Glorious Art of Breaking Little Girls' Hearts and Blowing Big Boys' Brains", "King of Croon", "When Angels Fall", "Kingdom Come", "Mandolina" and the retrospective double album "Till The End of Time".

In 1996 he was awarded the WMC's Songwriters Million Certificate. He left the business in 1999.

Together with his wife, Githa Ben-David, he released the album "To Heal The Space Between Us", in 2011.


With Githa Ben-David


Lars' authorship was founded in 1993 with the autobiographic "Soul at Fire", followed by the strange novel "Zoé". He has written a string of books, mostly covering spiritual themes.

His trilogy "The O Manuscript" ("The Seer", "The Magdalene" and "The Grail") has become an esoteric cult classic and is now being released throughout the world, mainly through Watkins Publishing in London. See Books for more info.

Lars is a now working as a visionary and mystic, lecturer and writer. In 2003 he founded Hearts & Hands, a non-profit and apolitical aid organization based on the voluntary work of various therapists. Together with his wife, Githa Ben-David, he founded Gilalai – Institute for Energy & Consciousness.