2158Joan Will Be the Co-LEM in 10/2007 - I have spoken!
- Jan 16, 2007Hi Mish,
Yes, I believe that Klemp is preparing ECKists to
accept Joan as the Co-LEM in 10/2007. Afterall,
the negative "feminine principle" (pg.72, Eckankar
LexiCon) is more suited to running the Eckankar
org and is more adaptable to the Lower Negative
Worlds where Eckankar resides. Klemp has also
stated that all written words and even thoughts
are 'No Higher Than the Mental Plane.' Therefore,
a woman (Joan) could be at least a Co-LEM. HK
would still be the "Full" Mahanta.
Also, I'm certain that HK's purpose in explaining
the difference between a 12th & 13th LEM/Mahanta
"OF The Mahanta Consciousness" and a 14th
"FULL" Mahanta in both the 07/2006 Letter of
Light and in the 12/2006 Mystic World, Ask the
Master #3 was for an ulterior motive... like to set
Joan up as the Co-LEM. HK's not getting any younger,
needs the help, isn't very trusting, and doesn't plan
to retire anytime soon. Afterall, he still remembers
how he shafted Darwin and that... What goes around
What about Kata Daki (K.D.)? Since she's listed as a
Vairagi Adept I don't see why Joan couldn't also be
a 12th Initiate and Co-LEM. Through change is how
ECK legends are born! And, I remember that HK once
said that Eckankar did not believe in the traditions of
man. Are ECK traditions to be protected? From what?
It's all of the Lower World Planes isn't it and thereby
ruled by the KAL anyway. So, why not Joan as Co-LEM!
She can't do any worse than Klemp has done in his 24
years of do nothing nonsense. Wait! There are those
Guidelines, the RESA police, and fewer High initiations
given out. Do you hear that thump thump? That's the
sound... of those 7ths hitting their heads on that glass
ceiling... there's no higher outer 8th initiation ever
coming for most of them!
It is a manual for self-brain washing really, and
it is also a book that is paving the way for the next
female eck master to be named--Joan Klemp.
I don't believe that Joan Klemp can become the
Mahanta, the Living Eck Master.
>It is not something that I would care to debate
or even discuss, but this is just sharing what is
>BTW, thanks for illustrating that use of the
word "legend" in the book that you mentioned.
>And yeah, I can see that now about the word
real being what it was.
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