253Re: Eckankar: The H.I. Letter June 2005
- Jul 13, 2005Prometheus,
Since Klemp uses the term "fully cooked" in his H.I. Letter, do you
think he actually watches Judge Judy? I didn't think Harold watched
TV, because he suffers from that weird EMR disease. But perhaps that
is just a Klemp myth--a sort of conspiracy created to keep Eckists
away from TVs and computers where they might be exposed to the
Truth??? It seems to be a disease that Eckists do contract--I
learned of at least two having it before leaving Eckankar! Curious
that they both are H.I.s--those higher vibrations are so sensitive,
aren't they! : )
Klemp even suggests that Shamus could have been murdered by
> Rumi's disciples! Actually, Klemp seems to know what Shamus wasTV
> thinking by describing it (at first) in terms that Judge Judy (of
> fame) might use, but then HK starts to backpedal andAfter
> speculate. "Rumi, he felt needed 'to be cooked' by separation.
> all, his first departure had seen in Rumi a far greater devotionto
> God. Yet he still leaned too heavily on Shamus; it was holding himthe
> back spiritually, so Shamus may have decided to pop Rumi back in
> Now this is interesting! Here Klemp states that Rumi could only
> become fully "cooked" spiritually if he was separated from his
> Master. So, since Rumi was unwilling to leave or say good-bye then
> Shamus did the right thing and let him go by walking away. . .
> maybe. Or maybe Shamus was assassinated! Two things come to mind.
> Why doesn't Klemp (the Mahanta) know the truth about Shamus since
> Shamus also possessed the Mahanta consciousness? Klemp screwed
> up, didn't he! And secondly, why doesn't Klemp let his H.I.s goand
> allow them to become more fully "cooked" since he is, apparently,
> holding them "back spiritually!" "And so there we leave it."
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