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3040Re: HK and Other Narcissists Always Play the Blame Game

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  • prometheus_973
    Dec 7, 2007
      Yes, HK and "other" narcissists should be able to identify
      their disorder with these traits. I'm certain that Mark A.
      and Cheryl G. can! LOL! However, since narcissists suffer
      from persecutory (paranoid) delusions they will probably
      think they are being attacked versus being identified for
      the sake of treatment. Usually they are the ones to first
      attack, sometimes while using a contrived excuse, and
      will attack their imagined foes relentlessly while trying
      to wear them down or making them submit in one way
      or another. Even then, they have to get in the last word.
      With Klemp it's a different story because he cannot ever
      be challenged (within EK) or criticized by his followers
      and woe to any who would! This is, also, why Klemp does
      his own proofreading! Of course, this is also a flaw in
      his character due to his narcissistic disorder. It's obvious
      that no one proofed his "Restrooms Are Unisex" talk!

      Also, identifying these traits is a "heads up" for those who
      have befriended, believed in, or have had dealings with these
      narcissists and to use caution when dealing with their over
      inflated egos and manipulations. They are wolves in sheep's

      Never challenge a narcissist or trust you can be safe for
      sharing your truth with them. You may turn around to find
      a knife in your back! This is, also, because they suffer from
      a form of ADD since much of their attention is only a narrow
      focus upon the needs of their inflated egos (to win over others!)
      which they use as a defense mechanism. In truth, they are very
      fearful and insecure people.

      However, don't feel too sorry for them because they don't
      have any real tolerance, compassion, or empathy for you and
      others... it's all for show! They would rather destroy those who
      they perceive as a threat to their ego and influence.

      This is why Twitchell made threats and used the "Law of Silence"
      and why Klemp supports and uses these old threats while using
      new intimidations via Rules, Guidelines, and the RESA Police. And
      by withholding & slowing down initiations when Eckists are slow to
      volunteer, donate, and parrot the dogma or who don't "Surrender"
      their "Spiritual Freedom" to him entirely is another method to get
      people to comply with his (HK's) authority over them. Those who
      believe they are part of the "inner circle" or those who think that
      the EK initiations were/are valid indicators of higher consciousness
      have bought into the narcissistic P.O.V.!

      Eckists aren't permitted to ask, "Where did the spouse
      of Adom and Ede's child (Cane?) come from in a new world
      of only three inhabitants? [See Polarians in the EK Lexicon,
      and page 27 of HK's Autobiography]

      And, isn't it interesting that Klemp states in his Autobiography:
      "... after watching Paul and other ECK Masters develop the
      spiritual strength of their followers, I learned that A REAL

      Yet, ECKists have "leaned on" Klemp for 25 years! What
      a liar these narcissists are! They fear the Truth because their
      deluded ego has it good and feels secure by creating and
      imagining a false reality that places them above all others
      in a limited and delusional little world of lies. However, their
      own fear and ignorance of the truth (masked and protected
      by their inflated egos) keeps them in the narrow confines of
      an endless cycle of delusion. For ECKists the delusion began
      with PT & GT, went to GT & DG, then to HK & MK and to HK
      & JK. What ever happened to RT the only LEM/Mahanta?!
      Afterall, why would Rebazar hand the Rod to Twit (or DG & HK)
      when only RT can remain in a physical body!

      ECKists just need to see the truth by connecting the dots in
      front of them!


      mish wrote:
      > Having read many of the personal stories that Klemp has
      > written about himself, one can see how this description
      > fits Klemp. Something seemed wrong in his early years in
      > that he had difficulty fitting in with his family and the
      > society he grew up in. Have you ever noticed, how Klemp
      > will put himself above others by criticizing others. The
      > white haired lady in the restrooms are unisex story is just
      > a recent example-Klemp was right in his mind to go into
      > the lady's room, confront the shocked and probably
      > frightened woman, and raise her consciousness to his
      > level by proclaiming that restrooms are unisex! This is
      > really magical thinking at its best! LOL!
      > From an article on the narcissist personality disorder,
      > I noticed how Klemp and other "leaders" of cults seem
      > to fit many of the characteristics of a narcissist. I found this
      > list of characteristics on open-site.org:
      > Characteristics and Traits
      > A person diagnosed with the Narcissistic Personality Disorder
      > (NPD) feels grandiose and self-important. He tends to exaggerates
      > his accomplishments, talents, skills, contacts, and personality
      > traits to the point of lying.
      > He also demands to be recognized as superior without
      > commensurate achievements.
      > Narcissists are obsessed with fantasies of unlimited success, fame,
      > fearsome power or omnipotence, unequalled brilliance (the cerebral
      > narcissist), bodily beauty or sexual performance (the somatic
      > narcissist), or ideal, everlasting, all-conquering love or passion.
      > They are firmly convinced that he or she is unique and, being special,
      > can only be understood by, should only be treated by, or associate
      > with, other special or unique, or high-status people (or institutions).
      > The narcissist requires excessive admiration, adulation, attention
      > and affirmation - or, failing that, wishes to be feared and to be
      > notorious. Such feedback is known as narcissistic supply and the
      > narcissist uses it to regulate his labile sense of self-worth.
      > The narcissist feels entitled. He demands automatic and full
      > compliance with his unreasonable expectations for special and
      > favorable priority treatment. A a result, he is often "interpersonally
      > exploitative", i.e., uses others to achieve his or her own ends;
      > Narcissists lack empathy. They are unable or unwilling to identify
      > with, acknowledge, or accept the feelings, needs, preferences,
      > priorities, and choices of others.
      > They are constantly envious of others and seek to hurt or destroy
      > the objects of their resulting frustration. They suffer from
      > persecutory (paranoid) delusions because they believe that others
      > feel the same about them - seething with envy and resentment -
      > and are likely to act on these negative sentiments.
      > The narcissist is arrogant and haughty. He feels superior, omnipotent,
      > omniscient, invincible, immune, "above the law", and omnipresent
      > (magical thinking). Rages when frustrated, contradicted, or confronted
      > by people he considers inferior to him and unworthy.
      > --Well, this is quite a list of traits, but I think it is obvious that Klemp
      > demonstrates some of these in his personality make-up and behavior.
      > Perhaps, some narcissists are attracted to cults like eckankar as such
      > teachings really do feed their egos. They are the elite, the chosen
      > ones, etc. And if a person who joins eckankar isn't a narcissist in the
      > beginning, they are at risk of taking on these difficult and abnormal
      > personality traits. But I do believe that once such a person leaves such
      > an org, they can recover and get their balance back . . . unless, of course,
      > the disorder was already present when joining a cult. IMO!
      > Mish
      > --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com,
      > "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@> wrote:
      > >
      > > Hi All,
      > > I was looking at Klemp's Autobiography where he
      > > disclosed, again, about his lock-up in a Mental
      > > Institution. Klemp NEVER Takes Responsibility for
      > > his own imbalance and negative words and behaviour.
      > > It's always someone else's fault! This is typical SOP
      > > (standard operating procedure) for a narcissist, as
      > > well as, needing to be the center of attention.
      > > Klemp always points the finger at others and tells
      > > them that the fault is with them as he criticizes,
      > > judges, and finds fault as he manipulates his devotees.
      > >
      > > In Chapter 23 HK talks about people being possessed
      > > by Astral entities (evil spirits). Klemp implies that the
      > > staff psychiatrist was very susceptible to these Astral
      > > entities and to suicide, more so, than some patients!
      > >
      > > Klemp states, "The field of medicine is said to have
      > > the highest rate of suicide among ALL OCCUPATIONS
      > > ... the highest... is among psychiatrists." [My caps]
      > >
      > > Klemp goes on to say, "... Astral entities ride down
      > > into a victim... using one victim as a home base, they
      > > may transfer to a second or third person."
      > >
      > > HK: "Entities select their victims from among those
      > > with: (1) a genetic weakness; (2) a lack of self-discipline;
      > > (3) A STRONG EMPATHY FOR A VICTIM..." [My Caps]
      > >
      > > Yes, it's funny to see a narcissist talk of Love, Compassion,
      > > and Tolerance while they contradict themselves. They have
      > > No Empathy because the world revolves around them.
      > > They are quite insane and attempt to have their blind
      > > followers support their insanity. "Restrooms Are Unisex!"
      > >
      > > Prometheus
      > >
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