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4234The Wisdom Notes Dec. 2008 [Part 1]

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  • prometheus_973
    Jan 1, 2009
      Hello All,
      Klemp now gives another lecture where
      he is once again preaching about using
      "discrimination," although, "results may
      vary," and that the M/LEM "has to come:
      to help you achieve it."

      THE WISDOM NOTES by Harold Klemp
      December 2008 [PART 1]

      "Dear Ones,
      Degrees of wisdom vary. Wisdom comes
      in different measures, like a pinch of salt
      to the highest degree possible.

      The manifestation of wisdom may be likened
      to a light in a lantern with shutters that
      allow only a portion of the light to escape.

      A given state of consciousness determines
      the amount of wisdom shown.

      One factor in determining the amount
      of wisdom an individual displays is vanity.

      The ego in a vain person stretches his
      importance to an extravagant degree,
      which others note with caution. Why the

      They may well hesitate to rely upon his
      judgment in serious matters. So, he must
      exceed their expectations. They want to
      be sure his discrimination is sound before
      committing to his direction. How much
      wisdom has he?"

      *NOTE: Klemp now tells another "FABLE"
      by the same person mentioned in his
      front page article: "Problems and Their

      Fable: 1.) A short tale used to teach
      a moral, often with animals as characters.
      2.) A story not founded on fact.
      3.) A legend or myth.
      4.) A lie; falsehood.


      HK: "Jean de La Fontaine, the seventeenth-
      century poet, tells a fable that demonstrates
      the peculiar judgment of one such character.

      An elephant and a rhinoceros once had
      a quarrel. They each had a different opinion
      about the boundaries of their domains and
      were determined to do battle over the issue,
      both willing to pit their might against the other's
      brawn. Thus would the two settle the matter."

      ME: It seems like there is still in-fighting going
      on within the ESC/RESA Hierarchy. Apparently
      Klemp, the ESC, as well as, the ECK Satsang
      Societies and the RESAs are incapable of controlling
      the negative behaviors of local Officers, Directors,
      Vahanas, and Coordinators. However, the territory
      ("boundary") disputes are created, mostly, via
      the focus upon Position and Rank (Initiation level),
      which feeds and inflates the Ego. It's really not a
      surprise that this is still a problem even after the
      H.I./L.I. Leadership Books/Workbooks, and Leadership
      classes. These are, supposedly, the "highly evolved"
      ECK Leaders Klemp is referring to! Chelas can't
      receive "Inner" guidance because Klemp is a fraud!
      Thus, HK needs to use lower means, verbal and
      written words, in order to communicate his wishes.

      I wonder, Who are the H.I. "Elephants" and Who
      are the "Rhinoceroses?" Do they, also, look like
      these animals? Klemp is implying that they are
      behaving like these lower consciousness animals!
      But, Why is Klemp, being indirect and ambiguous
      as to How, Who, and What he Specifically Wants
      done? Instead, Klemp is being obtuse and wishy-
      washy, once again, by using a "fable!" No wonder
      ECKists are confused, and that there are still problems
      within the EK org (after 27 years) under Klemp's rule!

      HK: "As fortune would have it, just then someone
      ran up to announce the imminent arrival of the
      god Jupiter's monkey, magic scepter in hand."

      *[It should be noted that HK states in the EK
      Lexicon (page 105) that JUPITER was: "THE
      the "monkey," now, represents either an ECK
      Master or, at the very least, a RESA! BTW- Is
      that a White or a Black "magic scepter" (sword)
      that Klemp's flunky/"Monkey" is holding?]

      HK: "The Elephant IMAGINED that Jupiter's
      messenger had come to enjoy the contest
      between him and the Rhino, so he prepared
      to welcome the ambassador into his own
      majestic presence. But the monkey was
      slow in coming to pay his respects."

      ME: WOW! Can it be any clearer than this!

      HK: "Finally, he arrived. The Elephant was
      truly puzzled, however, when the Monkey
      sat completely silent after giving a causal
      salute. So the Elephant said, `I would say
      that JUPITER and all of his court are soon to
      enjoy a tremendous battle!' `What battle?'
      asked the Monkey with a sober face. `Why,'
      sputtered the Elephant in bewilderment,
      `the grand fight between me and the Rhino.
      Surely, you've heard of the Rhino's challenge
      to my pride? My honor must see revenge.'

      ME: It is true, HK, and his Elephants and Rhinos
      [ECK Leaders] have Big Egos and seek revenge
      upon others.

      HK: "The Monkey, barely able to stifle a yawn,
      regarded the other with curiosity. After a long
      pause, Jupiter's ambassador said, `To be
      frank, in the vast celestial palaces such
      trifles are seldom spoken of at all.'

      ME: Is Klemp blind, arrogant, or stupid?
      This is Why there is a problem in the first
      place and Why Klemp is using this fable
      to speak about it. Yet, Jupiter (the Mahanta)
      and the Monkey (the RESAs) sit in their ivory
      "palaces" oblivious to any problems until it's
      too late and, thus, necessary to use an entire
      Wisdom Note to speak about it in order to
      SHAME ECK Leaders into cleaning up their
      "acts." Klemp expects and demands submission
      to his Will versus Soul having Its own Free Will.

      HK: "The Shamed Elephant, in a subdued
      tone, asked, `Then what is your business
      here in the land of Elephants?' The Monkey
      fingered his Scepter and replied, `Why, I've
      come to divide and distribute a blade of grass
      among some ants.' The gods shower care upon
      all creatures, great and small."

      ME: So, the Monkey (RESA) came to divide
      a blade of grass (Vahana Tips, or excerpts,
      from the RESA Star?) among some ants
      (chelas). That's so special!

      HK: `As to your affair, that's not yet been
      discussed in the heavens above.' "A person
      with an Elephantine Ego is only a Fool. Of
      course, No Fool is Wise."

      ME: Apparently something is being discussed
      now! Klemp must be looking into the mirror
      often, and is, thus, speaking of his own Huge
      EGO. HK is a Fool! Anyone who has to say that,
      "No Fool is Wise" must think that he is "Wise"
      and, therefore, cannot be a "Fool." However,
      in Klemp's case he's got it reversed, thus,
      "No Fool is Wise." [end of Part 1]

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