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6204Re: Yes, Klemp Had A Hip Replacement

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  • prometheus_973
    May 8, 2012
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      Here's more that I found
      on the Internet via Google:

      Linda. "It was an amazing talk
      about living and giving divine
      love to all life regardless of our
      circumstances. Harold Klemp
      fell and broke his hip earlier
      this year."

      Reflections of Soul
      –Sri Harold Klemp. The Spiritual
      Leader of ECKANKAR recently
      broke his hip during a skiing
      accident. He said he remembered
      to sing... [Ted Nugent's Stranglehold.
      He was delirious!]

      Does breaking one's hip during
      a ski outing sound like it was
      related to being a "Holding
      Tank for Karma" or from being
      inattentive and lacking experience?

      Thus, if Klemp trips because
      he's not paying attention and
      stubs his toe is this, too, due
      to the Karma of his chelas?

      BTW- If HK gets a flat tire, is
      that the fault of his chelas too?
      How much blame and guilt
      can chelas handle? Oh, one
      more thing, since H.I.s are
      karma free I'm assuming
      that Klemp is taking on the
      karma of the lower initiates
      only... right?


      > Hello Russ and All,
      > Maybe that Karma was
      > getting too heavy and
      > his human hip couldn't
      > handle the load? Maybe
      > HK lost his balance while
      > carrying all that karma
      > down the stairs? I'm thinking
      > he set the karma down,
      > and forgot where he put
      > it, and, then, tripped over
      > it!
      > Yes, Klemp fell and broke
      > his hip and needed to have
      > a replacement. Of course
      > he used the same old "Holding
      > Tank for Karma" excuse.
      > I don't see why HK didn't
      > just heal himself. WWRD?
      > What Would Rebazar Do?
      > I doubt that the fake RT
      > has a fake hip. He's as
      > perfect as a lie can be
      > and is 500 years old...
      > he's been a "holding
      > tank for karma" too but
      > isn't the worst for wear
      > like Klemp! ROFLMAO!
      > I'm told he was still in
      > pain at the seminar, but
      > fought through it for his
      > chelas. What's both funny
      > and sad is that he's simply
      > experiencing what his
      > followers experience, but
      > they don't use excuses.
      > It's called life! Plus, Klemp
      > has the best health care
      > money can buy!
      > Prometheus
      > Russ wrote:
      > I heard from an eck friend, the HK was in the hospital for 30 days with a broken hip. As anyone heard about this?
      > I can hear the jokes this will generate. I guess his reality is a bit 'cracked'.
      > but seriously folks...
      > Prometheus wrote:
      > Hello Etznab and All,
      > It is interesting that Phil
      > Morimitsu's books are
      > no longer available and
      > that Klemp doesn't permit
      > other EKists to have their
      > more profound stories
      > of experiences printed
      > since these could possibly
      > be seen as a challenge
      > to his authority.
      > Some EKists think Klemp
      > should have stepped down
      > long ago and that his EMR
      > illness (circa 1990) was
      > a "nudge" by the ECK for
      > him to acknowledge. Instead,
      > HK used his illnesses to
      > create the story about
      > being a "holding tank for
      > (the) Karma" of his chelas.
      > Prometheus
      > Etznab wrote:
      > They got reports? Hmm ... then maybe I should send in a report? :)
      > I could give other examples where it looks like Eckankar is interested
      > in stories from other people, including what people found by research.
      > Apparently though, the LEM. isn't going to simply look at the Eck-Vidya
      > and share answers to all of the questions people have. At the same time
      > though, it looks like people pick and choose from all the information
      > only what "THEY WANT" the facts to be and put the rest under the rug.
      > If one disregards the reported facts written by Paul Twitchell
      > concerning his meetings, encounters, and relationships with Eck Masters
      > then where does it leave you? In Never Never Land with Peter Pan and
      > Tinker Bell, etc.? (Hey look! He's playing a flute!)
      > http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Neverland
      > Are "spiritual experiences", the "stories" (and the stories that people
      > send in) somehow more REAL than factual accounts which can be
      > researched and verified? Or, Are "spiritual experiences" sometimes used
      > as a label for anything a person wants to be true? Iow, does the land
      > of make believe trump the actual facts? This is what it comes down to,
      > IMO.
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