6604Re: Growing list
- Jan 17 3:47 PMI can't seem to go for long now without my Yahoo emails bouncing. So, again, I didn't get this message in my email folder and read it just now after visiting the site.
Will try to elaborate in the future about the subject.
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" wrote:
> Hello Etznab,
> What's this pertain to?
> I wasn't able to pull these
> sites up.
> What's Marman saying
> about "the Astral Library
> dream"(of PT's?) being
> misunderstood... in what
> What is the interpretation?
> It's more than a metaphor
> Didn't Klemp say that he,
> too, visited the Astral Library
> and saw Ancient manuscripts
> with Twitchell's handwritten
> notes scribbled in the margins.
> It seems that only EKists have
> access to this specific Astral
> Plane Library and that it's a
> really old style (ancient/wisdom
> filled) library that, mostly, EKists
> are taught to dream of and
> BTW-Anyone who plagiarizes,
> as Twitchell did, is also a liar.
> So why believe anything Twitchell
> This is what bothered Klemp.
> Klemp realized that Twitchell
> was worse than Darwin! The
> Astral Library story/dream was
> B.S. Klemp has made a vocation
> out of Eckankar just as Twitchell
> and Gross did. He rationalizes
> it all away by thinking that he
> is giving a select group of New
> Agers something to believe in.
> HK's giving them much of what
> the other religions give: Faith;
> Belief; Promises; Pride; Hope.
> While taking their money and
> being seen as Pope like by
> being infallible and beyond
> "etznab18" wrote:
> A.R.E. repost from 01/13/13
> "[...] As for the Astral library dream, this is unfortunate that it has become
> misunderstood in this way. I [Doug Marman] cover this in my book as well.
> I know that some could say that I am just offering another interpretation,
> but how do I know my interpretation is the correct one?
> The reason I feel confident is because Harold talked with me about the
> whole issue of Paul's plagiarism shortly before he had that dream and
> gave those talks or started writing about it.
> He was quite straightforward and told me that even though it might be
> hard to swallow he was discovering a growing list. I know Harold was not
> happy with what he had learned and felt that Paul had left him a mess to
> clean up. This is exactly what he says at the end of his Astral Library dream
> as well. [... .]"
> [Based on: January 2003 Doug Marman T.S. post - Response to Usually Skeptical:
> More Questions to Doug Marman]
> My contributions to the "growing list".
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