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918Re: ZOHAR AND SEPHER more Eck fiction by Twitchell

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  • Freefrom
    Nov 30, 2005
      LOL Yes, I agree. It's the old, it's too absurd to be true, so
      therefore it must be true! How could someone have made all of this
      stuff up? No one would be so dishonest as to just make all of this
      stuff up, right? Wrong. Let's face it, the ability to lie and act "as
      if" is a very human trait. It takes guts and courage to be honest.
      Lots of people lie all the time and lots of people try to live a
      mostly honest life. Those who stay with eckankar are still stuck in
      the herd mentality, like sheep. It's a kind of self-deception and
      false security.

      I think the whole cult/religion thing can be a bit like an addiction.
      The Kult addict doesn't want to admit to the addiction. Delusion and
      denial can be very powerful forces in the human psyche, IMO. I admit
      it myself. I was in a way drawn to the weird complex absurdity of
      eckankult as being true because I also believed that people are
      basically honest and good. I was also very naive, but not anymore.
      Spirituality doesn't mean that we have to give up having a brain. Even
      a child knows when the emperor is not wearing any clothes. It's a
      great story, because the emperor also believed that he was wearing
      clothes, when in fact he was walking around naked in pretense,
      believing what his handlers had told him.

      Hmmm. Didn't Klemp do something like that. LOL


      --- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973"
      <prometheus_973@y...> wrote:
      > Hi L2eigh,
      > I have to agree that this could be a factor at times. On these Zohar
      > and Sepher examples, however, I'm thinking that Twitch was in a rush
      > to create new material for his scam and used the same source
      > material for both. This is why we can see a relationship to the two
      > fabrications.
      > On the other hand, Twitch could have been playing with us and did
      > this as a game of sorts. Twitch was clever and egotistical, and this
      > might have been his way of having the last laugh on those followers
      > and critics who were more educated (Ph.Ds).
      > Also, Twitch might have assumed that no one else would have done the
      > research that he had done and would never find his source material
      > or see the correlation.
      > Another factor is, Why would anyone Not beleive him? Why would
      > Twitch lie about Rebazar Tarzs or the rest of it? Hmmmmmm. So, maybe
      > Twitch did consciously use obscure parts of anything and everything
      > and redefined it to suit his purpose at the time.
      > And, it does seem like Twitch was a compulsive liar as well! After
      > awhile his mind became so deluded that he probably couldn't even
      > decipher any real truth for himself. It seems like the double dupe
      > was doubled with delusion! It's no wonder that Eckists find most of
      > this confusing and complex and decide to just surrender their minds
      > and wills to the Klempster.
      > Prometheus
      > "l2eigh" lgrif wrote:
      > Hi Prometheus:
      > In your post to Mish you indicate how the mind produces views for us
      > out of stuff we've crammed into it. Don't you think J.P.T. was
      > falling for this as well? This Zohar/Sephiroth, Zohar/Sepher thing
      > seems to be a perfect example. So often in the past six years I've
      > seen people expressing the view that a lot of the junk was
      > consciously engineered. I think this gives the people we're talking
      > about WAY too much credit for being clever. I think far more often
      > (particularly when you look at the volume of stuff) it's a case of
      > someone spitting out something their mind had thrown up at them to
      > experience. This makes them a double dupe, really. First they cram
      > their mind full of stuff, then it kicks it back to them as best it
      > can, and THEN they believe it, as is, without any critical review !
      > Leigh
      > Prometheus wrote:
      > The Eckankar Lexicon has proof of Twitchell's scam. . . if only
      > Eckists would really read it and do the research! In "The Path of
      > the Masters" (Twitchell's primary resource book) on pages 161-168 is
      > a very interesting discussion of the Kabbalah. "The En Soph,
      > therefore, was compelled to create the world in an indirect manner
      > by ten emanations from the infinite light which he was, and in which
      > he dwelt. These ten emanations are the ten Sephiroth, or Splendors
      > of the Infinite One... each of these Sephiroth was represented by a
      > Divine name and by an Angelic name... During the middle ages exiled
      > Jewry kept itself alive by various mystical interpretations of its
      > mission and destiny as expressed in a vast Kabbalistic literature,
      > which ultimately found its most unified, most perfect expression in
      > the Zohar, called the 'Book of Splendor.' This book did something
      > which even the Bible and Talmud had ignored. It discovered for the
      > materialistic Jew a new and hitherto unknown Kingdom: the Kingdom of
      > the soul."
      > Notice the words "Zohar" and "Sephiroth." Now let's look at the
      > Eckankar Lexicon.
      > "Zohar, the. ZOH-hahr A future ROOT RACE who will come from a far
      > distant planet to colonize the world after the destruction in the
      > twenty-first and twenty-second centuries, but they will fail and
      > after several centuries will withdraw. See also Sepher."[pg. 243]
      > "Sepher. SEHP-hehr The ECK Master who will be responsible for the
      > spiritual welfare of the Zohar, the ROOT RACE who will colonize ..."
      > [pg. 187]
      > So, I think that we can all see how Twitch created another "Eck
      > Master" Seph(er) and a new root race (Zohar) to go with him.
      > Prometheus
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