Re: Rebazar Tarzs died . . .
- Okay, Rebazar Tarzs who never existed but in the imaginations
of those fooled to think he existed, has finally died; therefore,
no more physical body for Rebazar--right? : )
My question, though, is one that eckists should really ponder long
and hard . . . .
WHY didn't Twitchell keep his physical body like Rebazar? Seems that
if Twitchell was an eck master that he would not have split from this
world in such a normal "human" way! Where were Twitchell's powers if
he couldn't hang around for hundreds of years like his old buddy
And what about Klemp? Does anyone believe that Klemp can live beyond
what would be considered a natural life? In his case, Klemp has outlived
his father's age--his father died at age 60. His mother lived to the age
of 91. Where will Klemp fall in his family life cycle? He might reach 100,
but for him to survive as long as the fate eck masters--well, that would
all be imaginary!
Speaking of imaginary, imagination can certainly be fun, but to live in
an imaginary world is just a cop out for escaping reality--is life so
unpleasant, unexciting, etc. that people like eckists decide to take that
path? I know little children will create imaginary places and things, but
they usually grow out of it by age 5.
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "mishmisha9"
> MZee posted this message on A.R.E., Jan 3, 8:33 pm
> "Rebazar Tarzs died on December 30, 2007 at 1:16 AM EST."
> Perhaps, being over 500 years old was too heavy for Rebazar? : )