Prometheus, Ma-li, and anybody else reading this, Paranoia and
narcissism go hand in hand. Here's a link that talks about it...
I extracted a few passages which I thought were relevant to Klemp's
"Grandiose -- belief that you are an extremely important person, an
invaluable member of society, and possess or make some special
unrecognized talent or contribution." (He's already stated that he is
God on earth and the highest consciousness in all the universes).
"Persecution -- belief that others are out to get you, are plotting
against you, foiling your every move, or making you feel guilty or
ashamed." (This is part of his paranoia which is revealed in the
extremely tight security around him and the initiative to have
background checks on all his H.I.'s.)
"Bodily -- belief in some kind of undiagnosed deteriorative medical
condition such as dissolving of spinal cord, rotting or deterioration
of skin, organs, or brain." (We've seen him complain about all his
bodily illnesses including his obsession with electromagnetic
radiation - EMR.)
"Religious -- belief that you are an important religious figure, in
contact with deities, or serving some special theological purpose in
the world." (Again, his claim to be God's highest instrument and
representative with the duty to bring all Souls back to God proves how
delusional he is.)
"male narcissists tend to get ahead by becoming involved in massive
power struggles" (The overthrowing of Darwin).
"They live life by idealizing those who satisfy their narcissistic
needs and systematically devaluing and denigrating those who do not.
Underneath their superficial charm, they feel they have a right to
control, manipulate, exploit, and be cruel to others." (Giving 8th
initiations to those who help elevate Klemp's status - people like
Peter Skelsky and Jack Heil while criticizing many of the Eckankar
membership - see Eck Satsang 3 and 4).
"Being a narcissist is close to being an alcoholic but MUCH more so.
Alcoholism is impulsive behavior. Narcissists have this plus hundreds
of other problems. Narcissists frequently have uncontrollable
behaviors, like rage which is an outcome of their grandiosity.
Narcissists can rarely be cured, but side effects, associated
disorders (such as OCD), pathological lying, and the paranoiac
dimensions CAN be modified." (Ford's book talked about his own
experiences with Klemp's temper and that he was easy to anger).
What do you think?