Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Look at what Twitchell said about "the Negro" in 1963!
- View SourcePrometheus,
I liked the content in your 3rd paragraph.
It reminded me about something.
It has to do with history when the timeline
disappears & nobody seems to really knows
for sure what happened beyond a certain
I suspect there are many reasons why the
older history gets the more fabulous. And I
imagine it has to do with the fact that much
of ancient history amounts to people who
are not authorities. Not eye witnesses to
the events and / or the time period, but so
many people, instead, quote for an authority
anybody and everybody who said anything
about it, ever.
If one were following a trail of popcorn in
the woods (bread crumbs, whatever) and
they suddenly disappeared ...? How would
one continue to follow the path and arrive
at a destination? Imagination anyone?
I think imagination can be well and fine at
times, but also that it's often a poor excuse
for lack of knowledge and ignorance about
the truth! And sometimes imagination can
make things much worse ... as anybody in
the woods who ends up totally lost comes
to find out.
History is a hobby of mine, but I really do
hate it when a supposed unique authority
is found out to have only quoted someone
else before them but made it look like they
were the original source. Either that, or it
might be some channeled and / or anony-
mous being who was claimed to dictate
n. Too bad though when the
information dictated is found not to be so
original, but it was common knowledge &
written in books years ago. This begs the
question of who is fooling who, IMO. And
From: prometheus_973 <prometheus_973@...>
Sent: Wed, 4 Feb 2009 2:28 pm
Subject: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: Look at what Twitchell said
about "the Negro" in 1963!
Since the 971st, 972nd, and 973rd ECK M/LEMs
were all married twice... How many times was
Rebazar Tarzs married, as well as, the other
Can Klemp tell us via using his "powers of
perception?" Or, could HK simply ask these
EK Masters on the "inner?" Are questions like
this "forbidden" for chelas to ask? WHY?
Hmmmmm. I wonder. Has this question ever been
asked before? Could it be that Klemp and his cohorts,
at the ESC (RESAs too), simply discourage questions
(especially the juicy ones) because they, too, don't
know the answers? Probably! Actually, it's more than
"probably" it's a big Of Course! And, this is, also,
WHY there's a lot of Second Guessing and Imagining
going on "behind the scenes" (locally) in ECKankar!
One has to have answers and connect the dots for
peace of mind. This is what Faith and Belief are based
upon. Thus, one has to imagine, assume, speculate,
rationalize, self-hypnotize and delude oneself for
religion to work best!
Hello Leanne and All,
Sure Twitch married Gail! He was born (according
to Klemp) in 1908 and she was born in 1942! She
was young, cute, ambitious, and she inspired and
helped him to create ECKankar! She was his muse!
Their mission was a two pronged effort that paid
off, especially, for her and Klemp!
Of course, P.T.'s out-dated chauvinistic attitude
is another reason why the EK dogma was written,
thus, disallowing (negative) women from becoming
the M/LEM, although, female EK Masters are, supposedly,
and he married Gail?
LOOK AT WHAT THE FUTURE 971st ECK M/LEM
SAID ABOUT THE NEGRO JUST ONE and a HALF
YEARS BEFORE BECOMING THE LEADER of ECK!
Twitchell thought that both Women and Negroes
should, basically, step back and know their place
as second class citizens. And, this is supposedly
a time (1963), according to Klemp, that Twitchell
was a Higher Initiate and being instructed by ECK
Master Rebazar Tarzs! After all, Twit was in training
to become the LEM and leader of ECKankar in only
one and a half (1.5) more years (1965)!
Seattle Post-Intelligencer, Seattle, Washington,
JULY 9, 1963=0
"Paul Twitchell, Man Of Parts by Jack Jarvis
He spent nearly a year in India in a monastery
[the head of a monastery is called the Mahanta]
and five years with an Indian religious cult in Maryland.
He still writes occasionally for a magazine published
in Japan by an Indian religious group... In his best writing
year, Twitchell says, he sold 1,200 stories and articles.
[more self-promotion and lies!]
Of the five novels he's had published (four of them
in England), one, a mystery, may be filmed in England
soon. Unpublished manuscripts share bookshelf space
with scrapbooks of clippings.
And he feels that if a certain New York publisher had
more men than women reading manuscripts, his diatribe
'All About Women' would have been published too.
During his three years in Seattle, he's had one book and
five short stories published and has sold one television
script... by his own admission he's an 'authentic nondescript
individualist' who is against... many things...
he [Twitchell] dislikes career women...
he is against 'the flapdoodle of these modern times,' i.e.
togetherness, credit cards, insurance, and ranch-type
homes in the city. He shuns routine,
thinks the NEGRO is 'whacky as a bug' for wanting to
get into the White man's society, is a loner and a rebel..."