Re: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: The Shame of It...
I couldn't find a copy on my computer. I'll
have to check my files from the old computer
that crashed a couple years ago.
Maybe the site is just down temporarily. If
it comes up again I'll be sure to make a copy.
From: Sharon <brighttigress@...>
Sent: Sun, Aug 2, 2009 11:16 am
Subject: [EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous] Re: The Shame of It...
Yes, great research!! LC, if you've got a list of those links and the
ekult books where you can find the specific plagiarized passages, that
would be most helpful, and I'd be happy to put it in the "files" over
at ET, where I've got several posts with plagiarism examples people
found that aren't really written down anywhere else on the internet
where people can easily find them. And somewhere, I've tried to
"compile" other plagiarism references.
It's been so long since I've looked at the eckbooks....
BTW, some years back I was told that a lot of the material on
"consciousness" (I believe) in one of the Shariyats was taken from
Gurdjieff/Ouspensky. I forget the name of the book & exact references,
gotta unpack all my eckstuff and get back to it soon.
I started out trying to find it but I'd blank out in the few seconds
between looking from one book to the other. <
Etznab, if you've got a copy of the "Center" website, I'd be happy to
put it in the "files" at ET, which is the fastest way to do it. I was
thinking, it might be a good idea to add it to my Geocities website,
but it's been quite a few years since I've done anything with websites,
and I'm "rusty". A lot of the material at the "Center" site was the
"new" plagiarism that Chuck Stockdale documented from Neville Goddard's
For years, I've thought that what's really needed is *one* big
reference book/website with *all* the documented plagiarism, both
ekult's books & the source documents right next to each other. It's a
massive project, and I'm certainly not organized & focused enough to do
it, if I tried it would take forever & probably be a mess, but Etznab -
well, I think you're someone who could do something like that *very*
well, if you ever feel like it!! <gg> (And BTW, the first time
I read Stranger by the River, I thought no way did Twitch write this,
it wasn't his "voice", I think a woman had a lot to do with it, Gail or
Patti Simpson maybe?)
Well, I just popped over here to the website & glancing at the
"message" list, it looks like I might have missed some things in my
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, nancy brunelle
> Thanks to LivingTheCreative for a fine post.