More Self Promotion and Nonsense From Klemp
- According to Klemp "the Kali Yuga is
the true Golden Age." In this latest
"The Mystic World" of September 2009
Klemp promotes his older Mahanta
Transcript, Book 4 while deluding
BTW- In the first story of "May Thy
Will Be Mine" isn't it interesting that
Jane had a dream revelation that "hard
times" were a "spiritual blessing."
Anyway, here's the page 2 promo,
from HK, the Old Testament Bible
thumping and "Modern Prophet"
"The True Golden Age
Today this message of the Light and
Sound is being carried into the world
to a greater degree than ever before
in history. This is often overlooked:
As individuals doing our part, we don't
see the greatness and splendor of the
ECK works as they are presented throughout
the world to all mankind.
This is the greatest era of spirituality
the world has ever known. Even during
the Golden Age, Soul wasn't learning
to It's full capacity, because everything
was harmonious. There's nothing wrong
with harmony, BUT Soul is tempered by
the hardships of life.
This is why the Kali Yuga, the Iron Age
in which we are now, is so important.
It gives Soul the opportunity to be tempered
to Its final purity so that It can become
a Co-worker with God. In that sense,
the Kali Yuga is the true Golden Age,
the age of high spirituality in which the
message of ECK can be carried out to
the world." --Rev. Harold Klemp
The Golden Heart, Mahanta Transcripts,
BTW- Doesn't this "Yuga" thing seem
Shouldn't the GOLDEN AGE (Satya Yuga)
be at the end of the YUGA cycle? Yes!
The Kali Yuga should be at the beginning
of the cycle and Not at the end.
This whole yuga thing is just another
religious explanation as to why there
is violence and hardship in the world.
Life does temper us with tests, but it
has nothing to do with religion or with
Klemp and a "Mahanta."
Really, if one looks at and believes in
"evolution" of the species, and of Soul's
spiritual growth, wouldn't/shouldn't the
"GOLDEN AGE" come at the end of the
Someone got it wrong (Sant Mat, etc.)
and Klemp fell for it! Then, again, look
at Klemp's Lutheran background!