Klemp's newly revised Lexicon
is already passe'.
What's odd is that Twitchell's
Eckankar Dictionary was over-
seen and printed by the 972nd
LEM, Darwin Gross, in 1973,
and 25 years later, in 1998,
Klemp revised it and renamed
the Eckankar Dictionary to:
"The Cosmic Sea of Words,
The Eckankar Lexicon."
In his 1998 redo Klemp made
additions to PT's Eckankar Dictionary,
such as the "12 Spiritual Years
of Celebration," (among other
additions) changed some text,
and omitted some important ones
Now, 11 years after the revised
Dictionary/Lexicon HK decides
to do more tweaking via a new
cover-up and "Shifting of Gears"
involving the "Truth" of Paul's
Here's the promo:
"Sri Harold has newly updated
and EXPANDED this must-have
companion to the spiritual works
of ECK. With over 200 NEW ENTRIES,
including new and updated graphics,
your explorations of more than 1900
key spiritual terms and concepts
will provide you with endless inspiration...
Every ECK chela and serious seeker
will want this key reference to the
Eckankar works." (242 pages, $16.00)
However, isn't it interesting that
HK's 1998 ECK Lexicon has 250
pages while his newly revised
book has only 242 pages, but
"200 new entries!" How many
original entries, and which ones,
have been omitted? Why?
Maybe ECKists should make a
comparison with this newly "revised"
book to both the 1973 EK Dictionary
and the 1998 EK Lexicon in order
to see, for themselves, what's been
omitted and changed in order to
"know" the why!