Re: Eckankar Temple
- I did'nt look at the stair case I could'nt stand to see anymore.
rant rant rant......Diana
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@...> wrote:
> Hello Diana,
> That's supposed to be a ziggurat
> roof. The Sedona money was spent
> on the Chanhassen property. But,
> there is still a building fund that
> people are still donating to after
> more than 40 years. And, there's
> a missionary fund too! Klemp lives
> in the upscale neighborhood of
> Eden Prairie along with many higher
> level staffers. Peter Skelsky also
> has a condo in the Tampa area
> that Harold and Joan use. It's hard
> to tell who has what and where
> the money is because Klemp moved
> them to Minnesota so that he wouldn't
> have to divulge the finances of his
> non-profit religious scam.
> Did you see the pics of the gilded
> staircase of the new ESC?
> I'm surprised that Klemp doesn't
> have a bell tower on the EK campus.
> And, why didn't they put in condos
> to rent to the ESC staffers? There's
> plenty of room to build some buildings
> to rent for EK businesses, but Klemp
> doesn't seem to be planning for the
> future. Anyway, even if this was a
> thought it would take them five years
> to discuss it before any action was
> BTW- It's okay to rant. We all do it,
> and sometimes we need to unload.
> Diana Stanley wrote:
> I just clicked on the temple site.
> Good lord It must have cost a fortune!
> I rmember when I started working
> for Eck we were in a tiny office in
> Vegas. To tell the truth looking at
> it made me sick to my stomach.
> The prictures of the Eck masters
> were pretty good. I'm sure the
> artist was under the same delusion
> I was.
> Remember the building fund we all
> sent money to that was supposed to
> be built in Sedona?
> It was going to be a bunch of condos
> that could be rented on a time share
> basis. I wonder what happened to all
> that money? It never got built. They
> must have sold the property It was
> worth a fortune.
> I still can't believe what I saw, it was
> sickening. If I had any reaservations
> about sharing this info I certainly do'nt
> What were all those lights on the ceiling?
> Stars, Masters, bad designing?
> It appeared to me very cold and rictualistic
> not inviting. Was it a hexigon shape?
> Paul described one of wisdom temples
> as hexigon. If I were interested in Eckankar
> and saw that temple I would have run
> like a rabbit.
> I am getting close to a rant so I better
> not say anymore about the Vatican.