Re: Pictures of Eck Masters - PT's Poetry
- Paul created Eckankar because he and Ron Hubbard(who is an excellent writer,I read some of his sc-fi books)had a falling out
they were going to collaborate. So they were in a competion about whose path would be more successful. I got this info from David Lane.
So it is not first hand info. I like to believe it though.
--- In EckankarSurvivorsAnonymous@yahoogroups.com, "prometheus_973" <prometheus_973@...> wrote:
> Hello Diana,
> Paul, Darwin, and Harold
> all had/have problems with
> someone else editing the
> "Mahanta's" lying words.
> Anyone who's read "Your Right
> To Know" realized that Darwin
> didn't know sentence structure,
> but knew more about grammar
> than Twitchell. The only time that
> Twitchell sounded intelligent was
> when he plagiarized and paraphrased
> someone else.
> Klemp trips himself up by not
> having Joan, or someone more
> intelligent and objective, edit his
> articles, and books. This is good,
> however, because this makes it
> easier to pick apart his narrow
> minded and one dimensional
> One good thing about Darwin was
> he never let anyone edit Paul's words
> regardless of what it was. This allowed
> us to have books like "Letters to Gail
> 3" where he teaches us how to drive
> a waitress insane and "Difficulties Of
> Becoming The Living ECK Master" where
> we come to see the real Twitchell and
> his insanity as well.
> Klemp, on the other hand, has done
> extensive editing of Twitchell's words
> and works in an attempt to hide the
> Whole Truth... and the plagiarisms.
> But, mostly HK bought up and destroyed
> "Difficulties" because it showed major
> flaws in Twitchell's character. For one
> thing Twitchell, while in the Navy
> during WWII, was sabotaging the Navy's
> paperwork on him and the ability to
> assign him to normal duties and to
> help with the war effort. Instead, Twit
> intentionally created confusion and
> additional paperwork during wartime!
> Paul was having fun playing jokes on
> the Navy and was still bragging about
> it in 1971 as the Mahanta! There was
> no hindsight and no remorse!
> PT was more a saboteur than a hero,
> and Klemp needed to hide this fact.
> Diana wrote:
> I have no idea what happened
> to the book. It was really beautifuly
> done with Helens illustrations.
> At least Harold can write better
> than Darwin did. I once go a letter
> from Darwin with a paragraph that
> was a page long. He would'nt let
> anyone edit them.
> <prometheus_973@> wrote:
> > Hello Diana,
> > It's rather funny/odd that Klemp
> > has never attempted to write
> > poetry. You'd think that such
> > an infamous writer with so many
> > book awards and being listed
> > in Who's Who of International
> > Intellectuals could write poetry.
> > Plus, being a "Modern Prophet"
> > and having the highest consciousness
> > in all the Universes of SUGMAD,
> > as the 14th Plane Mahanta, one
> > would think that this could give
> > him the ability to outshine RUMI
> > who was merely "a follower of ECK."
> > HK's poetry should be able to,
> > at least, outshine Twitchell's
> > poetry. I guess we'll never know!
> > BTW- Where is Twitchell's
> > poetry? Why isn't it being sold
> > by Eckankar? Is Klemp envious
> > that he can't write anything of
> > value? Klemp's book awards are
> > phony PR devices anyway. They
> > were issued, by a local publishing
> > group, to members in order to
> > publicize the members' books
> > with pseudo awards to fool the
> > public with fancy packaging.
> > Prometheus
> > dianastanley wrote:
> > Boy did that article bring back
> > memories that I thought I forgot.
> > I was invited to Helen's room.
> > I think Millie More and maybe
> > Pattie Simpson was there and
> > some other people I do'nt remember.
> > I was only a 2nd and to be with
> > all those HI's was intoxicating.
> > Those were my words in the article
> > and I believed everyone of them.
> > I did the painting when I was living
> > with Helen in Hollywood. Darwin
> > came by while I was out I was told
> > he approved of it.
> > I remember how mad I was to have
> > missed him. I think Helen was working
> > on a book of poems by Paul. She did
> > a beautiful job, I think she won an
> > award from some group for it.
> > Diana