Re: Repost of Open Letter to Africans on Michael Owens' website
- Hi Mish,
Maybe Klemp is the "white chocolate" Living Master to Nigerian
Eckists! LOL! Actually, Rich (cybersailor) didn't really quote Jacob
correctly. Jacob said that Owen's was chosen by the Nine Silent Ones
as a "chocolate Living Master."
>I had submitted a post yesterday in which "Rich" on A.R.E. hadreferenced Michael Owens as a "chocolate master." After the post was
up briefly, I received privately information from another individual
who directed me to Michael Owens site where the following open
letter by the former RESA of Nigeria is posted. As you read this
letter by Jacob Oshodi you will see that he originally gave the
title of "chocolate master" to Owens, and I assume that is where
Rich saw it and why he used it in his response to Surmaddream's post
on A.R.E. RE: God doesn't behave this way! Sept. 26, 2005.
> The "chocolate master" comment by Rich seemed racist to me,without his noting where the reference originated, but to be fair
perhaps it has been used previously on A.R.E. and explained before
so the assumption might be there is a certain knowledge of this to
all readers--but if you don't read all the posts all of the time,
this would get lost.
> I remember years ago when living abroad, I was at the beach withmy family. We met up with a young British couple who happened to be
our neighbors. In the course of the friendly conversation, the wife
commented what a lovely nigger brown our young son was! Well, we
were shocked and felt insulted--so we left abruptly. Later, when
talking with some other British friends, one of them described some
article of cloth as being a lovely nigger brown color. I then asked
why she used the descriptive word "nigger brown" and she explained
that it is a common term in describing objects of brown color in the
U.K. I can only imagine color labels on the Crayola crayons that
little Brits must use. If I ever get back to that country, I'll have
to check this out! : )
> So after looking at the letter on Michael Owens' site, I deletedmy post yesterday as I thought it was unfair to Rich, even though, I
think Rich should have been more careful with the comment as it
could easily be misconstrued as it was by me. Frankly, I even wonder
about that since he didn't put his words in quotation marks or
reference the source, but I have to give him the benefit of the
> This is a repost of Jacob Oshodi's open letter from Michael Owenssite:
"A Message to African Spiritual Seekers from Jacob Oshodi, former
RESA of Nigeria
Dear Beautiful Souls,
There is no better time than now to know that your case is
different, that the only propelling cleanser has been assigned to
dissipate the energy that has held Africa and Asia bound. This great
soul assigned to do this difficult task is Sri Michael Owens.
The beauty of it is that he is not only to cleanse Africa and Asia
of black magic, he is in addition to return the universe to a state
of balance with the contingency of original thinking and its
sustenance. His mission is to revitalize and repackage the Light and
Sound in the Way of Truth as a pure teaching in which true seekers
have a stake.
Dear valued ones, when the now Gobi-desert was the center of the
world, the Living Spiritual Master of the Light and Sound was
chocolate. When Egypt was the center of the world with pyramids and
their seats of learning Gopal Das was the Living Master. Now that
the universe is near a state of collapse due to black magic in
Africa and Asia, the Sugmad, the Vairag (the Detached Order) and the
Nine Silent Ones have chosen a chocolate Living Master.
It's your business and mine to make this real by fastening our
consciousness on him, Sri Michael Owens. I urge you to always make
your inner experiences the keystone to your belief. As the traveler
of the Light for Africa and Asia, I ask that we all rally around Sri
Michael and support his mission, for his mission is our mission.
I leave you all in the assured arms of the Master.
> I wonder if the Nigerian Eckists refer to Klemp astheir "chocolate" mahanta! Would be interesting to know! : )