Aaravindha Himadra—Truly a Spiritual Fraud, and Worse?
Posted by: Traveler99 ()
Date: October 25, 2019 12:57AM

Aaravindha Himadra—
Benign Spiritual Teacher
Fraudulent, Predatorial Cult Leader?

Aaravindha Himadra has a large following, especially in Europe. He does have US followers, too, particularly near his home for part of the year on Orcas Island, Washington.

Sadly, recent accounts and articles appeared that indicate this Guru is not all that he seems. He has claimed to be an enlightened teacher who found and has been trained my secret Himalayan masters that only he knows about. He claims to be in telepathic communication with them, perhaps at all times.

The fact that this sort of claim has been proved to be nonsense by every and for every spiritual teacher who has made similar assertions in the past would lead one to wonder. Anyone, like myself, who has actually been to the Himalayas would likely laugh at them. In fact, these Himalayan claims are a part of what has led some to assert that Aaravidha’s teachings are “bullshit” and to state that he is a total fake. Some spiritual folk have gone so far as to tell this writer that an in-depth look at Aaravindha’s teachings would indicate that they are revamped fluff, bits and pieces taken from many other persons and traditions, all put together in a way designed to gain followers and donations, all with the pretty blonde man dressed in white as a cover for the enterprise.

Then, an article by Be Scofield appeared. (It, and others, can be found here.) it asked questions regarding Aaravindha Himadra, his organization’s (cult’s?) connections to a mysterious murder on Orcas Island, and made Aaravindha a more well known “teacher” in the process.

Aaravindha’s responses to Be Scofield, both in the legal system and, it seems, extra-judicially with a cyber attack dog of limited intelligence but some technical prowess, have been detailed in the ‘Be Scofield” topic on this site and will be fully explored here in subsequent posts. (News: Aaravindha was forced to withdraw his lawsuit against Be Scofield since it had no grounds and was frivolous. He was forced to pay a penalty to her otherwise pro bono attorneys.)

So, Dear Reader, what do you think? Do you know of or have experience with Aaravindha Himadra?

Is he actually a “real teacher,” or is he another sad sack of Fake?

I must state that I have yet to find anything, even if the worst suspected now, besides murder, is proved to be true, that puts him anywhere on the scale of depravity near the excremental James Swartz. However, to say that one is better than James Swartz is not exactly a high complement.

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Re: Aaravindha Himadra—Truly a Spiritual Fraud, and Worse?
Posted by: Traveler99 ()
Date: October 25, 2019 10:57PM

Aaravindha Himadra's Apparent Attacks
On Be Scofield Have Backfired.
Now, the Spotlight Is On Him.
The History of This Is On This Site at
"Be Scofield -- The Truth Is ???"

Just to be clear, I had not even heard of a guru claimant named Aaravindha Himadra until Be Scofield was attacked by what appeared to be a few people on-line.

Then, information came out that the attacks on her were being paid for by either Bentinho Massaro (Martian Slave Colony enthusiast, cat torturer as a teen, self-confessed 'diagnosed Narcissist', and higher on the spiritual scale than Jesus, according to accounts from his 'camp') or Aaravindha Himadra.

Aaravidnha who?

I began to read of Aaravindha with Be Scofield's article, continued with his own website, and have continued on this journey of (increasingly sad) discovery regarding this more and more false-seeming teacher thanks very much to this forum. To see the revelations unfold, please do read the posts in order at "Be Scofield -- The Truth Is ???" here on the Cult Education Forum.


From Aaravindha's own homepage on his website comes an image of him that shows the falsity of his whole spiritual "gig" almost as clearly as the closeup of the eyes of James Swartz on his own website showed his intrinsic evil nature back in 2017.

Regarding Aaravindha's 'teachings,' one insightful spiritual person said, "If he really claims that 'secret telepathic mountain master stuff,' and that's the best 'teaching' that this guy has, so he puts those words on his front page, then he's clueless. He's a fraud. He tries to attract people by calling them 'artists,' 'conjurers,' and 'powerful,' and then gets them hooked with his group think and white robes. He's definitely just out for the power trip, to savor the ego thrill of being an exalted, acclaimed, special Himalayan 'somebody.' He's as attuned as a teacher as a rock--and the rock, through silence, might have more to give."

Here's Aaravindha. Look into his eyes. Trust him if you will.

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Re: Aaravindha Himadra—Truly a Spiritual Fraud, and Worse?
Posted by: Traveler99 ()
Date: November 04, 2019 09:53PM

On the Be Scofield thread, the Post below went up yesterday (03 Nov 19).

It was Aavindha Himadra's apparent funding of the attacks on Be Scofield that brought him to the attention of some, including myself. It was only then that the falsity of his whole story, and the inadequacy of his teachings, became obvious to those with experience in the (dualistic doings of the) "spiritual world" who looked. Plus, his own doings showed strongly that this 'teacher' either didn't really have Himalayan guidance or wasn't at all listening to 'them' or 'it,'

What Aaravindha does have is a smooth way with words, the blond white-robed presence, and a lot of money behind him. Plus he has some very loyal followers, too, as well as an apparently very guilty conscience. About what or how many things? Those are the questions, aren't they? See the above posts and links for details, though some would likely be found in the book mentioned next, too.

The Truth about Be Scofield is...???
Her Own Story
Is Now Available

Where better to start in assessing and evaluating an investigative journalist than with her own words?

The link to details about Be Scofield's Memoir, and how to get it, is



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Re: Aaravindha Himadra—Truly a Spiritual Fraud, and Worse?
Posted by: Traveler99 ()
Date: December 04, 2019 07:08AM

The below is a post that has been on the Be Scofield thread for some time.
It links to a story by Be Scofield about Abraham Hicks and about the Law of Attraction (The Secret) folks.

Just to make sure it was not missed, it is inserted here,
much to the joy of Aaravindha Himadra, to be sure.

More from Be Scofield--
Is She "Doing Good Work"
Or Is She 'Bad News'
As Aaravindha Himadra and
Who Seem To Be His Attack Dogs Claim?

This is an easy one for me.

The first time I heard about "Channelers," I shuddered inside. Give someone who's a good performer a vehicle to spout anything they like, with the excuse that he or she is only the "vehicle," the "mouthpiece," for some sort of wiser, higher being, and what could happen?

Well, the Channeler gets rich and famous, for one thing. Or does if he or she is a good marketer. Plus, a lot of barnyard stuff gets spread around, all mixed with some cute sayings and fluffy spiritual truths.

So, judge for yourself. Is Be Scofield on target here, or not?

When you have completed your evaluation of her investigaton of Abraham Hicks and the whole Law of Attraction group, what do you conclude?

Here's the link:


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