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4 months ago
just-googling
Netflix has an interesting series entitled How To Become A Cult Leader. Featuring Charlie Manson, Jim Jones, Heaven's Gate, and others. There is a very short clip of Bhaktivedanta in the video collage but no mention of him or Hare Krishna. Also on Netflix: History of the Raelians, worth watching! Rael is his name, and he established a cult following in France, Quebec and Japan.
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11 months ago
just-googling
Attached document reveals how Queen Bee used CB and SoI funds to turn all three of her children into MOVIE STARS! How "corny" is that? Much money was wasted ... much time was wasted ... law suits! BAD VIBES all around! Haribol!
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1 year ago
just-googling
BREAKING NEWS IN INDIA... top story: QNet crackdown! 57 arrested. Maybe the QNet office building was set fire by angry disgruntled investors? The QNet phenomenon strikes me as being somewhat unreal ... the size of the scam is mind-boggling... the astronomical amount of money ... the countries being targeted are obviously populated by folks who have no knowledge of MLM tactics... the d
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1 year ago
just-googling
Click the link to read a short message for CB and the followers....
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1 year ago
just-googling
I share this from Anonymous... "Back then I had the feeling that in some cases Butler could have been manipulated, but today I know that it was all intentional to manipulate others. He liked to humiliate others. Humiliating others was Butler's demonstration in this way he showed that he has power in MC and that he is the boss there. Tapasya das used to copy him often and did the
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1 year ago
just-googling
It seems to me to be a bit of a paradox that CB enforces these superfluous and ridiculous vaccination requirements... when he is the phantom owner of a health food store, which most likely sells all sorts of supposedly natural immunity boosters? Does he have no faith in the natural method? Surely the Nature-God connection is a main part of ancient religion? I suppose some fanatical christian
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1 year ago
just-googling
Anyone here remember when CB was frantically searching world-wide for the perfect "policeman" to monitor his crazy health mandates? 1987? 88? Someone to make sure the kitchen staff always wore their masks correctly... to check the expiry date on the milk ... to make sure the kitchen staff do not joke around and have fun in the kitchen... Ad nauseam, ad nauseam ... Keep the vibrat
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1 year ago
just-googling
OK, I'm on a roll... Here is verse 2 and verse 3: But if your devotion is unsatisfactory You'll have to work at Wai Lana's factory And you know y'all be working for free While her net worth increases exponentially For she is the Queen - the Queen Bee An integral part of the Royal Family A very pure devotee, can't you see And far superior to you or me My advice
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1 year ago
just-googling
Sorry, I couldn't resist this one: Jagat Guru speaks so eloquently: "It's totally safe and effective, you'll see To stop your filthy germs from reaching me The one and only pure devotee There is absolutely no conspiracy Just hear and obey the man on TV His goal is to re-structure your reality Just Giggling
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1 year ago
just-googling
And here is another relevant cartoon depicting Bill Gates... Back in the 1970s era CB would have blasted him as another Professor Fool ... but times have changed and no doubt CB now sees this man as the savior of the human race? CRAZY!
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1 year ago
just-googling
Here is a brilliant depiction of what could happen if TG was elected into the White House ... CB's wet dream: a world with the virus under total control ... total fascism with reflections of Nazism ... (See hilarious depiction of Klaus Schwab at the 18 minute mark ... and no doubt TG and the WEF shills will be cheering him on so they can keep on the payroll?)
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1 year ago
just-googling
Attaching a jpg file. Not sure if it will show.
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1 year ago
just-googling
The games people play: > "CHESS" < A King A Queen A Prince The Bishops The Politicians The Knights The bodyguards ... and the lowly germ-laden pawns - the bathroom cleaners It's the old hierarchical system ... the caste system Latest rap going thru my head: With zero faith in God-given immunity He divides and conquers with impunity Trusting Doctor Fool i
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1 year ago
just-googling
From the various reports on this forum, there seems to be a consistent theme of "us versus them" ... "team spirit" ... sports mentality? within this cult. I have added question marks as to the veracity or exact details of these reports. POLAND>>> The crazy war with the Catholic church? ... Court case with Tusta Krishna Swami (was he still a swami or was h
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1 year ago
just-googling
The attached YouTube video may not be entirely pertinent to this thread... and I post it for perhaps as interest to some, and amusement purposes. The young lecturer in the video resembles the young Chris Butler, in my opinion! The mouth, the teeth, the face maybe... but mostly in his speech inflections, his movements, his confidence and charisma, and his style of lecturing ad lib without note
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1 year ago
just-googling
More thoughts on EKADASI (continued) Nevertheless, fasting or eating lightly according to the phases of the Moon is not necessarily a bad thing. Awareness of the lunar cycle OK... The problem arises when the rules and regulations become superfluous and ridiculous... The problem arises when feelings of guilt and anxiety happen due to tales of matricide or other such nonsense... My own op
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1 year ago
just-googling
The Ekadasi phenomenon is certainly an indicator of lost critical thinking. First of all, to believe that all these horrible things will happen to you if you eat a grain on the 11th day of the Moon is ridiculous. Is it wise to consider g0d as such a vengeful task-master? The rules about what one is allowed to eat on this day are ridiculous... The original instructions from ACB were to a
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1 year ago
just-googling
Cult-thusiast: The large instruction manual was published around 1988. It would indeed reveal how nonsensical he had become by that time. I wonder if anyone still has a copy of it? HYPNOTISM: Definitely feels like some hypnotism involved with all this. The old video tapes from the 1980s had a very hypnotic effect, especially the scene with the surfer on the waves with a golden sunset ...
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1 year ago
just-googling
He purchased every first-class seat on a commercial airliner? Wow... That must have cost a fortune... 50 grand? 100 grand? I wonder how many times he did this? Maybe now that Q-Net buddy is worth 500 million, Chris can purchase his own jumbo jet? Just like Trump, or Led Zeppelin, with big letters printed on the side of the aircraft: Jagat Guru! Jagat Guru! Who Are You? Best friend of th
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1 year ago
just-googling
Truth Wins, The kitchen instructional manual was a huge RED FLAG for sure. There was another larger general instructional manual that I looked at once. All the typical nonsensical rules and etiquette when around the supposed representative of g0d ... such as no laughing when guru and family are having fun ... a WTF moment for sure! I flipped thru the pages and immediately rejected it as eg
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1 year ago
just-googling
Anyone here remember the CB lecture entitled "God the Father - or the Godfather"? From the glorious Betamax lecture days in the 80s? The gist of the lecture was that it was a mistake to relate to God as some sort of Godfather... etc. Yet we now get the impression that Chris Butler himself became some sort of "god-father" - the master-mind behind some massive criminal acti
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1 year ago
just-googling
Thank-you Run-Forest for the last post. I did not know these details. (It would be great to know the evidence ... from the insiders themselves.) Who remembers the band called "SPYZ" ... it was a musical group being promoted world-wide by Butler himself. Australian or NZ I seem to remember. He organized a world-wide operation to make it look like the group had a world-wide followin
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1 year ago
just-googling
It is indeed surprising to see TG 100% supportive of Planned Parenthood. Flashback 1970s, almost 50 years ago: CB mentioned in one of his lectures that aborted fetuses were being served in elite underground restaurants in New York... The usual lectures on how things were getting so degraded in the Kali-Yuga age... Also of note: Various anonymous on-line whistle-blowers have communicated t
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1 year ago
just-googling
Just been googling more info on this bizarre QNet phenomenon. After wading thru the typical "fact checker" stooges who insist that QNet is a legitimate business and endorsed by sports heroes, Bollywood stars etc, and even the "Supreme Court" ... BUT WAIT! we also find countless reports that it is nothing more than a pyramid scam.* Posted below is video link to a report
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1 year ago
just-googling
Many hard-working people in India and many other Third-World countries such as Rwanda... many people in these countries are crying foul and some lamenting that they have lost their life savings due to involvement with the QNet scam... and we have Vijay das now estimated by Forbes to be worth 500 million dollars! We don't need Sherlock Holmes to figure out what is going on here. Y
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6 years ago
just-googling
More well researched intel here on the missile incident in Hawaii ... This does of course contradict the mainstream narrative of "somebody pressed the wrong button" ... For those of us who have not yet figured out that the mainstream narrative is fueled by a very dark agenda, listen carefully to this K2D4 Network well researched video. Mainstream narrative tends to lean towards
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6 years ago
just-googling
Thanks, Vox, for posting the Alex Jones video. Alex Jones is, of course, a controversial character. I do not usually listen to him but I found this discourse on Tulsi to be quite accurate. In the age of "fake news" one has to use a healthy dose of intuition to recognize what may be fake news and what may be true. I personally stay away from mainstream media and their constant div
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6 years ago
just-googling
MEEEOWWWW ... The cat is out of the bag indeed! So it's all TRUE! A big thank-you to Christine Gralow for connecting the dots. BISMARK, TIBBY, KHEMENEY etc ~ CON-MEN, THIEVES, CHEATS, LIARS ... Do these guys really believe they are engaging their victims in "devotional service" because they are using the stolen money to give to the "pure devotee" Kris Butler??? W
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7 years ago
just-googling
Good point, Corboy ... and Chris Butler also had a pampered childhood as well. Brought up on the sparsely populated island of Molokai, with zero tourists to litter the beach, young Chris had the whole beach to himself ... catch a wave and you're sitting on top of the world kind of consciousness .... I wonder if this childhood program is still running in his brain, and he has a difficult t
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7 years ago
just-googling
"FAITH AND FEAR" I am not sure if this documentary has been posted on this forum before. This is a very good documentary that outlines the abuse that many children underwent at the so-called gurukula schools in the USA and in India. The first part of the film documents the arrival of A.C. Bhaktivedanta to the United States and how he gained many followers. This report is un
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