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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dawatcher, I must say that there are also many > things that are too comical. This too, look at body language, hand movement. I marked the moments. Compare: and this: "hug the plug" And "where is heaven" with this: vision about island in the middle of the oce
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I am not sure I mentioned this before. I stayed at > an Ashram ages ago. The program was very full on. > We also had to do Arotik at 5 AM. > The leader of the center was quite nice and non > fanatical. The atmosphere was friendly except of > course the few difficult personalies and the here >
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
> They are using Krishna and the Parampara the same > way gangsters use a corrupt system to carry out > their mission. > We are lying for Krishna, dealing Hash for > Krishna, laundering money for Krishna... No > worries brothers and sisters. It is all used in > service. No KARMA! Well, in bhakti yoga process we have: sraddha sadhu-sanga bhajana-kriya anart
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I suspect that most suicides are linked to the > toxic dynamics of SoI. Dynamics of events, neurokinetics and memes going down through the sect hierarchy, toxic ideas and results of creation. QuoteIt was getting worse from week to week. Robert stopped sleeping, refused food, stopped washing. All the time h
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
Sure. Also waking up dead Grandy with "Prana+" spray gun is some kind of progress...
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
Either way, this knowledge is known. And it was known. Polish-Lithuanian national bard and "Switezianka". 1822. Allegoric reference to Radha and Maya-Devi (Atharva veda mood): ) Hybrid games for money and power turn into war, and here the goal becomes trophies: And the Russians and other European nations did not like German progress very much: SIF methods did no
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
IanKoviak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The barely mentioned vishnu of rig veda better not > quite his day job. He's done a piss poor job being > the protector of children, born or unborn. Plus, > what does it matter, if you're not your body? > Isn't it the fetuses karma to get killed in the > womb? Philosophical-theolo
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Tulsi Gabbard - Policies QuoteShould the government continue to fund Planned Parenthood? Yes, their services reach far beyond abortions and can save many lives through cancer screening, prenatal services, and adoption referrals https://www.eubios.info/EJ144/ej144j.htm QuoteIn the Rg Samhit, possibly originating from before 1200 BC, Visnu is called "protector of the child-to-be&quo
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Kali (demon) QuoteKali traveled to Nala's kingdom of Nishadhas and waited twelve long years for the right moment to strike. Because Nala had rendered himself impure by not washing his feet before his prayers, Kali was able to bewitch his soul. Kali then appeared before Pushkara and invited him to play a game of dice with his brother, guaranteeing Nala's downfall.
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
IanKoviak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > DeWatcher, > > The vedic and post vedic works are full of > promises of karma being destroyed or a person > receiving immediate liberation by virtue of any > number of engagements: Surrender to a bonafide > guru, chanting some mantra, praying to some god, > bathing in some river, fasting o
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
IanKoviak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Basically, DeWatcher, what Sridhara Maharaj is > saying in those pages is that the guru is not > really responsible for the disciple and does not > take on any karma. What he is saying is that it's > up to the interpretation of the disciple's > understanding of scripture to figure out wha
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Another theory that keeps disciples very loyal and > grateful the guru is the fact that they are > “supposedly” taking on their Karma. > If anyone was to take on soleley my heavy Karma, > their backs would break in one day what to speak > of thousands and thousands of people’s Karma. Sankirtana
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Now that I am not afraid to judge, I see that > there are many things in the Vedas that are as > detrimental as the Abrahamic religions. > The whole mad elephant offense that gives > protection to any fishy “guru”. There are warnings in philosophy against false "gurus". There is talk of a
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
Another technique they use when pointing out errors is the accusation of putting oneselve in the position of judge. Judging people. Everything is judging. Well no. It is one thing to judge, evaluate and discriminate. And of course - verbal. In all the confusion of 2010, I remember the sentence: "what kind of teacher" is what makes some SIF leaders hypocrites. What needed to
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > I never returned to that organization, though it > felt i lost some of my dear friends.. Most people are nice. Unfortunatelly some write something like that (year 2010): QuoteYour fucking Idiot! QuoteGO, AND FUCK YOURSELF! Translation: QuoteI receive many similar letters, both from foreign membe
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > “Krishna never gives us the same opportunity > twice”. > I know sweetheart, I missed out on the golden > opportunity to save you another 30k in free labor. > Really? One missed offering and temples disappear? A.C.Bhaktivedanta Swami was invited to His future Master only once? By the way Sishupa
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2 years ago
DaWatcher
IanKoviak Wrote: --------------------------------------------------- > Sound like anyone you know? Apparently gabbards > so-called military experience and illusory run for > president qualifies her The Second Iraq War ended with occupation. The death toll is over 1.5 million. Half of the Holocaust of Polish Jews. Nothing to be proud of...American soldiers sent to do dirty job...
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
VoxVeritasVita Das Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > FEAR- A Butler specialty, aided by > his trusty (crusty) minions. I was taking lecture notes when I came to SIF. After almost 20 years, I reached out to my notebook to check it. At some point, the notes break off. When Mr. Midget and gave a lecture on offenses against the Holy Name. His speciality.
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
IanKoviak Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Does that include the power of the he okay name, > guru, and myths about krishna? There's some > flowery claims made about those too. There is no immersion in the teaching of the SIF to the expansion (Catholic - hypostasis) of Krishna. Krishna is Krishna. Various forms are evident in India and around
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- >Many things are exaggerated in the Veda, it says so within the Veda itself. QuoteMen of small knowledge are very much attached to the flowery words of the Vedas, which recommend various fruitive activities for elevation to heavenly planets, resultant good birth, power, and so forth
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > They have helped Butler keep everybody in fear. He > does not operate alone. > In all scriptures, even God (whoever that entity > is) has his angels, demigods... > Those guys carried out his mission and represented > him internationally. > They have witnessed the abuse and stayed silent. >
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > “I can assure you that those who are onsite > serving, are very happy”. Vedic teaching is - you are checking everything yourself. Observation, the scriptures, God in heart. Any change in the teachings? MLM methodology, hunny bunnies? Anyway, I remember the account of the person who came back - it sounded
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
DaWatcher Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Jai Ludwig. > > And Jai Ulrich Von Jungingen...Jai! > > In the last scene, the heroes - the knights meet a girl - Jagna. She is a woman of flesh and blood, working, contrary to the previous love of the knight Zbyszko - Danusia - delicate, fragile and ephemeral. Symbolically, Jagna is an allusio
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Poland for over 100 years was under partitions of Prussian, Austrian and Russian partition. Mr. Wittgenstein was born during the partitions. Polish society was oppressed, deprived of its national identity, and had limited opportunities to educate or accumulate property. Additionally, during the life of Mr. Wittgenstein, World Wars II broke out, where the Polish state lost 6 million victims in Wor
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Jai Ludwig. And Jai Ulrich Von Jungingen...Jai!
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The leaders aka Elite, see the group from their > pink glasses they have all the privileges. Pink glasses and compassion... Look at this: It's a post/banner before Mr. Midget's webinar about the qualities of the sage. The quote is: QuoteIt is not enough to know a lot to be a sage.
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Dawatcher it is important to also focus on the > good events. I have often said it in my posts that > for me it was not all black and white. Brown...Red....Green. Brown as...Red as blood and green as money. > I honestly am hoping to open the eyes of the ones > that are still in the group and who
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > Oh darn, I thought this was a spiritual group not > the British Royal family. In the 1990s, devotees hugging each other in the park became a sensation.The narrative was that whoever enters into marriage for 3 years will not be intensively involved in the work for the sect. And the fruits were what they were
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3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > She is not wearing the excessive > makeup Wai Lana wears). "You are not your body. The body is getting old, but you are not getting old. So it's best to age naturally."
Forum: "Cults," Sects, and "New Religious Movements"
3 years ago
DaWatcher
Truth wins Wrote: ------------------------------------------------------- > The insanity of working around the Germaphobia > when people serve the Guru directly. Like washing > 50 towels a day. Human bodies are colonized by viruses and bacterias (2-3kg of body weight are bacterias). > Another thing that literally “kills” me is the > elaborate Wailana videos. > I kn
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