Refuting Alan Kazlev's 'Intermediate Zone Guru' Argument Against Sai Baba

‘Intermediate Zone Gurus’ – An Introduction:
This blogged post was created to expose Alan Kazlev’s hypocrisy, equivocations and erroneous “intermediate zone guru” argument against Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Alan Kazlev (who is heavily cited on Robert Priddy and Barry Pittard’s wordpress blogs) claimed on his website that Joe Moreno “never addresses his intellectual arguments” and instead resorts to “personal attacks”. Needless to say, Alan Kazlev is blind to his own feral and abusive “personal attacks” in which he resorts to gutter and blatant dishonesty (even claiming that Moreno was sexually abused by Sai Baba, was “massaged” with oil by Sai Baba and was perhaps “inspired and uplifted” by Sai Baba’s sexual advances!). See: Joe Moreno Refutes Allegations Of Sexual Abuse.

Alan Kazlev (a self-professed “all round eccentric”) coined (as he put it) “the somewhat clumsy phrase ‘Intermediate Zone Guru’” (Ref) to describe what he subjectively believes to be: Gurus who are not as “enlightened” or as “liberated” as he thinks they ought to be. Therefore, one should not confuse Aurobindo’s notable “intermediate zone” phrase with Alan Kazlev’s “somewhat clumsy” and non-notable “intermediate zone guru” phrase.

Let us start by taking a look at Sri Aurobindo’s original letter and convoluted words pertaining to the alleged “intermediate zone”:
- Click Here To Read Sri Aurobindo’s Letter About The Intermediate Zone

Sri Aurobindo, Theosophist W. Q. Judge and Paul Brunton have all made reference to the “intermediate zone”, which has also been described as:

  • The “astral plane”.
  • “Astral intoxication”.
  • The “hall of illusion”.

The “intermediate zone” argument is a broad-spectrum supposition that essentially states that visions, spirit guides, clairaudience, clairvoyance, channeling, psychic experiences, spiritual experiences, out-of-body experiences, near-death experiences, moments of peace and inner revelations are not true “self-realization”. Rather, these experiences arise from an “intermediate zone” that is described as a perilous and deceptive psychological region in-between ordinary consciousness and genuine self-realization.

The “intermediate zone” argument is not an “intellectual” argument. It is a philosophical, subjective, speculative, judgmental and often a self-serving argument. Anyone who has ever had any sort of “spiritual” experience may be a victim to the illusions, deceptions, voices and enticements of the “intermediate zone”. Anyone who claims realization, psychic experiences, miracles, visions and experiences of God may also be a victim to the “intermediate zone”. Therefore, according to one’s likes or dislikes, one can use the “intermediate zone” argument against Jesus, Krishna, Rama, Mohammad, Zarathustra, Moses, Buddha, Mahavir and innumerable other Gurus, Teachers, Spiritual Masters, Avatars, Prophets, Visonaries, etc. After all, there is no objective way to determine whether or not someone is truly “self-realized”. Alan Kazlev’s methodology in determining which gurus are “intermediate zone gurus” is based solely on his subjective, biased and speculative guesses rooted in his personal likes and dislikes.

Is Alan Kazlev A Victim Of ‘The Intermediate Zone’?
Indeed, one can make the argument that Alan Kazlev is being influenced by forces from the “intermediate zone” because he is a believer, promoter and endorser of Integral Transformation, Integral Metaphysics, Reincarnation, Spirit Possession, Trolls, UFOs, Aliens, Alternate Realities, Cosmic Redemption, Planetary Buddhas, Avataric Gurus, Psychic Powers, Devas, Earth Spirits, Elementals, the Occult, Kundalini, Astrology, Karma, Auras, Astral Bodies, Astral Planes, Astral Beings, Geomancy, Theta Magic, Natal Charts, Samskaras, various New Age philosophies, etc.

Alan Kazlev claimed past life associations with Ancient Rome, Atlantis and Ancient Greece on his bio page. Alan Kazlev explicitly stated that he reincarnates two to three times a century and lived past lives as a Polish Kabbalist, a German Soldier and a 19th Century English gentleman-scholar, philosopher theologian and naturalist raised as a British Israelite (Refs: 0102). Of course, Alan Kazlev’s spiritual experiences and spiritual claims are all indicative of the very “intermediate zone” he warns others about. Consequently, Alan Kazlev is not credible because he very well may be possessed by the voices, deceptions, sounds and sights of the perilous “astral realms”.

Alan Kazlev said the following about Sathya Sai Baba:

“I always had a good vibe from Sai Baba, and i still do, but i distanced myself because of what i heard (and the huge rumour-mill on the internet)…Yeah he once healed me from the astral plane. So i knew he was genuine!”

“Yet in addition to this more positive Intermediate Zone energy, I have also felt a very ugly and slimy astral energy associated with the sexual abuse. It may be that a lower astral adverse entity is using the human Sai Baba as a puppet to inflict suffering on many.”

Therefore, Alan Kazlev claimed he was “healed on the astral plane and implied he has psychic powers to feel an “ugly and slimy astral energy associated with sexual abuse”. Since the “intermediate zone” deals with astral and psychic perceptions, one could argue that Alan Kazlev might be getting his impressions from false voices in the astral realms (which would explain his egotistic opinions, bold-faced untruths, flippant arguments and feral attacks against his detractors). Thank you Sri Aurodbindo, Theosophist W. Q. Judge and Paul Brunton!

It is peculiar that for someone who is not self-realized, Alan Kazlev postures himself as an authority on people who may or may not be self-realized!

Were Aurobindo & The Mother Victims Of ‘The Intermediate Zone’?
What greater deception could a conniving and ghoulish Astral Entity from the “intermediate zone” perpetuate than to deceive people into thinking that Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were above the “intermediate zone” and were thereby self-realized? Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra claimed special and unique knowledge about the spiritual path and self-realization. It may come as a surprise to many that Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were said to have communicated with each other telepathically and claimed that they used the “Force” (an “intermediate zone” buzz word) to have influenced the events of the Second World War against Hitler because he was under the possession of an Asuric (demonic) being who called himself “The Lord of the Nations, Master of the Earth” (Ref). As a matter of the fact, the following was written about Aurobindo, Mother Mirra and Hitler:

“Mother and Sri Aurobindo participated in the affairs of the earth and the universe according to the mission and the work they were doing. When it was clear that the Second World War was inevitable, they saw the Lord of Nations leading Hitler on and urging him to conquer the world with very tall promises. The Lord of Nations, it was said, appeared before Hitler in a dazzling light in shining white armour and gave him detailed advice. Sri Aurobindo called this war, ‘Mother’s war.’ He used to send his spiritual force in support of the Allies and eagerly awaited the results of individual battles. At every important turning point of the war, Sri Aurobindo took great interest. At the famous Dunkirk battle where the British troops were miraculously saved, it was reported that the fog in the atmosphere served the British navy well. Sri Aurobindo used to refer to that with a smile as the ‘mysterious fog’. When Hitler was gaining success after success and Mother was trying in the opposite direction, she said the shining being who was guiding Hitler used to come to the Ashram from time to time to see what was happening. Things changed from bad to worse. Mother decided on a fresh strategy. She took on the appearance of that shining being, appeared before Hitler and advised him to attack Russia. On her way back to the Ashram, she met that being. The being was intrigued by Mother having stolen a march over him. Hitler’s attack on Russia ensured his downfall.” (Ref)

That’s right; Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were alleged to have waged a war on the astral plane (aka “intermediate zone”) by using astral powers against an astral demon radiating dazzling light. Therefore, Aurobindo and the Mother’s teachings, visions and alleged powers may have originated from the “intermediate zone” and not from genuine self-realization.

‘The Intermediate Zone’ – In Conclusion
The “intermediate zone” theory can be used to invalidate other’s spiritual experiences and can also be used to induce fear, paranoia and doubt about one’s spiritual practices and endeavors. Let it go on record that I do not believe that Alan Kazlev, Sri Aurobindo or Mother Mirra were under the influence of sinister energies from the “intermediate zone”. This article was written to expose how information can be used and abused to further one’s own biased agenda against Gurus or Spiritual Teachers. I think it is safe to say that many people who have had spiritual experiences know they are not “self-realized”. For a person who may claim “self-realization”, there is simply no empirical or objective methodology to establish the veracity of that claim.

Sathya Sai Baba’s miracles (which have been reported in unprecedented numbers on a global scale) are indicative (if true) of spiritual attainment unknown in human history. For example, see:

Alan Kazlev argued (unconvincingly) that Sai Baba is a “serial sex abuser”. Alan Kazlev believes the allegations against Sai Baba although he conceded (several times) that he did not have the “patience”, “inclination”, “time” or “interest” to research the Sai Controversy for himself. Consequently, it is not surprising that Alan Kazlev disseminates half truths and whole lies against Sathya Sai Baba and Joe Moreno. The truth speaks for itself:

  • Sathya Sai Baba has never been convicted of any crime.
  • Sathya Sai Baba has never been charged with any crime.
  • Sathya Sai Baba has never had even one single complaint lodged against him by any alleged victim, first-hand, in India. As a matter of fact, not even one alleged victim has even tried to file a basic police complaint or court case against Sathya Sai Baba in India (the only place where courts would have jurisdiction over Baba as an individual defendant: Ref) and all of the alleged victims refused free “world-class legal resources” from Ex-Devotees (Ref).

It is also peculiar that for someone who postures himself as a moral authority concerning various Guru’s alleged behaviors, Alan Kazlev is a plagiarist, posted “images of a pornographic kind” on his website (Ref) and published two cyberpunk stories replete with filthy speech and graphic, sexual content (Refs: 0102).

In conclusion, Alan Kazlev’s self-described “intellectual arguments” are not so “intellectual” after all. He coined “the somewhat clumsy phrase ‘Intermediate Zone Guru’” by twisting and extrapolating on Sri Aurobindo’s words. The end result is a “somewhat clumsy” argument that is nothing more than camouflage for a lack of original ideas.

Reference

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‘Intermediate Zone Guru’ Nonsense

‘Intermediate Zone Gurus’ – An Introduction:
This webpage was created to expose Alan Kazlev’s hypocrisy, equivocations and erroneous “intermediate zone guru” argument against Sri Sathya Sai Baba. Alan Kazlev claimed on his website that I “never addresses his intellectual arguments” and instead resort to “personal attacks”. Needless to say, Alan Kazlev is blind to his own feral and abusive “personal attacks” in which he resorts to gutter and blatant dishonesty (even claiming that I was sexually abused by Sai Baba, was “massaged” with oil by Sai Baba and was perhaps “inspired and uplifted” by Sai Baba’s sexual advances!). See: Joe Moreno Refutes Allegations Of Sexual Abuse.

Alan Kazlev (a self-professed “all round eccentric”) coined (as he put it) “the somewhat clumsy phrase ‘Intermediate Zone Guru’” (Ref) to describe what he subjectively believes to be: Gurus who are not as “enlightened” or as “liberated” as he thinks they ought to be. Therefore, one should not confuse Aurobindo’s notable “intermediate zone” phrase with Alan Kazlev’s “somewhat clumsy” and non-notable “intermediate zone guru” phrase.

Let us start by taking a look at Sri Aurobindo’s original letter and convoluted words pertaining to the alleged “intermediate zone”:

- Click Here To Read Sri Aurobindo’s Letter About The Intermediate Zone

Sri Aurobindo, Theosophist W. Q. Judge and Paul Brunton have all made reference to the “intermediate zone”, which has also been described as:

  • The “astral plane”.
  • “Astral intoxication”.
  • The “hall of illusion”.

The “intermediate zone” argument is a broad-spectrum supposition that essentially states that visions, spirit guides, clairaudience, clairvoyance, channeling, psychic experiences, spiritual experiences, out-of-body experiences, near-death experiences, moments of peace and inner revelations are not true “self-realization”. Rather, these experiences arise from an “intermediate zone” that is described as a perilous and deceptive psychological region in-between ordinary consciousness and genuine self-realization.

The “intermediate zone” argument is not an “intellectual” argument. It is a philosophical, subjective, speculative, judgmental and often a self-serving argument. Anyone who has ever had any sort of “spiritual” experience may be a victim to the illusions, deceptions, voices and enticements of the “intermediate zone”. Anyone who claims realization, psychic experiences, miracles, visions and experiences of God may also be a victim to the “intermediate zone”. Therefore, according to one’s likes or dislikes, one can use the “intermediate zone” argument against Jesus, Krishna, Rama, Mohammad, Zarathustra, Moses, Buddha, Mahavir and innumerable other Gurus, Teachers, Spiritual Masters, Avatars, Prophets, Visonaries, etc. After all, there is no objective way to determine whether or not someone is truly “self-realized”. Alan Kazlev’s methodology in determining which gurus are “intermediate zone gurus” is based solely on his subjective, biased and speculative guesses rooted in his personal likes and dislikes.

Is Alan Kazlev A Victim Of ‘The Intermediate Zone’?
Indeed, one can make the argument that Alan Kazlev is being influenced by forces from the “intermediate zone” because he is a believer, promoter and endorser of Integral Transformation, Integral Metaphysics, Reincarnation, Spirit Possession, Trolls, UFOs, Aliens, Alternate Realities, Cosmic Redemption, Planetary Buddhas, Avataric Gurus, Psychic Powers, Devas, Earth Spirits, Elementals, the Occult, Kundalini, Astrology, Karma, Auras, Astral Bodies, Astral Planes, Astral Beings, Geomancy, Theta Magic, Natal Charts, Samskaras, various New Age philosophies, etc.

Alan Kazlev claimed past life associations with Ancient Rome, Atlantis and Ancient Greece on his bio page. Alan Kazlev explicitly stated that he reincarnates two to three times a century and lived past lives as a Polish Kabbalist, a German Soldier and a 19th Century English gentleman-scholar, philosopher theologian and naturalist raised as a British Israelite (Refs: 0102). Of course, Alan Kazlev’s spiritual experiences and spiritual claims are all indicative of the very “intermediate zone” he warns others about. Consequently, Alan Kazlev is not credible because he very well may be possessed by the voices, deceptions, sounds and sights of the perilous “astral realms”.

Alan Kazlev said the following about Sathya Sai Baba:

“I always had a good vibe from Sai Baba, and i still do, but i distanced myself because of what i heard (and the huge rumour-mill on the internet)…Yeah he once healed me from the astral plane. So i knew he was genuine!”

“Yet in addition to this more positive Intermediate Zone energy, I have also felt a very ugly and slimy astral energy associated with the sexual abuse. It may be that a lower astral adverse entity is using the human Sai Baba as a puppet to inflict suffering on many.”

Therefore, Alan Kazlev claimed he was “healed on the astral plane and implied he has psychic powers to feel an “ugly and slimy astral energy associated with sexual abuse”. Since the “intermediate zone” deals with astral and psychic perceptions, one could argue that Alan Kazlev might be getting his impressions from false voices in the astral realms (which would explain his egotistic opinions, bold-faced untruths, flippant arguments and feral attacks against his detractors). Thank you Sri Aurodbindo, Theosophist W. Q. Judge and Paul Brunton!

It is peculiar that for someone who is not self-realized, Alan Kazlev postures himself as an authority on people who may or may not be self-realized!

Were Aurobindo & The Mother Victims Of ‘The Intermediate Zone’?
What greater deception could a conniving and ghoulish Astral Entity from the “intermediate zone” perpetuate than to deceive people into thinking that Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were above the “intermediate zone” and were thereby self-realized? Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra claimed special and unique knowledge about the spiritual path and self-realization. It may come as a surprise to many that Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were said to have communicated with each other telepathically and claimed that they used the “Force” (an “intermediate zone” buzz word) to have influenced the events of the Second World War against Hitler because he was under the possession of an Asuric (demonic) being who called himself “The Lord of the Nations, Master of the Earth” (Ref). As a matter of the fact, the following was written about Aurobindo, Mother Mirra and Hitler:

“Mother and Sri Aurobindo participated in the affairs of the earth and the universe according to the mission and the work they were doing. When it was clear that the Second World War was inevitable, they saw the Lord of Nations leading Hitler on and urging him to conquer the world with very tall promises. The Lord of Nations, it was said, appeared before Hitler in a dazzling light in shining white armour and gave him detailed advice. Sri Aurobindo called this war, ‘Mother’s war.’ He used to send his spiritual force in support of the Allies and eagerly awaited the results of individual battles. At every important turning point of the war, Sri Aurobindo took great interest. At the famous Dunkirk battle where the British troops were miraculously saved, it was reported that the fog in the atmosphere served the British navy well. Sri Aurobindo used to refer to that with a smile as the ‘mysterious fog’. When Hitler was gaining success after success and Mother was trying in the opposite direction, she said the shining being who was guiding Hitler used to come to the Ashram from time to time to see what was happening. Things changed from bad to worse. Mother decided on a fresh strategy. She took on the appearance of that shining being, appeared before Hitler and advised him to attack Russia. On her way back to the Ashram, she met that being. The being was intrigued by Mother having stolen a march over him. Hitler’s attack on Russia ensured his downfall.” (Ref)

That’s right; Sri Aurobindo and Mother Mirra were alleged to have waged a war on the astral plane (aka “intermediate zone”) by using astral powers against an astral demon radiating dazzling light. Therefore, Aurobindo and the Mother’s teachings, visions and alleged powers may have originated from the “intermediate zone” and not from genuine self-realization.

‘The Intermediate Zone’ – In Conclusion
The “intermediate zone” theory can be used to invalidate other’s spiritual experiences and can also be used to induce fear, paranoia and doubt about one’s spiritual practices and endeavors. Let it go on record that I do not believe that Alan Kazlev, Sri Aurobindo or Mother Mirra were under the influence of sinister energies from the “intermediate zone”. This article was written to expose how information can be used and abused to further one’s own biased agenda against Gurus or Spiritual Teachers. I think it is safe to say that many people who have had spiritual experiences know they are not “self-realized”. For a person who may claim “self-realization”, there is simply no empirical or objective methodology to establish the veracity of that claim.

Sathya Sai Baba’s miracles (which have been reported in unprecedented numbers on a global scale) are indicative (if true) of spiritual attainment unknown in human history. For example, see:

Alan Kazlev argued (unconvincingly) that Sai Baba is a “serial sex abuser”. Alan Kazlev believes the allegations against Sai Baba although he conceded (several times) that he did not have the “patience”, “inclination”, “time” or “interest” to research the Sai Controversy for himself. Consequently, it is not surprising that Alan Kazlev disseminates half truths and whole lies against Sathya Sai Baba and me. The truth speaks for itself:

  • Sathya Sai Baba has never been convicted of any crime.
  • Sathya Sai Baba has never been charged with any crime.
  • Sathya Sai Baba has never had even one single complaint lodged against him by any alleged victim, first-hand, in India. As a matter of fact, not even one alleged victim has even tried to file a basic police complaint or court case against Sathya Sai Baba in India (the only place where courts would have jurisdiction over Baba as an individual defendant: Ref) and all of the alleged victims refused free “world-class legal resources” from Ex-Devotees (Ref).

It is also peculiar that for someone who postures himself as a moral authority concerning various Guru’s alleged behaviors, Alan Kazlev is a plagiarist, posted “images of a pornographic kind” on his website (Ref) and published two cyberpunk stories replete with filthy speech and graphic, sexual content (Refs: 0102).

In conclusion, Alan Kazlev’s self-described “intellectual arguments” are not so “intellectual” after all. He coined “the somewhat clumsy phrase ‘Intermediate Zone Guru’” by twisting and extrapolating on Sri Aurobindo’s words. The end result is a “somewhat clumsy” argument that is nothing more than camouflage for a lack of original ideas.

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Shirdi Sai Baba – Sathya Sai Baba – Prema Sai Baba

Sai Baba Trinity – Three Sai Avatars / Incarnations Of Sai Baba

Sai Avatar Trinity

Sathya Sai Baba revealed that there is actually a Trinity of Sai Avatars. The first incarnation of the Sai Trinity was Shirdi Sai Baba (who embodied Shiva). The second incarnation of the Sai Trinity is Sathya Sai Baba (who embodies Shiva Shakti). The future incarnation of the Sai Trinity is Prema Sai Baba (who will embody Shakti).

Links About Prema Sai Baba Avatar (Incarnation)

Links About Shirdi Sai Baba Avatar (Incarnation)

Links About Sathya Sai Baba Avatar (Incarnation)

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Robert Priddy’s Perverted Friends

ROBERT PRIDDY AND ALAN KAZLEV
Robert Priddy is a staunch defender, promoter and endorser of M. Alan Kazlev and referenced (many times) Kazlev’s error-filled articles against me.

It has since come to light that Alan Kazlev is a morally debauched defamer who loves to drool over images of a “pornographic kind” (according to Robert Priddy’s moral standards: Ref) and wrote two cyberpunk articles replete with filthy speech and sexually explicit material. See:

- syndorphin2-6-C by M. Alan Kazlev or View Syndorphin 2-6-C Blogged Post

- Hap New Year by M. Alan Kazlev or View Hap New Year Blogged Post

Of course, when Anti-Sai Activists post “images of a pornographic kind” (See: 010203), Robert Priddy is no where to be found and thus “one must conclude that in passively accepting critics perversions, untruths and defamations, Priddy is satisfied with them”.

ROBERT PRIDDY AND SANJAY DADLANI:
Robert Priddy is a staunch defender, promoter and endorser of Sanjay Dadlani (Ref) and prominently linked to his blog and defended him on Wikipedia.

Robert Priddy (who blathers about morality and ethics) sees absolutely nothing wrong with Sanjay Dadlani’s homosexual-fantasizing slurs, perverted Jesus-sex fetish and deviant boot-sex fetish. Sanjay Dadlani secretly stalked innocent women at Middlesex University (calling them “bitches” and “sluts”, saying “they want it”, calling Mothers “MILFs”, photographing females and teenagers up their dresses and under tables and published these photos on his streetbitches blog). This is the type of person that Robert Priddy promotes, link to and endorses.

Sanjay Dadlani even posted on the QuickTopic Forum (using multiple fake names, including female names) and made disgusting posts under the name “Marquis de Sade” about a large penis for anal sex, a feces-covered anus, bestiality, people vomiting into each other’s mouths and a Priest ejaculating on the face of a little girl as related by her brother. Sanjay even posted under the name “kick his head in” and said that someone should murder Sathya Sai Baba (of course, this is the same guy who rejoiced when a Sai Baba temple was bombed).

ROBERT PRIDDY AND REINIER VAN DER SANDT:
Robert Priddy is a staunch defender, promoter and endorser of Reinier Van Der Sandt (webmaster for the ExBaba website) and he advertises his Anti-Sai website on Reinier’s Anti-Sai website and they jointly attack Sai Devotees. This is what Reinier Van Der Sandt had to say about his child-pornography exploits on the internet:

“I found lots of kiddy porno-sites with very much child porn pics, but…, but… it was impossible for me to watch it for very long, because when I was clicking on an image to enlarge, other pages were popping up so fast on my computer screen, that I could not open such a site, in fact, all kiddy porno sites – as what I have seen of it – have multi pop up techniques, which makes it difficult for the kiddy porno watcher to watch easily…Only in the opening pages I saw some kiddy porn, when I wanted to continue and see more, I had to suscribe and/or pay…Internet kiddy porno can be obtained, I have to correct myself on what I was previously writing on this board, I have been looking for kiddy porn on the internet – NOT AS A CUSTOMER, BUT BECAUSE I WANTED TO FIND OUT WHETHER ONE CAN OBTAIN EASILY FILTHY KIDDIE PORNO!!!” (Refs: OriginalDuplicate)

Reinier’s comments about viewing child pornography are very disturbing and I challenge any parent to tell me otherwise. Reinier Van Der Sandt found lots of kiddie porno sites”, “wanted to continue and see more” and even tried to enlarge pictures of children being sexually abused. Reinier Van Der Sandt justified his behavior by saying what he did was alright because he was “not a customer” (as if child-porn purveyors are “customers”). The IWF specifically states that child pornography is illegal content.

IS ROBERT PRIDDY OFFENDED BY ‘SEXUALLY EXPLICIT LANGUAGE’?
Robert Priddy falsely accused me on Wikipedia of using “sexually explicit language” on Yahoo Groups. Although Priddy cannot cite even one post where I used “sexually explicit language”, he completely ignored and dismissed the hundreds (possibly over a thousand) of posts from Sanjay Dadlani, Tony O’Clery, UsedByBaba and Barbara Dent that are full of “sexually explicit language”. Robert Priddy also does not seem to have any moral qualms with Alan Kazlev’s “sexually explicit” cyberpunk stories, one which said (in part):

“laffing screaming cheering shouting stinka sweat piss vomit alcohol emjay tripweed making my head spin hot sticky SHOOD OLE QUAINTANCE BEE FORGOHHHT this spunky topless babe long hair flouro glo-in-dark make-up mega spunky tits shirt tied in her belt outa nowhere gives me great big kiss kiss soft lips smella sweat and pheronomes grinds her hips into mine sus my dicks gonna burst thru my pants wrap my arms round her bare back pork her fuck her up the vag in the new year strobing crazy head spinning scene she laffs and breaks strobes blinks free some dude in moir jacket maybe her fuck grabs her patterns whirlings strobing reinforcing through tripweed smoke fuck this strobing everything coming in jerks making me wanna puke drink HappyO drink HappyO HappyO the fun drink where’s that babe gone?…’Fuck ya ya cunt!’ ‘Yeah happy new year cunt!’ ‘Happy new year yaself ya cunt!’…I hold her hands on her back she’s got the front of her OutLawz ballistic duster unbuttoned and all she got is a bra and shorts on underneath, cos it so hot and all, man this turns me on my cock’s a throbbing point of agony ecstasy wanna fuck fuck FUCK her right here right this here right now she breaks away I open eyes she’s all big beautiful smile sexy legs little dayglo bright pink shorts black bra big tits merges strobes into the crowd like she never was…’Fuckin slut! Whadda beed doin!’ He grabs her wrist. ‘Fuckin turn away two sec ya lipdockin some cuhn!’ Twists her arm.”

Alan Kazlev’s “sexually explicit language” pales in comparison to that used by Sanjay Dadlani, Tony O’Clery and Barbara Dent. You won’t find a single word from Robert Priddy castigating his friends about their proven “sexually explicit language” and perversions.

This is the guy who is attempting to take a moral and ethical stand against Sathya Sai Baba! As I have said many times before, Robert Priddy is not credible. Not only is he not credible, he is also a hypocrite.

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Robert Priddy’s Telepathic Claims

ROBERT PRIDDY’S TELEPATHIC CLAIMS

Robert Priddy claimed that when he was a devotee of the Indian Guru Sri Sathya Sai Baba, he shared a telepathic and psychic connection to him. So convinced was Robert Priddy of Sai Baba’s inexplicable psychic abilities, he documented several of his alleged experiences in his Pro-Sai Book, Source Of The Dream:

Source Of The Dream Page 68: I formulated my prayer in words, including just what sadhana or spiritual practices I would promise to carry out in the future if my condition should allow it. On this I concentrated as deeply as I could, in silence and with eyes closed, for perhaps 30 minutes.

When I felt it time to open them and look, there was Baba, twenty-five yards off, instantly turning on his heel and hurrying over toward me. Coming close, he fixed me with one sympathetic brown eye as if to say, “Agreed then?” and the stopped to stand firmly and wave his right hand. A dozen hands shot out eagerly from all around me. He beckoned me to put mine out and then his own easily found a space through the jumble of outstretched hands as if they were simply not there. The very fine-grained vibuthi fell down exactly into my palm. Sai Baba flicked his thumb, and I saw it send a large speck onto the hand of a tall Swedish boy beside me, with whom I had become acquainted during our stay there. I could not see that so much as a grain was spilled!

Source Of The Dream Page 70: One morning, seeing that Sai baba was unexpectedly visible in the compound, I hurried to the men’s gate and on the way had to pass the temple’s central entrance. As I did so, I clasped my hands in greeting and, to my surprise, saw that Baba was actually standing right in the line of my greeting, under the roof of the porch some thirty yards away. He was standing sideways to me and talking to a man, but his head turned instantly in response to my namaksar and he regarded me for some moments. It was very unexpected and, not knowing why, I moved a little and repeated my greeting. Again he turned immediately and looked at me – a striking instance of his extraordinary awareness and wordless communication.

Source Of The Dream Page 71: Meanwhile, I was still uncertain about all this at afternoon darshan and was hoping for some sign to confirm that I need not bother about church services. I saw a smile flicker across Sai Baba’s face as he passed me. After a brief round of the compound, he was soon hidden from my view by the pillars of the crowded porch. I thought to myself, “He must be standing there just about where he was when he acknowledged my greeting.” Just then, his torso popped into view, bent forward at a right angle, and he looked right toward me.

Source Of The Dream Pages 71 & 72: That day he also answered some questions of a very private nature, which I tried putting to him mentally as he sat on his chair keeping the beat for the music during the afternoon bhajans in the temple. With my background in logic and scientific skepticism, I was very loath to accept interpretations of meanings or significances that are not securely founded in the facts of a matter, and all the less so where vital personal matters are at stake! Still, I was already convinced that Sai Baba is telepathic, and the answers he gave each question, immediately, by looking straight at me with expressive and affirmative nods and one negative head-shake, were so unmistakably for me – even though I sat amid a hundred others – that I had to marvel at the ease and clarity of the communication.

In fact, one of the questions about a spiritual goal sprang into my mind unannounced. This question was of a nature that I had never even contemplated before and came ready-worded in a symbolic way that was very unlike my way of thinking – yet I found I had already “asked” it of him unthinkingly (not my way at all!). His very definitive nod came a split second later. This left me surprised and befuddled, but also very grateful too! I am convinced that he actually put the idea into my mind and influenced me to ask it! Following the example and advice of close devotees, I keep to myself the content of interchanges that are close to the heart, as in this case.

Source Of The Dream Page 117: One evening the bhajans went on into the dusk. Baba came out and walked along about ten yards away from my place at the rear of those seated on the sand. As he came opposite me, though it was too dark to see his eyes at that distance, I sensed that he was looking straight at me, and as if in confirmation of that fact, I saw two pinpricks of light shining in his eyes! It was a striking “physical impossibility,” and even would have been so had there been artificial lighting around, yet there was not, and I definitely saw these pinpoints fixed on me! In retrospect, I marvel how, with that leela, the tailor episode, and several other subtle but unmistakable signs, he was evidently ensuring that my expectations were to reach a maximum buildup.

Source Of The Dream Page 142: Though I had long believed in Baba’s many miraculous manifestations, I had now physically witnessed quite a few. Because some people are incurable skeptics who yet zealously believe that they know in advance what is and is not possible, even the old adage, “Seeing is believing” does not always hold true. Yet there is a difference between believing and seeing at first hand. I now therefore had the personal experience for confirming to others that these physical phenomena are empirical fact, not just something I believed in, at second hand, from the testimony of others…

I “presented” my plan for approval one day during bhajans in the temple by asking Sai Baba to give a sign if he approved and give it the moment I mentally asked for the answer. Indeed, he looked my way immediately, looking at me where I sat many rows back amid a hundred people and giving some satisfied nods.

Source Of The Dream Page 164: Since out previous visit, the only thing I had thought I would ask of Swami in an interview, if I got the opportunity, was to sing the bhajan “Love Is My Form” for us. I had seen the Italian film Love Is My Form, in which he sang it in the interview room in a sweet and soft voice that appealed particularly to me. As if in answer to this six-month-old unexpressed thought, Swami suddenly began signing it…but in even softer and sweeter tones than in the film – like a small innocent boy!

Source Of The Dream Page 178: Thus, Sai Baba communicates with exactitude, precision and timing across time, proving how he knew the idiosyncrasies of my mind. Every gesture, every word he addresses to anyone, it seems, has a meaning that will be clear sooner or later, even a meaning within a meaning. This helps one penetrate matters, both through deep self-analysis and contemplation of facts.

Source Of The Dream Page 180: On an occasion in the Prashanti temple, sitting cross-legged amid a large crown during bhajans and feeling severe shoulder and neck problems, I sent a mental prayer to Baba, who was seated about twenty yards off before me. Directly his eyes looked straight toward me and he put his hand on his own shoulder, exactly where my aches were worst.

Amusingly, this is not the first time that Robert Priddy claimed a telepathic connection to another person. Robert Priddy also claimed he shared an “unspoken telepathic awareness” with his friend Eric Steadman when he tripped on LSD (Ref).

Robert Priddy’s alleged telepathic and psychic connections with Sathya Sai Baba inspired him to write the following words:

Source Of The Dream Page 201: Some societies in northern Europe are now so fundamentally materialistic in thought and belief, so uninformed even about paranormal facts that have been well-known in other cultures and throughout history, that most of their members have been educated into cynicism and cultural bigotry. I leaned somewhat in that direction myself when I was a much younger and less experienced fool than I may appear to be now. While studying philosophy and science, my views tended at times toward the academic norm and the intellectual’s peculiar brand of misplaced and commonplace common sense, which I now recognize as most unhealthy in the long run, because it conceals from oneself the very purpose of life, or even that there is one! On two occasions already related, when people who had been in India and experienced some of the wonders of Sai Baba came to tell me about it, my supposed breadth of scholarly achievement and comprehensive reading, etc. etc., kept me from following up on the matter. Now that I am at the other end of the stick, I can sympathize with those who continue for whatever reason to forego the opportunity and thus lose many precious years of access to the marvel and the love of Baba.

Source Of The Dream Page 202: Baba has established in me what I feel to be an unshakeable faith in the omnipresence of the Divine, including its reflection in other people – and myself. Furthermore, a sense of security in the cosmos and confidence before the world and all its ills has increased, and indeed passed a threshold some years ago, so that I am now convinced that I will not lose it. And, not least, I have gained growing insight into the challenges presented by my altered physical and social circumstances, for the consequent redirection of my activities and mind have, in fact, much improved the quality of my life. In all, I now flow with life more easily, find pressures have relaxed from within, and have also been able to know the self-fulfillment of realizing certain of my dearest dreams. All this grace, through Baba’s love, is beyond repayment, I feel, by any other form of thanks than following up his call as best I can.

Even after his defection from the Sai Movement, Robert Priddy had the following to say about Sai Baba’s paranormal powers:

“Some of what I experienced of SSB’s extraordinary and positive powers through many years is undeniable, even after the most rigorous skeptical investigations, and I do not regard him as any ordinary human being. I have simply had to realize that his actions in the worldly and human sphere are not infallible and are not always setting a perfect example for others.”

Robert Priddy also believes that Sai Baba has “inexplicable psychic powers”, is “psychically sensitive” and can materialize “apports”.

Although Robert Priddy was never sexually abused and never witnessed an incident of alleged abuse, he gullibly believed all the Anti-Sai stories he read on the internet. Almost immediately, Robert Priddy undertook an aggressive and feral Anti-Sai Campaign, utilizing online propaganda, rhetoric and even outright prevarication to revenge his being “defrauded” by Sai Baba.

The fact of the matter is that Robert Priddy is not credible. He is obsessed, bitter, angry and dishonest. For further reading, see: Vishvarupa.com: Robert Priddy – Oslo, Norway.

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Dr. G. Venkataram – Sathya Sai Baba Devotee

Dr G Venkataraman is a former Vice-Chancellor of the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning who also served at the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre in Mumbai and the Indira Gandhi Atomic Research Centre in Kalpakkam. He was the Founder Director of ANURAG, a unit of DRDO – Defence Research and Development Organization. He is the recipient of the Sri C. V. Raman Centenary Award, Indira Gandhi Award and the prestigious Padma Shri Award from the Government of India. He currently teaches at the Institute besides running the Prashanti Digital Studio and Radio Sai.

Professor G. Venkataraman has also written various well-argued, sober, intelligent and reasonable articles pertaining to the Sathya Sai Baba Controversy. G Venkataraman is often the target of numerous malicious personal attacks made by Robert Priddy and Barry Pittard (former devotees of Sai Baba) on their personal wordpress blogs:

G. VENKATARAMAN’S ARTICLES:

ABOUT G. VENKATARAMAN:
Academic degrees: Honours degree in Physics from the University of Madras, and Ph.D in Physics from the University of Bombay.

Career summary: Served in the Bhabha Atomic Research Centre, Bombay, of the Department of Atomic Energy, from 1955 to 1973 as Scientist. From 1973 to 1987, served in the Indira Gandhi Centre for Atomic Research, Kalpakkam, of the Department of Atomic Energy, as Director Physics and Electronics Group, Head of the Computer Centre, Head Library and Information Service, from 1978 to 1992 as Director ANURAG in the Defence Research and Development Organisation, holding the rank of a Distinguished Scientist. Retired from that post on superannuation.

Publications: About eighty [80] original papers and review articles in leading physics journals published in America, England, Europe and India.

Books and monographs: One monograph published by MIT Press, Boston, one monograph published by Springer Verlag, Berlin, the official Raman centenary scientific biography of Nobel Prize winner Sir C.V.Raman, commissioned by the Indian Academy of Science and released in October 1988 by Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, and 14 books on physics in a series entitled VIGNETTES IN PHYSICS.

Fellowship: Elected Fellow, Indian Academy of Science, elected Fellow, Indian National Science Academy, elected Fellow, National Academy of Sciences India.

Professional Awards: Sir C.V.Raman Medal of the University Grants Commission, Raman Centenary Medal of the Indian Academy of Science, Indira Gandhi Award of the Indian National Science Academy, and the Sir C.V.Raman Medal of the Indian Science Congress.

Other honours: Jawaharlal Nehru Fellowship conferred by the Nehru Foundation, and the Padma Shri conferred by the President of India.

Participation in international scientific activities: Presented papers in many international conferences, chaired sessions in international conferences, on the organising committee for international conferences, lectured in many universities in India and abroad [from McMaster University in Canada to Victoria University in New Zealand], refereed papers for journals and served on editorial boards of journals.

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Jack Hawley PhD

Jack Hawley, PhD, has emerged as one of the preeminent teachers of the Bhagavad Gita in the world today. Each year, he spends six months in India studying and lecturing at a spiritual community, and six months in the U.S., living and teaching the wisdom of the Gita, one of the greatest spiritual works ever written.

Jack Hawley is also a business consultant, currently the president of Jack A. Hawley Associates and founder of Team Climate Associates (a consortium of consultants in effective work environment); prior to this, Hawley spent ten years as an executive in the high-technology and service industries. In 1978 his search for new approaches to individual and organizational transformation took him to India to study with the famed spiritual teacher Bhagavan Sri Sathya Sai Baba. The one-month trip grew into a deep, lasting relationship with Eastern wisdom and a new career as writer, lecturer, and teacher. His graduate work was done at Cornell University in Industrial and Labor Relations, and at Columbia Pacific University. He holds a doctoral in organization behavior and has taught part time at several universities including Cornell, University of California, Pepperdine, and the Sri Sathya Sai Institute of Higher Learning in Puttaparthi, India. When not traveling, Hawley and his wife Louise live in Southern California.

Jack Hawley PhD is the author of several widely read books:

  • Reawakening The Spirit In Work – The Power Of Dharmic Management
  • Roadmaps to Self-Realization
  • Essential Wisdom of the Bhagavad Gita: Ancient Truths for Our Modern World
  • The Bhagavad Gita: A Walkthrough for Westerners
  • Jack Hawley’s website is GitaWalkThrough.com.

    Also See: Dr. Jack Hawley And His Interview With Sathya Sai Baba

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    Searching for Gold

    Searching for Gold: Redefining the Value System for a Wealthy Life
    April 16, 2008

    Oliver H. Jobson, a retired army officer, graduate of England’s Royal Military Academy at Sandhurst, and former Aide-de-Camp, has been on a personal quest, since childhood, to unravel what is regarded as the elusive. Jobson’s life focus is nothing less than the examination of the “essence of humanity,” as he puts it. What makes Jobson qualified to undertake such a task?

    Jobson has been a practitioner of meditation and Eastern philosophy for over forty years. He was a student of Sri Sathya Sai Baba, an Avatar in India. “Sai Baba’s teachings are worthy of deep study. He teaches the secrets to prosperity, achieving a sense of balance, compassion, understanding, harmony, self-confidence and wisdom,” says Jobson. “He has provided me with guidance for using my intelligence to live a life of quality and fulfillment.”

    Jobson’s military and professional experience, combined with his philosophical studies, have empowered him to write a book that captures the wisdom he has gained. Expanding the Boundaries of Self: Beyond the Limit of Traditional Thought is a powerful new guide for personal and national transformation. Says Jobson, “It’s about tapping into your own inner intelligence and power source. It’s equally valid to those who are interested in improving their leadership skills.”

    Jobson’s ideas are applicable for the current political climate and for everyone who aspires to lead, particularly in business and sports. He reminds us that:

    • “One is only as good as one’s word. Therefore, if one cannot commit to one’s word, of what value is one?”
    • “A Society is the magnification of the sum total of the scruples, ethics, and values of its individuals.”
    • “A country is only as healthy as the ethics, humanity, and moral fiber of the population, political leaders, and corporate executives.”

    A man of strong conviction, Jobson believes that readers will be inspired and acknowledge that positive change is inevitable. He sees his book as “a practical guide to decision-making and direction-finding.” His book introduces Self Discovery Analysis (SDA), a technique that amplifies the understanding that the nation is a manifestation of each individual’s humanity, values, thoughts, and actions. According to Jobson, “SDA is founded on the principle and technique of Introspective Psychology and Reflective Philosophy. It’s a particularly useful tool for personal motivation and prosperity.”

    A handbook, presented in the form of a philosophical biography of personal development, Expanding the Boundaries of Self explains the unifying philosophy of Monism, a discipline showing the common thread that links religion, science, nature, humanity, and daily life into a synergy of being in harmony.

    Many of Jobson’s SDA techniques are applicable in politics, daily life and business—as you might expect from someone who is an entrepreneur and business consultant. “Excelling in life, with compassion, is the same whether you’re a politician or homemaker, a billionaire or pauper, an agnostic or atheist, or whether you are on a mountaintop or in a boardroom,” he says with an easy-going smile.

    Jobson emphasizes, “Whether you’re looking to embark on a journey of inner or outer exploration, seeking an edge in business and leadership, or analyzing your political preference or direction, Expanding the Boundaries of Self is a practical guide. It is more than just an enlightening read; it has the potential of becoming a cherished companion for the Nation. For more information, please visit expandingtheboundariesofself.com .

    “A combination instruction manual and inspirational guide that will enable [Jobson’s] readers to tap into their ‘inner intelligence,’ and to take charge of their own thoughts, actions, and emotions. . . . Expanding the Boundaries of Self… teaches by example and many of the principles and SDA techniques Jobson presents are applicable with respect to any form of relationship—be they business, family, social, or cultural. Articulate, enhanced with a glossary, and thoroughly ‘reader friendly, ‘Expanding the Boundaries of Self’ is very strongly recommended for community library self-help collections and personal improvement self-improvement reading lists and reference collections.”

    —Midwest Book Review

    Biography
    Oliver H. Jobson, an entrepreneur, motivational speaker and global business consultant, graduated from the Royal Military Academy, Sandhurst, England, receiving the Queen’s Commission as an Officer. He retired after twelve years from Her Majesty’s Service as a Battle Group Commander.

    A Roman Catholic by upbringing, practitioner and facilitator of Monistic Philosophy and mediation and a lifelong student of Eastern philosophy; Jobson has served on many boards, as a director, in a range of industries including entertainment, hospitality, procurement manufacturing and trade. He is also a certified hypnotist and life coach.

    Among his other interests are martial arts, soccer, music, and travel. Mr. Jobson lives in Florida. He has two children and three grandchildren.

    1. In what way did your childhood experience affect your life path?
    2. You have a chapter in your book dedicated to “Self Development Analysis.” How does it help one spiritually?
    3. There is a chapter on Transformation. How is this translated to life?
    4. What is unique about your book?
    5. What is the difference between Sin and Karma?
    6. Why do you think Oprah is loosing popularity with Christians?
    7. What is your opinion of Oprah’s “New Age” slant?
    8. Religion says the “Devil” exists, but in your book you say he does not. How can this be so? How do you reconcile this paradox?
    9. You have a section dedicated to Meditation. How can one benefit from Meditation?
    10. Atheists don’t believe in a supreme being. How can they relate to your book?
    11. Do you accept that Jesus is the only way to God?
    12. God has said, “Do not kill.” How do you reconcile terrorists killing us and our killing them, as in Iraq. How did you justify this with your former military career as an Officer in Her Majesty’s service?
    13. How do you define God? Do all religions pray to the same God, no matter what we call him?
    14. Does Sai Baba’s teachings conflict with your Christian teachings?
    15. What does Expanding the Boundaries of Self reveal that every one needs to know?

    Reference

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    Muz Murray aka Ramana Baba


    Public Domain Picture of Muz Murray – Ramana Baba

    Muz Murray (also known as “Ramana Baba”) is the webmaster and registrant for the mantra-yoga.com domain, through which he advertises and solicits himself as:

  • - A “world renowned Mystic and Mantra Yoga Master”
  • - An “awakened mystic and western spiritual master of mantric knowledge”
  • - “One of Britain’s best-loved mystic masters”
  • - A “world-travelling mystic master with an international reputation”
  • - A “mantracharya”
  • - A “maestro”
  • Muz Murray recently claimed that Swami Muktananda (Siddha Yoga Guru of Ganeshpuri) told him that he “adjudicated in a court case regarding Sai Baba’s molestation of the son of two of his disciples”. When Robert Priddy asked Muz for further clarification, he changed his story and claimed that (if his memory served him right) that Muktananda really did not adjudicate in an actual court case but that the “matter had been settled out of court”.

    Robert Priddy published his own article about Muz Murray on his wordpress blog on the April 15th, deleted the post as per Murray’s request and then reposted it on the 17th with Murray’s permission.

    Muz Murray also told Robert Priddy that Sathya Sai Baba was a “scumbag” that needed to be “behind bars where he belongs” (revealing Muz’s bias, hatred and predisposition to rumor mongering).

    Although Muz Murray’s claims are highly questionable, unverifiable and strongly suspect, there are some known facts about Sathya Sai Baba and Baba Muktananda. There is photographic proof that Baba Muktananda visited Sathya Sai Baba, had Sathya Sai Baba’s darshan, embraced Sathya Sai Baba and offered Sathya Sai Baba a jasmine mala (with at least two known pictures of the encounter):


    Baba Muktananda Embracing Sathya Sai Baba

    Joe Moreno (A Pro-Sai Activist) provided a full response on his own website entitled: Muz Murray & The Swami Muktananda Imbroglio.

    And to top it all off, Muz Murray also told Moreno that he personally knew two women who had sexual relations with Baba Muktananda and that Muktananda was “no saint”. It remains unclear why Muz Murray would believe Muktananda’s alleged claims about Sai Baba (which were allegedly provided through a translator in third world India -in the early 70’s- where they do not even speak correct or proper English) when he believes that Muktananda is a shady character who engaged in inappropriate relations with women.

    A strange case of a self-professed “World renowned Mystic and Mantra Yoga Master” (with an extremely small following and virtually non-existent fame) bashing and trashing other Gurus with significant followings and world-renowned fame.

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    Muz Murray (aka Ramana Baba) And Swami Muktananda

    Muz Murray (Ramana Baba)
    Public Domain Picture of Muz Murray aks ‘Ramana Baba’ (Refs: 0102)

    Muz Murray (also known as “Ramana Baba”) is the webmaster and registrant for the mantra-yoga.com domain, through which he advertises and solicits himself as:

  • A “world renowned Mystic and Mantra Yoga Master”
  • An “awakened mystic and western spiritual master of mantric knowledge”
  • “One of Britain’s best-loved mystic masters”
  • A “world-travelling mystic master with an international reputation”
  • A “mantracharya”
  • A “maestro”
  • Muz Murray recently claimed that Swami Muktananda (Siddha Yoga Guru of Ganeshpuri) told him that he “adjudicated in a court case regarding Sai Baba’s molestation of the son of two of his disciples”. When Robert Priddy asked Muz for further clarification, he changed his story and claimed that (if his memory served him right) that Muktananda really did not adjudicate in an actual court case but that the “matter had been settled out of court”.

    Robert Priddy published his own article about Muz Murray on his wordpress blog on the April 15th, deleted the post as per Murray’s request and then reposted it on the 17th with Murray’s permission.

    Muz Murray also told Robert Priddy that Sathya Sai Baba was a “scumbag” that needed to be “behind bars where he belongs” (revealing Muz’s bias, hatred and predisposition to rumor mongering).

    Although Muz Murray’s claims are highly questionable, unverifiable and strongly suspect, there are some known facts about Sathya Sai Baba and Baba Muktananda. There is photographic proof that Baba Muktananda visited Sathya Sai Baba, had Sathya Sai Baba’s darshan, embraced Sathya Sai Baba and offered Sathya Sai Baba a jasmine mala (with at least two known pictures of the encounter):

    Baba Muktananda
    Baba Muktananda Embracing Sathya Sai Baba

    Joe Moreno (A Pro-Sai Activist) provided a full response on his own website entitled: Muz Murray & The Swami Muktananda Imbroglio.

    And to top it all off, Muz Murray also told Moreno that he personally knew two women who had sexual relations with Baba Muktananda and that Muktananda was “no saint”. It remains unclear why Muz Murray would believe Muktananda’s alleged claims about Sai Baba (which were allegedly provided through a translator in third world India -in the early 70’s- where they do not even speak correct or proper English) when he believes that Muktananda is a shady character who engaged in inappropriate relations with women.

    A strange case of a self-professed “World renowned Mystic and Mantra Yoga Master” (with an extremely small following and virtually non-existent fame) bashing and trashing other Gurus with significant followings and world-renowned fame.

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