Last week, some people got upset with me for criticizing the guru/chela dynamic that I could see, raising its hideous head again on this forum. I think the best way to deal with this stuff is to get it out in the open.
There are over a dozen very skilled and accomplished psychics who
sometimes post reports on ethericwarriors.com and each of them, over
the years, have been sought out to provide 'answers' by some people
who were resistant to developing and trusting their own discernment
Once in awhile, a psychic or energy sensitive who is new to this
forum falls prey to this guru/sycophant dynamic and agrees to be
placed upon the pedestal. I don't waste any time in reminding
everyone that this is just not acceptable here.
People who don't know the history of how this forum came into
existence, against all the odds, usually get angry at me for
spoiling the party and they hopefully tell me about it instead of
complaining about me to others.
Ben Morton described his experiences with a couple of former
would-be gurus who eventually tried to murder him. Carol and I
(and DB) were not surprised at all that it happened in April, 2004,
even though the would-be murderers spouted (and are still spouting)
the sweetest of newage rhetoric and one of them incessantly
said/says, 'I Love You,' to everyone.
No matter how hard someone might try to keep sycophants out of a
group he/she will fail. The human urge to foist one's discernment
responsibility onto someone else is just too strong, so when someone
shows up, here, who will 'take on that burden,' the floodgates
immediately open and this unfortunate dynamic threatens to destroy
this forum's hard-won credibility.
On the upside, this is an opportunity for me to more clearly define
this forum's mandate, which is to encourage more and more people to
make simple orgonite and to toss it intelligently into the
environment and into social situations, according to the dictates of
one's own judgement. We're all easily capable of creating and
carrying out strategies and tactics, especially when we read the
reports of others around the world who are doing it.
For any situation there are potentially at least six billion ways to
succeed. It breaks my heart to witness someone assigning arbitrary
authority to another person to come up with solutions, here. In my
view, both are equally culpable.
The current standards for of what can be done--socially, for the
economy (agriculture and fishing in this case) and for the
environment (abundant rainfall in arid regions)-- with simple
orgonite are being exemplified by our East African cohorts and their
orgonite is as simple and basic as mine is.
This is the next stage for us beyond flipping those damned death
towers and weather weaponry, which some of the Africans have started
doing, by the way
Carol and I get email almost every day from people who don't want to
use their own discernment and we never do it for them. We always
tell them that their own instincts are the best guidance. We
honestly believe that. We also offer to provide some support after
they've come up with a strategy. We'd be doing them a disservice by
letting them treat us like gurus.
If someone will not honor his or her own discernment process, then
it's just a burden to someone else and corrupts that other
person. We really do each get the right guidance and we need to
follow through with it!
We sometimes want independent confirmation from our coworkers,
though, and it's one of the benefits of a group effort that this is
easily shared among us. What isn't so healthy is to develop the
habit of deferring to one or another person for 'the last word.' I
won't allow it to continue, here, after it starts up. I think it's
only happened three or four times in the seven years that EW has
been in existence.
I'm grateful that EW is at the bottom of the search engine lists
because the faker forums are welcome to keep all the 'chelas'
(Sanskrit word that means, 'slaves;' popular term among the
theosophy/masonic cults) who would otherwise waste our time,
here. I don't think the CIA/NSA intended to operate as a filter for