Thursday, July 27, 2006

The Kracki's "Crack"

File under: Satscams

We're always astonished at the wild success of some of the big-time fauxvatars. We usually chalk it up to humanity's overweening need for mommy and daddy figures to suck up to for positive mirroring. But this recent anonymous comment on a previous Kracki post reveals another facet of the phenomenon:
In the first courses of 21 process people were given an ayurvedic pill called "legio" to purify the chakras so that the deekshas could be more powerful. We all had strange experiences very alike to being drunken. You could even feel sort of oneness state with all. After some hours the effect dissapeared though they said that Kalki had taken away the power for your safety... Afterwards in the next processes they stopped doing this and strangely... the experiences also disappeared; then more people started complaining because they didn't get any experience at all for those 5000 dollars... only philosophy conditioning. People in the processes don't dare to say that they don't feel anything because if so they wouldn't be considered like highly evolved incarnations so everybody continues in the process in the hope something will happen to them. At the end you feel like Shiva walking on the earth for the second time because out of our ego we all tend to copy but all this sooner or later ends in deep dissapointment.
It's not at all surprising that the Kracki hands out some kind of ayurvedic "crack" to get folks thinking they're getting something for their 5-grand. As far as we're concerned, they should have all stayed home and spent the money on real drugs. The extremes of getting high for a month or so and then crashing straight through to the bottom of the pit of despair would have been infinitely more instructive than sitting through the several weeks worth of mythological propaganda, superstition indoctrination and divine incarnation oneupmanship that appear to comprise a Oneness Movement "instant enlightenment" seminar.


At 7/28/2006 1:57 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

As far as we're concerned, they should have all stayed home and spent the money on real drugs

Would it really surprise you if they were in fact "real" drugs?


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