Avatar Adi Da Samraj is a Douchebag and so is John Forth
I got an email from someone recently that had an excerpt (and by “excerpt” I mean “long ass drivel-ridden tirade”) of a speech by a guy named Avatar Adi Da Samraj. This weirdo has been around for a long time and has had a bit of a, shall we say, “mixed” past.
He was born Frank Jones in Queens, N.Y. in November 1939. Yes, you read that correctly: Frank Jones. If you’d like to lend an air of new-agey credibility to your retardedness, just throw around a name like “Adi Da Samraj” and watch the hippies crawl out from under their Indian macramé blankets. Truth be told, he used several silly-ass names through the years, all of which can be found on the Wikipedia entry for Frank.
From his “about Adi Da Samraj” page on his site, we get this little pearl of knowledge: "Throughout His first two years, He existed in a state of constant Spiritual Radiance and Joy, without any sense of separate self (or ego)."
So he never cried, moaned, had a shit-cramp, or was in pain from a non-delivered burp? Who was there to check this out? Is this just hearsay? I think so and anyone who believes that this man is more than that is delusional and in need of a fairly serious "skeptical awakening".
Oh, and this is hilarious: "...in a specific moment at two years of age, He spontaneously chose to 'become' a human ego, to become the human child that His parents had named 'Franklin Jones'". Nice dishing off of the responsibility for the "Frank Jones" name. And again, how do we know that when this dipshit was two, he decided to become a human? Did we have a note-taking psychologist there? Perhaps he was friends with The Great Gazoo who then passed the knowledge on to Fred Flintstone (now known as "Avatar Deedle Von Mastonhess").
While he was studying, "He experienced every form of mystical or transcendental attainment that has ever been sought by human beings, in the East or West." He has no actual knowledge of the world around him, but he knows mystical, baby.
Speaking of mystical, I have to get to the "talk" I was emailed by John Forth - a devotee of said fake living diety who has contacted others in attempts to get his boy's word out. The peice is called "Space-Time is Love-Bliss", so you can guess how much sense it fucking made.
Not too deep in, I was treated to this phrase:
Matter is Light—not merely ordinary light (which can even change its speed, or fly about and be reflected on surfaces, and so on), but Fundamental Light, Light Itself, Which Is inherently Indivisible, inherently Unbroken.
I think physicists would be interested in the "ordinary light changing its speed" part of that. I've read this "sentence" several times and I still have no friggin' idea what it's supposed to say. My bachelor's degree in English is failing me.
I'll spare everyone the complete drivel that this descends into because reading it just makes you start to drool and your head hurt, but I do want to show the token "atheists are bad/misled" part:
Anti-religionists, atheists, and so forth, generally do not talk seriously about great esoteric religion and Spirituality. They merely take delight in creating verbal conflict with "other" (or science-challenged) human beings. The reason why they seem to have so much energy for promoting their anti-religious (and inherently "dark" and hopeless) point of view is that, in doing so, they presume they are addressing (and academically "sporting" with) non-scientists, even exoteric religionists, people with non-scientific (and scientifically insupportable, and, therefore, it is presumed, irrational) views, and so forth. Like headstrong young college students, they derive great enjoyment from denying (and even officially" anathematizing) absolutely everything that the pious religionists merely believe. But, outside the circumstance of that adolescent debate, where would they get any energy for denying Reality Itself, in Its Greatness? Any fool can delight in abusive conflicts with public religionists of the ordinary and exoteric kind. But what about Truth? What about the Great Matter—Reality Itself?
Need an Advil yet?
He seems pretty against the "dark and hopeless" views of atheists and other non-religious people even though he provides nothing besides idiotic rantings and fluffy tripe. He is, as I told John in an email, a low-rent Deepak Chopra. He now lives in Fiji with some suckers who follow him and think he's god incarnate. It goes without saying that I don't believe that, but look at the guy:
How can anyone think this dickhole is god?! He looks like Jimmy Buffet and Anthony Hopkins had a kid, for chrissake. I can only hope this turns into a suicide cult. Dumbasses.