I'd be interested to hear that story.Roy wrote:This was the reason myself, and other souls, were summoned in front of Dadi Janki back in the late 80s; because we refused to toe the line in this.
Was she verbally whipping you to go out and bring some money in (via new adherents), was she?
To be honest, I have no respect for her at all. For me, rather than a hero, she is one of the prime corrupters of the BKWSU.
The big 'eye opener' was when I discovered that she must have OK-ed to buy the freehold of centre on Tennyson Road in London, the first center in the West, in the same year that the famous failed prediction of Destruction happened, 1976. For me, more than anything, that prove where her mind was at, and what their capacity for duplicity were. How could you do that? How could you buy a freehold property the same year as the end of the world?
Followers encouraged to sell property and donate money because the End of the World is coming = BKWSU invests in freehold property. Shortly afterwards, they stuck a sticker over the date in Madhuban on the big illustration, and buried it changing the Murlis to suit. Of course, if you had lived through the failed prediction of 1950 and WWII, and members of the future Golden Age and 108 leaving, then I suppose another failed prediction makes no difference.
Although I will never be able to prove it, a part of me wonders if she killed her own child to run back to "her beloved" God Lekhraj Kirpalani. It is easy to do ... a little too much salt, not enough food and attention, I could think of worse ways.
There is just something wrong in her story, because her parents and family was Om Mandli followers. That is all I can say.
Why did her parents marry her off? Wasn't her sister part of "the Golden Circle", or whatever it was called, did they leave too? The dates they give for her do not match up and so on. All we can say is we do not know the whole truth.