Roy wrote:"When the Father is revealed (at the end), very famous people (in the Brahmin family) become(are shown to be) great fools (because of not recognising Him before this, in the body of Shankar aka Prajapita-Ram)." [Av 06.09.75]
As a detached observer it interests me the the primary divisor which Virendra Dev Dixit uses, is the realisation that most or all of what the Murlis refer to is 'internal' to the BK family rather than 'external' to it, i.e. about the outside world.
There is nothing "bad" or anti-Gyani about such an approach and on one level it surprises my that the BKs react so strongly against it ... except that the BK are not that spiritual evolved and he holds a mirror up to them into which they do not like to look. Unlike an evolve person who would look in the mirror, correct themselves and be grateful ... the BK look in the mirror, don't like the ugliness they see, and want to break the mirror. It strikes me that they or their supporters have done everything possible, short of shooting him, to try and do so over a period of decades. Such a prolonged obsession is a sign of their mentality.
We are asked, "Are all Murli statements true ??" The first response should be, "At what level are you talking?".
On a purely literal level, the answer is plainly no. They are not true. There are numerous failures and errors which have mostly been covered up, changed or removed by the BKWSU.
Virendra Dev Dixit is and was obviously dedicated to both the truth and the Knowledge and believes the Baba is God or the Supreme Soul. He believed and accepted what the BKs told him was true. He obviously has at least half-a-brain working and obviously saw and recognised this logical problem ... how could the Ocean of Truth, be false or wrong?
Obviously, an Ocean of Truth cannot be false or wrong so he must have thought, how do we resolve or explain the "errors"?
It seems that he decided they could not be errors and so had to be understood at a more metaphorical level ... his pointing out and questioning of the inconsistencies enraged the Dadis so much they had to throw him out and banish him ... hardly a sign of enlightened beings. People like the Dadis also sub-consciously do not like people like Virendra Dev Dixit because, generally sub-consciously, they feel he can see through them and see what they are really like ... which he did. It seems to be a great shock to the immature Dadis that criticism within the Murlis could apply to them and they did not like it.
Are all Murli statements true ?? No, not all.
Are all metaphorically interpretation of the Murli statements true ?? No, not all but some do seem to ring true and some metaphorical interpretations have been refined over the years.
Do the PBKs' interpretations of the Murlis and Advance Knowledge give us insights into the BKWSU? Most certain, yes. Even if it is not always a perfect insight, it is often enough to lead us on to better understanding.
This illogical forging of points to try and contradict every element of PBKism in order to discredit it is boring. An enlightened person can take criticism and use it to improve themselves and the other who criticises them. If the BKs were to admit that, yes, actually some of the Advance Knowledge is good, some is quite right and some they have taken and used then I would have much more respect for that.
But to take from the and then try and kill off or suppress it and its leader ... that is the work of the criminal gang element of the BKWSU.