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Date Posted: 10:53
Author: Wondering - 29 Aug 2001
Subject: Re: Ananda and NTLA article
In reply to: Yogananda Devotee - 29 Aug 2001 's message, "Re: Ananda and NTLA article" on 10:52

"You show no evidence, convincing or otherwise,
to prove your verdict of guilt."

I did not pronouce a "verdict" of guilt. I am just
look for a reasonable explanation for a very strange
coincidence. So far none of the explanations offered
by you or others from Ananda seem to be consistent
with the assertions made by Kriyananda in his rebuttal.

As far as "evidence," I think I have provided very strong
evidence from Kriyananda's rebuttal that calls into question
the assertions that:

1. Ananda/Kriyananda had no idea of the nature of the
article being published.

2. Kriyananda thought that he had convinced the author
not to publish the article.

These two statements seem to be the essence of Ananda's
defense of publishing the ad next to the article. But
both of these points seem completely untenable (as I have
explained in my previous posts) in the light
of Kriyananda's statements in his rebuttal.

As strange and disturbing as it may seem there appears to be
no justification at this moment (other than faith) to exclude the
possibility that Ananda and Kriyananda knew of the nature of the
article and intentionally published the Ananda ad next to it.

If you have some information (for example, perhaps the author lied to
Kriyananda and told him he would not publish the article) to exclude
what logically appears to be a reasonable possibility that would be

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