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Date Posted: 10:55
Author: Yogananda Devotee - 29 Aug 2001
Subject: Re: Ananda and NTLA article
In reply to:
Wondering - 29 Aug 2001
's message, "Re: Ananda and NTLA article" on 10:53
The author in no way indicated to Kriyananda or anyone at Ananda that he was actually going to go ahead and publish an article against Yogananda.
It's also very clear to anyone who knows Kriyananda and Ananda that they have absolutely nothing to gain from their Guru being made to look bad.
And it's also clear that SRF and its members have much to gain from making Kriyananda and Ananda look like they were behind this article- it follows a long pattern.
Yes, you are fabricating a verdict of guilt when you say "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."
In the absence of any evidence supporting your claim, I can only leave you with your judgment. And suggest that others read Kriyananda's entire rebuttal and decide for themselves: