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I do understand facts and symbolism. I do understand a universal philosophy and mythology.
this world is not magical.. There is no such thing as magic, magic exist in stories..
anyone can be whatever they want to be as long as you believe in it.. Tragic however it might be
But i know others who hate this universe and its hidden messages.. A thin balance of telling a story and creating a fantasy.. Its a place for creation i hope others see it the same way.
nut? you called Hubbard a nut, wow, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century a nut?
David Christopher Lane (born April 29, 1956 in Burbank, California) is a professor of philosophy and sociology at Mt. San Antonio College, in Walnut, California. He is notable for his book The Making of a Spiritual Movement: The Untold Story of Paul Twitchell and Eckankar which exposed the origins of Eckankar and demonstrated the plagiarism of its founder, Paul Twitchell. He is also notable for introducing to a wider audience the teachings of Baba Faqir Chand, the Indian exponent of Surat Shabd Yoga from Hoshiapur. Among writings on Chand, he edited and published a book entitled The Unknowing Sage: Life and Work of Baba Faqir Chand. Lane wrote the first critical exposé of John-Roger Hinkins and MSIA in 1983 entitled The J. R. Controversy. and was instrumental in helping Peter McWilliams write the controversial book Life 102: What to Do When Your Guru Sues You.