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I mention this first because earlier this year a trickle, and then a flood, of email asked whether I was, in fact a prince. Specifically, people asked whether I was Maitreya – The World Teacher – a prince of peace, the leader of a movement that might be able to save the planet from itself. Others wrote to ask whether I was the antichrist, the Prince of Darkness.
As the Guardian reported, the deluge began after a number of coincidences seemed to match me up with the man foretold by followers of
Originally posted by jcrash
Did they run out of real news stories about government corruption or Britney Spears?
Originally posted by Maddogkull
reply to post by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
Are you serious?? Hes a nutjob. He himself thinks he is the messiah. He has some cool theory's though.
Originally posted by TruthxIsxInxThexMist
reply to post by jcrash
Personally i think the Messiah is David Icke... he seems like he has a lot of followers these days and is prepared to speak his mind...
Originally posted by fedeykin
If an enlightened being was (re)born and his destiny was to become a Messiah,
would he even know it until he was put into the position of being able to create the change he was destined to?
This, at least, is the world I'm keen to live in: one without princes but with billions of world teachers, in which we live under neither God nor Master. It's a recipe for change that makes for poor storytelling but great politics.
The only problem is how to condense it so that someone can chisel it in stone.