This is several types of nonsense. A Maharishi is not a celibate person. The only times Maharishi stated he was celibate was when he was, before he ever had sex and very late in life when it was rather inconceivable. Otherewise being a fully enlightened person he does not have any of the same reasons to be celibate as an ordinary person. He did not say publicly "I have dropped the Bal Brahmarchari" title because he never wanted to make it about himself due to his characteristic extreme modesty. Maharishi's core message is very consistent from his earliest writings to his last, always stating that truly life is bliss and that he was creating Heaven on Earth for all Mankind. You cannot find quotes from the persons you mention or from anyone before he appeared that support your claim that his teaching is in any substantive way taken from somewhere else. Really Maharishi is unique not only in his message but in world history. No-one has ever done so much for the whole world, as is becoming more obvious day by day to any intelligent person who has read the scientific research and has kept themselves informed.
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