On 10/18/2014 9:13 AM, TurquoiseBee turquoi...@yahoo.com [FairfieldLife] wrote:
Somewhat more believable, actually.
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/It's beginning to look like we have another case of cognitive dissonance - Michael confronted by the reality that his hero Barry is nothing but another cult informant. This is really going to confuse MJ - because if what these two guys have been saying is t//rue//, then they are themselves two of the most screwed up individuals on the entire planet. Almost a total mix-up confabulation session!
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One could easily produce depositions from hundreds of people over the years who saw Freddie levitate.
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/It should be noted that nowhere in any of his writings or lecture videos does Frederick Lenz claim to be able to levitate himself up off of a sofa.
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Possibly a couple of thousand of them, total.
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/Apparently Barry got real mixed up and went over to being a True Believer, imagining that Lenz was God Vishnu. Barry used to print up posters and tack them up all over L.A. with photos of Lenz with titles like: "This man can turn a room GOLD in 60 seconds." Apparently that's what got Barry kicked out of the cult - making up fabricated stories about Lenz having para-normal powers. In many cases it's the followers that make the teacher seem like a fool. Case in point.


//"I am enlightened in the classic sense," Lenz says, but insists, "It's not a big deal. This is not having godlike qualities." - Fredrick Lenz//
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Has the TMO produced even *one* person who claims on the record to have seen Maharishi or anyone else levitate (for real, that is...say, hanging in the air for several *minutes* without descending, not seconds)? They have not.
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/In fact, Frederick Philip Lenz, III, Ph.D. was a really smart guy - a senior systems architect in computer science. He would probably have been the first one to deny that learning computer science would produce the ability for anyone to levitate or vice-versa./

Work cited:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Frederick_Lenz#Books

The Washington Post, January 11, 1996, Thursday, Final Edition

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