"nablusoss1008 is an internet troll who spends his time flinging verbal feces 
at any person who dares challenge his strange beliefs in a range of oddities 
including crop circles as evidence of aliens, his millionaire guru's divinity 
and infallibility, and the emergence of a "world teacher" who chooses to 
channel his messages through an odd little British fellow: "Creme says he was 
first contacted telepathically by his Master in January 1959, who asked him to 
make tape recordings of his messages to Creme."  Creme is famous for continuing 
to claim that the Lord Maitreya  will address everyone on TV real soon, any day 
now, any minute, right behind you, right now, really. Nalusoss 1008 is the last 
remaining person on earth who actually believes that Creme is in touch with 
someone other than his own accountant who is said to be the brains behind the 
outrageous, unsubstantiated, preposterous claim factory."

Uncredited Internet opinion quote about Nablusoss1008 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <no_re...@yahoogroups.com> wrote :

 "Judy called Curtis a liar, and I felt sorry for him getting so beat up all 
the time, so I started to reach out to him to start a dialog a few hours ago. 
But, he was so egotistical and arrogant that I realized he wasn't here to 
discuss anything - he just wants a bulletin board to make himself look like a 
big-shot artist and a greater teacher than Maharishi and Maitreya combined." 

---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <curtisdeltablues@...> wrote :

 All this nonsense of taking issue with the word used by organizations who deal 
with the arts to refer to their roster reminded me a a great story Maharishi 
used to tell about how he got his title/name Maharishi.

With all the careful parsing of words around here one would expect that the man 
chosen to be their authoritative master of all things spiritual would have 
gained his title through some profound process. At the very least one would 
assume that his own guru, the man who knew his spiritual progress best, would 
have been the one to give him the title "great rishi." But you would be wrong 
because Guru Dev went to his watery grave without giving Maharishi any title at 
all. He was known as Bal Bramachari Mahesh (which basically means he who 
represses any dhoti tents) and this was how he signed his name on early papers.

But then in South India a newpaperman came up with a catchy hook for his story 
about a guy from the North who had come to the South. By Maharishi's own 
account he referred to Mahesh as "a great Maharishi from the North" and Mr. 
Marketing himself, was off and running. He assumed the name the Newspaper gave 
him, which is a spiritual title usually given by one's master, from the 
newspaper. That's right,the same guy who came up with: New Police Dog Takes a 
Bite Out of Crime" and the provocative "Aren't you 'Sari' you Forgot Your 
Wife's Birthday" gave Maharishi his most important spiritual title.

Now I wonder how the World Teacher, got his special name...


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