Salyavin, Son for as intellectually negative as you seem want to be scholarship 
loves this kind of material in collections safe-kept, accessioned, and archived 
 for use in later research as to what was going on.  Like is going
 on now with the study of primary documents of Mormonism and Mormons.  
 Or Yogananda's 
 movement.  Vivekananda. Emerson and Thoreau.  It becomes extremely interesting 
as
 social science study in to the progression of human nature.  Academically it 
is important
 to save the source material now for later use in scholarship while it is 
together whole and
 before it gets parted out or edited.
 -Buck in the Dome
 
 Can the new TMO since the passing away of Maharishi afford ($) to keep the 
archives of Maharishi in Vlodrop? It might be better to place them in a public 
institution, like a special collection at Harvard or Oxford libraries or some 
place like that for safe-keeping for future generations.
Jai Guru Dev,
-Buck LEnglish5@...> wrote : In FFL #405213Re: TM Takes a Hit in the 
Netherlands Salyavin808 responds: Harvard or Oxford? What would they want with 
it there? Unless the boiler needs a bit of fuel. I suspect you are over-valuing 
the objective quality of the material.
 

 I think the preservation of beloved religious texts is up to the devotees of 
the groups concerned. It's shame that Marshy didn't follow Elron's footsteps 
and tax everyone 20% of their wages like in $cientology as the TMO would have 
enough money for a nice little library by now. 
 

 All the publications the UK TMO ever made are in dusty boxes in the loft in 
Skelmersdale. I know because I put them there. There doesn't seem to be any 
enthusiasm for public display. I'm sure Maharishi would have said we should 
carry the knowledge inside us and demonstrate it with our glowing and 
enlightened persona's. To that end, I'm quitting work early and going down the 
pub. 
 






 
  Harvard or Oxford? What would they want with it there? Unless the boiler 
needs a bit of fuel. I suspect you are over-valuing the objective quality of 
the material.
 

 I think the preservation of beloved religious texts is up to the devotees of 
the groups concerned. It's shame that Marshy didn't follow Elron's footsteps 
and tax everyone 20% of their wages like in $cientology as the TMO would have 
enough money for a nice little library by now. 
 

 All the publications the UK TMO ever made are in dusty boxes in the loft in 
Skelmersdale. I know because I put them there. There doesn't seem to be any 
enthusiasm for public display. I'm sure Maharishi would have said we should 
carry the knowledge inside us and demonstrate it with our glowing and 
enlightened persona's. To that end, I'm quitting work early and going down the 
pub. 
 










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