Thanks, that is fascinating. I think this is why John Helgelin said it sounded more like George than Maharishi when he heard some of the message.
There was a moment when he claimed that Maharishi used an analogy of driving your family on vacation and the car breaking down and getting upset and spoiling the vacation by yelling at everyone instead of just hanging out and enjoying yourself near your broken down car. It was supposed to be what happened in the movement. Maharishi would NEVER use that analogy but bunch of kids George sure would. Funny how each book is one of his "incarnations." I wish he would just say: "hey this is my creative process, I was just F'ing with all y'all." Somehow I think instead we are just gunna see a Brighu book in the list soon. ---In FairfieldLife@yahoogroups.com, <wayback71@...> wrote : apassionforwisdom.com upper right corner has a books tab. Books on Andrew the Apostle, Pythagorus, Plato, God, physics, He has been super interested in all this for years. Gives speeches. Sounds like a very successful and smart man with interesting interests.