Om Jeez, You skeptical guys are so in the small mind and ignorant of these 
things it is pathetic. 
  George Hammond is quite okay.
 -Buck in the Dome


 In FairfieldLife at Yahoo-groups it was written:

 ..that Hammond seemed 'fragile', might be a telling point.

 IMO, Hammond is delusional.  It's apparent that he likes the TM movement and 
its tradition to the point of believing that he was once Bhrigu.  He appears to 
be synthesizing his knowledge of the various religions and philosophies and 
came to the conclusion that he was once involved with the leading figures of 
these religions in his previous life.


 I'm sure he believes in what he is saying.  But people will realize that his 
stories are coming from a delusional mind.


mjackson74@...> wrote :

 I will have to look back at the video but I believe he also claimed to have 
been Shankara's daddy too. At any rate whatever success he had in the relative 
world he's not making much of a showing now - he only seems to impress TM 
junkies and "I'll believe anything cuz I am a spiritual person" like Buck. 


 From: "curtisdeltablues@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 8:50 PM
 Subject: Re: [FairfieldLife] Re: George critique from my own POV
   He claimed that as Brighu, he was Maharishi's dad, one of his four sons. He 
also claimed that Maharishi sat on a dais with two people on his right and left 
to imitate his father, himself. He told us that before he revealed who he was. 
Oddly he said that Maharishi was instructing him to do it. It is odd to me cuz 
I would think that as a former Brighu he should be able to make such decisions 
for himself, right? He had been Plato and a disciple of Jesus and he still 
needed daddy Maharishi's permission? That part was a bit slippery as if he was 
offloading the responsibility for making such an outrageous claim onto 
Maharishi. "The guru made me do it!" (Said in Flip Wilson's Laugh In voice!)

Shankara was the incarnation of Vyasa who wrote lots of the Vedic literature 
including the Gita. In Hinduism, Veda Vyasa was considered to be part Vishnu 
with Krishna being all Vishnu all the time. 

But I don't think we can begrudge the guy his success. He made a bundle of cash 
as a lawyer and he has a hobby, being whatever it was he was laying down. It 
shows how complicated people are and how really energetic driven people can 
kick ass in business, while not being exactly consistent through their whole 
personality. Also think of the hutzpa this guy could direct for his own gain. 
It doesn't surprise me that he kinda believed in himself a little throughout 
his career. 


---In, <mjackson74@...> wrote :

 how successful can he be when he is in essence claiming to be the spiritual 
father of the whole TM Movement and the so called holy tradition from whence TM 
supposedly came by being Shankara's daddy in the ancient times? Talk about 
wanting attention - man oh man. His sister's passing seems to have unhinged him.


 From: "wayback71@... [FairfieldLife]" <>
 Sent: Monday, December 1, 2014 7:11 PM
 Subject: [FairfieldLife] Re: George critique from my own POV   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.




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