Radhasoami History 10

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Take a book like Kirpal Singh's 'Baba Jaimal Singh, A Great Saint', page 44. Kirpal says, " Jaimal Singh was making speedy inner headway...once he told Swami Ji of his ready access to Dasam Dwar." Then Kirpal notes a conversation between Swami Ji and Jaimal on Jaimal's inner progress . This whole story by Kirpal is made up off the top of his head and all other meetings and conversations between Swami Ji and Jaimal . They are completely unreferenced as to source .
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Sounds incredible, but there is nothing in history anywhere to show Jaimal ever met Swami Ji face to face, not alone ever talked to him. None of Swami Ji's family ever mentions Jaimal meeting Swami Ji. To make matters worse, other historians quote Kirpal as if all these meetings and conversations are true. Anything you ever read or hear about Jaimal meeting Swami Ji seem completely manufactured by vested parties .
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Also, Kirpal manufactures conversations between Jaimal, Chachaji, Radhaji and Salig Ram. Kirpal tells how much Radhaji, Chachaji and Salig Ram respect Jaimal and heap praises on him. Radhaji in these conversations gives Jaimal Swami Ji's red turban and prayer mat after she and Chachaji acknowledge Jaimal's greatness. Kirpal has Radhaji calling Jaimal "The Lord of Sat Lok". It's interesting Kirpal quotes Radhaji as saying Swami Ji left the turban for Jaimal before he died. But, Kirpal notes this conversation as talking place in 1890. This means Jaimal had not been to Soami Bagh, Agra in 12 years. Kirpal definitely infers this. Swami Ji died in 1878. Sure took Radhaji a hell of a long time to give the turban to Jaimal!
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Kirpal has Chachaji actually asking Jaimal to sit on a gaddi ! See page 59 Kirpal's Jaimal book,1973 edition. Then Chachaji, Gharib Das (blind helpless sadhu) and Jaimal take off to see Salig Ram in Peepal Mandi, whom hands Jaimal a robe in honor of his greatness, verifying his exalted status by words and asking Jaimal onto his gaddi ! Of course Radhaji (who is not shown as a member of this 1890 trip) magically appears from nowhere at Pipal Mandi at this exact moment to force Jaimal to take the robe from Salig Ram, because he is too humble! But, Kirpal is fully aware Jaimal was thrown out of both Salig Ram's and Misra's satsang for posing as a guru. Kirpal verifies Maheswari's claims about Jaimal's being disliked by other Swami Ji and Salig Ram disciples on page 61 of his book as "(Jaimal on Agra trip to Council) finding himself no longer well received and his words of no avail...returned to Beas." Kirpal is fully aware Chachaji was later to officially call Jaimal to task in Council for posing as a guru. The proof being Kirpal references specifically in footnotes the exact Maheswari books this negative information is contained in with his Jaimal, A Great Saint book ! So, Kirpal knew these conversations were highly implausible, if not absolutely impossible. The question becomes if Kirpal knew all these historical facts about Jaimal, why he didn't tell people in his book? Could it be because if you knew the full history he had omitted, you would know what he was saying could not have happened ?
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Kirpal in Jaimal Great Saint book, page 60, reproduces the letter from Chachaji to Jaimal asking his endorsement for the Council members. Kirpal says Jaimal was nominated as 7th on ballot, but decided to remain aloof from the Council due to disagreement on the building of Swami Ji's samadh. But, we know Sawan worshiped at Swami Ji's samadh with his disciples in ritual. So, we see Kirpal produce another so called reason for Jaimal to act as he did. But, Kirpal fails to mention Jaimal wanted three seats on Council and was indeed given permission to initiate after the Council started. Kirpal fails to mention Chachaji and Council chastised Jaimal for posing as a guru and later brought excommunication proceedings. Sawan actually initiated for the Council gurus also, thereby accepting them as sant sat gurus. Why has Kirpal seen fit to exclude this part of Beas history ? Could it be Sawan was bowing at the feet of the Council gurus?
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These fictionalized conversations in Jaimal's life by Kirpal, were written in his book as if they actually occurred! Therefore, Kirpal's book, Jaimal, A Great Saint, seems a remarkable embarrassment to Kirpal's legacy and possibly the most extraordinary guru propaganda book ever written. Could these phantasmagorical conversations Kirpal manufactured in his book also show a delusional core basis, for the notion in his own mind, that he was a godlike Saint having reached Sach Kand ?
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Kirpal also tried to tie his lineage back to the last Sikh guru Govind and was proven wrong. Kirpal evidently could not read the Akashic records. Kirpal lists no source for conversations between Swami Ji and Jaimal, nor with Chachaji and Radhaji in his book. There is absolutely nothing verifying these conversations ever took place, or of these meetings in history. So how did Kirpal come up with these quotes involving these people in these conversations ? Why doesn't Kirpal show anything historical that Swami Ji ever knew Jaimal, or that someone ever saw Jaimal in Swami Ji's satsang ? With 10,000 people in Swami Ji's satsang, someone must have seen him. But, who ???? And, if any evidence existed, it would have shown up in the last 100 years. Kirpal cannot give reference, because none exist. Kirpal's Jaimal book seems an attempt to counteract Maheswari's devestating history books, which shortly preceded it. It is as if Kirpal is telling Maheswari to back off, that his disciples will believe any crap he tells them. Power politics.
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Hence, there is no question in this writers mind Kirpal may have done great injustice to history. Kirpal's book, 'Jaimal, A Great Saint', seems to be the most astonishing piece of fabricated fiction since the story of Santa Claus. This book, I believe, may reek havoc on the true history of Beas for generations. I have extremely severe questions both regarding the integrity, and or sanity of Kirpal, for writing it.
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KIRPAL GOT HIS INFO ON JAIMAL FROM THE INNER PLANES

http://www.arranstephens.com/book/54-InnerQuestions.pdf

Note that the encoded manuscripts of Kirpal contain information on his discussions with dead gurus ON THE INNER PLANES.

The end of chapter 55: "Photocopies of sample pages from the coded Diaries, describing glimpses of his meetings and conversations with the great Masters of the Past: here, Guru Nanak, Kabir and Jesus Christ. Other portions describe meetings with Buddha, Zoroaster, Guru Gobind Singh, Baba Jaimal Singh, Rumi, and others. The side notes in English are also in the Master's hand"

Addressing Baba Ji [Jaimal Singh], I [Kirpal Singh] asked Him [on an inner plane], `In this world, where illusion reigns supreme, there are many clever people posing as Masters, Sants, Satgurus, Mahatmas and Faqirs, who deceive innocent seekers, claiming access to higher regions, or that they have realized God. Preying on the susceptibilities and naiveté of seekers after truth, they imitate saintly behavior and quote the scriptures. How may one determine the actual stages they claim to have attained?'

Baba Ji replied: `The following questions should be put to any Sadhu, Sant, Faqir, or Master when the need arises, to determine the extent of their inner ascent. Outer appearances and saintly behavior can be imitated to some extent, but only one who has traversed all the inner regions, who is fully conversant with every secret, will be able to answer all these questions correctly.

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It should be noted Salig Ram published a book on the internal planes. This book is for Agra initiates only. Beas once printed some of it. When Beas was informed it was copied from Salig Ram's book, they removed it from the market.

Kirpal also claimed he wrote the book Gurmat Siddhant. Since the original book was written in 1919 by Sawan Singh and was before Kirpal was even on the scene, Kirpal's claim was unfounded. Beas denies Kirpal wrote this book and they are correct.

The question has come up, since Kirpal's history was so far off the mark, if his inner experiences were real, or possibly schizophrenia. Where did he get so much crazy stuff ?

http://www.arranstephens.com/book/68-KirpalsWill.pdf

"Because the first will was `lost' by Tai Ji, on August 3, 1974, just eighteen days before Master Kirpal passed away, he got blank papers from Mela Ram and wrote out the will again, in the absence of Tai Ji. As Darshan Singh was not there, Mela Ram entrusted the written papers to Murari Lal for safekeeping. Murari Lal was a trusted business associate of Tai Ji. After the death of the Beloved Master, Murari Lal left Sawan Ashram and returned to his home in Jaipur. There he had a photocopy made of the will. After two months, he sent a man with that copy to Sant Darshan Singh, demanding 100,000 rupees for the original. This copy was shown, not given. Master Darshan Singh said he could not and would not pay such a sum. That man then went to Malik Radha Krishna Khanna, who also declined to pay the sum. The man went away."

Photocopy Kirpal's will to Darshan Singh shown

Kirpal Singh had stated the master did not leave successor's via will. This sham was used because Sawan had excluded him in his registered wills. Three days before Kirpal died he said on tape, he had left a will naming his successor. Everyone was shocked. Remember Swami Ji left a will also. The original will upon Kirpal's death was missing. It has been claimed, but not verified, a man whom had the Kirpal's original will tried to extort Darshan Singh for 100,000 rupes. Darshan refused. Later on, a copy of the will was found in Kirpal's own handwriting. It named Darshan as successor to everyones astonishment.

The current master of Science of Spirituality, Rajinder Singh, evidently is now saying he does not want the Coded Diaries of Kirpal published. This master now runs TV commercials in the USA. This master has become famous for his reps going on clubs on the internet. They are called Rajinder moles.

There is currently no safe Radhasoami club known to myself on the internet. As of Nov. 12, 2011, I know of no safe club. You will either get Rajinder moles, or egomaniacs as ex-satsangis leading clubs. All you can do is fade into oblivion. There is absolutely no where to go for help, I am sorry to say.

Note. Agra may have a new master since RS Secret History was originally pened. I have not checked this master out and have never belonged to this group. Agra books cited are all from Maheswari's work.,

Kirpal, on the introductory page of His Jaimal book quotes a Sar Bachan Prose verse which says "The music streams from a transcendent plane within and is caught by a soldier Saint." The Indian army at that time was loaded with Sikhs, not to mention the last Sikh guru Govind Singh, had his own army, and was probably the one this verse applied too. But, when your grasping for straws, any straw will do.
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Sawan Singh was to write two extensive wills . Sawan first transferred properties to Jagat Singh in the first will and then guruship in the second will to Jagat. The first will named Kirpal as caretaker of visitors. It has been reported, but not verified, Jagat's wife jumped off the satsang Ghar in an attempted unsuccessful suicide. Jagat's son later did succeed in suicide if the report is true. At any rate, Kirpal claims Sawan somewhat secretly passed guruship to him as he lay dying, despite massive evidence the wills of Sawan were completely legitimate. Later, Kirpal was to leave a will to his son Darshan, despite reportedly saying for years guruship could not transferred by wills. It has also been reported Kirpal said no one in his family would succeed him. That Sawan would write massive wills, then pass guruship to Kirpal secretly, is rather comical and indeed absurd. Note, Jaimal claimed similar, despite Swami Ji's will and that is equally absurb. Especially since Beas records the will in their version of Sar Bachan.
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Chachaji donated the Soami Bagh Gardens to Misra and Sudarshan and Adjohia gave a great deal of money. The other members of the Council also put much money in. Court records show the Council was in debt about 20,000 rupees by about 1910. These Council members were not out to make money. They were dedicated people.
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Chachaji, remember, could not appoint a successor to himself, only the Council guru could do that. For Chachaji to do so, would be against his own Council he and Misra had set up and would defeat its purpose .
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Jaimal dies December 1903, three days after the Council issues pre ex-communication orders. Chachaji and Council had already chastised Jaimal for posing as a guru previously. These high ranking disciples of Swami Ji and Salig Ram would definitely know a fake. They obviously considered Jaimal not for real. Jaimal answered Misra and Council by stating he was 'not a sant' .
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Now Jaimal dies. Sawan and Beas people may have believed Jaimal a sant from posing as a Guru. Chachaji does not disturb this illusion, it would serve no purpose. Sawan initiated for the Council gurus and did so for at least 9 years till 1913-1917. Sawan retired on pension in 1911. He did not pretend to be a Guru during this time evidently. Bhandaras for Jaimal continued (if Beas letters can be believed), as Sawan either still believed Jaimal was a sant, or continued the pretense. Chachaji went along with this, so as not to alienate Beas from the Council. Chachaji could not go to Beas and tell all these people they had been faked out (if he didn't want to be lynched by Beas Punjabi Sikhs?)! The only reference I recall shows Chachaji bowing out of attendance and saying he might send his son Sudarshan (who he mentions probably couldn't get there in time), who had introduced Jaimal's excommunication to the Council 3 days before he died! Poor Sudarshan.
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Then Chachaji dies in 1911 and Sat Guru Bauji Devi in 1913 . Sawan starts his gradual break from the Council. The Council guru (Babuji Madhav Sinha) had not appointed Sawan a guru, nor had Chachaji, nor did Jaimal while alive . Sawan declares himself a sat guru out of thin air. Sawan says Jaimal was a sant to legitimize his escape from Council authority and try to connect directly back to Swami Ji. The Council does not resist the breakaway as they are busy with the Dayal Bagh breakaway which started in 1910. The Beas group has said in their books they had no relation to Agra or its gurus. But, we have seen a long relationship occur between Dec. 25, 1902 and 1915 appx.

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One statement made by KS that has the appearance of contradicting history itself, is the one made in Heart to Heart Talks ? Vol.2:

?The Master never passes the power to his own children ? maybe in rare cases if anybody is fit. Guru Angad had so many children; He gave it to Guru Amar Das ? and the children started their mastership at home. Similarly in other cases this happens like that.?

What he did not mention was that the fourth through sixth Sikh Gurus were ALL related. That in each case after the fourth Guru (Ramdas) the Mastership was passed on to someone who was either the son or grandson of a previous Master. Now 6 out 9 transferences is not ?rare?. (copied from a post)

Notes on Darshan Singh :

quotes by Dr. Harbhajan Singh off Unity of Man Site below

On August 26, 1974 it appeared in the newspaper: Sant Darshan Singh has been installed as spiritual successor of Sant Kirpal Singh Ji Maharaj. Sant Kirpal Singh had written a will in favour of His son.

The Sangat got annoyed and upset Reading this news, the majority of the Sangat got annoyed and all gathered in the Centre. In Sawan Ashram, Delhi, the Sangat started to shout, protesting about the immediate trick of the managing body. Meeting with various representatives I myself (Harbhajan Singh) , Ranbir Singh, Chet Singh from Chandigarh, and most of the members of the Sawan Ashram Delhi management got together for a meeting which started in the house of Gyani Bhagwan Singh. Darshan Singh was requested to come to the meeting. We asked Darshan Singh to tell honestly, if really Master had appointed him as His spiritual successor. He flatly refused and remarked that Master had not given him the power, whereas his relatives, family members and friends compelled him to work as master, and that he never would do that. It was confirmed by all who were present there that by will only worldly wealth can be transferred, but that the spirituality has ever been transferred through the eye. Due to this very reason Master left Beas. Master has written very clearly about this point in many books.

August 19, 1974 - A fake story

As per His order of July 27, I was with Master on August 19, 1974. This order of the Master was known to most of the disciples of Amritsar. I reached Delhi in the evening. I remained beside the bed of the Master throughout the night. Darshan Singh himself was sick and throughout the night neither Master asked him to come, nor did he come there. Another thing proves quite positively the falsehood. Master says, that the Master can transfer the spirituality among thousands and still it is not visible. Whereas, after six months, when Darshan Singh and his supporters were miserably hit back through their ignorance, they hit another plan to misguide the innocent children. They said, that Master had passed His spirituality through the eyes to Darshan Singh in the midnight of August 19, 1974, and that Dr. Metha witnessed the transference with his own eyes; so they thought that this way of transference of spirituality still needed a witness.

(Harbhajan Note: One time with old disciples of Baba Sawan Singh Ji in Amritsar Master said, if somebody would tell Him how the spirituality is transferred from one pole to another pole, He would sacrifice both the worlds for such a person.)

Those devoted disciples of the managing body told that since Darshan Singh had denied that the spirituality had been transferred to him by the Master, how then could he declare himself as the spiritual successor?

http://www.Unity-of-Man.org (Austria)

see link on home page

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*Kirpal Singh: "He ( Sawan) gave me his life impulse then closed his eyes, never to open them again."54 [Sat Sandesh. Feb-March 1985. p. 22] In 1955 he wrote, "The authority of giving initiation into the beyond and contacting with the Word, which he vouchsafed to me verbally on October 12, 1947, was thus completely transferred while going. The intoxication of that glance is still the life of my soul."55 [Message on the death anniversary of Hazur Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj. April 2, 1955]

Kirpal infers Sawan passed master power to him through the eyes. Problem is, who passed the master power to Sawan? Especially since Sawan admitted he was not a master when he took over Beas.

Kirpal had told his board members in America his successor would not immediately succeed him, but that his successor might appear about 25 years after his death in the West. Kirpal had told board members no one in his family would succeed him. Kirpal followers, who do believe he had a successor, say Kirpal meant no one in his spiritual family. Especially Darshan followers, whom point to the fact Darshan was initiated by Sawan Singh, not his father Kirpal. Hence, Kirpal followers were shocked when a will showed up in favor of Darshan after his death. Kirpal had denied making such a will when asked about rumors that he indeed had. The will to Darshan was evidently lost for awhile after Kirpal's death. But, surfaced shortly after. The original core Kirpal group in the USA, which publishes Kirpal books to this day, did as Kirpal had told them. They sent any excess funds from the satsang to Kirpal's closest living relative. They were told to do this 20 years after Kirpal died, by Kirpal himself. I was informed by them they sent the funds to Darshan's son, as Kirpal had requested.

These board members of Kirpal's original American group, understood mastership could not be transferred by will. They were clear that Kirpal actually meant no physical family member would succeed him and his successor would not appear for about 25 years and in the West. Kirpal had also stated in his books the son does not follow the father in mastership. So, the original Kirpal group in the USA is currently awaiting Kirpal's prediction of a successor 25 years after his death to come from the West according to what they told me.. But, this generation seems unaware of what Kirpal said. We see Darshan passing mastership by will to Rajinder, who was his son and it may have become a family business at this point. When it comes to passing money at death, the truth comes out. The problem is, if Kirpal admitted at death mastership could be transferred by will (forgetting the passing of power through the eyes baloney), that would also mean Sawan's massive wills were legitimate. Sawan's wills were so clear and so definite, they looked like Philadelpia lawyers had written them. Sawan's passing of guruship to Jagat Singh was absolutely irrefutable. Kirpal's claim of passing of power through the eyes in secret matches Jaimal's claims of similar with Swami Ji in secret. Now we have many groups coming off Kirpal's lineage. Thakar Singh, a Kirpal initiate and claimed successor, reportedly initiated Summa Ching Hai. She had spent 6 months in Thakar's New York center meditating, according to reports. Summa Ching Hai now has a massive following and is the fastest growing group, although they deny she hails from RS and use other masters as her mentors. Kirpal, also, it has been rumored, said he had taken Paul Twitchell (ECKANKAR) to Sach Kand. Twitchell had reportedly been initiated by Kirpal, but also refers to other mentors in his ministry. Rumor had it Kirpal considered Baba Meyer as a God. That one time when they met, Kirpal was given a lower seat then Baba and said it was OK, due to the fact.

It was reported in a Thakar Singh circular, by Thakar, an incident where Kirpal had gone through a serious crisis period near the end of his guruship and he had even stopped initiating personally for a time . Reports had it he was displeased his disciples were not making as much progress as he wished, nor meditating as much as they should. The rumors had it he was going to resign and pass guruship. Most people have heard of this crisis period. Now days, this is debated and official old board members might even deny it happened. Until some insider of the period appears to enlighten us on the facts, it appears a mystery.

Professor Dr. David Lane reported that in a meeting, Darshan Singh gave him a confidential message to take to his Guru Charan Singh... 'that he wished he could be the straps on his shoes'.

http://oasis-are.20m.com/darshan.html

The Misdeeds of Darshan Singh

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The largest Sant Mat Group besides the Beas Group operating today is the Science of Spirituality Mission (SOS) founded by Darshan Singh who was the physical son of Sant Kirpal Singh Ji of Delhi (1894-1974). Darshan Singh left the body in the early 1990s and handed over operation of SOS to his son, Rajinder Singh, who is functioning as the SOS guru at the present time. These SOS gurus claim to be God incarnate, "all-knowing," and have reached the highest spiritual level of attainment ("Sach Khand"). Darshan Singh proclaimed himself as the successor to Master Kirpal Singh in late August of 1974 (Kirpal Singh passed away on Aug. 21, 1974). The majority of the disciples of Master Kirpal Singh in the West rejected that claim, for very good reasons, and still do today.

First, a quote, in order to set the scene in August of 1974:

"When I arrived in Delhi I learned that one lady in Punjab, the wife of Dr. Harbhajan Singh - who goes very high in her meditation - was told by the Master on the inner planes that Darshan Singh was NOT His successor. And Master told her to have three questions put to Darshan Singh. So, a large delegation of initiates from the Punjab, from Harayana, and from Chandigarh, came to the Ashram at the time when there was supposed to be the coronation or whatever, the turban tying ceremony. And Dr. Harbhajan Singh said to Darshan Singh, "We don't accept you as the Master. I want to ask you one question. If you are a Master, if you are the Guru, can you give first hand spiritual experience to others?" Darshan Singh said that he was not capable of giving that experience, and he backed down. Finally, he abdicated and things were restored, at least 25%.

This quote is from an account of a Western disciple of Kirpal Singh who went to India for the cremation ceremonies of Kirpal in late August of 1974. When he arrived in India a few days after Kirpal had left the body, he found himself in the middle of an intense power struggle going on at Sawan Ashram, even though the ashes of Kirpal Singh had hardly cooled.

The power struggle under way was based on the claim that Darshan Singh was pushing, that he was the spiritual successor to his father, and had the right to be the next guru at Sawan Ashram. In India, the eldest physical son inherits the property of the father, and there is a "turban tying ceremony" where the son wears the father's turban, symbolizing the transfer of assets and responsibility from father to son. Darshan Singh was Kirpal Singh's eldest son. (Their family name is Duggal)

Darshan Duggal was thus in line be the recipient of the turban of his father in the worldly sense of inheriting the physical property of the father. (In India as elsewhere around the world, a will is usually drawn up for that purpose.)

But because Kirpal Singh was also the guru and Master for 100,000 initiates, there was a big problem. Such a turban tying ceremony if held in a public place such as Sawan Ashram where Kirpal regularly gave satsang might imply that Darshan was the spiritual heir to Kirpal Singh as well as the physical heir to his property.

Tai Ji, the physical attendant and cook for Kirpal Singh, vehemently opposed the idea of the turban tying ceremony taking place at Sawan Ashram (Kirpal's ashram for his mission). She felt that if it was held there and not at the private home of Darshan Singh where it belongs, that the sangat will think it has the spiritual significance of Darshan being Kirpal's spiritual successor, which she strongly believed was not the case.

It went ahead anyway, and the Darshan Singh supporters tried to install him as the guru at the turban tying ceremony. However, Dr. Harbhajan Singh stopped the process dead cold in its tracks with his pointed question, forcing Darshan's candid admission at that moment of truth -- that he was spiritually incompetent to follow in Kirpal Singh's footsteps.

The following is from Dr Harbhajan Singh in his own words, and describes the events surrounding and subsequent to the turban tying ceremony as follows:

" I myself, Ranbir Singh, Chet Singh from Chandigarh, and most of the members of the Sawan Ashram Delhi management got together for a meeting which started in the house of Gyani Bhagwan Singh. Darshan Singh was requested to come to the meeting. We asked Darshan Singh to tell honestly, if really Master had appointed him as His spiritual successor. He flatly refused and remarked that Master had not given him the power, whereas his relatives, family members and friends compelled him to work as master, and that he never would do that.

"It was confirmed by all who were present there that by will only worldly wealth can be transferred, but that the spirituality has ever been transferred through the eye. Due to this very reason Master left Beas. Master has written very clearly about this point in many books.

The turban tying ceremony on August 30, 1974:

"It is a tradition in India, when the (physical) father dies, that the eldest son ties the turban in place of his father. It means that the eldest son becomes responsible like a father. In spite of the decision all the relatives, friends and family members made a plan to tie the turban to Darshan Singh at the Bhog-ceremony on August 30, 1974 at Sawan Ashram.

Rifts in the Sangat: Darshan Singh tried to occupy the Ashram:

"Since the Master had blessed His children with right understanding Darshan Singh failed to prove his successorship by will. In spite of his promise he and his supporters were bent to obtain possession of the Ashram.

Rift in the managing body:

"Since Darshan Singh had declared his successorship, a lot of people and all his relatives supported him, being a son of the Master. The supporters of Darshan Singh made a plan to control all centers in India and abroad. With the declaration of his successorship a severe rift took place among the members of the managing body. Those devoted disciples of the managing body told that since Darshan Singh had denied that the spirituality had been transferred to him by the Master, how then could he declare himself as the spiritual successor?

Filed cases:

"The group of Darshan Singh filed a case against the residents (Tai Ji group) of the Sawan Ashram at the registrar of the societies in Delhi. They also filed cases to occupy the Amritsar Centre, the Pathankot-Centre and the Agriculture Farm at Nawanshar. They took possession of Pathankot-Centre, but they could not do that with the Amritsar-Centre and the Agriculture Farm at Nawanshar.

Hooligans in Amritsar Centre:

"They brought a lot of disciples and bad characters and forcibly entered with buses into the premises of the Ashram at Amritsar. They removed some of the pictures of the great Master and installed the pictures of Darshan Singh and started to play the tape of Darshan Singh. They put a lot of posters announcing the successorship of Darshan Singh outside the gate.

Master helped:

"Masterpower helped the Sangat, when the Sangat could not bear them doing contrary to the teaching. Moreover they started to beat the innocent disciples of the Master. The police interfered and held them guilty. As they were in hundreds, some of them got chance to run away because they were afraid of the consequences, others got discouraged and begged pardon and told me to control the Sangat and to help to find a solution. After some time they went back leaving all posters, tapes etc. they had brought with them.

Dr. Harbhajan continues: "On July 26-28, 1974 Sant Kirpal Singh Ji held the Rastrya Sant Samagam (National convocation of saints). Swami Sarvagya Muni, Swami Govinda Parkash, Swami Ved Vyasa Nand Ji and Lama Kushak Bekula and some ministers also participated in the convocation. As there was not enough place in the Ashram, the Satsang was held outside at some other place. It was very hot and Master was not in good health. Before the Satsang finished, a lot of people already came into the Ashram and sat down to get the first turn for food. The Ashram got crowded up to the outer gate, and Master could not enter into the Ashram. He had to wait nearly fifteen minutes in His car outside the Ashram in the scorching heat of the sun. Then Master came on foot.

"When He just entered the retiring room, He ordered me to bolt the door from inside. I closed the door. Master sat down and, holding both His hands on the head, He took a sigh and said, ?Better it would have been if I had gone today.? (It was the birthday of His Master.) I asked, ?Master, why do you say that? Such things have no place in our heart.? Master replied, ?Either the managing committee will live or I.? There were all in all seven members in the managing body of Ruhani Satsang, Sawan Ashram, Delhi. Master knew that all would support Darshan Singh and install him as a successor. Such experience He had during His lifetime of His Master Baba Sawan Singh Ji Maharaj.

"He nominated six more persons for the managing body and asked the managing body to submit the same in the office for the registration. Although Master reminded them many times, they did not submit the list with the registration. Master thus lost His confidence in the managing body.

Master was never interested to give His work in His family. In Satsang tapes and in monthly Magazine exists the statement of Master, ?No one of My family would succeed Me!?

More shocking Vignettes from Dr. Harbhajan Singh:

Filed cases: The group of Darshan Singh filed a case against the residents (Tai Ji group) of the Sawan Ashram at the registrar of the societies in Delhi. They also filed cases to occupy the Amritsar Centre, the Pathankot-Centre and the Agriculture Farm at Nawanshar. They took possession of Pathankot-Centre, but they could not do that with the Amritsar-Centre and the Agriculture Farm at Nawanshar.

Hooligans in Amritsar Centre:

They brought a lot of disciples and bad characters and forcibly entered with buses into the premises of the Ashram at Amritsar. They removed some of the pictures of the great Master and installed the pictures of Darshan Singh and started to play the tape of Darshan Singh. They put a lot of posters announcing the successorship of Darshan Singh outside the gate.

Master helped : Masterpower helped the Sangat, when the Sangat could not bear them doing contrary to the teaching. Moreover they started to beat the innocent disciples of the Master. The police interfered and held them guilty. As they were in hundreds, some of them got chance to run away because they were afraid of the consequences, others got discouraged and begged pardon and told me to control the Sangat and to help to find a solution. After some time they went back leaving all posters, tapes etc. they had brought with them.

Locked the Ashram:

Without our knowledge they had already filed a case against us; they got the orders from the court to lock the Ashram. The man who came to lock the Ashram said, I am an employee and I have to work in accordance with the law, but such holy places never should be locked.

Inspection was made: [Bribery]

We were able to get the orders for inspection from the government. After inspection, the official declared the group of Darshan Singh guilty, and they opened the Ashram for the dear children of the Master. (Note: Darshan Singh?s supporters came to me and offered me as much money as I would like, if I declared Darshan Singh the spiritual successor and handed over the Ashram. I asked them, From where would you bring so much money to control all centers in India Taking me into confidence, they told, that they had decided to sell some of the centers. I said to them, Rather you can have some money from me, but you must leave your bad intention to sell the spiritual heritage for want of your attachment. Simply you people are bent upon to destroy the Mission of the Master and you only want to fulfill your ideas.)

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Kirpal post on club

Yet, according to George A. Jones, Kirpal indeed misplaced his socks upon at least one occasion....Hmmm? or maybe someone took them? George was literally full of stories about Kirpals 'humanity'. He took pains to emphasize that aspect of the Master. My dad told me a story the other day....that George had told him...about Kirpal walking away from the group to the end of the room and turning around made a dramatic pause, as if he was going to say something profound......but instead cut this tremendous fart.

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From "Guru Tegh Bahadur, A Biography"

Balwant Singh Anand, 1979,
Sterling, Delhi

"It was accepted tradition of the Sikhs that each Guru had the exclusive authority and the final say in the nomination of his successor. This right could not be challenged by anyone. It was not a hereditary office; no son could claim gur-gaddi as a matter of right. Both the selection and nomination was made by the Guru; he could select his son or if it so pleased him, he could select anyone outside the family. The age of the successor was not considered of any consequence; the Guru could nominate an aged person, a young man or even a child. Each successive Guru of the Sikhs nominated his successor and once nominated, the new Guru was accepted by the followers as the Supreme religious leader and the final authority in all matters pertaining to every aspect of life.

But this does not mean that there were no other claimants to the throne or that there were no bickerings, no amity feuds, no disgruntled persons. It is sad but true that the families of the Gurus were not above power-politics; there were rivalries, feuds, bitterness and jealousy as elsewhere. When Guru Nanak nominated Guru Angad as his successor, his two sons Sri Chand and Lakhmi Das were deeply disappointed. Guru Angad's son Datu would not forgive his father for nominating Guru Amar Das and went to the extent of attacking the Guru. Bibi Bhani conspired to see that her husband (Guru) Ram Das was nominated by her father. When Guru Ram Das nominated his second son Arjun Dev as Guru, Prithi Chand became the bitterest enemy of the Guru and went to the extent of conspiring to kill his son, the future Guru Hargobind, by poison or snake bite.

Having lost all hope of becoming the Guru, he was willing to stoop to the meanest trick to have his son Meharban ascend the throne. And when Guru Hargobind nominated his grandson Har Rai (the second son of Baba Gurditta) in preference to his elder brother Dhirmal, the latter continued to conspire and fight all his life against both Guru Harkrishan and Guru Tegh Bahadur.

Moreover, when Guru Har Rai nominated his younger son, Harkrishan as the Guru in preference to his elder son Ram Rai, the latter was so infuriated that he approached Emperor Aurangzeb to dethrone his younger brother and to issue orders in his favour.

In short each Guru had to face collateral rivalry and sometimes political interference. Moreover, each succeeding Guru had to cope with the legacy of domestic and political feuds inherited from his predecessor."

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