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  1. Cat's Squirrel

    Eckankar

    I got into trouble at my org for saying that we leave the body during sleep and that dreams are our experiences in the astral planes. I still believe this but it isn't what Ron Hubbard said, which of course is what everybody goes by in the CofS. From what I've read elsewhere (not Rampa but I...
  2. Cat's Squirrel

    Eckankar

    Interesting you should say that, because Anderson was a big fan of Rampa at one point and I was told he even dedicated a song to him on his 1978 live album "Live - Bursting Out." Tony Iommi of Black Sabbath (who played with Tull at one point) was also a fan.
  3. Cat's Squirrel

    Eckankar

    One thing I really liked about Rampa's works was an answer he gave in "Candlelight" on the question of what happened when you had finished incarnating on this Earth world; "graduated" from the Earth plane in other words. According to him, one of the options was that you could move on to a world...
  4. Cat's Squirrel

    Eckankar

    I used to be a big fan of T. Lobsang Rampa and had most of his books. I too tried astral travelling but couldn't get it to work. I think the question of whether or not you think he was a liar would most likely depend on whether or not you accept, or can accept, the main plank of his story -...
  5. Cat's Squirrel

    Eckankar

    I went to an Eckankar meeting once after my first year exams at university. I didn't get the impression that it had much or indeed anything in common with Scientology; it struck me more as "New Age".
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