"The emancipation of the human race is the objective of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi."
Dear Kyaan and All,
You have asked questions that neither Alan Wherry can answer nor is interested. Some time back i told a SY that these guys are getting into a money-making venture. At that time little was known but now it has become obvious, given the devious nature of Alan's email to use"The emancipation of the human race is the objective of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi"to rally SYs to 'sell' the book.
Let's not forget that this is now a repetitive campaign that hints of previous failures. Alan wants naive SYs to again believe that by selling fiction we can attract seekers to the Truth (just as by protecting the public from the truth about Shri Mataji we can slowly brace them to face it eventually). So what's better than now con- vincing young SYs that just like Shri Mataji, they will be emancipating the human race? ................ with fantasy instead of the plain truth!
This is another interesting point made by Alan:
"We know that books work for us. For example, in Australia, a number of people have come to Sahaja Yoga after buying copies of the Penguin edition of The Third Advent in bookshops."
If that is the case why not allow the free distribution of The Advent so that many more people will know the truth and join Sahaja Yoga? Why is it still necessary that the Truth be sold for a profit instead of freely given in compassion and concern for the emancipation of the human race? Hasn't Grégoire made enough from the Third Advent? Given the empty halls promoting Sahaja Yoga, shouldn't our concern be to slow down and reverse the ever-increasing failure to attract seekers?
And how many of the 300+ Australian SYs joined Sahaja Yoga after reading the Third Advent? i just wanted to minus them from those joining after attending Shri Mataji's/SYs public programs over more than 20 years. There must have been hundreds of such programs since the 80s. Any data will show a dismal failure at best.
This is a claim only Alan can make the naive to believe:
"Many yogis who have read the book, recognise in it, a unique opportunity to get the message of Sahaja Yoga across to the millions of seekers across the world."
If SYs are that confident then, instead of getting millions to read the message of Sahaja Yoga encrypted in The Legend of Dagad Trikon, why not allow tens of millions to embrace it through free availability? Are we in the business of selling salvation?
And even if this desperate, wishful thinking comes true what, may i ask, is the message of Sahaja Yoga? Is it going to be about the common subtle system and self-realization by a meditation teacher, Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi? If SYs are going to claim anything more, similar to that of The Legend of Dagad Trikon, what is it and, of far more importance, where is the evidence?
As i said before this stubborn, dying camel will ultimately have to drink from the fountain of truth. Alan's desperate email is but a sign that the death throes have begun: "If each of us were to send such an email, we would get the message to over 6,000 people, and with God's blessing, our little snowball of love could become an avalanche."Alan Wherry, a WCASY member has the audacity and daring to put falsehood into God's mouth, claiming that He will bless those who proclaim fiction instead of Truth. And SYs can believe such utter nonsense and blasphemy!!???
i was actually shocked into silence by Alan Wherry's claim and the glaring absence of conscience amongst WCASY members. That is why it took me a few days to respond. It is now without question a council which has become"A cabal of mutual back-scratching, self-serving and self-aggrandizing interlopers." Those SYs empowering them will be doing so at peril to their own self-realization and moksa. You have no idea what is at stake when WCASY members begin convincing you that fiction will emancipate humanity, and God is on their side blessing all those who help sell fantasy!
You can almost smell the stench of this frightening satanic lie!
Jai Shri Ganapathi,
—- In email@example.com," v_koa"
> Thank you Violet,
> I should say that i don't find anything wrong with using creativity
> of the divine or in general to produce a great novel, which i am
> sure this novel is. I remember seeing it in the Ashram and it looked
> really interesting. But i do agree with Violet and Chandra when they
> say that someone in the position of Alan Wherry and Grégoire de
> Kalbermatten should be using that position and opportunity to tell
> all the nations of Shri Mataji's Divine message and who she is. With
> all the money and time that went into writing the book, getting it
> published and having a nice book cover etc, a mass media onslaught
> could have been formulated and implemented instead to fulfill
> priorities of something much greater then simple entertainment;
> rather an effective spread of the Divine message and meaning of SY
> to the world at large.
> I mean instead of compiling a novel or a book of treatments, why not
> compile a book about Shri Mataji's divine message, who she is, all
> the proof of who she is with scriptural backing etc, and put that out
> on the market.(I hope Jagbir's book, who has done all that
> eventually is put out. Can you imagine?) I bet then many more people
> would take notice and read it that were not SY. I mean how many
> people buy books of false gurus because they are well publicised and
> considered credible(when we have the real deal and everyone else
> should as well, but we dont promote the truth that would make mother
> well publicised)?
> Of course only SY's are going to buy this book because no one but
> SY's know who Grégoire de Kalbermatten is or who Shri Mataji is, and
> for that matter even SY don't all know who Shri Mataji is or if they
> do, the proof to back that.
> Violet was right, our priorities have to change and no one but SY
> yogis will buy anything from SY unless the world at large is made to
> know of SY in its entire truth, so it stands out as truth from the
> 1001 other yoga schools claiming divine teachers. Shri Mataji and
> her teachings are not just for SY or people who become part of SY,
> but for the whole world- SY's or not. Until the mind set changes
> where we stop focusing so much on SY and those in it, and turn our
> attention outwards to other people, and not with the motive
> of"converting people"but instead of giving them the knowledge and
> experience they are entitled to by birth right, SY the organization
> and anything from it will pass unnoticed and uncared for by anyone
> else. Why? Well because it has no relevance to anyone else but SY's.
> —- In firstname.lastname@example.org," Violet"
> > —- In email@example.com," my2 pai"
> > wrote:
> >"Appended below is a copy of an email recently circulated by Alan
> > Wherry. He starts by stating: "The emancipation of the human race is
> > the objective of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. How can we contribute,
> > play a bigger part in this?"
> > Dear Chandra, Kyyan and All,
> > i agree with Chandra that Alan could, in his own words: "contribute,
> > play a bigger part in this.".. if he promoted http://ww.adishakti.org/
> > and http://www.al-qiyamah.org/ .......which i believe are the only public
> > websites that openly promote Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi up front for
> > Who She really is!
> > These websites in fact reveal the astounding truth that Shri
> > Mataji is not just some meditation teacher (as Alan and others
> > prefer to portray Shri Mataji to the public as), but that She
> > is"Much More!"She is actually promoted as the Incarnation of the
> > Adi Shakti of the Hindus, the Holy Spirit of the Christians, the Ruh
> > of Allah of the Muslims, the Shekinah of Judaism, the Aykaa Mayee of
> > the Sikhs, the Maitreya of Buddhists, and the Great Mother of
> > Taoists!
> > i don't know of any Official Public Sahaja Yoga Websites where She
> > is promoted up front like this (though i would sincerely like to be
> > wrong on that account.) The abovementioned websites also give a
> > vast array of detailed knowledge, ranging from the mundane to the
> > Divine. In short, they are"Absolute gems"And future generations
> > of Sahaja Yogis (who will be more spiritually aware) will be amazed
> > at the spiritual shortsightedness of WCASY & Co. ... i am sure of that!
> > As stated, these two websites are"Absolute gems"And yet Alan
> > just cannot bring himself to accept these websites for his own
> > undisclosed reasons, but instead actively campaigns amongst SY's
> > against these websites.
> > So... i hope Sahaja Yogis will just disregard Alan's shortsighted
> > spiritual views (which are also instituted in the World Council of
> > Sahaja Yoga) and i hope that all Sahaja Yogis will come to realise
> > just how mean-minded the 'Sahaj Cabal' (of which Alan is a member
> > of) really are against those whose only desire is to promote Shri
> > Mataji for Who She Really Is, and they do this with no fear, and
> > with all courage and determination... if you please! There is
> > no 'wishy-washy' attempt at truth. The Truth is there for all to
> > see! And they have no need to rely on a book of fiction to state the
> > facts, either!
> > (That said, i am sure the book must be great; i would not mind
> > reading it, however, 'so-called leaders' who do not show signs of
> > the enlightenment they are purported to have, just have their
> > priorities wrong, that's all!)
> > violet
—- In firstname.lastname@example.org," v_koa"
> Dear All,
> Why is it so not obvious to Alan or anyone else that A book is not
> going to do anything to promote SY? I mean fiction is fiction, but
> there is so much of it out there in the real world masquerading
> as truth, that I don't think compiling it into a book, however well
> written and however many gems of truth are cleverly embedded in
> the plot and characters are going to cause people to know about
> these End Time, Shri Mataji and what is really going on in 2006.
> People may read the book but then what? Do they have their
> realization? DO they know what it is? DO they know who Shri Mataji
> is or that she even exists? DO they know that these are the end
> times and that we better clean up our acts and get our heads
> right? Or do they instead know of a mythical world that resembles
> our own, but at the end of the book everything goes right, book
> closed, and the impending doom in the real world still exists
> despite an escape from it?
> I don't know....
—- In email@example.com," my2 pai"
Appended below is a copy of an email recently circulated by Alan Wherry.
He starts by stating: "The emancipation of the human race is the objective of Shri Mataji Nirmala Devi. How can we contribute, play a bigger part in this?"The answer to the question comes two sentences later: "Please help spread the message of Sahaja Yoga by taking ten minutes to send an email to twenty friends, Sahaja and non Sahaja alike, recommending them to read The Legend of Dagad Trikon and to visit the website www.dagadtrikon.com. If each of us were to send such an email, we would get the message to over 6,000 people, and with God's blessing, our little snowball of love could become an avalanche."
It takes quite a stretch of the imagination indeed to arrive at the premise that a work of fiction is going to be the answer to Shri Mataji's desire for the emancipation of the human race. Alan Wherry would do better to promote adishakti.org which is about the proclamation of Shri Mataji's Divine Message, about the direct, in- your-face extollation of the Advent of Shri Adi Shakti to a public that is starving for Divine knowledge and enlightenment. The seeking public most certainly have not been waiting with bated breath to lay their hands on a self-indulgent allegory, a phantasy replete with all its philosophical niceties.
The lack of enthusiasm on the part of the public is very much in evidence here to the extent that this member of the world council has to peddle this book yet again to the Sahaja Yogis. It is quite obvious that what Alan Wherry is trying to do is to promote the commercial success of the book written by a fellow 'world leader' to an apparently captive market of Sahaja Yogis. The shambolic logic behind this effort is that the success of the book is going to bring about the emancipation of the human race, something which Shri Mataji Herself has been striving to to for for over thirty years with quite limited success.
Do the members of the world council of Sahaja Yoga seriously think that this book will be a balm for the existential angst of this modern age, an unguent for the spiritual confusion of these end times? It is a preposterous proposition indeed, but such is the incongruity of Sahaja Yoga's highest council, a council which has more probably become a cabal of mutual back-scratching, self-serving and self-aggrandizing interlopers.
Date: Fri, 25 Aug 2006 14:26:34 -0400
From: Alan Wherry
Subject: In the latter days, man has to conquer his greatest enemy - himself
To: Alan Wherry < alanwherry@...>
Dear Brothers and Sisters
I am writing to ask for your help again, but please consider
this. The emancipation of the human race is the objective of Shri
Mataji Nirmala Devi.
How can we contribute, play a bigger part in this?
We know that books work for us. For example, in Australia, a
number of people have come to Sahaja Yoga after buying copies of
the Penguin edition of The Third Advent in bookshops.
Please help spread the message of Sahaja Yoga by taking ten
minutes to send an email to twenty friends, Sahaja and non Sahaja
alike, recommending them to read The Legend of Dagad Trikon and
to visit the website www.dagadtrikon.com . If each of us were to
send such an email, we would get the message to over 6,000
people, and with God's blessing, our little snowball of love
could become an avalanche.
Here's what one non Sahaja Yogis said:
"I'm hooked... this book reminds me of The Da Vinci Code, but much
Claire Scobie, author of Last Seen in Lhasa.
It is probably best to speak from the heart and send a message in
your own words, but if it is useful, a suggested framework for
such an email is shown below.
Warmest regards and much love
"It takes imagination to escape the scaffolding with which reason imprisons our minds."
The Legend of Dagad Trikon
I have just heard of/read a fascinating new novel called The Legend of Dagad Trikon by Grégoire de Kalbermatten. It is not available in bookshops, only from the website www.dagadtrikon.com Many people recognize its unique qualities. One reader said," I'm hooked... this book reminds me of The Da Vinci Code, but much better written."
Subject: FW: promoting The Legend of Dagad Trikon
Date: Fri, 14 Jul 2006 15:22:07 +0200
Novel by Gregoire
Dear Brothers & Sisters
I am writing to ask again for your help. Just over three months ago,
copies of The Legend of Dagad Trikon were received from the
printers, and since then sales have been quite good, but,
unsurprisingly, most sales have been to Sahaja Yogis.
Also, the website is receiving between 50 and 200 visits per day and
it is possible to determine that most of the visits are by Sahaja
Yogis from the phrases and keywords they enter in the Search Engine
like Google and Yahoo.
Unfortunately, so far, every attempt, bar one, to get interest from
newspapers and magazines, has drawn a blank. This is not too much of
a surprise, because the media tend to cover books from the
publishers they know and recognise, the ones they receive free books
from every month and deal with regularly —"you scratch my back,
I'll scratch yours." I am keeping at them, and of course, hope for a
We know that when non SY readers get the book, they enjoy it
enormously. Here's two examples:
"I have been reading The Legend of Dagad Trikon in my spare time.
Its hard to put down, but alas work calls and I jump. Beats the hell
out of the da Vinci Code (I mean that literally, that daemon needs
to be exorcised)."
Tom McAvity, New Brunswick, Canada
"I'm hooked... I've read the first chapter of Dagad Trikon (what a
name, is it an anagram?) and now I want to read the whole thing. It
reminds me of the Da Vinci Code, but much better written, very
compelling. I'll order it from your website..."
Claire Scobie, author Last Seen in Lhasa, published June 2006, Rider
Many yogis who have read the book, recognise in it, a unique
opportunity to get the message of Sahaja Yoga across to the millions
of seekers across the world. We can do this, initially without the
help of the mainstream media, if enough yogis can be persuaded to
email people they know, yogis and non-yogis alike, and tell them
about the book and the website and secondly, to mention the book and
the website on blogs, on sites such as MySpace.com and whenever the
Therefore I earnestly request you to go through your email address
list, and send this message as it is, to as many yogi friends as
possible, and with your non SY friends, please send a message on the
lines of the following. Your help and support is much appreciated.
Please check out this great website,
The Legend of Dagad Trikon by Grégoire de Kalbermatten is an amazing
novel, which as you will see, is quite unique. There are a number of
fascinating photos on the site, and ten pieces of music for
download. It's published by a friend of mine, Alan Wherry, who's
first book published sold nearly two million copies back in 1981. He
thinks this one can do the same, and it is only available at the
moment from the website.
Oh, and by the way, do pass this message on please, if you can.
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