Thursday, September 16, 2010

Charge of WITCHCRAFT in Canada! Spiritualist Sahaj Marg(tm) Next?

Taken from various Media in Canada (Sept. 15, 2010). This is the first "witchcraft" charge in Canada in 100 years. Welcome to GLOBALISM. Another Spiritualist "gift" from the Mystical East?? I would not doubt his lawyer will equate his "craft" with spirituality...

Why not? Sahaj Marg(tm) does!! The SRCM(California-1997) mentions in their Constitution their "standards of SPIRITUALISM" (see page 14, section 11). And their lineage is also so much fantasy, made up or invented !!

Doctor S.P. Srivastava, ex-president of SRCM (Shahjahanpur-1945), in his Autobiography of Ram Chandra, the founder of SRCM and Sahaj Marg, stated that (see here for context) :

Some persons (??), physically and socially close to Revered Lalaji, had claimed to be His representative and successor, and they were trying somewhat deliberately to harm and even do away with the physical existence of Grand Master's real (appointed by whom) representative in every possible way, including the use of certain spiritual techniques.

Does this "spiritual techniques" not sound like "magic", a "spell" or "conjuring", "enchantement", etc... ?? Do your research!!

Is spiritualism (see also spirituality) also a form of witchcraft? See the definitions of the words, and ... You decide!! The more accurate word would be "occult craft" or other similar terms ... A "witch" being a Wiccan priest or priestess. The term has been demonized over the years by so-called "organized religions", who also seem to be practicing an occult "craft" and spiritualism or SPIRITISM (not all religions ... but most) ...

Are most religions really "spiritualist" and are they promoting magic and/or "witchcraft" as some claim? What is the number of the Biblical "BEAST" of John's Revelation? "666"? Is that not arrived at by using an "occult craft"? Numerology? Who is "666", the Beast?? Ask Jack Van Impe? ;-))

("666" has been used to represent someone "evil" in every TIME in Christian history ... that is the insidiousness of "apocalyptic" writing ... It is always meant for today!! Today, it could represent our human-ness made from carbon (12) (as opposed to our SPIRIT or essence): carbon has 6 protons, 6 neutrons, and 6 electrons ... and/or the atomic structure of the polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons, such as benzene, and other oil products is arranged hexagonally (6 sides) and is depicted as a hexagon with a circle inside. etc ... etc... etc...)

If spiritualism becomes a "cure for all that ails you", and if the proponents (preceptors, priests, mediums, etc...) profiteer (get paid with money, services, etc...) from the magic or "witchcraft", then it would appear to be covered by the law in Canada and be un-lawful in one part of the world ... for now!

Modern day magicians, necromancers and/or "mediums" call on the spirits of the dead for prophesy, divination, advice, etc... and these Mediums and their spirits often become "guides" in the physical world, as well as (allegedly) in their "afterlife"...

The witchcraft described in the Christian Bible also consisted of calling up the spirits of the dead. Many Christian church pastors claim that Spiritualism and Witchcraft are the same thing with "different names".

Chanelling of messages said to be from the spirits of the dead is also claimed by modern-day mediums, including Babuji, and Chari's anonymous French lady Medium who claims she is channeling the messages (Whispers from the Brighter World) from Babuji, Lalaji, Chari's mother, Chari's wife, the "beings of light"??, and other "anonymous" elevated souls.

From CBC News, Toronto

Police in Brampton, Ont., say they have charged a man with fraud for pretending to practise witchcraft.
Investigators allege the suspect was taking money for witchcraft-related services at his home.
Yogendra Pathak, 44, of Brampton has been charged with fraud under $5,000 and pretending to practise witchcraft.
Section 365 of Canada's Criminal Code outlaws "pretending to practise witchcraft, etc.," as one of the offences that deal with false pretences.
Pathak is due in court Oct 7.

Read more:

The law against 'pretending to practise witchcraft'
Everyone who fraudulently:
(a) pretends to exercise or to use any kind of witchcraft, sorcery, enchantment or conjuration,
(b) undertakes, for a consideration, to tell fortunes, or
(c) pretends from his skill in or knowledge of an occult or crafty science to discover where or in what manner anything that is supposed to have been stolen or lost may be found,
is guilty of an offence punishable on summary conviction.
(Source: Section 365 of Canada's Criminal Code )

See also More article in Media: (photo)
Digital Journal

See also (on this blog) :

Freedom from Sahaj Marg on Guru's Feet (see poster RAJAvsraj for his posts on Magic)
Worshipping False Gods (a Testimonial)
Exchange with Yogesh Patak on Wikipedia (Discussion page for Sahaj Marg)

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