Yogananda and The Democratic Royals

The grandparents of Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor were married at the Self-realization Temple in Los Angeles. I read Autobiography of a Yogi at the Victorian house at 13th. street when I lived with the Loading Zone. Peter Shapiro had a copy. James Taylor kept putting information on the Indian religion by my bed in the attic. I would become a follower of Meher Baba.

When John the Baptist was eight days old a group of priests came to name him. They were observing silence. I believe they served in the Holy of Holies where not utterance was allowed lest less divine words contaminate The Voice of God’s Messengers. I believe both parents were bid to take a vow of silence after an angel appeared to Elizabeth and told her son will be filled with the Holy Spirit while in her womb.  These priests made HAND SIGNS to the child as to what name he would be called. The infant John spoke his name, then wrote his name. This told the priests THE ONE they longed for, was born. This nativity of John was wrongfully applied to Jesus in order to hide and silence the Prophecy of John – forever!

I suspect these priests were Nazarites who God ordained in order to prove His Voice dwelt in all His Children. From the ranks of the people, from even the lowest of the low, may be born a MESSENGER who can converse with the ANGELS OF THE ARK in the Holy of Holies. Today, that Democratic Voice speaks to you in regards to the Archie.

Yesterday I beheld the seal of Ambassador College at Brick Wood – America and Britain. There are two arches with two golden sheaves of wheat above him. This is a double rainbow the symbol of a New United Democracy

“This is Archie.”

This is a European boy standing between the Lion and the Lamb…..Britain and the United States. Armstrong’s KORE building and tower was meant to be a shrine to a New Day. I was not able to concentrate on saving this shrine, and Ken Kesey’s cottage due to the attack of anarchists, and my rapture-cult neighbors. These attacks, on the divine, forced me and God to dig deeper and prepare for  the Day of Truth.

Below is a video of Herbert Armstrong speaking in England at Bricket Wood. He talks about the wonderful musicians he brought to perform at the Ambassador College in Los Angeles that make people jealous. It was ordained that I met Ben Toney and that we became great friends so I could discover the connection between Armstrong and Radio London. Together they fueled the British Invasion of Britain – and the United States.

In 1967 I became a follower of Meher Baba at 13th. Street. Baba took a vow of silence. It is in this Divine Silence that we hear the sound and the voices of our Muse. It is time to make This Sound a Worldwide Religion so as to promote Sanity and Beauty on Earth! The Kingdom had come.

John ‘The Nazarite’


Meghan Markle remains estranged from her paternal family, even after the birth and christening of her and Prince Harry’s son, Archie Harrison Mountbatten-Windsor.

Thomas Markle revealed to The Daily Mail that he wasn’t invited to Archie’s private christening this weekend, though Duchess Meghan’s mother, Doria Ragland, was in attendance.

“I have been asked if I would have liked to have gone to Britain to see my new grandson being christened,” Thomas, 74, said in an interview published Sunday. “I was an altar boy at age 12, a confirmed member of the Queen’s church at age 14, and Archie is my new grandson, so of course I would have enjoyed being there for the blessing, wishing Archie and his parents health and happiness.”

The Daily Mail reports that though Thomas was raised Anglican, Duchess Meghan wasn’t baptized as a child because Ragland didn’t share Thomas’ religious beliefs. Thomas and Ragland wed at the Self-Realization Fellowship Temple in Los Angeles.

The Temple reportedly follows the teachings of guru Paramahansa Yogananda, who endorses yoga and deep breathing to achieve spiritual enlightenment.

Duchess Meghan, 37, was baptized in the Church of England before her royal wedding to Prince Harry.

According to Straight Arrow Press, in the United States the “proceeds from the January 14, 2002 reissue of George Harrison‘s 1970 song My Sweet Lord will go to the Self-Realization Fellowship, a California organization that promotes the teachings of Paramahansa Yogananda. Yogananda, who established the fellowship in 1920 spread his philosophy of yoga and meditation, is best known for his Autobiography of a Yogi.[49] He was frequently cited by Harrison as an important spiritual influence.”[50][5][1]

Ravi Shankar had met the Self-Realization Fellowship founder Yogananda in the 1930s and gave his first U.S. concert at the SRF Encinitas Retreat, Encinitas, California in 1957. On visits to Los Angeles, George Harrison would spend time at the SRF retreat in Encinitas, overlooking the Pacific Ocean, which was only three miles from Ravi Shankar’s home. The SRF organization strictly honored its members’ privacy which Harrison appreciated.[51][5][1]

Elvis Presley often visited the Self-Realization Fellowship in the late 1960s, commenting to Brother Paramananda, a monk who had left an acting career to devote his life to the fellowship, “Man, you made the right choice. People don’t know my life or that I sometimes cry myself to sleep because I don’t know God.”[52][53] 

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1 Response to Yogananda and The Democratic Royals

  1. Reblogged this on Rosamond Press and commented:

    All is not as it appears. What secrets disappeared when Springfield allowed KORE to be sold and torn down? I begged the City Manager – to save it!

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