Friday, July 29, 2016

Beware Meetup.com Members! — My Ex-Cult is Disguising Their True Motives by Creating “Spiritual Meetup Groups”


We already know that different branches of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat have been working to create fake fa├žades of being “yoga” organizations for the sole purpose of deceptively attracting new members who are interested in yoga. This despite the fact that JKP never was and still is not a yoga organization.

It is an organization dedicated to one and only one purpose — enticing humans to worship the accused rapist and serial sex abuser Kripalu Maharaj (aka Ram Tripathi). They do this under the guise of him being an “incarnation” of Radha Krishna, despite the fact that he studied under a tantric yogi in Chittrakut. But then he realized he could lure more innocent women and children into sex by pretending to be Krishna and telling them they were gopis.

Well, JKP “preachers” have a new scheme underway, which I just discovered this week. They are using an online meeting website as a way for JKP preachers to try and lure in new unsuspecting warm bodies and cash. On the Meetup.com website, people create all kinds of groups of like-minded people to engage in activities they’re all interested in, such as volleyball, art events, bicycling, and marketing.

These groups are not meant to be self-promotional, moneymaking enterprises. In fact, it is strictly forbidden to start a group that is “created for the sole purpose of soliciting or promoting a business, service, brand, product, or venue.”

Further, Meetup says:

·      It’s strictly forbidden to hide your intentions. Meetup policies include being honest with your “intentions” and “affiliations.” Well, we all know what JKP’s intentions are.

·      Groups must be “aligned with Meetup’s goal of building supportive and lasting group connections that foster shared community-building.”

·      Disguising Meetup group or event intentions, setting false expectations, or purposefully omitting pertinent information is misleading and prohibited.

·      Meetup groups that are primarily intended to promote or sell, rather than build member-to-member connections, are not allowed.

Radha Madhav Dham’s New Meetup Group

JKP’s Radha Madhav Dham in Austin, Texas, just launched a new group on July18, 2016. Its first “meetup” is for July 31, 2016. It is an event running from 9 am to 4:30 pm titled “Gain Peace, Now.” It’s $27 in advance and $99 at the door.

Does this sound like a community-building event or a moneymaking scheme to you?


Siddheshwari Devi’s Dark Past

Then, just yesterday in the Austin Chronicle, I found an advertisement for the exact same event. It’s headed up by one of Kripalu’s preachers, Siddheshwari Devi. This is a woman who admitted to one of her former groups that she “had sex with Kripalu” and was also accused of having sex with followers. She was even impregnated by one of them. She claimed she was a sex addict. These events are well documented by her former people. I would be happy to share the documents with anyone who is interested.

Is this someone you want to entrust your pure soul to?


Another Sketchy Past

Further, Siddheshwari is accompanied by a long-time devotee of both Kripalu and the convicted child sex offender, Swami Prakashanand Saraswati (founder of the Radha Madhav Dham ashram), “Vrinda Devi” (aka Jenifer Deutsch).

This woman helped Prakashanand escape after he was convicted on 20 counts of child sex abuse in a Texas courtroom. The U.S. Marshals have records of her taking repeated trips to one of Prakashanand’s hideouts in Mexico, until he eventually escaped by merchant ship to India. Legally, this is called “aiding and abetting an escaped felon.” These points are well documented. I would be happy to share the document with anyone who is interested.

Report JKP's Bogus Meetup Groups

Regarding JKP preachers’ infiltration of Meetup, I did some further research and found some other groups. I have contacted Meetup to let the company know these groups are violating the site’s terms of agreement.

I feel certain there are other JKP-founded Meetup groups on there, as well. If you are concerned, please check in your area for any of these groups and notify the company. It’s very easy to do. Here’s how you report a group:

1.     When you are on the page of a particular group, click on the “More” link in the navigation.
2.     Choose the reason you are reporting the group, such as, “The focus is not on community.”
3.     You will then be given a chance to explain why you are concerned. Keep your message short, because you only have a certain number of characters.  

I’m sharing this information for the purpose of informing people who may be fooled by JKP’s covert marketing activities. It’s what I would have wanted others to do for me when I was an innocent spiritual seeker looking for a pure spiritual group. But I found myself lured into JKP’s trap and ended up following two orange-clad conmen to the darkest reaches of maya.

Stay Safe from "Spiritual" Con Games


Stay safe out there everyone. People, like my former cult’s members, with sketchy intentions are hiding behind glossy exteriors and trying to lure you into their “spiritual” con games. 

Monday, July 4, 2016

See No Evil. Hear No Evil. Speak No Evil in Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat — Or Else! — An Open Letter to Loved Ones of Young Women Trapped in the JKP Sex Cult


Dear Family Members, and Friends of Young Women Living in One of JKP’s Many Ashram,

Have you ever asked your daughter, niece, sister, or friend if she had any sexual interaction with Kripalu Maharaj or any of the men high up in Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat?

If you did ask, what response did you get? Was it a short, blunt, and dismissive “no”? Or was it a rude or mean response? Or was their response even abusive to you?

If so, I know why.

I recently learned from reliable sources that all of the girls at all of JKP’s ashrams are lectured nearly daily to keep their mouths’ shut. The lectures are given by female preachers, women high up in the organization, and even the three “didis” themselves.

What is drilled into their brains is the following:
• Never tell anyone about the sexual experiences you had with Kripalu
• If anyone asks you about it, deny everything
• If they pressure you, get angry with them or even abusive, if necessary

They are told that the sexual experiences they chose to engage in or were forced to engage in were all “divine grace.” And if they tell anyone they will “lose the grace” and “go to hell.” (Of course, they also know that their reputations could be ruined in traditional Indian culture.)

These are very powerful reasons for women, especially young women, to “speak no evil.” As a result, you are not getting honest answers.

As a loving relative or friend, it’s your job to persist. You have to realize that their silence, denials, or abuses are being forced on them. You must also be willing to “hear about the evil.” Do not take their lies for the truth. Instead, tell them you already know they did have sex with Kripalu, and that you still love them and want to help them get out of the continued abuse any way possible. Other women and girls have left. They can, too. But they need your love, understanding, and support. Be gentle. Please do not further abuse them. JKP has already done plenty of that.

You may ask yourself, why? Why is JKP, a supposedly spiritual organization, forcing your loved ones to lie to you?

First, you should know that the daily lectures given to the young girls living there are under the instructions of Kripalu’s three daughters, called “the didis.” They are Vishakha, Krishna, and Shyama Tripathi. Some say they are divine beings. They are not. They are material and greedy -- just like their dad.

They have A LOT to lose if young girls start speaking out about the sex abuses they experienced there. Here’s what they could lose:

Their “divine” image. Long ago, Kripalu created a fake “divine” world and family. He used this fake world to con millions of people over the years — all for sex, money, andpower, and because he is pure evil. It’s the three daughters’ goal to keep this con game running for the rest of their lives.
Their money. If the truth was ever known, the authorities could shut down the organization and give the victims the money. Also, gullible donors many stop giving them their life savings. Like their father, the didis love money and power.
Their freedom. They could be arrested for aiding and abetting a child rapist. Just as Asaram Bapu’s family members were arrested for helping him rape young girls, so too could they land in jail, because they helped, as did many many other women in the ashrams — even mothers and grandmothers. In fact, they are living in fear of this very real threat hangs over them like the Sword of Damocles.

If you have a loved one in JKP, please be fully aware of the behind-the-scenes torment they are living in every single day. Even if they seem to want to stay, they just think they do, because they are severely brainwashed. They may also be ashamed of what they did. It may be comforting for them to be around other victims. However, in the long run, they will be much happier out of the clutches of an evil cult. I just spent three days with people who have left cults and they all are so happy to be out of the clutches of one.

You should also know that just because Kripalu is dead, does not mean the sex abuse has ended. There are plenty of men — preachers, family members, and followers — who are more than willing to continue “gracing” the girls and young women. After all, JKP is and has always been a sex cult. Kripalu’s guru was a tantric yogi in Chitrakoot. Kripalu took all of the teachings of the dark arts and combined it with a sick sex addict. Then he wrecked havoc on millions of lives during his lifetime on this earth. Now his people are following in his evil footsteps.

All my best to you and your beloved family and friends trapped in JKP’s lies! I sincerely hope you and God set them free.