New Hit Movie from India Exposes the Fallacy of Con Men and Women “Gurus” — Who are Disgracing Religion in the Name of God
A few months ago, I received two emails from Hindu friends and ex-JKP cult members about a new Indian movie called “OMG! – Oh My God!”
Both people said, “You have to see this movie.”
One added, “Kripalu, Prakash, they’re all in there.”
My curiosity was peaked. I had to see this movie. But it wasn’t easy to find a copy, let alone a copy with English subtitles.
Then I received another email recently with a link to the movie online — with subtitles. I immediately watched it. It was definitely an “OMG! Experience.” And I think it will be for anyone who knew Kripalu Maharaj and Prakashanand Saraswati and their minions from Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat.
For ex-devotees of these two scam artists, the movie brings home one powerful point: These two guru con men are nothing more than caricatures of fake Hindu gurus. The characters in the movie look and act exactly like them.
OMG!’s Cast of Fake Guru Caricatures
Here’s a quick overview of the cast of caricatures before you watch (and I highly suggest that you do, for yet another confirmation of the sneaky tactics of fake gurus and the gullibility of mankind to worship them). (Spoilers Alert — You might want to see the movie first to get the full shock.)
The Spoiled, Arrogant, Sneering, and Bossy “Leader” of the Pack. First, there’s the character who plays a Kripalu-like leader. Not only does the movie’s character almost exactly physically resemble Kripalu, he also mimics his behavior, including charges for things like his footprints and dancing for his blind-faith followers.
The Anger-Spewing, Constantly Consuming, Lackey Guru with a Belly. How many of us have seen Prakashanand blow his gasket? Uncountable, right? And that belly! We all know that Prakash loves his food — which had to be cooked precisely to his specifications, or else. Heaven forbid if his meals were late or not to his liking.
The Pampered and Sexually-Aware “Didies” and Female Preachers. Someone at Barsana Dham once described the female preachers’ lives as “glamorous.” Indeed, they were put on pedestals and treated like princesses. But not as much as Kripalu’s three daughters, who are all about material consumption. All of these women are also sexually charged. How many times have you seen inappropriate behavior between the fake gurus and their women? Uncountable.
The Crowd of Sheep-Like Followers. While there is a large crowd of people following the fake gurus in the movie, you barely notice them. Just like real life. JKP’s crowd of followers are nothing more than a smoke screen for the fake gurus, an important prop in creating the illusion of spiritual superiority. That’s the sole role of the crowd of followers who follow in the footsteps of Kripalu and Prakashanand.
A Pure Spiritual Message that Few Have the Ability to Hear
OMG’s spiritual message is a lot like what I came to believe on my own — after I left my fake gurus and stopped reading all man-made “spiritual texts.”
Free of any negative influences, I naturally began believing that God does not have to appear in any form, because God is already visible all around us in nature.
I related to the conclusion about guru-loving people versus God-loving people: “Faith and belief are very addictive. Once you are addicted to it, you cannot let go easily.”
That statement, in a nutshell, explains how and why so many people will always fall for spiritual con games and guru con men.
For an eye-opening experience, see this movie.
“Oh My God,” Indeed!
Note: If you have any problems with the link, go to this website: http://www.einthusan.com. Push the “Hindi” button. Type in the name of the movie in the search tab.