Monday, May 10, 2021

Update on COVID-19 in JKP — People in JKP are Suffering and Dying Thanks to the Cult's Greed

This is an update to my story about how the greedy three so-called "Divine Didis" (three daughters of Kripalu Maharaj of Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat) created a humanitarian disaster in the JKP ashrams — with many infected with the coronavirus and many sick and many dying. 

Here is what my source has reported (all of this is information that JKP does NOT want you to know — they are working hard to hide the truth):

Initially, 105 people were found to be corona positive while the function was going on in Mangarh. After that they immediately told the people to evacuate the ashram.

 

At that time, Maharastra state was the most infected in India, and hundreds of people who came to the event were from Maharastra state.

 

After returning home from ashram, four people died in Odisha, and 50 more people died in other states of India due to the coronavirus.

 

The head of Shayama Shyama Dham in Vrindavan, named Suman, died in this week.

 

40 people in Mangarh are in quarantine now. 

 

Every day in JKP ashrams 3 to 4 more people are testing positive for COVID-19. Everyone is scared out of their minds. 

 

Almost 80% of the people in JKP ashrams are suffering from the symptoms like high fever, cold, and cough. They are being kept inside the ashram and are not allowed to see outside doctors.

 

In the Odisha ashram 10 people are positive. This week 10 people died of COVID-19 in different districts of Odisha — all of them attended that function in Mangarh.

 

The preacher named Brajeshwari also died of COVID-19. 

 

Both of the main assistants of Braj Chakori, named Namdev and Bhagirathi, are coronavirus positive, along with 8 other people in Odisha ashram.

 

The hospitals in the ashram are not giving people any kind of reports after testing their blood or nasal swaps out of fear that outsiders may find out details. They are not reporting the sick and dying. Devotees are just being told to lock themselves in their rooms.

 

Among all of the pain and suffering and death, guess what the three pseudo-divine daughters of Kripalu are up to? — they have fled from Mangrah to Vrindavan to hide out!!

 

Please help share the truth:


If you have any information that I can add to this developing story, please let me know. 


Also, I'm particularly interested to find out if devotees from the USA attended the event in India in mid-March. And, if they did, how many brought COVID-19 back with them to America? How many are sick? How many died?


This is all such very sad news for the devotees — they are delusional, but they in the grip of greedy and evil JKP overlords. They should know better, but they don't.


Please protect yourself during this nightmarish crisis that JKP has created in all of its ashrams. 

 

Graph — updated image of the rapid explosion of COVID-19 cases in India. You can clearly see that cases began to spike straight upwards at the beginning of March. The 3 Didis had plenty of time to cancel the event — it was just another building opening. In fact, cases per day in India were 12,286. They more than doubled by March 12th, the day just before the event to 24,882. The governing body in India had already cancelled large gatherings at that point. But JKP didn't cancel, because they knew they would make millions of dollars off of the devotees. I hope it was worth it to them to make their followers sick and to kill them!

 

 




Saturday, May 1, 2021

How Many People Did JKP Kill This Time? We Don’t Know, Because Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat is on Lockdown — of the Truth

More Proof that JKP Does Not Care About You – Only Your Money  

How many people have died in the past one and a half months since Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat held a three-day Super Spreader Event in Manghar, India, that attracted thousands (14,000!) of people from around the world — including the U.S., Canada, and Europe. 

We know that hundreds got sick, and many died right away after the event, held March 13th to 15th, 2021. We know this because Balkrishna, Kripalu's younger son, didn’t get the internal memo that they weren’t supposed to tell anyone. He told many people. 

But as India descended into a nightmare that news media are calling “a humanitarian disaster” and “Dante’s Inferno” (due to all of the dead bodies burning across India), JKP locked their gates and their lips, and went dark. Everyone inside the organization’s ashrams is forbidden to speak to anyone on the outside. Why? Because JKP doesn’t want the world to know how many people they killed this time. 

Meanwhile, hundreds of thousands of Indian citizens have no vaccines, no medicine, no hospital beds, and no oxygen. They are suffering and dying. There isn’t even enough wood for the 24/7 fires burning for the dead. (Think about how much JKP could help humanity, their own countrymen, with its billions of dollars during this crisis — instead of making it worse.) 

Didis Claim to Be Divine Beings — But Act Like Raakshas  

How does it look to claim that you’re divine, to say that when you enter a JKP ashram you are entering Radha Krishna’s divine abode on earth — and then you get sicker than you’ve ever been in your life from a horrifying worldwide virus, where people are dying a painful, agonizing death? Sounds more like hell than heaven to me. A hell run by literal demons. 

Hell is what the recent (illegal) event turned out to be — all just so that people could witness the inauguration of yet another building owned by JKP. This one is called Guru Dham (Jagadguruttam Mandir). How many buildings does JKP need exactly? 

Also, people went to see the sick and possibly dying Bharti Didi one last time. (More on this in an upcoming post.) 

Why did this happen? There are three reasons — all bad.  

1 — JKP is greedy. 

I’ve said it 100 times. ALL JKP cares about is getting as much of your money as they can possibly get their money-grubbing hands on. (Okay, they cared about bring women and underage girls to Kripalu, Prakashanand, and male preachers, too.) Their real business is extracting and hoarding massive amounts of tax-free cash from their followers. And if this selfish Super Spreader Disaster doesn’t convince people, then they can’t handle the truth. 

Every single event held in any JKP venue is a money-making cash grab. Maybe you don’t pay for your room (tiny, hot, crowded) or food (cheap), but you do pay for every single activity — from watching them eat to participating in a parade. And we’re not talking a few rupees. For foreigners, we’re talking hundreds and thousands of dollars. (Cash only, please!)  

2 — JKP followers are blind.  

Who in the world makes the conscious decision to travel across the country or around the world during a worldwide pandemic? That alone reveals the mental state of the people who traveled to JKP’s March 2021 Super Spreader Cash Grab. 

Did these people think they were inoculated because their “guru” is the “supreme guru”? Or were they harassed by the three Didis or local preachers telling them they MUST come? Or are they just completely without an independent brain cell functioning in their head? Shame on you, if you went to this “humanitarian disaster.” And you say you love God? I say you are utterly selfish. 

The followers who threw common sense precautions to the wind and traveled to Manghar for the three-day Super Spreader Cash Grab remind me of a person I saw on the U.S. news just as COVID-19 was expanding in the U.S. last year. A woman was driving into a church parking lot and a reporter asked the conservative Christian (evangelical) why she was going to a church event during a pandemic. The woman screamed at him several times: “I’m safe because I’m bathed in the blood of Jesus.” 

I ask you, do JKP followers have a similar mantra? Are they bathed in the ______ (insert appropriate word here) of Kripalu Maharaj?  

3 — JKP doesn’t care about you. 

The following excerpt from an India news report confirms that JKP does not care about people, including its followers. 

“Started on March 13 at Manghar, the event was organized by Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat with more than 14,000 devotees attending the meeting and flouting all Covid norms, despite the strict directives given by Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath to avoid public gathering with the danger of the state entering the second wave of coronavirus. 

“As per sources, Covid protocols like wearing of masks, social distancing, temperature checking, and using of hand sanitizers were being blatantly ignored at the Ashram, resulting in thousands of people getting vulnerable to coronavirus.  

“Devotees who have been tested positive for the virus have not been given any health assistance and have been asked to leave the temple premises.” 

I was told by my source that the number who got sick and died right away after going to Manghar didn’t make it into the news, because JKP paid off the government and media to keep it quiet. (Just like they did hundreds of other times, including the rape case in Trinidad and Tobago.) 

This reminds me of the time there was a stampeded at a Manghar event several years ago where hundreds died and were injured. What did Kripalu and his daughters do? They got out of there fast — sneaking out of the ashram in their expensive cars, and leaving the devotees to clean up the mess, including lying about the number of people who died. 

How many people does JKP have to kill for their followers to open their eyes and face the truth? 

Everyone Should Known Better 

I don’t know about you, but I wouldn’t fly across the U.S. right now, let alone around the world during a worldwide pandemic — with worse forms of Covid-19 emerging all of the time. 

Some people might forgive the organization and its followers for killing more people during a worldwide pandemic, saying something to the effect, “Well, India was doing well for so long. Better than the U.S. Daily cases were dropping.” 

That’s true. However, on 12 February 2021, everything changed. Dramatically. Daily cases of Covid-19 began to rise across India. First slowly. Then more rapidly. Then just before the event, all hell broke loose — and the daily numbers spiked sharply, shooting straight up like a rocket in early March 2021 (see graph below). In one day, the number of people who got sick with coronavirus in India reached 200,000. I remember hearing about it on the U.S. news. Even the U.S. reporter being shocked. (It’s now up to 400,000 a day.)

In late February and early March, the India government put in place very strict rules regarding social distancing and masks, and banning public gatherings. Another rule required people coming into India from other countries to quarantine for two weeks before mingling with other people. How many of the JKP devotees do you think did that? My guess is precisely zero! 

All this is to say that JKP should have canceled the event. There was plenty of time to see that the situation in the country was getting worse. If they truly cared about people, instead of callously only thinking about the piles of money they wanted to get their grubby hands on, people’s health and lives could have been saved. 

Regarding their unquenchable greed, it should be noted that I reported over one decade ago the three Didis had already horded over $1 billion U.S. dollars in a “complex network of India-based trusts.” I don’t even know how much more they’ve stockpiled since then. 

How much money to they need exactly? How much will be enough to satiate their lust for cold hard cash? After all, all the money in the world isn’t going to keep Vishakha (Bhardi Didi) from dying of cancer or heart failure or liver disease — if she doesn’t die of Covid-19 first? (More on her condition soon. And I’ve got another story coming on the current status of the so-called "divine family.”) 

Below are two images from the tragic Super Spreader Cash Grab Event held for JKP in Manghar on March 13th to 15th, 2021 — where over 100 people got sick and many died right away, as well as untold numbers since then. Mind you, these are JKP's own PR photos, used here for education purposes. They want brag about the crowd that attended. They have no shame.

You can also watch this video and see how people weren't even being good about properly wearing masks.

One image is of the website of the JKP ashram in Austin, Texas, which has been closed to the public since early last year. I wonder how many people from Radha Madhav Dham went to the Super Spreader Event in Manghar. Did they bring the new version of the virus back to Texas with them? How many got sick? How many died? 

If you know more information on this story and the Covid Cult, please let me know and I’ll share it with everyone. Unlike JKP, I actually care about people and their well-being.  

UPDATE: As if everything I've shared isn't enough, I also found out that JKP closed down all of its hospitals and kicked out the patients and sick people. What kind of "hospital" does that? They are supposed to be treating people who have no other medical options. This is a time when India is out of hospital beds. But all JKP people care about it themselves. Here's what I know: The hospitals were built just for PR, so they could pretend to be do-gooders. If you believe that, you've been conned. 





Thursday, November 16, 2017

One Woman Tells Her Story of Being Groomed as a Child to Have Sex With Kripalu Maharaji

I just hit publish on an explosive first-hand story about a young woman groomed for years to become one of many of Kripalu Maharaji's many sex toys in his 60-year career as a fake guru running a secret sex factory.

Just before I hit published, I found out that this is the anniversary of Kripalu's death. I was shaking when I hit publish, because I realized that this is yet another example, among many, where Radha Krishna directly guided my mission to expose this evil twisted sex cult to the world.

Please read Karishma's story in the spirit in which she wrote it — to be an opportunity to help prevent other people from being caught in the snare of this cult and to help other young girls who were sexually abused in JKP to heal — and perhaps, one day, find their voices, too.

My Life as a Young Girl in the Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat Sex Cult

By Karishma Blancett
The Beginning


My family came to know Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat and its leader, “Kripalu Maharaji,” through one of its preachers—Gopeshwari Devi (aka, “Didi”). At that time, she was the main preacher in Fiji Islands and some parts of New Zealand, since her family is from there.

We held a huge three-day program at our home. Gopeshwari talked about her so-called “Guru,” telling us he gave up his “golden seat” to give India something it needed. She also explained that he had spent time out in the jungle performing “tapasyas” (austerities). When he came back, he was this “godly being,” who wrote many books and songs ....

Read the whole story at this link: http://theinnerwisdomproject.com/gurus/one-woman-tells-her-story-of-being-groomed-for-sex-with-kripalu-maharaji/

Wednesday, November 15, 2017

Kripalu Maharaji and Swami Prakashanand Saraswati Were Best Buddies for Almost 50 Years

You may have heard Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat say: "We don't know Prakashanand Saraswati. He might have visited the ashram, but he wasn't close to Kripalu Maharaji."

Honest people know that's a big lie. JKP has been trying to publicly distance themselves from Prakashanand since he was convicted on 20 counts of child molestation back in 2011. However, he never stopped running the show behind the scenes until the day he died. 

So, I thought it would be great to provide a whole bunch of visual evidence that shows that not only did Kripalu know Prakashanand very very well, but also they were best buddies at everything — dancing, riding golf carts, jai ho-ing, boating, praying, and begging. You can't get much closer than this tag-team of two fake gurus!!

Dancing Best Buddies 


Golf Cart Best Buddies


Jai Ho Best Buddies


 Boating Best Buddies


Praying Best Buddies


Best Begger Buddies


I'll add more photos as I find them. 

Tuesday, November 14, 2017

Whatever Happened to Prakashanand Saraswati’s 9 Preachers? — A Round Up

During his 60-year career as a “guru,” Kripalu Majaraj turned a bunch of ordinary followers into a bunch of preachers — who scoured the earth looking to poach devotees, collect money, and lure young girls into his bedroom. Naturally, all of his preachers were all Indian.

When Prakashanand Saraswati started his own splinter group in the 1980s, he decided to start turning ordinary people into preachers, too. At his peak, he had ordained nine humans as orange-wearing preachers. Only two of them were Indian. The other seven were Westerners.

Kripalu once famously asked: “Why is he making so many preachers with white faces?”

Well, as luck would have it for Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat, all but two of the “white faces” are gone from the organization. Some voluntarily. Some not. Meanwhile, two only of the original nine people are still active preachers.

Occasionally, I get asked: What happened to the missing seven former preachers of Prakashanand? To make it easier for me to answer, I’ve created a brief round up of their histories. (If anyone knows anything more about any of them, please let me know and I’ll update the information.)

Note: Some of Prakashanand’s preachers have two different names. That’s because Kripalu renamed all of the existing preachers once he was back in charge of Prakashanand. He outright named the others.

Irony of all ironies, we were forced to treat all of the preachers as if they were already divine. I think you'll soon see that they were far from divine. I don't know as much about all of Kripalu's preachers, but what I do know is they are also very very far from divine.

I don't have photos of all of them. Here are some of them when they were really young. This is from the early 1990s.


Sureshwari Devi (aka Meera Devi)

Sureshwari Devi was once the most beloved of all of Prakashanand’s preachers (or even all of his devotees). She was the epitome of an ideal devotee. She seemed extremely religious and uber dedicated to the guru. Many of us looked up to her as a role model and looked to her for guidance on the often-difficult journey of living in a guru’s ashram. She was Prakashanand’s main narcissistic supplier for years. He ever made her president of his whole organization at one point. Then she fell from the top position and was replaced by Prabhakari. This all occurred at a time when Barsana Dham (aka Radha Madhav Dham) was growing at a brisk pace. It was also at a time when computers were becoming more of a thing. Prakabhakari had computer skills and Sureshwari did not. Also, Prabhakari was far more ambitious than Sureshwari, and pushed her way to the top, walking over anyone who stood in her way, like Sureshwari.

Sureshwari is the only preacher of Prakashanand’s to keep up an actual preaching schedule. She tried her best to be the perfect preacher. And she was. Until she started keeping quiet about the child sex abuse. Then she began going downhill. I suspect she was losing it, because at some level she finally accepted that JKP was an evil sex cult. On one trip to India, the gurus made her go to a mental hospital and have very harsh and invasive psychiatric treatment. In other words, they tried to fry her brain. Why? So she couldn’t report on all of their secrets if she ever left. And she did leave. One day she and escaped. Prakashanand tried his damndest to get her back. She came back once, then finally left for good. (Note: We were told after she left that she “is crazy and has been crazy for a long time.”)

The worst part of her escape is that she left with all of her secrets and never told them to the world. That is a big loss, because many people joined the organization and stayed because of her. She started her life over from scratch in her home country of New Zealand just living the life a (fairly) normal married person. JKP is likely a distant (and bad) memory for her.

Prabhakari Devi (aka Priya Dasi)

This woman grew from a fairly sane young woman who wanted to live a spiritual life to a major tyrant and sex cult supporter in the matter of a few short years. The transformation was astounding to witness and terrible for her enemies. She became ravenous for power and control, and had no compunction about walking over anyone standing in her way. At one point, Prakashanand made Sureshwari president and her vice president. After Sureshwari left, Prabhakari was promoted to president. No surprise there, since she fashioned herself into the guru’s favorite and ideal sycophant. It worked, because she spent more time by Prakashanand’s side than any other person. For many years, she was his right-hand man, involved in every single decision he made in the ashram. She learned to lie like a pro and become the ultimate con woman. He was definitely grooming her to take over the whole place. Boy, did that plan backfire on the both of them.

After Prakashanand’s arrest for 20 counts of child molestation, Prabhakari was the lead person in charge of planning the whole trial. That was clearly a chaotic mess considering that they went through about a half dozen lawyers that I know of before the trial started. What’s more, it also turns out that Prabhakari was the defense’s “star witness.” She cooked up a whole scenario that allegedly explained why the three women “lied about Prakashanand molesting them.” It backfired on her big time and Prashanand lost — he was found guilty as charged. He escaped into Mexico the night before sentencing with the help of about a dozen devotees. He traveled with his long-time assistant Rangana and a western woman renamed Chittra (he took her despite the fact that she was a western woman because she spoke Spanish fluently). Notably, he did not take Prabhakari. Somehow Prakashanand eventually got out of Mexico and made it back to India.

In the meantime, Kripalu kicked out Prabhakari and her whole family (see Akhilanand below). Prabhakari never again returned to preaching (not that she did much of it anyway). As far as I know, she has traveled and lived with her family ever since—including stints in New Jersey, Colorado, and eventually Idaho (her family’s home state). For some reason, I envision her working in some out-of-the-way bar in the sticks of Idaho, slinging beers, getting drunk every night, and dreaming of making a comeback as the Queen of the ashram.

Janeshwari Devi (aka Krishna Dasi)

This woman was a piece of work. She was a terrible preacher. She seemed to be in it for the status and perfection which she as always striving to exude. Early in her preaching career she got kicked out of some devotees’ home for her arrogant and impossible-to-deal-with attitude. She was exiled by Prakashanand to the old Philadelphia center for a long time. But she clearly didn’t learn her lesson, because she came back as arrogant as ever. But she never returned to preaching. She continued to wear orange, but just did odd jobs around the ashram and continued to be a holier-than-thou busy body (ironically). Then she got a promotion after Prakashanand’s arrest. Kripalu had her doing PR for the Prem Mandir temple’s grand opening in Vrindaban, India (she had a tendency to oversell her skills!). However, she bungled it so badly he told her to go out preaching and earn some money. She went to Ireland and it was such a disaster that Kripalu kicked her out of the entire organization. I also suspect that something untoward happened, because to make sure she was really out, JKP sent letters to all its center managers saying: “This woman is not a part of our organization anymore.” I have no idea where she scurried off to after that. She was originally from Florida, so maybe that’s where she’s hiding out. (Note: I received an updated from a very informed person that she may be living and working in Austin at the business of an ex-devotee.) Interestingly, once when I was feeling down, she told me, “I know that swamiji is always going to take care of.” Like a lot of things, she sure got that wrong.

Gyaneshwari Devi

I met this woman before she was a preacher while she was living with her parents in the Seattle area. She was a complete spoiled brat, an attitude she inherited from her arrogant mother, a die-hard Prakashanand devotee. The mother was beside herself with joy when the daughter was chosen to be a preacher. However, that was short-lived. After studying forever, she finally became a preacher. An awful one. It turns out that she preferred having devotees in California spend their money on taking her to Disneyland and movies rather than actually preaching anything to anyone. Prakashanand put her on video service under Prabhakari to at least make some use of her. Ironically, this put her in contact with Indian men who were on video service in India. Low and behold, she fell in love with one of them and they left the organization together. The most interesting thing is that her mother dumped her like a rotten potato, choosing the gurus over her own flesh and blood (she was not the first parent in this organization to do that). I heard that, after spending many years living in India, the couple moved to Texas with their two kids. Let’s hope she’s a less spoiled prima donna now.

Swami Akhilananda

One of only two men (the other is a person named Nikhilananda) that Prakashanand turned into preachers. Akhilananda had a shaky start that all came to a rather abrupt crash and burn. In fact, his “preaching career” never really got off the ground. It seemed to me that he liked the idea of being a preacher, but not the practice of it. That’s likely because it also seemed like he decided to become a preacher to escape from the world (I certainly don’t think he’s the only one to do this). After college and experiencing the personal tragedy of losing a friend to a drowning, he probably just wanted a nice soft landing. He got one — for a while. Nothing could be a cushier life than the years these people spent “training to be preachers” — think: relaxed schedule, reading, memorizing already-written speeches, and taking long naps. Then he got the rug pulled out from under him.

The story I heard is that he was getting a bit too friendly with a young female member of a devotee family on one of his preaching trips. (This is ironic considering that Kripalu ran his own 60-year sex factory.) Somehow Kripalu decided that he was crazy (I saw signs that indicated he may actually have had emotional problems). Kripalu told his family to put him in a mental hospital. It was at the same time that he kicked the whole Tonnessen family out of the Austin ashram, including Prabhakari. He wanted them to go to New Jersey and run a center there with Prabhakari preaching. But really he just wanted the family gone, because two of Prakashanand’s accusers were their daughters. Somehow they went from New Jersey to Colorado, then to Idaho. As far as I can guess, the whole family is now living somewhere near Boise. I can’t imagine that the former Akhilananda is any more gainfully employed than he ever was.

Brajeshwari Devi

One of the two Indian preachers, this little lady didn’t last very long as a preacher. I suspect she was only put in orange because her brother is one of the lead money collectors for JKP in India. I’d heard she had a mental breakdown shortly after becoming a preacher. One time, several people had to strap her down during a psychotic episode. The last time I saw her in India she was given busy work to do. She seemed very angry and treated others poorly. Clearly, she didn’t want to be there, but was likely kept there against her will. I’m not sure if she’s still around or has been locked up somewhere else.

Nikhileshwari Devi (aka Hari Dasi)

Nikhileshwari was never a great preacher, but she had the best voice of all of them. She was a bit reserved and paid the most attention to her favorites. One of those favorites was a young girl from India who came with Kripalu on his second world tour. The two women spent a lot of time together, since they were both lead singers. However, I would never have guessed that they struck up more than a friendship — they ended up in a full-on physical relationship. Shocking, I know. Kripalu found out and worked to break them up. Nikhileshwari tried to spend as much time as she could in India, but he sent her home. Then he exiled her. At some point prior to that, she switched her allegiance from Prakashanand to Kripalu 100 percent. When Prakashanand found out they fought — literally, they had a full-on physical knock-down-drag-out fight, throwing punches at each other. Wonder who won that? An online search shows that she during her years of exile she spent time in California, Iowa, and Colorado. She apparently tried a few ways to earn money, like planning trips to India for groups and running a “Kripalu resource center.” At some point, she was allowed back in the group because I found her image on the JKP preacher web page. In her photo she looks to be in very bad shape. Something is off. Maybe physically. Maybe mentally. I’m guessing she’s not actually a preacher anymore, because nothing shows up in a Google search for her since 2011. My guess is they took her back so she wouldn’t speak out and all she does is chant.

Prakashanand Preachers Still Active in JKP

Diwakari Devi

One of the two Indian preachers, Diwakari’s mother was a long-time devotee of Prakashanand since the days when he first went to Fiji in the 1970s. From the time she was a young girl she was basically railroaded into becoming a preacher by her mother, and didn’t seem to have her heart or brain in it at first. The organization tolerated her and eventually she gathered up a bunch of people to support her on her speaking engagements, especially in California. At one point, Kripalu made her president of Barsana Dham (Radha Madhav Dham) and demoted Prabhakari. However, it was in name only, because Prabhakari would not relinquish her presidential duties. Diwakari was not without ambition, but she was no match for the Terminator. Even though Prabhakari is gone, Diwakari is still just president in name only—as two men now run Radha Madhav Dham, while Diwakari just goes out gathering up souls and money. I’ve heard some stories about her recently, including about her spoiled, cutthroat, and selfish antics. She’s a great example of the old axiom: You can put a person in orange, but you can’t take the world out of them.

Swami Nikhilananda

Apparently, this dude really got the hang of being the perfect JKP preacher — in other words, he brings in the money and the warm bodies that JKP craves. As long as he does that, it seems they will tolerate his white face.

NOTE – If you take a look at this webpage, you’ll see that the whole lot of JKP preachers are looking a bit long in the tooth. There doesn’t seem to be much young blood among them. Will this organization finally die out after these people are finally gone?

http://jkp.org.in/contact/