|Alert — another JKP con game underway. Watch your wallet.
If you are involved in Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat in any way, shape, or form, I can guaranteed that, at some point, you'll be asked to make a big donation to "Kripalu's Library" being built in Manghar, India — his birthplace. I've been told it's going to be a high-tech, multi-media facility.
I've also been told that this is a multi-million-dollar project being overseen by one of the Three Greedy Didis favorite male devotees — a youngish, never-married leader in JKP. I know him as a very aggressive money collector. He is good with numbers and has helped the organization collect multiple millions over the years.
I happened to receive an image of the monstrosity they are calling a "Library." See above.
When I saw that photo, the first thing I thought is that it looks like something out of a Dr. Seuss children's book. Is that where they got their inspiration for the design? See below.
What in the holy hell is all this nonsense? Aren't saints supposed to be humble teachers of scriptures to help souls return to God? If they need a Library to house his meager collection of books and stuff, why not just make it a quiet, humble facility. Why? Because that wouldn't give them a good enough reason to pick your pockets clean.
Why is Jagadguru Kripalu Parishat hell-bent on non-stop building of everything under the sun. Likely it's to attract more devotees with money, especially wealthy older devotees. Why? Because they want all their money. They want them to buy a place from them to retire. After all, why else are they building apartments and selling them for a whopping $160,000 (US).
This has been an ongoing project for several years. They probably got the idea when one of the first Western seniors request their own home in the ashram. They gladly obliged and then proceeded to get all of her life savings out of her. When she ran out of money, they kicked her out.
But now they are letting people live there, if they cough up the bucks.
I imagine one of the lures is this monstrosity they call a library. It reminds me of how they collected money for Prem Mandir for years, saying it was going to be some spiritual monument in Vrindaban. Now, from all the videos I've seen and first-hand reports, Prem Mandir is little more than a Disneyland or Las Vegas-style attraction. It's noisy, congested with gawking crowds, and lit up like the Vegas strip. Not what I call spiritual at all.
What is the world is going into this "library"? Kripalu had produced just a few books, including chanting books. Sure there are tons of videos and audios. But you can just watch them on YouTube. After all, they are extremely repetitive. I know. I studied dozens of them while learning Hindi.
Here's a tip. Kripalu's main message was this: "Worship me, not God."
My advice is to steer clear of JKP and all of their money-making schemes — unless you like the idea of spending the last years of your life in hell on earth.
I'm guess one of the features of the so-called "Library" will be the declaration that Kripalu was declared "Jagadguru" by Kashi Vidvat Parishat. But that it a lie. It never happened, as I've written about before with proof. Here is more proof. See these two photos. The bottom one is the one JKP uses to say — "See, this is the day that Kripalu was honored with the Jagadguru title."
But I happen to have a copy of the original photo — which they photoshopped to death. It's just a normal shot of a normal satsang, where a couple of people are doing arti and giving him a garland.
In the new photoshopped image, they took out the standing image of Kripalu and replaced it with a sitting image. Also, all the heads of the men in the new photo is from a photo taken in the Austin Texas ashram. I was there that day. I know whose heads they are. I saw it happen with my own eyes.
This is just one of uncountable JKP con jobs. If you can't see that JKP is lying to you about everything, then you'll just have to waste this life being a gullible devotee of a con man and child rapist. I can't help you.
(All images shared for educational purposes.)