The Truth Revealed

Eckankar
With
Excerpts from Confessions of a God Seeker


A. Open Letter from Ford Johnson to Harold Klemp
     
     Lettre ouverte à Harold Klemp, de Ford Johnson

B. Second Open Letter from Ford Johnson to Harold Klemp

C. Excerpts from Confessions of a God Seeker: A Journey to Higher Consciousness

D. The Center for Twitchellian PLAGIARISM.

E. Examples of Paul Twitchell's Invention of the Vairagi Eck Masters.

F. Examples of Paul Twitchell's Invention of the Eck Temples.

G. Key Source Documents Specifically Related to Eckankar Discussed in Confessions of a God Seeker

I. Documents Footnoted by Chapter In Confessions of a God Seeker: A Journey to Higher Consciousness.

II. Statements and other documents by Harold Klemp.

1. Deposition of Sri Harold Klemp, May 30, 1984. (Darwin begins to disrespect Klemp.)
2. H. Klemp’s speech at HI meeting, October 22, 1983. (Differences in Darwin and Klemp's salaries- Darwin making almost 4 times what Harold making.)
3. Letter from Klemp to Gross, September 15, 1983. (Klemp says Living Eck Master-LEM-has control over all business matters of Eckankar. Gross's responses all around letter.) 


III. Statements and Other Documents by Darwin Gross.

1. Deposition of Sri Darwin Gross, May 31 1984. (Darwin creates the image of himself as a "jazz and blues" man.)
2. Deposition of Sri Darwin Gross, May 24 1984. (Gross discusses his qualifications to be a LEM. Also states that morality not important to spiritual development.)
3. Memorandum by plaintiff Darwin Gross, submitted at case Gross v. Eckankar, July 12, 1984(Darwin defends his actions with respect to Eckankar's money.)
4. Letter by Gross to Klemp, [DATE] 


IV. Statements on behalf of Eckankar, Inc.

1. Answer by defendant Eckankar, submitted at case Gross v. Eckankar, May 1 1984. ("Eckankar"-Klemp-asserts that Eckankar not used to describe a religion until 1960's.)
2. Memorandum by defendant Eckankar, submitted at case Gross v. Eckankar. ("Eckankar" accuses Gross of heresy; process of picking LEM.)
3. Memorandum by Defendant Eckankar, submitted at case Gross v. Eckankar, July 5, 1984. (Gross's inability to answer questions of ability as LEM during trial discussed.)
4. Minutes of a meeting of the Board of Trustees of Eckankar, August 7, 1983. (Gross removed from presidency, Klemp takes over presidency.)

V. Statements by employees of Eckankar, Inc.

1. Deposition of Peter Skelsky, September 12, 1984. (Stories of Darwin's drinking and womanizing.)
2. Deposition of Don Ginn, May 18, 1984. (Darwin - after leaving position of LEM - talks his way into becoming president of Eckankar.)
3. Affidavit of Gary Hardiman, July 2, 1984. (Evidence that Darwin did not follow Eckankar's bylaws.)

VI. Documents of Eckankar, Inc.

1. By-Laws of Eckankar.
2. Agreement between Darwin Gross and Eckankar, of October 22, 1974. (Duties as LEM, pay etc.)
3. Employment Agreement between Eckankar and Darwin Gross, of October 1, 1981. (Duties now that not LEM, pay etc.)
4. Agreement between Eckankar and Harold Klemp, of October 1 1982 (not signed). (Duties as LEM, pay etc.)


VII. General Database (all documents footnoted and referred to, as well as depositions.)

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