Golden Throne of India’s Sathya Sai Baba. He says he will Rule the world soon
Posted by Barry Pittard on November 22, 2009
But soon never comes …
On November 23, 2009, he celebrates with enormous pomp and extravagance his 84th birthday. Sathya Sai Baba is haggard, weak and ailing, although on his 60th birthday he proclaimed that he would thenceforth not age. He long ago said that he will travel to other countries, actually naming some of them, and that he would perform these visits after first putting his “own backyard” (India) in order. In many respects, India is still in a parlous state.
How can India win the respect of the world when its successive governments actively cover up Sathya Sai Baba’s long history of dark deeds?
Would my reader wish to be ruled from a seat of power such as what you see below?
Sathya Sai Baba said at Brindavan, 14 December 1963:
“Let Me tell you this now itself: I do not like this pomp and show. I do not derive any joy out of it. Pomp, such as this, has become a fashion now, even among ascetics and monks who ought to know better. They profess poverty and simplicity and yet, they allow or encourage their disciples to waste much energy and money on pomp and pageantry which serve only to develop the egotism of themselves and their followers. The emphasis on show makes a thing hollow of all meaning.” (Sathya Sai Speaks Vol 3., p 228)
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