The telling signs provided by the author, out of what I would consider good faith, are literally typical
of a sect organized around and by a wannabe teacher one should remain away from. Attacking members is one of those trademarks, the visible form of what essentially is a projection of the leader's own faults. These parasites are very good at it because, first of all, there are lots of people who are easily impressed, and second because the person at the top is not a complete fool, he knows enough to appear wise and proceed with enough aggressiveness to deter any attempt at questioning his authority, the simple reason being that a newcomer is carried by a mix of curiosity and humility and certainly does not want to come into the group as a trouble maker, and above all does not possess enough knowledge to be able to confront the leader. The
followers will be impressed by the displayed knowledge, the charisma, the experience. Often times the leader has certain talents, either oratory or in writing. Unless you have no real desire to learn about these religious practices, you will stay away from this drama and laugh at it. Otherwise, you will either know only the leader's public face and find his output interesting and enjoyable, or you will get close to him and sail along of become the black sheep.
The truth usually lies in the fact that their knowledge is nothing that you couldn't find on internet or in books by yourself, and above all — and this is the important part of it — because their knowledge is artificial and largely constructed, what they convey will by definition reach a point where it starts being incorrect if not outright false by design.
No man of his temper and twisted personality would have been allowed into a legitimate respectable order, nor would he have been able to stay inside a lesser one of inferior value in light of his blatant insecurities, since such limitations would have made him fail repeatedly.
Luckily, the Achashmuck seems so paranoid that he ends shooting his own foot, but there are others who are more cunning.
With no less than two testimonies about the fraudster, I'd consider his case sealed.
>Need a real copy, I can't study using a computer for long.
Have you tried e-readers?
>He’s pretty based. He named the (((Kalergi Plan))) in a Red Ice interview.
You are naive. I have crossed the path of some sect leaders. They have strategies one of which consists of aiming for a limited core audience of people pushed outside of society because of their "baseness" precisely. So that the leader, who has read his fair share of books on different subjects, can be more based than people one would consider highly red pilled.
> It sounds like that guy was posting some flashy stuff on Facebook so the Acharyaji distanced himself to keep his power level hidden and reach a broader influence.
Your statement is highly contradictory. Teachers who "keep their power level hidden" are the least to actually "reach a broader audience", which reeks off of democracy and egalitarianism at its core (another sign of contradiction, of the leader this time), since that is the total opposite of what true teachers seek.
>I’m a tad wary as well since in a StJ interview he said he admired Alex Jones and Alexander Dugin.
You've got more neon bright red flags right here lad. If he truly were a carrier of genuine Vedic teachings, his resulting world view would invariably pull him towards a specific mindset that would not
have him make such laudatory statements.
>Although that was year ago and he seems more awakened and hard now.
This is the sign that he is not getting his knowledge from the proper chain.
>That is until a few weeks ago he openly expressed his trust in Q.
And another one.
>On the other hand one of his top disciples is named Savitri Devi and they clearly hate Jews and fags.
I have already seen that (again, the based bravado and stance) and it doesn't matter.
They appear to attempt enlightening people because they share some knowledge — which again they simply took from books — but they are parasites, sometimes sociopaths of the worst kind. In truth, they do not wish to enlighten people, they seek power and domination taken from blind followers and will not hesitate to destroy men and women the moment they feel threatened by them. Your best weapons against these dupes are:
Unfortunately, most followers do not have those.
>Some Kabbalah nigger on Riot is encouraging me and some others to evoke a sprit called GBQNA. Pronounced Gah bee Cane Ah. Ever heard of it, any thoughts?