tiistai 24. kesäkuuta 2014

Sarkar, "The Mystery Man"

Sort cut, India Today (1-15 Aug, 1978), Shrii Sarkar, “The Mystery Man”. The interview came about just days before Sarkar’s release from Bankipur Jail. It is the only interview with a public media that Sarkar ever participated in.

Q: Your followers allege that you and your organization have been a victim of a calculated malicious propaganda.... Now, if you are acquitted of all charges, how do you plan to remove misunderstanding from public mind to re-establish your organization?
A: We will be doing our humanitarian duties with subjective approach and objective adjustment.
Q: Much confusion was created in the past because of lack of communication between you and the general public. Why have you lived a secluded life in the past?
A: There is no necessity of my coming in public contact because actual social service is rendered by the workers of the organization. I simply assist the workers.

Q: The speed with which AM has spread in the West... has created misgivings that it is being sponsored by some foreign agencies. Moreover, your attack on KGB and CBI in the past without mentioning CIA, has added to the confusion.
A: I do not know if CIA did any harm.... If the same is brought to my notice with sufficient proof I will certainly condemn them. Good people should always be supported and bad condemned in unambiguous language.

Q: Do you feel that unless corruption was removed the society would not be to your liking? Unless you take active part in politics, is it possible?
A: I have got no political ambition. I have propounded the theory of PROUT for the welfare of human society. This theory will be materialized by those who love it.

Q: What is your opinion about democracy?
A: Democracy can be successful only where the following essential factors are present at least amongst 51% of the voters – morality, literacy and socio-economic-political consciousness. Otherwise it is an instrument to befool the public. The whole interview; India Today, (PDF)
On 1990 Sarkar gave sanskrit speeches, which were printed into book. One Dada went to give the book to university Sanskrit professors. Later the professors told that they have had 4 problems in sanskrit papers and now Sarkar had solved them all in his book. They were more than amazed. One professor wanted to come and honor Sarkar. Dada was happy, but Sarkar was not and refused to meet them. One day finally Sarkar told Dada: 'Now ask them when they want to come'. Dada was happy and asked the professor; 'just give your date to see Sarkar'. He gave the date 22.10. Dada told to Sarkar. Sarkar said OK, they can come 22.10. The professor and his wife came – but they didn't know Sarkar left his physical body day before. The professor wrote to quest book; Had we come before....The professors had plan to tell to the world, but Sarkar didn't give them chance. He wanted to remain a mystery.

Sarkar was young school boy. One sadhu came to village to perform tricks. Someone put water (saccharine water, but nobody knew) on his feet and the devotees took one drop each. Sarkar could see that this was not real sadhu, so he washed the sadhu's feet and the saccharine got flushed out. The devotees didn't get anymore sweet drops. The sadhu got angry to Sarkar.

Acarya SK used to go around to see many sadhus in order to learn proper meditation, he spent years for searching... Once he went to see Sivpuri Baba, who was highly elevated soul. He had joined sannyasis at the age of four. He settled into Katmandu and started residing in hermitage where his disciples arranged his stay. He would come out of his hermitage just half an hour in the morning and evening. He took only milk and occasionally bananas. SK finally thought he want to learn meditation from this sannyasi. He asked him to give him initiation, but Shivpuri Baba refused and said that he will find the Spiritual guide in the place where he was staying. Then he just blessed SK. Hoping to find his master he returned to his home place and continued his search. One day he was blessed to meet Sarkar and so the word of Shivpuri Baba came true. (I know many other stories that some Sadhu's have refused to initiate disciple and requested to go to meet Sarkar, DA.)

Acarya SK had hired a room and lived alone. He had told his parents not to make any commitment with any girl for him as he wouldn't obey. One day two wealthy looking persons came to search for him. His father had told them that they can ask SK to marry their daughter, but the reply would depend on SK. He was brilliant student and his brother was doctor in US. The two gentlemen presented SK with a blank check. After thinking a while SK filled it with enormous amount of 500 000 rupees (ab $ 10 000) and waited their response, which was prompt yes. Then he lit a matchstick and set the check in fire and rebuked them of having come to purchase him. He told them they should feel shame and that he would rather marry a poor girl. One day when he had entered his home someone came by bicycle to tell that Sarkar was calling him. 

When he came to Sarkar's place, he was told that Sarkar had left a request that he should get married. SK was totally confused and feared how he would be able to upkeep a family as he was so engaged with organizational work. Finally he was convinced that Sarkar knew better what he should do. Sarkar had chosen Indu as his fiancee and the marriage ceremony was arranged in couple of days according Sarkar's dictations. Sarkar told that the marriage system was unique in the whole world. ….........
Thus Sarkar started revolutionary marriage system. Usually the fiance and fiancee are from different caste, nationality or culture. The aim of revolutionary marriage is to learn to love people with different back ground, which eventually also would lead to uniting the society and the world.
Some Wikipedia entries to Sarkar and Prout; Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar (21 May 1921 – 21 Oct 1990), was an Indian philosopher, author, social revolutionary, poet, composer, and linguist. Giani Zail Singh, seventh President of India, has said about Sarkar: "Prabhat Ranjan Sarkar was one of the greatest modern philosophers of India."[1] Sarkar described the universe as a result of macropsychic conation – the entire universe exists within the cosmic mind...Sarkar was a prolific author and produced an extensive body of works that includes theories aimed at increasing human welfare such as the Law of Social Cycle, the Progressive Utilization Theory, the Theory of Microvitum, as well as the philosophy of Neohumanism.

Spirituality for Sarkar is defined as the individual realizing the "true self". In addition to yogic meditational practices and purity of thought and deed, Sarkar attached great importance to selfless social service as a means of liberation. Sarkar considered it necessary for the social arrangements to support the inner development of human beings and rejected both capitalism and communism as appropriate social structures for humanity to move forward to the golden age of a balanced way of life sustaining all-round progress. A serious problem with capitalism was according to Sarkar the concentration of wealth in a few hands and stoppages in the rolling of money which he considered root causes of recessions, even depressions. A spiritual way of life, however, would in no way be divorced from creating structures that help meet the basic, though ever changing, needs — food, housing, clothing, health and education.

Sarkar developed Progressive Utilization Theory as practical means to encourage harmony and co-operation to help society...http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prabhat_Ranjan_Sarkar. The PROUT, is a socio-economic theory first mentioned in 1959 by Sarkar[17] To popularize and implement PROUT, Shrii Sarkar established the organization, "Proutist Universal"... The Proutist economy as described by Sarkar is a form of cooperative and decentralised economy that looks more at the collective welfare rather than to profit, without neglecting the promotion of the individual merits of each. "Progressive utilization" stands for the optimisation and maximum utilization of natural, industrial and human resources on a sustainable basis for the entire ecosystem...PROUT encompasses the whole of individual and collective existence – physical, educational, social, political, mental, cultural and spiritual – not just for human beings but for all beings. Prout (disambiguation).

PROUT, is a collection of socioeconomic and political ideas...Description; According to a description by Terry Irving and Rowan Cahill, PROUT "envisages a decentralized, community-based world economy of self-sufficiency for the poor; economic democracy; small business; and limits on the accumulation of wealth."[4] Sohail Inayatullah stated that the philosophy "attempts to balance the need for societies to create wealth and grow with the requirements for distribution."[5] David Skrbina characterized PROUT as a "model of social development... which advocates a 'small is beautiful' approach to society."[6] Economics instructor Mark Friedman places Sarkar's economic thought in the tradition of Monsignor John A. Ryan, E.F. Schumacher and Herman Daly in Sarkar's incorporation of spiritual values into economic goals.[7]. Sarkar positioned it as an alternative to communism and capitalism.[4] It has been characterized as a form of "progressive socialism"[8]... PROUT recognizes all material goods as common property and seeks the rational and equitable distribution of that property to maximize the physical, mental, and spiritual development of all people.[1][9] It seeks to guarantee what it recognizes as the five minimum requirements of life for human beings: food, clothing, shelter, education, and medical care.[1]

PROUT social order consists four classes of people that cyclically dominate society: sudras (labourers), ksatriyas (military–minded individuals), vipra (intellectuals) and vaisyas (capitalists).[2] To prevent any social class from clinging to political power and exploiting the others, he proposed the concept of "spiritual elite" sadvipras (etymologically sad – true, vipra – intellectual) who would determine who held political leadership.[2]. Source; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Progressive_Utilization_Theory. Links; http://sarkarverse.org/wiki/PROUT_Films. And http://proutglobe.org/prout/p-r-sarkar/. And http://www.prout.org/. And still Sarkar ab mysterious “God Particle”; http://www.microvita.org/Superior%20Science%20of%20the%20Future.html. Or; http://www.microvita.eu/Research/Annotations.html.
Indian sadhus and scientist discuss “God Particle”; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QpkYRKz3-eA. Hitomi remote viewed Higgs Boson; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s3lz5VghZqg
Q-Does a black hole create a rip in space and time? 
A-.A black hole DOES feel like a rip in space (but not in time). A portal to a new either dimension or place in time. If you get too close you have no choice but to go through it to somewhere completely foreign. Like whirlpool and vacuum....

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