Three weeks ago, we published an article proving that Sacinandana “Swami” and his girlfriend Bhanu-Nandini still travel together.
So there is one Mr. Hridayananda Goswami, but it’s 2019 and sannyasis walking around barefoot with nothing but kamandalu (all purpose small metal pot), danda and the clothes on their back is so 2018 (B.C.). Naturally, Mr. Goswami has a Facebook page, dresses like an ordinary person and has an apartment in Los Angeles, USA.😬
“Spiritual life” is all about compassion and forgiveness, and about celebrating love.
Oh boy, this doesn’t sound good for Radhanath Swami, he is further implicated in the murder. ISKCON will not relieve itself from Sulocana murder as long as Radhanath is in the GBC and is allowed to initiate disciples.
Look at this video, o my God, Srila Prabhupada looks angry.
Did you know that chanting on japa was introduced by Vasco da Gama, Caitanya Mahaprabhu picked it up from him? Read on.
Did you hear about Ice bucket challenge? It took the world by storm. And ISKCON needs to take the world by storm also.
When I first moved into an Iskcon temple I had already read Prabhupada’s Bhagavad Gita As It Is twice, as well as a few other of Prabhupada’s books. So when I first moved into the ashram and I started reading Radhanath Swami’s The Journey Home almost right away (like most new bhaktas these days it seems) I noticed that Radhanath Swami was praising various bogus gurus and yogis. I found this to be somewhat perplexing as Srila Prabhupada strongly criticized these types of people all throughout his books. I don’t remember asking anybody about this apparent contradiction between what Radhanath Swami was saying about these people and what Prabhupada says about these types of people, however I somehow or other came to the standard Iskcon approved understanding that The Journey Home is a preaching/introductory book and that Radhanath Swami’s intention when praising these pseudo-spiritualists is just to attract people to Krishna without upsetting them with strong criticism.
OK, we are going to break the first rule of ISKCON. The first rule is: Never criticize pure devotees when they are doing nonsense. This is very important because pure devotees feel uncomfortable if their nonsense is criticized. How will they proceed in doing nonsense if they are constantly criticized?(more…)
For the last two years, we have been tracking two ISKCON’s greatest deviants: Sacinandana “Swami”, a sannyasi who travels with his girlfriend around the world for the last 10 years. On this website, we published evidence, both videos, and photos, of two of them being together in rock concerts in Germany, honeymoon in Australia, New York, Moscow, and London.
Ok, just go though my website and you will see that ISKCON is full of retarded gurus who worship Ramesh baba and organise eye camps. But today’s video is a sign of ultimate retardation.