Sai Baba Fails To Grant Great Vision But Endangers Crowds

Date: 10-06-07

By: Ex Baba admin

At Barry Pittard's blogsite at , see the article:

Sai Baba Fails To Grant Great Vision But Endangers Crowds



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"Sai Baba announced through one of his chief servitors, Professor Anil Kumar, that he would grant to his assembled devotees a great vision - no less than Vishwarupa Darshanam. This is the sort of peak divine experience that Lord Krishna is said to have granted to his servitor and boon companion Arjuna. See Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 11".

"But the weather turned cloudy, and Puttaparthi officials are reported as saying that their Bhagawan Sai Baba had refused to go ahead with the event because the crowds had become unruly, holding up his car, in which he had been driven to the airport, for an hour".

"How Sai Baba could have set up a situation which any sane Indian knows is bound to cause incredible crowd turmoil is not, I think, a mystery at all. But, rather, is explicable in terms of serious recurring evidence of an encroaching mental condition that his core assistants work overtime in trying to keep from devotees and the general public".