Ask the Nuwaupians is Yogi Ramacharaka one of the Masters that guides York’s pen?

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Question: Ask the Nuwaubians is Yogi Ramacharaka one of the Masters that guides York’s pen?

Answer: Most of them wont know what you’re talking about.

In a book authored by York entitled, "The Breath" York claims the revealing of the "science of breath" was reserved for him to be the one to make it clear and concise although other writers have published works on the subject.  What York did not tell his followers or make clear in his book is the fact that he plagiarized the works of Yogi Ramacharaka from his book entitled "The Science of Breath: 1903."  York's method of coming up with his entire doctrine to feed his flock of followers is made very clear by examining and comparing York's version of "The Breath" side by side with Ramacharaka's original work "The Science of Breath."  Many of the women that worked for York in his publications department have told the stories of how the Nuwaupian booklets are produced from start to finish.  These women have reported that York collects books of the occult usually written in the late 1800's to early 1900's involving the likes of Theosophical Society, Golden Dawn, Manly Hall, Albert Pike, Urantia, Valiant Thor, Franz Bardon, Author Powell, Rosicrucians, Astara, Zecharia Sitchin, etc. and has them transcribe those books on the computer and later dictates what he wants changed to fit his own way.  They explained that York would tell them what to take out and what to add and what to re-word with the addition of pictures, graphics and diagrams other women would create in his organization.  The women also reported that York would intentionally format the booklets to give the appearance of a lot of information by making them smaller in size, loaded with pics and diagrams, and spaced out lettering.  These reports of plagiarism are confirmed and clearly seen in York's work "The Breath."  The follow are but a few examples of the plagiarism and exposure to the methods that the women have reported.  These are side by side comparisons from both books marked up for clarity:

 

 

The Western student is scarcely to be blamed for thinking of the typical Yogi as an emaciated, fanatical, dirty, ignorant Hindu, who either sits in a fixed posture until his body becomes ossified, or else holds his arm up in the air until it becomes stiff and withered and for ever after remains in that position or perhaps clenches his fist and holds it tight until his fingernails grow through the palms of his hands. ~pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

The students of these people are not at all to be blamed for thinking of the typical Egiptian Mystic as an anorexic, fanatical, dirty, ignorant Mystic, who either sits in a fixed posture until his body becomes rigid and frozen, or else holds his arm up in the air until it becomes stiff and withered and for ever after remains in that position or perhaps mixing magic potions  or turning staffs into snakes as it states in the Bible (Exo 7:10), which falsely accused the Egiptians, in order to make the Moses whose original Tama-reye Ren "name" was Thutmose or Thoth story seem real. ~pg 3 Dr. York

 

That these people exist is true, but their claim to the title "Yogi "seems as absurd to the true Yogi as does the claim to the title "Doctor" on the part of the man who pares one’s corns seem to the eminent surgeon, or as does the title of "Professor," as assumed by the street corner vendor of worm medicine, seem to the President of Harvard or Yale. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

Smai did exist and is true, but Hindus claim to the title Yogi, which was taken from the Tama-reye "Egyptian."  That seems as absurd to the true Tama-reye "Egiptian" as does the claim to the title "Messiah" on the part of the Bible according to Daniel 9:25 when in fact it was taken from the Egiptian language Messeh which means "crocodile" because the fat of the crocodile was made into an oil that we with Tama-reyeaat "Egiptians" used to anoint. ~ pg 5-6 Dr. York

 

There have been for ages past in India and other Oriental countries men who devoted their time and attention to the development of Man, physically, mentally and spiritually. The experience of generations of earnest seekers has been handed down for centuries from teacher to pupil, and gradually a definite Yogi science was built up. To these investigations and teachings was finally applied the term "Yogi," from the Sanscrit word "Yug," meaning "to join." From the same source comes the English Word "yoke," with a similar meaning. Its use in connection with these teachings is difficult to trace, different authorities, giving different explanations, but probably the most ingenious is that which holds that it is intended as the Hindu equivalent for the idea conveyed by the English phrase, "getting into harness," or "yoking up," as the Yogi undoubtedly "gets into harness" in his work of controlling the body and mind by the Will. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

 There have been for ages in Egipt and Sumer, men who devoted their time and attention to the development of Homo Sapiens, etherically, mentally, and spiritually.  The experience of generations of earnest seekers has been handed down for centuries from Hery-Heb "Triad of Teachers" (the name Hery-Heb is Haru and Tehuti, the student and teacher) to the pupil gradually a definite Egiptian science was built up as the Ancient Egiptian Order.  To these investigations  and teachings were finally applied to the term "Egiptian" or Tama-reye which comes from the Egiptian words Ta-Ma-Re that which all humans and their Earth born gods need to exist 1) Earth 2) Water and 3) Sun.  The Egiptian smai taught Egiptian students a science symbolized as a working method of controlling the body and mind, by the will. ~ pg. 8 Dr. York

 

Yoga is divided into several branches, ranging from that which teaches the control of the body, to that which teaches the attainment of the highest spiritual development. In the work we will not go into the higher phases of the subject, except when the "Science of Breath" touches upon the same. The "Science of Breath" touches Yoga at many points, and although chiefly concerned with the development and control of the physical, has also its psychic side, and even enters the field of spiritual development. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

Smai which is the science of breathing is divided into several branches, ranging from what which teaches the control of the body to that which teaches the attainment of the highest spiritual development.  In this work I will not go into the higher phases of the subject except when the "Science of Breath" touches upon the same.  The "Science of Breath" touches Smai at many points, and although chiefly concerned with the development and control of the physical has also its etheric side and even enters the field of spiritual development. ~ pg 9 Dr. York

 

In India there are great schools of Yoga, comprising thousands of the leading minds of that great country. The Yoga philosophy is the rule of life for many people. The pure Yogi teachings, however, are given only to the few, the masses being satisfied with the crumbs which fall from the tables of the educated classes, the Oriental custom in this respect being opposed to that of the Western world. But Western ideas are beginning to have their effect even in the Orient, and teachings which were once given only to the few are now freely offered to any who are ready to receive them. The East and the West are growing closer together, and both are profiting by the close contact, each influencing the other. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

In ancient Egipt there were great schools of smai comprising thousands of the leading minds of that great country.  The smai doctrine was the rule of life for many people.  the pure smai teachings however, were given only to a few, the massing being satisfied with the crumbs which fell from the tables of the secret orders, the Egiptian custom in this respect being opposed to that of the Western world.  But Western ideas are beginning to have the effects even in the East, because the true Egiptian is not in the West.  Pa Tuta "The Evil One" can have old Egipt, for we have a new Egipt in the West.  The Sun Re is raising in the West as Atum-Re at Tama-Re "Egypt of the West" and the teachings which were once given only to the few are now freely offered to anyone who is ready to receive them.  The East and the West are being exchanged, and both profiting by this, at first it needed a face lift influencing the other, the West for the better. ~ pgs 9-10 Dr. York

 

The Hindu Yogis have always paid great attention to the Science of Breath, for reasons which will be apparent to the student who reads this book. Many Western writers have touched upon this phase of the Yogi teachings, but we believe that it has been reserved for the writer of this work to give to the Western student, in concise form and simple language, the underlying principles of the Yogi Science of Breath, together with many of the favourite Yogi breathing exercises and methods. We have given the Western idea as well as the Oriental, showing how one dovetails into the other. We have used the ordinary English terms, almost entirely, avoiding the Sanscrit terms, so confusing to the average Western reader. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

We Tama-reyeaat "Egiptians" have always paid great attention to smai "Science of Breath" for reasons which will be apparent to the student who reads this scroll.  Many Western writers have touched upon this phase of the Smai (Science of Breathing) teachings, but I know that it has been reserved for the writer of this work, Amunnubi Raakhptah the re-incarnation of Atum-Re to give the Western student, in concise form and simple language, the overlying principles of Smai (Science of Breath), as Nuwaupu together with many of the favorite Smai breathing exercises and methods.  I have given the Western idea as well as the Eastern, showing how one works into the other.  I have used the ordinary English terms, so confusing to the average Western reader, until they again make Nuwaupic their language, and that, I will also teach you. ~ pgs 10-11 Dr. York

 

The first part of the book is devoted to the physical phase of the Science of Breath; then the psychic and mental sides are considered, and finally the spiritual side is touched upon. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

The first part of this scroll is devoted to the physical phase of the science of breath; then the etheric and mental skies are considered, and finally the spiritual is touched upon. ~ pg 11 Dr. York

 

We may be pardoned if we express ourselves as pleased with our success in condensing so much Yogi lore into so few pages, and by the use of words and terms which may be understood by anyone. Our only fear is that its very simplicity may cause some to pass it by as unworthy of attention, while they pass on their way searching for something "deep," mysterious and non- understandable. However, the Western mind is eminently practical, and we know that it is only a question of a short time before it will recognize the practicability of this work. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

May i be pardoned if I express myself as pleased with my success in condensing so many Egiptian facts and knowledge into so few pages, and by the use of words and terms which may be over stood by anyone.  My only fear is that its very simplicity may cause some to pass it by as unworthy of attention, which they pass on their way searching for something "deep," mysterious and non-overstandable.  However, the Nuwaupian mind is outstandingly practical, and I know that it is only a question of a short time before it will recognize the practicability of this work. ~ pg 11 Dr. York

 

We greet our students, with our most profound salaam, and bid them be seated for their first lessons in the Yogi Science of Breath. ~ pg 1 Yogi Ramacharaka

 

I greet my students, with my most profound Utcha Wa Hotep Ila Antuten, "salutation and peace to you all" and bid them to be seated for their first revelations in the Smai "Science of Breath." ~ pg 11 Dr. York 

 

 

These quotes are just from page 1 of Ramacharaka's book.  There is much more throughout the entire book.  When Nuwaupians are presented with these facts they take their usual stance of denial and try to divert the issue.  Nuwaupians will begin to detach York from being the author, writer, or one responsible for his booklet.  Nuwaupians will try to make a point that York stated in his book that it say it is conferred by York as if that is to say he did not author the book.  Nuwaupian will try to ask questions like "Does York speak in the first person in the book?" which is an admission that they are unfamiliar with their own booklets because York does indeed speak in the first person throughout the booklet.  This is another example of Cognitive Dissonance among York's followers.