His Eminence Cardinal A. J. Simonis
I would like to ask your attention to the following matter.
For two years already I have been
working voluntarely for the exbaba
Sai Baba is an Indian
guru, who has millions of followers in
Because of the spread of the
internet during the last few years, the bad side of this 'Godman'
Many formal complaints against Sai Baba have already been lodged with the FBI in the
Most leading newspapers in the world have done important research and written considerable articles (all of them can be read on our site), USA (SALON.COM), UK (TIMES OF LONDON, DAILY TELEGRAPH), DENMARK (BT), SWEDEN (SØKAREN), HOLLAND (TROUW), GERMANY (BILD, FOCUS), INDIA (INDIA TODAY), AUSTRALIA (THE AGE), CANADA (OTTAWA CITIZEN, TORONTO STAR, VANCOUVER SUN) etc.
For our group and for me it is important to convince you and the other important leaders of the Roman Catholic church, warning you against the enormous influence this Sai Baba has on millions of people in the whole world.
As I have already mentioned, a great many members of the Indian government are devotees (= dedicated persons) of Sai Baba. Besides the premier some people in the Defence Ministry, several other former prime ministers, the judiciary, the government and diplomats are all faithful followers and believe he is the highest of all sacred incarnations.
So far this is only a sketch of
the situation in
My question is: Are there any possible influences in the catholic church with regard to the teachings of Sai Baba?
I ask you this question, because I had an unpleasant experience during a phone call with pastor B.J.van Schaik from Vossemeer, tel.016750 2385 (no email-address).He is a devotee of Sai Baba and is going to deliver a lecture during the Unity of Faiths Seminar in Grootebroek (near Enkhuizen) on August 31.
During this meeting representatives of various religions, including followers of Sai Baba, are to be present there. Pastor Van Schaik will possibly link up Sai Baba and the catholic faith.
On August 20th I phoned pastor Van Schaik in the evening and asked him if he knew Sai Baba. He answered affirmatively. When I mentioned the fraud around Sai Baba he said he knew much of this 'slander' and then answered: ' I know what I know and that's enough'. He did not wish any discussion about this subject. Shortly after I phoned him again, but instead of listening he replaced the receiver.
What struck me during this short conversation was that he said he followed the way of God (of course a very good way), but apparently he shuts his eyes when I speak about the allegations (according to me, true facts) concerning Sai Baba.
Of course it is not my intention to play the 'squealer'. Naturally I am convinced of the bona fides of pastor Van Schaik. Maybe he was frightened because of my two phone calls, but I intended to warn him. Moreover it is well-known that the process of discovering the truth concerning this Indian guru will be painful for many people.
Thus my letter. You may contact me on my email-address email@example.com
Many thanks for your attention and possible reaction to this letter.
With kind regards,