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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Good book Feb. 26 2013
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Good book good story, I've been following this man's works for years and this filled in the blanks about his life, Appreciated the book greatly
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To the best of my knowledge, this book has not yet been recommended by Veritas Publishing or the Hawkins family.
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2.0 out of 5 stars Interesting but uninspiring Nov. 5 2012
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If you are a student of Dr David Hawkins, this book will add little to his own books. If you are also a fan, then there are plenty of details in this book that I have not seen anywhere else. At the same time, the important events in the Doc's life have already been spoken of in the many lectures and interviews.
Overall this biography is very impersonal and spends about half the time talking about general backround data that anyone connected with Dr Hawkins would already know.
The doubt that the author exhibits in the later chapters becomes tiring after a while. Unfortunately the author does not believe that Dr Hawkins is a teacher of enlightenement, only a teacher of "his form of enlightenment". This pretty much limits the focus of this biography to a listing of facts and figures. I would have been interested in finding out how Dr Hawkins changed the lives of so many people, as he changed mine. To me this is the bottom line of a spiritual teacher. I am sure if the author had a better connection with Dr Hawkins *and* his teaching, he would have been able to produce a truly inspiring work.
If you like dates and facts and general backround, read this book. Otherwise, any single random page from a Dr Hawkins book is much more inspiring and useful. Thank you.
18 of 19 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars Content 4, Structure 2 Nov. 7 2012
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I discovered Dr. Hawkins via a dream that led me to attend one of his 2003 lectures. I was so impressed, I purchased the entire video lecture series. I was not disappointed and have since purchased and read several of Doc's books. I enjoyed this biography because it put a human face on the man who seemed larger than life to me. I'm delighted to find we had some of the same phobias and he overcame them--it gives me hope. I was also amazed at the wide range of his life's work. Doc was truly a modern day Da Vinci with a multitude of talents. He was indeed a genius!

I would have liked more insight into his personal life (marriages & children) which is merely skimmed over. I also found the lack of a straight timeline confusing. The author skipped back & forth in time making it hard to put events in context. It seems Doc picked up and moved to Sedona leaving his wife and daughters in New York. Had he divorced then? None of that is clear.

The fact this is not an "authorized" biography doesn't bother me a bit. Most biographies aren't authorized and the ones that are tend to sugar-coat the person's life. Even so, there was nothing in this biography that diminished my admiration for Dr. Hawkins. I now see his Enlightenment didn't come in a sudden flash, but was attained from decades of hard work & searching.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Makes the Doc Human! Jan. 6 2013
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Some reviewers don't like this book because they don't think it inspires like Dr. Hawkins' books. How could it? I don't believe that was the purpose. I am avid student of Dr. Hawkins' work. This book underscored that the highest spiritual states are achievable by all of us, which Dr. Hawkins always taught. For those of us who only met Dr. Hawkins after he was in the enlightened state it is an eye opener. It made me have more compassion for people who struggle with addictions. It also reminded me that Dr. Hawkins was a HUMAN BEING, a wonderful human being with his own quirks. Dr. Hawkins always told us that all a student owes a spiritual teacher is respect and to be careful not to deify the teacher. I don't find any of the materials disrespectful to Dr. Hawkins. I don't agree with everything in the book, but I don't feel that is necessary to find it of value.
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1.0 out of 5 stars Jeffrey's unauthorized, exploitative biography distorts the truth. Oct. 28 2012
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I am a devoted student of Dr. Hawkins teachings and felt compelled to write a thorough review in response to this biography after borrowing a friend's copy to read.

What kind of biography is this?

You're already likely well aware that Veritas Publishing sent out an announcement on behalf of Dr. Hawkins indicating that this is not an authorized biography and never received Dr. Hawkins' blessing. Moreover, for over two years Jeffrey never made any sincere, good faith effort to share his writings with Dr. Hawkins for collaboration, review and feedback.

Nevertheless, Jeffrey, in numerous online forums asserts that this is, indeed, an authorized biography. If so, why doesn't he use the word "authorized" in the book itself? Instead, in the book itself Jeffrey uses the word "definitive." Jeffrey writes, from his perspective, that no biography is ever truly definitive, and then he goes on to tell the reader that this biography is essentially as close as one might get to a definitive work given the circumstances.

So, is it definitive or authorized? It might be helpful to take a look at the well established categorical differences between definitive and authorized biographies and compare these criteria to the claims asserted by this author as to the nature of this one.

In his classic, "How to Read a Book," Mortimer Adler, the associate editor of The Great Books of the Western World, offers some helpful questions to ask when evaluating a biographical writing, as well as some key guidelines on the differences between a "definitive" and "authorized" biography. Adler's two guiding questions are "what is the author's purpose?, and "what are his criteria of truth?"

According to Adler, a definitive biography is "intended to be the final, exhaustive, scholarly work on the life of someone important enough to deserve a definitive biography." Notably, Adler writes "definitive" biographies "cannot be written about living persons" and seldom appear until after several "non-definitive" and "somewhat inadequate" works have first emerged. In other words, it will be some time before a truly definitive biography of Dr. Hawkins emerges. Adler notes that anyone with any kind of emotional relationship with a living figure is automatically disqualified as someone who can write a reliably definitive book. Jeffrey's position as a disillusioned, former student clearly disqualifies him from writing anything that is even remotely definitive.

Compared to a definitive work, an authorized biography, Adler notes, is "not the same thing at all." Authorized biographies are written "so that the errors the person made and the triumphs he achieved are seen in the best light possible." Adler captures the true spirit of authorized works by noting their implicit natural bias - "that this is the way the reader is expected to think of the book's subject; this is the way his friends and associates want him to be known to the world." Jeffrey's book completely fails in this respect.

After his data collection process Jeffrey did not collaborate with Dr. Hawkins on the content of the book itself. What is Jeffrey's explanation for this? Apparently, given that Dr. Hawkins signed a release with Jeffrey six years prior to publication, Jeffrey feels this qualifies his book as "authorized.". Even by the letter of the law this is a major stretch, and in terms of the the spirit of the law, which is everything, Jeffery's assertion is totally false. Authorized biographies are characterized by the full participation, cooperation, feedback and review by it's subject. That did not happen here.

Also, there are no pictures whatsoever. Intimate and private photos are customarily welcomed and much anticipated by readers of truly authorized works. The only image is the stiff, lifeless cover sketch which was copied from a very popular image of Dr. Hawkins many devout students of his teachings have passed along to one another (the actual image, by the way, is quite beautiful).

If this biography isn't authorized, nor definitive, then what is it?

Here we return to Adler's two significant questions - what is the author's purpose, and what are the author's criteria for truth? This review is my effort to answer those questions so that you are well aware of the true nature and purpose of this book before you consider purchasing it.

Important questions:

Why didn't Jeffrey make a sincere effort to share his writing with Dr. Hawkins in the two years prior to it's publication?

Jeffrey claims he had a difficult relationship with Susan. True or not true, this is irrelevant. Jeffrey also deceptively puts forth a rationalization that Dr. Hawkins was mentally out of commission and therefore no meaningful collaborative process would have been possible. Yet, in actuality, during this two year period Dr Hawkins gave several very lucid lectures in that time period and was busy editing and working on his final manuscript up until a month or so before his passing. In fact, many students feel that one of Dr. Hawkins most inspiring and profound lectures was given in May 2011.

So, we are obviously left with no honest and adequate answer to this question. Jeffrey also, rather deceptively, claims no "falling out" occurred between him and Dr. Hawkins. Yet Dr. Hawkins never had the opportunity to initiate a "falling out." So, the true answer is simple: Jeffrey had no intention of sharing his writings. Why? They would have revealed his distorted conclusions and dark intentions regarding Dr. Hawkins work.

What, then, are Jeffrey's true motives?

In the preface Jeffrey states that this biography is written from the perspective of a "former student" of Dr. Hawkins, and that this position as a "former student" gives him a greater degree of objectivity. Jeffrey's so called unique capacity to see the truth of Dr. Hawkins and his work is apparently also influenced, writes Jeffrey, by other teachings and interpretations he has studied.

Jeffrey states that he "still" believes Dr. Hawkins is a "great man who lived a remarkable life." The reader is naturally left wondering if Jeffrey "still" believes Dr. Hawkins is a good man who led an interesting life, what does Jeffrey no longer believe? He doesn't tell you directly. He tells you in the way he frames Dr. Hawkins' life and work, and in his interpretations of Dr. Hawkins and his teachings.

Jeffrey obviously had the option of disclosing his true perspectives to Dr. Hawkins. Instead, Jeffrey decided to share his opinions by way of deliberately distorting Dr. Hawkins' life and teaching, under the guise of a so called "authorized" biography.

Having read this book it is quite evident why Jeffrey did not present his writings to Dr. Hawkins. It would have automatically disqualified him as the right person to serve as an authorized biographer. Had Dr. Hawkins been aware of Jeffrey's undisclosed perspectives (the most significant I cover below) I can picture Dr. Hawkins laughing aloud, shaking his head and saying something to the effect of "well, thanks for your efforts but...maybe it's not a good idea for your to be our authorized biographer, after all."

What would you do if you were in Scott Jeffrey's position?

If you were commissioned to write an authorized biography of a great figure in which you had great faith in, but then came to no longer believe in some of the central tenets of this figure's essence and his work, wouldn't you make that known? Wouldn't you simply excuse yourself from the role and perhaps work out some kind of financial arrangement commensurate with your previous good faith efforts? I once heard a well known liberal photographer was asked to do a photoshoot of president George W. Bush. He declined the invitation (and therefore the potentially beneficial exposure and financial gain), noting that he did not feel that he could sincerely do the president justice and capture his essence and positive qualities because of his own personal bias. It is a shame Jeffrey lacked such integrity and transparency.

What does Jeffrey no longer believe about Dr. Hawkins and his work?

It is obvious in reading this book Jeffrey does not feel k-testing is trustworthy and does not feel that Dr. Hawkins truly is a Mystic. Had he revealed these beliefs as biographer, Dr. Hawkins would have kindly asked him to step down from his role. In addition to these two monumental biases on Jeffrey's part, throughout the book Jeffrey also makes a number of slyly disparaging remarks about Dr. Hawkins. He calls into question Dr. Hawkins' sincerity by way of how he frames Dr. Hawkins' life events and choices. Throughout this book there are numerous overt and subtle suggestions by the author that Dr. Hawkins acted - historically and very recently - out of greed, paranoia, untruthfulness, evasiveness and personal gain. Jeffrey would assert, of course, that he is merely presenting objective facts as facts. But the presentations of those facts, Jeffrey's interpretations, and the selection of the data say more about Jeffrey than Dr. Hawkins himself. As Adler notes on the importance of discerning a biographer's intentions, "words don't write themselves."

Jeffrey no longer believes in k-testing as presented by Dr. Hawkins.

Jeffrey clearly finds K-testing and consciousness research to be totally untrustworthy, and simply a reflection of Dr. Hawkins emotional and political bias. When Jeffrey writes about Dr. Hawkins book, Truth vs Falsehood, for instance, he states "David felt compelled to share his truth as he understood it." This is in direct contrast to the nature of k-testing and Dr. Hawkins' assertions that the results of his research do not reflect a personal bias. This is no minor distortion and would have immediately disqualified him as an authorized biographer had the Jeffrey disclosed this perspective with Dr. Hawkins. Again, while Jeffrey "still" believes Dr. Hawkins is a great man, he clearly does not believe in the validity and trustworthiness of k-testing, or, as he puts it, Hawkins' "brand" of truth.

What about Dr Hawkins' spiritual enlightenment?

Jeffrey has a true knack for making Dr. Hawkins' most profound spiritual realizations read flatly and trivially. He does this when he writes about Dr. Hawkins January 10, 1965 descent into the pits of hell and ultimate realization of Divinity, as well as when he writes about other high realizations Dr. Hawkins has written and spoken about. As a reader it is clear that Jeffrey very deliberately calls into question Dr. Hawkins place as a Mystic. In his concluding paragraphs, for instance, Jeffrey writes, "If he is a mystic...." Key word, "If."

What about the "other teachings and interpretations" which apparently influenced Jeffrey's decision to describe himself as a "former student" of Dr. Hawkins?

Jeffrey doesn't say, but one can venture a number of guesses as to where Jeffrey parts ways with Dr. Hawkins. For instance, Jeffrey attempts to present a favorable/compassionate view of relativism as compared to Dr. Hawkins' contextualization of it. Reading Jeffrey's account you get the feeling as a reader that Jeffrey disagrees with Dr. Hawkins conclusions about the destructive nature of moral relativism, for instance, in its various expressions. You're left with the sense that Jeffrey feels that Dr. Hawkins consciousness research and writings on the nature of activism, environmentalism, and political correctness, for instance, are too narrow. From Jeffrey's perspective, Dr Hawkins' calibrations on these matters are not representative of a discernable and verifiable truth, but reflective of Dr. Hawkins midwest upbringing, his emotional biases and his limited, absolutist value structure.

What quote do you presume Jeffrey chose to conclude this biography with?

Jeffrey quotes a 1997 statement Dr. Hawkins made in which he used the word "guru" in his description on the role of the teacher of enlightenment. In later years, it was discovered thanks to consciousness research, that the word "guru" no longer calibrates above 200 as it once did. Consequent to the glamorization and commercialization of the word beginning in the 60s and 70s it no longer means what it used to mean, and Dr. Hawkins deliberately avoided the use of this word once he made this discovery. It is a well known fact among students of Dr. Hawkins work that the word "guru" no longer calibrates above 200. Jeffrey's choice to end his biography with a quotation by Dr. Hawkins in which Dr. Hawkins utilized the word guru clearly reflects Jeffrey's backhanded dismissal of consciousness research and a complete disrespect of Dr Hawkins and his teachings.

Final Impressions

This book is void of love. Not only is it void of any sense of love for it's subject, Dr. Hawkins, it reads, on the whole in a flat and robotic manner. In my experience of reading authorized biographies about famous historical figures or well regarded mystics and spiritual teachers, my heart is always moved, and in many cases truly inspired. Not so here. Not once. There is a complete lack of any testimony or commentary from those who love Dr. Hawkins and have been touched by his life and teachings. Jeffrey could not, of course, include such accounts. They would call into question his conclusions, and true intention in writing this work.

Underneath all of the historical aspects of Dr. Hawkins' life, Jeffrey's writing calls into question that which matters most. Not what Doc studied in high school, but the very authority of Dr. Hawkins as a Mystic, and the validity and true essence of the core of his teachings on k-testing and consciousness research. What could be more dark than to diminish Dr. Hawkins and leave the reader with lingering doubt, wondering why Jeffrey no longer believes in Dr. Hawkins or his work?

Dr. Hawkins teaches that falsehood is expressed in two forms: the luciferic and the satanic (I recognize I am assessing Jeffrey's work from within the framework of the teachings of Dr. Hawkins). The satanic is obvious to discern, in that it's falsehood is blatantly evil (rape, hatred, violence, etc). The luciferic is more difficult to discern because it begins with integrous content, and then by way of a distortion of context inverts the meaning of said content - all in the name of truth. I truly believe this book is luciferic. It takes the truth and beauty of Dr. Hawkins and his work, and in the name of objectivity, calls into question Dr. Hawkins' true essence and the profundity of his presence and teachings.

Should you read it?

Be forewarned that you will expose yourself to a luciferic energy. This whole controversy reminds me of Dr Hawkins' commentary on his disapproval of the Catholic Church's decision to publish Mother Teresa's private writings against her explicit wishes. When I learned of this I could not stomach reading the rest of Mother Teresa's private writings, which I happened to be reading at the time. Dr Hawkins' has suggested that many may be disheartened and harmed in their spiritual growth by reading about things Mother Teresa meant to keep private, such as her despair. I know who and what Dr. Hawkins is and the truth of his work is without question. I decided to read this book because I felt compelled to review it and then offer my sincere perspective on the matter, out of my love for Dr. Hawkins and my love for Truth. If you do decide to read it, borrow someone else's copy so that Jeffrey doesn't profit on such a disgusting betrayal.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Elitist Hooked on the Shadow Elite Jan. 28 2014
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After the passing of psychiatrist David Hawkins (9/2012) the book Doctor of Truth. The Life of David R. Hawkins, written by his former ardent student, promoter, editor and officially appointed biographer Scott Jeffrey, helped me to grasp the bigger picture concerning my former teacher. Here I will connect some dots that were not expressly outlined in DoT.

From SJ's first disclosure book "Doctor of Truth" (ch. 8 105-2012) I had learned that in the 50ties DH was a friend of Bob Roberts, who had married into the Rockefeller family*♦⚡.
In 1958, Roberts' father-in-law made one phone call to obtain the state licence for DH's non-profit, tax-exempt clinic North Nassau Mental Health Center on Long Island - almost instantly. Saving DH 2 years of delay, the only proviso for this favor was:
⚑ Roberts (aka Rockefellers) was to be on the board of directors of DH's alternative health clinic.

The CIA funded MKUltra Project on crowd mind control had Canadian psychiatrists under contract for LSD testing on schizophrenics/alcoholics:
⚑ Ewen Cameron [head of CPA and APA, criminal memory thief]
⚑ Abram Hoffer, ⚑ Humphry Osmond, ⚑ Ross MacLean - all crosslinked to NWO architect Aldous Huxley*.
Closely related to these colleagues, DH led a clinic on Long Island that was well suited to also perform such experimentations.

In 1958 DH moved to the Oyster Bay area on Long Island harboring the exclusive Creek Club founded by J.P. Morgan* [Field LoC 420] and the Locust Beach Valley Club. New York City's superrich met in the Colony, the University, and certain exclusive men's clubs⚡.

Scott Jeffrey did not explicitely name DH's "desirable assets" (DoT ch. 11 159-2012) that were of interest for the NWO agenda. Some intergenerational assets that I can see are:
⚑ In 1636 DH's famous ancestor Roger Williams (1603-1683) founded the first Baptist church in United States.
⚑ DH's greatgrandfather David G. Hooker* (1830-1888) made a fortune as insurance enterpreneur and 33° Freemason.
⚑ DH's adopted "greatgrandfather" Sigmund Freud* [LoC 499], both atheist and confessed "fanatical Jew", foreign fellow of the Royal Society*, was briefly directing the Tavistock Clinic/Institute* (1938-1939) in London, then the world's "scientific authority" on PTSD (of shell shocked WWI soldiers) and programming via ritual abuse to be funneled into crowd mind control.

So DH was invited into a, nowhere listed, highly-exclusive Locust Valley area club for superwealthy families and chief executives of major foundations and international investment banks. Most club members were the invisible movers and shakers* of industry and politics.

Escorted by his sponsor Bob Roberts, DH spent a day in New York City to meet each member of the board of directors of the secret elite club (J.P. Morgan*, E.F. Hutton*, Rockefellers*♦⚡). Acceptance into this enclave was a matter of class.

DH shared on his audition day, "Each of them leaned over backwards to put me at ease in what could otherwise have been an awkward situation. Each one of them could have bought and sold me hundred times over and yet they treated me with precise equality." ('Success is for the few', manuscript, 242, Veritas Publishing, 1991)

DH wrote a eulogy on the shadow power elite, "Many of the richest people in the world that I have known felt that it was unseemly to be ostentatious in their display of wealth because it created envy, discomfort, hostility, and jealousy in others." ('Success is for the few', manuscript, 230, Veritas Publishing, 1991)

DH concluded, "Paradoxically, the elite are unknown to society and avoid publicity and celebrities. They live in very private enclaves and belong to clubs unheard of by the media. Mutual recognition is by subtlety, and pretense is quickly detected by even a single glance or intonation. Nobody "wants" anything or is seeking gain, approval, or recognition, and celebrity status is avoided." (TvF ch. 12 Problematic Issues 205-2005)

Despite DH's years as a regularly traveling hermit living in a "monastery of two" and his happiest phase as a "dung baron", wishing to be a janitor in Chartres cathedral, he remained an elitist enthralled by the glamor of the elite. Not only denying his own shadow, he was also oblivious to the shadow of well known American philanthropists, who are members of the Committee of 300 and who sponsor the NWO plan of "people culling":
"... creativity and ingenuity are exemplified by the legendary life of Andrew Carnegie♦ (cal. LoC 490) (1835-1919) [...]. The great philanthropic foundations are legendary (Rockefeller*♦⚡, Gates*, [Buffet*⚡], Carnegie♦, Ford*, Mellon*, et al.) and pour billions of dollars back into society." (TvF ch. 10 America 164/165-2005)

At age 16, DH's drinking buddy was homosexual Louie Rove, who often acted outrageously and was the father of
⚑ Karl Rove⚡ ["Bush's Brain"], who is known as the architect of the Republican Party and the adviser of president G.W. Bush*⚡ (2000-2008).

Strikingly, DH offered considerably high ranking calibrations of world renown leaders, whose crimes against humanity are noted:
⚑ Mother Teresa [LoC 710] [led a cultic order as the world's richest Catholic nun, advised 90% of collected donations to the Vatican Bank*],
⚑ Joseph Alois Ratzinger (Pope Benedict XVI)* [LoC 570],
⚑ Colin Powell*⚡ [LoC 460] [war criminal],
⚑ G.W. Bush*⚡ [LoC 450] [US president convicted in absentia for war crimes by a Kuala Lumpur tribunal, May 14, 2012], son of US president George W.H. Bush*⚡ [LoC 400],
⚑ Kim Il-sung [LoC 400's] [North Korea's communist leader]. (DoT ch. 18 284-2012)

DH differentiated between true statesmen [LoC 415/430] (most all American presidents) and exploitative politicians [LoC 180/190]. He favored the politics of compliant NWO servants:
⚑ Ronald Reagan*⚡ [Influence LoC 502] [introduced "friendly fascism" as in neoconservative "trickle down" economics],
⚑ Mikhail Gorbachev* [Influence LoC 500].

Leaning to neoconservative politics, DH placed plutocratic oligarchy over democracy. In 2005 he wrote in TvF ch. 15 316: "The sources of valuable information for politicians need to come from advisory committees and experts external to the politicial process itself." His calibrations favored:
⚑ Thomas Sowell [LoC 480] [social theorist at NWO think tank The Hoover Institution],
⚑ Milton Friedman [LoC 400] [servant of the NWO think tank Club of Rome*, Heritage student, who pushed deregulated casino capitalism] (TvF 254-2005),
⚑ Alan Greenspan* [LoC 400] [confessed student of failed objectivism as promoted by]
⚑ Ayn Rand [LoC 400] [former Rothchild* mistress, who designed one pillar of the GOP],
⚑ Knights of Columbus [LoC 360] [secretive Catholic men's fraternity with untoward initiation ritual],
⚑ UNESCO [LoC 355] (TvF 265-2005),
NOTE: Cofounder and first director of UNESCO, Sir Julian Huxley was DH's indirect mentor. Sprung from a eugenicist dynasty, he used UNESCO as a springboard for propaganda and worldwide standardized indoctrination (dumbing down education).
⚑ The Heritage Foundation [LoC 265] [NWO think tank merging Right and Left of the power elites, financed by billionaire Coors, foundations Carnegie-Mellon-Rockefeller [LoC 400], and corporate oligarchs Koch brothers].

Furthermore, DH backed totalitarian thought leaders and dystopian NWO architects:
⚑ Plato* (427-347 BC) [LoC 485] [totalitarian elitist philosopher],
⚑ Thomas R. Malthus* (1766-1834) [LoC 480] [scarcity economics theorist] (RSMM 87-2008),
⚑ Thomas Henry Huxley* (1825-1895) [LoC 460] [eugenicist, forerunner of Social Darwinism] (RSMM 87-2008),
⚑ Bertrand Russell* (1872-1970) [LoC 465] [Tavistock NWO architect],
⚑ Aldous Huxley* (1894-1963) [LoC 485/425] [Tavistock NWO architect, LSD/mescaline consumption via Hoffer/Osmond] (PvT ch. 9 160-2013).

DH favored fellow gurus, famed preachers, scientists, and social climbing businessmen/politicians:
⚑ Muktananda [LoC 655] [sexual abuser of minors and members, violent and greedy guru],
⚑ Billy Graham* [LoC 460/570],
⚑ Mel Gibson* [Opus Dei member, confessed Multiple Personality Disorder],
⚑ Wernher von Braun [LoC 400] [Nazi war criminal],
⚑ Arnold Schwarzenegger*⚡ [LoC 400s?] [Hollywood terminator, pro-death penalty, Karl Rove's mentee],
⚑ Tiger Woods [top athlete, mind-controlled since childhood],
⚑ Sam Walton / Wal-Mart [LoC 365] [multinational family owned retail corporation exploiting staff and tax payers].

Watching his favored TV channel, Rupert Murdoch's*⚡ Fox News, DH - under-handedly or openly - advised his students
⚑ to refrain from challenging authority,
⚑ to pay income tax [the result of fraudulent takeover by private bankers] (Success lecture, Oct 3, 2009),
⚑ to vote! - favorably for the US American Republican Party [one side of the eagle's wings],
⚑ to adopt the governmentally funded and backed spin on the 9/11 attacks [LoC 255/305] (TvF 296/297, 301-2005),
⚑ to abstain from activism/environmentalism [which could derail NWO installations],
⚑ to dismiss results of investigative journalism i.e. "conspiracy theories" as "below 200".

SJ wrote, "Most of what Hawkins calibrates below 200, I believe, can be interpreted as shadow elements repressed by his (and many of our) conscious personality. As we integrate our shadow, we begin to see that absolute good and absolute evil do not and cannot exist." (PvT Appendix C "Mining Our Personal Shadow" 2013)

Pursuing the American Dream, DH
⚑ sided with the "successful" to gain promotion, connections, investment tips, titles, and even dissembled "endorsements",
⚑ expressed elitist/sexist views in unpublished manuscripts titled "Success is for the few" (1991) and "Inside the Male Psyche."

Born in 1927, DH repeated the behavioral patterns set by both of his parents
⚑ lifelong multiaddict, married three times.

Early childhood trauma results in longterm brain damage i.e. a dissociative disorder in adult life. As a bullied child DH suffered panic attacks, as a (depressive) adult he was adverse to emotions ("oversensitivity"). Influenced by his cowriter and later dismissed cult leader Lester Levenson (1974-1984), ⚑ he denied vulnerability. In the early 80ties DH/LL wrote, "The truly humble cannot be humbled. They are immune to humiliation." (published as 'Letting Go', 142-2012)
Note: Humiliation is degrading the other, humbling is taking down one's shield of pride (elitism).
⚑ On stage and in his literature DH spoke of himself predominantly in the third person, whereas in private company he spoke normal in the first person. (PvT ch. 8 153-2013)
⚑ DH allowed Asian devotees to kiss his shoes (somebodyness, cult of personality), while he preferred nobodyness and yearned for nothingness.

"Permanently enlightened" via an LSD trip, DH stated:
⚑ "Most self-proclaimed messiahs are suffering from the manic phase of a bipolar mental disorder". ("I: Reality and Spirituality" ch. 1 15-2003)
⚑ A "savior, messiah, Christ, Buddha, Krishna, Brahma, avatar, enlightened sage, great teacher" reflects Divinity and renews "faith and peace" which "reenergizes" all mankind to eventually merge in the "pathway" (new religion) of DH's "devotional nonduality". (TvF 179-2005)
⚠ SIDENOTE: Springing from the Tavistock Clinic NWO think tank is the installation of a new religion represented by a new world teacher such as David Hawkins and his devotional "pathway".

DH gave doublebind (mixed) messages to his students by suggesting:
⚑ to have "blind faith" in the true teacher [him] and the [his] true teachings (including calibrations), (I:R&S ch. 2 32-2003)
⚑ to "test everything." (Final public lecture, Prescott, Sep 17, 2011)
⚠ SIDENOTE: Fundamentalism by nature infantilizes, hence it doesn't allow for testing.

As the common root of a cluster of 'unsolvable' social ailments DH named
⚑ OVERPOPULATION (I:R&S ch. 4 57/59-2003).
⚠ SIDENOTE: The overpopulation myth was first conceived by Thomas Malthus and Darwin's cousin Francis Galton in 1798. Eugenicists Carnegie-Rockefeller-Harriman-Sanger felt justified to "cull" poor and racially inferior "useless eaters" in the beginning 1900s. Paul Ehrlich's 1968 book "The Population Bomb" spread inaccurate predictions. China's one-child policy, rationalized by DH, is based on the 1974 study of the Club of Rome*, one of the many social engineering institutions of the power elite. Currently, depopulation is carried out by pseudo-philanthropists Rockefeller-Turner-Gates-Buffet [LoC 400] poisoning people via vaccination, GMO foods and chemtrails.

30 years of comparative global statistical research by economic historian Richard Wilkinson revealed as the common denominator of sociological predicaments:
⚑ the INCOME INEQUALITY GAP (HUMILIATION stress) (2005/2009).
Worldwide in 2000, there were 2 billion children aged 0-14. UN estimates that this number of minors will remain unchanged up to 2100. Humanity is growing older, yet doesn't overpopulate any longer.

Calling fraudulent vaccine inventors the "greatest scientists" (RSMM 87-2008, TvF 139-2005), DH failed to notice the crippling vaccicide as part of the NWO agenda:
⚑ Edward Jenner [LoC 450],
⚑ Louis Pasteur [LoC 465/485] [admitted his fraud on his death bed],
⚑ Jonas Salk [LoC 455/460] [eugenicist].

The exposed cult leader DH adhered to the elements that constitute religious cults:
⚑ 1. SAVIOR myth, 2. "true teachings" myth, and 3. "chosen people"★ myth.
★Note: DH started to draw a community from around the globe that he marked as "the most evolved group living on earth" mainly via the promotion of his first book Power vs. Force by internationally reknowned motivational speaker Wayne Dyer (2000-~2003) and various Internet channels.

Engaged in what is called the "enlightenment business", DH
⚑ collected donations amounting to $2.3 million by 2008, which he had invested.
Instead of exposing the systematic deception of humanity, DH continued to churn
⚑ the myths of the old [supposedly new] world order.

⚑ Patriotic, not worldcentric, DH favored the United States as "the greatest nation".
⚑ Adhering to authoritarianism couched in the model of scarcity/competition, DH justified the circumstance that big dogs terrorize little dogs.
⚑ Oblivious to 95% of peaceful metahistory, DH focussed on 5% of recorded human history i.e. domination by wars.
⚑ Eager to enlist for WWII at age 17!, DH approved of war as a means to balance karma, omitting that violence begets more violence and continued blood sacrifice empowers superrich psychopaths.
⚑ Neglecting social equality and adverse to social justice, DH sang the hymns as the global elite.
⚑ Unable to honor the Divine Feminine and wary of (his) emotions, DH avoided to address the cultural "great wound" (soul loss) due to the subjugated Yin aspect.
⚑ Implied "Avatar of the Aquarian Age", DH adhered to a policy of secrecy and avoided full disclosure i.e. transparency [LoC 425], which is the most feared feature of the emerging new paradigm.

Most of the "truth researcher's" confessions were left to the discretion of his confidant and biographer Scott Jeffrey. During six years of collecting and researching contradicting and unsettling life data both handed to him by DH and found along the way, he matured while discovering what's driving DH's narrative ("true teachings"), his fellow students and himself. Conscientious profiler, SJ boldly disclosed the pristine and awful truth on his former teacher and role model of 10 years
⚑ first in the biography "Doctor of Truth" (10/2012) and
⚑ in a more detailed and outspoken manner in Power vs. Truth: Peering Behind the Teachings of David R. Hawkins, four months later.

* member of central NWO outlets: Committee of 300 / 33° Freemason / Bilderberg Group / Skull and Bones / Knights of Malta
⚡ member of the ultra-secretive club Bohemian Grove (*1872) [by invitation only annual men's party for 2000 conservative elite males aged 50+]
♦ Edwin Black, American Roots of Nazi Eugenics, September 2003
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