Tuesday, November 9, 2010

Kyra's Praise

I would like to extend great praise to Jeff Knight, Glen Cunningham, and LARSE for speaking up about JZ Knight/Ramtha's school for enlightenment. For those who do not know, JZ Knight claims to channel Ramtha, a 35,000-year-old Atlantean warrior. Ramtha says that we have the ability to perform seemingly supernatural abilities, including the ability to heal our bodies of incurable disease, communicate using ESP, and move objects with our minds (telekinesis). Ramtha's School of Enlightenment (RSE) has never offered verifiable proof of any of these supposed abilities.

Jeff Knight was JZ Knight's ex-husband, who did an interview in 1992 to expose JZ Knight. Glen Cunningham was Knight's bodyguard, who came forward to help others understand the sorts of goings on behind RSE's closed doors. LARSE is a group of former RSE students. Their wonderful interviews show us a new perspective of alleged channelers such as JZ Knight. The insights contained in them are an invaluable tool in understanding how self-professed channelers work.

Here are some of their videos:

Jeff Knight : Interview with JZ Knight's former husband.
Glen Cunningham Part 1 : Interview JZ Knight's former bodyguard.
Glen Cunningham Part 2 : Continuation of Glen Cunningham's interview.
LARSE Lecture : Former students speak up about the Ramtha School for Enlightenment.

For more information on LARSE, you can visit their website at http://www.enlightenmefree.com/.


  1. hi Kyra! wow...uhm, thankyou for helping to expose these people. I am in shock, have bought all of MYSS'S books, wanted to go to a RAMTHA lecture but couldn't afford it (duh). If I may ask, what is your take on authentic spirituality, does it even exist. I went from being completely new-age for more than 20 years, to being completeley sceptic, almost to the point of atheism. Do you think there exists something as the "spiritual realm", or the "energy body" ? just curious, great blog!

  2. Hey Anonymous,

    Thanks for the comment. Back in the day when I was immersed in New Age materials, I had most of Myss' books too. I owned Anatomy of the Spirit, Sacred Contracts, Entering the Castle, and another one that I can't remember the name of. I also listened to her podcast on Hay House radio occasionally. I only dabbled a bit into Ramtha, but since I was already involved with my channeler of preference, Abraham, I didn't really get into the material.

    Nowadays, after having researched a wide variety of religious claims, I am a happy skeptic. I would say that I fall somewhere between an agnostic and an atheist.

    Thanks again for the comment.