PRINCESS ELIZABETH : A GREAT CATaSTROPHE

LETTER TO PRINCESS ELIZABETH

Mama, (Om Radhe) President of Om Mandli, wrote to leading figures of the day, passionately sharing the understanding of world processes, as understood  at Brahma Kumaris. 

Below is her letter to Princess Elizabeth, the present Queen Elizabeth, who was 13 at the time. This letter, like much of Brahmakumaris philosophy  1936-1969,  is innocent, impassioned and  oddly endearing .

 

Copy of the letter dated the 16th.March.1939. from Om Radhe to her Royal Highness Princess Elizabeth. Buckingham Palace , London

 

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 I have sent you enclosed herein some discourses of Self-Realization.

 

        The World is facing a great catastrophe very shortly as our sisters and brothers see with Divine Insight, and those with Spiritual Strength alone can survive. Spiritual Force is the strongest of all and this can alone triumph over the forces of science. Without the force of Self-realization, without being the True Defender of Faith none can succeed in the impending great war. The time for the establishment of Spiritual Kingdom on Earth is fast approaching and for this my army in which there are young and old with their ages ranging from 5 years and upwards are getting ready, against whom thee is great agitation and uproar, as it was in the days of Krishna and Christ. 

 

             So, dear sister, have self-realization and attain the true sovereignty of the World.

 

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