It is important for new yoga students & Sikhs to see the truth about Yogi Bhajan's Kundalini Yoga : Criminal indictment & judgment against kundalini yoga teacher Harijiwan Singh Khalsa!

by Gursant Singh ⌂ @, Yuba City California USA, Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 20:42 (3988 days ago) @ Gursant Singh
edited by Gursant Singh, Tuesday, July 16, 2013, 20:51

Before taking a yoga class from Harijiwan, watch this video: Yogi Bhajan's tantric Yoga teachers' Criminal activities exposed in this eye-opening video!


This video shows court documents on the criminal activities and other fraudulent schemes of Yogi Bhajan's cult members. I also recommend you visit these links for much more on the numerous cases:


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Premka Kaur Khalsa Affidavit
Yogi Bhajan Kundalini Yoga 3HO Akal Security

What did it mean to be Yogi Bhajan's "Personal" Secretary? Premka Kaur Khalsa explains. "Not long after Bhajan requested that I serve as his chauffeur, secretary and general aide, he began to have sexual intercourse with me. This relationship was not romantic or erotic. The first time was when I had driven him to the parking lot across the street from his apartment. He simply put his body on mine in a way which even then impressed me as being gross and impersonal; it occurred as just one more of the jobs which by then I was expected to do for him."
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This video also contains the Criminal indictment and judgment in the United States District Court for the District of Colorado against Harijiwan Singh Khalsa who spent 18 months in Federal prison for fraud case no. 99-CR-00242-WYD.

Article from:Rocky Mountain News (Denver, CO) Article date:August 17, 2000Author:Gutierrez, Byline: Hector Gutierrez News Staff Writer

A Los Angeles man dubbed the ``toner bandit'' has been ordered to spend 24 months in prison and pay $155,371 to hundreds of customers in a mail and tax fraud case.

Harijiwan Singh Khalsa, 43, tried to swindle more than 1,060 people of $315,218 by using fraudulent invoices, the U.S. Attorney's Office said Wednesday.

The other Yogi Bhajan right hand man Hari Jiwan Singh was charged in a gemstone marketing scam: Gemstone Telemarketers Agree to Pay Monetary Judgment to Settle FTC Charges FTC News Release August 18, 1998Three California-based telemarketing companies and their owner, Hari Jiwan Singh Khalsa, have agreed to settle charges filed by the Federal Trade Commission as part of "Project Field of Schemes" -- a sweep targeted at investment-related fraud -- alleging that they made numerous misrepresentations when soliciting consumers to buy gemstones as investments. The settlement requires Khalsa to post a $100,000 bond before engaging in, or assisting others engaged in, telemarketing activities. In addition, the defendants have agreed to a monetary judgment that requires the defendants to forfeit most of their assets.In June 1997, the FTC filed charges against the following entities: Sweet Song Corporation, also doing business as Windsor & White Trading Co. and d/b/a Pacific Wellington Associates; Tsavorite Sword Corporation, d/b/a Pacific Wellington Associates; Ron Hudson, Inc., d/b/a Pacific Wellington Associates; Hari Jiwan Singh Khalsa, also known as Stephen Jon Oxenhandler, a/k/a Bob Thomas; and Siri Ram Singh Khalsa, a/k/a William Taylor, a/k/a Phillip Anderson, as part of "Project Field of Schemes." This enforcement effort was comprised of approximately 61 law-enforcement actions with a major consumer education component. In its complaint detailing the charges, the FTC alleged that the defendants routinely misrepresented the risk, value, appreciation and liquidity of the gemstones they sold and falsely claimed that consumers would realize tremendous profits. In addition, the defendants falsely pledged that they could and would easily liquidate consumers’ gemstone portfolios after an 18-month holding period. In fact, according to the FTC, the defendants typically ceased all contact with consumers and refused to liquidate their stones after the 18-month period.

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