Guru Rasa - so controversial she's been banned from Facebook five times in 13 months
Guru Rasa Von Werder
So controversial she's been banned again
Who is at the centre of so much controversy that they have been banned five times in 13 months? No, it's not David Icke, or Charlie Sheen, Marilyn Manson or any of the other controversial male celebrities but a woman promoting matriarchy. Guru Rasa von Werder has just had her site at Facebook disabled again after losing another four previous versions and despite having many thousands of friends and fans.
Guru Rasa, whose real name is Kellie Everts, also lost her site and hundreds of videos at YouTube some years back, so why is this? What is so terrible about what she posts that it is not deemed suitable for public viewing at social networking and video sites?
So why does Guru Rasa get into so much trouble with her sites? What do people find so offensive?
Well, Rasa speaks out openly about matriarchy as the way forward, she speaks out about the horrific animal abuse that continues, she speaks out about the appalling sexual abuse of women and children. She makes a very valid point that the vast majority of all this violence is carried out by men, not women!
Guru Rasa believes herself to be an avatar for Mother God, as she calls the Divine Creator, and believes she is ushering in the future world run by women as a matriarchy. Her many disciples agree with her.
She regularly posts the views of author William Bond along with news of her own many book titles. William has written much on the subject of matriarchy over the years. Rasa's books are available from her lulu.com store.
Rasa believes that women are superior to men and backs this up with scientific facts about their genes. She also quotes Oxford Professor Bryan Sykes who has forecast that human males are going to become extinct in the future due to their crumbling genetic make-up. This is not her own biased view but that of a respected academic expert in genetic science. He writes of his research and conclusions in his book Adam's Curse: A Future Without Men.
Rasa and William are quick to point out, and I would totally agree with them, that the overwhelming amount of ongoing violence, death and destruction on this planet is, and has been, caused by men and the patriarchal system, and that it does not have to be this way because there were once matriarchal societies here that have been carefully omitted from the history and archaeology that gets taught.
Ask yourself, do women make wars? Who mainly fight in the wars? The answer on both counts is that it is men. Look at the world now and ask yourself this question: are the male leaders making a good job of running it? Surely the logical solution is that women should run the world, in other words a matriarchy?
American Indian actor and activist Russell Means believes in matriarchy as the only solution to world problems too and has spoken at length in many YouTube video lectures he has given on the subject.
Dawn Sears, aka hubber BrainFire, believes in a matriachal future for the world too and has published articles about it, as well as running the matriarch lifestyle website and organisation. It was actually Dawn who alerted me to the fact that Rasa's site at Facebook was unavailable again.
Guru Rasa links
- Rasa Von Werder\'s Storefront - Lulu.com
- Kellie Everts aka Guru Rasa Von Werder interviewed
1. Please introduce yourself to my readers. Steve, where do I begin, without sounding like a lunatic? OK, many people believe, & I agree with them, that I am an avatar sent by...
- My Guru, Professor Rasa von Werder of University of MotherGod Church
Facebook group for My Guru, Professor Rasa von Werder of University of MotherGod Church
Before changing her name and becoming known as Guru Rasa von Werder, Kellie Everts became famous for being the "Stripper for God" and also as the first world-recognised female body-builder. In Feb. 2007, the World Body-building Guild awarded her the “progenitor” title, as the founder of “modern competitive female body building.”
She was attacked by many people for her views back then so is no stranger to controversy and so it continues. But ask yourself why Guru Rasa is stirring up so much fuss that she gets her sites banned? Perhaps she is viewed as a serious threat to the corrupt patriarchal system and its values?.
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