Posts Tagged ‘BUPC’


Part 8: The Mysterious Disappearance of the Second International Baha’i Council

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After I did what I could to help rescue the the Baha’i Faith, built the tools Neal Chase would need for communications and got removed by the sIBC for breaking the Covenant for exposing Carlotta Geesen’s Covenant breaking scheme against the guardian Neal Chase and fellow sIBC member Victor Woods, I called Nefratiri Weeks (my ex-wife and mother of our son, Josiah). This call was also on that Saturday. Nef was shunnning me as per Carlotta’s orders from the sIBC announcement. She could still talk to me though because we had a son together and he was like 3 or 4. I called her and asked how Josiah was and then I asked her what she was going to do about this whole fiasco. She answered, “everyone down here is shunning you, Neal and Victor. However, Robert, I just want to know one thing. Is Neal the Guardian?” I answered, “what did I tell you about that while we were up in Alaska? That is what I still believe. But, why don’t you call Neal or come and talk to Neal about it yourself?” Read the rest of this entry »

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Part 7: How Robert Wright Rescued the Baha’i Faith

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Neal got pretty fed up with the stress and fiasco down in Glenwood Springs and He went up to Missoula. This is where the sIBC meetings were held also. Tom Maley let Neal stay in his basement guest room. A couple weeks later, I was on edge also and feeling like I would be better off somewhere other than Glenwood Springs. I was also weary of the chatter and back-biting. I was feeling a draw to go south for the Winter. So I decided I was going to Arizona while I was packed light and had no rental agreements or utilities binding me to any municipality. Before I headed out though, on a hunch, I called Neal in Missoula to bounce it off of him.

That conversation went something like this: Read the rest of this entry »

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Part 4: Pioneering Alaska

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It is Spring, 1996. I wanted to visit my family in Kansas before I moved to Alaska. On my way I stopped to visit the Colorado Baha’i Community in Aspen/Glenwood. Nefratiri Weeks was there. Remember, she found out about Baha’i by coming to my talks at the Rainbow Gathering. Nefratiri and I ran into each other a couple times while I was there. She invited me over to the Aspen Club to smoke some pot. I accepted and we hung out the rest of the evening. I was there in Aspen about 3 days. I went to Kansas for a few days then returned to Aspen. Nefratiri was just wanting to hang out with me and I was attracted to her so we did hang out. Kevin Seeley kept trying to track us down. After a couple days, Kevin knew that Nef and I were “seeing each other.” Kevin was expecting Nefratiri to fall for him and was pressing her to be his.

One night, Nefratiri took me up to a scenic spot in the hills above Aspen and snuggled up onto my lap and we made out. After a few minutes, Read the rest of this entry »

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Part 1: Baha’i Faith – My Formative Years 1990-1995

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When I landed in Missoula and found my way to Dr. Leland Jensen’s house. Neal Chase greeted me and within 5 minutes we were in Doc’s basement, Neal teaching me the first Fireside, called: Why Life. I was really fascinated with the information and it took about 2 hours for that first Fireside. I actually was thinking Neal was the Bahana because of the information I was getting from him. Actually it was just that he was an excellent teacher. But when we were done we went up for dinner and I was then introduced to Doc at the dinner table.

Neal took me through all 12 firesides in 5 days! Read the rest of this entry »

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How I Found the Baha’i Faith and What it Looks Like Today


Robert Wright did not “violate” anything and has been falsely accused of that heinous charge. The easiest way to describe what really happened, in a way that everyone can understand it, would be like this:  This is a case of the Pope excommunicating his wife’s ex-husband.  It has nothing to do with anything the ex-husband has done and the scheme has been in the works since at least when the Pope got remarried. But to see it in full context, to look at both sides of the coin, to know the truth of the matter, we need to go back to where it all started.

Shortly after I graduated from High School, in 1982, I found out about my Native American roots. I stopped going to church and got onto the Red Road which eventually led me to Hopi Land in Arizona. It was here that I found out about the promised one for Native Americans, the Bahana and that many thought this person was in the world. So I started traveling, hoping to find him. God answered my pure  prayers and led me right to him!

It was in 1990 that I wDr. Leland Jensenent to Missoula, Montana and finally met Dr. Leland Jensen, the Seventh Angel, Hopi Bahana and Establisher of the Baha’i Faith.  Doc and I liked each other immediately. Soon after, he told me that if I wanted to stay in Missoula for a while and study and deepen on the Baha’i Faith he would rent his basement to me, which I accepted. I then lived with him, washed his dishes, planted and harvested his farm, maintained his yards, buried his pets, and studied the Baha’i Faith daily with him for 3 and 1/2 years. Doc deepened me well on the inner workings of the true Baha’i Faith and he personally groomed my education to become a lifetime pioneer, to travel the world teaching and raising Baha’i communities from scratch. Read the rest of this entry »

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Victorious Bahais

Yo, Victor! There is a new category here called “Victory” and it is one way to address all those who think they can delete your voice online. Comments are enabled.

Maybe you want to set things up for us first and tell how we got to this point…

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Baha’i Faith Writings Category Added

I have added a category for Baha’i Faith writings. There are two works added to start with. They are Baha’u'llah’s Kitab-i-Ahd, and the Will and Testament of Abdu’l-Baha. Together, these two documents comprise the Covenant of the Baha’i Faith. You can navigate to the Baha’i Writings page from the link to your left or click on this link to access the Baha’i Faith writings new hub page.

If you would like to suggest other writings, send me an email and I’ll try to get them in the list and uploaded.



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