Reprinted from the Newsletter for Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment.
Copyright 2012, 2013 JZ Knight.
Used with permission.
Patricia Everheart at JZ-Rose in Yelm, Dec. 31, 2012, ticket purchase location
Ramtha School of Enlightenment (RSE) student Patricia Everheart shares her $10,000 Lotto experience using the Schools disciplines in her Saturday, December 29, 2012 win, her ticket purchased at JZ-Rose in Yelm.
Everheart is a former City of Yelm City Council candidate.
Here is Patricia’s compelling story in her own words: Read more
Click here for the official Washington Lotto report for the Dec. 31, 2012 cashed ticket purchased at JZ-Rose in Yelm.
Dr. Ana M. Mihalcea and RSE Teacher Laura Mooney
RSE students Dr. Ana M. Mihalcea and Laura Mooney of Yelm share their experiences in their $10,000 Lotto win in December, 2012 using the Schools training.
Here is their story in their own words: Read more
Click here for the official Washington Lotto report of the cashed ticket Dec. 11, 2012.
Justin Wood and Heather Singleton
RSE students Heather Singleton and Justin Wood share their experiences using the Schools training of the mind of Remote-View. Here is Justin’s story describing their October 7, 2012 win, in his own words: (click here for the video) Read more
Click here for the official Washington Lotto report of October 8, 2012.
Heather also cashed a $10,000 Lotto ticket in early 2011 using what she learned at RSE.
Lest the public only hear of allegations from 13+ years ago by disgruntled ex-RSE students on the front pages of our local newspaper, the aforementioned are THREE current stories of what RSE students are accomplishing in their own lives, all of whom are Yelm-area citizens. They utilized training they all have learned at Ramtha’s School of Enlightenment (RSE), news nonetheless and chosen to be omitted from Nisqually Valley News (NVN) coverage.
In other nationwide, local community newspapers, when ONE Lotto winner cashes a $10,000 ticket, that gets front-page news there. Yet, five winners here in the last three months garner no-thing in our newspaper???
I know NVN Editor/Publisher Graves said he is challenged by what he heard given him by ex-students in out-of-context video excerpts from early 2011. I would be, too, if I were him and had chosen to never visit RSE in my 13 years living here as my hometown newspaper’s leader, never spoken with JZ Knight, or never asked to observe what Ramtha students learn in their classes, in-context.
Yet, there are a total of six winning/cashed $10,000+ Lotto tickets in the last 2 years of Nisqually Valley’s RSE students using what they learned at RSE, which have been omitted from the NVN.
These are also worthy, significant front-page stories that would provide balanced reporting in otherwise one-sided coverage & Op-Eds clearly designed to negatively impact the “court-of-public-opinion” about the School. Read more
Blog writer Klein has been a Ramtha student for 27 years and employed by JZ Knight for 9 years.