The Lords of Karma

By Atom Bergstrom

Atom’s Blog

According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …

“How can there be any karma if you live NOW?”


Re: Well, there’s the whole reincarnation thing.

Re-incarceration, according to some.


Re: The Lords of Karma guilt panel meeting after death.

A common meme. Two of my closest friends have stood before it.


Re: They had near death experiences?

Greg Whiteley did. He stood before the Lords of Karma, and one asked, “Are you doing your job?”

Greg replied, “What’s my job?”

The one said, “You KNOW what your job is!”

Greg thought a bit, and replied, “Yes, I do.”

The one repeated, “Are you doing your job?”

Greg said, “Yes, I am.”

The one said, “We’re sending you back,” and, as far as I know, he’s still alive and well, doing his job in northern Idaho as I write this.


Frank Broeske was sent here by the Lords of Karma before he was born.

He remembered being born and his diapers being changed and learning to crawl and walk.

He’s had the Audible Life Stream (Sound Current) roaring in his ears for decades.

I’ve recently lost touch with Frank, and hope he’s OK.


Adano Ley told us, “I fell off a roof and died three times on the operating table. I saw Yogananda and all the Saints. That’s when I found out I was immortal.”

They showed Adano his next life if he chose to accept it.

But there was a catch. They told him he might not have a chance for enlightenment in that body or in any other one for hundreds or even thousands of years.


Adano chose to stick around, and asked what to do.

Yogananda said, “We can’t breathe FOR you.”

It was up to Adano, so he took a deep breath, and recuperated for a year and nine months in the Royal Victoria Hospital in Montreal, Canada.


'The Lords of Karma' have 12 comments

  1. August 15, 2021 @ 4:04 pm Atom

    I worried about having a brain hemorrhage or stroke in 1983. So I phoned Adano Ley at his Karma Clinic, pleading, “I need a treatment over the phone.” “I don’t know if I busted a blood vessel in my head or what. With any [physical] effort, when I get the blood flowing, my head feels like it’s being pounded with a sledge hammer. It feels like somebody’s going at it with a pneumatic drill, and I almost pass out. It’s been going on for nine days, and it all started when I was lifting weights at the gym. Right now I’ve got an earache and my head hurts all over,” I continued. “What kind of exercise were you doing at the gym? Presses? Curls?” Adano asked. “Presses. I wasn’t using free weights. I was doing incline presses on one of those machines. I was really straining, and my head suddenly started hurting. At first it didn’t seem so bad, but it kept getting worse. First I couldn’t localize the pain — my head hurt all over — but now I’ve found this ‘egg,’ a really sore spot, on the back of my head.” “Sure. You just locked your mouth doing the press! Which side hurts?” “Left, on the occiput.” “What man do you want to tell off?” “Man? Shouldn’t it be a female? On the left rear? On the back of my body? I’ve been having lots of trouble with women!” Adano stuck to his guns. “No, it’s a man. Sneak attack! He came up behind you, right?” “Yeah, how’d you know that? Just when I was pushing hard, the owner of the gym came up behind me and ‘spotted’ me for the lift. He told me to keep going, to give it all I had. That’s when I got the headache.” “Oh? Keep talking.” “Wow, it seemed like such a small thing. But I really did resent him doing that. So what do I do?” “Stick your tongue out. Release your mouth.” “NY-AA-AHHH! Okay!” “Are your ribs sore on the left side?” “No, I don’t feel anything.” “Feel near the sternum.” “OWWW! That sucker IS sore!” Massaging the indicated reflex started giving me quick relief from my head and ear pain. “You have gas stuck in your small intestine. Feel both sides of your chest. Which is colder?” “Hmm-mm, the right side is definitely colder.” “Get a match or a lighter, and hold it up to that side. Don’t burn yourself. What time of day did you first have the problem?” “Spleen Time. It was in the morning not far from Heart Time.” “Make a drink out of aloe vera, cayenne, and ginger. Drink it at Thyroid Time to get the gas moving, and you’ll be OK.” And I was. The pain departed for three days. Then, back at the gym, I was straining to break my personal best chin-up record, completing one chin-up and struggling for another. The gym owner walked in the door of the gym BEHIND me and saw me. He didn’t stare. He didn’t scrutinize. He just LOOKED. That’s all it took. The instant my peripheral vision caught his reflection in the gym mirror, BAM! BAM! BAM! went the sledge hammer in my skull. The pain disappeared after massaging the same chest reflex, which was sore again. I never turned my back on that gym owner again, and my head pain never returned.–e-books.php#Mind-Hacking


    • August 16, 2021 @ 5:24 pm John

      Was that a hot aloe, cayenne, ginger drink? Like a tea?


      • August 17, 2021 @ 10:40 pm Atom

        He didn’t clarify, so I drank it cold.


  2. August 15, 2021 @ 4:07 pm Atom

    According to Adano Ley (Swami Nitty-Gritty) …
    “If you make Lord Dollar more important than Lord Health, you’ll lose both Lord Dollar and Lord Health. But if you put Lord Health first, you will also have access to Lord Dollar. Prosperity is a natural outcome of health. A healthy lifestyle gives you prosperity and the longevity to enjoy it.”–e-books.php#Adano-Ley-Biography


  3. August 15, 2021 @ 4:09 pm Atom

    We used to put a cotton ball soaked in apple cider vinegar in a bottle and breathe into it when driving through Los Angeles or Houston with the windows down. We kept the lid on the bottle when it wasn’t in use.


    • August 16, 2021 @ 5:20 pm John

      For what purpose?


      • August 17, 2021 @ 10:42 pm Atom

        Clearing the lungs. I’ve used apple cider vinegar on a Kleenex for the same purpose a lot over the decades.


        • August 19, 2021 @ 4:00 pm John

          How does it clean the lungs?


          • August 19, 2021 @ 4:50 pm Atom

            Apple cider vinegar contains an apple acid called “malic acid.”

            It protects the lungs … and often triggers coughing to “detox” them too.

  4. August 15, 2021 @ 4:18 pm Atom

    California is freer than Texas in some ways.
    California has only four or five toll roads, but Texas already has over fifty.


  5. August 15, 2021 @ 4:22 pm Atom

    According to Thomas Paine (1775)
    “This sacrifice of common sense is the certain badge which distinguishes slavery from freedom; for when men yield up the privilege of thinking, the last shadow of liberty quits the horizon. “


  6. August 16, 2021 @ 1:11 pm Atom

    IODINE ABUSE is rampant in the Western world, causing more health problems than it helps. Too much of a good thing is a bad thing — no Yin without Yang. Just what is a safe amount of iodine per day anyway? It’s MUCH LOWER than you might have guessed.

    Too Much Iodine: Be Wary of the Heaviest Halogen–mini-e-books.php#Too-Much-Iodine


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