this guy's probably old, old news here at bullshido, but i couldn't dig up any dirt on him when i searched the forums.
so if lama thunderbolt hasn't already been drilled into the ground: any impressions?
Looks like Yellow Bamboo/George Dillman no touch KO bullshit. Lama Thunderbolt just has better production values. I'd love to fight this guy. I urge anybody that gets the chance (yeah right, he'll only do this to his own brainwashed students) to not just beat him, but cripple him. I don't give a damn if a third party pulls you off, jump back on and make an example of this fraud for all time.
Oh my fucking god... I clicked "Seminar Info" and stumbled onto this page.
Qualified and utter bullshit. I pity the fools who actually buy into it. I just hate it when some people take advantage of others like this.
Is there anyone living in Hawaii (where he/it apparently resides) who can check things out a bit closer?
I looked at the page and that stare scared the crap out of me. He must have escaped Heaven's Gate before Hale-Bopp came by and picked the rest of his douche-bag pals up for their "journey".
Originally Posted by TheBigSwede
We can only hope he's castrated already.
"Lama Dorje (Tibetan for Thunderbolt) was born Max Christensen, as the only survivor of the birth of triplets. His father had been exposed to very high levels of Agent Orange in the military and the result was that his offspring had many physical anomalies and birth defects. Fortunately, on the military base there was a kind, Chinese groundskeeper, who befriended the family and took care of young Max."
OMG. Agent Orange. Military. Triplets. Chinese groundskeeper.
Ok, this has peaked my interest. I will research the given name and some of the other information, I think. And if you're looking for someone in Hawaii, I will contact a friend of mine who trains at Mayhem's gym near Hilo to see if he has the time.
Off to do the interwarbz searchy thingy.
Ok, first hit for '"Max Christensen" military', which I figured would weed out alot of the other MC's, found this interesting tidbit:
And I must say, wow! Shades of Grand Celestial Do anyone?
[quote=Skylark, poster at irishufology.net, replying to Simon, the OP]"Yes...certainly an interesting story of this 'Man'...with 3 strands of DNA. I know of MANY with 4 or more...up to 12. SO, I tend to take these things more 'Lightly'."
3 strand DNA? Ok, this is some craziness, but he doesn't reference where he had heard this 3 strand claim in relation to Mr. Christensen.
Now, there is also this tidbit relating another website investigating (or at least inviting investigation of) "Gurus" and other fakes such as this:
They seem to have a common goal with Bullshido, though on the religio-philosophical front. A very short blurb and not much information, but they might be able to access information we can't.
Mrs. Furgiuele mentions that she has learned various arts from our Mr. Christensen. She might be a good place for a contact in Hawaii to find out more about him.
I found it! The gem that turns this into a seriously laughable process! The point of origin for his delusions, I think:
The summary for the movie, Little Buddha, starring Keanu Reeves, and directed by Bernardo Bertolucci.
This is hilarious. If, in 1993, there is a movie about "finding the reincarnation of Lama Dorje", then, 14 years later, a man claims over the internet to be said reincarnation...I postulate that someone watched too many movies about Tibet. My 2 cents, of course, but wouldn't it be absolutely the funniest thing you've ever heard if someone can actually confront him and see him blush when it's suggested?
Originally Posted by From summary for "Little Buddha"
Anyways, the well has dried up and I have a hot tub to get into. Ya'll have fun.