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> Mark Probert called himself "a Telegnostic from San Diego". Between the
> years 1948-68 he channeled some of the most profound information to come
> to earth from Higher Planes of Conciousness. Now only was it a strange
> phenomenon at that time for a Conciousness to take over another and speak
> through him, but the information itself was much ahead of its time.
> The group speaking through Mark Probert called themselves The Inner
> Teachers of Light, or Kethra E Da, the ancient language which was spoken
> by the leader E Yada di Shi`te thousands of years ago in an ancient
> civilization called Yuga. This civilization lasted 1024 years and was
> destroyed by an earthquake and now lies beneath the Himalayan Mountains.
> The information coming through Mark were highly prolific: From advanced
> scientific information, space beings, causes of ailments, great past
> civilizations and much more. The Teachers say that religion and racial
> problems are man's creation and only of the earth and astral frequencies.
> It is something man must grow out of and away from as mankind rises out of
> the hypnotic conditioned mind of superstition.
> Yada, the leader of the 16 Teachers talk about the grandeur of man's
> divine heritage. He says that man is a great king who has forgotten his
> royal blood, caught up in the fury of the chemical world. He has truly
> lost his way and forgotten the Light - which he is.
> Yada states that Christ is not on the cross and never was. The mystical
> story of Jesus is not a sacrifice but a mystical initiation. The cross is
> a symbol of the matter world and the persoanlity must be crucified on the
> cross so that the Christ, which is the light from within, can rise out of
> the tomb of ignorance and set the personality free. Jesus did not die for
> man's sins. He came as an initiate and went through his final initiation
> on earth as man must do also. He showed man the way when he said: "What I
> can do, you can do also." Yada explains that man is the creator of his
> life and his destiny. He is both the dream and the dreamer.
> Mark Probert did not cultivate his strange gift and it was often a worry
> and burden to him. During the earlier years before tape recorders were
> available, the lectures were taken by shorthand and published in a booklet
> called The Round Robin by Meade Lane. Later they were printed in a booklet
> called The Mark Probert Seance Report.
> For the first years the lectures were semi-private. Then Mark and his
> Irene were told to lecture to groups and eventually traveled and spoke all
> over the United States. Questions were encouraged from the audience as
> long as they were not personal. Questions of scientific and philosophical
> nature were welcomed and always answered at great length.
> Professor Alfred Luntz, another one of the Teachers, was a Clergyman of
> the High Episcopalian Church of England in his last life. He died at age
> 81 during the time of Queen Victoria. However he was surprised that he did
> not go to heaven after his transition, to sit at the right side of Jesus,
> which he had taught for over 50 years. He thought he would get a warm
> welcome, but found himself standing at his bed looking down at his body.
> He even attended his own funeral and realized that he didn't die and there
> is no heaven, no hell and no purgatory. He tells his story with a clipped
> British accent, full of humor which has given many people comfort to know
> that man does not die, just shedding his body like an outworn coat.
> Mark himself passed on in 1969, a few years after his wife Irene who was
> always by his side. His passing went unnoticed, but many devotees felt the
> loss of this human personality which shocked and delighted so many with
> these wondeful teachings.
> For those who understand - no explanation is necessary. For those who do
> not - no explanation is possible.
You ARE Mark S. Probert disbarred attorney.
In the Matter of Mark Probert (Admitted as Mark S. Probert), a
Suspended Attorney, Respondent.
Grievance Committee for the Tenth Judicial District, Petitioner.
SUPREME COURT OF NEW YORK, APPELLATE DIVISION, SECOND DEPARTMENT
183 A.D.2d 282; 590 N.Y.S.2d 747
November 9, 1992, Decided
PRIOR HISTORY: [***1]
Disciplinary proceedings instituted by the Grievance Committee for the
Tenth Judicial District. Respondent was admitted to the Bar on
February 15, 1978, at a term of the Appellate Division of the Supreme
Court in the Second Judicial Department, under the name Mark S.
DISPOSITION: Ordered that the petitioner's motion to impose discipline
upon the respondent based upon his failure to appear or answer is
granted; and it is further,
HEADNOTES: Attorney and Client - Disciplinary Proceedings
Respondent attorney, who is charged with 22 counts of failing to
cooperate with investigations of alleged misconduct by the Grievance
Committee, and who has failed to answer or appear, is disbarred.
Frank A. Finnerty, Jr., Westbury (Muriel L. Gennosa of counsel), for
JUDGES: Mangano, P. J., Thompson, Bracken, Sullivan and Harwood, JJ.,
Ordered that the petitioner's motion to impose discipline upon the
respondent based upon his failure to appear or answer is granted; and
it is further,
Ordered that pursuant to Judiciary Law § 90, effective immediately,
the respondent, Mark Probert, is disbarred and his name is stricken
from the roll of attorneys and counselors-at-law; and it is further,
Ordered that the respondent shall continue to comply with this Court's
rules governing the conduct of disbarred, suspended and resigned
attorneys (22 NYCRR 691.10); and it is further,
Ordered that pursuant to Judiciary [***2] Law § 90, the respondent,
Mark Probert, is commanded to continue to desist and refrain (1) from
practicing law in any form, either as principal or as agent, clerk or
employee of another, (2) from appearing as an attorney or
counselor-at-law before any court, Judge, Justice, board, commission
or other public authority, (3) from giving to another an opinion as to
the law or its application or any advice in relation thereto, and (4)
from holding himself out in any way as an attorney and
OPINIONBY: Per Curiam.
[**747] By decision and order of this Court dated September 29,
1989, the respondent was suspended from the practice of law until the
further order of this Court based upon his failure to cooperate with
the Grievance Committee. By further order of this Court dated June 4,
1992, the Grievance Committee was authorized to institute and
prosecute a disciplinary proceeding [*283] against the respondent
and the Honorable Moses M. Weinstein was appointed as Special Referee.
[**748] A notice of petition and petition was personally served
the respondent on July 2, 1992. No answer was forthcoming. The
petitioner now moves to hold the [***3] respondent in default. The
motion was personally served upon the respondent on August 14, 1992.
The respondent has failed to submit any papers in response to the
The charges involve 22 counts of the respondent's failure to cooperate
with the Grievance Committee in its investigations into complaints of
The charges, if established, would require the imposition of a
disciplinary sanction against the respondent. Since the respondent has
chosen not to appear or answer in these proceedings, the charges must
be deemed established. The petitioner's motion to hold the respondent
in default and impose discipline is, therefore, granted. Accordingly,
the respondent is disbarred and his name is stricken from the roll of
attorneys and counselors-at-law, effective immediately
NY UNIFIED COURT SYSTEM, ATTORNEY REGIST. UNIT
NAME & PROFESSIONAL INFORMATION
Date Of Birth:
1698 WEBSTER AVE
MERRICK, NY 11566
MARK S PROBERT ESQ
NY STATE OFFICE OF COURT ADMINISTRATION
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Date: Sun, Feb 11 2001 4:17 pm
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