Talk:Osho Timeline 1986

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NOTE: Most of Osho's travel details have been sourced from Max Brecher's A Passage to America and Maneesha's [Bhagwan: Twelve Days that Shook the World]].

--Rudra (talk) 19:24, 8 March 2015 (UTC)


Listings for three Hindi "discourses" from Phir Patto Ki Panjeba Baji (फिर पत्तो की पाजेबा बजी) were removed, as they have been revealed to be translations from English talks (Last Testaments). -- doofus-9 08:11, 6 May 2017 (UTC)


The Last Testament (Vol 5) ~ 18 and Press Conferences ~ 11 both have ArchiveCode=8601045. Which was last? I bet on Press Conferences ~ 11, as that seems to start with the same interviewer-voice as The Last Testament (Vol 5) ~ 18 and it has applause and music at the end. --Sugit (talk) 18:49, 23 December 2017 (UTC)


I changed the order of the events on Feb 8, am: The Last Testament (Vol 6) ~ 04 was first, and was in fact one event with Light on the Path ch. 34. The audio of The Last Testament (Vol 6) ~ 04 contains both events. --Sugit (talk) 08:25, 26 December 2017 (UTC)


The Last Testament (Vol 5) ~ 20 has been put at 20 Jan 1986 am, the same date that is mentioned on the CD-ROM: "INTERVIEW WITH ENZO BIAGI, AKA SARJANO, ITALIAN TV". But according to the audio re-mastering project that interview was at 12 Jan 1986 pm. I tend to believe the tape-time for these reasons:

  • The information on the re-mastered tapes is later than that of the CD-ROM, and often more correct.
  • The morning of the 12th, there is also an interview with Sarjano, The Last Testament (Vol 5) ~ 19. CD-ROM: "OPEN AIR INTERVIEW WITH ENZO BIAGY, AKA SARJANO, ITALIAN TV". So the same interviewer, and the same patron.
  • The evening of the 12th is "empty", whereas during that period all other evenings have at least one event, very often an interview.
  • The morning of the 20th there is already another event: Light on the Path ~ 19, which is a discourse. These are usually not mixed with interviews, and none of the (other) discourses in this period are preceded or followed by interviews.

--Sugit (talk) 09:31, 22 January 2018 (UTC)


Film "Socrates – Poisoned Again After 25 Centuries", 43 min (only known source Osho Film Festival) mentions press conference in airport. But what airport is?? :

"This film describes the events of those days in dramatic way and shows the press conference given by Osho at the airport to an hastily summoned press."

--DhyanAntar 07:16, 20 July 2019 (UTC)