A missing link: The rasa of Srila Prabhupada

10438195_899629100103690_5090233432727324064_nGurudeva used to open festivals by glorifying Srila Prabhupada and speak about their relationship. He spoke so much about Srila Prabhupada that it would be easier to ask: “Which lectures didn’t he speak about Srila Prabhupada”, than list all the ones he did.
Still, in all the documentation I have read from Gurudevas sanga, and in all the books/lectures I’ve read, not once have Gurudeva revealed Srila Prabhupadas name and service.
Srila Gurudeva:
“Srila Bhaktivedanta Svami Maharaja and my Gurudeva are
both serving there in their female forms as gopis. In that realm my Gurudeva is Vinoda Manjari, Srila Prabhupada Bhaktisiddanta Sarasvati Thakura is Nayana Manjari, Srila Bhaktivinoda Thakura is Kamala Manjari, Srila Jiva Gosvami is Vilasa Manjari, Srila Rupa Gosvami is Rupa Manjari, and Srila Raghunatha dasa Gosvami is Rati Manjari. These manjaris can serve Radha-Krsna Conjugal.”
Dhrstadyumna dasa: And our Srila Prabhupada?
Srila Gurudeva:
If you fully surrender, by body, mind, words and ego, then I
may tell you. Otherwise, I will not. I know who he is, but you do not know. None of the ISKCON leaders know. Your Prabhupada has cheated them all, in the sense that he has not revealed himself to them at all. He is rati-keli-siddhyai ya
yalibhir yuktir apeksaniya

Gurudeva sticks to his argument about Srila Prabhupada being a gopi and he talks generally around the moods, but he never reveal anything about Srila Prabhupada specifically. He has no qualms about revealing these things of the other Gurus in our line; but Srila Prabhupada – Nothing! Nada. Zip zero.

This is very, very, very strange! If somebody can show me this is not the case, I would love to receive Gurudeva’s revelation. But so far, Gurudeva only speaks about Srila Prabhupadas rasa in a circumstantial way, and therefore leave A LOT of room for interpretation.

No information on name and specific service. That is how expert communicators get around issues – they know how to play with definitions and phrasing.