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    I have seen very often a lot of people quoting the dalai lama, praising him as a holy man and stuff like that, i hope some of you can give me evidence of him being a good man because i am going to show you what i have found, a perfect orwellian state:


    an average day in feudal tibet

    An article from davidicke.com posted by david http://www.davidicke.com/articles/hi...the-dalai-lama



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    The Dalai Lama to me represents another representation of a masculine hierarchy of worship.........nothing different than another institutionalized religion governed by tradition and a belief system.
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    I have seen very often a lot of people quoting the dalai lama, praising him as a holy man and stuff like that, i hope some of you can give me evidence of him being a good man because i am going to show you what i have found, a perfect orwellian state:


    an average day in feudal tibet

    An article from davidicke.com posted by david http://www.davidicke.com/articles/hi...the-dalai-lama



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    truth is truth, rarely what we want to hear or face, it is what it is, unfortunate to those of us like myself that thought so differently, does it surprise me? nothing surprises me anymore, nothing is what you think it is , then again, if you believe in reincarnation, some souls have chosen to endure hardship in this life, its all pre chosen, by us before we come back so to learn our lessons maybe some souls choose to endure under an icon like this, does that make it any better , no, forgiveness is forgiveness , even the holy man himself needs it i see now, what a world we live in, what a world we live in , God help us, God help us.

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    Quote Posted by Frank Hewitt (here)
    I have seen very often a lot of people quoting the dalai lama, praising him as a holy man and stuff like that, i hope some of you can give me evidence of him being a good man because i am going to show you what i have found, a perfect orwellian state:


    an average day in feudal tibet

    An article from davidicke.com posted by david http://www.davidicke.com/articles/hi...the-dalai-lama



    http://projectavalon.net/forum4/show...ht=meat+eaters
    truth is truth, rarely what we want to hear or face, it is what it is, unfortunate to those of us like myself that thought so differently, does it surprise me? nothing surprises me anymore, nothing is what you think it is , then again, if you believe in reincarnation, some souls have chosen to endure hardship in this life, its all pre chosen, by us before we come back so to learn our lessons maybe some souls choose to endure under an icon like this, does that make it any better , no, forgiveness is forgiveness , even the holy man himself needs it i see now, what a world we live in, what a world we live in , God help us, God help us.
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    Many times we fail to distinguish between religion and spiritual teaching.

    Religion is a control system, with power structure. Promoting fear, discrimination and war mongering.
    On the other hand. Spiritual teaching is a life guideline. Kind of life operator manual.

    Not long ago, the Dalai Lama resigned his political/religious position to focus on spiritual practice.
    Does this correlates with the pope resignation?
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    My understanding is that they are kinda like Vatican of the east, The royal family of the last empire of China have huge connection with Dalai Lama. They claim they are monks, but i think Buddhism just for the mass public, they kept the secret knowledge from the people. No one knows what they have been practicing behind the scene, probably black magic, human sacrifice. just my guessing
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    Quote My understanding is that they are kinda like Vatican of the east, The royal family of the last empire of China have huge connection with Dalai Lama. They claim they are monks, but i think Buddhism just for the mass public, they kept the secret knowledge from the people. No one knows what they have been practicing behind the scene, probably black magic, human sacrifice. just my guessing
    Actually one of my friends told me that he read a book about a guywho described a ritual in which the lamas selected the most beautiful among the tibetians and left him straving to death, then the second most beautiful ate his rotten corpse and then he was left straving to death and then the dalai lama ate his rotten corpse. But i have no way to prove it because he doesnt remember the name of the book

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    Frank, I can't give you any evidence because you have made up your mind. I agree with your premise - I am not religious for this reason - that "holy men" are never what they portray themselves to be.
    "There will be in the next generation or so a pharmacological method [FLOURIDE, ANTI-DEPRESANTS…] of making people love their servitude and producing dictatorship without tears… producing a kind of painless concentration camp for entire societies so that people will in fact have their liberties taken away from them but will rather enjoy it [AFTER 9/11]." - Aldous Huxley 1961 speech:"Contented with your servitude"

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    The first video post make me smile and chuckle at the spin (Thankyou-Frank Hewitt)

    The Tibetans are the adepts of energy manipulation-for good and or for bad-the Dalai Lama as a guardian is just warning-helping the ignorant.

    Ones wonders what Siddhārtha Gautama would say of the present political-sectarian constructs


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    Please note the video above is not about the Dalai Lama but about the zealot Tibetan Buddhist fanatics.
    You have violent religion fanatics in any religion.
    These fanatics are not the official face of that religion.
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    Sorry a bit off topic but relevent to the subject.
    Its a sticky subject, but any organised and named religion is following the leader, usually male, in a set of dogma based on a set of highly speculative stories which are often the same for each religion, but with different names and places. They are all a means of control, of hiding the real facts in myth and metaphor, and the fact that there is more than one, many even, is a necessary component of the warring factions, breeding zealots, tribal possesion of lands, and 'my god is better than your god' and on and on.

    This method is finished, over, kaput! Nobody needs a middleman period, no one is more special, so we see a lot of re-shuffling around attempting to re-group and retain power. The shaking loose of organised religion, exposure of their nefarious deeds done in the name of God and gods.

    I would not at all be surprised to see another 'burning of the library of Alexander event' at the vatican, (after the books and records are removed of course) which is what likely happened in the original event, and placed in the vatican. I couldn't say where they might be moved to; off planet possible, but for sure as we get deeper into the next age of the precession, and the 'fishes' relinquish their reign, the popes and archbishops, and cardinals will surely hang up their fish tail hats. And there will be no more reincarenation of a Dalai Lama. Done finished.
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