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#2341 Bignose

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 12:27 PM

More stuff that would have gotten Jesus killed by his disciples. Stuff that was known in other places.

Dear Mr. Barker:

After reading your remarks on Lobsang Rampa's THE THIRD EYE, I am prompted to add a few of my own. During 1957. I had occasion to write a review of the book for the North Indian Buddhist Quarterly, and most especially to discuss the theological and philosophical material contained within the text. At the time I wrote the review, I was, as were so many others, trying to find fault with the accuracy of the information given. I had already heard that some of the descriptions of costume and garb did not accord with the reports of academic anthropology, and, in my ignorance of the divergences of Tibetan religion from orthodox Buddhism, I was shocked to find that one who called himself a monk should embrace views which, from the standpoint of Aryan doctrine, were all but heretical.

Imagine my surprise, then, when' I received letters from Tibetan phoongi, complimenting the succinct description of dbu-chan theology contained in my review. This description was composed exclusively of paraphrases on the Lobsang Rampa book under review. The greatest point of discussion was that which had to do with the order ot discipline within the itinerant communities of Tibetan monks. The Western correspondents, and Indian observers all told me that Rampa was wrong; but the Tibetans wrote complaining that he had divulged secret knowledge, which was the property of the arcane schools of their country, and which "a closed brother, in physical form, or etheric, did poorly to publish in the far lands to the West, where it lay open to the gaze of the Uninitiate".

Sincerely yours,

Ganesha, Mahaguru,
at Bodhi Sangha Sat America New York, N.Y.


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#2342 Sammy

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Posted 19 May 2010 - 07:38 PM


You may not believe in reincarnation but all of your leaders do ...

You have a troublesome illness. :(

See a doctor SOON! :kowt:
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#2343 Bignose

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 05:46 PM

You have a troublesome illness. :(

See a doctor SOON! :kowt:


You continue to ignore Jesus and attempt to impose your Evangelist will and ways upon the whole world, when Jesus said to spread the message of the one God of us all.


You are clearly not mature enough to understand or live by the rules of reincarnation ,even though you are.
A few thousand more incarnations should remedy your affliction
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#2344 Bignose

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 05:51 PM

Index of T. Lobsang Rampa books
1. The Third Eye (1956)
1 bis. My Visit to Venus (1957)
2. Doctor from Lhasa (1959)
3. The Rampa Story (1960)
4. The Cave of the Ancients (1963)
5. Living with the Lama (1964)
6. You-Forever ! (1965)
7. Wisdom of the Ancients (1965)
8. The Saffron Robe (1966)
9. Chapters of Life (1967)
10 . Beyond the Tenth (1969)
11. Feeding the Flame (1971)
12. The Hermit (1971)
13. The Thirtenth Candle (1972)
14. Candlelight (1973)
15. Twilight (1975)
16. As It Was ! (1976)
17. I Believe (1976)
18. .Three Lives (1977)
19. Tibetan Sage (1980)
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#2345 Bignose

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 09:31 PM

Excerpts from as it was....


I remember one elderly monk, or I should say lama,
who was giving us a lecture, and then he got on to the
[B][FONT=Times New Roman]subject of transmigration.
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Posted 20 May 2010 - 09:36 PM

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Posted 20 May 2010 - 09:37 PM

He held his torch at arm
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Posted 20 May 2010 - 09:40 PM

This info will expand or blow your brain, Sammy:wonder:

One tutor in particular was intrigued by my love of cats
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Posted 10 June 2010 - 11:50 AM

LOL ,

Sammy cannot cross his rigid boundaries to see what else is going on earth. He is not allowed.
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