≡ Menu

Buddhism and the Formation of a Religion.

Many concepts and beliefs of Buddhism carry truth that each individual can study and apply within their life. Western Religions block their members from deeper truths that exist within the different scriptures such as the Dhammapada and the Bhagavad Gita. The belief such as past lives and karma is a concept that is beyond the western thought. Buddhism focuses on the inner-self and through meditation the goal to attain enlightenment.

When “The Buddha” Siddhartha Gautama attained a higher level of consciousness he taught the truth, including Jesus, Mohammad, Krishna, Lao Tuz, Confucius, and all the Prophets. The most followers of each prophet resided at a lower level of consciousness and failed to comprehend the context of the their teachings; henceforth, an idolatrous religion formed that attached onto the darkness. The followers after Gautama died gradually formed a religion and then into different branches such as Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. Each religion engulfed within their own style of idolatry. Producing statues of the Buddha, using a prayer wheel, hanging pictures and having little images of the Buddha around the home seem holy, normal, and acceptable to the ardent follower of Buddhism.

Tibetan Buddhism:

Tibetan Buddhism clearly breaks the first two commandments regarding Idolatry. The hierarchy characteristics of Tibetan Buddhism parallel Roman Christianity. The Dalai Lama serves as the Pope of the Tibetans, which the Buddhist worship and idolize through pictures.

Siddhartha Gautama “The Buddha” Attained a Higher Level Of Consciousness and taught truth.

The monks reflect the bishops and priests and conjecture that sex is an impure behavior—all religions teach that sex is taboo. The monks and nuns portray themselves with an outward appearance. They shave their head upon the presumption that hair reflects impurity. Buddhist monks and nuns cultivate phony facial expressions among the public—egocentric behaviors that delude the truth from their intellect. A religion based on rituals such as all religions around the world.

Buddhism claims to disregard the belief in “God”, yet the worship through rituals are directed to the lower entities of the darkness. The cultures around the world program the child within religious dogma that acts as a strong road block to identifying the truth within the deception. World religions dictate rules that create emotional baggage of shame, guilt, and fear.

The hierarchy characteristics of Tibetan Buddhism parallel Roman Christianity.

The lower entities and the evil earthly organization of the darkness use religion to circumvent humanity and the positioned dogma creates war lines and divisions. Maintaining the divisions of religion among humanity allows the illuminati occult to dominate cultures within the lower levels of hate and discrimination.

Religious Totalitarian Programing:

Each religion and set of scripture possesses a measure of truth; yet, the attachment and positionality delude the ardent follower from comprehending truthful subjects within the scriptures that exist around the world. Religious followers form deep attachments that affect the core individual. Delusion, deception, and totalitarian programing traps the individual from an open mind; programing the brain within totalitarian context disallows the belief system to ascertain the truth of other sources.

Each religion possesses a measure of truth and virtue, simultaneously, each religion breaks the first two commandments, drowning in falsehood, and remains idolatry. A deep intimate relationship with the Divine Source is limited because of worshiping the Lower Entities through religion.

Comments on this entry are closed.