Topic: The darkness over Tibet
I found yesterday a really good article about the darkness of Tibetan Buddhism. It is only available in French but I think I remember some people could speak it so I'm posting it here:
It is an interview with a Tibetan exiled in Europe. There are many things said in there, almost all of which confirm things I had intuited or read earlier. It definitely feels true to me. I can maybe give some key points of the article, hoping that I do not distort too much:
- The Dalai Lama is only a marketing program to make Tibet look good. He and his 100 servitors could never have exiled Tibet without the agreement from the Chinese governement. The Chinese governement and lamaist (tibetan buddhist) organization are closely linked on an occult level. The true "spiritual" leader of lamaism is the Panchen Lama, who is almost not known at all outside of Tibet. He's considered as the "black pope" (the catholic pope is the "white pope"). There is supposedly tons of disinformation about him.
- The 500'000 Tibetan monks act as a "factory of psychic energy" (my terms) which is used by those at the top of the lamaist hierarchy to influence the world through telepathy (IMO it goes much further than "telepathy"). While the practice of pure buddhism (vipassana, etc) can't allow this (my opinion), all the various mantras and visualizations which are part of the Tibetan tradition are used for this. Of course the monks don't know about this. The height of Tibet and purity of air makes it easier to channel energies through the world.
- There are 3 circles within lamaism. The first one is the nice cover to gather new monks, look good on the media, etc. The second one is much more dark and conspirational (from what I understood the Panchen Lama is part of this second circle). The person interviewed said that most people had no idea of the third circle, composed of immortal beings (not because they are more "spiritualy evolved", but because they use magic to "reincarnate" themselves over and over) (or we could imagine 4D STS entities), until Blavatsky did her channeling. So even if Blavatsky fell for the illusion of the "Ascended Master", it was still useful to uncover something real happening in Tibet.
- The catholic church and lamaism are closely linked. Jesuits have been travelling to Tibet since the 14th century and helped to setup the hierarchical lamaist organization (the first Dalai Lama was named in the 14th century), which in turn offered help to the vatican (this confirms many theories according to which all the major world religions are secretly linked at the very top). The interviewee says that many spiritual leaders in Tibet are in fact Jesuits. Both hierarchies are arranged scientifically to optimize the function of black magic rituals.
- He mentions Maitreya, who is supposed to be the upcoming reincarnation of Buddha, but which will be used by those in power as a false messiah to "save the world", from problems which are mostly illusory because created by those in power.
- A very important point is the ideology of "continuous spiritual evolution" or "progress", which was supposedly spread from Tibet. The idea that, over time, people are getting more and more "spiritual" and that one day we'll establish heaven on earth. This acts as a carrot continuously put in front of people to make them keep on blindlessly turn the wheel of time and karma (my words). This is a promise made over and over, and people fail to notice that nothing has improved, and that it's in fact getting worse. The teachings of Buddha and Christ were all about how to free ourselves from the illusion *in this lifetime*, but this was distorted by those who don't want us to free from the Matrix (I supposed this ideology goes hand-in-hand with the idea that anyone spiritually evolved is necessarily "good")
- The interviewee also talks about the four ages and how we are at the end of the 4th one, which means the illusion is almost everywhere. He's very critical of all the new age techniques of "well-being" as well as "spiritual experiences" which, according to him, only act on a very superficial level but have many negative side-effects. (for me this means we have to choose between Truth and illusory happiness)
- He also mentions something about the eastern and western lodge being both STS, while the northern and southern lodge are STO. These later lodges do not really interverne in what's going on but they are always keeping a check on the eastern/western lodges and readjusting things when they go "too far", or something like that. I didn't fully understand this point so don't take my words for it.
That's some of the main points of the article, with my own interpretation. I have to add that the interviewee stresses that there is nothing inherently wrong with Buddhism but that many have used and distorted the original teachings and have thus created another "Buddhism" which does the exact opposite, that is, enslaving us instread of freeing us.