Sinister cults exploiting eastern Dharma to entrap and brainwash White westerners into sexual exploitation, servitude and worship, among those featured are: apocalyptic Brahma Kumaris, Communist holy war of Shambhala, Amma, Shugden demon king of Kelsang Gyatso, race-mixing hareem of Mooji and death reveller Shoko Asahar.
- Dalai Lama XIV
- Alyce Zeoli (as Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo)
- Akong Rinpoche
- New Kadampa Tradition
- Church of Shambala
- Brahma Kumaris
- Anthony Moo-Young (Mooji)
- Sudhamani Idamannel (Amma)
Shambhala was a Buddhist prophecy that had emerged in the Early Middle Ages. When Muslims had advanced into Afghanistan and Northern India, they dislodged the Buddhists from these areas, and they had to find a haven somewhere. So, they came up with a spiritual resistance prophecy that was identified with a land, a utopian land, a kind of Buddhist paradise, where the members of this faith would be free to live and worship without been harassed by the “barbarians” whom Sanskrit sources called “Mecca people” or, in other words, the people of Mecca. The legend claimed that somewhere in the North there was a mysterious country, a land of plenty where people lived 900 years, where they were rich and had houses where roofs were clad in gold, and where nobody suffered, and of course, where the Buddhist religion existed in its pure form and so forth.
In original Buddhism, there was no concept of Paradise. This concept emerged as a result of encounters with the Muslim world. The prophecy also claimed that when the true faith (read Buddhism) would be in danger, the king of Shambhala named Rudra Chakrin would come in the year 2424 with a gigantic army and crush the enemies of the faith. So, it is a concept of a holy war, pure and simple. Many people are not aware that such a concept existed in Tibetan Buddhism. Shambhala was also understood as an internal war against one’s inner demons. It was an aspiration for spiritual perfection. Over time, the former, the holy war part, became obscured as the latter one became more relevant.
Agvan Lobsan Dorzhiev
Agvan Lobsan Dorzhiev, also Agvan Dorjiev or Dorjieff and Agvaandorj was a Russian-born monk of the Gelug school of Tibetan Buddhism, sometimes referred by his scholarly title as Tsenyi Khempo. To the Tibetans, he was popularly known as the Sokpo Tsеnshab Ngawang Lobsang.
In 1896, the Tsar, Nikolai II, gave Agvan Dorzhiev a monogrammed watch for the services he had rendered to Badmayev's Russian agents in Lhasa. In early 1898 Dorzhiev went to Saint Petersburg “to collect subscriptions for his monastic college” and became friendly with Prince Esper Ukhtomsky, Gentleman of the Bedchamber to the Tsar and orientalist. Dorzhiev was presented to the Tsar. Dorzhiev then went on to Paris and possibly London before returning to Lhasa.
By 1903, both Lord Curzon, the Viceroy of India, and Francis Younghusband became wrongly convinced that Russia and Tibet had signed secret treaties threatening the security of British interests in India, and they suspected that Dorzhiev was working for the Russian government. Compounded by the closed nature of Tibet at the time, the fear of Russia drawing Tibet into the Great Game to control the routes across Asia was a reason for the British invasion of Tibet during 1903-4.
Since the days of Catherine the Great (1729–1796), the Romanov rulers had been considered by Russian lamaists as the incarnation of White Tara, a female bodhisattva typically associated with Buddhist tantric practice and considered an emanation of Chenresig (the bodhisattva who embodies the compassion of all Buddhas), and the protectress of the Tibetan people. 1913 saw the great celebrations for the 300th anniversary of the House of Romanov. Dorzhiev made speeches thanking the Tsar for his essential support for the Buddhist community in Saint Petersburg. A lama named Ulyanov published a book that same year attempting to prove that the Romanovs were directly descended from Sucandra, a legendary king of Shambhala.
Alexander Barchenko was an occult writer from St. Petersburg and his Bolshevik secret police patron and the chief Bolshevik cryptographer Gleb Bokii who was one of the spearheads of the Communist Revolution in 1917. Bokii had decided, at some point, to use Tibetan Buddhism and its spiritual techniques to change the minds of the people, in other words, to help engineer the new communist human being. During the 1920s and the 1930s, was a period of troubles and dramatic changes for the Tibetan-Mongol world. The Manchu Empire in China collapsed in 1911 following by the fall of the Russian Empire in 1917.
The entire political landscape of Eurasia became filled with ethnic, religious, and class conflicts. That was when Shambhala and various sister prophecies resurfaced in Inner Asia as apocalyptic legends that helped local populations to deal with reality. Communist International (Comintern) was an organization created in 1919 to promote the world-wide revolution, established a Mongol-Tibetan Section to draw the local nomads, peasants, and junior lama monks to Communism. In Mongolia, Bolshevik fellow-travellers explained to the populace that Communism was a fulfilment of legendary Shambhala.
Barchenko and some other Bolshevik intellectuals were upset that the Russian Revolution did not change human nature. One of the chapters of the book carries a peculiar title, “The Engineer of the Human Soul”. Another two major characters are a Russian American painter, Nicholas Roerich and his wife Helena. They were also interested in Shambhala. They wanted to go to Tibet and retrieve Tibetan wisdom. This ambitious couple nourished a megalomaniac idea to build in the heart of Asia a Tibetan Buddhist utopia (they called it the Sacred Union of the East) that would throw light to the rest of the humankind. At one point, in 1926, they tried to flirt with Communism because Helena and Nicholas Roerich believed that since the Shambhala legend said salvation would come from the North, they wanted to use Red Russia in their grand scheme. Roerich went to Tibet, posing as reincarnated Dalai Lama and pretended to dislodge the existing 13th Dalai Lama. Red Russia refused to wholeheartedly support such a reckless project, and the couple were said to have become then on disillusioned with the Bolsheviks. When they parted with the Bolsheviks, the Roeriches began courting American sponsors. Among them, we find a rich currency speculator Louis Horch and future FDR’s vice president Henry Wallace, who later sponsored the Roerich’s second expedition to Asia.
In July 1919, Bolshevik leader Vladimir Lenin issued an appeal to the Kalmyk people, calling for them to revolt and to aid the Red Army. Lenin promised to provide the Kalmyks, among other things, a sufficient quantity of land for their use. The promise came to fruition on November 4, 1920, when a resolution was passed by the All-Russian Central Executive Committee proclaiming the formation of the Kalmyk Autonomous Oblast. Fifteen years later, on October 22, 1935, the Oblast was elevated to republic status, Kalmyk Autonomous Soviet Socialist Republic.
In 1976 Chogyam Trungpa Rinpoche chose Osel Tendzin as his Vajra Regent, fully empowering him as a holder of the Kagyu lineage, the first Westerner to be appointed to such a position. Osel Tendzin (alias Thomas Rich) became the leader of America's largest Tibetan Buddhist group the Vajradhatu (Trungpa’s Shambhala cult renamed Vajradhatu) International Buddhist Church (no transparency with IRS) . fled into seclusion because many members of the “Church” demanded that he resign his position during a revelation concerning a bisexual man with whom he had homosexual relations had received a positive test for the AIDS virus. Later that year, in December, a high priest of Tibetan Buddhism told a group of American Buddhists that there was grave concern that Mr Tendzin 'might have passed this incurable disease on to many, many people.' As revelations increased it was further revealed that Tendzin had slept with “Hundreds of Shambhala participants” (mostly young men) while he had the aids' virus. Three senior members of the Vajradhatu congregation, who asked not to be identified, said Mr Tendzin's companion, a man in his 20s, had also passed the virus along again when he had sex with a woman in the community; she had since tested positive for the AIDS virus. Members of the church board of directors were said to have done nothing about Mr Tendzin's behaviour for months, even after they learned that he was infected with the virus.
Shambhala has always been under the umbrella of the Karma Kagyu sect, as many dozens of Lamaist sects (the Diamond way et al.) are. All are allied with Communist China and are a part participant in China’s soft power manipulations upon the West World. Not one of these Tibetan Lamas, of any sect, nor Pema Chodron who has been there to help for the whole ride has ever called out or condemned this Regent of Trungpa and his behaviour. His negligent homicide (knowing he had AIDS and having unprotected sex) was covered over. Thrangu Rinpoche tutored many Tibetan tulkus (high lamas) when they first arrived in India, training them at Rumtek, Sikkim the late 16th Karmapa’s monastery. Thrangu Rinpoche, colluding with China since 1984, and formally in 2006, even built the AIDS-killing Regent a Stupa in California to commemorate the Regent and his teachings; were four hundred and sixty Tibetan Lamaists, Mixed Buddhist, and other eastern cults and new age Tantric- inspired groups have now taken up quarters in that State.
Members of Pema Chodron's cult of Shambhala agree with all radical Progressive Left idealogy; because they helped light the fire under it, back in their guru, Trungpa’s 60s’ heydays. Mindfulness is useful to Eglartarianism as the doctrine teaches non-judgmental behaviours, so people are slow-boiled into accepting what they would have usually rejected before the teachings.
Dalai Lama XIV
The Dalai Lama XIV disclosed in an interview to the BBC that he had such good relations with Chairman Mao Zedong that he regarded him as “a father”. Recalling his close relationship with Mao in a BBC interview, the Tibetan religious leader recounted how, at formal dinners, the Chinese leader would make him sit by his side and personally serve him in the best Chinese tradition.
In the interview, the Dalai Lama acknowledged with a laugh when asked by the interviewer, Andrew Marr, whether as a young man he was “attracted by some aspects of Communism”. He then approvingly cited Marxist economic theory which, he believed, offered a solution to the current economic crisis in the West.
In September 1954, the Dalai Lama XIV together with the 10th Panchen Lama went to the Chinese capital to meet Mao Zedong and attend the first session of the National People's Congress as a delegate, primarily discussing China's constitution. On 27 September 1954, the Dalai Lama was selected as a Vice chairman of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, a post he officially held until 1964.
When Mao Zedong finally died in 1976, during a Kalachakra ritual, the 14th Dalai Lama staged a rite connected to the Kalachakra Tantra.
The Dalai Lama XIV held an offical government position during Mao Zedongs disasterous Great Leap Forward and only disembarked when confronted in the midst of his own demised during the China's Cultural Revolution. Could the Dalai Lama XIV be charged and put on trial for mass genocide? …Guanyin soil?
Alyce Zeoli - Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo
Alyce Zeoli, an Italian-Jewish woman originally from Brooklyn who went from leading a New Age prayer group in her basement to becoming Jetsunma Ahkon Lhamo, the highest-ranking woman in Tibetan Buddhism. Alyce Zeoli as an ordinary spiritual cult leader and psychic claimed to channel a prophet named Jeremiah and received alien voices belonging to “Andor, Head of the Intergalactic Council,” a demon named “Santu,” and even transconfigurating a strange, high-pitched “Miss Buddha” during séances located in her suburban basement every Thursday night.
Jetsunma was recognized by Penor Rinpoche, second only to the Dalai Lama as Tibetan Buddhism’s supreme authority, as a reincarnation of a 17th-century saint, and he identified her as an emanation of Mandarava, the “peerless princess,” consort of Padmasambhava, the legendary founder of Buddhism in Tibet.
Kunzang Odsal Palyul Changchub Choling is the largest Tibetan Buddhist Center in the United States, located in Poolesville, Md. Founded in 1986 by Alyce Zeoli, the community under her leadership attempted to blend classical Tibetan ideas with an almost “anything goes” attitude toward life and spirituality.
Alyce Zeoli claimant, H. H. Penor Rinpoche, later caused much head-shaking disbelief by also recognizing actor Steven Seagal as a Tulku but had later confided to a journalist that he would not be recognising any more American tulkus — since Americans tend to have “a problem with pride.” shortly before he died, Penor Rinpoche wrote a roughly worded letter to Jetsunma demanding that she stop referring to herself as a realized person and stop teaching Buddhadharma in his name.)
Akong Rinpoche, Kagyu Samye Ling Monastery
On 8 October 2013, it was reported that Akong Tulku Rinpoche had been killed in “a dispute over money” in Chengdu, China, along with two other monks, including Rinpoche's nephew, and his driver. The police said that three Tibetan men had been arrested and admitted carrying out the killings. The Samye-Ling website subsequently said that the killers had intended to rob Akong Rinpoche of funds which were being distributed to various projects supported by the charity, Rokpa International, for which he was responsible.
On 12 October 2013 Samye-Ling released a statement confirming that one of the suspected killers had been named by Chengdu police as Tudeng Gusha, also known as Thubten Kunsal, who had spent some five years in the UK and who had made religious statues at Samye Ling and an associated centre in London. The statue of Nagarjuna at Samye Ling was sculpted by Lama Thubten Kunsal from Tashi Gonsar Gong monastery in Derge, East Tibet. On 12 October 2013 the centre announced that Thubten Kunsal has been named by Chengdu police as one of three individuals suspected of the murders of Akong Rinpoche, co-founder of the centre, and two others in Chengdu, China, on 8 October 2013.
New Kadampa Tradition
On February 5, 1997, three Tibetans were murdered on the campus of the Buddhist School of Dialectics, close to the Dalai Lama’s residence in McLeod Ganj, near Dharamsala, India. The victims were the founder and principal of the Institute of Buddhist Dialectics, Venerable Lobsang Gyatso, age 70, and two of his students, Lobsang Ngawang, 25, and Ngawang Latto, 23. All three were reportedly killed with sharp weapons. Lobsang Gyatso died at the scene of the crime. The two monks were rushed to a nearby hospital, where they succumbed to their injuries. Six Tibetans were detained for investigation, and one Tibetan youth has been arrested. One newspaper, Indian Express, claims that the killer or killers are connected with followers of the deity Dorje Shugden. Lobsang Gyatso reportedly received threatening letters that accused him of being part of the Dalai Lama “clique” and of spreading propaganda against the deity Dorje Shugden.
Gyatso’s first coup was to overthrow the Tibetan Buddhist Manjushri Institute in England. In 1977, he was invited by Lama Yeshe to be a resident teacher and soon garnered a large following. He then blackmailed the school, threatening to release a 100-page document that falsely alleged criminal drug dealing and more. Within a few years, he managed to take over the institution, ousting the Tibetan religious leadership by pushing out anyone who had the authority to keep his power in check. Tenzin Peljor states that Gyatso even bribed one teacher, paying them to leave. He then became the highest authority at the Institute. Today, Manjushri serves as the central headquarters of the New Kadampa Tradition.