Is Tibetan Buddhism Part of Globalist Plot?
August 19, 2015
(left, Dalai Lama with the guru Shoko Asahara of the AUM sect of Japan,
responsible for the Tokyo sarin gas attack on March 20, 1995.)
A reader, Matt, senses something sinister
about the Dalai Lama and Tibetan Buddhism.
"Tibet is a stronghold of both spiritual and temporal power, connected with
the highest secret orders and globalist councils in the world. The
common goal is world domination through a saviour king to bring this
"Today, the media focuses on the crimes of Islamic fanatics, but when is the last time you heard about fanatic Buddhist monks inciting violence? Is Buddhism a sacred cow for some reason?"
Will Planned Antichrist be a Lama?
From Nov. 13, 2014 (Updated with hierarchical chart now in English)
Something may be rotten in the state of Tibet. Ever suspicious of the Dalai Lama's status as being the universal "holy" friend of seemingly all political and religious leaders of the world, I decided to learn more information about this character and the institution he represents. Something about the man seemed fake and deceptive to me, as if he had been fooling the world with his perma-smile all along. Check out The Darkness Over Tibet, an excellent, brief summary on this subject. Example:
- 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 government. The Chinese government 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 unknown at all outside of Tibet. He's considered as the "black pope" (the Catholic pope is the "white pope").
(Left. Twin Peaks- pointing to Tibet)
- The Catholic Church (Jesuits) and Lamaism are closely linked. Jesuits have been traveling to Tibet 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). 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.
My searches led me to the online tome The Shadow of the Dalai Lama by Victor and Victoria Trimondi. Here, my suspicions of the Dalai Lama were confirmed when I read that his Holiness worked with the guru Shoko Asahara of the AUM sect of Japan, responsible for the Tokyo sarin gas attack on March 20, 1995. Asahara apparently was very much connected to the Tibetan religion and met with many high Tantra masters. This is just one of a myriad of examples pointing to something seriously wrong with this institution.
I found a few good articles discussing the feudal, hellish society that existed under the greedy Lamas who ruled with an iron fist and treated the masses like animals. When the Dalai Lamas Ruled - Hell On Earth and The True Face Of The Dalai Lama provide a decent summary on the feudal Lamaist theocracy of Tibet.
Today, the media focuses on the crimes of Islamic fanatics, but when is the last time you heard about fanatic Buddhist monks inciting violence? Is Buddhism a sacred cow for some reason? For a brief summary on this, read The Long and Strange History of Buddhist Violence. In the Kalachakra Tantra, war and violence is discussed as the means to cleanse the world of undesirables Read about the Aggressive War Myth here.
If you've seen Twin Peaks, you may remember the strange references to Tibet. In one episode, Windom Earle uses the Tibetan word 'Dugpa':
"... these evil sorcerers, dugpas, they call them, cultivate evil for the sake of evil and nothing else. They express themselves in darkness for darkness, without leavening motive. This ardent purity has allowed them to access a secret place of great power, where the cultivation of evil proceeds in exponential fashion. And with it, the furtherance of evil's resulting power. These are not fairy tales, or myths. This place of power is tangible, and as such, can be found, entered, and perhaps, utilized in some fashion. The dugpas have many names for it, but chief among them is the Black Lodge."
Did David Lynch place occult secrets in plain sight in Twin Peaks? Was this "Revelation of the Method"?
There is also a strong connection between Theosophy (Blavastky, et al) and Tibetan Buddhism. Theosophist Charles Webster Leadbeater wrote about an occult Buddhist hierarchy of the world and the Great White Brotherhood is an important aspect of Theosophical teachings. The Occult Hierarchy and the Masters discusses this in detail.
According to The Shadow of the Dalai Lama, German authors have written of "an occult hierarchia ordinis of the Lamaist theocracy, which invisibly influences and steers the East."
"J. Strunk's arguments (Zu Juda und Rom --Tibet, [To Juda and Rome --Tibet], 1937) are more far reaching; he tries to uncover a conspiracy of an international ecclesiastical elite (with members from all the world religions) with the living Buddha, the Dalai Lama from Lhasa as their visible head. "What there are of organizations and new spiritual currents running alongside and in all directions nearly always end up on the 'roof of the world', in a Lama temple, once one has progressed through Jewish and Christian lodges"(Strunk, 1937, p. 28)."
"General Ludendorff and his wife likewise took to the field with great vigor against the "Asian priests"and warned that the Tibetan Lamas had emplaced themselves at the head of Jewish and Jesuit secret orders (Europa den Asiatenpriestern?[Europe of the Asian priests)], 1941)."
On pg. 32 of Geheime Weltmächte [Secret World Powers] by S. Ipares, possibly the most accurate chart of the world hierarchy can be found, (see above) placing the Lamas at the top with the Theosophists possibly being the liaison between the Lamas and the European leadership.
Lastly, the famous German author Gustav Meyrink (The Golem) had a very interesting mystical experience (Read the story in part 1 and part 2) in which he saw a Dugpa (red hat Lama) in a vision. I believe anecdotal information like this can help us just as much or even more to find the truth.
More scrutiny of Tibetan Buddhism is warranted. I see a lot of deception and attempts to conceal the truth. Tibet to be a stronghold of both spiritual and temporal power, connected with the highest secret orders and globalist councils in the world. Their common goal is world domination through a saviour king to bring this about. The effort to gradually sell this agenda to the world is most seen in the carefully engineered public adulation of the Dalai Lama, which has me wondering if a planned World King will actually be a Lama.
The idea of a Lamaist theocracy being the ultimate rulers of the world will sound far-fetched to many, but there is a good reason why it can only be found in old and untranslated German books.
1. Dalai lama articles on this site:
First Comment by Ryan, author of "In Defence of the Dalai Lama"
I must say, it seems that you need to fill a Summer News Gap by stooping to publishing such unfounded, uninformed s..t!
I was just in a 2 week retreat with very close contact with such so-called "elite" tibetan Tulkus/Rinpoches which the people like to criticize so much.
Unfortunately we live in times where it is cool to viciously criticize anything and everything which we don't understand or which seems strange to us.
I would like to ask the authors of this babble if they have actually ever talked with a tibetan, a tibetan monk or nun, a Tulku or Rinpoche? Or if you have read any correctly translated Buddhist doctrinal or philosophical texts, much less meditated? Obviously not.
Once again, His Holiness the Dalai lama is being abused as a lightning rod for our own frustrations, misconceptions and political motives.
Sure their are dissident "Buddhist" groups also criticizing His Holiness the Dalai Lama. One of the most vicious and vocal groups is funded by the Chinese. The authors seems to (unknowingly?) be on Chinas side by mentioning the Chinese government-supported fake Panchen Lama while neglecting to mention that the real Panchen Lama has been in detention for over a decade.
Henry, since you seem incapable of sorting out the mish-mash of confused western preconceptions about Tibetan Buddhism (admittedly an enormous and confusing topic) or noticing that you are being inadvertently manipulated by Chinese interests, I suggest you avoid this topic altogether.
In short your latest bashing of Tibetan Buddhism is just another example of someone with an axe to grind who criticizes something he has no idea about, based solely upon other overly-critical, antiquated and misinformed articles. As evidenced by the numerous factual flaws in his article he obviously doesn't have the least bit of knowledge, superficial or otherwise about Tibetan Buddhism.
Just a few of many points:
-"Lamaism" is an incorrect, very antiquated term for Vajrayana Buddhism.
-To quote "Twin Peaks" - an American TV series? as an authoritative source on the Drugpas undermines any seriousness of this article. Really! Yes a Drukpa school exists, but this cannot be used as a general term.
-The Trimondis are an interesting example. The Dalai Lama has thousands of students who praise him. Why quote only the rare few who were disenchanted by the Dalai Lama and don't even publish their highly critical book under their real name.
-I am amused by his German language sources from the 1930's. Can/did the author actually read the material he is quoting. The chart only contains general Buddhist terms and seems to put Pratyeda (solitary) Buddhas at the pinnacle (Herr der Welt/Ruler of the World) . Pratyeka Buddhas are practitioners of Theravada Buddhism and are held in very low esteem by Tibetan Buddhists.
-It is worthwhile to read other parts of the original "Geheime Weltmächte" text. Reading the short last chapter "Asiatisches Geheimbundwesen" it becomes clear just how little the author knew about Buddhism in general. This being the case what validity can their conclusions in the chart have?
-As far as the visions of Gustav Meyrink: What makes them more valid than mine or yours?
If the author is really looking for who might control the world shouldn't he look more into the Theosophist Illuminati connection.
There's not enough room here to even begin on the topic of how we've been bamboozled about the Dalai Lama and Tibet, and why.
Tibet was the last fully intact feudal theocracy on Earth till 1951, when Mao seized the moment to occupy and incorporate it.
At that time an Australian journalist wrote that the concept of human rights had been unknown in Tibet. A tiny elite of lamas and ancient aristocracy were literally worshiped by the serfs as demigods. Belief in soul evolution through reincarnation invariably produces a rigid caste system, on the logical assumption that serfs are 'born that way' because of karma and dharma. The ruling castes equally so. Got a problem with being a serf? Obey your masters, and maybe in a few hundred lifetimes your status may improve - but not in this one. The Tibetan serfs fully believed this. So did the lamas and 'nobility'. Serfs were whipped an tortured for trivial offenses. Mutilation was a standard punishment - cutting off ears, fingers, gouging out eyes, etc. These acts were carried out by an army of thugs formalized as warrior caste, or brutal order of low born monks who served as muscle for the lamas.
There are 'high and low' castes of Tibetan monks. The 'tulku lamas' are supposed to be reincarnations of historical men of renown. The vast majority of monks are from the lower castes and serve the Tulkus as slaves. Inside one of those magnificent medieval monasteries in Tibet it was discovered that the Tulka and all the elite lamas in that monastery were very active homosexuals, taking any peasant boy that struck their fancy for the 'honor' of becoming a monk-slave in that monastery. But this monastery also provided many of the especially brutal thug-monks sent out to serve as guards and enforcers at other monasteries.
Why didn't we hear any of this in school? Where were the specials on National Geographic and History Channel about the reality that the Dalai Lama is as much a feudal throwback as the Royal family?
Politics. The Dalai Lama* was important to the CIA when the State Department was against China's expansion. But the real money poured into the Dalai Lama's organization in exile through the United Nations NGO's. Between the two of these backers, there was a very real blackout on the reality of Tibetan lack of a "concept of human rights" well into the 20th century. Even right now, if you Google "Tibet human rights" you will get a pile of articles talking about modern Chinese violations of human rights. The template for this skewed history comes from Amnesty International. They're not going to tell you that the Tibetan theocrats think most of us are no better than sheep to be herded, accordingly.
The 'Elite' wet dream is a "New" World Order that is in fact a resurrection of ancient Theocratic Feudalism. That's they push Tibetan Buddhism.
There's not space left for me to recount my own experience with the Tibetan network in America. I'll just say that it was consistent with this dark mind set from the past. Just volunteer to go into one of the Tibetan ashrams out west and the pseudo-Christ candy coating melts off the Dalai Lama very quickly.
* Dalai Lama - The Worst Dictator in this Modern Day