Summary of "Buddhist Codes |
Continue to Astonish"
From 2007 to 2009, we published seven articles on Buddhist codes. In our continuing efforts to research this topic, we have a diverse collection of Dalai Lama, Siddhartha, and The Buddha codes to present. Some have been found doing a search of the entire Tanakh (Old Testament) for a word or phrase and then examining the shortest skips for extensions, and in others we were looking at a particular passage of Scripture because either another code passed through there, or because of the content of the surface text. In this summary, we present two of the 17 codes presented in the full length article.
Dalai Lama (1) raises the question, who is the public messenger? Could it be the media and not an individual? Could a soft oasis to me mean that television really is the opiate of the masses, and what does the public messenger have to do with the Dalai Lama? The current Dalai Lama is the first to travel to the West. He has been honored with numerous awards, including the Nobel Peace Prize (1989). His exile from Tibet (1959) coincides with the television boom for the average home in America and Britain. Never before would the Dalai Lama have been able to influence so many during his lifetime.
In The Buddha (1.3), essential existence is a phrase that could express the Buddhist's desire to transcend suffering and worldliness. The Three Marks of Existence are impermanence (all things are in flux or cease to be), suffering (nothing brings lasting satisfaction), and impersonality ("no self"). Enlightenment or Nirvana transcends these.
The Buddha will accompany me is not a teaching of Theravada Buddhism, but in the sense of walking the same path that Buddha walked to achieve enlightenment, it could be ventured to say, Buddha was accompanying you. In contrast, in Mahayana Buddhism, the concept of the Buddha accompanying his most devoted followers is commonplace.
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