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Thursday, February 27, 2014

Daisaku Ikeda is the Devedatta of Mappo

Daisaku Ikeda is the Devedatta of the Latter Day.

Question: Why?

Answer: By following Daisaku Ikeda, one fails to follow Shakyamuni Buddha and Nichiren Daishonin and is prevented from practicing True Buddhism.

Daisaku Ikeda, like Devedatta, has memorized the 80,000 teachings while seeking awards and honors. Daisaku Ikeda, like Devedatta, attempts to destroy the sangha of the Bodhisattvas of the Earth, those who follow only the Law, Shakyamuni Buddha, and Nichiren Daishonin. Having created his own sangha, he lures those seeking the truth of Buddhism away from Shakyamuni Buddha's and Nichiren Daishonin's sangha and into his own, thus breaking the unity of believers in the sangha of the Lotus Sutra. Also, like Devedatta, he injures the Buddha causing him to bleed while murdering the Buddha's foremost disciple from the infinite past, Nichiren Daishonin. He does this by altering their sublime teachings.

SGI Gohonzons are invalid because Nichiren Shoshu Gohonzons are invalid, save for those in Nichiren's, Nikko's, and Nichimoku's hand. The SGI is the crooked shadow of the crooked tree of Taisekaji. Choosing a Nichikan Gohonzon was the work of Daisaku Ikeda, the Devedatta of the Modern Age. Daisaku Ikeda's and Nichikan’s faith deviate from Nichiren faith.

The Nichiren Shoshu and the SGI revere Nichikan as“The Great Restorer of the Fuji Sect”. We refer to him as "The Great Destroyer of the Nichiren Faith" by taking Shakyamuni Buddha out of the religion he founded and for denigrating the Lotus Sutra as, "no longer valid in Mappo". Nichikan called Shakyamuni Buddha a “husk Buddha” and he taught that “We chant the Juryo-hon to smash the Hoben-pon and we chant the Daimoku to smash the Juryo-hon.”

Absolute proof of Daisaku's Ikeda's delusion, lack of insight, and lack of Enlightenment, was choosing a Gohonzon of the slanderer Nichikan for his banner of propagation rather than a Gohonzon inscribed by Nichiren Daishonin.

Daisaku Ikeda is the Devedatta of the modern age and the third of the Three Powerful Enemies described in the Exhortation to Hold Firm, Chapter 13 of the Lotus Sutra. Nichiren Daishonin teaches in the Opening of the Eyes, one of his two most important writings:

“However, they do not look like those referred to in the sutra: ‘monks who wear robes and stay in tranquility.’ People do not suppose that they are ‘revered by the people as though they were arhats with Six Superhuman Powers.’ Or, should I say that they are those who are “more cunning and less likely to reveal their faults?” — Opening of the Eyes

Who could be more cunning than a monk who states, “I am not a monk, I am a layman.”? In the Latter Day, it is the business suited president of the SGI who is looked upon by his disciples and the ignorant non-Buddhists with whom he holds dialogues as a living Buddha or one having superhuman powers: "He could read my thoughts"; "Rainbows follow him wherever he goes"; "How could anyone but a living Buddha collect so many awards and honors?"; or who but a Buddha could write so many hundreds of books?".

Actually, if you carefully observe and ponder the matter, you will see that he is the very manifestation of the Devedatta of the Latter Age and the third of the Three Powerful Enemies.His disciples too are extremely evil men. Nichiren Daishonin describes Daisaku Ikeda's disciples in the Opening of the Eyes, “…Then, as laymen, they work to destroy the teachings of Buddhism. Men of this kind steal and usurp the correct teachings of Buddhism and use them to supplement and bolster the erroneous writings…”

The Soka Gakkai steals and usurps the Daimoku of the Lotus Sutra to supplement and bolster the non-Buddhist SGI teachings of Human Revolution and Oneness of Mentor and Disciple. Daisaku Ikeda and his lieutenants steal and usurp Namu Myoho renge kyo to gain power over others and to enrich themselves. Do not believe for a moment that they rack their brains and burn their eyelids for your happiness. They care only for themselves.

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