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Saturday, January 30, 2016

Better a lone pine beggar who follows Nichiren than Herbie Hancock and Orlando Bloom who follow Daisaku Ikeda

"The lotus will grow even in rubbish thrown away. It will delight the heart with its sweet smell and beauty." --Buddha

"Just like a lotus, the disciple, by his wisdom, will shine among them that are ignorant, blind and unconverted." -- Buddha

We shine though we are few. We see reality as it is. The SGI members make up reality to fit their unenlightened worldview. They are as numerous as hemp seedlings. They can offer nothing to relieve the suffering of the people.

Converted are those converted to the Sublime Dharma of the Lotus Flower Sutra. Then, one is said to be practicing as the Buddha teaches. Converting to SGI pseudo-Buddhism or following Ikeda rather than Nichiren Daishonin is to give off the scent of the Corpse Flower, not the Lotus.

Virtue is to practice the Lotus Sutra and the teachings of Nichiren Daishonin, not the teachings of SGI and Ikedaism. It would be better to be a leper who practices correctly than the president of the SGI. It is better to be a poverty stricken lone pine beggar like myself than a multimillionaire parasitic morning glory in the SGI like Orlando Bloom and Herbie Hancock.

Fruitless are the words of Ikeda who fails to practice as the Lotus Sutra and Nichiren Daishonin teach. Neither he nor his disciples give off the scent of sweet perfume to those who have an interrelationship with Shakyamuni Buddha and the leader of the Bodhisattvas of the Earth. Rather, to us, he gives off the odor of stinkweed. We neither look up to him nor are moved by his flowery hollow words and behaviors while his unenlightened deluded followers and ignorant ecumenists look up to him as a living Buddha. Ikeda has done more to destroy Buddhism than the Muslim hordes in India. He and the Soka Gakkai are noxious plants. They are the water hemlock of Buddhism and we are the evening primrose from which is derived amrita.  Avoid Ikeda and the SGI at all costs. Draw near to us, the Sangha of the Bodhisattvas of the Earth and you will experience the joy of joys.


  1. Are we so few Mark? I think not. Snakes know the way of snakes and birds understand the trails in the sky. A different age is upon us, slowly dawning as the old age dies away.

    It was recently learned out to me that the number of Bodhisattva's from under the earth with followers of five or less or none outnumbers those in the 'organised' groups. The number of these small groups or individuals is 'immeasurable'.

    That seems right. Are we not witnessing the global emergence of such small groups or lone practitioners? Are we not also seeing the slow but terminal decline of the big organisations?

    I can only surmise that this is so because the age we are entering requires it. There is a lot of strength and resillience in a distributed network, it's effective and efficient too as the internet so ably demonstrates. Not so alone after all! :)

    1. *pointed out to me

      Soz for typos.

  2. No pipsqueak organisations can control that which is beyond their capacities to oppress