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Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Irony and karma

The Wadas and Hojos are the Japanese Borgias and Medicis and Ikeda is the Japanese Pope. It is ironic and due to karma that SGI's center in Florence Italy is the most beautiful Villa the Medici's ever built. Ikeda and his dukes act contrary to the teachings of Shakyamuni Buddha and Nichiren Daishonin who never advocated acquisitions. This is similar to the Medici's practices which ran counter to the teachings of Jesus and St. Francis.

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  1. You are a fool Sun entity and worse, an ignorant fool. SGI is hardly the Daishonin's Lotus Sutra Buddhism. Having destroyed the Myoho renge by asserting over and over and over again that the Mentor-Disciple is "the prime point of the Lotus Sutra kyo is one reason you reside in the Lower Worlds. Having abandoned Nichiren's doctrine of the Four Dictums through the SGI practice of interfaith is another reason you reside in the Lower Worlds. Misidentifying the Eternal Buddha, according to Nichiren, is yet another reason you reside in the Lower Worlds, "unable to distinguish black from white." Substituting mentor for Law, a Shingon Yuiga Yoga practice, is the most significant reason that you fail to attain Buddhahood. You [SGI] state, "We are all Buddhas", outside one side of your mouths and out of the other side of your mouths, you encourage non-Buddhist "personal guidance" and the compulsory signing of the SGI Code of Conduct for Leaders. This belies that you are all Buddhas because who ever heard of a Buddha running for guidance or signing a code of conduct. In the next comment I will teach you of the Four Dangers of the Soka Gakkai.

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    1. williams was a disaster. show the true nature of ikeda and his cult. shameful!

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  2. The four dangers of the Soka Gakkai from the perspective of the Lotus Sutra and teachings of Nichiren:

    The first danger of the SGI teachings is mixing the clean with the unclean. No dog would ever intentionally eat ground glass. No infant would ever intentionally ingest a toxic substance nor would any mother intentionally give her baby a toxic substance. However, a dog will eagerly eat a steak inundated with ground glass and an infant will readily drink tainted breast milk. A mother, not knowing that the noxious drug is excreted into her breast milk, inadvertently gives it to her baby. This is what the SGI members serve to the children of the Buddha. They serve the poison of the heretical doctrines of Nichiren as True Buddha, The DaiGohonzon, and the Oneness of Living Mentor and Disciple to their children in the milk of Namu Myoho renge kyo. Or they, like a mean and deranged farmer, serve their loyal dog the ground glass of slander of the orthodox sects in the steak of the Jiga-ge.

    The second danger is as noxious as mixing the clean with the unclean: Taking a piece of the teachings from the middle, a piece from the end, and a piece from the beginning and re-attaching them in reverse order or mixing them up. The former practice is like a surgeon who reverses a vein when creating an arterial bypass. The flow of blood ceases and the patient dies. The latter practice (that of mixing up the teachings) can be likened to a physician who is ignorant of adverse drug-drug interactions. He mixes two or three safe and efficacious drugs together which turns them into a powerful poison. The former practice of rearranging the teachings is commonplace in the SGI. For example, those teachings that Nichiren Daishonin taught before he had fully developed his faith are given precedent over the later complete teachings or they promote the theoretical teachings of expedients over the essential teachings of abandoning expedients and the exclusive faith and practice of the Lotus Sutra. An example of the danger of mixing several efficacious practices which when mixed have a deleterious effect, are the practices of shoju and shakabuku in the Soka Gakkai which are practiced without understanding the times or the circumstances in which we live. They practice shoju towards the slanderers of the Dharma such as the Zen men, Nembutsu adherents, and believers in Islam and practice shakabuku towards the members of the Kempon Hokke and the Nichiren Shu. These sundry practices the SGI perpetrates on the children of the Buddha. Neither Greg Martin nor Dave Baldshun nor any of the salaried SGI leaders are good persons and neither is their master, Daisaku Ikeda. Both have the mission of destroying the teachings and harming the children of the Buddha, Daisaku Ikeda from above and the salaried SGI leaders from below.

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  3. The third danger of the SGI is that they arbitrarily add doctrines and concepts to the Great Pure Teachings where none exist and claim them as “the original and authentic teachings of Nichiren Daishonin”. This is worse than forging Gosho because it is more insidious. By altering a word here or a word there, to already extant and authentic Gosho (literally putting words in Nichiren’s mouth), they become adept at fooling the people. This cunning and treachery they inherited from the perverse seven hundred year tradition of the Taisekaji priests and their Gosho Zenshu, Oral Teachings, and faked transfer documents. Fortunately, we have the unadulterated Showa Tehon Collection of Original Gosho (as well as expert linguists), to keep them honest. We also have the disciples and believers of the Eternal Shakyamuni Buddha and Nichiren Daishonin whose correct faith and understanding renders them capable of clarifying such matters.

    The last danger is that many innocent people fall prey to the Soka Gakkai's argument, “Nichiren said this but meant that” which is the teachings of the delusion of fundamental darkness. Since this is a visceral and emotional argument and the people are steeped in the Three Poisons, no amount of logic or scholarship will suffice to overturn it. Most people can no more see their own eyebrows than heaven in the distance [Nichiren]. It will require the wisdom of the Buddha born of faith in Nichiren Daishonin’s Gohonzon and the Lotus Sutra to destroy these arguments and devils.

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  4. It has been observed that the need for interpretation reveals a weakness in the text.....it is what it is...the perfect doctrine remains....eternally true, like the round full moon on a cloudless night...the moon, in its utter, geometric perfection, represents ourselves......bright, undefiled, and yes, smiling down upon the earth.....its mate in the cosmos....

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  5. Yes, jules, I agree , and would add that there is no need to interpret Nichiren's writings-- they are comprehensive, concise and consistent.
    By all means, taking them literally is literally the only rational way to *interpret* the Gosho.

    ~Katie

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