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Thursday, June 23, 2016

Soka Gakkai steals and usurps the Daimoku of the Lotus Sutra

“…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…” — Opening of the Eyes

Soka Gakkai steals and usurps the Daimoku of the Lotus Sutra to destroy the Secret Law of the Object of Worship, the concept of Eternal Buddha, the doctrine of the exclusive faith and practice of the Lotus Sutra, the doctrine of the transmission, and the meaning and significance of attaining Buddhahood in this very body. They utilize the writings in a selective and arbitrary manner and highlight the disputed texts such as the forged and insignificant Ongi Kuden to supplement and bolster the erroneous teachings of Human Revolution, Lotus Sutra interfaith, SGI Oneness of Mentor and Disciple, and seeking guidance [control]. They [Daisaku Ikeda and his high paid lieutenants] also steal and usurp Namu Myoho renge kyo to enrich themselves.

5 comments:

  1. equally guilty is the absurd teachings of the nichiren shoshit.

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  2. The Mentor/D-- relation is a paradox, or pure contradiction ....sakyamuni considered himself an equal within his sangha... "follow the law, not the person''
    he was as clear as a blue sky, ..how can one dismiss this ?....perhaps the corporate principle has become the de facto religion......and this cemented, synthetic bond of mentor, or manager, or coach, or pied-piper, or messiah, or high-priest, or self-promoting rock star, or true-genius, is another, cracked focus of glory, which happens to be a mere, provisional doctrine.... the dharma is eternal, as opposed to the ephemeral, transient common mortal.

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  3. all cults are the same. there has to be one person who has to fuck everyone. ikeda tambien. the high priest(priests) tambien.

    thank goodness, literally , we have the priest shinkei who spends his time deeply learning the teachings and the language. gassho shinkei!

    however, no doubt, messing with the lotus sutra is the greatest evil.

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  4. "“…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…” — Opening of the Eyes

    There are two categories of practitioners-- those who read the fine print and those who threw out the manual all together--

    ~Katie

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