In ten years all of Tibetan Buddhism will be Chinese in all but name thanks to its living Buddhas like the 17th Karmapa…

The first “living Buddha” was recognized by the Chinese in 1992, The very same people his predessor the 16th Karmapa fled in 1959.

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Here is how Keith Dowman described for us at the time what happened in 1992.

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As it turned out though the Chinese saw it otherwise, later made official after they recognized the Panchen Lama in 1995 and it went sideways on them, which is how today it is the Chinese who decide whom succeeds whom in Tibetan Buddhism as such.

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And it all began in 1992, why in ten years all of Tibetan Buddhism will be Chinese in all but name thanks to its living Buddhas like the 17th Karmapa…

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2 responses to “In ten years all of Tibetan Buddhism will be Chinese in all but name thanks to its living Buddhas like the 17th Karmapa…

  1. Karma Shwarma

    Karmapa or Tibetan Ryan Seacrest?

  2. Starshine

    Is this a Pepsi commercial? He doesn’t have hair to set on fire, but I still feel sorry for anyone made a plaything by anyone else. The little child star who has a role to play and can never find home again. Maybe being female I can relate to this thing, when a human being becomes objectified for whatever reason and then crucified if they ever break. I really don’t think this santanic spectacle was written by the boy himself, but it will never end as long as there is another cherubic baby to be used. Which is why my mantra is, I am not this body, or this image you have projected. A human being temporarily in this world full of silliness, where I find something real within.

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