Re: Masters of the East and West
- Hi Ottmar,
It's OK to talk about the first coming Buddha, but it gets a little to theoretical to talk about the following ones.
But just for the fun of it!
These Bodhisattvas has to be between the Twelve around Christ, so a guess would be that
- Maitraya (Love, Blue Stola) are Cain/Elisha/Hiram Abiff/John the Evangelist/Christian Rosencreutz, and
- Manjushri (Wisdom, Red Stola) is Seth/Solomon/Simon Peter/Aristotle/Rudolf Steiner, and
- Samantabhadra (Will, Orange Stola) is Judas son of Mattathias/Judas Iskariot
The three's incarnations are described in The Twelve around Christ.
--- In email@example.com, "ottmar12" <ottmar12@...> wrote:
> Hi Kim,
> thanks for the interesting comment. From my side just a very short
> The 5 th Buddha or Maitreya Buddha, the bringer of the good word. Now
> a Bodhisattva, after many incarnations, 50 or so, when the `full
> spirit comes down' on him, he'll ascend to a higher dignity, to
> The 6 th Buddha, the future Manjushri Buddha, now a Bodhisatva, has
> also been incarnated many times, just like the 7 th Buddha, the
> Samantabhadra Buddha. (You have to study it yourself, but just to give
> you an idea of the book: For Meyer Uhlenried, MJ is the future
> Maitreya, and CRC the future Manjushri Buddha.)
> In the book, I've mentioned here several times, by Meyer Uhlenried,
> Rudolf Steiner und die Bodhisattva-Frage, there is a complete
> collection of all Steiner quotes, rare quotes from Chirstian Community
> priest who had private talks with Rudolf Steiner on these and related
> matters and the well-founded attempt to attribute the Steiner quotes
> to the 3 Bodhisattvas, mentioned above. (For Dottie, in case she reads
> this: Meyer Uhlenried says Rudolf Steiner is the Bodhisattva, not
> Valentin Tomberg.) There are some speculations in Uhlenried's book,
> which I don't share, but at least he always gives a reason for his
> assumptions and marks them with ???.
> The term MJ may be of theosophical origin, I'm not sure whether HPB
> used or coined this term, in Vol XV of her collected writings, that is
> the cumulative index, I didn't find this term however. But it is for
> sure that Rudolf Steiner used this term more than once.
> Time's up ;-)
> Kind regards
I ever find your posts, 5 years of experience now! I'd love to go, last time I was there they still had the towers, long time no apple.
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> Thanks, Simone, I'll reply off-list or you might not find it among all the occult stuff going on around here at the moment. I'm off to the Big Apple on Wednesday. Wanna come?
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> > > F: Hmmm. Brazil has it's own version:
> > > http://southerncrossreview.org/67/the-spell.htm