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Is Tibetan Lamaism Buddhism? (18)
True Identity of Dalai Lama's Top Adviser

22 June 2008

Is Tibetan Lamaism Buddhism? (1) - A Culture of Black Magic
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (2) - Dalai Lama's Black Magic
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (3) - The 5th Reting Lama
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (4) - Tibetan Lamas & Politics
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (5) - A World Power
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (6) - A World Power
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (7) - "I'm Just a Monk"
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (8) - Yin-yang in Lamaism"
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (9) - Transforming Spirits
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (10) - Yin-yang Double Cultivation
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (11) - The Treasonous Human Waste
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (12) - The Kalachakra Tantra
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (13) - The Abhisheka Ritual
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (14) - The Secret Rituals
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (15) - The Shambhala Myth
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (16) - The Shambhala War
Is Lamaism Buddhism? (17) - The Mandala's Dream

Palden Lhamo was the most trusted top political adviser to the 5th Dalai Lama, the mentor of the 14th Dalai Lama. The adviser in question is said to be a female, with dark blue skin, sharp and long teeth and a pair of eyes that popped out of their sockets. These physical attributes certainly wouldn't make her an attractive woman, in fact her image on Tibetan Tangkats looks obnoxiously ugly.

She is typically depicted as a warrior in blue riding on a demonic animal that is half donkey half horse, galloping across a sea of blood with human body parts floating on its surface. Her saddle is made of the skin of her won son who was killed by his mother for failing to obey her order, her right hand waves a child’s bone, her left hand holds a human skull filled with fresh blood, and her body is winded around with poisonous serpents.

Yes, this being is not really a woman, but a demon. And she is not the only demon commissioned by Tibetan Lamas to be their political consultant - there is a large crew of evil spirits, who share the same preference for fresh human flesh and blood, fully under her command.

A vicious demon as such is so highly revered and worshiped by Tibetan Lamas, which is quite telling. The following verse is part of a prayer chanted by lamas in Drepung (Zhetbang) Lamaist monastery, one of the three top rebellious institutes for Yellow Hat sect:

O, invincible Dorje Dragmogyel,
You ride on a fireball
Charging towards your feo.

You spew flames from your mouth,
Emit smoke from your nose,
Sweep the land with fire poles.

You gather dark clouds,
Initiate thunders and lightning,
Drop meteors and hailstones.

Earth rocks in fire and floods,
Death dances over corpses,
Space filled with demons.

You and your mates
Will defeat all those
Who oppose Buddhist teachings (Tibetan Lamas).

Please do not wait any longer,
Go drink their blood
At this very moment . [1]

In a location about 100 kilometres southeast to Lhasa stands a temple especially devoted to this cold-blooded demon adviser, and each successive Dalai Lama is required to spend a night with her, alone, in a bloodcurdling room lavishly decorated with dried human body parts.

It is documented that four Dalai Lamas went mad and died shortly after that dreadful night. As for our beloved 14th Dalai Lama, he didn't come out crazy, seemingly he has got on very well with her. The pair must have a lot in common then.

[1] Rene de Nebesky-Wojkowitz: Wo Berg Goetter sind, Drei jahre bei unerforschten Voelkern des Himalaya, Stuttgart 1955

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