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67 Pieces of Human Body Parts

30 March 2008
 

It is widely alleged that when Dalai Lama fled Tibet in 1959, among the things that he took with him, there were 67 items all made of human body parts, and over the years during his time touring the planet, he gave the most of them away as gifts to the Western and Indian politicians.

Those he offered to American government include two Tang-kas (cards painted with images of Lamaist deities) made of human skin, a Tibetan Lamaism ritual instrument made of human skull and a sutra tube made of human bone. Two particular US politicians also received a Tibetan dagger respectively, with the sheath clad in human skin.

The other Western governments and politicians that received the gifts made of human skins or bones are said to be that from Britain, Germany and France.

One fascinating gifts-given occasion is said to have involved the nominating committee for Nobel Peace Prize, and the prizes the honourable nominators were awarded for awarding the peace prize to non-violent nominee are a Tang-ka covered in human skin and a ritual tool made of human skull.

Hollywood actor Richard Gere (理差德.鸡尔) has also obtained, as it is widely believed, a Tibetan knife with a sheath containing human body parts.

Dalai Lama is know to be a highly accomplished collector of articles made of human skin. During his years in Tibet, he constantly sent his men to search for the quality human skinwears.

Human body mutilation as a way of punishment, normally performed by landlords and ruling lamas on their serfs, was part of old Tibetan culture tradition. Using body parts to make instruments and artifacts demonstrates that the noble Tibetans were the pioneers in helping our Mother Earth through recycling materials.

Regrettably this environmentally friendly tradition has been wiped out since the "reincarnated bodhisattva Avalokiteshvara", the symbol of compassion, fled the land of happiness and peace. We mourn for this sad loss, sincerely.

(Source: 普通打火机, china.com)

The Reality of Old Tibet
Myth and Reality of Tibet

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The largest part of the Tibetan population (more than 90 percent) at that time was composed of serfs, who were treated harshly by the landlords and ruling monks. All monasteries had large tracts of land as well as a great number of serfs under their control. The ruling monks' exploitation of these serfs was just as severe as that of the aristocratic landlords.

Serfs had no personal freedom from birth to death. They and their children were given freely as gifts or donations, sold or bartered for goods. They were, in fact, viewed by landlords as "livestock that can speak." As late as 1943, a high-ranking aristocrat named Tsemon Norbu Wangyal sold 100 serfs to a monk in the Drigung area for only four silver dollars per serf.

If serfs lost their ability to work, the lord confiscated all their property, including livestock and farm tools. If they ran away and subsequently were captured, half their personal belongings were given to the captors while the other half went to the lords for whom they worked. The runaways then were flogged or even condemned to death.

The lords used such inhuman tortures as gouging out eyes, cutting off feet or hands, pushing the condemned person over a cliff, drowning and beheading. Numerous rebellions occurred over the years against this harsh treatment, and in 1347 alone (the seventh year of Yuan Emperor Shundi's reign), more than 200 serf rebellions occurred in Tibet.

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