Shambhala New York to close due to lack of funds – loss of revenue and followers

  • Vajrayana ‘Buddhism’ – worldwide – is continuously losing massive amounts of revenue, followers and relevance as the various Centers around the world close down, are investigated, and exposed for the frauds they are.
  • We prophesied this rapid diminishing of this pseudo-wisdom, pseudo-enlightenment cult in our 2017 book, Exposing Deeds of Darkness.
  • The 13th Dalai Lama prophesied in his will the utter destruction and eradication of this Tantric-Sex false-Buddhist mind-control ‘spiritual and cultural tradition’, which the young 14th Dalai Lama copied over and over again to practice his Tibetan writing. 

The foundation of Vajrayana Lamaism is the not-so-secret Tantric Sex rituals practiced by Tibetan lamas (Tibetan, Westerner, Sikkimese and others) to purportedly reach enlightenment, and a fundamental aspect of Lamaism is sexual, physical and psychological abuse. The lamas believe they can ingest alcohol and illegal drugs without harm to their minds and bodies, because they ‘purify’ these substances with their mantras. This is based on the ‘Five Meats and Five Nectars’ (The five ‘nectars’ are human excrement, marrow, semen, blood, and urine. The five ‘meats’ are a bull, a dog, an elephant, a horse and a human being. Even ‘dutsi’, given to acolytes and the public, may contain the ‘sacred’ feces, phlegm or other body substances of their ‘god-kings.’)

The lamaists also believe they are above the laws of the countries that have foolishly embraced them.

Dutsi/Amrita (from Wikipedia)

From Lion’s Roar:

“According to interim director Eric Spiegel, Shambhala Meditation Center of New York will close on December 8, eventually reopening in a smaller, more affordable location. Spiegel says the relocation is largely due to a lack of funds.

“Although the announcement happened around the same time as the allegations against the Sakyong arose, there were serious ongoing structural issues that were being ignored,” Spiegel said, referring to allegations of misconduct by the leader of Shambhala. “Our rent was approximately $30,000 per month, which required very aggressive programming, which required a large staff, which then required continual fundraising efforts to support all of the above.”

According to Tricycle, membership director Katherine Lieberson distributed an email in September calling for additional financial support from members of the community. She said the center had plans to move by 2020, but the current crisis in the Shambhala community forced the center to close sooner than expected, although she didn’t directly address the allegations against the Sakyong…”


New Charity Inquiry: Rigpa Fellowship  – Charity Commission investigates Rigpa Fellowship

“The Charity Commission, the independent regulator of charities in England and Wales, is today announcing that it has opened a statutory inquiry into Rigpa Fellowship (279315). The inquiry was opened on 8 November 2018.

The charity, which is based in London, has objects to advance the Buddhist religion, and provides religious education, training and activities.

The Commission has been engaging with the charity since August 2017 over serious concerns about adult safeguarding. The regulator’s concerns have escalated in the course of this engagement, prompting the opening of a statutory inquiry.

The inquiry will examine the charity’s governance, policies and practices with regard to adult safeguarding, particularly in relation to:

  • its response, general handling and disclosure to the Commission and other agencies in relation to serious adult safeguarding incidents
  • its responsibility to provide a safe environment for its beneficiaries, staff and other charity workers in the delivery of its programmes

More generally the inquiry will examine the charity’s:

  • recruitment and supervision of its employees, volunteers and other charity workers
  • financial controls and their application
  • responsibility to maintain its reputation as a charity which can be entrusted with public support and the confidence of its beneficiaries, staff and volunteers

It is the Commission’s policy, after an inquiry has concluded, to publish a report detailing what issues the inquiry looked at, what actions were undertaken as part of the inquiry and what the outcomes were.

Reports of previous inquiries by the Commission are available on GOV.UK.”


From the New York Times:

July 8, 2018

“Late last month, a former Shambhala teacher released a report alleging that the Sakyong had sexually abused and exploited some of his most devoted female followers for years. Women quoted in the report wrote of drunken groping and forcefully extracted sexual favors. The report said that senior leaders at Shambhala — an organization whose motto is “Making Enlightened Society Possible” — knew of the Sakyong’s misconduct and covered it up…….”



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