Posted on January 13, 2019 by Edmund Butler (Reposted from Edmund Butler’s WordPress blog): This new article just came up… Read more “Communal child sexual abuse in Shambhala – like father, like son, and the others?”
From Coloradoan: Apparently the investigation by the Larimer Sheriff’s department into Shambhala Mountain Center, in Red Feather Lakes, Colorado, is… Read more Shambhala Mtn Center investigated for child rape
Police Launch Investigation into “Possible Criminal Activity” at Shambhala Mountain Center by Anne Wisman – Buddhistdoor Global – 2018-12-12 The… Read more Police launch criminal investigation at Shambhala Mountain Center
To thwart the travel restrictions imposed upon him by the Indian government, Orgyen Trinley Dorje not long ago applied bought a passport from The Dominican Republic.
The Dalai Lama says that he has long been aware of stories about sexual abuse by Buddhist teachers. “I already knew these things. Nothing new”, he replied to the question from the NOS about what he learned from his conversation with four victims of yesterday. Follow-up questions and other questions about the subject could not be asked at a short press conference in the Nieuwe Kerk in Amsterdam.
Apparently, the Dalai Lama has several different opinions on how countries should handle their own affairs, especially when it comes… Read more Dalai Lama: Europe belongs to Europeans – But America should be not be ‘selfish’!
NAROPA UNIVERSITY IMPORTANT INFORMATION ____________________________________________ From Families Against Cult Teachings’s website: Since the horrible death of Sharon Stern, F.A.C.T. has… Read more Exposing the Shambhala and Naropa Cults – by F.A.C.T.
The abuse and rottenness of Tibetan lamaism is system-wide, rooted deeply in the sacerdotal Tibetan Lamaism which long ago incorporated aspects of Bön (the indigenous animistic/shamanic religion of the region of Tibet), Buddhism, Hinduism, ritual magic, black magic, sorcery and witchcraft. Lamas of all lineages engage in this abusive behavior.
Of particular interest to me is whether the various Shambhala organizations have been violating tax laws. The Ladrang, for example, says on its provincial registry that it is a “church,” and yet the money raised appears to benefit only one person — Sakyong Mipham, and I suppose his family. And the Shambhala Canada Society was previously registered as the Vajradhatu Buddhist Church; I don’t know why the name was changed. It appears that licensing or other fees collected from the Shambhala centers are run through Shambhala International, but I don’t know if that income is declared as business income or of a charitable nature.
July 11, 2018 – New York Times By Andy Newman In a shrine on the sixth floor of a Manhattan… Read more The ‘King’ of Shambhala Buddhism Is Undone by Abuse Report – NYTimes