The following desperate plea for more money was found on Reddit: Dear Scorpion Seal Practitioner, I am delighted to announce… Read more Give more! And more! Keep giving! Support the morally-deficient Sakyong!!
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?”
Vajrayana ‘Buddhism’ – worldwide – is continuously losing massive amounts of revenue, followers and relevance as the various Centers around… Read more Shambhala New York to close due to lack of funds – loss of revenue and followers
Another one bites the dust: Rigdzin Namkha Gyatso ‘Rinpoche’ Translated from der Standard: The Silence of the Lamas: Abuse in… Read more The Silence of the Lamas: Abuse in Buddhism –
Our heavenly Father has appointed my husband and myself to pray intercessory prayers for you, we did not choose this,… Read more Spiritual Warfare to Heal the Intimate Wounds of Spiritual Sexual Abuse
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.
“Due to his paralysis, CTR only had the use of one hand, so when he called for tabi it was our job to go into the bathroom with him, keep him steady, help him get his penis out before he wet his pants and put the coke on a spoon for him to inhale. It was also our job to keep his nose clean, and as you can tell from the picture, we were not always successful. Later, when I went to the bathroom alone, I put some on my gums. It was definitely cocaine.”
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