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Buddha Mentions The "One-Eyed" Person and it Sounds Familiar

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NoLifesTooMuchTime
NoLifesTooMuchTime
10 months ago

Sounds like the rapists who is running for president that this site wouldn’t touch with a 10
Foot pole because they belong to the republican side of the American politics cult.

I’m glad to get Buddha’s opinion.
It’s always healthy to want to know what a person who believes in no God has to say about evil. Any word on what the lactose intolerant kid has to say about the new milkshake?

Also if I give someone my name on here, can you summon up your gematrix demons and tell me if my name is in the Bible?

Ryan
Ryan
10 months ago

Thankyou for this.

Mike
Mike
10 months ago

I believe Buddhism (like all the occult stuff) is ultimately linked to the dark source. But this one-eye verbiage here IMO does NOT describe their true beliefs. Their true belief is that the one-eyed person knows it all: the one-eyed persons (who intentionally cover their one eye as a sign or symbology) view themselves as the select few who possess true knowledge, and enlightenment, ie they possess the esoteric and hidden (occult) knowledge that everyday (two-eyed) people do not possess and are not aware of. In contrast, this Buddhist description says a one eyed person is unaware of essential truths, which again is not the reality of how these occultists view themselves and their one eye symbology.

Luis
Luis
10 months ago

Wow.