BBC Doc Proves Jesus Was A Buddhist Monk Named Issa Who Spent 16+ Years In India & Tibet

BY BRENT LAMBERT The life story of the most famous person who has ever lived is, in fact, filled with a mysterious gaping hole. From the age of 13 to 29 there is no Biblical, Western, or Middle Eastern record of Jesus‘s whereabouts or activities in Palestine. Known as “The Lost Years,” this gaping hole remained a mystery until one explorer’s More...

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By Bulletin Lotus On Thursday, May 11th, 2017
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Misteri Jam Raksasa di Candi Borobudur

Misteri Jam Raksasa di Candi Borobudur Borobudur bermula pada sekitar tahun 750 Masehi, ketika seorang arsitek bernama Gunadarma berdiri di sebuah gunung di Kerajaan Syailendra. Di hadapannya tampak sebuah danau More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Sunday, March 19th, 2017
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A Brief History of Buddhism in Japan (PART IV)

PART IV: APPENDIXES 1. INTRODUCING THE JAPAN BUDDHIST FEDERATION (JBF) According to recent national census conducted in 2003, there are approximately 96 million Buddhists belonging to over 77,000 temples and associations. More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Sunday, March 19th, 2017
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A Brief History of Buddhism in Japan (PART III)

PART III: TOWARD THE FUTURE WHAT DOES BUDDHISM CONTRIBUTE TO THE WORLD PEACE? Importance of Avoiding Polarization We are usually inclined to extremes in our ways of life: intellectualism or materialism, absolutism More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Sunday, March 19th, 2017
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A Brief History of Buddhism in Japan (PART II)

1. JAPANESE BUDDHISM TODAY Secularization of Japanese Society Foreigners visiting Japan for the first time are likely to think that it is a completely secularized country. It appears to be so because the majority More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Sunday, March 19th, 2017
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A Brief History of Buddhism in Japan (PART I)

A BRIEF HISTORY OF BUDDHISM IN JAPAN 1. BUDDHISM INTRODUCED TO JAPAN Presentation of Korean Buddhist Materials Buddhism is considered to have been officially introduced to Japan in A.D. 538 when the ruler of Baekje, More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Monday, October 10th, 2016
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Life of Yasodhara

Yaśodharā (Pali Yasodharā) was the wife of Siddhārtha Gautama, later known as Gautama Buddha, the founder of Buddhism. She later became a bhikkhuni (a Buddhist nun) and is considered an arahatā. Yaśodhara More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Saturday, April 23rd, 2016
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Pahlawan Nasional Beragama Buddha

Walaupun bukan agama mayoritas, umat Buddha ikut memiliki andil dalam usaha merebut kemerdekaan Indonesia. Jumlahnya memang tidak banyak, tapi ada juga loh pahlawan nasional yang beragama Buddha atau menjalankan More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Monday, March 7th, 2016
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Niko Shonin (1253-1314), Salah Satu Murid Utama Nichiren Daishonin

Sado-bo Niko adalah anak dari seorang samurai di Mobara, Kazusa. Ayahnya sangat terkesan dengan Nichiren ketika Ia bertemu dengannya pada tahun 1265, Ia kemudian menyuruh Niko anaknya yang seorang Bhiksu pemula More...

By Bulletin Lotus On Sunday, March 6th, 2016
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Cerita Singkat Tentang Nitcho Shonin

Nitcho, juga dikenal dengan nama Iyo-bo, lahir di Omosu, daerah Fuji, Kota Suruga, sebagai anak angkat dari seorang pengikut Nichiren Shonin yang terpenting bernama Toki Jonin (1214-1299). Ia adalah seorang bhiksu More...

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