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Written in the eighth century, The Tibetan Book of the Dead is a guide for dying. A map for the journey we will face after life. Decoding the Past s3e3: Tibetan Book of the Dead, History 2007
In the early years of the twentieth century a lone American went on a spiritual quest. His name was Walter Evans-Wentz. An Oxford-educated folklorist in search of ancient wisdom ... In a small monastery he became the first Westerner to read the Book that claimed to know the mysteries of life after death. ibid.
Intriguingly stories from the Tibetan Book of the Dead seem to match the modern descriptions of those pronounced clinically dead on the operating table – so-called Near Death Experiences. ibid.
It was an American translation with a new emphasis and a new title. The Psychedelic Experience was written in 1964 by Harvard Professor Timothy Leary ... The researchers found strong similarities between the drug experience and the Tibetan death experience. ibid.
The journey ends as it began. With a long trip down a dark tunnel towards a glowing light. Only this tunnel is the womb. And the brightness is the first light seen when a new-born baby opens its eyes. It is the end of one stage, or Bardo, and the beginning of the Bardo called Life. ibid.
Oh nobly born, that which is called Death has now come. Now thou art experiencing the radiance of the light of pure reality. Tibetan Book of the Dead
Oh nobly born, do not be enticed by the soft light of the gods. It is an obstacle to liberation. ibid.
More than 6,000 monasteries and places of worship are said to have been looted, desiccated and destroyed in what the Chinese call ‘The peaceful liberation of Tibet’. Within the last few years the Chinese have dramatically increased political arrests and prison labour. Chris Everard, Illuminati I
The spiritual master and head of state in Tibet is the Dalai Lama ... Even though the Dalai Lama is a man of peace, he speaks good English and is recognised for his statesmanship. He was refused an audience with Queen Elizabeth of Great Britain. However, the British Royal Family who have members that are active Freemasons greeted the leader of the murdering Communist Chinese government with a full state ceremony. Chris Everard, Illuminati II
The Free Tibet campaign is a worldwide movement of volunteers who wish to highlight the illegal killings and imprisonment of Tibetan people. The Free Tibet campaign displayed flags during the state visit of the Chinese premier in London. The Free Tibet flags were confiscated by British police officers. The peaceful protesters were often arrested and dragged away for no apparent reason; some were even assaulted and beaten by British police officers. ibid.
A royal document dating back to the seventh century states that the first seven Tibetan kings came from the stars. Chris Everard, Secret Space II
Small skeletons with oversized skulls have been found. The tribes in the Baiyun Mountains have a detailed mythology involving star-beings crash-landing space-ships in the distant past ... Jade figurines have been found in this area which display a remarkable similarity to the grey aliens reported worldwide by millions of people. ibid.
Official US policy has consistently regarded Tibet as a part of China, although an autonomous region within China. We have no evidence at this point that the Chinese government is engaged in any policy or in any actions aimed at wiping out the Tibetans, or in short, reflecting a policy of genocide, either against the Tibetan people themselves or against their culture ... [mind-control breaks down and Wiedemann enters a hypnotic trance, smiling inanely] Kent Wiedemann, US State Department, televised interview
My crime was that in 1959 I signed a statement saying that Tibet was an independent country. For that I spent seventeen years in Chinese prisons and concentration camps. Dr Tenzin Choedrak, physician
The Himalayas of Tibet: in the 1930s the Nazis began searching the top of the world for evidence of high priests who they believed were their blood ancestors. Nazis: The Occult Conspiracy, Discovery 1998
Tibetans are no longer wearing Tibetan clothes. Tibetans are not talking Tibetan, only Chinese. Wearing Chinese blue uniform everybody. The monasteries are no longer the monasteries. And no mark for the dead. Thupten Jigme Norbu, elder brother of Dalai Lama
The Tibetan Book of the Dead can be understood like a Thompson’s guide, map-quest for everyone who ever wants to find ultimate meaning in their life and after-life experiences. Lama Chodak Gyatso Nubpa
The Tibetan Book of the Dead is perhaps the first how-to book. Michael Mikel Dunham, author Samye & Buddha’s Warriors
It has never gone out of print since 1927. There’s been six or more other translations from the Tibetan, so it’s continuing to maintain that hold on Western imagination. Professor Bryan J Cuevas, author The Hidden History of the Tibetan Book of the Dead
The Tibetan Book of the Dead wants you to know that your life will go on after you die. And how it will go on will depend on how well you live. So live better, make an effort: that is the message of the Book of the Dead. Robert Thurman, author Tibetan Book of the Dead
The Chinese government wants me to say that for many centuries Tibet has been part of China. Even if I make that statement, many people would just laugh. And my statement will not change past history. History is history. Dalai Lama
China invaded Tibet. It invaded it. So all this nonsense about them being the same country is absurd. It’s called Tibet. If it was part of China, it would be called China, wouldn’t it? Joanna Lumley
I believe that the Tibetans should have the right to control their own destinies and decide for themselves whether they want to be part of China or not. But this view isn’t shared by most Chinese, or even the leaders of most Western democracies. As long as the Communist Party is in power, there is little hope for Tibet. Ma Jian
Time for school in the highest village in the Himalayas. But these pupils have no ordinary school run. For those who live in the Himalayas every day is extraordinary. This is the mountain range of the greatest extremes. The weather harsher. Mountains higher. Gorges deeper than anywhere else in the world. Mountain: Life at the Extreme, BBC 2017
A frozen forest. Hidden here is a remarkable animal rarely seen: the Yannan snub-nosed monkey. The highest living monkey in the world. They have no nose to get frost-bitten … To prevent freezing to death they must huddle together for warmth. ibid.
Snow leopard: mountain specialists. Thick fur to tackle the cold, enlarged lungs for the thin air and large paws … One of the rarest big cats in the world. ibid.
But the strangest creature of them all is the Tibetan hot-spring snake. The highest living snake in the world. Here on the Tibetan plateau there are thermal pools. ibid.
At 6,700 metres lives in the highest animal in the world – the Himalayan jumping spider … He can jump fifty times his body length. ibid.