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- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Contents
- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture I
- Buddha — that is, about 600 B.C. — has
- nature of the Buddha.
- Buddha lived as a prince in the Sakya family five centuries and a
- the Buddha at that time had not already been a Buddha. Buddha,
- been born in that age as Buddha. For Buddha does not signify
- an individuality; Buddha is a rank of honor, This Buddha
- was born as a Bodhisattva and was elevated to the Buddha in the
- also — and then he became a Buddha. But the situation is such
- twenty-ninth year of his life to the Buddha, the rank of the
- rank of Buddha. The successor to the Gautama-Buddha-Bodhisattva was
- rank of Buddha after 3,000 years, reckoned from the present time. In
- Bodhisattva to a Buddha. He who has been incarnated nearly every
- who is to become the Maitreya Buddha, changes greatly from epoch to
- will the Bodhisattva we have mentioned become the Buddha, and his
- He will be the One whom the ancients foresaw: the Buddha Maitreya, a
- Title: Jeshu ben Pandira: Lecture II
- of human beings. Magic-moral power of the word. The Maitreya Buddha.
- the preceding Bodhisattva became a Buddha, and who has, since that
- a Buddha, and this Buddha will then be the Maitreya Buddha. A Bringer
- words capable of doing this. Even the Maitreya Buddha could not do
- although many incarnations will be needed for the future Buddha, yet
- be experienced by the future Maitreya Buddha. But he experiences such
- order to prepare the Maitreya Buddha. The rest of his life he then
- of Maitreya Buddha, his “ego" will remain in him but will be
- Bodhisattvas, Buddhas, Christ. I must say to myself: ‘To feel
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