Jesus in a New Age, Dalai Lama World: Defending and Sharing

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By this offering let all the doors of the earth be shut. .'! ke! ke .' Let not your servants injure us when we build a house or repair tln'^ one, nor when we are engaged in marriage matters, and let every- thing happen to this family according to their wishes. The solution was to rely upon a class of individuals to slaughter animals. The principal beings are the five Dhyani Buddhas- the esoteric meditation Buddhas of the five colors found in and other sources.

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Publisher: Interserve; Expanded edition (November 7, 2006)

ISBN: 0977691306

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