Category Archives: Asia

The Tibetan Book of the Dead; the establishment of the work

The English translation of The Tibetan Book of the Dead was first published in 1927 b y the Oxford University Press. Since then, the name of Dr. Walter Yeeling Evans-Wentz has been associated to this mysterious book of Buddhism as … Continue reading

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‘Time’ in the Taoism

What is time? It would be an idea that must have been invented for a convenience for humans to measure the lapse of days and to identify the seasons. In other words, if it is only an idea or a notion, … Continue reading

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“Rig-Veda” and “Brahmana”

Circa 1,200 B.C… "Rig-Veda"  The most ancient Aryan praise-verses.  It tells a simple expectation that humans, in the state of afterdeath, would get new bodies and new residences in the father’s country up above in heaven.    *Aryan… were a … Continue reading

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