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"Terrifying Buddhist monsters" - Slander Against Our Demons

Maxis Orientis

New member
May 9, 2023
As someone who used to think Buddhism was great, what I've come to realize from the content on Joy of Satan is that Tibetan Buddhism is only "great" and "interesting" via all the fancy temples and structures, because it stole from the ancient Bon religion, much no-less than one can "awe" at all the Christian cathedrals and castles in Europe, only to find out it's "only great" because Christianity is simply "Reverse Paganism".

Now what the JoS said about Buddhism seems to make sense to me now, because I found this list of so-called "terrifying Buddhist monsters" - only to find out they're simply our Demons.

It seems like the so-called "Buddhist monsters" is just the Asian version of the Grimoires.

Here is an article "Top 10 Demonic Deities in Buddhism".

If one checks #1, they'll even admit it is equivalent to Lord Shiva of the Vedic religion, which is Father Satan.

It truly makes me question, whether Siddarth Guatama was following Jewish garbage, or was just a really deluded Gentile much like Hong Xiuquan of the Taiping Kingdom. The two are very similar, claiming to lead a "rebellion" against the established Pagan orders of Tibet and China respectively.

The artwork is beautiful though......and when looked at with a JoS filter, the article will simply be "Our Demons" and actually serves as a great info for looking up the Gods through the Bon religion, our Gods...not "monsters"!

One of these is also the God of Wealth and come on if you, if you're preaching wealth is evil, and indoctrinating Buddhist students that these Demons are "scary monsters", THAT'S AN ENEMY RELIGION!

Hail Shangdi/Mahakala/Satan!

- GuangXia_666

Painting of Satan in Tibetan tradition:
These monsters are representations of the enlightened mind and the attainment of Nirvana. All these beings are Buddhas who lead to enlightenment, the Mahakala represents the Will, the True Will.
Kali is represented as a bloodthirsty black giant. These "monsters" are the best helpers who elevate the monk.

Indra is also seen as a protector of the Dharma, and the Vedic gods are generally well regarded.

In general, the most powerful deities in Vedism are Buddhas for Buddhists.
Doesn't Nirvana mean death? Which is the goal of buddhism and all jewish religions?
Buddhism is Hindu-Aryan as well as Western.
It was corrupted before it went to Tibet, and it stayed that way.
In the century of Christianity it degraded, and was taken over by people who had no knowledge.
The goal was never death or nihilism

Al Jilwah: Chapter IV

"It is my desire that all my followers unite in a bond of unity, lest those who are without prevail against them." - Satan