Celtic Buddhism!
Started by KiNoRonin, 15th January 2008 15:07 in Paganism & Divinatory Arts

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    Ah but there is, Kino. I have met pagans who cherry pick the 'do as you will' bit and completely ignore the 'harm none' when it suits them.

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    Luna
    Ah but there is, Kino. I have met pagans who cherry pick the 'do as you will' bit and completely ignore the 'harm none' when it suits them.
    So Have I. I have met enough such Pagans that are Hypocrites when it comes to doing whatever they Wilt regardless of whether it does Harm or not.

    I consider such Pagans as being Crowellian Wiccans.

    I have as little to do with such Pagans as possible. I do not Denounce them as Not Being Pagan but I do say they Do Not Practice the Sacred Craft as it should ought to be.

    I consider myself a Restall-Orrelian Pagan being a Devotee of Emma Restall-Orr.

    She Practices the Sacred Craft as I feel it should ought to be Practiced so I follow her Example.


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    Luna
    So just another modern invented religion then.
    It is actually a Merger of Two Ancient Theological Philosophies that creates a New Tradition of Buddhism.

    It is something New that is based on Ancient Philosophies.


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    Awens to All:

    Today I went to put on the BVS Society Booth this morning. This year, the BVS brought a few Sri Lankan Buddhism Pictures. So along with their Displays and mine, this is what we put together:





    Here is the Display for the BVS Food Fundraising:



    And here is the Celtic Buddhism Display I the BVS allows me to put up:




    Here is me with an nice fellow Volunteer Janet in the Booth:





    Did a Walkabout and found this Rinpoche Society Booth that I found Pleasing:




    Their Mantra looked very similar in design as Celtic Buddhism which I liked. So I snapped a Picture of their Man tra that Pleased Me:





    We sat at the Booth giving away Free Tea, Sold Herbs and Promoted the BVS Community Garden.

    Had a Great Day enjoying Buddhism.



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    It all looks very colourful, Kino. Did you have a lot of visitors?

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    Yes! With the usual amount of Celtic Buddhistic Well Wishers.


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    Bill. MC
    I wonder if there are any Tibetan Buddhists who are also Celtic pagans?
    Yes! They are called Celtic Buddhists!

    As a matter of a fact, one of the Founders of Celtic Buddhism was a Tibetan Monk.


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    Yes! They are called Celtic Buddhists!

    As a matter of a fact, one of the Founders of Celtic Buddhism was a Tibetan Monk.


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