Madam Blavatsky, Theosophy & the Returned Buddha, the Maitreya


H.P. Blavatsky

 

Helena Petrovna Blavatsky (1831-1891) the founder of the Theosophists must have been a rather brave woman. She travelled to Tibet and India for ten years in the 1850s and later, at a time when such journeys must have been dangerous. Sickness and contagious disease would have been very prevalent. There were cholera epidemics in Soho in London in those times, one didn’t have to travel far to get sick.

 

Theosophy teaches the unity of man and the equality of all races, creeds, color and sex. Blavatsky believed in the world religions, and the coming of the Returned Buddha, the Maitreya, the Ajita Bodhisattva, “that would return to teach the pure Dhrama, at a time of darkness on the earth, when the Dhrama will have been forgotten.” ( Wikipedia)

 

Theosophists, Annie Basant and  Charles Leadbeater discovered Jiddu Krishnamurti, a 14 year old boy in India in 1909. They groomed him to become the World Teacher. Krishnamurti was an enlightened soul, his writings are highly respected but he eventually declined the role of the World Teacher and left the Theosophists.

Jiddu Krishnamurti (1895-1966)

Blavatsky believed the Returned Buddha, the Maitreya, is linked to the Return of Jesus and the other ascendant masters. Blavatsky talked of a so-called Christ Principle, which in her view corresponds to the spiritual essence of every human being.

In the Aluna world that we watch in trance this idea seems accurate and the Buddha is definitely linked to the Hindu god Vishnu. Christ was an incarnation of Krishna, who was an incarnation of Vishnu, so Christ and Vishnu are linked, but Christ is also linked to Shiva in some way that I don’t understand.

The return of the Gods and the demi-gods has been predicted for a long time, and we can see from visions and developments that the Solar Logos (the celestial light) landed in the summer of 2011 and that the power or the energy of the Gods came with it.

I don’t believe that any one man will manifest as Jesus as it would be very dangerous for him, he wouldn’t last very long, and neither do I believe there is one Buddha person, though he or she would be more respected and safer than a Returned Jesus.

But I do believe an intense version of the Buddha light can enter a human, who can then go out as the Returned Buddha without actually saying so, and he or she could then transfer that light to others and the same for a secret Returned Jesus and the Christ light.

The fight against the ghouls is not over but the forces of light have turned them back, and now the possibility of a Brave New World is more likely, and gradually there will be less and less interference so your visions and dreams may become purer. Stuart Wilde

P.S. Blavatsky believed in Lucifer the Light Bringer, who she said gave mankind consciousness and reasoning.  I’ll do a second article on Blavatsky and explain as best I can what it is said she believed. Some say she was a Satanist but Theosophists I’ve met on my travels, don’t see themselves or her in that light at all. Her life and work was very interesting. SW

From Wikipedia

Early Tibetan Maitreya Statue. Note the Hindu four Arms

 

The Maitreya (Sanskrit), Metteyya (Pāli), or Jampa (Tibetan), THE MAITRis foretold as a future Buddha of this world in Buddhist eschatology. In some Buddhist literature, such as the Amitabha Sutra and the Lotus Sutra, he or she is referred to as Ajita Bodhisattva.

Maitreya is a bodhisattva who in the Buddhist tradition is to appear on Earth, achieve complete enlightenment, and teach the pure dharma. According to scriptures, Maitreya will be a successor of the historic Śākyamuni Buddha. The prophecy of the arrival of Maitreya references a time when the Dharma will seem to be forgotten on Jambudvipa. It is found in the canonical literature of all Buddhist sects (Theravāda, Mahāyāna, Vajrayāna), and is accepted by most Buddhists as a statement about an event that will take place when the Dharma will seem to be forgotten on Earth.

*****************

 

© 2012 — Stuart Wilde.
www.stuartwilde.com — All rights reserved.

 

Please feel free to share Stuart Wilde articles with your friends, social networks, newsgroups, and websites. Word of mouth has helped Stuart Wilde teachings reach millions of people. Thank You.