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Buddhist connection? posted 26 April 2006 in The Thousandfold ThoughtBuddhist connection? by talek, Candidate

There may be a Buddhist connection; the historical Buddha was called "Shakamuni," meaning "shaka monk," where shaka = schythian = skylvendi = Skiotha. Very striking is the similarity of Kelhus' meditation based on the phrase, "The Logos has neither beginning nor end" to Zen and other Buddhist meditation techniques (although, of course, "Logos" is a Greek term - possibly roughly equivalent to the Buddhist "dharma," however). The Dunyain claim that everything reduces to causality has a reflection in the early Buddhist claim of the same nature. view post


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