Every organization should have a cause that they champion outside of their own unique focus, and few countries in the world can boast the immense contributions to the knowledge of Body of Light and its mastery as Tibet. One of the original homes of the sacred I Ching, it used to be one of the most spiritual and pristine places on earth, a literal Shangri-la. While this move may make us a target, we’ve already experienced many onslaughts by Chinese hackers over the years for our work on the I Ching. While we love the Chinese people and their contributions over the millenia to Mankind, we do not love injustice and tyranny. Many other Chinese people have spoken out against the fascist communist regime and their campaign of torture and racism, including persecuted artist Ai Weiwei and Jiang Tie-Feng, father of the Chinese Color School.
Despite continuous occupation by the brutal and savage Chinese government and their morally corrupt ideology, Tibetans continue to work towards freedom and hope. Tibetans today have never stopped resisting Chinese occupation and can be tortured for sending an email abroad, flying their flag, using the phrase “human rights” and for posessing a photo of the Dalai Lama. The Dalai Lama is beloved all over the world for his words of wisdom, conscious efforts towards understanding amongst the many beliefs of the world, and for his ability to win the love and respect of the common man. He has also upheld authentic Tibetan Buddhism in the face of consensus New Age teachings which beleaguer an honest accounting of the path towards Completion.
The Abrahadabra Institute recognizes that few nations have ever betrayed The Dragon as deeply and gravely as China has. The Chung Kuo of the I Ching is a distant memory, its last scholars who failed to escape to the democracies of America, Europe or India left to rot in Chinese torture prisons. Mahakala is not amused and we stand with everyone across Asia and the rest of the world who is willing to openly and proudly defy the evil anti-freedom and anti-justice Chinese government and their eager slaves.
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