Original Buddhism of Egypt BC vs the Later Atheistic ‘An-Atta’ Buddhism of Today

Note: This is a Response from Sri Bhakti Ananda Goswami to my article “Ancient Book-Burnings: Theravadin Monks Burn Buddha’s Words in Pyre ‘Seven Elephants High’ After several years hiatus, The Collected Works of Sri Bhakti Ananda Goswami website is once again up and running and back in service in the capable hands of Elijah Dobkins. Both new and vintage treasures from the last half a century of Bhakti Ananda Maharaj’s work are being uploaded on a daily basis. A vast catalog of rare, ancient historical treasures of forgotten yet undeniable truth awaits! BP

By Bhakti Ananda Goswami

The Creator Ptah/Budha

Regionally and locally, case-by-case, the ‘original Buddhism’ claims of the atheistic no-self an-atta (Pali Language source related) Theravadin Buddhists can and must be completely debunked for the restoration of the truth about the originally Vaishnava related Pure Land (Sanskrit Scripture based) Mahayana Buddhism.

The Vaishnava-related Bhakti Buddhism of the Divine Tri Kaya Trinity of Pure Land Buddhism was a purely Other-Power salvific PERSONAL ATMA POSITIVE Tradition of Love and Grace!  This ORIGINAL BUDDHISM can be traced back to thousands of years BC in Egypt, where it developed as the specifically Afro-Heleno-Semitic Ptah School of Heru-Ausur (Osiris)-Atum Sokar-Ptah at the devotional Ausar-Sokar-Ptah Capital City of Memphis.  This Heru-Ausu-Atum School of Ptah (Budh) as The Opener (open eyes mean alive and awake!) was very popular with the DIKSHA / DISCIPLINE schools of the ascetics and philosophers / intellectuals throughout the Region. 

It is this PTAH / BUDH ‘Awakened’ School of the Divine Awakener, Heru-Ausu (Ausar Osiris)-Atum (Aton / Adon / Adam Kadmon / Atum / Aten ATMAN), that was part of the larger primal Heru-Ausu-Atum Tradition.  Before the rise of the deviant atheistic School of the no-self / an-atta Material Atomists, there was no such thing as the atheistic so-called Theravadin Buddhism that we have today.

An artist’s impression of MemphisEgypt. Source

The Primal Revelation’s Egyptian Supreme Aton / Atum / Sanskrit Param Atman / Amarna’s Aten / Heliopolis’s Adon (Jewish Adon-Yahu) was the Immanent Lord of the Heart, the All-Pervasive Third Person of the Most Holy Trinity, the Rupa Kaya of the Pure Land Buddhist Tri Kaya (Buddhist Sanskrit Kaya=Egyptian KA) Trinity.  He Aton / Adon-Yahu  was the Singular Egyptian Per-Ausu  / Greek Polieus / Sanskeit Purusha (giving / masculine) Divine Lover of the plural and receiving / feminine ‘BA / HEVA / EVE / HEBE, Sanskrit JIVA atmas…the infinite number of autonomous, finite soul-selves.  

Before the rise of the atheistic ‘Material Atomism’ corruptions of the Divinely Revealed Love Affair (Hieros Gamos Bridal Mysticism) of the Param Atma and the jiva atma, there was no developed thought system or historically identifiable school of no-self ‘Buddhism’.  

So the an-atta / no-self atheistic form of Theravadin Buddhism was related to the historical development of the deviant school of the Greek ‘Material Atomists’ of Democritus. The atheistic or Maya-vadi schools of ‘Hinduism’ and the Mediterranean schools of GNOSTICISM were also historically related to the rise of Material Atomism. 

ATMAN-ism in the Afro-Heleno-Semitic Mediterranean Region was ORIGINALLY the primal Monotheistic Religion of the omnipresent Supreme Self of Heru-Ausu / Heli-Os / Eli-Yahu / Allah, and the finite HBA / HEVA / EVA JIVA-soul Beloved of HERU / HARI, the Loving Lord of every Hari-Daya HEART / HRID.  

By de-personalizing the infinite Supreme ATMA and the finite jiva atma, the ‘Material Atomists’ promoted their NO-SELF atheism everywhere.  Those that were deviants of the Memphite Ptah (Budh)Tradition carried out their militantly atheistic campaign as no-self ‘Buddhists’.  

Nyorin Kannon is Narayana Krishna. Besides both being recorded in the 1400 year old texts as the Consort of Mahasri Lakshmi, they share all the same attributes, associates, symbols, emblems and ritualistic traditions. Long Worshipped as Lord Buddha within the Japanese Tradition, historical evidence confirms that Kannon worship predates the arrival of Buddhism in Japan. Image source: Onmarkproductions According to both scholars and local tradition, the “statues” worshiped at Raikoji Temple are so ancient that, “As to when and by whom those statues were fashioned are unknown. Kamakura Today

From the tomb of King Tutankhaten: Ananta Shesha Naga, the ‘Un-Ending Remainder Serpent‘ and Resting Place of Narayana Hari, Carrying Him upon His Heads in His Aniconic Disk Form Known as the Sudarshan Chakra, the ‘Auspicious Vision Disk‘. Rather than merely a ‘solar emblem’ this ‘Auspicious Vision‘ of God has been worshipped throughout history in the form of the Sacred Disk – Buddha’s Wheel – Vishnu’s Chakra.☀️ Sanskrit Chakra = English: Circle,Cycle,Clock Latin:Circulos, Greek: Kyklos, Russian: Kruk

See the related Wikipedia links for more information on the development and history of the ancient world’s Atheistic Heresies.

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Atomism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Materialism
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Democritus
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anatt%C4%81

Kichijoten – Sri Lakshmi the Treasure of Ancient Japan

摩訶室利, 功德天女, 吉祥天女, 功德天 “KICHIJŌTEN – Skt. = Sri Laksmi, Mahasri: Identified with Laksmi, name of the goddess of fortune and beauty frequently in the later mythology identified with Śrī and regarded as the wife of Visnu or Narayana, she sprang from the ocean with a lotus in her hand, whence she is also called Padmā, and is connected in other ways with the lotus.” Soothill’s Dictionary of Chinese Buddhist Terms

“Originally, Kichijoten was imported into Buddhism from Hinduism, being known as Laksmi, the goddess of beauty and prosperity. This painting is likely to have been the central worshipping piece, if not its important element, of Japanese Buddhist rituals during the Nara period (701-794). She has crescent-shaped eyebrows with full cheeks, and moves leisurely and gracefully in a striking multi-layered attire, like a Chinese beauty of the Tang dynasty, China (618-907). Yet a sacred gem on her left hand and her transparent shawl fluttering gently in the wind as she walks suggests her heavenly nature. Its renderings are not only delicate and elegant, but also infused with a stately Buddhist serenity of its own, and the painting radiates a special charm. Paintings dating back to the Nara period are a rarity even in Japan. Invaluable as a Buddhist painting, its opulent and noble spells are delightful to the eye indeed.” TOKYO NATIONAL MUSEUM”

Chapter from “The Serpent, Eagle, Lion & Disk” entitled “Narayan Kannon and Sheishi at the Heart of Japanese Tradition”

Sri Lakshmi Devi – Dewi Sri to Balinese and Javanese and Nyai Pohachi Sangyang Asri to the Sundanese

From Onmarkproductions
From Onmarkproductions

Vedic Divinities of Japan

NOTE: This highly informative document (below) reveals the many Vedic Divinities still honored today in Japan. It is titled as ‘Hindu Contributions to Japanese Religion.’ However these Vedic cultural elements of Japanese Tradition predate the historical use of the term Hindu. If we are to use the term ‘Indian’, again that name is of Greek origin. Thus both the terms Hindu and Indian do not appear in any ancient Vedic literature. Yet Vedic culture is Universal to both India, Japan and the entire World..

Today Indians are called Bharatiyas and Bharat is the Indigenous name of India. Yet according to the ancient Vedic scriptures, sages and saints, the entire world was once known as Bharat Varsha. Thus we are all Bharaters or Brothers and all beings on Earth are in fact Bharatiyas. Of course Vedic Sages, from what is now called India, traveled to ancient Japan, but not to bring a ‘man-made new religion.’ Rather they came to reinvigorate the foundational spirituality of the region of Bharat Varsha now known as Nihon or Japan.BP

By Rajesh Verma

3 Native Sons, 3 Saintly Souls & 3 Brutal Assassinations

Note: This is an excerpt from a chapter of my book ‘Orissa in the Crossfire,’ titled ‘Some Dare Call it a Conspiracy’

The picture could not be more obvious. Within less than 8 years, three native sons who had risen to the role of leaders amongst their people, who had developed dedicated followings and also happen to be not only active but spectacularly successful in the promotion of Hindu culture, have been eliminated. In an area targeted by Christian terror outfits, Maoist terror or a deadly mix of both, these three native Hindu leaders dedicated their lives to the upliftment of their own people. For that reason alone, they were targeted for elimination.


We find very similar conditions in all three Indian States of Orissa, Manipur and Tripura.

  1. Ongoing violent campaigns
  2. Active, ongoing and focused Christian conversion drives
  3. Large tribal populations
  4. Native spiritual leaders with successful track records in humanitarian and Hindu cultural activism with large local followings
  5. Strategic high resource value areas
  6. All targets of previous threats or attempts upon their lives (Similar to Orissa’s Swami Lakshmananda, Iskcon Manipur and Shanti Kali’s Tripura Temple were frequent targets of threats and protection racket money demands.)
  7. All targeted for assassination on Janmashtami day

Their deaths serve the goals of anti-National forces and radical Abrahamic conversionists.The aggressive attacks parallel each other in terms of method of operation, agenda and action. For this not to be a conspiracy, is beyond belief. Slowly but surely native local Hindu leaders, active within the targeted zones, are being eliminated.

Such figures were potential kingmakers whose one word could influence millions and decide the political outcome of elections. The pattern is clear. Any obstacle to the stated agenda of those dedicated to the dismemberment and debasement of India as a Nation will be removed. Any contender to the various anti-India terror groups for the loyalty of the people will be eliminated.

The Same Ancient War Against the Vedic Sages Continues Today. The mere acts of Yanja, Puja and Bhajan Counter the Demonic Potencies and have thus Always been the Targets of Destruction

Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami (9 December 1937 – 2 October 2006), also known as Dr. Thoudam Damodara Singh and by the honorific Sripada (Śrīpāda), was a Gaudiya Vaishnava spiritual leader, scientist, writer and poet. In 1971 he received spiritual initiation from A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. A few years later he became one of the religious leaders of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (also known as the Hare Krishna Movement). Despite claims of a ‘natural death’ the Swami died in Kolkata hospital a mere 7 weeks after the Janmashtami day terror attack
Gurudev Santi Kali or Santi Tripura (died 27 August 2000) was a popular Hindu priest who was shot to death inside his ashram near Jirania under the Sadar subdivision in the Indian state of Tripura. Police reports regarding the incident identified ten members of the Christian terrorist organization National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) as being responsible for the murder. In the same month, another Hindu leader of the Jamatya community, Jaulushmoni Jamatya, was also murdered.
Swami Lakshmananda’s Gift of Vedic Literature to a graduate of one of his several Tribal Girl’s Schools

3 Native Sons, 3 Saintly Souls & 3 Brutal Assassinations

“And the Beast was allowed to make war against the saints and to conquer them, and was given power over every race, people, language and nation.” Holy Bible, Revelation 13:7

Note: This is an excerpt from a chapter of my book ‘Orissa in the Crossfire,’ titled ‘Some Dare Call it a Conspiracy’

The picture could not be more obvious. Within less than 8 years, three native sons who had risen to the role of leaders amongst their people, who had developed dedicated followings and also happen to be not only active but spectacularly successful in the promotion of Hindu culture, have been eliminated. In an area targeted by Christian terror outfits, Maoist terror or a deadly mix of both, these three native Hindu leaders dedicated their lives to the upliftment of their own people. For that reason alone, they were targeted for elimination.


We find very similar conditions in all three Indian States of Orissa, Manipur and Tripura.

  1. Ongoing violent campaigns
  2. Active, ongoing and focused Christian conversion drives
  3. Large tribal populations
  4. Native spiritual leaders with successful track records in humanitarian and Hindu cultural activism with large local followings
  5. Strategic high resource value areas
  6. All targets of previous threats or attempts upon their lives (Similar to Orissa’s Swami Lakshmananda, Iskcon Manipur and Shanti Kali’s Tripura Temple were frequent targets of threats and protection racket money demands.)
  7. All targeted for assassination on Janmashtami day

Their deaths serve the goals of anti-National forces and radical Abrahamic conversionists.The aggressive attacks parallel each other in terms of method of operation, agenda and action. For this not to be a conspiracy, is beyond belief. Slowly but surely native local Hindu leaders, active within the targeted zones, are being eliminated.

Such figures were potential kingmakers whose one word could influence millions and decide the political outcome of elections. The pattern is clear. Any obstacle to the stated agenda of those dedicated to the dismemberment and debasement of India as a Nation will be removed. Any contender to the various anti-India terror groups for the loyalty of the people will be eliminated.

The Same Ancient War Against the Vedic Sages Continues Today. The mere acts of Yanja, Puja and Bhajan Counter the Demonic Potencies and have thus Always been the Targets of Destruction

Bhaktisvarupa Damodara Swami (9 December 1937 – 2 October 2006), also known as Dr. Thoudam Damodara Singh and by the honorific Sripada (Śrīpāda), was a Gaudiya Vaishnava spiritual leader, scientist, writer and poet. In 1971 he received spiritual initiation from A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada. A few years later he became one of the religious leaders of the International Society for Krishna Consciousness (also known as the Hare Krishna Movement). Despite claims of a ‘natural death’ the Swami died in Kolkata hospital a mere 7 weeks after the Janmashtami day terror attack
Gurudev Santi Kali or Santi Tripura (died 27 August 2000) was a popular Hindu priest who was shot to death inside his ashram near Jirania under the Sadar subdivision in the Indian state of Tripura. Police reports regarding the incident identified ten members of the Christian terrorist organization National Liberation Front of Tripura (NLFT) as being responsible for the murder. In the same month, another Hindu leader of the Jamatya community, Jaulushmoni Jamatya, was also murdered.
Swami Lakshmananda’s Gift of Vedic Literature to a graduate of one of his several Tribal Girl’s Schools

My Report on Mexico’s Symposium on Globalization & Cultures of Resistance

Note: This article is dedicated to the late Dr Narahari Achar 1/5/39-4/23/21. My Tribute to him as at the end of this article

April 2007-Saltillo, Coahuila, Mexico: A call for enhanced Mexico and India relations and for an effective response to the challenges of a globalized world was made at the International Symposium on the Social Sciences, Globalization and the Cultures of Resistance.

It was held 4/24-28/2007 in Saltillo, Mexico. Saltillo , also known as ‘la Atenas de México ‘ or ‘the Athens of Mexico’ is the traditional home of many leading Mexican luminaries. The international convention drew attendance from India, USA and regions throughout Latin America and included many representatives from the Coahuila State and Saltillo City Cultural and Education Depts, local scholars, journalists, artists and students. The symposium was held on the grounds of State Central Public Library ‘Biblioteca Publica Central Estatal Ildefonso Villarello Velez’.

The event was inaugurated by Andre Salas Mendoza from the Coahuila State Secretariat of Education and Culture, India’s RSS National Executive Ram Madhav, Lady Norma Zapata director of the State Central Public Library and author and researcher Gene Matlock.

Highlights of the four-day symposium included Christian theologist and professor Fernando Navas’ of U.N.A.M. presentation on ‘Conversion vs. Inter-religious Dialogue,’ Professor Jaime Torres Mendoza’s ‘The Social Process of Change in Academic Paradigms,’ Vedic Friend’s Association (VFA) President Steven Knapp’s ‘The War Against Hinduism, ‘Ancient Mexico’s Hindu-Turkish Connections’ by Gene Matlock, ‘On Idols, Myths and Religion vs. Deities, Histories and Science’ by VFA Promotional Director and Vedic Empire Production’s Vrndavan Brannon Parker.

‘On Yama in Sanskrit Phonetics’ by GIRISH K. JHA Dept. of Sanskrit, Patna University, ‘Vedic Cosmology: Understanding the Universe and its Structure’ by Prof. Carlos Rocha of the Bhaktivedanta Institute for the Sciences and Humanities. ‘Human Rights Violations and the Globalization Process’ by RSS National Executive Ram Madhav, ‘The Importance of Conservation of Ancestral Cultures Before the Globalization Process’ by Dr Yashwant Pathak, International Coordinator for the (ICCS) International Centre for Cultural Studies, ‘The Antiquity of the Srimad Bhagavat Purana’ by Prof Haracio Arganis from VFA’s Latin American Branch Asociación Vedica de los Amigos (AVA) and Coahuila Director of Bhaktivedanta Institute for the Sciences and Humanities.

Andre Salas Mendoza from the Coahuila State Secretariat of Education and Culture proclaimed “We open a window of our individual being so that others can enter. If we do not open up this way we are going to die of starvation or solitude. And this is immense when such solitude is seen in a global perspective. Such solitude on the international levels leads to misunderstandings and conflicts. So before the necessity to speak it is necessary to think. Invoking Li Yung Tang and Einstein Andre Salas Mendoza called for sustainable growth that measured success through a holistic and humane perspective.

Lady Norma Zapata of the Biblioteca Publica Central Estatal spoke on the holistic understanding that humans are beings who function as societies. “We need to apply that great science, one that includes all other sciences, that which integrates and relates all within the cohesive whole.. We recognize in Augusto Comte, social philosopher, to have elaborated a specific science for the study of the society.”. She declared that the symposium has “the objective of creating bridges of cultural communication, a way to stimulate dialogue and understanding regarding the social and cultural realities facing us all as we attempt to integrate with the great global idea.”

In his talk Ram Madhav of the Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh highlighted the Hindu perspective on ‘Positive Globalization’ by citing the ancient Vedic phrase ‘Vasudaiva Kuthumbakam’ or ‘the whole world is one family’. He called it a positive form of globalization that can benefit all humanity. He also stated that rather than monotheism or polytheism Hinduism represented an ‘Omni-theistic’ outlook.

It is this ‘Omni-theistic’ outlook that is lacking in many places in the world today. Hinduism's indigenous traditions and values, being in sync with the traditions and values of other ancient cultures such as Mexico's, can provide a sustainable path that can guarantee the world harmony.

Coahuila State Government Invites Ram Madhav to Return for the Follow up 2008 Event

He urged the Mexican people “Do not exchange your tortillas for pizzas and India, please do not give up Rotis in exchange for burgers.” He also called for Mexico and India to develop extensive cultural and economic ties that are “bound to be of great mutual benefit for two such countries as India and Mexico, that share so much in common.”

Ram Madhav and Stephen Knapp were also special guests at the Asociación de Abogados de Coahuila A C or Coahuila State Lawyers Association conference on ‘Societal Violence and the Judicial System’ held at UNIVAS, Universidad Valle de Santiago. In his speech, Ram Madhav clarified India’s commitment to peace by combining the wisdom of Gandhi with a holistic approach that takes into account the modern realities of terrorism and globalization. This position is based on preparation and strength in all areas of national life such as economic, social, military, cultural and political. An effective application and modern outlook rooted in the time-tested indigenous traditions and culture of India.

In comparing Detroit, America’s auto city with Saltillo, Mexico’s rising auto city, Author Steven Knapp urged the people of Saltillo to maintain their cultural and peaceful lifestyles in order to avoid the hell that has become Detroit. He also encouraged people to see beyond skin color, nationality, religion, language and class and realize that we are really not so different from one another.

Author Gene Matlock released his latest book “What Strange Mystery Unites the Turkish Nations, India, Catholicism and Mexico?” at the Symposium and live on-air over a local radio station from the conference venue.

The final day of the conference featured a presentation by Dr. Narahari Achar of Memphis University. Using Planetarium Software he revealed ancient humanities’ understanding of the astronomical sciences in his presentation entitled ‘Astronomical Historical Records in the Literature of Ancient South Asia.’

The final presentation of the event was presented by Iskcon Governing Commissioner Guru Prasad Swami. In his lecture entitled ‘A Proposal for the Integration of the Philosophies of India’ he urged the attendees to seriously consider the ancient and practical wisdom of Hindu civilization as we collectively face the onslaught of mercantile globalization.

In the closing ceremonies presided over by the Director of the Coahuila State Library system, Gloria Gonzalez, State Certificates of Recognition were presented to all the speakers at the symposium.

The event finale featured dance and musical presentations from both the Mexican and Indian Hindu traditions. The Indian Guadalupe dancing girls, a 12 man band or Rondalla group, a troupe of Mexican Folk Dancers, a Bengali bhajan band and Bhakta Rueben’s Bharatnatyam of Mexico provided this unique cross-cultural entertaining experience.

The International Symposium on Social Sciences, Globalization and the Cultures of Resistance was organized by Saltillo’s ‘Ildefonso Villarello Velez’ Central Public Library, the Coahuila State Organization of Public Libraries and Book Publishers, (ICCS) the International Center for Cultural Studies, The Bhaktivedanta Institute for the Sciences and Humanities, Vedic Empire Productions and (VFA) Vedic Friends Association.