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July 2007 (About Lanoo: Christian Anders)


[380] I refer to his book "Der Sinn des Lebens Nirvana". It honours someone indeed, if he wants to unify all religions and sciences, but for this purpose the appropriate basis is required and this Lanoo has not. His target nirvana is death and it is way below the equivalent unification with L, which is the real target. Here the creatures are equal and in the highest state, L can offer below zerself. [381] L revealed to me the fact that ze never dies and creates zerself again contrary to Lanoos statement and the sentences below. Why should ze die, why should ze erase zis memory by destroying everything, why should ze, who is infinite, be able to be instructed from a finite being such as Lanoo or the Buddha? [382] Lanoos book is voluminous and has its lengths, because the central statements (like nirvana as target) are often repeated. L is not only there and has no desire, but enjoys zis life, which consists making sense like all life of ups and downs, by supervising the creation and creating new again and again. [383] Ze has the desire for new things and the infinity and cares for the creatures with zis divine instances through the worlds. Ze gives the highest, what ze possesses, to the creatures only at the end (with the equivalent unification), since they would otherwise always moon over zer, would want to live only near to zer and could not concentrate any more on the world. [384] The karma and reincarnation doctrine are cruel, since they negate the forgiving and the boundless love of L, respectively force into the repetition of life. That does not mean that one is not to exert oneself, but the inheritance of parents e.g. determines one, whether one wants or not. The sentence "Everything is impermanent." denies the eternity of L. In addition, the done cannot be undone. [385] L has an infinite potential, which creates what has not been before (also the evil as antipode to the good). The self of all natures is the core of their references, the self and the I of Lanoo are empty. Man does not know everything, not because ze would have forgotten it, but because ze must only acquire the knowledge still in the worlds. There also the nerving AUM and OM do not help. [386] Since our world is finite, also not all is divisible. From the esoteric theories of the book one may hold, what one wants: They do not explain the infinity. I cannot and do not want here to defer to all theories of the book, but they do not seem healthy to me. They are in no case enough for a lifelong study and are not big.

© 2007 by Boris Haase

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