This Black Buddhist Lecture “Hinduism, Aryanism Birth of Racism” is a Black Buddhist Lecture written, directed and orated by Anthony “Amp” Elmore President and Founder of the “Proud Black Buddhist World Association.”
Elmore in this less than 6 minute lesson explains the “Lotus Sutra” as only the highest of the Buddha’s Teachings. Elmore a Buddhist since 1970 study the Buddhist teachings as taught by the 13th Century Black Japanese Sage Nichiren Shonin who challenged all of the Mahayana Buddhist teachings of Japan and declared that only the Lotus Sutra is the correct teachings of the Buddha Shakyamuni.
Elmore explains that the essence of the Buddha’s teachings is in the title of the Lotus Sutra which is “Myoho Renge Kyo.” Elmore goes into depth in explaining the meaning of the Title of the Lotus Sutra 1st Intoned by the Buddha Shakyamuni the last eight years of his life at 72 years old.
The word Myo means “Correct, Open, Mystic, Wonderful, Incomprehensible” and other meanings. Elmore notes that Nichiren defined “Ho” as life’s manifestations or “Law.” Elmore notes in the Lecture that Nichiren explained “Myoho” via the metaphor of the “Lotus Flower” whereas the Flower and Seed manifest at the same time. This represents the law of Cause and Effect.
Elmore goes into detail pointing out how Nichiren taught the Buddha’s concept of “Kyo” which not only represents not only the teachings of the Buddha, but Kyo Represents all of the teachings in the Universe. Nichiren noted that Kyo means to overcome delusion.
Elmore concludes the lecture explaining that racism originated in India via the concept of the cast system. Elmore explains that the word Hindu is not found in Ancient Aryan writings and this concept only occurred via the A.D. whereas the Hindu Vedics note only introduced racism and White Superiority to Humanity, this culture would infect humanity.
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