The most bizarre bans of different governments

26.03.2013

Every child knows that the surest way to arouse public interest in what else — a ban. Moreover, the more severe, the more interesting. Hardly remember this government, which at the time imposed a ban those strange, which will be discussed below.

1. China: The Reincarnation

Without the permission of the government any attempt to reincarnation in the Land of the Rising Sun are considered illegal. To most Chinese, the big problem is not the ban, but the Buddhist monks gives a lot of inconvenience. Quite a complicated procedure for

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China discovered previously unknown Buddhist sutras

29.12.2003

29.12.2003

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Not hitherto known Buddhist sutras discovered during the restoration of Buddhist statues in the north-western China. Religious canons performed in Chinese and several other languages of the peoples living in China, it is reported today in the electronic site of the central Chinese newspaper "People's Daily".

The

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In Afghanistan, the new found Buddhist statues

December 2, 2011 12:52

Employees of a Chinese company engaged in the development of copper mines, found in Afghanistan, several Buddha statues on the site of an ancient Buddhist monastery. At the moment, archaeologists are trying to save what's left of buildings built in the VII century. BC

The remains of buildings have been found working out of China Metallurgical Group, which plans to develop the world's second-largest copper mine, located in the rubble.

In total, the site was discovered more than 150 articles. Now it has a team of 15 Afghan archaeologists, three French experts, and

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Instead, meditation Buddhist monks are forced to sell

30.11.2004

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The famous Buddhist Shaolin Temple, located in Henan Province of China (PRC) has become, in the words of some of its inhabitants, "a well-oiled money-making machine," ITAR-TASS.

It does not remain a place where "you can safely meditate and stay in seclusion," complained Shaolin monks. Many have

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Published sensational findings incorruptible body Buddhist lama

03.12.2004

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Eye-opening research incorruptible body of Buddhist lamas were unveiled yesterday in Moscow. "Samples taken 75 years after the burial, showed that organic skin, hair and nails of the deceased person is no different from organic living" — said at a press conference at the headquarters of the

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We are on the verge of discovering the mysteries of life and death

16.12.2004

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"I really like the words of St. Augustine, who said that a miracle is not contrary to the laws of nature, but only to our understanding of it," — said the doctor of historical sciences, professor Galina RSUH Ershov at a press conference in "Interfax", dedicated to

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Blue Buddha — Lost Secrets of Tibetan Medicine

September 15, 2012 18:59

Magnificent film by American filmmaker talks about the formation and history of Tibetan medicine, as well as on the situation of traditional Tibetan medicine in the modern world. Part of the film is devoted to Tibetan medicine in Buryatia.

The film traces the odyssey Tibeskoy Medicine from its roots in ancient Tibet, its world-famous medical wisdom. We will meet with several leading doctors in India and ask them to give us the basic ideas of this ancient system of healing. We also investigated the lives of 77 tanks, which are the Atlas

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The fourth state of death

23.12.2004

23.12.2004

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Medical experts confirm that the incorrupt remains of the great Buddhist in many ways similar to the tissues of a living person

Vladimir Pokrovsky

Going before dying in a state of "samadhi", advanced Buddhist monks "clean" your body so that it does not lend itself to corruption.

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The body of the deceased monk, not smoldering for several weeks

October 17, 2011 0:58

Thupten Rinpoche, a Tibetan monk in New Zealand, died in May, but his body remained for nearly three weeks, with no signs of rigor mortis and decomposition.

In Rinpoche was stomach cancer, he was found dead May 24 local doctor, who said that Rinpoche heart stopped beating, and he was no longer breathing. The body was kept in a dry place with a relatively low temperature, on a bed under a shroud, a Buddhist center Dargue (Dhargyey Buddhist Center).

According to the local Buddhist community, Rinpoche entered into a "death meditation" or tukdam. Rinpoche's

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Shang Shung: Atlantis in the Himalayas

January 27, 2012 17:53

A traveler from Munich anthropologist Bruno Baumann searched the mythical Himalayan Buddhist shrine Shangri-La and was in the real cradle of Tibetan culture — a silver palace of the kings of Shang Shung. In the harsh edge of the mountain for more than two thousand years ago was ruled by wild fearless warriors and bloodthirsty shamans.

At first glance, the area in the southwest of the Tibetan plateau is nothing special. In the deep mountain valley village nestled Kyunlung. There have been no road. Bruno Baumann was getting in a canoe on a mountain river

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