Through the ancient Hebrew Bible
The number ‘seven’ has commanded great reverence and mystical wonder across cultures and nations since ancient times, especially in Asia. Buddhist tradition states that Siddharta… Read More »The Promised King: Coming In Signs of ‘Seven’
Asia has had a long history, with diverse nationalities, and potent societies. Therefore countries across Asia have historical kings and emperors that command our admiration… Read More »The Coming Noble King: Named Hundreds of Years Beforehand
The Bodhi, Bodhi Fig, or Bo Tree (Ficus Religiosa) is among the most revered trees for Buddhists. It was under the Bodhi Fig Tree that… Read More »Sign of the Branch: Like the Persistent Bodhi Tree for Everybody
Buddha Gautama and Jesus Christ are often compared as founders of two world religions. They are also similar in another important respect – one which… Read More »Where does ‘Christ’ of Jesus Christ come from?
Genghis Khan (born Temüjin, 鐵木眞; 1162 –1227 CE) was the founder and first Great Khan of the Mongol Empire. This empire, after his death, became… Read More »Great World Empire of the Past… and the Global Kingdom Promised to Come
The Dalai Lama remains the foremost spiritual leader of Tibetan Buddhists. Devotees consider him to be a line of incarnation of Avalokiteśvara, the Bodhisattva of Compassion.… Read More »What Ancient Prophetic Oracles Speak Today?
Budai (布袋; 포대; 布袋; Bố Đại) was a Chinese monk usually identified with good fortune and luck. Statues and stories depict him as jovial and fat because of all the… Read More »Luck of Laughing Buddha but Cursed Like a Preta: How Moses’ Blessings & Curses Echo Today
The Five precepts gives the basic code of ethics for observant Buddhists to respect. They are meant to develop mind and character, enabling progress to… Read More »The Five Precepts and the Ten Commandments
The Lantern Festival (元宵節, 元宵节, Yuánxiāo jié), or Shangyuan Festival (上元節, 上元节, Shàngyuán jié) concludes the Chinese New Year celebrations. The Lantern Festival is celebrated… Read More »Riddle of the New Year’s Full Moon Festival