Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

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Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by Tony-S-Ma » Sat May 02, 2009 8:31 pm

https://genographic.nationalgeographic. ... ation.html

Please follow the link and click 5 on the page to go to Human Family Tree.

Genetic markers do indicate the evolution of human consciousness.

From the Y-chromosome Tree, M89 is a M168 potential manifestation indicator. Those so called awakened males belong to Haplogroup F. Jesus is a flower of this group which means that he manifested all potentials of the Haplogroup. Krishna is a flower of Haplogroup P. Zoroaster and Buddha, a twin flower of Haplogroup R.

From the mitochondrial DNA Tree, it is inescapable that all those who are into awakening belong to Haplogroup L3. Krishna, Zoroaster, Buddha, and Jesus all belong to this group.

Why is there not a known recorded female flower? A female flower is more rare to begin with, and male dominated historical recording also has something to do with it.

There are always more thorns than roses. That is why there is more crazy males like me than crazy females around :lol:

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Re: Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by Tony-S-Ma » Sun May 03, 2009 2:07 am

Another interesting characteristic of flowering is non-linearity.

Krishna, the flower of Haplogroup P, happened around 3200 BCE. Zoroaster and Buddha, the twin flower of Haplogroup R happened around 600 BCE. Interestingly, Haplogroup R is a branch of Haplogroup P. Zoroaster preached actively participating in the worldly life, and Buddha preached otherwise. Like two sides of the same coin.

Jesus, the flower of Haplogroup F, happened around 0 CE. However Haplogroup F contains (or is older than) Haplogroup P.

There seems to be a missing flower for Haplogroup K, a branch of Haplogroup F, but trunk for Haplogroup P. Information seems to indicate Hinduism is a lot older than Krishna, the flower of Haplogroup P. It is very likely that the source of Hinduism is this flower of Haplogroup K.

It may be worthy to mention that Jesus preached the most tolerant spirituality on earth amongst the most intolerant people. Later followers of Jesus were unable to grasp his teaching and degenerated the teaching into Christianity.

The next most tolerant spirituality is Hinduism. The next one after is Buddhism. The teaching of Zoroaster manifested in Sufism is also very tolerant.

Being a Chinese, I can not help to mention that Huineng, the sixth and last patriarch of Zen, is a flower of Haplogroup O which happened around 650 CE.

Now, there is another flower of Haplogroup P on earth.

The next flower is very likely be of Haplogroup M.

For the extremely rare female flower: before the male Haplogroups K, P, R O's flowering, there must be a female flower of Haplogroup L3, an enabling factor for male flower manifestations.

To sum up, the first enlightened human being is a female of Haplogroup L3 who's mtd-DNA is in every enlightened male. The second is male from Haplogroup K, the third is male from Haplogroup P, the forth and fifth are males from Haplogroup R, the sixth is male from Haplogroup F, the seventh is male from Haplogroup O, the eighth is male from Haplogroup P, currently on earth. These are the human beings who manifested their forms to the maximum potentials.

Incidentally, around 6th century BCE seems to be very interesting period in earth history. During that time, twin flowering happened in Haplogroup R. And sages of Haplogroup O, such as Laozi and Confucius appeared. Many Great Chinese Teachings today can still be traced to these sages.


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Re: Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by eagle2phoenix » Sun May 03, 2009 7:09 am

Where sits Kuan Yin (Avalokiteshvara)? In Tibetan scriptures, she is depicted as being a male rather than female. She is what I believe is Tao, male and female in one.
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Re: Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by Tony-S-Ma » Sun May 03, 2009 8:34 am

eagle2phoenix wrote:Where sits Kuan Yin (Avalokiteshvara)? In Tibetan scriptures, she is depicted as being a male rather than female. She is what I believe is Tao, male and female in one.

According to some Chinese Buddhism Sutra I read, Kuan Yin was a reincarnation of an ancient Buddha. Somehow, Chinese Buddhism believers turned Kuan Yin into a female.

In Chinese Buddhism Sutra, there are depictions on the form manifestations of a Buddha. Male and female in one is certainly not one of them. Tao has been degenerating after Laozi taught It.

Hinduism experienced true revival at Krishna' time, and was overtook by Buddhism after Buddha. It seems only the flowers of humanity can truly breath new life into the old forms of past spirituality.

The influence of the flowers of humanity is in form and beyond form. Each flower leaves a unique mark upon the collective consciousness of humanity.

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Re: Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by eagle2phoenix » Mon May 04, 2009 5:16 pm

which is why there are some 99 personifications of Kuan Yin. From no form to many forms to no form.
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Re: Nothing in the Universe is Accidental

Post by Tony-S-Ma » Mon May 04, 2009 10:32 pm

eagle2phoenix wrote:which is why there are some 99 personifications of Kuan Yin. From no form to many forms to no form.
Infinitely trans-FORM-ative :lol: Such as thousand hand & eye Kuan Yin.

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