Validation #4

Published on December 21, 2013

Validation of Facts in Response to Letters of Inquiry

by The Office of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III:

You all should know a fact clearly. The writings published from our Office (the Office) never had even a little bit of contents that are false or untrue. All statements follow the law of cause and effect and are impartial. What exists will be stated as existent and what does not exist will be stated as non-existent. What is true will be stated as true and what is not true will be stated as untrue. Our conduct is questing for truth! This is because the Office’s writings reflect the speeches of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III and cannot have even a little bit of mistake!

 

What was stated in the several previous validations of facts in response to letters of inquiry was not aimed at a particular person. Rather, the focus was on the erroneous situations or even seriously sinful conduct of devilish monsters mentioned in the letters. If such errors or sins were connived, huge harms and damages to living beings will occur as a result. This is a serious matter of principle.

 

Take the master mentioned in your letters, Xirao Jiebu, for example. Xirao Jiebu is a disciple of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III. When he came to Los Angeles to pay respect to H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III several days ago, H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III asked him many questions regarding some letters received. He stated that he did not use the name of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III to collect money or property. He never scammed anyone for money or property, not even one cent. Rather, he used three million Yuan (about US$500,000) of his own money. He did not say that H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III had approved and arranged to let him to establish the academy of the Four Books and Five Sutras. Nor did H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III say over the phone that “Even I trust your master and praise your master. How can you not trust your master?” That was a lie by several people who falsely accused him. He kneeled down on the spot to take an oath: if that quotation was told by him, he and his entire family would all die in the evening of that day.

 

Xirao Jiebu’s statement of “H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III did not say ‘Even I trust your master and praise your master…’ over the phone; that was a lie by several people who made this false accusation,” seems to be reasonable. Analyzing by reasoning, suppose H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III did say over the phone, “Even I trust your master and praise your master; how can you not trust your master?” That situation can only be in a phone call made by H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III to Xirao Jiebu’s disciples. The statement of “Even I trust your master and praise your master; how can you not trust your master?” could only be told to His Holiness the Buddha’s grand disciples, not to Xirao Jiebu. Then, which grand disciple among you has ever received a phone call from your Buddha Grand Master? Isn’t this the plausible situation? Then, isn’t such an incoherent logic implying a fabricated lie?

 

As to Xirao Jiebu’s telling you to listen to what rinpoches and dharma kings in Tibet said, Xirao Jiebu said that he had seen through rinpoches and dharma kings in Tibet thoroughly as early as three years ago. They do not have any abilities. And he had no connection with them since a long time ago! Based on this statement of his, how could he possibly tell people to listen to what rinpoches and dharma kings in Tibet said? Isn’t there a contradiction?

 

The Office would like to take this opportunity to inform you all once again. People who learn Buddhism and cultivate should learn from the Buddha, and speak according to the facts and speak truthfully. All statements should match reality and truth. In your letters that report issues, true and real statements are good. What is false and unreal will err on the law of cause and effect. We hope that all letters received have true statements and real descriptions!

 

There is another fact that should be pointed out. In the three earlier publications of validations of facts in response to letters received, the Office did not mention any master or disciple by name. Then why did the letters received this time think that the matters were related to Xirao Jiebu? Why so?

 

 

From the Office of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III,

December 21, 2013

 

 

Attachment: Two original letters received that sought verification of facts from the Office

 

(The e-mail’s subject seems to be replying to Validation of Facts in Response to Letters of Inquiry #2)

 

(An e-mail with the date of Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 3:16 AM)

 

From: wsy4933 <wsy4933@yeah.net>

To: HHDCB3 OFFICE <hhdcb3office@gmail.com>

 

Amitabha!!!

 

We will broadly forward this announcement. However, there is a clarification. Zheng Jue who wrote “Seeking Verification on Some Facts” to the Office of H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III was lying. This is because I attended the three-day dharma assembly at the time. Also, all disciples who attended the dharma assembly can testify. I greatly benefited from the three-day dharma assembly. The first day’s theme was: are you a Buddhist disciple? The assignment to everyone for the evening was writing a self-reflecting article of “Am I a Buddhist Disciple?” The second day’s theme was: let’s learn Buddhism and cultivate well, and find the self.

 

Zheng Jue was lying and speaking falsely.

 

During the three-day dharma assembly, the Vajra Master never said at anytime and anywhere that “H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III arranged this” or “H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III approved this.” No other disciples said so either. The great Vajra Master is bright and unselfish. What the Vajra Master said most was “I am yours; I will forever be your auxiliary karmic condition.”

 

If I told lies here, I will be stricken in poverty this lifetime. Then I will die a wrongful death and descend into the uninterrupted hell! If what I said is true, I dedicate this merit to living beings in the six realms. I beseech and wish that they attain accomplishment and liberation!

 

Amitabha!!!!

 

 

Buddhist Disciple: Pingsong Cuobu

December 21, 2013

 

 

 

What I want to say regarding Zheng Jue’s “Seeking Verification on Some Facts”

 

(An e-mail with the date of Sat, Dec 21, 2013 at 7:46 AM)

 

From: <1379042532@qq.com>

To: dcb3office <dcb3office@gmail.com>

 

What I want to say regarding Zheng Jue’s “Seeking Verification on Some Facts”

 

Namo H.H. Dorje Chang Buddha III:

 

I am Buddhist Disciple Kezhu Jiacuo in Xinjiang, China. I would like to say a few sentences toward Zheng Jue’s “Seeking Verification on Some Facts”:

 

I attended the three-day dharma assembly held on December 7-9. The things that Zheng Jue sought verification on were all non-existent. Zheng Jue was speaking falsely and telling lies. However, doing so did not achieve Zheng Jue’s dirty purpose of betraying the master and turning away from the path of enlightenment. Rather, that let even more disciples with the correct faith to see the great Vajra Master’s boundless radiance and compassion, and affirmed disciples’ confidence of relying on Vajra Master Xirao Jiebu to attain accomplishment.

 

I thank those people who slandered the Vajra Master for giving me the opportunity of taking an oath here.

 

My opportunity of meeting Vajra Master Xirao Jiebu in the current lifetime was an extremely great reward of good fortune since the beginning-less eons. I am extremely happy and delighted. I swear seriously before all Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, and dharma protectors: I will follow Vajra Master Xirao Jiebu to learn Buddhism in every lifetime and be a true Buddhist disciple. I beseech all Buddhas, Bodhisattvas, and dharma protectors to observe and look at me. If I would betray Vajra Master Xirao Jiebu in any lifetime, let me and my entire family all die tonight.

 

 

Humble Buddhist Disciple: Kezhu Jiacuo

Xinjiang, China

Written in the evening of December 21, 2013