Unacknowledged Buddhism: Gods, Savior, Demons, Rebirth, Heavens, Hells, and Terrorism

Let’s get this out of the way buddhism is a religion; some call it a philosophy, ok, it’s a religion with a philosophy. Dharmic religions are basically Indian, with the main religions being Hinduism, Buddhism, Jainism, Sikhism and Ayyavazhi. These religions are similar in core beliefs, modes of worship and associated practices, which are a result of their common history of origin and mutual influence. The earliest of these religions was the Vedic religion, which lasted more or less from 1500 to 500 BCE. The main four Dharmic faiths have similar thoughts of karma, dharma, samsara, moksha and Yoga. These terms are perceived as slightly different within each religion, but Rama is a heroic figure in all these religions. These religions share many similar rituals and ideas on sacrifices although they are doe or understood for many different reasons. similar rituals and ideas on sacrifices from a better reincarnation in buddhism “rebirth”, special wishes, rites concerned with medicine, healing practices, charms, and sorcery both white as well as black magic. The domestic rituals, which dealt with the rites of passage from conception to death and beyond. Supernaturalism in Buddhism | By Jay N. Forrest   Buddhism began in the age of myth and magic, in a world that believed in an invisible supernatural realm that was filled with gods, angels, demons, and ghosts. In this age, miracles were common and shamans did extraordinary signs and wonders. It was a time where the mind was given to superstition and magical thinking. Buddhism was not immune to this. It is reported in The Middle Length Discourses of the Buddha, that the Buddha to be, “passed away from the Tusita...