Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The 2nd Coming of Iesous as Avalokitesvara c.75AD
This seminar is presented in Siem Reap, Cambodia by author Jean du Plessis. The seminar deals with the book Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The 2nd Coming of Iesous as Avalokitesvara c.75AD. The book was published December 2015, in four editions (USA language and International English, in print and e-book). It is available through all of Amazon’s international outlets and Ingram Sparks international distributors.
Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The 2nd Coming of Iesous as Avalokitesvara c.75AD is creating uproar in academic circles (which is surprising that they took time out from normative thinking, to take note) and it is very well received in the East (which is not surprising). However, the biggest emotional impact of the book, is in the USA, among lukewarm and non-practicing Christians.
Universal Gateway of Enlightenment: The 2nd coming of Jesus as Lord of the World in c.78AD
by Jean Prieur du Plessis
In this seminar, the author speaks to the topic addressed in the book. We meet the logic from the beginning with the Three Wise Men from the East who were the first devotees of the incoming Avatar. We meet Mari from Magadha (NE India) who became the Lord’s foremost devotee and leader of communities East and West—the founder of the first feminist movement; known in the West only as Mary the Magdalene. Meet Avalokitesvara, the 2nd coming of Jesus in his glorious spiritual form, who appeared in human awareness in ~75CE: expounded by the Lotus Sutra, today venerated by almost 2 billion people. The Lord, was announced in Sanskrit Scripture as the Son of the Father in Heaven. He teaches love, compassion and humility as the path to being born again, as a spiritual being in heaven. In Cambodia, known as Lokesvara, enshrined in the Bayon and hearts of the Khmer people.
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How long does it take: 2 hrs
Where: Siem Reap Wayist Center – see Location
Cost: $50 including book
If we have books in inventory, delegates can buy personalized copies signed by the author. It is however not easy to uphold inventory in Cambodia.