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  • #363490
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    veayoo
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    As I promised, yesterday I did my pray to all my krus including Preah Ang Saviss Savoan asking for peace and prosperity for Cambodia. Cambodians have suffered enough and deserve the best there is as peace and prosperity.

    As always, I will kee checking whether there is anything else I can do for the purpose.

    #363499
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    As I looked back at my notes taken during my meeting with Lok Yeay Mao, she said that Preah Ko soul is traveling back and forth between Thailand and Cambodia at this time. He is supposed to reborn in Cambodia soon, she said.

    As you all now well, she said Preah Keo has returned to Cambodia already.

    I will find out what I could do to see that Preah Ko will be born at the right and good country of Cambodia.

    As always, I’ll spend my money for doing things needed for the great cause. These are the least I can do for my poor Khmer comrads, coutrymen, countrywomen, boys, girls, and baromeys!!

    #363509
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    HeAtz_oN
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    ??????

    Put some pictures of your fortune teller :D

    If you are who you are..dont be scared. :D

    #363518
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    veayoo
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    I personally prayed for a safe birth for Preah Ko.

    I also discussed with a friend of mine about a possible involvement of the Khmer King and Prime Minister in securing a national praying for the birth of Preah Ko. My friend told me that these national figures schedulea are tight.

    I hope they take this national interest seriously.

    #363527
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    I am reading a Khmer book”Cambodia History, Khmer Society under Jayavarman VII”, by Dr Michelle Tranee.

    While I have not finished the book yet, I have found quite a few interesting things:

    1. The King built either 14 or 15 temples.
    2. He built 121 schools/ rest areas and 32 hospital. Plus road and bridge.
    3. The Buddhism in his time was of Mayayana and Vijrayana branch. The book also mentioned that Tantra was practiced in the Kingdom then.

    The above interesting historic things look similar to what Baromeys told me to do to gather more merits, for nirvana.

    I was told to build palaces, rest areas, resorts, hospitals, etc also. While anything could be possible ( or impossible), I can tell that I will not beat Jayavarman VII in anything or in any manner.

    First of all, he was a king and I am not. He had everything in his control and power to get things done. I do not.

    Secondly, he did not spend his time in any Ph.D. at his time. He concentrate on his king work. He had more advantage.

    Anyway, he was agreat king. I am a poor citizen. I will do my best to do what I can though.

    #363547
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    I just finished reading a book by Harish and Julie Mehta “Hun Sen, Strong Man of Cambodia”".

    The book was better than I thought at the beginning. It tells alot more than Hun Sen’s biography as it includes quite a few political environment and cases that general people are not aware.

    I feel like Hun Sen, first because I went through Khmer Rouge time myself. Secondly, I found in him a good guy who really loves his country. Starting as a very poor boy, he risked his life to defend his country. He is still a strong defender of the country.

    I just hope that he won’t be spoiled by power and money. If he would, his heroic past will be for nothing.

    By Baromey advice, he shares with me a few great krus.

    [Message last modified 07-22-2008 06:59pm by veayoo]

    #363537
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    HeAtz_oN
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    I would advise you then to go meet with hun sen then..You claiming has no logic explanation say who u are..best place to prove your ideal..go to hun sen…that all i ask…:D

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    I just finished reading a book by Harish and Julie Mehta “Hun Sen, Strong Man of Cambodia”".

    The book was better than I thought at the beginning. It tells alot more than Hun Sen’s biography as it includes quite a few political environment and cases that general people are not aware.

    I feel like Hun Sen, first because I wet through Khmer Rouge time myself. Secondly, I found in him a good guy who really loves his country. Starting as a very poor boy, he risked his life to defend his country. He is still a strong defender of the country.

    I just hope that he won’t be spoiled by power and money. If he would, his heroic past will be for nothing.

    By Baromey advice, he shares with me a few great krus.

    #363557
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    veayoo
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    Just finished reading “Cambodia History, Khmer Society under Jayavarman VII”, by Dr Michelle Tranee. The book is not bad. It contains quite a few info, worth reading.

    From the reading and from other things that are going on, I get a feeling that Khmers are well caugth with a complex of inferiority and very defensive.

    The book and most of Khmer talks mean we have been down; be safe; be on the island of peace ( Cambodia’s constitution). As we know well, Cambodia has been through torment, beaten, lost land and people.

    Almost no one talks about if or how we could be great again or greater. From my American background, I believe that anything is possible. Where there is a will, there will be a way!

    Where is the true Khmer Angkor will??

    ****

    This book “Cambodian Buddhism, History and Practice” by Ian Harris notes that Jayavarman VII built 121 libraries/ rest areas, and 102 hospitals ( more tha cited by Dr Michelle Tranee).

    Ian Harris book shows that Shaivaism was in Cambodia very early. Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism also took turn back and forth in Cambodia.

    In a set, the father was represented as Lokesvara/ Shiva. The mother was represented as Prajnaparamita. The person (Jayavarman VII) was represented as Buddha!

    #363568
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    HeAtz_oN
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    If you say that you are the re-incarnation of the khmer kings…shouldnt you know your own kingdoms and locations…Why are you reading books? From western lolzzz..The khmer king know his country like the back of his back…it pathitic to claim such…:/

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Just finished reading “Cambodia History, Khmer Society under Jayavarman VII”, by Dr Michelle Tranee. The book is not bad. It contains quite a few info, worth reading.

    From the reading and from other things that are going on, I get a feeling that Khmers are well caugth with a complex of inferiority and very defensive.

    The book and most of Khmer talks mean we have been down; be safe; be on the island of peace ( Cambodia’s constitution). As we know well, Cambodia has been through torment, beaten, lost land and people.

    Almost no one talks about if or how we could be great again or greater. From my American background, I believe that anything is possible. Where there is a will, there will be a way!

    Where is the true Khmer Angkor will??

    ****

    This book “Cambodian Buddhism, History and Practice” by Ian Harris notes that Jayavarman VII built 121 libraries/ rest areas, and 102 hospitals ( more tha cited by Dr Michelle Tranee).

    Ian Harris book shows that Shaivaism was in Cambodia very early. Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism also took turn back and forth in Cambodia.

    In a set, the father was represented as Lokesvara/ Shiva. The mother was represented as Prajnaparamita. The person (Jayavarman VII) was represented as Buddha!

    #363577
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    veayoo
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    HeAtz_oN,

    Who did the claim? Whoever did it should know what you say. I did not.

    With regard to picture postings or name and address, I think we better keep things the way they are. Because, for me personally, I do not need paparutzy ( need spelling) by my gate or whereever I go or stay. I need time to research about the khmer legacies. Quiet time for researching and reading is precious.

    Furthermore, pics, name or adress could be a tool for bad guys to stalk any of us. By many US laws, stalking is a crime, i.e. around 18 years in jail ( same crime cathegory as peeing in public!).

    It is not our intention to make you or any one interested in the Khmer matters a criminal!

    I hope this helps.

    [i]Originally posted by HeAtz_oN[/i]
    If you say that you are the re-incarnation of the khmer kings…shouldnt you know your own kingdoms and locations…Why are you reading books? From western lolzzz..The khmer king know his country like the back of his back…it pathitic to claim such…:/
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Just finished reading “Cambodia History, Khmer Society under Jayavarman VII”, by Dr Michelle Tranee. The book is not bad. It contains quite a few info, worth reading.

    From the reading and from other things that are going on, I get a feeling that Khmers are well caugth with a complex of inferiority and very defensive.

    The book and most of Khmer talks mean we have been down; be safe; be on the island of peace ( Cambodia’s constitution). As we know well, Cambodia has been through torment, beaten, lost land and people.

    Almost no one talks about if or how we could be great again or greater. From my American background, I believe that anything is possible. Where there is a will, there will be a way!

    Where is the true Khmer Angkor will??

    ****

    This book “Cambodian Buddhism, History and Practice” by Ian Harris notes that Jayavarman VII built 121 libraries/ rest areas, and 102 hospitals ( more tha cited by Dr Michelle Tranee).

    Ian Harris book shows that Shaivaism was in Cambodia very early. Mahayana and Theravada Buddhism also took turn back and forth in Cambodia.

    In a set, the father was represented as Lokesvara/ Shiva. The mother was represented as Prajnaparamita. The person (Jayavarman VII) was represented as Buddha!

    [/quote]

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