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  • #333948
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
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    By Divine Eyes, I was told, I would be able to see anything I like happening on earth, heavens or hells.

    As of today, the clue or clues are not here yet :(

    #333958
    Avatar of littlelady
    littlelady
    Participant

    You are similar to one of my relative. He thinks he is preah ko. I can say that he is gifted just like you, but in different ways.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    littlelady,

    Yeah, may be something like sixth sense. I am not sure.

    As of talking to soul, it is something I have done. How?

    It is a complicated process that many people did not get even after I have told it.

    Telling the how has not helped much. Hands-on approach may be the easiest way if one really interests in this. The hands-on approach still requires determinations from $ to daring attitude. If one scares of gost for example, forget it. Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by littlelady[/i]
    Now, that I read this thread I understand more about you. So, another word you have six senses, right? You are different from majority of us from what I understand.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

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    #333967
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    littlelady,

    There are a lot of things going on in this world and universes. There is no way I know them all.

    In the divine/ Boramey matters, I only know what I have been told. I am playing nice and allow the bodiless world to prove their cases, claims and telling.

    I can be sure of a thing after I’ll have verified it.

    As many telling has been proved well, I keep my fingers crossed for more positive happenings.

    Having read my writing ok, consider yourself advanced level in the matters. There were people who could not grasp them.

    [i]Originally posted by littlelady[/i]
    You are similar to one of my relative. He thinks he is preah ko. I can say that he is gifted just like you, but in different ways.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    littlelady,

    Yeah, may be something like sixth sense. I am not sure.

    As of talking to soul, it is something I have done. How?

    It is a complicated process that many people did not get even after I have told it.

    Telling the how has not helped much. Hands-on approach may be the easiest way if one really interests in this. The hands-on approach still requires determinations from $ to daring attitude. If one scares of gost for example, forget it. Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by littlelady[/i]
    Now, that I read this thread I understand more about you. So, another word you have six senses, right? You are different from majority of us from what I understand.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    Good questions.

    I am not kidding. I told you and everybody what I know and experience.

    I know it is hard to grasp the soul matter. But you are safe being so as you are among the majority, 99.999,999,999%, of humans who do not understand this.

    If you really want to get a good idea about the soul notion, I advise you to seek spiritual counseling. I am talking about finding a good medium person, a Roop/Rup, who could allow you to talk to one of your loved-ones who passed away. Make sure you get a competent medium!

    You knew that person, your loved-one, very well. So, if the spiritual medium is really good, you should be able to talk with his or her soul. You then could tell whether that would be really your well known loved-one soul/ spirit or not.

    I spoke to my mom and dad souls. My parents passed away decades ago. When their souls came to talk to me, I knew them exactly. Their voice, speech pattern, style, and content were exactly my parent’s. They talked to me, relating to what we shared when they were still alive. Believe me, I know my parent.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls stay around, alive, in similar way. Believe me, I spoke with both of them.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hey!!! Veayoo,

    According to whatever you mentiond there…its just a normal as like as humans too, cuz Preah Ko and Preah Keo’s bodies are death but their souls are still alive. The Humanz’s souls are alive as well event their bodies are death…Dont you think, do you ???

    What are you taliking about you still can chat to them…??? Are you kidding me???
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    KomLostBong,

    From my vintage point, Preah Ko and Preah Keo are alive.

    From normal human perspectives, they are not. Most humans attach life with body. When one dies, the soul goes away while the body is getting rotten. Humans then say that the person is no longer alive.

    In the bodiless world, the above soul is still alive after the above body death.

    Preah Ko and Preah Keo souls are still alive and well. They are still powerful as Khmer legend says.

    They are alive to me because I still could chat with them.

    ***

    By the way, I will try to write about whether God is male or female here in this thread. I hope I’ll get to the question soon.

    ***

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by KomLostBong[/i]
    Hello!!! Veayoo,

    Are preah Ko and Preah Keo still alive…???

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #333977
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]

    #333987
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    Anonymous

    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    #334048
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the ghosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [Message last modified 12-19-2010 04:23pm by veayoo]

    #333997
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    The new place for meditation is not just for me. It would be for me and my “people”, Borameys.

    I have been assigned mighty Senas and Kid Borameys. Many of them escort me all the time wherever I go. They need a decent place to stay and meditate too :)

    In addition to Boramey visits, as a human, I do have human families and friends visitors.

    Down the road, we may need something larger. For now, a two bedroom condo is ok. As I have checked Waikiki real estate market, we could get by a modest beach front condo with less than 3M.

    I will bring this proposal up to my divine Project Director of the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor. I hope he’ll approve the condo budget proposalt :)

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334007
    Avatar of
    Anonymous

    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]

    #334037
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to ghosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the ghosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    [Message last modified 12-19-2010 04:22pm by veayoo]

    #334017
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Preah Beida Tep Ek, Preah Beida Mokot Pich and many top notch Borameys have come to meet me often for giving lessons or discussing divine businesses. The new place should be another nice Prasat for all of us.

    The home office, starting with a condo, usually comes with high tax, maintenance and operating cost. To cover these costs along with other expenses for a good period of time as well, 6M budget would be adequate (I learnt to double my estimate in project management).

    Many of us would think that the budget is a lot. For my divine fathers though, this is ocket change. They talked about wealth of a Mohanokor, and not just merely 6M :)

    They normally walk their talk too :)

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    The new place for meditation is not just for me. It would be for me and my “people”, Borameys.

    I have been assigned mighty Senas and Kid Borameys. Many of them escort me all the time wherever I go. They need a decent place to stay and meditate too :)

    In addition to Boramey visits, as a human, I do have human families and friends visitors.

    Down the road, we may need something larger. For now, a two bedroom condo is ok. As I have checked Waikiki real estate market, we could get by a modest beach front condo with less than 3M.

    I will bring this proposal up to my divine Project Director of the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor. I hope he’ll approve the condo budget proposalt :)

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334027
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    180 degrees ocean view is a modest aspect of Hawaii properties.

    Presently, there is at least one property for sale with 270 degrees ocean view.

    Even with 360 degrees Ocean View, any and all views must be far less than divine views which could be (360 x 360) to the n factorials.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334152
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should NOT earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.

    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

    My conversation with Boramey about the police chief death was short. I seemed to me that the matters involved deep and poilitics which never become part of my specialty. I also shut my mouth as in Cambodia, talk like that is extremely dangerous, especially as the police chief was Hun Sen in-laws.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    [Message last modified 12-24-2010 03:34am by veayoo]

    #334068
    Avatar of
    Anonymous

    you are correct..detail i hear was he was shot down by a rocket…this was when the china military visal was in sahinoukville.. he wont be the first or last..

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.
    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334078
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Along with divine intervention and divine judgment, Cambodia leaders must have been familiar with the concept of martial laws in which special rules and judgments apply. In war time or war zone, a captured bad guy may not be processed to a regular court for justice. The so called instant justice may be dealt with right on the spot!

    In divine intervention time, similar divine martial laws may be in effect. God and Borameys may not wait for a later time processing usually handled by the King of Death, Yamareach. They may just use their martial laws!!!

    Golden rules to stay safe, always: the great Tussapit Reachathor.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    you are correct..detail i hear was he was shot down by a rocket…this was when the china military visal was in sahinoukville.. he wont be the first or last..
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.
    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334088
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Relating to what I was told, Koh Pich/ the Diamond Island appears to be one of the places that Borameys were not happy about.

    At one time, Lokta Phnom Pram Roy (500 mountains) said Hun Sen sold many mountains (Phnoms) already. Cambodia has only about 350 of them left.

    While I do not know all the 150 mountains sold, I happened to hear that the island of Koh Poh (Snakes Island) in Sihanoukville was sold to Russian developers.
    Mountains in this context appear to include islands like Koh Pich as well. Borameys may not like this island to be sold and used this way.

    As always, I am not sure of anything. I am, as always, trying to make sense of all I heard and saw. I guessed that it would be best to leave this Koh Pich Island for public use. This way, no One is too unhappy.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Along with divine intervention and divine judgment, Cambodia leaders must have been familiar with the concept of martial laws in which special rules and judgments apply. In war time or war zone, a captured bad guy may not be processed to a regular court for justice. The so called instant justice may be dealt with right on the spot!

    In divine intervention time, similar divine martial laws may be in effect. God and Borameys may not wait for a later time processing usually handled by the King of Death, Yamareach. They may just use their martial laws!!!

    Golden rules to stay safe, always: the great Tussapit Reachathor.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    you are correct..detail i hear was he was shot down by a rocket…this was when the china military visal was in sahinoukville.. he wont be the first or last..
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.
    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334100
    Avatar of
    Anonymous

    U are correct. Mountain is nokor. All these offiial selling out land to forgiener. Just like takeo. It is a gold mine. The samdach sold it to the vietnamse. Koh Pich as u see bunch of youngster, partying their brain out no traditions, respect, value anymore. It won’t be the last. 1 more war.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Relating to what I was told, Koh Pich/ the Diamond Island appears to be one of the places that Borameys were not happy about.

    At one time, Lokta Phnom Pram Roy (500 mountains) said Hun Sen sold many mountains (Phnoms) already. Cambodia has only about 350 of them left.

    While I do not know all the 150 mountains sold, I happened to hear that the island of Koh Poh (Snakes Island) in Sihanoukville was sold to Russian developers.
    Mountains in this context appear to include islands like Koh Pich as well. Borameys may not like this island to be sold and used this way.

    As always, I am not sure of anything. I am, as always, trying to make sense of all I heard and saw. I guessed that it would be best to leave this Koh Pich Island for public use. This way, no One is too unhappy.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Along with divine intervention and divine judgment, Cambodia leaders must have been familiar with the concept of martial laws in which special rules and judgments apply. In war time or war zone, a captured bad guy may not be processed to a regular court for justice. The so called instant justice may be dealt with right on the spot!

    In divine intervention time, similar divine martial laws may be in effect. God and Borameys may not wait for a later time processing usually handled by the King of Death, Yamareach. They may just use their martial laws!!!

    Golden rules to stay safe, always: the great Tussapit Reachathor.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    you are correct..detail i hear was he was shot down by a rocket…this was when the china military visal was in sahinoukville.. he wont be the first or last..
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.
    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334110
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Waikiki or Maui?

    I have worked hard in the two weeks to find a place called home office in Hawaii. I looked in Waikiki in Oahu and also Kehei and Kaanapali in Maui.

    Each area has its own positive and negative aspect. I cannot make up my mind at all. I will have to leave the matter to Borameys for decision and approval.

    For convenience though, Waikiki in Honolulu appears to be best.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334119
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    For those of you who wonder about beach and ocean view in this context, there are a few things that rhyme: best view, vision, divine vision and divine eyes.

    Good ocean views have helped clearing my mind and I hope these would contribute more in Panha Nhean and Divine Vision.

    I was born in dragon year. This dragon likes large water and always is happier with ocean and ocean views.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Waikiki or Maui?

    I have worked hard in the two weeks to find a place called home office in Hawaii. I looked in Waikiki in Oahu and also Kehei and Kaanapali in Maui.

    Each area has its own positive and negative aspect. I cannot make up my mind at all. I will have to leave the matter to Borameys for decision and approval.

    For convenience though, Waikiki in Honolulu appears to be best.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334129
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Ocean condo for a small home office is a good start.

    One day, when and if I’ll get lucky (with lottery or so), my beach choice would be a large 25M mansion on the sand.

    I love Beverly Hills and Hollywood life style (have not lived there yet) with ocean and sand in my backyard.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    For those of you who wonder about beach and ocean view in this context, there are a few things that rhyme: best view, vision, divine vision and divine eyes.

    Good ocean views have helped clearing my mind and I hope these would contribute more in Panha Nhean and Divine Vision.

    I was born in dragon year. This dragon likes large water and always is happier with ocean and ocean views.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Waikiki or Maui?

    I have worked hard in the two weeks to find a place called home office in Hawaii. I looked in Waikiki in Oahu and also Kehei and Kaanapali in Maui.

    Each area has its own positive and negative aspect. I cannot make up my mind at all. I will have to leave the matter to Borameys for decision and approval.

    For convenience though, Waikiki in Honolulu appears to be best.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334139
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    It would sound fun to many as I meditate on sand beach with great ocean views. For many, meditation goes along with sitting crossed-legs under a Po tree as seen in many Buddha painting or drawing.

    I always have appreciated Buddha’s way to meditate and have nothing to be against his style. Mine though is different. I am not trying to get away from Samsara, at least not yet and not now.

    My meditation is more about how to improve today Samsara for the benefit of all. I meditate for the Oudom Khmer Mohanokor and its noble goals of peace and prosperity.

    #334162
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
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    If I were to do anything serious for peace and prosperity, I would have to walk my talk. I have been trying hard so far to find credible approaches for the talk.

    In my style, any and all peace and prosperity strategies need to convince myself first before I would tell others on how to go for them.

    My divine God Fathers and Borameys have works lined up for our next discussions and sessions. These will keep us busy for a good while.

    I have had fun with God and Borameys though.

    **

    [Message last modified 12-24-2010 03:36am by veayoo]

    #334172
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    The followings are not an attempt to change existing meditation methods. I simply reflect on my personal meditation case involving Neak Mean Bonns. What have worked for me may not work for others.

    **

    Since I acquainted and worked with the spiritual world, I know I have made good progresses. I became smarter and, to be correct, more intelligent. I call this divine intelligence, Panha Nhean, which has enabled me to have a lot of new light and understanding that I did not experience in the past.

    Believe it or not, the new intelligence keeps surprising me all along.

    #334181
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    veayoo
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    I have no other explanation for the intelligence except repeating what was told: a Panha Nhean which has a lot to do with Neak Mean Bonn involvement. Neak Mean Bonn Pan involvement in my Panha Nhean is probably part of the Divine Intervention, at personal level.

    All along, God and Borameys kept telling me that Nokor Kay and the Mohanokor matters go hand in hand.

    I did not really understand the extend of the Nokor Kay issues much except that my health was not great. I suffered heart attacks among other problems and Boramey curing would be great.

    God and Borameys said I was going to go through work to improve my Nokor Kay. Their exact word was that I was going to have Amatak Nokor Kay, meaning eternal body or 18 years old young body again.

    As I meditate and reflect back, the Nokor Kay work has been a lot more than just curing health problems. Beyond physical effects, Nokor Kay has had to do a lot more in my mental and spiritual abilities (I hope I will be able to explain these).

    #334190
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    veayoo
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    Looking back to the past, I was told at one point that God and Borameys assigned 120 expert Devadas to take care of my Nokor Kay. I understood that they would work on re-engineering or re-structuring my cells and nerves… Since the telling, I never felt any that I had Novocain or pain killer of any sort. I have not felt anything.

    Results have besurprised myself though.

    Physically, heart attack is not an issue with me anymore. I have felt great. My heart doctors stopped scheduling follow-up appointments as they are not necessary (and expensive).

    Six months ago, my mighty 7,100 years old Grandpa, Lokta Kong Mai, said pressure was no longer on my system, meaning my blood circulation functions well and there is no immediate issue of heart attack at all. (My mighty 7 Boramey Senas, watching over my heart, and the 120 expert Devadas have done great jobs!)

    #334201
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Mentally, I have been greatly stable. My divine father Preah Beida Mokot Pich pointed out that I can adhere to the meditation principle of Ekkataka (being alone, single) fine. Prior to this, being lonely would cause in me burning desire for sex and extreme sadness.

    To understand the importance of the Ekkataka, one could find it in Buddha meditation strategy. He left his wife, son, wealth and power behind and later on found enlightenment alone, in Ekkataka.

    #334210
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    veayoo
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    Spiritually, I know myself that I have achieved quite a bit of progress. The obvious spiritual progress is in the area of Panha Nhean. This kind of intelligence did not come to me prior to Neak Mean Bonn involvement.

    I went to schools for several decades in Asia, Europe and America. The intelligence I collected from the human schools is nowhere comparable to the spiritual Panha Nhean which is so profound that I can say that it is a sort of light, as in enlightenment.

    #334219
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    veayoo
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    I am going to try a few more words about Panha Nhean intelligence.

    When I mastered arithmetic, geometry, algebra or calculus, the “intelligence” I got was merely a successful learnt skill. Nothing fancy about it as millions of people have done it as well.

    But when I started to find clues of how to get an extremely poor country like Cambodia to an empire state, the finding was deep, clear and lovingly joyful. The depth, clarity and the loving Joyce were not of humanly common perception. I found similar feeling and perception about three years ago once as I was allowed to see heavens.

    I described heaven Joyce then as absolute happiness which has no contingent worry or Dhukkha attached. When I was happy in heavens then, I had no subconscious thought about other contingent issues in the back of my mind. I explained the difference with an example of a happy time laughing/ good time.

    We human laugh and have a good time, but our mind stay attached to other issues such what will be next to be done after the laugh. We human are programmed to be conscious with our surrounding, our past and our future. When I was in heavens, no such conscious worry was with me. I just had heavenly good time!

    The heavenly characteristics of the intelligence let me to classify the little light found as spiritual.

    #334229
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    Anonymous

    did you mean

    Moha nokor (moha = ignorance, delusion)
    or
    Maha nokor (maha = big, great)

    :-)

    Neak now moha nokor ad tail mean bon te
    Neak now maha nokor ban mean bon

    Just playing with words. *smile* From thoughts thought arising words, from words arising acts. So let us think on Maha. Positive thought are changing the world.

    _/_
    with loving kindness

    #334239
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Things turn out to be great.

    The Hawaii housing/office need was not just my thought and want.

    God/Preah Beida Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach personally and recently said that he made me think of the need. He himself and Borameys need to use the place too.

    God said that he recently came to my place in the US as part of His visit too. The Hawaii place/ condo will be for Him, me, the Neak Mean Bonns and Senas also. We work together for the Mahanokor goal.

    God said the fund was already allocated for the purpose. 10M.

    As I asked Him where is the money now or where will it come from, He declined to specify. He said though that the fund is supposed to be available by July of 2011!!!

    On top of the Hawaii condo, Lok Yeay Mao in Pich Nil informed me recently that I am supposed to acquire a place in India too. I was from India over 200 years ago and I am supposed to secure a place there too. The fund is 20M.

    To my question of where the India fund comes from, Lok Yeay Mao said it is already available, but she is not allowed to tell.

    I am left wondering where all these funds will come from. Though I could guess something, I am not sure of it.

    What I am sure of is that once the funds will be available, I have been an expert in real estates investment in this life as well as over 200 years ago. In this life, I have proved to myself as an expert by making good money, up to one million per investment.

    Over 200 years ago, I was born as Maharaja Tanpa, the India king that was very rich of chest game and real estates.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Ocean condo for a small home office is a good start.

    One day, when and if I’ll get lucky (with lottery or so), my beach choice would be a large 25M mansion on the sand.

    I love Beverly Hills and Hollywood life style (have not lived there yet) with ocean and sand in my backyard.

    **
    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    For those of you who wonder about beach and ocean view in this context, there are a few things that rhyme: best view, vision, divine vision and divine eyes.

    Good ocean views have helped clearing my mind and I hope these would contribute more in Panha Nhean and Divine Vision.

    I was born in dragon year. This dragon likes large water and always is happier with ocean and ocean views.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Waikiki or Maui?

    I have worked hard in the two weeks to find a place called home office in Hawaii. I looked in Waikiki in Oahu and also Kehei and Kaanapali in Maui.

    Each area has its own positive and negative aspect. I cannot make up my mind at all. I will have to leave the matter to Borameys for decision and approval.

    For convenience though, Waikiki in Honolulu appears to be best.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was in Waikiki, Hawaii, once around 3 years ago. This past four days in the Hawaiian beach has confirmed previous thought that it is the best place for me to meditate.

    The fresh air in an 80 degree F. temperature along with clear blue sky and water all the way to the horizon are best mind cleansers.

    While meditation and spiritual dept are as far away as the horizon, almost-naked girls laying and walking on the beach are pleasant environment to my meditation style.

    I will need to discuss with my Borameys about possibility of getting a small condo in Waikiki for my spiritual work. The big problem is $ to buy a new beach front condo with 180 degree ocean view.

    The Waikiki beach meditation will be weighted against Maui’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Tough assignments:

    Arguing or chatting with friends about God, religions, Buddhism etc. are fun topics that I would love to spend time with. I however seem to always busy in something else that most people may not like.

    I have to prepare myself to argue, discuss and learn more with God Himself and Borameys. The next sessions will start this coming December. I have not successfully done my homeworks yet.

    I hope I will have most homeworks done on papers when I will have time meditating more at Waikiki and Maui beaches in Hawaii a few weeks before the new sessions :)

    Well, I’ll have more than ten hours in the sky to do more meditation and homework before landing in Pochentong airport :)

    As you can guess, I am going through tough schooling. I have to flight long distances, stay in 5 stars resorts, and meditate on Hawaii beaches. Tough assignments!

    Haha.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    God:

    I promised to write up about God, more precisely what I was told. I am going to start doing this before I forget it.

    As always, I know that the matter of God is a personal and belief matter for each of us.

    As always also, I do not have time to argue whether He is real or not. I learned a long time ago that this kind of argument could take forever while arguers may not find any scientific proof anyway.

    I am telling what I was told.

    God Himself and Herself need to prove all telling to me, as readers may have noted all along.

    While scientific proofs would make a lot of people happy, I have understood that this is not of His/ Her main interest. I however lenient with God and accept proofs and satisfaction for me as a person. While I care about sciences, God matters are way beyond a mere science.

    This writing does not bring a lot of new things. It is more like a summary of what I already told plus a brief answer to question posted by KC friend.

    [Message last modified 10-31-2010 07:03am by veayoo][/quote]
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    #334249
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    veayoo
    Participant

    hanzze,

    Thank you for pointing to my translation error. Mahanokor is more correct than Mohanokor.

    [i]Originally posted by hanzze[/i]
    did you mean

    Moha nokor (moha = ignorance, delusion)
    or
    Maha nokor (maha = big, great)

    :-)

    Neak now moha nokor ad tail mean bon te
    Neak now maha nokor ban mean bon

    Just playing with words. *smile* From thoughts thought arising words, from words arising acts. So let us think on Maha. Positive thought are changing the world.

    _/_
    with loving kindness

    #334922
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    God/ Preah Beida Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach said recently that what I got was the Divine Eyes (not just more Panha Nhean). I got them in this past December, He said.

    As I asked why I cannot see heavens, hells or whatever earthly matters I like to see now, he explained that I am in the beginner level of Divine Eyes yet, but I will later.

    He said that my Nokor Kay (body world) is not running quite smooth yet.

    Besides Preah Beida Tep Ek, I checked the content of my enlighted vision with Preah Beida Mokot Pich who came from Prum Plane # 56. Preah Beida Mokot Pich was the one who started me in the Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean quest.

    Preah Beida Mokot Pich, the Mahanokor Project Director, said what I saw in my Divine Eyes enlightenment was valid. The vision contents are part of things to do to get Cambodia to be the new Oudom Mohanokor. Of course, there are more to find and see, He said.

    With the Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean aptitude, Preah Beida Mokot Pich also said that He and Preah Beida Tep Ek will keep involve in the Mahanokor quest all along. The two Gods and Borameys will not just leave after a start. This means that success (or failure) of the Mahanokor is and will always be Their responsibilty. I am just a human helper in the team!

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    This appears to be more of a Panha Nhean type of light, folks.

    After having “polluted” KC with Boramey writing, language learning (8 Asian languages!), Bruce Lee’s fighting style, Japanese and Chinese Chess…, I started to understand why Cambodia is Kampuchea in the sad bad Karma sense.

    With the above kind of silly way to spend time, my American/ European/ Asian formal and informal education and background_ and most importantly perhaps the Divine Intervention and Divine Panha Nhean_ has allowed me to see a few fundamental and unconscious mistakes that have led Cambodia to be a small and piteous country of Kampuchea, living of donations and aide money. Starvation and devastating wars are never too far away!

    Cambodia was Mohanokor for a couple of times. It has lost that status, properties and the fame. Nowadays, the prosperous world talks about China, India, Japan or Korea… and not Kampuchea.

    I see the WHAT and WHY of the continued falling trend. I also see the HOW to stop the piteous trend and to take Kampuchea to be a Vongkot Borei Mohanokor. I don’t believe present Cambodia leaders see what I do!!!

    As a human, I start to see the main fundamentals needed to turn Kampuchea to Vongkot Borei Oudom Mohanokor :)

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    [Message last modified 02-27-2011 05:35am by veayoo]

    #334260
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    veayoo
    Participant

    We will be fortunate to keep having Divine intervention all along even after the Oudom Mahanokor jump start. Our fortune resides on the fact that the Divine leadership is much superior than what we have seen for the last several centuries.

    The Divine leadership comes with the Divine Eyes and Vision that nothing human can compare to.

    The Divine Eyes and Vision quality come from a being that is around one million years old (God’s age). His age is far more than a human’s (average 45 to 80 years old).

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    God/ Preah Beida Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach said recently that what I got was the Divine Eyes (not just more Panha Nhean). I got them in this past December, He said.

    As I asked why I cannot see heavens, hells or whatever earthly matters I like to see now, he explained that I am in the beginner level of Divine Eyes yet, but I will later.

    He said that my Nokor Kay (body world) is not running quite smooth yet.

    Besides Preah Beida Tep Ek, I checked the content of my enlighted vision with Preah Beida Mokot Pich who came from Prum Plane # 56. Preah Beida Mokot Pich was the one who started me in the Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean quest.

    Preah Beida Mokot Pich, the Mahanokor Project Director, said what I saw in my Divine Eyes enlightenment was valid. The vision content are part of things to do to get Cambodia to be the new Oudom Mohanokor. Of course, there are more to find and see, He said.

    With the Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean aptitude, Preah Beida Mokot Pich also said that He and Preah Beida Tep Ek will keep involve in the Mahanokor quest all along. The two Gods and Borameys will not just leave after a start. This means that success (or failure) of the Mahanokor is and will always be Their responsibilty. I am just a human helper in the team!

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    This appears to be more of a Panha Nhean type of light, folks.

    After having “polluted” KC with Boramey writing, language learning (8 Asian languages!), Bruce Lee’s fighting style, Japanese and Chinese Chess…, I started to understand why Cambodia is Kampuchea in the sad bad Karma sense.

    With the above kind of silly way to spend time, my American/ European/ Asian formal and informal education and background_ and most importantly perhaps the Divine Intervention and Divine Panha Nhean_ has allowed me to see a few fundamental and unconscious mistakes that have led Cambodia to be a small and piteous country of Kampuchea, living of donations and aide money. Starvation and devastating wars are never too far away!

    Cambodia was Mohanokor for a couple of times. It has lost that status, properties and the fame. Nowadays, the prosperous world talks about China, India, Japan or Korea… and not Kampuchea.

    I see the WHAT and WHY of the continued falling trend. I also see the HOW to stop the piteous trend and to take Kampuchea to be a Vongkot Borei Mohanokor. I don’t believe present Cambodia leaders see what I do!!!

    As a human, I start to see the main fundamentals needed to turn Kampuchea to Vongkot Borei Oudom Mohanokor :)

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    If and when Cambodia will get its name changed, it would be called Nokor Vongkot Borei. This was said in Buddha Tumneay.

    I have been wondering about the meaning of the Kampuchea’s new name. Why Vongkot Borei?

    Borei simly means country. How about Vongkot or Vong-kot?

    All I can think of is coincidence of the word “Kot”, in Vong-kot Borei, and other words “Kot” I have seen.

    [Message last modified 12-10-2010 09:14am by veayoo][/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334268
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    veayoo
    Participant

    A Boramey in charge of the Koh Pich issue confirmed my thought and understanding.

    The island is not planned to be of private use. God and Borameys planned this island to be used by Neak Mean Bonns and the Oudom Mohanokor work.

    This will be a center for Prasat Meas/ Prasat Prak for Preah In Sakkatevareach, His Senas and top Oudom Mohanokor team’s resident and office. This is a central location where Meas (gold) and Prak(money) will be generated into the Oudom Mohanokor.

    While the 350 or so lost lives were sad tragedy to all of us, these souls were assigned to keep and care of the island. The souls became spiritual guards for the island.

    Developers are allowed to do work, but need to be flexible when the Oudom Mohanokor needs to use the island for the Oudom Mohanokor/ Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    God created and owns this island, Cambodia and the world. Our human or country title, if any, needs to subdue(eminent domain) to God’s.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    http://www.hepburnadvocate.com.au/news/world/world/general/ghosts-descend-on-bridge-of-death/2009754.aspx?storypage=0

    **

    The private firm, developer, is not there to do Cambodia government jobs. They cannot policing the crowd…

    The government needs to step up and take over the island for the public and the death spirits. Failure to do so, more tragedies will be very likely.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    I took time to look at the site and the stampede bridge a couple of days before I got back to the states. Normally, I would not rush to do that kind of thing.

    While I looked at the site, somehow, I had a strange feeling about the stampeded bridge as well as the Koh Pich island as a site.

    The stampede explains why I was guided to take a look at the site and the bridge, even if I did not have a lot of time.

    Phnom Penh top Borameys like Lokta Vimean Ekkareach, Lokta Oudong Oudom and Preah Ang Dang Ker must have wanted me then to understand what will be coming.

    With the tragedy, I get the feeling that they do not like what are going on at the site.

    The site should be a public one to celebrate the Bonn Oum Touk, a traditional national ceremony that keeps reminding Cambodians of naval skill and power in Cambodia history. The Bonn Oum Touk tradition serves to make cambodians think that they better keep up the naval skill and power for their own future.

    Borameys also showed me recently that they do not like today Khmer girls new and bad behaviors which are against Khmer tradition (today young Khmer girls have boyfriend …) Attending large crowd, getting squeezed and packed with males… etc are what they said as inappropriate and not safe.

    Borameys were of old time and remain old timer. Many of them, thousands or hundreds years old, were generals in the military. Bonn Om Touk, the Khmer water festival, which has to do a lot with their military background is important to them. The ceremony has a lot to do their fights, while alive, to defend the country that many of them ended up sacrificing their life before turning to Borameys.

    The site location would be great for public crowd for Bonn Om Touk and many other national ceremony such as New Year, Independent day,etc. To let a private company control the site poorly is not best, as the company goals are quite different than the country’s.

    The main point I sense is that Cambodia, as a state, needs to do something for its poor and lovely citizens. These oor and lovely citizens, (and not the few rich), would be the ones who would be drafted to bear arms somedays to defend the nation.

    Borameys see farther than us humans.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    In the last few days, I have been bugged down with crowd stampede in Cambodia that killed and injured over 1,000 Cambodians.

    I could not concentrate on writing as I used too. The tragedy has been so sad as I happenned to be at the stampede site over three months ago.

    I have voiced causes for the tragedy in a few KC postings..

    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334279
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    The Koh Pich kind of tragedy (to human eyes and sensation) is not over yet. Cambodia is subject to coming changes.

    Till the coming change, of Great Mahanokor/ Nokor Vongkot Borei caliber, will be over, we will have to go through some dramatic events, I was told.

    Dharma is the way to go for all.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    A Boramey in charge of the Koh Pich issue confirmed my thought and understanding.

    The island is not planned to be of private use. God and Borameys planned this island to be used by Neak Mean Bonns and the Oudom Mohanokor work.

    This will be a center for Prasat Meas/ Prasat Prak for Preah In Sakkatevareach, His Senas and top Oudom Mohanokor team’s resident and office. This is a central location where Meas (gold) and Prak(money) will be generated into the Oudom Mohanokor.

    While the 350 or so lost lives were sad tragedy to all of us, these souls were assigned to keep and care of the island. The souls became spiritual guards for the island.

    Developers are allowed to do work, but need to be flexible when the Oudom Mohanokor needs to use the island for the Oudom Mohanokor/ Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    God created and owns this island, Cambodia and the world. Our human or country title, if any, needs to subdue(eminent domain) to God’s.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    http://www.hepburnadvocate.com.au/news/world/world/general/ghosts-descend-on-bridge-of-death/2009754.aspx?storypage=0

    **

    The private firm, developer, is not there to do Cambodia government jobs. They cannot policing the crowd…

    The government needs to step up and take over the island for the public and the death spirits. Failure to do so, more tragedies will be very likely.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    I took time to look at the site and the stampede bridge a couple of days before I got back to the states. Normally, I would not rush to do that kind of thing.

    While I looked at the site, somehow, I had a strange feeling about the stampeded bridge as well as the Koh Pich island as a site.

    The stampede explains why I was guided to take a look at the site and the bridge, even if I did not have a lot of time.

    Phnom Penh top Borameys like Lokta Vimean Ekkareach, Lokta Oudong Oudom and Preah Ang Dang Ker must have wanted me then to understand what will be coming.

    With the tragedy, I get the feeling that they do not like what are going on at the site.

    The site should be a public one to celebrate the Bonn Oum Touk, a traditional national ceremony that keeps reminding Cambodians of naval skill and power in Cambodia history. The Bonn Oum Touk tradition serves to make cambodians think that they better keep up the naval skill and power for their own future.

    Borameys also showed me recently that they do not like today Khmer girls new and bad behaviors which are against Khmer tradition (today young Khmer girls have boyfriend …) Attending large crowd, getting squeezed and packed with males… etc are what they said as inappropriate and not safe.

    Borameys were of old time and remain old timer. Many of them, thousands or hundreds years old, were generals in the military. Bonn Om Touk, the Khmer water festival, which has to do a lot with their military background is important to them. The ceremony has a lot to do their fights, while alive, to defend the country that many of them ended up sacrificing their life before turning to Borameys.

    The site location would be great for public crowd for Bonn Om Touk and many other national ceremony such as New Year, Independent day,etc. To let a private company control the site poorly is not best, as the company goals are quite different than the country’s.

    The main point I sense is that Cambodia, as a state, needs to do something for its poor and lovely citizens. These oor and lovely citizens, (and not the few rich), would be the ones who would be drafted to bear arms somedays to defend the nation.

    Borameys see farther than us humans.

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    In the last few days, I have been bugged down with crowd stampede in Cambodia that killed and injured over 1,000 Cambodians.

    I could not concentrate on writing as I used too. The tragedy has been so sad as I happenned to be at the stampede site over three months ago.

    I have voiced causes for the tragedy in a few KC postings..

    [/quote]
    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334288
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Cambodia leaders, kings and prime ministers, have failed Cambodia terribly since AFTER Jayavarman VII. They keep failing to see and failing to lead this country in the right path or the correct Dharma.

    All of them, Pol Pot and Khieu Samphan included, have done too many wrong actions for the nation interest.

    According to the article below, Hun Sen is in the same terribly poor path.

    Besides clinching to the leadership power just for himself (he owns the country, he thinks, I guess), he is trying to acquire the country leadership title to his offspring as well.

    As one starts to believe that nobody else among more than 13M Cambodians could do better than oneself (as a leader), the democracy fundamental is being put down.

    A good democracy has many good leaders. If one falls down, the others could get up and lead the country as well.

    The strong man Hun Sen has made a seriuos mistake. He should know that his single eye, Kwang Makhak, cannot see well at all.

    He needs to know how to appreciate and respect better eyes and visions, the Divine Eyes and Divine Panha Nhean!

    He needs to realize that above him, there are Others.

    **

    http://www.sundaytimes.lk/analysis/4255-succession-in-focus-but-cambodia-strongman-staying-put

    **

    Succession in focus, but Cambodia strongman staying put .

    Tuesday, 25 January 2011 11:10 Mohideen Mifthah .

    PHNOM PENH, Jan 24 (Reuters) – When a young soldier was made a two-star general and infantry commander this month at the age of only 33, some in Cambodia saw a political dynasty taking shape.

    The rapid rise of Major-General Hun Manet has drawn attention to a topic rarely discussed in Cambodia: who will succeed his father, long-serving Prime Minister Hun Sen.

    Comparisons have been made between the rise of Hun Manet and that of Kim Jong-un, the son of ailing North Korean leader Kim Jong-il, promoted from obscurity in September to be a general and politburo member in what was seen as the unveiling of a successor.

    But analysts say the prospect of Hun Sen stepping aside is inconceivable right now and it’s too soon to make that link.

    Rather they see Hun Manet’s promotion as a sign of both the deep-rooted nepotism in Cambodia and the unrelenting efforts of Hun Sen to consolidate power for many years to come.

    “I’d say Hun Sen’s plan is to hold on in office for as long as he can and give his son a chance to amass as much power in the military as possible,” said Tony Kevin, an Australian academic and former ambassador to Cambodia in the 1990s.
    “He’s pushing 60, and for a leader in Asia, that’s pretty young, really. With his son as a senior military general, he has an insurance policy and it’s understandable he’d want that. But if this is part of a dynastic plan — it’s too soon to tell now.”
    Some political analysts in Cambodia believe Hun Sen, a former Khmer Rouge guerrilla, is privately concerned that a challenge to his 26-year rule could one day emerge, not from his political opponents but from within his Cambodian People’s Party (CPP) or among a powerful and growing crop of local tycoons.

    FIRM HAND

    Hun Sen’s firm hand and pro-business policies are credited with attracting foreign investment that has put Cambodia on a steady course of growth and stability after decades of brutal civil war turned the former French colony into a failed state.

    His successful blend of populism, nationalism and cronyism has earned him the overwhelming support of the electorate and kept business elites onside, but analysts say any shift in that dynamic could one day lead to his undoing.
    Enter Hun Manet, the eldest and most privileged of Hun Sen’s six children, whose promotion to a plum military post now makes a coup d’etat against his father seem far less likely.

    Hun Manet has kept a low profile since graduating from West Point military academy in the United States and then getting an economics doctorate from Britain’s Bristol University — a far cry from his father’s rudimentary education at a rural monastery.

    Hun Sen has defended his son’s promotion as in accordance with the rules. “He has been military age for 16 years already,” he said. “The military is obliged to promote in accordance with its internal framework.”

    But many in Cambodia think Hun Manet is being groomed to one day take over the reins of power.

    “There’s an old saying that power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely,” said Son Soubert, a prominent political commentator and adviser to Cambodia’s King Norodom Sihamoni.

    “The question is whether Mr. Hun Manet … will be accepted by all the military’s high-ranking officials and factions within the CPP. This kind of kin succession may not lead to the stability required to attract much-needed foreign investment.”

    CHALLENGE UNLIKELY

    Others say there are a number of potential successors within the CPP and it would be wrong to assume Hun Manet, who was already deputy chief of his father’s bodyguard unit and head of counter-terrorism in Cambodia, is the favoured candidate.

    None would find it easy to challenge a political warrior like Hun Sen, who says he will rule until the day he dies.

    Critics say he has leant on the judiciary to silence opponents and used his party’s parliamentary majority to push through laws aimed at stifling dissent and muzzling the media.

    His rivals have paid a heavy price. Opposition leader Sam Rainsy has gone into exile to avoid jail.

    His authoritarianism has been largely tolerated by the public while living standards improved thanks to economic growth, rural development and a reduction in poverty, factors that make another CPP win likely when the next election takes place in 2013.

    “I see no real threats or challenges to Hun Sen in the next few years,” said Ian Bryson, a Singapore-based regional analyst for Control Risks.
    “Nothing happens quickly in Cambodia. We’re in the middle of a parliamentary term, the government has survived the (global) economic crisis and an inflation bubble and there are no security issues, and that says a lot for his government’s stability.”

    Kevin, the retired Australian diplomat, said political change could be expected only if Hun Sen failed to keep CPP members and Cambodia’s new moneyed elite onside.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Along with divine intervention and divine judgment, Cambodia leaders must have been familiar with the concept of martial laws in which special rules and judgments apply. In war time or war zone, a captured bad guy may not be processed to a regular court for justice. The so called instant justice may be dealt with right on the spot!

    In divine intervention time, similar divine martial laws may be in effect. God and Borameys may not wait for a later time processing usually handled by the King of Death, Yamareach. They may just use their martial laws!!!

    Golden rules to stay safe, always: the great Tussapit Reachathor.

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    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    you are correct..detail i hear was he was shot down by a rocket…this was when the china military visal was in sahinoukville.. he wont be the first or last..
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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I think the Koh Pich ghost souls are worst bringing up to my next discussion session with Borameys. The notion was introduced to me about 3 months before the killing.

    As a traditional kind and nice Buddhist, I am against all violence and killing. The killing matters still come across my face over and over. I hate the loss of any life. Period.

    Tragic loss of lives still show up despite it is against my wishes. About three years ago, a top Boramey told me that he recently shot down a helicopter and killed a nation police chief. I immediately asked him why. It is natural to me to ask that question as I always love life. I always try to get people to think of violence acts as they come with bad merits now or next lives.

    The top Boramey said there are more to come still. He said the police chief swore to serve the nation, but failed to do so and was too corrupted. Boramey needed to take him out.

    A few days later, rumors in Phnom Penh said that the government checked the police chief house after his death and found cubic meters of dollars! His police career should earn him that much money and private helicopter! The police chief was so rich (private helicopter in the poor Cambodia) from dealing opium internationally along with other corruptions.

    No wonder why he got to be taken out by Borameys then. With the tragic “accident”, I still vividly remember that more bad guys are to be taken out. I wonder what all these have to do with over 350 Koh Pich lives loss.

    I do know that in Cambodia tradition, many high rank officials, ministers, senators, representatives, etc go through a sworn statement process conducted at Teva Vinichhay Palace (Royal Palace) in which the nine (or ten) layers of umbrella is located. The nine or ten layers umbrella signifies God and Borameys in divine king concept.
    The sworn statement at Prasat Teva Vinnichhay is a divinely related protocol in which nation servants get sworn to serve the country under Deva (Teva) eyes and judgement. Teva Vinichhay literally means divine judgment.

    The police chief got divine judgment for his corruption act against the country and people interest. For those in power now and who are in extreme corruption, try to remember that while you are above the country laws (as no one dares to bring you to justice), there is divine judgment in effect. This is because you are all right in the middle of a Divine direct Intervention period. You could be brought down as the next “accident” victim.

    Buddhist Dharma teaches love and Prum Vihear Thor with which leaders are to be abiding to the 10 Buddhist commandments for king and leaders, the Tussapit Reachathor. While the Tussapit Reachathor contains 10 commandments, it could be summarized as love, care, kindness to the followers and the ones under your power (which you swore to get from God and divine beings when you started your country top jobs).

    In Dharma, deeds and merits are personal. I can help telling you what I heard, but I cannot save you from your heavens, hells or Boramey judgment. I can only tell you to be good boys as you are being watched and judged!

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    PhnomKlarSar,

    When it comes to gosts who could appear or disappear to one’s naked eyes, each is for his own deal.

    I just hope the leaders know how to deal with the gosts. Good lucks for the Samdechs. haha.

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    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think is say. They ghost is awaiting for a repayment for their death from the two sam dach that cause their death. I think lol
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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    PhnomKlarSar,

    The last few sentences in the video say the gosts at Koh Pich want a Chet Dey and are waiting for the two leaders, Sihamoni and Hun Sen.

    Did I get this right?

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    [i]Originally posted by PhnomKlarSar[/i]
    I think you should listen to this. This was about the bridge stampede at koh Pich.

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