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  • #334644
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    Preah Beida God Tep Ek humble, quiet and talk little behavior has proven to me over time that He is really a top personality and the most powerful.

    Anyone at his seat has no need to talk or show power. As He is the boss of other mightily powerful borameys (who showed up powerful), logically, He must be even more powerful.

    In fact, other Borameys who have received respect from people for generations talked high respect of Preah Beida God Tep Ek. Preah Samanak Kodom, Preah Sea Metrey and Preah Jesus Christ etc did so.

    With so much powerful reference, Preah Beida God Tep would only be humble and gentle. He got my respect as He actually was and is my ideal and dream personality. He is my ultimate ICON.

    [Message last modified 02-07-2011 01:58am by veayoo]

    #334655
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    Even Preah Beida Mokot Pich aka Preah Maha Prum, who recently came from the 56th heaven layer and who is leading the Oudom Mahanokor project, openly and honestly said that He also under Preah Beida God Tep Ek command.

    Preah Beida Mokot Pich said his heaven home is next to Preah Beida God Tep Ek’s. They are brothers.

    #334665
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    From my own point of view, my writing at KC has not gone to waste. It was read by Neak Mean Bonns and Borameys. I knew this because every time we met, Neak Mean Bonns and Borameys were well aware of what I wrote here. This help Them, I guess, to understand better what is in my mind. This has helped me too as I could and can express what is in my head and heart.

    However, from time to time, I wondered whether what I write about was led or manipulated by Them.

    Anyway, whatever caused me to think or feel what I write about, I am really glad of the wonderful opportunity. I am grateful to be allowed to experience the bodiless world at up to the top Neak Mean Bonn level. I know I am a very lucky being!

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I cannot hold myself from writing about my good communication with the Top Neak Mean Bonn, Preah Beida God Tep Ek aka Preah In Sakkatevareach.

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    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).

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    [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!

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    [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 :)

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    [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]
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    #334672
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    Preah Beida God Tep Ek has not been just well respected. He also is the most powerful.

    In my personal case, matters such as Panha Nhean, Divine Eyes and enlightenment happened following His hands-on involvement.

    In yoga and tantra, divine involvement request or reference is part of the procedure for a yogi or tantrika. Many yogi and tantrika would never gone anywhere close to enlightenment.

    In my personal case, though I have been aware of yoga,tantra and their process, I have not attempted any formal meditation yet. I have not tried to put in practice my God Mother/ Preah Karl meditation recitation yet (She gave me mantra to recite in meditation for enlightenment).

    The lights I have witnessed have been actually a tean/ dana from the top Neak Mean Bonn/ Preah Beida God Tep Ek.

    This is what I mean when I commented on a KC thread earlier. I wrote without comment that for those who seek enlightenment, I see no reason to go against God.

    While yogi and tantrika beg for enlightenment from Preah Karl aka Kali…, the top Neak Mean Bonn, Preah Beida Tep Ek, and also my Divine Father Preah Maha Prum/ Preah Beida Mokot Pich have proved to me personally that they could facilitate the very dear enlightenment (dear, because countless people I know wish they would reach enlightenment which Buddha got).

    The top Neak Mean Bonn could very well control the enlightenment and perhaps created it too!!!

    #334681
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    While I have not tried yoga or tantra methods of meditation for enlightenment, I have gone through similar procedure.

    Yogi ot tantrika normally work on their physical body such different yoga methods with which chakras, blood and air flows are being worked out. In my case, the physical path is called Nokor Kay (the body world) in which as many as 136 Devadas work on straightening my body components (perhaps chakras, flows etc).

    While yogi and tantrika work on meditation, I also have done it too. From my understanding, my meditation method is not the same as Buddha’s, yogi’s or tantrika’s. My meditation and enlightenment ways are of Neak Mean Bonn’s methods.

    The divine way has proved to work for me, at least up to now. I was told though that a lot more lights, vision and Panha are on the way.

    :) :) :)

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Preah Beida God Tep Ek has not been just well respected. He also is the most powerful.

    In my personal case, matters such as Panha Nhean, Divine Eyes and enlightenment happened following His hands-on involvement.

    In yoga and tantra, divine involvement request or reference is part of the procedure for a yogi or tantrika. Many yogi and tantrika would never gone anywhere close to enlightenment.

    In my personal case, though I have been aware of yoga,tantra and their process, I have not attempted any formal meditation yet. I have not tried to put in practice my God Mother/ Preah Karl meditation recitation yet (She gave me mantra to recite in meditation for enlightenment).

    The lights I have witnessed have been actually a tean/ dana from the top Neak Mean Bonn/ Preah Beida God Tep Ek.

    This is what I mean when I commented on a KC thread earlier. I wrote without explanation that for those who seek enlightenment, I see no reason to go against God.

    While yogi and tantrika beg for enlightenment from Preah Karl aka Kali…, the top Neak Mean Bonn, Preah Beida Tep Ek, and also my Divine Father Preah Maha Prum/ Preah Beida Mokot Pich have proved to me personally that they could facilitate the very dear enlightenment. (dear, because countless people I know wish they would reach enlightenment which Buddha got).

    The top Neak Mean Bonn could very well control the enlightenment and perhaps created it too!!!

    [Message last modified 02-09-2011 12:50am by veayoo]

    #334690
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    A few words about Khmer Vipassana.

    When I finished reading the 3 volumes of Khmer Vipassana by Rev Bun Thoeurn several years ago, I was about to throw the books away as I saw no essence or way in getting to enlightenment. Of course, if one does it for ions of lives, one may get somewhere, who knows?

    The Vipassana way is to hold on to the 5, 8, 10… precepts/ Seilas etc.

    Personally, I have seen Buddhist monks do so all their lives. They went no where close to enlightenment, but gotten old and gone.

    From my reading, I got to learn that yogis and tantrikas got enlightened here and there. In the contrary, I have not come across any news that Vipassana meditator got anything yet.

    Personally for me, the Neak Mean Bonn way has proven the best. God could help me to get the dear and fantastic enlightenment.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    While I have not tried yoga or tantra methods of meditation for enlightenment, I have gone through similar procedure.

    Yogi ot tantrika normally work on their physical body such different yoga methods with which chakras, blood and air flows are being worked out. In my case, the physical path is called Nokor Kay (the body world) in which as many as 136 Devadas work on straightening my body components (perhaps chakras, flows etc).

    While yogi and tantrika work on meditation, I also have done it too. From my understanding, my meditation method is not the same as Buddha’s, yogi’s or tantrika’s. My meditation and enlightenment ways are of Neak Mean Bonn’s methods.

    The divine way has proved to work for me, at least up to now. I was told though that a lot more lights, vision and Panha are on the way.

    :) :) :)

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    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Preah Beida God Tep Ek has not been just well respected. He also is the most powerful.

    In my personal case, matters such as Panha Nhean, Divine Eyes and enlightenment happened following His hands-on involvement.

    In yoga and tantra, divine involvement request or reference is part of the procedure for a yogi or tantrika. Many yogi and tantrika would never gone anywhere close to enlightenment.

    In my personal case, though I have been aware of yoga,tantra and their process, I have not attempted any formal meditation yet. I have not tried to put in practice my God Mother/ Preah Karl meditation recitation yet (She gave me mantra to recite in meditation for enlightenment).

    The lights I have witnessed have been actually a tean/ dana from the top Neak Mean Bonn/ Preah Beida God Tep Ek.

    This is what I mean when I commented on a KC thread earlier. I wrote without explanation that for those who seek enlightenment, I see no reason to go against God.

    While yogi and tantrika beg for enlightenment from Preah Karl aka Kali…, the top Neak Mean Bonn, Preah Beida Tep Ek, and also my Divine Father Preah Maha Prum/ Preah Beida Mokot Pich have proved to me personally that they could facilitate the very dear enlightenment. (dear, because countless people I know wish they would reach enlightenment which Buddha got).

    The top Neak Mean Bonn could very well control the enlightenment and perhaps created it too!!!

    [Message last modified 02-09-2011 12:50am by veayoo][/quote]

    #334700
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    Prior to Preah Beida God Tep Ek involvement, my Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean attempts did not go anywhere despite borameys promises.

    I was wondering then whether the attempts would go anywhere.

    As He started to involve, Preah Beida God Tep Ek commented that these matters of Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean are not easy to do. For me, I noted that He never said He could not do it (He only said that they are hard to do).

    While I have no scientific proof humans always wish for, I know that lights of the enlightenment (Divine Eyes and Panha Nhean) have come to me. It also seems that more and more light keep coming as told.

    I am glad that my attempts finally got somewhere. In addition to the fact that I am happy to see the light, this positive result keeps my relation with borameys in positive notes.

    I wrote that I adhere to the truth and wish that everybody else around me stay that way too. If I was told that I’ll reach Divine Vision and Panha Nhean and those would not happen, the tellers would have problem with my priciple in truth. We would then argue or, at a minimum, talk tough.

    Personally, I do my tasks and borameys do theirs. We keep our words and commitment. I try to avoid arguments. Just deliver your promises and we’ll go along fine. Hee hee.

    :) :) :)

    #334709
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    In my personal case, God does have influence, if not control, over enlightenment.

    He created, maintain and will destroy the world.

    #334718
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    “Of those, right view is the forerunner. And how is right view the forerunner? One discerns wrong speech as wrong speech, and right speech as right speech. And what is wrong speech? Lying, divisive tale-bearing, abusive speech, & idle chatter. This is wrong speech.

    “And what is right speech? Right speech, I tell you, is of two sorts: There is right speech with effluents, siding with merit, resulting in the acquisitions [of becoming]; and there is noble right speech, without effluents, transcendent, a factor of the path.

    “And what is the right speech that has effluents, sides with merit, & results in acquisitions? Abstaining from lying, from divisive tale-bearing, from abusive speech, & from idle chatter. This is the right speech that has effluents, sides with merit, & results in acquisitions.

    “And what is the right speech that is without effluents, transcendent, a factor of the path? The abstaining, desisting, abstinence, avoidance of the four forms of verbal misconduct of one developing the noble path whose mind is noble, whose mind is without effluents, who is fully possessed of the noble path. This is the right speech that is without effluents, transcendent, a factor of the path.

    “One tries to abandon wrong speech & to enter into right speech: This is one’s right effort. One is mindful to abandon wrong speech & to enter & remain in right speech: This is one’s right mindfulness. Thus these three qualities — right view, right effort, & right mindfulness — run & circle around right speech.

    Maha-cattarisaka Sutta: The Great Forty

    #334727
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    Since His involvement, my relationship with the top Neak Mean Bonn has been great. He has showed great paternal care.

    I have been able to invite Him to involve in many important events such as weddings.

    In traditional weddings, upon my invitation, he enjoyed showing up at the Khmer Hair Cut, Kat Sak, ceremonies.

    In the Hair Cut ceremonies, the heaven gold and silver scissors and comb are said to borrow from heavens, Devadas and Preah In Sakkatevareach…

    As He was personally present with the heaven gold and silver scissors and comb, I never could hold my tears. His presence and love were just so much for a person like me to stay calm.

    At the last Hair Cut, he was asked that scissors were not of gold or silver, but metallic. He answered: stupid you! the heaven gold and silver scissors are covered with metal!!

    #334736
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    In every Hair Cut ceremony He came, He had very good time. I was glad He enjoyed my invitation.

    He also was a great entertainer. I always had good time with His presence.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Since His involvement, my relationship with the top Neak Mean Bonn has been great. He has showed great paternal care.

    I have been able to invite Him to involve in many important events such as weddings.

    In traditional weddings, upon my invitation, he enjoyed showing up at the Khmer Hair Cut, Kat Sak, ceremonies.

    In the Hair Cut ceremonies, the heaven gold and silver scissors and comb are said to borrow from heavens, Devadas and Preah In Sakkatevareach…

    As He was personally present with the heaven gold and silver scissors and comb, I never could hold my tears. His presence and love were just so much for a person like me to stay calm.

    At the last Hair Cut, he was asked that scissors were not of gold or silver, but metallic. He answered: stupid you! the heaven gold and silver scissors are covered with metal!!

    #334744
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    At the last Hair Cut ceremony, Preah In Sakkatevareach came into regular human beings, not Roop/ Rup.

    Many borameys needed a Roop as a medium to communicate with humans. Preah In Sakkatevareach just came into anyone or people He wished.

    At that last Hair Cut ceremony, He first came into a male traditional music singer. He sang lovely Sarika Keo verses. At the end of the song, he said He would come into another male singer/ dancer and comedian.

    A few minutes after He said so, a comedian dressed like Indian appeared and sang Hindi (may be Hindi and Khmer). The comedian song, dance and jokes stunned everyone including his traditional music team that has been with him for a long time. No one ever saw this comedian acting so original and great.

    I knew that my Divine Father, Preah In Sakkatevareach, was in the comedian because I invited Him. He also said earlier that He would come into another man.

    My Uppachar, teacher assistant who is also a Roop, standing nearby, said He told her the same thing earlier. He told her that he would come into music people.

    My Uppachar also said the lady singer/ dancer/ comedian who accompanied Him then had Preah Neang Rumsay Sak boramey in her as well. Preah Neang Rumsay Sak was my sister in one life.

    Preah Beida God Tep Ek showed me that He could get into anyone body, not necessarily into a Roop. He is just more powerful than many borameys. He is the top Neak Mean Bonn, God.

    #334753
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    As I could get Him to come when I need to, our communication has gotten better.

    Things did not always go that smooth. At one point, one thing did not turn the way He said. The result was the opposite.

    When we met, I asked Him why. He said one Boramey caused trouble and that was why his telling did not go as He saw.

    I then asked Him that if He is the most powerful, why an unimportant Boramey could override what He saw.

    I actually got on Him about the truth, and nothing but the truth.

    He then promised me to straight what happened. He promised me that the matter will change to His original telling.

    I am still waiting to verify that as the matter concerns me personally.

    Other Borameys said He did not try to correct the telling Himself, but had other subordinate borameys doing it on His behalf.

    This shows my strong truth position even with Borameys and the top Neak Mean Bonn. I love and respect my God Father, but I only go by the truth: walk the talk.

    My God Father and borameys appear to respect my truth stand as well. After all, nothing could get done if we all just lie.

    As they want me to help out with the Divine initiatives and plans, I need to go by what I know best. The truth way.

    #334762
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    The matter that Preah Beida God Tep Ek promised to straight up is a civil court battle which went to Appeal. Normally, it would take quite a bit to overturn lower court decision.

    During my session with Him at the end of December of 2010 when He said that He visit me in the US and provided the first enlightenment, He exclaimed that Athireach is under Mahareach.

    The exclaimation means that the USA and Christianity (Athireach) are beneath Him (Mahareach). He is the King to all Devadas, Humans and religions.

    He meant He can order things in the USA as in anywhere else.

    #334770
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    Once again, I think another Panha Nhean light came to me. I tested and verified it.

    I have “mastered” Korean language also.

    I tried to learn Korean language on my own, on and off, for about 5 months. In the past month, I took formal Korean class for one hour per day. With one month of formal classroom, I am still not able to read all consonnants and words correctly yet.

    However, I can make sense of Korean language now. I can read Korean language newspapers and make sense of the articles. Though I have not done so, from past experience, I should be able to compose a simple Korean paper or speech.

    While I am no way an expert in Korean language, I am very glad that I can make sense of it.

    Divine Panha Nhean is just fantastic!!

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    While I write up the Dharma Tean postings and refer many times to Divine Panha Nhean, a new light came to me two days ago. The new light was about Japanese language comprehension.

    I started walking into Japanese language on my own roughly for 3 months. Following that, in this past month, I took my first formal Japanese language class in which I started learning from scratch Japanese vowels and consonants (Hiragana and Katakana).
    While I have not been able to remember all the 140+ vowels and consonants yet, two days ago, as I researched into the language, a confidence came to me. I can work with Japanese language fine now!

    I can make sense of Japanese text in Hiragana, Katakana and even the Kanji (Chinese characters that I have not attempted to learn yet). I can translate Japanese to English and vice versa AND make sense of it fine. Furthermore, I can write up speech or articles in Japanese (with minor grammatical error here and there of course, as in broken Japanese). If I need to make speech or talk in Japanese only now, I can read from my own script.

    I know I am not (and never will be) an expert in Japanese language at all. Being such expert is not my goal. Also, I know it will take time to perfect such skill.
    Having been able to make sense of newspaper articles, texts and letters etc has been a surprise stun even to myself.

    As in the past, I credit this quick pick up (intelligence) to Divine Panha Nhean. With this kind of result, I do not care whether anyone believes in Panha Nhean or not. I just take it wholeheartedly, confidentially knowing that for anything else that I will need to learn or pick, I will do fine.

    The Divine Panha Nhean allows me to “master” a skill in days and months while others need years or lifetimes!

    :) :) :)

    #334779
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    My foreign language “mastery” is actually limited to some understanding, mainly in the reading comprehension and basic writing. I still get to keep learning, especially in the listening and speaking aspects.

    Most people understand that there is no end to learning. I still keep learning Khmer/ Pali words as well as English and French…

    Personally though, I feel satisfied being able to make sense of a foreign language when I need to. This ability allows me to perhaps employ expert in any of these languages and cultures better.

    When the Oudom Mohanokor will need to communicate with a variety of nations, languages, religions and cultures, I firmly believe I’m set to go. Hah hah.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    Once again, I think another Panha Nhean light came to me. I tested and verified it.

    I have “mastered” Korean language also.

    I tried to learn Korean language on my own, on and off, for about 5 months. In the past month, I took formal Korean class for one hour per day. With one month of formal classroom, I am still not able to read all consonnants and words correctly yet.

    However, I can make sense of Korean language now. I can read Korean language newspapers and make sense of the articles. Though I have not done so, from past experience, I should be able to compose a simple Korean paper or speech.

    While I am no way an expert in Korean language, I am very glad that I can make sense of it.

    Divine Panha Nhean is just fantastic!!

    **

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

    While I write up the Dharma Tean postings and refer many times to Divine Panha Nhean, a new light came to me two days ago. The new light was about Japanese language comprehension.

    I started walking into Japanese language on my own roughly for 3 months. Following that, in this past month, I took my first formal Japanese language class in which I started learning from scratch Japanese vowels and consonants (Hiragana and Katakana).
    While I have not been able to remember all the 140+ vowels and consonants yet, two days ago, as I researched into the language, a confidence came to me. I can work with Japanese language fine now!

    I can make sense of Japanese text in Hiragana, Katakana and even the Kanji (Chinese characters that I have not attempted to learn yet). I can translate Japanese to English and vice versa AND make sense of it fine. Furthermore, I can write up speech or articles in Japanese (with minor grammatical error here and there of course, as in broken Japanese). If I need to make speech or talk in Japanese only now, I can read from my own script.

    I know I am not (and never will be) an expert in Japanese language at all. Being such expert is not my goal. Also, I know it will take time to perfect such skill.
    Having been able to make sense of newspaper articles, texts and letters etc has been a surprise stun even to myself.

    As in the past, I credit this quick pick up (intelligence) to Divine Panha Nhean. With this kind of result, I do not care whether anyone believes in Panha Nhean or not. I just take it wholeheartedly, confidentially knowing that for anything else that I will need to learn or pick, I will do fine.

    The Divine Panha Nhean allows me to “master” a skill in days and months while others need years or lifetimes!

    :) :) :)

    [/quote]

    #334788
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    As much as I intuitively can tell, I was led to learn all these Asian languages.

    When I was younger, knowing 10 languages were not that important. Human languages were no big deal to me.

    I was occupied with learning things that most everybody else had a hard time with. For instance, when I started majoring in computer science, it was a myth in Cambodia. We, Cambodians, then heard of computer, but never saw one. It was a complicated major that Cambodians told each other.

    As I had to start college all over in the US, for lack of written college proofs destroyed by Pol Pot, I decided to face the complicated computer sciences. I made through it fine and managed to be a top 10 best paid professional in the US at one time. I had no problem dealing with Apple, Mac, PC, Tandem or IBM mainframe. I could make them communicate and work with each other fine (presently, the matter gets more common).

    With foreign languages learning, over a month ago, I asked Preah Beida Mokot Pich of what would be next for me. He said I will learn Sampagne, an ancient Khmer language still used by Borameys.

    I was told that Sampagne language comprises of Khmer, Hindi, Chinese, Thai, Cham, Khmer Phnong, English… There are at least 12 human languages in Sampagne.

    When I asked questions apparently required specific answers, Borameys asked their peers their questions in Sampagne right in front of me. I have had to wait for Boramey translation. For instance, when I asked where my natural mother soul is, a Boramey had to send his question to the King of Death/ Machureach bookkeeper who then replied instantly with the answer.

    If I am not wrong again, one day after I’ll be able to communicate in Sampagne, I would be able to direct my question straight to hells, heavens or the King of death staff.

    Sampagne is a too old language for human history to have any record with. I am looking forward to the Sampagne language taste.

    In this near future, I hope I’ll “master” Russian and Hindi, the two foreign languages I have not pushed far enough yet.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    My foreign language “mastery” is actually limited to some understanding, mainly in the reading comprehension and basic writing. I still get to keep learning, especially in the listening and speaking aspects.

    Most people understand that there is no end to learning. I still keep learning Khmer/ Pali words as well as English and French…

    Personally though, I feel satisfied being able to make sense of a foreign language when I need to. This ability allows me to perhaps employ expert in any of these languages and cultures better.

    When the Oudom Mohanokor will need to communicate with a variety of nations, languages, religions and cultures, I firmly believe I’m set to go. Hah hah.

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

    Once again, I think another Panha Nhean light came to me. I tested and verified it.

    I have “mastered” Korean language also.

    I tried to learn Korean language on my own, on and off, for about 5 months. In the past month, I took formal Korean class for one hour per day. With one month of formal classroom, I am still not able to read all consonnants and words correctly yet.

    However, I can make sense of Korean language now. I can read Korean language newspapers and make sense of the articles. Though I have not done so, from past experience, I should be able to compose a simple Korean paper or speech.

    While I am no way an expert in Korean language, I am very glad that I can make sense of it.

    Divine Panha Nhean is just fantastic!!

    **

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

    While I write up the Dharma Tean postings and refer many times to Divine Panha Nhean, a new light came to me two days ago. The new light was about Japanese language comprehension.

    I started walking into Japanese language on my own roughly for 3 months. Following that, in this past month, I took my first formal Japanese language class in which I started learning from scratch Japanese vowels and consonants (Hiragana and Katakana).
    While I have not been able to remember all the 140+ vowels and consonants yet, two days ago, as I researched into the language, a confidence came to me. I can work with Japanese language fine now!

    I can make sense of Japanese text in Hiragana, Katakana and even the Kanji (Chinese characters that I have not attempted to learn yet). I can translate Japanese to English and vice versa AND make sense of it fine. Furthermore, I can write up speech or articles in Japanese (with minor grammatical error here and there of course, as in broken Japanese). If I need to make speech or talk in Japanese only now, I can read from my own script.

    I know I am not (and never will be) an expert in Japanese language at all. Being such expert is not my goal. Also, I know it will take time to perfect such skill.
    Having been able to make sense of newspaper articles, texts and letters etc has been a surprise stun even to myself.

    As in the past, I credit this quick pick up (intelligence) to Divine Panha Nhean. With this kind of result, I do not care whether anyone believes in Panha Nhean or not. I just take it wholeheartedly, confidentially knowing that for anything else that I will need to learn or pick, I will do fine.

    The Divine Panha Nhean allows me to “master” a skill in days and months while others need years or lifetimes!

    :) :) :)

    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334798
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Dharma Tean for me is more spiritual than power.

    I made clear that I am not interested in politics or military. This means that I will not spend my time in power or military.

    If or when I’ll have to involve personally, there will be a Hun Sen or an equivalent. There will also be somebody who will be in charge of military.

    I will pass on the Dharma Tean, the ways/ laws or formula shined from the Big Guys, to them and those who do not know the right Dharma Tean.

    I made clear that I do this for my own merits, my Sampeay Bonn!!

    As far as I know, I have had enough Bonn/ merits for a next long life in the highest heaven, God’s abode/ the 57th highest plane. There will never be enough merits for me. Whether anyone likes it or not, that the way I do and live for.

    Above all, Dharma is the most noble way for me.

    :)

    [Message last modified 02-14-2011 04:37am by veayoo]

    #334807
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    veayoo
    Participant

    There were concerns, my own and readers’, about what would happen if the Dharma Tean would not be listened and adopted.

    To me, I would not personally punish anyone for not listening or executing Dharma Tean, as I’ll hold no political power nor military force! Somebody else would take care of such problem.

    Among the somebody else, I was told, would be a prime minister who supposedly will have ability to understand divine direction while leading the operations.

    But the most important care takin resides in Divine Intervention. Preah Beida God Tep Ek/ Preah In Sakkatevareach and Preah Beida Mokot Pich will stay involve even after the Oudom Mahanokor officially start. They will not just leave after a dramatic start. They said so clearly replying to my concern.

    God and Borameys will play important role in overseeing their Divine project, the Oudom Mahanokor which is a Dharma Tean execution.

    While doubts always exist in our human mind, a comforting component of the project is that the Project Director was an Ancient Oudom Mahanokor emperor. He was there and done that. He successful experienced with Mahanokor matter. With that empire building and leadership experience along with title and status as Preah Maha Prum, and with full support from God, I don’t believe I could find any better team leader on earth.

    #334817
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    With Divine Intervention, divine judgement would be tougher. Gods and Borameys, the main project sponsor and supervisors, would keep close eyes on any corrupted top officials.

    Not to long ago, a Boramey shot a corrupted official helicopter down for not abiding by his sworn oats at Preasat Teva Vinichhay. I witnessed events such as Koh Pich tragedy and more…

    Punishment for not listening and excuting Dharma Tean would be tough and up to the mighty invisible forces.

    After all, this is Divine Intervention time! I read somewhere decades ago that only people with Dharma would survive. For Buddhists, the moto Buddhang, Dharmang and Sanghang should be kept alive along with the Dharma Tean in Oudom Mohanokor time.

    #334825
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    While I keep forgetting my Sampeay Bonn caliber, I have been told over and over again that I am a Neak Mean Bonn.

    The first time I heard that word was over 33 years ago. I was too busy making a living then and did not have a chance to explore the telling.

    The top Neak Mean Bonn, Preah Beida God Tep Ek, confirmed the telling and also said that He has watched over me all along since I came to this life. With the watching and care, He planned to have me working with other Neak Mean Bonns and Borameys in the Oudom Mahanokor Divine Intervention.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    Dharma Tean for me is more spiritual than power.

    I made clear that I am not interested in politics or military. This means that I will not spend my time in power or military.

    If or when I’ll have to involve personally, there will be a Hun Sen or an equivalent. There will also be somebody who will be in charge of military.

    I will pass on the Dharma Tean, the ways/ laws or formula shined from the Big Guys, to them and those who do not know the right Dharma Tean.

    I made clear that I do this for my own merits, my Sampeay Bonn!!

    As far as I know, I have had enough Bonn/ merits for a next long life in the highest heaven, God’s abode/ the 57th highest plane. There will never be enough merits for me. Whether anyone likes it or not, that the way I do and live for.

    Above all, Dharma is the most noble way for me.

    :)

    [Message last modified 02-14-2011 04:37am by veayoo]

    #334835
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    While many ill educated Buddhists usually and categorically discard Neak Mean Bonn and God existence, my experience with Neak Mean Bonns shows that they also are Buddhist themselves.

    Many of their mantras contain the actual words of Buddhang, Dharmang, Sanghang… etc. If they have nothing to do with Buddhism, why do they recite those mantras?

    If they were against Buddhism, they could very well have their mantras in any language and not referring to Buddha, Dharma and Sangha which are the three motos of Buddhism

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    With Divine Intervention, divine judgement would be tougher. Gods and Borameys, the main project sponsor and supervisors, would keep close eyes on any corrupted top officials.

    Not to long ago, a Boramey shot a corrupted official helicopter down for not abiding by his sworn oats at Preasat Teva Vinichhay. I witnessed events such as Koh Pich tragedy and more….

    **

    Punishment for not listening and excuting Dharma Tean would be tough and up to the mighty invisible forces.

    After all, this is Divine Intervention time! I read somewhere decades ago that only people with Dharma would survive. For Buddhists, the moto Buddhang, Dharmang and Sanghang should be kept alive along with the Dharma Tean in Oudom Mohanokor time.

    #334844
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    In fact, the Buddha that I met, Preah Samanak Kodom, belongs to Neak Mean Bonn family. He is one of the seven Neak Mean Bonn Brothers (Jesus Christ included).

    The Neak Mean Bonn family was known as the Khattiya family or Preah family. This is the family that Lok Yeay Mao in Pich Nil referred to a few years ago as she started to educate me of the Preah family.

    #334855
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    veayoo
    Participant

    My explanation of the concept of ill-educated Buddhists starts with three reasons.

    1. Personally, Preah Samanak Kodom told me face to face that He did not go to Nirvana as taught in the accepted Buddhism which comprises of books writen by His students who did not get the concept of nirvana right.

    Preah Samanak Kodom said only God, Preah Beida Tep Ek, is in nirvana.

    By “accepted Buddhism”, I mean generally accepted Buddhism as taught and known.

    2. According to accepted Buddhism, which comprises of Buddhist books, Buddha never talked about God.

    When asked what He knew of God, His answer was: why wasting your time asking and talking about such thing that is beyond your control!

    According to the above citation, Buddha never denied nor commented about God matters. His teaching concentrated on other things not related to God.

    3. While making no comment on God, Buddha reference was to Preah In Sakkatevareach who, through my research, turns out to be Preah Beida tep Ek/ the One and Only God.

    Personally, face to face, Preah Samanak Kodom said that He has close tie with God. Many Borameys even said that Buddha was a reincarnation of God (same deal as with Jesus Christ).

    Based on my personal Preah encounters and experience, “accepted Buddhists” who are ill-educated, that never got taught about God, misunderstand God/ Preah Beida Tep Ek.

    The fact that Buddha never talked about God does not mean that God did not exist. Buddhists who categorically deny God are ill-educated, thus need to open their horizon and contemplate the One who created, maintain and will destroy the world. Inadequately educated is a serious/ heavy Avija.

    In Dharma Tean and Oudom Mahanokor Divine project, it would be helpful to all to be ready to understand the One who is ready to deliver new good deeds/ merits that aim for peace and prosperity for all. Divine Intervention does not happen all the time. Once it happens, it is wise to take it smartly.

    **

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    While many ill educated Buddhists usually and categorically discard Neak Mean Bonn and God existence, my experience with Neak Mean Bonns shows that they also are Buddhist themselves.

    Many of their mantras contain the actual words of Buddhang, Dharmang, Sanghang… etc. If they have nothing to do with Buddhism, why do they recite those mantras?

    If they were against Buddhism, they could very well have their mantras in any language and not referring to Buddha, Dharma and Sangha which are the three motos of Buddhism

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

    With Divine Intervention, divine judgement would be tougher. Gods and Borameys, the main project sponsor and supervisors, would keep close eyes on any corrupted top officials.

    Not to long ago, a Boramey shot a corrupted official helicopter down for not abiding by his sworn oats at Preasat Teva Vinichhay. I witnessed events such as Koh Pich tragedy and more….

    **

    Punishment for not listening and excuting Dharma Tean would be tough and up to the mighty invisible forces.

    After all, this is Divine Intervention time! I read somewhere decades ago that only people with Dharma would survive. For Buddhists, the moto Buddhang, Dharmang and Sanghang should be kept alive along with the Dharma Tean in Oudom Mohanokor time.

    [/quote]

    #334864
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    A few KC friends saw benefits from my discovery. For those who have not yet, here is a potential practical benefit.

    Many world religions have caused tension among believers. Christians hate Buddhists, Muslims, Hindus etc and vice versa.

    As we know now that we all have a common God (with different names, while we have different religion leaders, we at least have something in common on the top of all branches, God. This commonality, if people ever get it, could be a common reason to be less antagonistic when it comes to cooperating and living together peacefully in this world. Peace means stability which is an environment needed for reducing poverty, thus prosperity.

    The common God discovery, part of the Divine Panha Nhean, was provided to me probably as part of the Dharma Tean which will translate to peace and prosperity for Cambodia, this region and the whole world.

    ***

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    My explanation of the concept of ill-educated Buddhists starts with three reasons.

    1. Personally, Preah Samanak Kodom told me face to face that He did not go to Nirvana as taught in the accepted Buddhism which comprises of books writen by His students who did not get the concept of nirvana right.

    Preah Samanak Kodom said only God, Preah Beida Tep Ek, is in nirvana.

    By “accepted Buddhism”, I mean generally accepted Buddhism as taught and known.

    2. According to accepted Buddhism, which comprises of Buddhist books, Buddha never talked about God.

    When asked what He knew of God, His answer was: why wasting your time asking and talking about such thing that is beyond your control!

    According to the above citation, Buddha never denied nor commented about God matters. His teaching concentrated on other things not related to God.

    3. While making no comment on God, Buddha reference was to Preah In Sakkatevareach who, through my research, turns out to be Preah Beida tep Ek/ the One and Only God.

    Personally, face to face, Preah Samanak Kodom said that He has close tie with God. Many Borameys even said that Buddha was a reincarnation of God (same deal as with Jesus Christ).

    Based on my personal Preah encounters and experience, “accepted Buddhists” who are ill-educated, that never got taught about God, misunderstand God/ Preah Beida Tep Ek.

    The fact that Buddha never talked about God does not mean that God did not exist. Buddhists who categorically deny God are ill-educated, thus need to open their horizon and contemplate the One who created, maintain and will destroy the world. Inadequately educated is a serious/ heavy Avija.

    In Dharma Tean and Oudom Mahanokor Divine project, it would be helpful to all to be ready to understand the One who is ready to deliver new good deeds/ merits that aim for peace and prosperity for all. Divine Intervention does not happen all the time. Once it happens, it is wise to take it smartly.

    **

    [quote]
    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    While many ill educated Buddhists usually and categorically discard Neak Mean Bonn and God existence, my experience with Neak Mean Bonns shows that they also are Buddhist themselves.

    Many of their mantras contain the actual words of Buddhang, Dharmang, Sanghang… etc. If they have nothing to do with Buddhism, why do they recite those mantras?

    If they were against Buddhism, they could very well have their mantras in any language and not referring to Buddha, Dharma and Sangha which are the three motos of Buddhism

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

    With Divine Intervention, divine judgement would be tougher. Gods and Borameys, the main project sponsor and supervisors, would keep close eyes on any corrupted top officials.

    Not to long ago, a Boramey shot a corrupted official helicopter down for not abiding by his sworn oats at Preasat Teva Vinichhay. I witnessed events such as Koh Pich tragedy and more….

    **

    Punishment for not listening and excuting Dharma Tean would be tough and up to the mighty invisible forces.

    After all, this is Divine Intervention time! I read somewhere decades ago that only people with Dharma would survive. For Buddhists, the moto Buddhang, Dharmang and Sanghang should be kept alive along with the Dharma Tean in Oudom Mohanokor time.

    [/quote]
    [/quote]

    #334874
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Many Buddhists heard of the next Buddhism era, Preah Sea Metrey who will succeed Preah Samanak Kodom (present Buddhism era).

    In person, face to face, Preah Sea Metrey who is still waiting for his time said that his Buddhism will not be like present accepted Buddhism.

    He also said that in his era, the world will have only one religion, his Buddhism.

    Preah Sea Metrey talked about Preah Beida Tep Ek who is His top Brother, in the Preah family. He means that God exists.

    The God even put Him to Badal layer (underground) at one time. He used His mantra that He taught me to get out of that underground world.

    Preah Sea Metrey did not just talk about God. He actually dealt with God punishment successfully using His own power He said.

    From my research and discovery, Preah Sea Metrey era would be similar to what I have written. Preah Sea Metrey Buddhism will be under God who is the world common denominator. The common denominator would allow Him to lead the world religiously (one common religion).

    While waiting for Preah Sea Metrey era, Buddhists could start to understand Buddhism which surely, according to my finding, has something to do with God (Preah Beida God Tep Ek).

    #334884
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Besides being pro-God and a Preah family member as well as waiting for His Buddhism era to begin, Preah Sea Metrey has been a main Boramey for the Oudom Mahanokor. I was told to contact Him and I have seen Him several times.

    Furthermore, I was told recently that He will be the One who will put together the next leaders for the Oudom Mahanokor. I also was told of the main players as well.

    #334894
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    As I indicated, Neak Mean Bonns, under supervision of Preah beida God Tek Ek, already started their preliminary Divine Intervention ans Oudom mahanokor works a few years ago.

    Preliminary means preparation of the actual Divine Intervention project that they plan to involve me personally.

    The following article in Bangkok Post cites thoughts and opinions of Thai and Singaporian about Cambodia/ Thailand conflict as related to Asean as well as the United Nations.

    The thoughts and opinions are along the line of the Oudom Mahanokor intiatives.

    If Asean succeeds in preventing wars between neighboring countries, it could be a candidate form of a Mahanokor. From the candidacy state, it could be much better with open and direct intervention by the Neak Mean Bonns.

    When talking about an Empire/ Mahanokor, people get used to a large country composed of many small ones with rigid boundaries.

    In today era, a Mahanokor may not be like one that people are used to. A Mahanokor could be a collective of states living peacefully and working for a common goal of prosperity and happiness.

    As I read the thoughts and opinions in this article, I wonder whether they are products of Divine Intervention in the Oudom Mahanokor initiatives.

    While I will need to check out my wonder later, I strongly think that the opinions and thoughts were result of Divine Intervention.

    I witnessed how well Borameys turned people mentality, thoughts and opinions in a personal case of mine. Borameys were very powerful in the mental matters. They proved it to me already.

    **

    The following excerpt is from Bangkok Post:

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/223012/nothing-bilateral-about-border-negotiations

    **


    The current dispute has something to do with the political relations between the two capitals. If Thailand had good relations with Cambodia, it would not have faced such a fierce confrontation as this. To defuse the crisis, ties between two countries should be revived and that would be the first step to find a way out of the land border dispute and benefit people living along both sides of the border, including the tourism industry which could link Preah Vihear with other heritage sites in Cambodia and southern Laos.

    In the next four years, Asean countries are to become a single economic bloc, with the idea that borders will become less significant. Thus there is no point in waging a war, according to Mr Surachart. The borderline has sovereignty implications but “whether it would really matter to people’s lives especially when countries will become one Asean community?” Mr Surachart wondered.

    Thongchai Winijakul, author of Siam Mapped, agrees with Mr Surachart that the border dispute stems from Thailand’s relations with Cambodia in the modern era, when the borderline is used to separate one country from another.

    The creation of borderlines in the modern day contributes to the problem and these lines do not fit in with the relations of people and ancient states that are based on their cultures. For instance, many people in this region live by the river and both sides of the river are the same community. However, the modern boundary line drawn by Western countries uses the middle of the river and thus cuts through the community.

    The conflict is also fuelled by the pride of Thais who still feel that Thailand once was a dominant state in the region, whose land was colonised and taken away by the British and French in the old days. According to Mr Thongchai, that is a false perception which arouses sentiments of nationalism. Once the country’s status is threatened, as in the case of this dispute with Cambodia, the Thai people feel that their pride has been challenged, Mr Thongchai said.

    “The sense of loss of our land has played a major role in building up Thailand. But it is a false sense which is not based on historical facts,” said Mr Thongchai, who is a research fellow at the National University of Singapore.

    “The border conflict is a problem of modern times, but we tend to apply our sense of the past to this modern problem. If we think like this, we will have a problem around Thailand. And if we want to fight, we will have to fight everywhere. But if we don’t want to fight, then let the facts prevail and allow good relations to take their course,” he added.

    [Message last modified 02-23-2011 11:02pm by veayoo]

    #334903
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    veayoo
    Participant

    Divine Preliminary work is a preparation phase done by Borameys for the stablishment of the Oudom Mahanokor otherwise known in Buddah Tumneay as Nokor Vongkot Borei.

    To my knowledge, the preliminary work of the Oudom Mahanokor has a timeline that was revealed to me. I rather not talk about the told time and date as I do not like to pressure Borameys for their already very hard work. I am allowing them to prove their tellings and promises with actual results, the deliverables.

    The top Neak Mean Bonn, God, told me personally that I was planned to be part of this. I was made to be part of the Divine Intervention and the Oudom Mahanokor. I was born with cosmic wonders. I was led to study and look for formulas for human peace and prosperity. I was led to study and live in the US. I also was led to come back to Cambodia to assist in implementing the Dharma Tean and the Oudom Mahanokor.

    While I had fun with state of-the-art technologies such as architecting strategy for the best information computing and with more graduate work in Management Information Technologies, I am having fun to be of service for free writing up these KC articles. These new fun works are actually more noble.

    The divinely noble works, I believe, will allow me to collect more merits/ Bonns. They will make my Sampeay Bonn larger. If I’ll ever succeed in helping put away wars, thus save millions of lives, I surely should collect large merits.

    In addition, if I’ll succeed in putting away starvation and extreme poverty, and help people live peacefully with prosperity, I believe I should also end up with large merits for my Sampeay Bonn.

    After all, the top Neak Mean Bonn, God, loves me and keeps loving me as He planned these involvement for me. He is my top Neak Mean Bonn dad.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    As I indicated, Neak Mean Bonns, under supervision of Preah beida God Tek Ek, already started their preliminary Divine Intervention ans Oudom mahanokor works a few years ago.

    Preliminary means preparation of the actual Divine Intervention project that they plan to involve me personally.

    The following article in Bangkok Post cites thoughts and opinions of Thai and Singaporian about Cambodia/ Thailand conflict as related to Asean as well as the United Nations.

    The thoughts and opinions are along the line of the Oudom Mahanokor intiatives.

    If Asean succeeds in preventing wars between neighboring countries, it could be a candidate form of a Mahanokor. From the candidacy state, it could be much better with open and direct intervention by the Neak Mean Bonns.

    When talking about an Empire/ Mahanokor, people get used to a large country composed of many small ones with rigid boundaries.

    In today era, a Mahanokor may not be like one that people are used to. A Mahanokor could be a collective of states living peacefully and working for a common goal of prosperity and happiness.

    As I read the thoughts and opinions in this article, I wonder whether they are products of Divine Intervention in the Oudom Mahanokor initiatives.

    While I will need to check out my wonder later, I strongly think that the opinions and thoughts were result of Divine Intervention.

    I witnessed how well Borameys turned people mentality, thoughts and opinions in a personal case of mine. Borameys were very powerful in the mental matters. They proved it to me already.

    **

    The following excerpt is from Bangkok Post:

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/223012/nothing-bilateral-about-border-negotiations

    **


    The current dispute has something to do with the political relations between the two capitals. If Thailand had good relations with Cambodia, it would not have faced such a fierce confrontation as this. To defuse the crisis, ties between two countries should be revived and that would be the first step to find a way out of the land border dispute and benefit people living along both sides of the border, including the tourism industry which could link Preah Vihear with other heritage sites in Cambodia and southern Laos.

    In the next four years, Asean countries are to become a single economic bloc, with the idea that borders will become less significant. Thus there is no point in waging a war, according to Mr Surachart. The borderline has sovereignty implications but “whether it would really matter to people’s lives especially when countries will become one Asean community?” Mr Surachart wondered.

    Thongchai Winijakul, author of Siam Mapped, agrees with Mr Surachart that the border dispute stems from Thailand’s relations with Cambodia in the modern era, when the borderline is used to separate one country from another.

    The creation of borderlines in the modern day contributes to the problem and these lines do not fit in with the relations of people and ancient states that are based on their cultures. For instance, many people in this region live by the river and both sides of the river are the same community. However, the modern boundary line drawn by Western countries uses the middle of the river and thus cuts through the community.

    The conflict is also fuelled by the pride of Thais who still feel that Thailand once was a dominant state in the region, whose land was colonised and taken away by the British and French in the old days. According to Mr Thongchai, that is a false perception which arouses sentiments of nationalism. Once the country’s status is threatened, as in the case of this dispute with Cambodia, the Thai people feel that their pride has been challenged, Mr Thongchai said.

    “The sense of loss of our land has played a major role in building up Thailand. But it is a false sense which is not based on historical facts,” said Mr Thongchai, who is a research fellow at the National University of Singapore.

    “The border conflict is a problem of modern times, but we tend to apply our sense of the past to this modern problem. If we think like this, we will have a problem around Thailand. And if we want to fight, we will have to fight everywhere. But if we don’t want to fight, then let the facts prevail and allow good relations to take their course,” he added.

    [Message last modified 02-23-2011 11:02pm by veayoo]

    #334912
    Avatar of veayoo
    veayoo
    Participant

    Asean stability and prosperity thoughts and opinions:

    On need of stability/ no fight:

    “The border conflict is a problem of modern times, but we tend to apply our sense of the past to this modern problem. If we think like this, we will have a problem around Thailand. And if we want to fight, we will have to fight everywhere. But if we don’t want to fight, then let the facts prevail and allow good relations to take their course,” he added.

    On need of economic progress/ prosperity:

    In the next four years, Asean countries are to become a single economic bloc, with the idea that borders will become less significant. Thus there is no point in waging a war, according to Mr Surachart. The borderline has sovereignty implications but “whether it would really matter to people’s lives especially when countries will become one Asean community?” Mr Surachart wondered.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]
    As I indicated, Neak Mean Bonns, under supervision of Preah beida God Tek Ek, already started their preliminary Divine Intervention ans Oudom mahanokor works a few years ago.

    Preliminary means preparation of the actual Divine Intervention project that they plan to involve me personally.

    The following article in Bangkok Post cites thoughts and opinions of Thai and Singaporian about Cambodia/ Thailand conflict as related to Asean as well as the United Nations.

    The thoughts and opinions are along the line of the Oudom Mahanokor intiatives.

    If Asean succeeds in preventing wars between neighboring countries, it could be a candidate form of a Mahanokor. From the candidacy state, it could be much better with open and direct intervention by the Neak Mean Bonns.

    When talking about an Empire/ Mahanokor, people get used to a large country composed of many small ones with rigid boundaries.

    In today era, a Mahanokor may not be like one that people are used to. A Mahanokor could be a collective of states living peacefully and working for a common goal of prosperity and happiness.

    As I read the thoughts and opinions in this article, I wonder whether they are products of Divine Intervention in the Oudom Mahanokor initiatives.

    While I will need to check out my wonder later, I strongly think that the opinions and thoughts were result of Divine Intervention.

    I witnessed how well Borameys turned people mentality, thoughts and opinions in a personal case of mine. Borameys were very powerful in the mental matters. They proved it to me already.

    **

    The following excerpt is from Bangkok Post:

    http://www.bangkokpost.com/opinion/opinion/223012/nothing-bilateral-about-border-negotiations

    **


    The current dispute has something to do with the political relations between the two capitals. If Thailand had good relations with Cambodia, it would not have faced such a fierce confrontation as this. To defuse the crisis, ties between two countries should be revived and that would be the first step to find a way out of the land border dispute and benefit people living along both sides of the border, including the tourism industry which could link Preah Vihear with other heritage sites in Cambodia and southern Laos.

    In the next four years, Asean countries are to become a single economic bloc, with the idea that borders will become less significant. Thus there is no point in waging a war, according to Mr Surachart. The borderline has sovereignty implications but “whether it would really matter to people’s lives especially when countries will become one Asean community?” Mr Surachart wondered.

    Thongchai Winijakul, author of Siam Mapped, agrees with Mr Surachart that the border dispute stems from Thailand’s relations with Cambodia in the modern era, when the borderline is used to separate one country from another.

    The creation of borderlines in the modern day contributes to the problem and these lines do not fit in with the relations of people and ancient states that are based on their cultures. For instance, many people in this region live by the river and both sides of the river are the same community. However, the modern boundary line drawn by Western countries uses the middle of the river and thus cuts through the community.

    The conflict is also fuelled by the pride of Thais who still feel that Thailand once was a dominant state in the region, whose land was colonised and taken away by the British and French in the old days. According to Mr Thongchai, that is a false perception which arouses sentiments of nationalism. Once the country’s status is threatened, as in the case of this dispute with Cambodia, the Thai people feel that their pride has been challenged, Mr Thongchai said.

    “The sense of loss of our land has played a major role in building up Thailand. But it is a false sense which is not based on historical facts,” said Mr Thongchai, who is a research fellow at the National University of Singapore.

    “The border conflict is a problem of modern times, but we tend to apply our sense of the past to this modern problem. If we think like this, we will have a problem around Thailand. And if we want to fight, we will have to fight everywhere. But if we don’t want to fight, then let the facts prevail and allow good relations to take their course,” he added.

    [Message last modified 02-23-2011 11:02pm by veayoo]

    #334931
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    I was told that with his incompetent leadership and tenacity in hanging on to leadership power, Hun Sen will be made a Sdech Kmoch (king of the dead spirits) soon. ?????

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

    [quote]
    [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][/quote]

    #334942
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    Quote from San Francisco Gate:


    In Cambodia, longtime dictator Hun Sen, like his fellow potentates around the world, watched the news and figured out his own strategy. He decided to give a speech and threaten his people.

    “I would like to tell you that if you want to strike as in Tunisia,” he warned, “I will close the door and beat the dog this time.”

    That was last month, and all has been quiet since. Don Jameson, a former State Department official who served in Phnom Penh, just returned from a long visit there and told me, “I judge that the chances of an uprising against the Hun Sen regime similar to those in Tunisia and Egypt are close to zero.”



    In Cambodia, Hun Sen vows to remain in office until he is 90. He’s 58 now, and already no other current Asian leader has served as long – 26 years. Like Egypt, Cambodia holds faux elections, but Hun Sen recently declared: “I don’t just want to weaken the opposition but to make it die.”


    In Cambodia, the educated population (a tiny percentage of the total) generally hates its dictator, as in most authoritarian states. But when Thailand attacked in 2008, for once everyone in the nation, even Hun Sen’s opponents, rallied around him in support of the fight against Cambodia’s despised, ancient enemy – the Siamese.

    It’s unclear who started the fighting under way now. Several soldiers and civilians have been killed. But politicians on both sides are reaping significant benefits.

    Hun Sen once sued Michael Hayes, who was founding editor of the Phnom Penh Post, an English-language newspaper. The two certainly aren’t friends. But now, Hayes writes: “I am as angry as all Cambodians are at what we perceive as a Thai-initiated conflict.” He added, “In the 20 years I have been in Cambodia, the Preah Vihear issue is without question the only one I’ve seen that has united the entire nation.”

    The timing is near-perfect. Cambodia holds local elections next year and national elections in 2013. The same holds true in Thailand. Leaders on both sides appear to be encouraging the conflict.

    http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=%2Fc%2Fa%2F2011%2F02%2F26%2FINAS1HS35B.DTL

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    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/02/26/INAS1HS35B.DTL#ixzz1F8UqtTP4

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/02/26/INAS1HS35B.DTL#ixzz1F8USZndG

    Read more: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/02/26/INAS1HS35B.DTL#ixzz1F8U2pp7O

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was told that with his incompetent leadership and tenacity in hanging on to leadership power, Hun Sen will be made a Sdech Kmoch (king of the dead spirits) soon. ?????

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

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

    #334952
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    As of the old king Sihanouk, his soul will be removed.

    [i]Originally posted by veayoo[/i]

    I was told that with his incompetent leadership and tenacity in hanging on to leadership power, Hun Sen will be made a Sdech Kmoch (king of the dead spirits) soon. ?????

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

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

    #334961
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    n_n1985
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    Are you and Veayo identical twin?

    #334971
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    veayoo
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    [i]Originally posted by n_n1985[/i]
    Are you and Veayo identical twin?

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