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Beelzebub  extract from Chapter 21
..."The Sacred Individual who was sent to them was coated with the planetary body of a terrestrial three-brained being and was called, as I have said, Saint Buddha"...
..."Here it must be noted without fail that at that time there had already been crystallized in the presence of Saint Buddha, as my detailed investigations made evident, a very clear understanding that during the process of its abnormal formation, the Reason of the beings of the planet Earth becomes 'instincto-titillarian' , "that is, it functions only under the action of corresponding shocks from without. In spite of this, Saint Buddha decided to carry out his task by means of their 'Reason' so peculiar for 'three-brained beings' and he began informing that Reason of theirs with objective truths of every kind."
"First of all, Saint Buddha assembled a number of the chiefs of the third Asiatic group and spoke to them as follows:
"Beings with a presence in the image of the Creator of all things!  "My essence has been sent to you by certain Enlightened and Most Sacred Final Results, who guide in perfect justice the actualization of everything existing in the Universe, to serve as a helping factor for each of you in the striving to free yourselves from the consequences of those abnormal being-properties which, because of important common-cosmic needs, were implanted in the presence of your ancestors and, passing by heredity from generation to generation, have reached you also."
...  "One day while instructing some of his closest initiates, Saint Buddha spoke in very precise terms about a means for the possible destruction in their nature of the consequences of the properties of the organ kundabuffer, transmitted to them by heredity."
"Among the things he said to them was this:
"One of the best means of rendering ineffective the predisposition in your nature to crystallize the consequences of the properties of the organ kundabuffer is 'intentional suffering'; and the greatest 'intentional suffering'  can be obtained in our presences by compelling ourselves to endure the displeasing manifestations of others toward ourselves."...
Read Chapter 21 - The first visit of Beelzebub to India
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