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Mythical Facts you need to know about The Dalai Lamas, Mahakala and Crows.

1: In an interview, the DalaiLama told the story of the two crows in his own life: “Another thing I didn’t mention in my autobiography is that after my birth, a pair of crows came to roost on the roof of our house. They would arrive each morning, stay for while and then leave”.

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2: “This is of particular interest as similar incidents occurred at the birth of the First, Seventh, Eighth and Twelfth Dalai Lamas. After their births, a pair of crows came and remained. In my own case, in the beginning, nobody paid attention to this”.

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3: “The very day that the 1st Dalai Lama was born, there was a robbery. The parents ran away and left their little boy there at the home. Then after sunset, the parents returned home. The mother was very worried about her child, They tried to find the child.

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4: “There was one big crow cawing. The mother thought that something very bad had happened, that the crow had done something to the child. When they searched, they found the child untouched. The big crow had remained as a protector, fighting off all the other crows”.

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5: “Later, that child, the Dalai Lama himself, grew up to become a good monk and an experienced practitioner. At that point, he had a vision of the protector Mahakala. Mahakala then told him that, at the very day of the Dalai Lama’s birth, Mahakala came as a protector“.

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