(Aug. 28, 2016) The Dogman is described as a 7-ft. tall, blue- or amber-eyed canine with the torso of a human. This monstrous creature (werewolf or lycanthrope) has been sighted all over the world as far back as recorded history. It is said that it shows up in 10 year cycles ending in 7. Many types have been described from canine to more Sasquatch-like. Listen: 222paranormal.libsyn.com.
- There is dark karma with dark ripening
- There is bright karma with bright ripening
- There is dark-and-bright karma with dark-and-bright ripening, and
- There is karma that is not dark and not bright with neither-dark-nor-bright ripening that conduces to the exhaustion of karma.
"By so doing one reappears in a world with affliction. When that happens, afflicting contacts [unpleasant "touches" through eye, ear, nose, tongue, body, mind] touch one. Being touched by these, one feels afflicting feelings entirely painful as in the case of beings in perdition.
So a being's reappearance is due to a being: One reappears owing to the karmas one has performed. When one has reappeared, contacts touch one. Thus do I say beings are heirs of their karmas. This is called dark karma with dark ripening.
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