THE RETURN OF THE KING: KYABJE DRAKPA GYELTSEN RINPOCHE
NEWS THAT WILL SHAKE THE WORLD
This website team has the privilege to receive this incredible news very recently and has the permission to announce it to the world…We at this website wish His Holiness Kyabje Drakpa Gyeltsen Rinpoche long life, continuous Dharma activities and stable health. We know your incarnation is well and currently living among us although you remain undisclosed. We pray and wish your current incarnation will openly announce where you are and be able to have audience with your precious presence.
We understand the Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen line of incarnations ranks at the very top and is on par with those of the Dalai Lamas, Panchen Lamas, Pabongka Rinpoche, Trijang Rinpoche and Zong Rinpoche.
This line of incarnations has extended from the current incarnation all the way back to the time of the Mahasiddhas of India, namely Birwapa. You once again prove to the world, by being present you are truly a spiritually attained being arising from your pure prayers in another supreme body (Tulku-Nirmanakaya) as a great Lama, while another line of your incarnations arose as Dorje Shugden the protector. We again are very privileged with this information and find it an honor to announce this to the world today…July 7, 2010, one day after HH the Dalai Lama's 75th Birthday.
The undisputed incarnation of Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen, 'silenced' for the past 350 years, has now returned, preparing to emerge publicly into the world again.
Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen was the 'last' of Dorje Shugden's lineage of High Lama incarnations, unsurpassable in his attainments and knowledge, and considered equal to the great 5th Dalai Lama.
After his murder, he arose as the Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden, who some were opposed to. His lineage of incarnations was then banned. His name was erased from all prayers and books. His properties and labrang were all confiscated. No one was allowed to even mention his name.
Yet, there is no stopping this eminent Lama from returning for a higher purpose. Every incarnation in this illustrious lineage has continued to make unsurpassable contributions to the growth of Dharma and Lama Tsongkhapa's precious "Yellow Hat" tradition. Only an Enlightened Being would possess such all-encompassing compassion.
Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen's current incarnation was unmistakably recognized several decades ago. His recognition is infallible. Remaining safely hidden, he has been spreading the Dharma inexorably under a different name, and awaits the right time to emerge publicly.
In time, everyone will be made aware of who he really is. His unrivalled legacy of great endeavors will once again shine into the ten directions for all to see.
One of Lama Tsongkhapa's eight closest disciples, Dulzin Drakpa Gyeltsen built the original Gaden Monastery, the first and greatest Gelug monastic institution that arose from Lama Tsongkhapa's teachings.
Famed for his ardent practice of pure morality, monastic discipline and unwavering commitment, Dulzin was considered to be an emanation of Tsongkhapa himself. However, he manifested as a student to show a clear and inspiring example of humility and Guru devotion.
Dulzin was so highly respected that he was offered the position of the first Gaden Tripa (Tsongkhapa's successor) after Tsongkhapa's passing. He turned this offer down, choosing instead to dedicate the rest of his life to upholding these precious teachings. It was with this incredible devotion and commitment that he made a promise to arise as an uncommon Protector to preserve and guard the lineage of his teacher, Tsongkhapa.
(Taking the form of Panchen Sonam Drakpa) He was such an erudite teacher and scholar that the three greatest Gelug Monasteries – Gaden, Sera and Drepung – begged him to be their abbot, which was unheard of in history. In his lifetime, he was responsible for the education and welfare of more than 15,000 monks, Tulkus, Geshes and scholars. To this day, he remains the only Lama to have held the prestigious position of abbot of all three institutions. He later became the 15th Gaden Tripa, the representative of Tsongkhapa on earth.
He composed 11 volumes of philosophical teachings that are still the core syllabus of study in major Gelug monasteries today, including Gaden Shartse and Drepung Loseling. Many of the most renowned Lamas have studied these scriptures to achieve the revered Geshe Lharam degree. These include the current and two previous Gaden Tripas, the Dalai Lama's imperial tutors, Ling Rinpoche and Trijang Rinpoche, and the Dalai Lama himself.
HE SACRIFICED HIMSELF TO ARISE AS THE PROTECTOR DORJE SHUGDEN, TO PRESERVE AND PROTECT LORD TSONGKHAPA'S PRECIOUS TEACHINGS.
In the early 1600s a child was born who exhibited unusual signs of greatness. He could recall his previous lives and, by the age of two, recited prayers from memory. He was already writing commentaries and giving teachings at the age of 9 and by 18, had meditated in hundreds of caves where he perceived Yidams directly.
Because he displayed signs of the most supreme, high incarnate Lamas, he was among the few candidates to be shortlisted during the search for the 4th Dalai Lama's reincarnation.
He was later recognised as the incarnation of Panchen Sonam Drakpa, and studied alongside the 5th Dalai Lama under the tutelage of the illustrious 4th Panchen Lama.
He and the Great Fifth were equal in their attainments and venerated as the two most eminent masters of their day. Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen became so renowned that even Tibetan nobility, Chinese and Mongolian royalty travelled huge distances to request teachings and divinations from him.
Eventually, he became more highly revered than the 5th Dalai Lama himself. So much so that the Dalai Lama's attendants became jealous of his popularity and plotted to assassinate him without the Dalai Lama's knowledge. After many failed attempts, they finally suffocated him with a khata.
It was by his kindness in "allowing" this strangulation that Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen was able to manifest wrath at the moment of death and therefore, to arise as the enlightened Dharma Protector Dorje Shugden, thus fulfilling his promise made in his previous life as Dulzin.
HE IS…. BACK
Now, the unmistaken incarnation of Tulku Drakpa Gyeltsen has returned among us.
He has been incarnating continuously over the past few hundred years, quietly preserving and propagating the lineage of Lama Tsongkhapa and his most significant work, the Lamrim Chenmo.
Recognised by oracles and high lamas a few decades ago, the current incarnation continues to live quietly among us, awaiting the most beneficial time to emerge, to openly continue this legacy of incredible deeds.
His time is coming soon.
His return will cause an explosion at the heart of the Tibetan Buddhist world, righting a great 'wrong' that was done hundreds of years ago.
His return marks the culmination of an orchestrated sequence of events which began over 600 years ago during the time of Dulzin.
His return heralds a new age of Buddhist renaissance, where Dorje Shugden will rise to the fore, unveiling his true nature as the greatest Dharma Protector for our time.
The final episode in this elaborate epic reveals how the highest Lamas have each played their part to propel Lama Tsongkhapa's lineage to its highest peak.
An uncommon Lama…
Arising as an uncommon Protector…
Some Lamas can never be silenced…