THE VIOLENT MYTH OF CREATION
Vishnu the "All-Pervading Essence of All Beings", "the Creator and Destroyer of all Existences", "the Eternal Seed" seduces, then severs the heads of the two fairest maidens in the land.
The beheaded bodies are ceremoniously crowned with the head of Buddha.
The coupling of these two Buddha-Maidens brings forth the Miraculous and Divine Offspring - THE BUDHELLA.
This myth of creation is accepted by only a few of her most ardent and austere followers and practitioners.
THE GENTLE MYTH OF CREATION
Describes the emergence of the Budhella from the middle (third) finger of the Buddha. The Finger major, the Finger of faith, the Finger of life, brings forth the miraculous and divine light and life essence of THE BUDHELLA - the Female Incarnation of Buddha.
This myth is similar to the western myth of creation of woman fashioned from the third rib of man, and is generally accepted by all of her followers.
THE FOREST OF THE EASTERN UNICORNS
BUDHELLA inspired by the teachings of Sidhartha sets off on a vision quest to find The Bodi Tree where Sidhartha attained Englightenment.
Lost, confused, and disoriented she winds up in the Forest of the Eastern Unicorns where she hears a strange and wonderful incantation.
THOSE WISHING TO ENTER THE PATH OF ENLIGHTENMENT ARE AS NUMEROUS AS THE HAIR ON A TIGER, WHILE THE SUCCESSFUL ARE AS RARE AS THE HORN OF A UNICORN.
BUDHELLA AND THE PRADA CHAKRA
"The Buddha of Immeasurable Age and Light" presides over the Lotus Lake of his western paradise "The Land of Joy".
Where according to legend BUDHELLA in rapture seated upon a lotus blossom floated before him on the surface of a boundless lake irradiated by his sun like presence shining from the western shore.
THE LOTUS LADDER
In the 7 Circles (Chakras) or Lotuses (Padmas) of the Kundalini system of Yoga, Chakra three at the level of the navel is called Manipura, "City of the Shining jewel" for its fiery heat and light - Chakra four at the level of the Heart is called Anahata, "Not Struck," the place where the sound is heard, that is not made by any two things striking together. - The Om. Below this Lotus of the Heart there is pictured a lesser uninscribed Lotus at the level of the solar plexus. On a jeweled altar, an image of the wish-fulfilling tree, the Prada Chakra can be seen.
SEA OF LOVE
Budhella feeling lonely and depressed makes the long and arduous journey to the Sea of Love. Adorned with jewelry and her crown she has a hard time staying above water. She is eventually pulled by Cupid from the "Sea of Love" while being attacked by a jealous Red Fish.
BUDHELLA AND THE WRONG INDIAN VILLAGE
BUDHELLA, in quest of the invincible saving power of Vishnu, finds herself lost, confused, and forlorn after arriving in the wrong Indian Village.
BUDHELLA'S metamorphosis into a swan on the lake of Eternal Sunshine and Radiance has gone totally awry. Much to her amazement and chagrin she has mistakenly transformed herself into a Duck
THE ADVENTURES OF BUDHELLA AND COSMOS
Budhella meditates on the famous translucent painting of Magic Mountain. She is seated astride her trusty steed "Cosmos" on her transcendental assent to its elusive peak. She is sporting a colorful new equestrian coiffure and her Prada robes.
Unable to return from her rapture and reverie she is reluctantly led down the treacherous descent from the summit of Magic Mountain and the Land of the Soft Totems by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
BUDHELLA AND THE OTHER VENUS
Budhella never pleased with the constraints of her physical being is always morphing into strange and magical creatures.
In her transparent and translucent form she has meditated, attained Dharana, and fashioned herself into Venus "The Goddess of Love and Beauty".
Unfortunately, she has mistakenly used the Venus di Milo, The Aphrodite of Melos, as the receptical of her allomorphing.
Not able to find the desired deep sleep and dreams in the arms of Morpheus, Venus' arms and head have evolved into an apparition of a hunting trophy in a postmodern nightmare.
THE DREAM OF SHRI DEVI
BUDHELLA meditating during her evening green tea bath makes the mistake of contemplating the enlightened protector Shri Devi (Magzor Gyalmo).
As She sinks Further into a trance-like state she becomes Magzor Gyalmo The Glorious Goddess - The Queen Who Repels Armies.
Her tea becomes a blood bath and she attains the Power to Turn Back Armies - a power which might be better served in a setting other than the tranquility of an evening dip.
BUDHELLA AND THE PORTRAIT
BUDHELLA'S daily meditations sometimes involve the use of mandellas and mantras. Of late she has abandoned all traditional aides and has been concentrating on a strange and alluring portrait.
Confused in her feelings, her yoga trances are broken with dreams of fancy, rapture and desire. These fantasies, so foreign to her, are a source of two new emotions - Envy and Want.
Daily meditations on this image have caused her unrest and unrequited physical fulfillment. Somehow she has the feeling that something is missing or lacking in her present form.
For her own well-being and self-preservation, this is the last time she will gaze upon this puzzling visage.
BUDHELLA AND THE FANCY DRESS BALL
BUDHELLA confused by her invitation to The Fancy Dress Ball, allomorphs into a beautiful Marbled Ball.
Rolling and bouncing into the entrance hall of the ballroom. She is greeted by the beautiful bodice and gown she should have worn. Dejected, depressed, and forlorn she can only dream of what could have been.