Discovery, Recognition and Enthronement of the 14th Dalai by Khemy Sonam Wangdu, Sir Basil J Gould, Hugh E Richardson

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I suppose I was infused with a sense of pride when I overheard them saying this, although I am Discovery ofthe 14th Dalai Lama 47 not the one who should be credited. Whatever achievements we had been able to accomplish were all due to the power of the young Dalai Lama's compassion and the faith of the people in him. As we drew closer to the great city of Lhasa, a crowd of oracles already in trance approached to receive the Dalai Lama's blessings: They were accompanied by· dancers masked as the four auspicious animals (the tiger, lion, garuda, dragon) and as wild yak.

That tests of the remaining candidates woulcl be conducted in order to prevent the local authorities from knowing the truth. and that we were going to seek help from Governor Ma to invite all the remaining candidates to Kumbum monastery for the test, as that would save us the time taken to travel to each candidate's region; it would also prevent people coming to know the details of the test procedure and the objects utilised. " CI-W>TER FIVE Governor Ma' s Demands All the team members called on Governor Ma in Ziling.

In front of the thang ka of Goddess Palden Lhamo, brought by Kewtsang Rinpoche from the la:t~ Thirteenth Dalai Lama's room in Norbulingka, and performed her invocation ritual. Then we jointly took an oath declaring every one of us would remain ever faithful to the commitment ofkeeping the government's declaration strictly confidential, promising never to reveal a word of it. Also, we sent the government a coded message in which we had listed the follo_wing points: • • • • that we had decided under oath not to make public even a word from the recent telegram which proclaimed the boy from Chija T aktser to be the real reincarnation, as we could foresee that if Governor Ma knew the content of the proclamation he would not allow the young Dalai Lama to accompany us.

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