(UranTia Book Paper 94:11.11) 3. The Absolute Buddha

By the time the number of Buddhas was [becomong noncountable], it became necessary for the minds of those days to reunify this unwieldy concept. Accordingly it began to be taught that all Buddhas were but the manifestation of some higher essence, some Eternal One of infinite and unqualified existence or some Absolute Source of all known reality. From here on, the DeiTy concept of Buddhism, in its highest form, becomes divorced from the human person of GauTama SiddharTha and casts off from the anthropomorphic limitations which have held it in leash. This final conception of the Buddha Eternal can well be identified as either the Absolute [or] the Infinite I AM.

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