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So now hear about another redeemer [Buddha].

He also taught that it is good to avert one’s eyes from the created, that it would be better to procreate no longer and that the best thing would be to bring the suffering of the world to an end. He rebelled against the creator of the world and his law of continuously engendering life.

He sought remoteness from God and received it, since God always loves the seed, whether it be close to or distant from him.

And so he also was again in God, but not crucified, since the seed was not damaged. ~Jung’s Soul, The Black Books, Vol. VII, Page 180