Lama Drukpa Kunley lived in the 15-16th century (aka “Mad Saint” or “Divine Madman” or Madman from Kyishodruk) for his unorthodox ways of painting Thunderbolt of Flaming Wisdom Erect Phallus’ on walls, to shock the uppity and prudish Buddhist clergy. Traditionally erect penis symbols in Bhutan were to drive away evil spirits & malicious gossip.
“Representation of female nudity is conventionally a blatant sign of reduction of the female to sexuality […] Phallic imagery that reminds men of their self-centeredness is a counterculture, not a celebration of the male. It is a condemnation of the unchecked male ego, rather than a rigid fiesta of all things phallocentric.” – Dasho Karma Ura, president of the Centre for Bhutan Studies in the capital of Thimpu. — As quoted in among others: International Criminal Court Complaint: EoP PoW’s –v– Nobel Committee & Peace Laureates et al: Brief [PDF]
Bhutan: Bhutan, is a sovereign state in South Asia. A landlocked country in the Eastern Himalayas, Bhutan borders China to the north and India to the south, east and west. To the west, it is separated from Nepal by the Indian state of Sikkim; and further south it is separated from Bangladesh by the Indian states of Assam and West Bengal. Bhutan’s capital and largest city is Thimphu. Along with Mongolia, Bhutan is one of two countries where the Vajrayana sect of Buddhism is dominant. The King of Bhutan is known as the Druk Gyalpo, meaning the “Thunder Dragon King”. – Wikipedia; Bhutan Gov website
Bhutan: Ecological Corridors: “Carrying Capacity aka Biocapacity Limits: “The maximum number of individuals that can be supported sustainably by a given environment is known as its ‘carrying capacity’. Worldwide the total amount of biologically productive land and sea amounts to 12 billion global hectares (gha); or 1.8 gha each if divided by 6.7 billion each. Guerrylla Laws are drawn up in accordance with the proactive conservation policies of Bhutan, who set aside 40% of their biologically productive to be returned to its natural state, for other species and wildlife conservation purposes; then that means that the total amount of biologically productive carrying capacity land available to humans is 60% of 12 billion; which amounts to 7.2 billion gha total; or 60% of 1.8 gha, which is 1 gha each.” — Excerpt: Ecology of Peace Decalogue Commandment: Crime of Aggression Act of war definition in International Criminal Court Complaint: EoP PoW’s –v– Nobel Committee & Peace Laureates et al: Brief [PDF]; as per EoP Acting Clerk correspondence to among others: (i) Global Institute for Prevention of Aggression and ICC Judges 29 Dec 2015: ICC: Judge Silvia Fernández de Gurmendi; Re: EoP ICC Private Pros: EoP PoW’s –v– Nobel Committee & Peace Laureates et al.
* EoP v WiP NWO Negotiations: Comments Correspondence: 11 Nov 2015: McChrystal Group: Veterans: Problem Solvers for Today’s World.