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To who it may concern:

The word bardo in the Buddhist literature means some thing in common with the Gnostic word barbelo!! If this is true Gnostic Christianity has come from a form of Buddhism! This word has been mentioned in the gospel of Judas!!Bold text

Not completely accurate[edit]

As has been pointed out, Bardo means "intermediate state." While the period of transition between lives is a bardo, it is far from the only state considered to be a bardo. Most of life is considered the bardo of existence. All states that are impermanent are considered to be a bardo and all states are impermanent. 17:18, 25 February 2007 (UTC)Will

reference to bardo pond, a psych. rock band[edit]

i'll formulate a reference to one of my favourite bands, bardo pond, a psychedelic rock band from the US of A, who named themselves sort of after that philosophy (or rather philosophical term) in a short while

link to article
link to talk-page, where i announced including a band name stanza (includes two quotes, so that you don't have to browse their website for name history)

that is, i'll formulate a reference, if no one objects.

-- Gazongagizmo 01:05, 16 November 2006 (UTC)


What is this box on the side of the page? Bardo Wylie: bar do intermediate state Can we get rid of this? --1000Faces (talk) 05:17, 14 May 2008 (UTC)