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This mara can also refer to the sixty-two wrong views (lta-ba ngan-pa, bad views) propounded by the eighteen non-Buddhist extremists (mu-stegs, Skt. tirthika).
As for this bliss of orgasmic release, some non-Buddhist traditions (mu-stegs-pa) assert that offering a homa fire puja of semen in the reality source of a woman pleases Ishvara (dBang-phyug, Shiva) and that through this one can achieve moksha, liberation.
The Net of Brahma Sutra (Tshangs-pa’i drva-ba’i mdo, Skt. Brahmajvala Sutra), both in its Mahayana and Theravada versions, presents sixty-two wrong views (lta-ba ngan-pa, bad views) propounded by the eighteen non-Buddhist extremists (mu-stegs, Skt. tirthika).
(First) having washed themselves, then, at an individually desired time during the pitch-black night and at noon, twilight, mid-afternoon, and when the sun rises over the mountains, the Tayi non-Buddhists (mu-stegs-pa, Skt. tirthika) pay homage five times (each day), prostrating on the ground facing their holy land and taking singular refuge in the ‘Lord of Those with Tamas’ in the heavenly realm above the earth.”