Reply To: To whom does the kamma of immoral deeds belong to when possessed by a deva?


For the Angulimala example, if we read the Jataka, he was a good friend with the Boddhisattas in many past lives. We can also see he had the gati of a killer. The boddhisatta led him to overcome this bad gati. He was also sometimes a yogi who developed jhanas. The capacity of Angulimala to become an Arahant is not by chance.  There are others; I forget their names.

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