Thursday, August 21, 2014

The Trinity

Krishna is calling the calves of His Stall, Shiva is calling and Brahma is calling. These three are the one true God, manifesting Himself to the world. Shiva came in the form of Gautama Buddha, to preach devotion to his confidential associates; while Brahma came as Jesus, to preach Christ Consciousness to his confidential associates. To any avid scholar it should be clear that Christ is the same name as Krista. The Greek name for Holy Spirit is Charismata, indicating that The Spirit is in fact our Mother and The Mother Of Krista.

While Vedic truths about Lord Vishnu have been lost, the name Ramah is all through the bible, as well as The Quran. After leaving out of fallen Egpyt, which was the Ancient World, The Hebrews unknowingly shunned the names of Ra and Rama; replacing them for the Hebrew word "eviyl" in their own scriptures, even unto this day! Nonetheless there are hundreds of places where the name Ramah is still in context, to bring glory to Lord Vishnu, as The Father and The Very Highest God.

Scriptures often get changed to satisfy the intents and purposes of contemporary scholars, but the names of Ramah are still all through them, bursting out from the seams of their original languages. Now The Advent Of Krishna, being more recent is found and concealed more in newer scriptures, such as The New Testament of The Bible and various world scriptures promoting The Christ Consciousness. Also more in various aspects of The Occult which promote the Crysaline Consciousness and the use of crystals for healing and luck.

It is truly faith which fuels virtue and righteousness, but Krishna is Lord of all faiths and will justify sincere faith. It is best to approach Lord Krishna directly and to find devotion to the one true god. Bhagavad Gita is the best place to start, but all Vedanta is beneficial for finding The Supreme Person. We should chant the names of The Lord to be blessed and nourished:

Hare Krishna Hare Krishna
Krishna Krishna Hare Hare
Hare Ramah Hare Ramah
Ramah Ramah Hare Hare 

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