For what reason is Krishna an actual demonic entity in the end, morally speaking? Be specific.

For what reason is Krishna an actual demonic entity in the end, morally speaking? Be specific.

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  1. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I have a bible and a copy of a krishna book by my bedside.
    There is wisdom.

    • 2 months ago
      Lullaby

      What is the wisdom for a Christian? An ever-present alternative god?

      • 2 months ago
        Anonymous

        Krishna is not an alternative God, he is a manifestation of the Godhead.

        Can you manifest the Godhead Anon?
        I know that you can.

        • 2 months ago
          Lullaby

          You think Yahweh and Krishna are each manifestations of one higher, more universal God? I genuinely don’t think there is a higher God than Yahweh, He is the chief demon as I say.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yahweh, is an entity comprised of many beings. He is nowhere close to God though. As God is all that is.

        • 2 months ago
          Lullaby

          If you would have said Krishna brings extremely advanced human wisdom (rather than divine wisdom), I would have been more prone to agree. I believe Krishna’s nectar tastes sweet at first but then becomes sour. Whereas with Christianity, sorrow turns to rejoicing. I may be wrong but I am pretty sure of this.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I am a Christian and I agree with you that the God most high, our God, the Father, turns sorrow into rejoice.
            Krishna speaks truth also, for he says you must be born again.
            At the end of the day, you have to live these teachings, and Christ made it simple to understand for anyone.

          • 2 months ago
            Lullaby

            Krishna is missing the cross. The whole point of Christianity is the cross. That’s the only message God is really trying to send. Understand that and then you will be re-converted and truly born again. I wouldn’t say I have been born again yet even. Heck, I haven’t even been baptized. Am in touch with priests though. But practice what you preach and remember the cross.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            You think it's about the cross, but you're missing the fact that he died on that cross so that you might believe the message he gave to the world.

            It's about the message that the cross delivers Anon, not the cross itself.
            The man was willing to die for the message - he died because of the sins of the world so that you might receive his MESSAGE of eternal life and salvation.
            You must be born again.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >morally speaking?
            I dont understand - do you think Krishna led a "moral life"?
            Krishna was a rascal, and repeatedly and regularly broke social dharma and regulation along with encouraging His friends and family to do the same.
            This may be hard for a Christian to understand, but a big thing Krishna loves to use that form for is demonstrations of love that is so great it will not be bound by protocol or mundane, material morality.
            Krishna, as a lila avatar, has two purposes: kill demons, and enjoy the love of those devoted to Him. He doesnt really come as a teacher, and He doesnt really try to lead an exemplary life.
            Krishna as a babe would steal from neighbors and break stuff and piss on floors.
            Krishna as a youth encouraged his village to abandon proper worship of the devas.
            Krishna's closest consort Radha is literally married to someone else, as are all the other girls that join the Rasa Lila.
            Krishna repeatedly uses gotchas and trickery to help the Pandavas gain advantage at Kurukshetra, and encouraged them to break with honor once the other side did.

            The only time Krishna really comes out as even wise is when a very dear friend - like Arjuna or Uddhava - humbly ask Him to give them insight or advice. THEN Krishna hands down the way it is.
            But otherwise, Krishna is a rascal.

            >Krishna’s nectar tastes sweet at first but then becomes sour.
            Funny, Krishna uses this exact analogy.
            >Gita 18.37: That which in the beginning may be just like poison but at the end is just like nectar and which awakens one to self-realization is said to be happiness in the mode of goodness.
            >38: That happiness which is derived from contact of the senses with their objects and which appears like nectar at first but poison at the end is said to be of the nature of passion.
            >39: And that happiness which is blind to self-realization, which is delusion from beginning to end and which arises from sleep, laziness and illusion is said to be of the nature of ignorance.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Good post. I take it you’re not a Christian then? Is Krishna a competitor to Jesus? Jesus says one can’t serve two masters.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            god i hate christgays. they both teach love, so love, ya dummy

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Jesus taught love of other men, as the second greatest commandment, but the first greatest commandment was love of Jesus. Similarly, Krishna obligates devotion to himself as the only way. So there is a contradiction, even though they are both loving.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            oh you poor slave. love of jesus is love of krishna is love of god is love of self

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Krishna is the transcendental form of Jesus insofar as the latter was the Christ

            Richard the Lionheart is the next millennial incarnation of Krishna.

            Krishna also has incarnations not in his transcendental form such as Britney Spears

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            I am Gaudiya Vaishnava.
            >Is Krishna a competitor to Jesus?
            In my opinion, Krishna is the Father Jesus speaks of. Christ is a sakti-avesh avatar. The infinite power of God imbued into a jiva (limited, embodied soul) like you and I for a specific purpose - in this case moving the Abrahamic faiths from sacrificial and jnana based understanding into a bhakti and devotion based understanding.
            I have no issue with someone insisting that Christ and His conception is Supreme, so long as they can at least tolerate that my worship and love of Christ manifests in a (to them) weird way.
            >Jesus says one can’t serve two masters.
            The Supreme is an ocean with many waves. His mansion has many rooms.

            Jesus taught love of other men, as the second greatest commandment, but the first greatest commandment was love of Jesus. Similarly, Krishna obligates devotion to himself as the only way. So there is a contradiction, even though they are both loving.

            >the first greatest commandment was love of Jesus. Similarly, Krishna obligates devotion to himself as the only way.
            I see them as reconciled in both urging devotion to the Supreme Person.
            That Supreme Person has infinite, unique relationships with every single one of the infinite souls like you and I. Some will have a relationship with that Supreme as Lord Jesus, some with Lord Krishna, some with an impersonal energy, some with an indescribable Void - the ways to relate to the Supreme is beyond our comprehension.
            >Bhagavatam 10.43.1: The various groups of people in the arena regarded Kṛṣṇa in different ways when He entered it with His elder brother. The wrestlers saw Kṛṣṇa as a lightning bolt, the men of Mathurā as the best of males, the women as Cupid in person, the cowherd men as their relative, the impious rulers as a chastiser, His parents as their child, the King of the Bhojas as death, the unintelligent as the Supreme Lord’s universal form, the yogīs as the Absolute Truth and the Vṛṣṇis as their supreme worshipable Deity.

            oh you poor slave. love of jesus is love of krishna is love of god is love of self

            >oh you poor slave.
            We should all be envious of such devotion. Hanuman would never worship Krishna, though he understands their sameness as only a pure devotee can. His relationship is with Lord Rama.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            > I see them as reconciled in both urging devotion to the Supreme Person.
            >That Supreme Person has infinite, unique relationships with every single one of the infinite souls like you and I. Some will have a relationship with that Supreme as Lord Jesus, some with Lord Krishna, some with an impersonal energy, some with an indescribable Void - the ways to relate to the Supreme is beyond our comprehension.
            This is reconcilable with Christianity. That “Supreme Person who has infinite, unique relationships with every single one of the infinite souls like you and I” is most likely…Christ Himself. (Thus, all of Christ’s claims are true.) If you affirmed this, it would be Christian, even acceptable to Catholics basically. Why not say that then? The key is just to believe that Jesus and Yahweh are God and that God resurrected Him from the dead. All your Hindu connections can link back to being different aspects of this one supreme truth.

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            >is most likely…Christ Himself

            >Śrīla Prabhupāda: What is the meaning of the word Christ?
            >Father Emmanuel: Christ comes from the Greek word Christos, meaning “the anointed one.”
            >P: Christos is the Greek version of the word Kṛṣṇa.
            >E: This is very interesting.
            >P: When an Indian person calls on Kṛṣṇa, he often says, “Kṛṣṭa.” Kṛṣṭa is a Sanskrit word meaning “attraction.” So when we address God as “Christ,” “Kṛṣṭa,” or “Kṛṣṇa,” we indicate the same all-attractive Supreme Personality of Godhead. When Jesus said, “Our Father, who art in heaven, sanctified be Thy name,” that name of God was “Kṛṣṭa” or “Kṛṣṇa.” Do you agree?
            >E: I think Jesus, as the son of God, has revealed to us the actual name of God: Christ. We can call God “Father,” but if we want to address Him by His actual name, we have to say “Christ.”
            >P: Yes. “Christ” is another way of saying Kṛṣṭa, and “Kṛṣṭa” is another way of pronouncing Kṛṣṇa, the name of God. Jesus said that one should glorify the name of God, but yesterday I heard one theologian say that God has no name – that we can call Him only “Father.” A son may call his father “Father,” but the father also has a specific name. Similarly, “God” is the general name of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, whose specific name is Kṛṣṇa. Therefore whether you call God “Christ,” “Kṛṣṭa,” or “Kṛṣṇa,” ultimately you are addressing the same Supreme Personality of Godhead.
            >E: Yes, if we speak of God’s actual name, then we must say, “Christos.” In our religion, we have the Trinity: the Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit. We believe we can know the name of God only by revelation from the Son of God. Jesus Christ revealed the name of the father, and therefore we take the name Christ as the revealed name of God.

          • 2 months ago
            Red Robin

            We are in a computer

          • 2 months ago
            Anonymous

            Yeah, God's.

  2. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    I saw an exorcism video with shiva being booted out

  3. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Jesus, here is a man who hated the state of the world even more than we do - so much so that he allowed himself to be put to death over what he was saying to people.

    It's all about the words he spoke, not the death that was required for you to hear those words here now today.
    If he hadn't died, he might have been lost to history - but nothing is more powerful than being put to death for speaking the truth.

  4. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Krishna means darkness. In Bhagava Gita, Lord Krishna says that among his devils, he is the greatest one. He is beyond and before Brahma, as Satan precedes and is beyond "God".

    • 2 months ago
      Lullaby

      Satan does not precede and is not beyond God…

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Krishna means darkness
      Some dictionary can't explain Krishna's name. see picrel

      What he is saying is that EVERYTHING originates from him and that he is what is best represented in all life. Amongst immovable things I am the Himalayas etc.
      Duality is part of the illusion of this material world. Lord Krishna gives it to us unfiltered. Krishna is the absolute truth.
      Lord Krishna's position is that of the sun that scatters darkness in all directions at dawn.
      We have to understand that our existence is all consciousness.

  5. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    When the black race, rebelled against Elohim, they lost the white colour in their face. Just like in the Quran it says this that those close to God become white.

    You might be wondering how this relates well:
    Krishna was a black person who supposedly moved a mountain with his finger, which is obviously impossible especially for a demon so he is obviously an anti-christ deity.

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      >Srimad Bhagavatam 10.26.16: [Garga Muni had said:] Your son Kṛṣṇa appears as an incarnation in every millennium. In the past He assumed three different colors — white, red and yellow — and now He has appeared in a blackish color.

  6. 2 months ago
    Anonymous

    Krishna is a whisper of the

    >WOMEN IN WHITE

    • 2 months ago
      Anonymous

      > actually

      > WTF

      > that’s pretty interesting, anon

      …seriously wtf

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