christ and krishna

Saturday, June 19, 2010

there are lots of similarities between christ and krishna still they were not the same person.. but different prophets/avatars/messiah/humans or whatever you wanna call, of God Vishnu/or whatever you wanna call ..

anyways derive your own conclusions ----->

God Vishnu, who is the preserver and takes birth on earth from time to time as per vedic,

why fish? Matsya the Fish appeared in the Satya Yuga and represents beginning of life.
The first avatar of vishnu was a fish "Matsya"

1. Matsya, the fish-avatar who saved Manu – the progeniter of mankind from the great deluge and rescued the Vedic scriptures by killing a demon. Story can be found in the Matsya Purana.
2. Kurma, the tortoise-avatar, who helped in the Samudra manthan – the churning of the ocean. Story can be found in the Kurma Purana.
3. Varaha, the boar-avatar, who rescued the earth from the ocean, by killing her kidnapper-demon Hiranyaksha. Story can be found in the Varaha Purana.
4. Narasimha, the half man-half lion avatar, who killed the tyrant demon-king Hiranyakashipu, to rescue the demon's son Prahlada, who was a Vishnu-devotee
5. Vamana, the dwarf-avatar, who subdued the king Maha Bali. Story can be found in the Vamana Purana.
6. Parashurama, sage with the axe who killed the thousand-armed king Kartavirya Arjuna
7. Rama, the king of Ayodhya and the hero of the Hindu epic Ramayana
8. Krishna, the king of Dwarka, a central character in the Bhagavata Purana and the Mahabharata and reciter of Bhagavad Gita. However, in the original Dasavatara stotra, Balarama, the elder brother of Krishna, is stated as the eight incarnation, while Krishna (Lord Kesava) is the source of all the incarnation.
9. Gautama Buddha

The Christian doctrine of the Trinity teaches the unity of Father, Son, and Holy Spirit as three persons/entities....
the Hindu trinity - brahma [creator], vishnu[preserver], shiv [destroyer]
Brahma who is said to create this domain in which everything exists....
vishnu always takes birth/manifests on earth from time to time [to preserve it] and can be considered as the son and rest is quiet obvious....ram,jesus,krishna,buddha
Shiva is the destroyer .... the one who destroys - every second that passes away/time everything .... without time this domain would cease to exist.... its the "holy spirit"
If you read vedic texts and other such works by sages,yogis etc.... you will come to know that every human has kundalini/shakti power in the base chakra and shiva at the top of the head.... which when united together by meditation/yoga etc gives the seeker enlightenment and many powers/siddhis etc and seeker comes to know that he/she is not the body but spirit/soul or whatever .... .... thats your holy spirit inside

another interesting thing is even in Islam the first muslim pagambar is said come via a fish....

At the beginning of the book of John in the New Testament, it states, “In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.” This is actually a verbatim translation of the Vedic Sanskrit mantra: “Prajapatirvai idamagraasit, tasya vag dvitiyaa asit, vag vai paramam Brahma.”

even the pope hat is of fish shaped, the reason is clear from the above pic....

just as said in the beginning of life on earth the fish carried the vishnu and
delivered his message to save the world.. the so called elected
pope acts like the carrier of vishnu or his message

They follow Shiv, whole vatican is Shiv linga shaped, they follow Vishnu, but they deny that.... following Gods secretly but denying the truth and spreading lies won't give their grace and that is a fact....

Catholic church started christianity slowely as it happens everywhere people who didn't liked the order broke away and formed different christian sub church groups, Christianity is a copy of vedic dharma, they just changed the names and all.... people who follow just christ are just following Vishnu.....
truth always comes out....

there are lots of similarities between christ and krishna still we don't say that they were actually the same person.. but different avatars/messiah or just humans or whatever you wanna call, of God Vishnu only,
one thing is for sure that the religion or faith or whatever they preached was actually same..
anyways derive your own conclusions ----->

Jesus christ telling people abt kundalini - from thomas gospel -->

Jesus said to His disciples,
"These infants being suckled are like those who enter the

They said to Him, "Shall we then, as children, enter the

Jesus said to them, "When you make the two one, and when you
make the inside like the outside and the outside like the inside,
and the above like the below, and when you make the male and the
female one and the same, so that the male not be male nor the
female female; and when you fashion eyes in the place of an eye,
and a hand in place of a hand, and a foot in place of a foot, and
a likeness in place of a likeness; then will you enter [the

When Kundalini Shakti passes beyond Ajna (Third Eye), duality (male - female) and ego cease to exist. The gross elements of the individual dissolve into the pure elements of consciousness. The person then starts creating his environment consciously ..what is inside is outside

The fifth gospel of Thomas was written in India - 

It has not been included in the Bible, it was not available to Constantine, who was compiling, and who was deciding what was to be included and what was not to be included. It was because of him that all these ideas and mythologies and fictions have been added to the life of Jesus.

Jesus sent Thomas to south India.

Thomas, is the disciple closest to Jesus. But his sayings are not included in the Bible, because the real Jesus and his closest disciples have to be excluded – they are too dangerous.

Jesus was trained in one of the oldest secret schools.
The school was called Essenes. The teaching of the Essenes is pure Vedanta.That’s why Christians don’t have a record of what happened to Jesus before his thirtieth year.
They have a little record of his childhood, and they have a record after his thirtieth year up to the thirty-third, when he was crucified – they know a few things.

But a phenomenon like Jesus is not an accident; it is a long preparation, it cannot happen just any moment.
Jesus was continuously being prepared during these thirty years.
He was first sent to Egypt and then he came to India.

In Egypt he learned one of the oldest traditions of secret methods, then in India he came to know about the teachings of Buddha, the Vedas, the Upanishads, and he passed through a long preparation.
Those days are not known because Jesus worked in these schools as an unknown disciple.
And Christians have knowingly dropped those records, because they would not like the son of God to also be a disciple of somebody else.
They would not like the very idea that he was prepared, taught, trained – that looks humiliating.
They think the son of God comes absolutely ready.
If you look without, the world of the many exists; if you look within, then the world is one. 

Source - Osho – The Mustard Seed : Commentaries on the Fifth Gospel of Thomas 


What a strange world in which we live! The Catholic Church has always known that Christianity did not begin with Jesus Christ, but yet it tries to make us think it did.

St. Augustine of Hippo (354-430 AD) wrote: "This, in our day, is the Christian religion, not as having been unknown in former times, but as having recently received that name."

Eusebius of Caesarea (circa 283-371 AD) said: "The religion of Jesus Christ is neither new nor strange."

In Anacalypsis, The 17th century British orientalist and iconoclast, Godfrey Higgins, insisted that Christianity was already firmly in place in both the West and the East, many centuries before Jesus Christ was born. He said, The Crestians or Christians of the West probably descended directly from the Buddhists, rather than from the Brahmins. (Vol. 2, pp 438, 439.) [buddhism came from hindus as budhha was himself a hindu prince]

"Melito (a Christian bishop of Sardis) in the year 170, claims the patronage of the emperor, for the now so-called Christian religion, which he calls "our philosophy," on account of its high antiquity, has having been imported from countries lying beyond the limits of the Roman empire, in the region of his ancestor Augustus, who found the importation ominous of good fortune to his government." This is an absolute demonstration that Christianity did not originate in Judea, which was a Roman province, but really was an exotic oriental fable, imported from India, and that Paul was doing as he claimed, viz: preaching a God manifest in the flesh who had been "believed in the world" centuries before his time, and a doctrine which had already been preached "unto every creature under heaven." (Bible Myths and Their Parallels in Other Religions; T. W. Doane, p. 409.)

Stephen Van Eck writes: "Then there is the Hindu epic, the Bhagavad-Gita, a story of the second person of the Hindu Trinity, who took human form as Krishna. Some have considered him a model for the Christ, and it's hard to argue against that when he says things like:

* 'I am the beginning, the middle, and the end' (BG 10:20 vs. Rev. 1:8 ).
* His advent was heralded by a pious old man named Asita, who could die happy knowing of his arrival, a story paralleling that of Simeon in Luke 2:25 .
* Krishna's mission was to give directions to 'the kingdom of God' (BG 2:72), and he warned of 'stumbling blocks' along the way (BG 3:34; 1 Cor. 1:23 ; Rev. 2:14).
* The essential thrust of Krishna's sayings, uttered to a beloved disciple, sometimes seems to coincide with Jesus or the Bible. Compare: 'those who are wise lament neither for the living nor the dead' (BG 2:11) with the sense of Jesus' advice to 'let the dead bury their own dead' (Matt. 8:22 ).
* Krishna's saying, 'I envy no man, nor am I partial to anyone; I am equal to all' (BG 9:29) is a lot like the idea that God is no respecter of persons (Rom. 2:11 ; see also Matt. 6:45 ).
* And 'one who is equal to friends and enemies... is very dear to me' (BG 12:18) is reminiscent of 'love your enemies' (Matt. 5:44 ).
* Krishna also said that 'by human calculation, a thousand ages taken together is the duration of Brahma's one day' (BG 8:17), which is very similar to 2 Peter 3:8.


more info/links -

Walter Raymond Drake (1913 - 1989) -
The Dead Sea Scrolls surprise us by not mentioning Christ or Christianity, the Essene teachings suggest that some of the Christian doctrine originated a century earlier. Nothing is gleamed of Christ from contemporary sources, surprising in an age of classic writers; almost all we know of Him is from Church written by imaginatives decades later. Perhaps Christianity is a Myth necessary to the evolution and inspiration of man during the lost Piscean age? Man’s questing soul soars beyond the dogmatic creeds of yesterday to the cosmic religion of tomorrow.
The oldest source of wisdom in the world must surely spring from India , whose initiates long ago probed the secrets of heaven, the story of Earth, the depths of Man’s soul, and propounded those sublime thoughts which illumined the Magi of Babylon, inspired the philosophers of Greece and worked their subtle influence on the religions of the West. " and read below....

who taught the west the number system? Ancient Indians shared it with the persian,arabs which passed it on, romans first didn't used this number system as it was too much complicated for many people....
for a fast recall abt this you can watch story of 1 by terry jones....
you can read in ancient technology and other sections on this blog how many advanced discoveries Bharatiys made.... everyone wanted to be like the aryas because they were so much advanced and spiritual .... and they will always say that oh this came from romans this came from egyptians blah blah but never will tell the source....

They had great faith in vedic texts/scriptures that lead them to believe that earth is flat.... as they misinterpreted the vedic sanskrit text/scriptures ....and the inability to understand the correct meaning of sanskrit/vedic text/scriptures lead them to believe all this....

Richard L. Thompson. He explains the world and universe from the Srimad Bhagavatam's cosmological viewpoint.

Surya Siddhanta is also another great Bharatiya astronomy work

1. Bell, Book and Candle – the major symbols of Christmas are nothing but reminiscent of Hindu temple where bell is a must, book refers to holy book and candle is equivalent of Deepak or light of Yajna. Bell is derived from Sanskrit word "Bal" meaning strength. Bell is used in temples to provide strength to prayers.

2. The ancient Vedic custom of applying ash or sandalwood paste to the body is still retained by Christianity in the observance of Ash Wednesday. The so-called “All Soul’s Day” is an exact translation of the Vedic observance of Sarva Pitri Amavasya, the day fixed by tradition for the worship of all deceased ancestors.

Pope derives from "PaapaH" meaning remover of or absolver from Sin.
Vatican derives from "Vatika" which means a hermitage. In Vedic tradition, sages used to live in hermitages.(Ashrama-Vatica" or "Dharma-Vatica" or "Ananda-Vatica.)
Priest and Abbot derive from "Purohit" and "Bhat" respectively, both signifying Vedic priests.
Pontiff is a corruption of the Sanskrit term 'puntah'.
Saint obviously is offshoot of 'Sant'. Apostle is Sanskrit 'Aap-Sthal' signifying one who proceeds from place to place [for preaching]

1. World Vedic Heritage Vol 1,2 – PN Oak
2. Christianity is Krishna Neeti – PN Oak
(Publisher: Hindi Sahitya Sadan, N Delhi, India

The term “vestry” in referring to the room in churches in which holy clothes are kept comes from the Sanskrit word vestra, meaning clothes. Even the word “psalm” with a silent “P” comes from the Sanskrit word sam or sama which means holy and serious sacred songs, hymns or chants, as found in the Sama-veda.

Other Christian links with Sanskrit words can be found in the name Bethlehem, which is the English mispronunciation of the Sanskrit Vatsaldham, which means “the home (town) of the darling child.” The Sanskrit term Nandarath is linguistically connected with Nazareth. Nandarath means Nanda’s chariot, and King Nanda was the guardian at whose village he nurtured Lord Krishna (sometimes pronounced as Chrisn, and later Christ in some regions).

This piece is at present on view in the Etruscan Museum at the Vatican in Rome. Encyclopedia Britannica mentions under the headings "Etruria" and "Etruscan" that between the 2nd and 7th centuries BC, northern Italy was known as Etruria. During excavations many such "meteoric stones mounted on carved pedestals" are discovered in Italy.
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answer to this question is in Linga purana....

>>The sages said, “We know that a linga is Shiva’s image. But why is Shiva worshipped in the form of a linga?”

Lomaharshana recounted the following story.

Many years ago, at the end of a destruction, there was water everywhere in the universe and the universe was shrouded in darkness. Vishnu slept on the water in his form of Narayana.

Brahma discovered Vishnu sleeping thus and woke him up. Failing to recognize Vishnu, he asked, “Who are you and what are you doing here?”

Vishnu woke up and noticed Brahma standing there. He smiled and said, “How are you, Brahma? Is everything well with my son?’

“How dare you call me your son?’ demanded Brahma. “I am Brahma, the lord of everything. I am the creator of the universe. How dare anyone call me his son?”

“You seem to have forgotten everything,” said Vishnu. “I am Vishnu and you were born from me. That is the reason why I addressed you as my son.”

Brahma did not accept this and started to fight with Vishnu. While the two were thus grappling, a shining linga suddenly appeared. It was almost as if the linga had emerged to settle Brahma and Vishnu’s dispute. The linga rose way up into the sky and it seemed to have no beginning or end.

“What on earth is this pillar of fire doing here?” Vishnu asked Brahma. “Let us investigate it. Why don’t you go up and see where it ends? As for me, I shall proceed downwards. Let us meet after a while and compare notes.”

Brahma agreed to do this. He adopted the form of a swan and flew up. Vishnu adopted the form of a boar and went down. No matter how further down Vishnu went, he could find no end to the linga. Nor could Brahma discover its upper extremity.

They returned and were amazed to find that neither had been able to find the end of the linga. They realized that they must be in the presence of a power that was greater than their own. They therefore began to pray to the linga and the sound of the mantra (incantation) om echoed all around the linga. Shiva appeared from within the linga in the form of a sage named Vedanama. He told them that it was the linga which was the origin of the universe. It was from the linga that the primordial egg (anda), the origin of the universe, had been created.

Shiva also taught Brahma and Vishnu the sacred gayatri mantra. He told Brahma and Vishnu, “We are all three part of the same supreme brahman. Brahma is the creator, Vishnu is the preserver and I am the destroyer. Don’t fight amongst yourselves.”

Ever since that day, Shiva has been worshipped in the form of a linga..


Generally mostly shiva linga is considered as the union of Purusha (Shiva) and Prikriti (Shiva's energy, Shakti) generates the universe, an idea manifested in the union of the Linga of Shiva and Yoni of Devi creating the universe .... male and female balance is needed to open heart chakra -- > 3rd eye ++

* shiva linga denotes shiva's third eye as it could be easily observed by the below picture that the symbol on shiva 3rd eye position is made on the shiva linga also..



as per hindu version there is Isha/Isa upanishad --->

This Upanishad derives its title from the opening words Isa–vasya, “God–covered.” The use of Isa (Lord)–a more personal name of the Supreme Being than Brahman, Atman or Self, the names usually found in the Upanishads–constitutes one of its peculiarities. It forms the closing chapter of the Yajur–Veda, known as Shukla (White). Oneness of the Soul and God, and the value of both faith and works as means of ultimate attainment are the leading themes of this Upanishad. The general teaching of the Upanishads is that works alone, even the highest, can bring only temporary happiness and must inevitably bind a man unless through them he gains knowledge of his real Self. To help him acquire this knowledge is the aim of this and all Upanishads.

so kinda all religions are different paths to the same God/brahman-shakti/allah or whatever you would like to call ..
ISA is a personal name of the supreme being as told in the upanishad .. the oneness of the soul and the God

the supreme creator is one and all these avatars/prophets/messiahs are the people who reached oneness of their soul and god or something like that ..

as per vedic dharma also you are free to worship or pray to any god/goddess/deities.... its upto the individual ....

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Though not generally known in this day and age, Godfrey Higgins (1772-1833), archeologist, politician, humanitarian, social reformer, and author, was one of the most enlightened and educated men of early 19th century England. He was a well-known iconoclast, rationalist, and admirer of the Jews, who vehemently opposed any kind of persecution of this ancient religious group. He wrote two oversized volumes, totaling around 1600 pages of fine print, about the Jews' Indian origins. These two volumes, entitled Anacalypsis, are extremely rare. The last printing was done in 1965 by University Books, NY. It's a difficult book to read because the author painstakingly proved the minutest of details in his dissertation.


- above all everyone keeps saying ancient manuscripts what does it means
'handwritten scripts'? but why 'manu' scripts?

Manu = "Satyavrata" (One with the oath of truth)

well Manu [मनु] is a title accorded to the progenitor of mankind, and also the very first king to rule this earth, who saved mankind from the universal flood.
He was the one to give the knowledge to sages/rishis to write the first laws for humans known as 'Manusmriti' [मनुस्मृति] [Smriti (Sanskrit: स्मृति)] literally "that which is remembered," refers to a specific body of Hindu religious scripture/text]

The text presents itself as a discourse given by Manu to a group of seers, or rishis, who beseech him to tell them the "law of all the social classes". All future Dharmaśāstras followed it and yeh corrupted it also.

The word Man surely originates from Manu or "Manav" .Manav[hindi/sanskrit] means 'Human' in english.


In Sanskrit, the name Manu appropriately came to mean "man" or "mankind" (since Manu, or Noah, was the father of all post-flood mankind). The word is related to the Germanic Mannus,2 the founder of the West Germanic peoples. Mannus was mentioned by the Roman historian Tacitus in his book Germania.3 Mannus is also the name of the Lithuanian Noah.4 Another Sanskrit form, manusa is closely related to the Swedish manniska,5 both words meaning "human being."

The same name may even be reflected in the Egyptian Menes (founder of the first dynasty of Egypt) and Minos (founder and first king of Crete). Minos was also said in Greek mythology to be the son of Zeus and ruler of the sea.6

The English word "man" is thus also related to the Sanskrit manu, as well as its equivalents in other Germanic languages. Gothic, the oldest known Germanic language, used the form Manna, and also gaman ("fellow man").

so he was noah or adam?

"Manu" is a title that is held by numerous characters in Hinduism.

Manvantara or Manuvantara , or age of a Manu, the Hindu progenitor of mankind, is an astronomical period of time measurement. Manvantara is a Sanskrit sandhi, a combination of words manu and antara, manu-antara or manvantara, literally meaning the duration of a Manu, or his life span .

Each Manvantara is created and ruled by a specific Manu, who in turn is created by Brahma, the Creator himself. Manu creates the world, and all its species during that period of time, each Manvantara lasts the lifetime of a Manu, upon whose death, Brahma creates another Manu to continue the cycle of Creation or Shristi, Vishnu on his part takes a new avtar, and also a new Indra and Saptarishis are appointed.

Eventually it takes 14 Manus and their respective Manvantaras to create a Kalpa, Aeon, or a ‘Day of Brahma’, according to the Hindu Time Cycles and also the Vedic timeline. Thereafter, at the end of each Kalpa, there is a period - same as Kalpa - of dissolution or Pralaya , wherein the world (earth and all life forms, but not the entire universe itself) is destroyed and lies in a state of rest, which is called the, ‘Night of Brahma’.

After that the creator, Brahma starts his cycle of creation all over again, in an endless cycle of creation followed by Destruction for which Shiva, Hindu God of destruction, and also renewal, is invoked towards the end of each such cycle.

1 human year = 1 Ahoratra for God (1 day and 1 night)

360 [Ahoratra]s of Gods = 1 Deva Vatsara

12,000 Man Years = 1 Chaturyuga

(4800 Man Years of Krita yuga, 3600 Man Years of Treta Yuga, 2400 Man Years of Dvapara Yuga, & 1200 Man Years of Kali Yuga)

71 Chaturyugas = 1 Manvantaram (1 life span of Manu)

14 Manvantaras = 1 kalpa (1 day of Brahma)

2 Kalpas = 1 day + 1 Ahoratra

360 days of Brahma = 1 Brahma varsha

100 Brahma varsha = 1 life span of Brahma.

if a person says he is a follower of Sanātana Dharma and still hates muslims/ christians/buddhists/modern hindus or any other religion/cult then he is not following his dharma ....
the main thing is to realize is its all the same.... just corrupted all over the years .... every person is to be judged by his/her own character/deeds not by civilization/faith/religion.... you can't blame an entire race for actions of few.... evil/bad people are everywhere and good people are also everywhere....

-most modern hindus eat flesh and they cut animal from behind the neck [called jatka meat]
muslims kill animals from the throat side [called halal meat]
and modern hindus wont eat halal meat and vice versa ....
it doesnt matter how you kill that animal .... sin is sin , bad karma.
its only righteous to take another life to defend yourself/family or another being.

Then there are people who preach oneness and still kill and eat animals.... what oneness? just for humans?

people take life of another being and then they end up in some temple/masjid/church praying to god.... whats the point?

Sanātana dharma faith forbids eating of flesh.... above all you don't need someone or some book to tell you its wrong to kill others and eat flesh .... everyone knows that....

some people give logic about plants also have life and all that stuff .... for those click the below link....

the golden rule of all religions - go veg / vegan - 
Why Vegan or veg? -

READ if you havn't -

in bible also - The sixth of the ten commandments reads, “Thou shall not kill.” The New International Version translates it, “Thou shall not murder.”

Genesis 1:29 - Then God said, "I give you every seed-bearing plant on the face of the whole earth and every tree that has fruit with seed in it. They will be yours for food.

God in bible says - created plants++ for food.... doesn't says kill animals and feast on their flesh....

Genesis 1:28 - Then God said, "Let us make man in our image, in our likeness, and let them rule over the fish of the sea and the birds of the air, over the livestock, over all the earth, and over all the creatures that move along the ground."

God according to bible gives dominion over animals/lesser creatures.... doesn't says start killing and eating their flesh....

*then after reading this most will try to justify killing by giving excuse that this was before the sin or something like that .. then they wait for their so called golden age of peace and without sin.. when they themselves don't want to stop sinning.. denying the most important laws of their religion by giving manipulated random quotes..

There is nothing humane or civilized about eating dead bodies ], taking life and freedom of another creature just to cook its dead body, just to fill your belly for few hours. No slaughter is humane. Animals love, show emotions and protect their young ones.. respect the freedom of other creature. Ignoring their screams and still killing them.. then giving excuses about plant life..

1.FRUITS fall automatically from the tree, tree wants you to eat it and spread the seeds. (or you can even pluck them yourself tree doesn't mind.

2. grains, pulses etc are end products of plant life, farmer takes care of them for their whole life span and in the end they give out that stuff which can be eaten and more can be produced from it for next season.

still care about plant life? stop plucking flowers also! they look good attached to the plant only!

Use alternatives and chose not to harm slaughter is humane.. food chain is for those who don't have a choice.. don't preprogram children into flesh eaters

(*unconditional love and mercy is very important according to all religions/spiritual faiths)

*All religions say the same thing "do onto others what you want to be done to yourself" it doesn't says animals or humans for it includes all living beings as all are souls experiencing life in different bodies.

Sanatana Dharma

Sanatana Dharma regards person as a part of the Whole....
No race or faith is superior and no color or creed is inferior.
Everyone on earth is to learn and make his/her own way to the salvation. Those who understand the pain of others and are willing to sacrifice themselves for the good of others attain salvation faster.... and for those who get stuck in mortal desires, greed and all.... will stay stuck in the cycle of rebirth-deth-hell/heaven....

everyone is given the freedom of choice.... it doesnt matter if you call god by any name nor does it matters to which religion you belong .... whether you are christian/muslim/hindu/buddhist......
Sanatana Dharma is the guideline given to humans to understand what this earth is all about .... its like a RPG game in which the one who becomes purist gains salvation [escape from the cycle of rebirth and deth] which is nothing but getting to the next spiritual level....
will you take another human/animal's life for your own sake? or rather defend/sacrifice yourself/die ? will you inflict pain [mentally/physically] onto other beings? or rather choose to take their pain on yourself?

Each human has the supreme inside ....

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Aryanblood [untoten reich] doesn't believe in worshiping of humans
we just believe in god [the superpower/energy which created this universe] ....

-These FACTS are only provided so that people can realize that all religions have a common source which have been corrupted over time. So stop hating eachother in the name of religion/GOD or whatever....

religions are many but the source is same ....