Krishna, Was Christ One Of His Incarnation. By James Dazouloute

Lord Krishna symbolizes Pure Love. Love for life, Love for your brothers and sisters, Love for happiness, Love for animals, Love for helping others, Love for righteousness, Love for forgiveness, Love for compassion, Love for fighting for others, Love for restoring what is lost, Love for the weak, Love for providing what is needed, Love that causes all causes... And 5000 years ago, He decided to come down and walk amongst mankind and live, and help, and love them and fight for them. And 2000 years ago Christ came down from Heaven to walk amongst mankind and live, and help, and love them, and fight for them, and even die for their sins and repay the Father God in full for them.

Krishna did unbelievable miracles, the likes of which were not performed for another 3000 years. He also spread love, put in check the demi-gods who forgot their places and duty, and fought demons day and night. And so did The Christ who spread love, who fought demons and fallen angels day and night, who performed unbelievable miracles, who spread love and who taught how to live. And if you take the time to study, you will notice that all Major Religions have many themes in common, as if they borrow from each other 75% of events, of customs and of traditions. After all, the majority of all that is done in Christianity had already been done in older Religions, and have been drafted in or adopted into it. So What Do You Think About Krishna And Christ?... Your Spiritual Advocate, James Dazouloute

So let us get to know a little about Krishna:
Mother Earth, unable to bear the burden of sins committed by evil kings and rulers, appealed to Brahma, the Creator for help. Brahma prayed to the Supreme Lord Vishnu, who assured him that he would soon be born on earth to annihilate tyrannical forces.

One such evil force was Kamsa, the ruler of Mathura (in northern India) and his people were utterly terrified of him. On the day Kamsa's sister Devaki was married off to Vasudeva, an akashvani or voice from the sky was heard prophesying that Devaki's 8th son would be the destroyer of Kamsa. The frightened Kamsa immediately unsheathed his sword to kill his sister but Vasudeva intervened and implored Kamsa to spare his bride, and promised to hand over every new born child to him. Kamsa relented but imprisoned both Devaki and her husband Vasudeva.

Krishna is the eighth avatar or reincarnation of the god Vishnu. Also Krishna is one of the most popular Hindu gods. Tradition holds that Krishna saw Vishnu in a vision in which the former deity told Krishna to destroy Kamsa son of a demon, a tyrannical ruler of the world. Krishna's mother, Devaki, was Kamsa's half-sister. Kamsa already killed her first six sons because he had been told one of her sons would kill him. Krishna' brother, Devaki's seventh child, Balarama was miraculously saved by Vishnu.

Krishna was also saved when exchanged by his parents for the daughter of a herdsman Nanda and his wife Yasoda (the daughter was also a divine being, an incarnation of Maya). With his foster parents Krishna spent a happy life playing boyish pranks and seducing the gopis (cow girls) and other rustic maidens. They found his flute playing irresistible.

The Vedas say Krishna is the original person, but that He always appears young and attractive. He knows everything, He contains all of reality, and all other living beings are His inseparable parts. He is the all-powerful, supreme controller of all energies. He is known by different names in different cultures (such as God, Allah, and Jehovah, for example).

Sometimes Krishna sends His representatives—as saints, prophets, or His sons—to teach humankind about Him, and sometimes He comes Himself, as He did approximately 3000 B.C. He spoke the spiritual and philosophical teachings known as the Bhagavad-gita, which explains the essence of our spiritual identity and our relationship with God.





Comparison of the Jesus and Krishna Myths
The Hindu Krishna Myth  The Christian Jesus Myth
1. Krishna is the son of the Virgin Devaki. 1. Jesus is the son of the Virgin Mary.
2. Krishna's birth occurs while his foster father, Nanda, is in his native city to pay taxes to the king, King Kansa. 2. Jesus' birth occurs while his foster father, Joseph, is in his native city to pay taxes to the Governor.
3. King Kansa tried to kill Krishna by ordeing the slaughter of all males born on the same day as Krishna. 3. King Herod ordered the slaughter of all infants born on the same day as Jesus.
Source: St. Matthew, 2:16.
4. The Virgin Devaki is told by an angel, "In thy delivery, O favored among women, all nations shall have cause to rejoice." 4. The Virgin Mary is told by an angel, "Hail, thou that art highly favored, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women. ... Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found favor with God. And, behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb, and bring forth a son, and shalt call his name JESUS. He shall be great, and shall be called the Son of the Highest: and the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of his father David: And he shall reign over the house of Jacob forever; and of his kingdom there shall be no end."
Source: St. Luke 1:28-33.
5. The nativity of Krishna is heralded by a star. 5. The nativity of Jesus is heralded by a star.
6. Krishna is born in a cave.
The cave story is an indication of lower-class birthplace.
6. Jesus is born in a cave. 
Source: The Apocryphal Gospel entitled Protevangelion, supposedly written by James, the brother of Jesus.
The manger story (wherein Jesus was born in a stable) is an indication of a low-class birthplace.
7. Krishna is visited in the cave by three wise men bearing gifts. 7. Jesus is visited in the stable/cave by three wise men bearing gifts.
8. The cave was mysteriously illuminated. 8. The cave was illuminated so brightly Joseph and Mary's midwife could not tolerate the light. 
Source: The Apocryphal Gospel Protevangelion.
9. Nanda is warned by an angel to flee from King Kansa by crossing the Jumna River with the infant Krishna. 9. Joseph is warned in a dream to flee from King Herod into Egypt with the infant Jesus and the Virgin Mary.
10. The baby Krishna began speaking to his mother shortly after birth. 10. The baby Jesus began speaking to the Virgin Mary shortly after his birth, saying, "Mary, I am Jesus, the Son of God, that WORD which thou didst bring forth according to the declaration of the Angel Gabriel to thee, and my Father hath sent me for the salvation of the world." 
Source: The Apocryphal Gospel, The First Gospel of the Infancy.
11. Krishna performs miracles in Mathura. 11. Jesus performs miracles in the town of Materea in Egypt.
12. Krishna is the second person of the Hindu Trinity: (1) Brahma, (2) Vishnu, (3) Siva. Krishna is the incarnation of Vishnu. 12. Jesus is the second person of the Christian Trinity: (1) God, the Father, (2) Jesus the Son, (3) the Holy Ghost.
13. Krishna was crucified. 13. Jesus was crucified.
14. During the crucifixion, Krishna was wounded by an arrow. 14. During the crucifixion, Jesus was wounded by a spear.
15. At noon on the day of Krishna's crucifixion, the sun darkened. 15. From the sixth hour to the ninth hour on the day of Jesus' crucifixion, the sun darkened.
16. Krishna descended into Hell.
He raised the dead.
He brought back two boys from Hell.
16. Jesus descended into Hell.
He raised the dead.
He brought back from Hell two boys, the sons of the high priest.
Source: The Apocryphal Gospel of Nicodemus.


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