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« : 10.05.2021 01:03:08 »

Rupesin näin äitienpäivän päätteeksi katselemaan TV2:kkosen Spirituaaliset-sarjaa.
Yhden osa stara, kaupunkimystikko Veli-Matti Auruksenaho väittää että brahmavaivarta-puraaNassa
on Krishnan ennustus noin 5000 vuotta sitten, notta 5000 vuoden kuluttua tulee planeetallamme
suuri muutos, tai jotain.

Noh, puraaNain iästä on tutkijoilla hyvin vaihtelevia käsityksiä; joidenkin mukaan jotkut niistä
on laadittu vain muutama sata vuotta sitten, jos oikein muistan. Oli miten oli, nyt on joka iikalla
mahdollisuus tsekata mitä Krishna on tokaissut? Vaatimattomat 1700 pdf-sivua:

https://archive.org/details/brahma-vaivarta-purana-all-four-kandas-english-translation

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Cool, löysin oikopolun niille jotka ei viitsi kahlata läpi koko opusta (sämppeli):

https://www.bvashram.org/prophecy-of-the-golden-age-from-brahma-vaivarta-purana/

The following are ten verses from the Brahma-vaivarta Purana that were spoken by Lord Krishna to Mother Ganga just before the beginning of Kali yuga (the age of quarrel and strife). Kali yuga began approximately five thousand years ago, and it has a duration of 432,000 years, leaving us with 427,000 till the end of the present age. [For a description of Kali yuga, please read the related article “Predictions for the age of Kali”.] Within this 432,000 year period, there is a period of 10,000 years that will be a golden age. That golden age is being described below by Lord Sri Krishna. This text is taken from the Brahma-vaivarta Purana


Text 49

bhagarathy uvaca
he natha ramanashreshtha
yasi golokamuttamam
asmakam ka gatishcatra
bhavishyati kalau yuge

Translation:

Ganges said: O protector, Supreme enjoyer, on your departure for the perfect abode, Goloka, thereafter what will be my situation in the age of kali?

(Jos sanskritin harrastaminen kiinnostaa, ei kande lukee allaolevia substandardeja
translitteraatioita! Pitkät vokaalit loistavat poissa olollaan, mikä lähes laukaisee
migreenin meitsillä...)

Text 50

sri-bhagavan uvaca [par: shrii bhagavaan uvaaca]
kaleh pancasahasrani
varshani tishtha bhutale
papani papino yani
tubhyam dasyanti snanatah

Translation:

The blessed Lord said: On the earth 5,000 years of kali will be sinful and sinners will deposit their sins in you by bathing.

Comments:

We have presently passed through just over 5,000 years of Kali yuga. As was predicted by Lord Krishna, this period from the end of the previous age to the present comprising 5,000 years was a period of great degradation and darkness. The great and ancient Vedic culture of India was lost and the so-called followers became ritualistic practitioners, interested only in the bodily conception of life. The four pillars of spiritual life, namely truthfulness, austerity, cleanliness, and mercy are practically nonexistent today, even in the so-called holy sites of pilgrimage. The general mass of people have no interest in God, and any remnant of religion they might still follow is simply for the purpose of economic development. In the name of God so many sinful acts are being carried out throughout the world. Killing of innocent animals, intoxication, illicit sex, and gambling have become common and “natural” activities supported by the governments and religions of the world. All of these points confirm Lord Krishna’s prediction regarding the first 5,000 years of the Kali yuga.

Text 51

(Lisäys) Jaahans, kun pidemmälle lukee herää epäilys, että teksti on jonkun harekrishnan joskus muutamia satoja vuosia sitten laatima, LOL!

Wiki:

Although a version may have existed in late 1st millennium CE, its extant version was likely composed in the 15th or 16th-century in the Bengal region of Indian subcontinent.[1][2][3] Another text, with a similar-sounding title, called Brahmakaivarta Purana also exists, is related, but was likely revised somewhere in South India.[2] Numerous versions of this Purana exist, in up to 274 or 276 chapters, all claiming to be either part of, or manuscripts of the Brahmavaivarta Purana or the Brahmakaivarta Purana.[5]

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brahmavaivarta   or n. `" metamorphoses of Brahma1 "' (who is identified with Kr2ishn2a)N. of a Pura1n2a (one of the most modern of the 18 , containing prayers and invocations addressed to Kr2ishn2a with narratives about his loves for the Gopi1s and Ra1dha1 &c.) VP. Pan5car. (IW. 514 &c.)
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