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1/25/2016 4:16:41 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Let me quote blogger Ajit Vadakayil:

Maharishis penned down the Vedas after nearly 25 millenniums on the oral route in 5000 BC. They knew Kaliyug would degrade human DNA making it impossible to commit humongous amount of verses into human memory.

Nikola Tesla converted to Hinduism after a meeting with Swami Vivekananda . Albert Einstein's intellect is NOT even the dirt under the finger nail of Tesla.

In Aug 2011, NASA finally said that life came on planet earth from a black meteorite shower . This dissolution and creation of the cosmos takes place at regular intervals.

The black Shiva Lingam stones rained on earth from a binary star named MARTHANDA in our Vedas.

Emotions like anger and fear can "compress" DNA, However, emotions like joy, gratitude and love unwind the the DNA, decompress it!

When properly activated by Sanskrit sound mantras combined with intention, the superconductor that is DNA is designed to re-harmonize the entire bio energy blueprint.

There is a connection between DNA and consciousness . The brain and the DNA are transducers for quantum information from the scalar field.

Every cell of your body contains the creative power of the universe. Every DNA has its own melody, as energy and matter is musical in nature.

there are NO compulsions in Hinduism.

you need NOT focus on an idol--

if you insists you can choose your ISHTA DEVATA idol.( choice)

there is NO FIAT that you must look into empty space-- or look at a man bleeding to death-- or a fat man- or a naked man-- or whatever.

for Hindus AGNI is the most important-- because there can be NO hindu wedding without FIRE GOD as witness .

even if we do NOT pray there is NO problem--as god resides within us as brahmAn.-- the FIELD .

allah is just lifted from brahman -- ALL and AH are BEEJ MANTRAS of the sahasrara chakra.

fire is the only thing on this cosmos which cannot be polluted and which does NOT care for gravity.

every YAJNA or YAGAM is an act of expressing gratitude .

The offering is simple"GHEE , PALASHA , ( flame of the forest ) / PIPAL dried sticks etc
Yajna is also called Yaga.

YAJ means worship. This is lifted by Muslims to he HAJ.

H and J are interchanged quite often " there are people abroad who called me aHit instead of aJit.

Western historians who write that YAJNA is a sacrifice are STUPID.

Oblations meant for other deities like Rudra, Vishnu, Indra, Varuna, Vayu etcare all made in the holy AGNI ( fire )"which is a single medium, while facing EAST..

What is done with devotion is yajna .

What is done with faith is sraddha.

Brahmins ( married ones only with wife living ) while performing Yajna tied the sikha in a knot and the poonulu ( sacred thread ) on the left shoulder.

Chanakya swore that he would NOT tie his Kudumi till he brought down the mighty Nanda empire " all shat in their royal dhoties- as he was relinquishing his right to do a Yajna till he redeemed his ledge.

When doing Shradd the sikha ( hair ) must be worn loose and the sacred thread must rest on the right shoulder.

Sanyasins cannot have a shikha or a poonulu. When they renounce the world they also renounce the rites for the fathers and cease to worship the pantheon of deities.

Every ritual in Hinduism has a purpose . There are NO elaborate Vedic rituals . The elaborate and ridiculous rituals in various vernacular languages ( like Agama in Tamil ) were introduced by the white invader using their fake mutts . Rituals are intelligent means or tools to achieve an end.

There is NO element of superstition in them. I once handed over command of my ship to my Chief Officer. As I was handing over I could feel that he was still thinking like a 3 striper rather than a 4 striper. He himself felt that the promotion was sort of beyond him and he was not yet ready .

So I made him do a simple ritual. I made him write down his name and current rank on a piece of paper and made him burn it on my desk top. Then I made him write his name with Capt prefix on his name and put it in his shirt pocket. I could see the change immediately .

My Chief officer was amazed as how a small ritual made him change hisy mindset.

12 strand DNA seers disappeared 6000 years ago.

Opposing forces Tamas and Rajas are connected through consciousness ( yin-yang ). The middle prong of Shiva"s trident is Sattwa. It is about quantum possibility vortex vibrations, between two poles, we call the cosmic dance of Shiva from either side of the Quantum screen... Together they express the great void at absolute peace with itself. To activate the third eye of Shiva, or to perceive higher dimensions, the pineal gland ( soul ) and the pituitary glands ( body ) must vibrate in resonance to create a field. This is represented by Samudra manthan in Hindu mythology, where mount meru is used to churn the oceans for Amrit or Ambrosia in a to and fro movement , representing vibrations.. The amrit of the ambrosia or Soma is the holy grail. This is what the Templar knights got after excavating King Solomon's temple. Soma is a divine LSD-- rather a million times more powerful DMT. A 12 strand Maharishi with NIL junk DNA can produce it naturally, by resonating his pineal gland with his DNA, and achieve telepathy and psychic teleportation. The psychedelic journeys are accessed and experienced within the realms of the pineal gland. The pineal gland is the Shiva lingam. Serotonin has the same chemical structure as this hallucinogenic substance Soma. Serotonin is transformed into melatonin only in the pineal gland. Decline in melatonin is the trigger for the aging process, for Melatonin is the super-oxidant of nature. The hormone Melatonin, induces sleep, while Serotonin, keeps you happy and in a balanced mental state of mind. PROZAC raises serotonin. The pineal gland produces Pinoline, ( 6-methoxy-tetra-dydro-beta carboline, or 6-MeO-THBC ) . Pinoline also resonates with the very pulse of life 7.83 Hertz, the pulse the DNA uses to replicate, and which has been measured to be emitted from the brains and hands of all successful healers, regardless of belief or faith. OM king mantra is 7.843 hertz. Resonance can vibrate the pineal gland, to release Nuerotransmitter seratonin, melatonin, DMT, etc. If you have a strong enough sense of consciousness you will taste a huge pituitary release in the back of your mouth and sinuses and throat, it is referred to as ambrosia ( amrit -- mental orgasm discharge ) . This is a result of DMT production . DMT is the spirit molecule that bends space-time. Pineal DMT is the chemical messenger which links body and spirit. Dimethyltryptamine, a psychedelic tryptamine Pinoline enables the threshold levels of DMT to become active in the brain, but it requires an instant bungee jump induced adrenaline burst. DMT with Pinoline increases brain activation multi fold. You cant observe the quantum world without your Pineal gland -- the other 5 senses have too narrow bandwidths. Quantum physics has showed the ancient Indian Yogis were NOT mere dreamers of cosmic consciousness, where our bodies, our brain and its mind, as inextricably joined with other matter and the mega dipole of universe . There is indeed a connection between consciousness and tangled state quantum phenomena Indian Vedic maharishis had the inherent ability to go on either side of the narrow band of five human senses. THEY COULD TRANSCEND THE SENSES AND LIMITATION OF SPACE-TIME. They firmly believed that the invisible below the quantum screen gives rise to the visible. At the time of death Seratonin and Melatonin in the brain breaks down to Dimethyltryptamine or DMT, C12 N2 H16, just after the oxygen stops circulating. This is the moment for the ultimate DMT trip. You see your whole past life as FRACTAL dvine geometry. When you consume Soma, colours , sounds and numbers all show up as fractal geometry. What you have learnt in the past is of no use to you. As you breathe in the oxygen enters
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1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.
It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.
But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.
Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....
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1/25/2016 7:12:58 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
Lord Shiva cartoon

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"What Donald Trump is doing is representing the absolute heartbreak, and anger, and frustration at a government gone mad."

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1/25/2016 7:16:55 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.
It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.
But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.
Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

"If one loves Krishna, he must love Lord Jesus also. And if one perfectly loves Jesus he must love Krishna too. If he says, "Why shall I love Krishna? I shall love Jesus," then he has no knowledge. And if one says, "Why shall I love Jesus? I shall love Krishna", then he has no knowledge either. If one understands Krishna, then he will understand Jesus. If one understands Jesus, you"ll understand Krishna too"

(Srila Prabhupada " Room conversation with Allen Ginsberg,

https://achronicleofkarma.wordpress.com...
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1/25/2016 8:32:29 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/25/2016 4:16:41 PM, TREssspa wrote:
Let me quote blogger Ajit Vadakayil:

Probably because of long rambling posts like this one.
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1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....
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1/26/2016 4:19:27 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
QUOTE If one loves Krishna, he must love Lord Jesus also. And if one perfectly loves Jesus he must love Krishna too.UNQUOTE

Jesus was a mortal.

He studied in Kodungullur University.

Who founded christianity? Jesus?

APOLLONIUS OF TYANA

there were 18 temples were erected in honor of APOLLONIUS OF TYANA, but none for Jesus Christ. The first temple after Antioch came in Kodungallur when St Thomas came to Kerala..

Thousands of followers of Apollonius of Tyna were put to death "and lot of the survivors came running to Calicut " they were NOT Jews"they were Hindus , a sect named MANICHAEANS..

Even today Christian In Kerala call each other CHAENS . ( chayyan )

Jesus Christ was unknown till the convention at Nicea in 325AD. Emperor Constantine exhumed the memory of Jesus Christ and deleted Apollonius of Tyana.

Constantine the Great WAS THE 57TH Emperor of the Roman Empire. The medieval church upheld him as a paragon of virtue and boosted Jesus Christ as the messiah.

The Church of the Holy Sepulchre, was built on Constantine"s orders at the site of Jesus' tomb in Jerusalem (sic ) and this became the holiest place in Christendom. He is the man who created the Pope system.

It was the Pope who DELETED Apollonius of Tyana from all records.

Christianity which sprouted from Antioch was NOT of Jesus , but of Apollonius of Tyana. His name is attached to the city's temple, Apollo Daphne.

Emperor Nero of Roma had put him in prison.

CHRISTIANITY SPOUTED FROM HINDUS FOLLOWERS OF INDIAN APPOLLONIUS OF TYNA FROM ANTIOCH " NOT JESUS CHRIST. THIS MEANS KERALA CHRISTIANS ARE THE SENIOR MOST ON THIS PLANET.

A LOT OF THEM NOW BEEDING INSIDE THEIR HEARTS THINKING THEY ARE MEAN JEWS CAN NOW BE PROUD OF THIS LEGACY . APOLLONIUS WAS CONSIDERED A GOD IN HIS TIME, UNLIKE JESUS.

Apollonius was for some time at the isle of Patmos where he wrote the first book of Revelation.

The popularity of GOD Apollonius became a threat to the decaying Roman Empire. In 325 AD, at the Council of Nicae, emperor Constantine and his handpicked bishops devised the New Christianity and New Testament which would turn attention away from Appolonius, to a unknown Judean by the name of Jesus.

Why was the library of Alexandria burnt ?

Christianity is derived from 'Krishna Neeti'.
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1/26/2016 3:11:57 PM
Posted: 1 year ago
At 1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

No, that is how dogs and monkeys are trained.in the lab.

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....

There is personal responsibility and accountability. No one is going to pay for your sins or reward you for your good deeds. The individuals goal is to transcend the physical boundaries.
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1/26/2016 3:29:07 PM
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At 1/26/2016 3:11:57 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

No, that is how dogs and monkeys are trained.in the lab.

What about your kids? are they dogs and monkeys too?? Rewarding good behavior and punishing wrong behavior is common sense.

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....

There is personal responsibility and accountability. No one is going to pay for your sins or reward you for your good deeds. The individuals goal is to transcend the physical boundaries.

Then obviously you have no idea what Christianity is, which would be personal responsibility and accountability, hence reaping and sowing. Read your Bible.
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1/26/2016 10:17:26 PM
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At 1/26/2016 3:29:07 PM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/26/2016 3:11:57 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

No, that is how dogs and monkeys are trained.in the lab.

What about your kids? are they dogs and monkeys too?? Rewarding good behavior and punishing wrong behavior is common sense.

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....

There is personal responsibility and accountability. No one is going to pay for your sins or reward you for your good deeds. The individuals goal is to transcend the physical boundaries.

Then obviously you have no idea what Christianity is, which would be personal responsibility and accountability, hence reaping and sowing. Read your Bible.

Christians follow their beliefs out of fear of eternal damnation. They believe they are cursed and the sins of Adam and Eve are passed onto them. Hindus have no fear of eternal damnation nor do they see themselves as born sinners. That is why they have no need to worship the corpse of a deluded Jewish rabbi nailed to a cross who was offered as human sacrifice. Only Christians can believe in such barbaric primitive nonsense.
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1/26/2016 10:43:28 PM
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Muslims believe in Hell and believe the Jewish man nailed to the cross was replaced by a doppleganger Jesus in order to fulfill the Messianic prophesies....
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1/27/2016 3:18:32 PM
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At 1/26/2016 10:17:26 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 3:29:07 PM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/26/2016 3:11:57 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

No, that is how dogs and monkeys are trained.in the lab.

What about your kids? are they dogs and monkeys too?? Rewarding good behavior and punishing wrong behavior is common sense.

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....

There is personal responsibility and accountability. No one is going to pay for your sins or reward you for your good deeds. The individuals goal is to transcend the physical boundaries.

Then obviously you have no idea what Christianity is, which would be personal responsibility and accountability, hence reaping and sowing. Read your Bible.

Christians follow their beliefs out of fear of eternal damnation.

That is pure baloney, all you had to do was just ask me, but instead you make dumb assumptions so this is nothing short of the usual straw men you build.

They believe they are cursed and the sins of Adam and Eve are passed onto them.

More nonsense, we believe the nature of the flesh, if you don't understand that you are worth nothing in spiritual discussion.
This is just more of your poor "scholarship"coming through. Oh yeah, did your scholarship teach you that Jesus eats people as well? LOL.

Hindus have no fear of eternal damnation nor do they see themselves as born sinners. That is why they have no need to worship the corpse of a deluded Jewish rabbi nailed to a cross who was offered as human sacrifice. Only Christians can believe in such barbaric primitive nonsense.

Again, nothing but your opinions which are false anyway, if you are happy with you distorted perceptions then you can live with them.
This is nothing but an accusation of a deluded, obsessed Hindu who has nothing better to do than misinterpret the beliefs of others but his own. Which makes you a liar and a lunatic.
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1/27/2016 4:19:14 PM
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At 1/27/2016 3:18:32 PM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/26/2016 10:17:26 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 3:29:07 PM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/26/2016 3:11:57 PM, Harikrish wrote:
At 1/26/2016 1:46:36 AM, EtrnlVw wrote:
At 1/25/2016 6:44:52 PM, Harikrish wrote:
I think the proper word would be esoteric. Hinduism is not underrated, it is too esoteric for the average person raised on Pavlov conditioning of reward and punishment to appreciate the transcendental goals of Hinduism.

So then cause and effect don't apply to Hinduism? Reward and punishment is a simple natural understanding, without it would be lost correct? One shows us we are doing the right things while the other shows us what is wrong...

No, that is how dogs and monkeys are trained.in the lab.

What about your kids? are they dogs and monkeys too?? Rewarding good behavior and punishing wrong behavior is common sense.

It is rather unsophisticated to envision a poor deluded Jewish rabbi being sacrificed for the sins of the world and put away in the most primitive and barbaric fashion...death by crucifixion.

It's always unsophisticated to envision something you are corrupting.

But ironically 2 billion Christians are rather comforted by the idea and even gather every Sunday to pile more confessions of their sins on an already dead corpse nailed to a wooden cross.

Such rudimentary concepts of morality and judgement do not appear in Hinduism. Hindus are accountable for their own Karma and a process of self purification and higher transcendental aspiration effectively make the individual more responsible and help them control their negative actions.
But do continue.....

So in other words, there are punishments and rewards lol?....

There is personal responsibility and accountability. No one is going to pay for your sins or reward you for your good deeds. The individuals goal is to transcend the physical boundaries.

Then obviously you have no idea what Christianity is, which would be personal responsibility and accountability, hence reaping and sowing. Read your Bible.

Christians follow their beliefs out of fear of eternal damnation.

That is pure baloney, all you had to do was just ask me, but instead you make dumb assumptions so this is nothing short of the usual straw men you build.

They believe they are cursed and the sins of Adam and Eve are passed onto them.

More nonsense, we believe the nature of the flesh, if you don't understand that you are worth nothing in spiritual discussion.

The first sin and punishment, Adams fall from grace earned the curse of death, pain and suffering.

Genesis 3:
16 To the woman he said,

"I will greatly increase your pangs in childbearing;
in pain you shall bring forth children,
yet your desire shall be for your husband,
and he shall rule over you."
17 And to the man[b] he said,

"Because you have listened to the voice of your wife,
and have eaten of the tree
about which I commanded you,
"You shall not eat of it,"
cursed is the ground because of you;
in toil you shall eat of it all the days of your life;
18 thorns and thistles it shall bring forth for you;
and you shall eat the plants of the field.
19 By the sweat of your face
you shall eat bread
until you return to the ground,
for out of it you were taken;
you are dust,
and to dust you shall return."

This is just more of your poor "scholarship"coming through. Oh yeah, did your scholarship teach you that Jesus eats people as well? LOL.

No, it is the other way around.

John 6:54 Those who eat my flesh and drink my blood have eternal life, and I will raise them up on the last day; 55 for my flesh is true food and my blood is true drink.

Hindus have no fear of eternal damnation nor do they see themselves as born sinners. That is why they have no need to worship the corpse of a deluded Jewish rabbi nailed to a cross who was offered as human sacrifice. Only Christians can believe in such barbaric primitive nonsense.

Again, nothing but your opinions which are false anyway, if you are happy with you distorted perceptions then you can live with them.
This is nothing but an accusation of a deluded, obsessed Hindu who has nothing better to do than misinterpret the beliefs of others but his own. Which makes you a liar and a lunatic.
Jesus was a liar and a lunatic and was put to death for his blasphemous lies and lunacy. His lies, deluded claims and messiah complex fills the pages of the bible. If you think by quoting scriptures I am lying. Take that up with the guy who was crucified for saying it. I am just debating it. Duh!!!
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1/27/2016 4:27:27 PM
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we believe the nature of the flesh UNQUOTE

DO CHRISTIANS BELIEVE IN REBIRTH? No.

THEN WHY DO THEY DO PAST LIFE REGRESSION?

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DO MUSLIMS BELIEVE IN IDOLATERY? no.

IF SO, WHY DOES STONING OF THE DEVIL EXIST?

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sanatana means eternal.

dharma is that which is well - judged and reasoned by mind.

hinduism (recent term) is not a religion

If anyone does immoral deeds - he is not a hindu

What you do decides whether or not you are a hindu.

ADAM and EVE story is just lifted from our sanskrit upanishads - this story is the basis of the Abrahamic religions Judaism/ Christianity / Islam.

All three religions draw upon this STOLEN story from MUNDAKA upanishad III, 1, 1-3 ( Genesis of the Old Testament )..

This story and speaks of the tree of knowledge and God's commandment that its fruit shall not be eaten. Adam at first did not eat it but Eve did. After that Adam too ate the forbidden fruit.

The upanishad ORIGINAL story is about two birds sitting on a peepal tree.

the birds are PURUSHA (atman )and PRAKRITI ( jiva )-- with purusha being the witness.

HEY PRESTO--

ATMAN becomes ADAM

JIVA becomes EVE ( j is silent in most areas ) --people call me AIT ( ayit ) instead of AJIT.

the FIG which eve ate is the fruit of the peepal tree ( FICUS ) -- the true botanical name today is FICUS RELIGIOSA

The old testament NEVER spoke of apple ( from a fig tree ) !

This story is also in Rig Veda (RV 1-164-20) penned down in 5000 BC

The Bible says Eve was created from Adam"s rib.

--again lifted from vedas.( ardhanaishawara concept of shiva )

Koran is NOT far behind in LIFTING the fig concept-- the male equivament of the pipal trees is our national tree Banyan tree (Ficus benghalensis) there is a sura in Quran named "The Fig" or At-Tin (سوره تین).

The Jivatman alone eats the fruit of karma- the Paramatman is a mere witness