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Old 03-22-2010, 06:37 PM
 
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why do christians think that their God, Jehova or JHWH or Jesus is the only "real" God when actually one of the Hindu Gods ( ill rephrase that because their are many Hindu demigods and people confuse them for the Supreme God) so ill say not the hindu gods but the Supreme Personality of God as one of His expansions or avatars apeared in the book of revelation

heres the thing when John went off to write the book of revelations and seen all these things he mentions a certain deity in his book one that is so familiar with the Avatar Kalki that it will make you think and probly cause some contreversy-cant wait to hear the replies on this one

please take the time to read this link its not too long but make sure you read the whole lot to get the picture shouldnt take more than 10 mins tnx


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Old 11-22-2014, 01:33 AM
 
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It seems to me that if there is a true God, this God would be God of the whole world. And if God of the whole world, he would reveal himself to many peoples. So we would expect to hear about some of the same things in different religions. Therefore, it should be no surprise to us that Jesus may be Kalki and Kalki, Jesus.
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Old 11-22-2014, 02:31 AM
 
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It seems to me that if there is a true God, this God would be God of the whole world. And if God of the whole world, he would reveal himself to many peoples. So we would expect to hear about some of the same things in different religions. Therefore, it should be no surprise to us that Jesus may be Kalki and Kalki, Jesus.
Sounded like prophecy to me. The Hindu are an old branch of the tree. I enjoy reading and correlating our ancestors connections through Scriptures. It's good insight.
It's pretty neat that the Cherokee have a lore about the four winds that match the first four seals in color but not in destruction.
The title Black has significance To the Four Winds. Each has a Color. Yellow, Red, Black, White. All nations carry this tradition.

East=red(triumph)North Wind Messenger = black - He is called "Yah wi gu na he da", Long Human being. South Wind = yellow. South = white = peace; happiness.

5The angel replied to me, "These are the four spirits of heaven, going forth after standing before the Lord of all the earth, 6with one of which the black horses are going forth to the north country; and the white ones go forth after them, while the dappled ones go forth to the south country.

I believe this is a lineage story told during migration.
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