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Questions for Brother 'Shivsena'

Post by cal » 14 Jan 2019

Dear Shivsena Bhai,

Why is Prajapita Brahma called Great-Great-Grandfather?

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Re: Questions for Brother 'Shivsena'

Post by Adam » 15 Jan 2019

cal wrote:Why is Prajapita Brahma called Great-Great-Grandfather?
And, more significantly, who is real Prajapita Brahma?

Until Shivsena is in a position to respond, here is our analytical take, based on extensive scrutiny of what has transpired on this forum, thus far.

The question itself is relative, and hence cannot have an absolute answer, which would be readily acceptable to, or appreciated by, everyone concerned.

The Cycle of 5000 years duration has two distinct halves, being the Day of Brahma, and the Night of Brahma; and the Night of Brahma has ten major distinct ideologies, considered to be the ten heads of Ravan, in a subtler sense.

For the elevated souls of the deity religion, or the prominent religio-political ruler souls of Ramrajya, the first prince of Golden Age, who is Shri Krishna, who becomes the first sovereign, Shri Narayan of Golden Age, and who is the soul of Brahma Baba in Confluence Age, is Prajapita Brahma, who becomes the great-great-grandfather for all subsequent generations, until the end of Silver Age. For the second generation he would be the father; for the third, the grand-Father; for the fourth, the great-grandfather; for the fifth, the great-great-grandfather; and so on.

Similarly, for the prominent political ruler souls of Ravan Rajya, the last sovereign of Silver Age, who is the soul of Baba Dixit, and who is present in the same corporeal body during the change from Ramrajya to Ravan Rajya, during the confluence of Silver Age and Copper Age, would be Prajapita Brahma, worshipped as Rama during Ravan Rajya, who becomes the great-great-grandfather for all subsequent generations, until the end of iron age, and who is considered to be Bhagwan in corporeal form, in the absence of the ability to relate to real incorporeal Bhagwan or God, owing to body-consciousness.

Similarly, for each of the other nine distinct major religious ideologies of Ravan Rajya, the corresponding prominent political ruler souls affiliated to their own respective major religious ideology, would consider their own respective religious head as Prajapita (Brahma), who would become the great-great-grandfather for all subsequent generations, until the end of iron age, for that particular respective major religious ideology of Ravan Rajya, or that particular respective main Branch of the Tree.

Hence, there is only one Prajapita Brahma, representing Ramrajya, being the soul of Brahma Baba.

While, there are ten prominent Prajapita (Brahma), representing Ravan Rajya, the head of all of them being the last sovereign of Silver Age, who is the soul of Baba Dixit, worshipped as Rama during Ravan Rajya; and his counterpart being the first sovereign of Copper Age, being the corporeal offspring of the last sovereign of Silver Age, who is the soul of Brahma Baba, worshipped as Krishna during Ravan Rajya; with four each Prajapita (Brahma), representing the four major religious or philosophical ideologies on either side of the Tree, Gautam (Buddha) being one of such Prajapita, and Jesus (Christ) being another, for which relevant Sakar Murli points have been posted by golden heart on this forum.

The souls who are involved with the study of these subtle aspects of knowledge would be regarded to be in the Vishnu clan during Confluence Age, who are involved with the deeper comprehension of the connection between the Day of Brahma and the Night of Brahma; and the inter-connection between the ten distinct major religious ideologies of the Cycle during the Night of Brahma; and who would have no conflict with the propagation of any of the individual ideologies in question, owing to their appropriate comprehension of their inter-connectivity.

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Re: Questions for Brother 'Shivsena'

Post by cal » 15 Jan 2019

Thank you Dear Adam Bhai:

In my study, Prajapita and Prajapita Brahma are Different.
To me Prajapita is DL (Krishna). He is NOT great great grand Father.
Shiv and Prajapita Brahma are the highest authority. Prajapita Brahma (not Krishna) is great great grand Father.

BTW what is your status? BK PBK etc.?

Om Shanti

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Re: Questions for Brother 'Shivsena'

Post by Adam » 17 Jan 2019

Adam wrote:And, more significantly, who is real Prajapita Brahma?

The question itself is relative, and hence cannot have an absolute answer, which would be readily acceptable to, or appreciated by, everyone concerned.
From the post itself, it is quite evident that any member affiliated to any particular group, without proper comprehension and awareness of the whole system, would accept only their own head as Prajapita Brahma, or Prajapita; whom they would readily believe to be the highest authority; in which case they would not accept the head of any other group to have the same status; and this is quite in order, within the system.

Status is evident from information on top rhs of post, and also from the last paragraph of concerned preceding post, and also from first paragraph of post in link – http://www.bk-pbk.info/viewtopic.php?f= ... 506#p53506

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