Just consider more of PBK philosophy. What do PBKs say- (in Conf Age)
Is it "Krishna" or (just) "soul of Krishna"?
Is it "Ram" or (just) "soul of Ram"?
Is it "Narayan" or (just) "soul of Narayan"?
Twisting of Murli points by PBKs is already seen above. Just to know what do they finally say or really mean.
1)What are PBKs saying NOW? Does B baba become eligible to get title Krishna only in G Age? (in PBK view), now he is just soul of Krishna?sita wrote:a)When it is said Krishna, it means the soul of Krishna, Brahma Baba, Dada Lekhraj, that particular person. When it is said Krishna in 36 or 69, or any age, it does not mean he is Krishna at that time. No, he becomes Krishna in the Golden Age, but the soul is the same. When it is said Krishna, it refers to the same personality - call it the soul of Krishna, Brahma Baba or Dada.
b)Confluence Aged deities
c)According to the Murli, Lakshmi and Narayan took birth in 1976.
2)Similarly, Mr Dixit also cannot have title Ram in Conf. Age? Is he eligible to get title Ram only in Silver Age?
3)Similarly, Mr Dixit cannot have title Narayan in Conf. Age? Is he eligible to get title Narayan only in G Age?
--But. PBKs say- Conf Aged Narayan.
4)Or do PBKs believe the title "Conf Aged deities" is applicable JUST to PBK souls, not to BKs?
4a)If yes, even then PBKs inadvertently imply God enters in Krishna, because PBKs believe Mr Dixit is Conf Aged Krishna since 1976.
4b)If no, PBKs lose the claim to give all the titles like Conf Aged Krishna/Narayan, etc., to Mr Dixit.
5)If PBKs believe Mr Dixit gets title Conf Aged deities- and hence he can have title Ram, Vishnu, Shankar, (not just soul of Ram, soul of Vishnu, soul of Shankar), then why there are no words- Ramkumar/i, Vishnukumar/i, Shankar Kumar/i, etc?
6)Moreover, can IMPURE personalities (Mr Dixit was impure in 1976, as well as even at present, not complete) have names of deities- Krishna, Narayan, Vishnu, etc?
7)Baba usually says- "Neither I enter in Krishna, nor Krishna can give Knowledge, Krishna is a small child. Krishna is the creation, and cannot be called the Creator. Krishna is a Child, and CANNOT be the Father of entire creation. The Father of entire creation is ONLY ONE Supreme Father Supreme Soul, REAL ShivBaba or God - and CANNOT BE ANY BODILY BEING - like Krishna, or Narayan or Ram, etc. The bodily father of Krishna can ONLY be the father of Krishna, and NOT the Father of entire creation. The bodily father of Krishna is a LIMITED, CORPOREAL creator, who is NOT as CLEVER as Krishna, and therefore the status of the bodily father of Krishna is LESS than that of Krishna, and the bodily father of Krishna is not well known. WHILE the spiritual Father of Krishna is the UNLIMITED, INCORPOREAL CREATOR of ENTIRE HUMANITY, including Krishna, and Krishna becomes the CLEVEREST of ALL among the ENTIRE embodied human race, and projects his cleverness through his soul-mate, Radha, while he remains as the 'back-bone', BOTH in G Age AS WELL AS in the Conf Age".
To WHOM THIS REFERS TO? (in PBK view). To SOUL of Krishna when he plays the role AS B baba in Conf Age, OR to the SAME SOUL of Krishna when he plays the role AS the FIRST prince of G Age? How and why (= Why Baba says so)?
BK view is simple:- In lowkik people believe Krishna gave knowledge of Gita. But, Baba says- "neither I enter in Krishna, nor can I give any Knowledge through Krishna (as Krishna is in G Age, and NOT in the Conf Age), and he is a small child".
But, PBKs usually say- "all the Murli points are applicable to Conf Age, to the BK-PBK world" (ONLY to twist them). Let us see how do they explain here.
--Because in BK world, no one believes God enters in G Age Krishna. So- to whom (in BK or PBK world) is ShivBaba referring to - Brahma Baba of Conf Age OR Shri Krishna of G A (being ONE and the SAME soul)?
--Or most probably, PBKs may have to STEP DOWN and agree that- this Murli point was said to lowkik world.
---But, then their VERY BASIC FOUNDATION SHAKES IF THEY AGREE. Because if they believe "such Murli points are said for lowkik world", they LOSE their arguments in most of the places, as all of their arguments are based on the illusion that- "all the Murlis points refer to Conf Age period, and personalities, (in unlimited sense), which only, will then get reflected in the broad drama".