Yes, it is talking about Bhagvad Gita only. When the Supreme Father Shiv took a divine incarnation around 1936, people believed only in the Hindu scriptures and Gods. So, instead of straightaway beginning the Yagya by giving knowledge by entering in someone, He started the process of establishment by causing visions of the Hindu Gods and Goddesses. And since Gita is considered to be the highest scripture among all Hindu scriptures He started giving knowledge by explaining the true meaning of the extracts of this Gita. It was only when people (early BKs) developed faith that the knowledge was being given by God Himself that He started narrating Murlis, first indirectly by dictating Murlis to Brahma Baba and then narrating directly through Brahma Baba.uddhava wrote:Emanating from this Divine Yagya is the huge conflagration in the form of this world war, hereinafter called the War of Mahabharat, as a result whereof and as corroborated by most Supreme Gita and Bhagwat ... It in revealed from experience acquired through Divine Insight, corroborated by the All-Supreme Gita Scripture ... Is the above (from 1943 book) talking about the Bhagavad Gita scripture or something else?
Yes, he got to know about his future status as Krishna only after he had visions. But it is also true that as soon as he had visions he did not understand anything. He asked his lokik gurus, they were unable to explain to him. Then on their advice he went to Varanasi. Even the Hindu pundits/gurus of Varanasi could not explain to him. He lived there in his bunglow for a certain time. During his stay in Varanasi he continued to have visions and he used to go to the banks of river Ganga and draw pictures on the walls based on the visions he had. This fact is corroborated by the following extracts from a Murli published by the BKWSU:Anyway so # 1 soul Krishna was born as Dada Lekhraj but for the first forty something years of his life Dada Lekhraj did not realise he was Krishna, and he only remembered when he started having visions - is this correct?
"Swayam Bhagwaan kahtey hain jab Bhakti poori ho tab mai aaun. Aadhakalpa Bhaktimarg chaltaa hai, din aur raat. Shuru may bhi pehley-pehley jab praveshataa hui (Maa ke roop may praveshata hoti thi) toh deevaaron par aisey-aisey chakra nikaaltey rahtey thay, jaisey chotey bachhey hotey hain. Samajh may kuch nahee aata tha. Ham tum sab babies thay, fir dheerey-dheerey buddhi may aata gayaa. Abhi tum padhkar hoshiyaar huay ho toh bilkul sahaj reeti samajha saktey ho. Aisey nahee samajhnaa yah bahut puraaney bachhey hain, isliye hamsey hoshiyaar hain. Ham toh itnaa padh nahee sakengey. Baba kahtey hain – pichaadi may aaney vaaley bahut aagey ja saktey hain. Deri say aaney vaaley aur hee din-raat Yoga may mast ho lag padengey." (BKs dwara prakaashit revised Sakar Murli taareekh 23.05.07, pg 3)
“God Himself says – I come when Bhakti completes. For half a Kalpa/cycle the path of devotion (i.e. Bhaktimarg) goes on, day and night. Even in the beginning, initially when there was entry (In the beginning entry used to take place in the form of mother), then he used to draw the pictures of World Cycle like this, just as there are small children. (He) Did not understand anything. You and I were all babies; then gradually it went on entering the intellect. Now you have studied and become intelligent.
So, you can explain very easily. Do not think that - "These are very old children, that is why they are more intelligent than us. We will not be able to study to that extent." Baba says – Those who come late can gallop ahead (of others). Those who come late would become even more intoxicated in Yoga day and night.” (Revised Sakar Murli dated 23.05.07, pg 3 published by BKs)