On Tue, 12 Feb 2019 12:31:23 +1100, Michael Christ
Post by Michael Christ
I won't tell you which one he is. All I will mention is a bikini and
Didn't you see the one where he fucks a goat? It's hilarious.
The Process of Creation
Because the Supreme sees, we can see; because He talks, we can talk;
because He tastes, we can taste; because He feels, we can feel, and so
on. Note how the Vedic version of creation makes sense. The atheistic
idea, that first there was a bunch of chemicals, and then these
chemicals developed into a being that could talk, hear, see, taste,
feel, smell and touch, makes absolutely no sense. One really has to be
desperate to get away from God, to come up with a nonsensical idea
Here is a short summary of the creation process as described by the
Creation always goes from subtle to gross, or from psychic to
physical. Like, if a human being wants to create a sky-scraper or an
F-16, it begins with an idea in the mind. It begins with the most
subtle - thinking - then calculations and planning, then drawings, and
then the most gross (ie. physical) takes place, when the ingredients
are being collected and assembled.
In the same way the Lord creates the material world. Actually Krishna
Himself doesn't deal in the petty details of creating, maintaining,
and destroying the material world. First Krishna expands as Balaram,
then Balaram expands as Vishnu, and then Vishnu expands as
Maha-Vishnu, and it is that form of Vishnu who manifests the universes
through His breathing.
Vishnu then enters into each and every one of the universes, and
creates Brahma, the first created living being, who is a soul like you
and I, and this Brahma then creates all the varieties of bodies,
oceans, mountains, trees, insects, plants, etc. in the universe. So
Vishnu provides the ingredients, then Brahma assembles them. The soul
is an atomic particle of Krishna's consciousness. It is not created,
It has always been an emanation from God, like rays emanating from the
sun. Vishnu animates the creation of Brahma by glancing over it, and
infusing it with living sparks - souls.
So first of all there is pradhana - the un-manifested material energy
of God. Then, when Krishna agitates the pradhana in His form as Time,
matter is produced. The first element of matter is ahankara, false
ego, the most subtle of the 8 material element. False ego produces
ether or space, and from that comes sound - the inherent quality of
space. Space then produces air and its qualities - touch and sound.
Air then generates fire and its qualities of form, touch and sound.
Fire generates water and its qualities of taste, form, touch, and
sound, and then the final element of earth and its qualities of aroma,
taste, form, touch, and sound is created.
In this way the world and its elements are created from the touch of
God in the form of time on the un-manifested material energy -
pradhana. But none of all this is animated before Maha-vishnu infuses
the creation with souls - living sparks. The manifested world is
comprised of 24 elements. The 24 elements are: space, air, fire,
water, and earth. The five objects of the senses - sound, touch, form,
taste, and smell. The five knowledge acquiring senses - ears, skin,
eyes, tongue, and nose. The five working senses - hands, legs, speech,
anus, and genitals. And then the three subtle or psychic elements -
mind, intelligence, and false ego. That makes 23 elements, and the
final element, totaling 24, is the jiva or the soul.
Then there are also 3 energies or qualities that agitate matter, and
they are sattva-guna, the quality of goodness; raja-guna - the
quality of passion, and tama-guna - the quality of ignorance. Goodness
produces maintenance, passion produces creation, and ignorance
All living entities have bodies that are a mixture of these 3 modes of
nature. Every situation, every material manifestation is a mixture of
the three modes of nature. Just like all colors and shades of colors
are produced from three primary colors - red, yellow andblue - so any
situation, result, body, mentality, place, or any manifestation at
all, are produced from the 3 modes of material nature.
Knowledge of how the modes of nature work, and their manifestations
are elaborately explained by Krishna in the Bhagavad Gita and the
This knowledge is scientific and will enable a student to correctly
discern, understand, and predict anyone's nature, actions, and fate.
Know that all states of being-be they of goodness, passion or
ignorance-are manifested by My energy. I am, in one sense, everything,
but I am independent. I am not under the modes of material nature, for
they, on the contrary, are within Me. (Bg. 7.12)
Deluded by the three modes [goodness, passion and ignorance], the
whole world does not know Me, who am above the modes and
inexhaustible. (Bg. 7.13)