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August 10, 2017

The Eternal Quest for Hyperborea (Part 2)

Filed under: Uncategorized — mothman777 @ 10:16 pm

I was speaking to a Himalayan Kriya Yogi recently, called Swami Vidyadhishananda, and he had just given a talk on his Himalayan yoga school, and during his talk, he spoke at length of how, in some remote area of the Himalayas, inaccessible as yet for most people, there lives a benevolent species of reptilian creatures that he knows of personally, with shape-changing ability, that appear as blue-skinned human beings that teach the yoga system. In ancient Indian artwork, we can see images of light-skinned Indian yogis standing next to blue-skinned yogis, and these would be the same species, though Lord Krishna Himself can also appear with bluish skin or any other colour skin, or any other species in His various incarnations in this world. Pliny the Elder wrote of there having been more than one Moon at one time, and of there having been several suns, so, there is much to consider. The most recent full incarnation of the Godhead, Lord Krishna Chaitanya Mahaprabhu, who manifested in Mayapur, West Bengal, in 1486, and remained on this Earth for several decades till 1534, leaving a great wealth of extremely detailed literature and contemporaneous personal testimony from His direct associates, and even from Sikh historians and poets, received humanoid visitors to this world from many other worlds, representatives from all 14 levels of material planets in this particular universe (there being many millions of universes according to vedic science, as stated in the second canto of Srimad Bhagavatam), including those of reptilian species, and they were His devotees, and they were, according to the testimony in the literature Sri Chaitanya Charitamrita, able to disguise themselves as human beings, no doubt with shape-changing ability.

Source: The Eternal Quest for Hyperborea (Part 2)

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