In the last post, I questioned the divinity of Jesus, and the validity of the Christian religion. Because Christianity is the most popular religion in the world with over two billion followers, questioning its validity is questionable, but questioning is valid. Likely, the religion began as a solar cult with its twelve disciples, the twelve months of the year, and its major Holy Days coinciding with Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. I am a follower of the sun, so I get that part of Christianity, but not the addition of Jesus. The Hebrew name for Jesus is Yeshua, short for Yehoshua, and translated as Joshua. The word Yeshua in Hebrew means to deliver, rescue, or save, so it is easy to see how the word transformed into attributes of the person.
One reason Yeshua was not divine is because he would have been born in the middle of the Kaliyuga, the Age of Darkness, where no mortal becomes immortal, enlightened, divine upon the earth. The Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of enlightenment disappeared from the earth a thousand years earlier, and no person has become divine since. And certainly, no person is born divine of a virgin; all are born of the union of male and female. It takes effort to become divine, and such is the knowledge not found in Christianity. The religion claims Yeshua to be the Son of God, but really, all people are the child of God and the Goddess. Yeshua was mortal and never revealed the path of heaven. Even in the Sermon of the Mount, the moral teaching of kindness to all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry does not appear.
Yeshua was a popular name a couple of thousand years ago around Jerusalem, and likely, one was found guilty of blasphemy and sedition and crucified on a cross, a popular form of punishment in the Roman-occupied territory. The Roman-Jewish historian Josephus wrote of mass crucifixions during the first century CE. During Yeshua’s final hours on the cross he cried, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani,” which means “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” Since Yeshua did not know that God does not forsake anyone, he was not divine. It is not something one forgets because it is incumbent on attaining the heavenly state. Since Yeshua did not attain the heavenly state, the body died, and the spirit reincarnated as a new creature on the earth, just as all of us since the Dark Age began three thousand years ago.
A person who died years ago cannot raise a person to heaven that dies today. No person can raise another to heaven, only the person has the power through intense devotion. Provable is the body you claim for yourself is going to age and die, and the Rigveda says to master the teaching and experience youthful vigor and heaven upon the earth. I cannot prove the doctrine, although the day someone does, we will know with certainty. That is the teaching and the way to eternal happiness, or after death the spirit will reincarnate on the earth, and the cycle will continue until a mortal masters the way to become immortal.
You can follow any of the paths on the earth, even Christianity, but to become a Divine Being, you must master the meditations and follow the Holy Doctrine of kindness towards all. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if a creature has two feet, four feet, or no feet and speaks in a language unintelligible to you, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.
For the mantra of the breath to have the desired effect on people, an even flow with the Lord of the mountain is top, and to exert oneself with that and become a master, the truth becomes clear.