Hier weer zo één. Was Krishna een 'proto-Jezus'?
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Was Krishna a Proto-Jesus? Je kan je ook vragen, waarom de 'zeitgeist'? Het zegt: "Alle religie is hetzelfde, Jezus is NIET god, hij is niet uniek, alles is dezelfde fantasie'. Men probeert de waarheid onder te sneeuwen, dat God zelf op aarde aanwezig was.
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Common False Claims:
(1) Krishna was born of the virgin Devaki / Devaka /Yasoda
(2) on December 25th and was
(4) between two thieves
(5) for our sins,
(6) rose from the dead and ascended into heaven, and
(7) and he was born/died c. 1200 BC.
The Real Story:
Classical Indian Sources for the Stories of Krishna’s Life: Mahabharata (= M, c. 300 BC- c. 300 AD), Harivamsha (c. 450 AD), Vishnu Purana (= VP c. 400-500 AD), Bhagavata Purana (= BP, c. 950 AD).1 The most influential telling is the last mentioned, the BP.
(1) Krishna was the 8th son of Vasudeva and Devaki. The name of their first son was Kirtiman. The BP credits the pregnancy to “mental transmission” through the mind of Vasudeva into the womb of Devaki. That detail is from a late source (c. 950 AD), does not really represent a virgin birth, since Devaki was not a virgin, and is not present in the earlier accounts of Krishna’s birth in the H (c. 450 AD) and VP (c. 400-500 AD). The names Devaka (used by Christopher Hitchens and the source he plagiarized) and Yasoda (used by Kersey Graves) are errors deriving from a basic ignorance of the story.
(2) The celebration of Krishna’s birthday is one of the most prominent festivals in India, which takes place in the late summer or early fall (Bhadra in the North of India, Shravana in the South). The idea that that his birthday was celebrated on December 25 derives from no other source than ignorant and/or dishonest English-speaking “Freethinkers” who falsely claimed that Shravana “answers to our December.”
(3) Krishna was not crucified. He died when the hunter Jara shot him in the sole of his foot. In most stories it was said to be an accident; in one story, Jara was actually a demon getting revenge for being killed by Krishna in a previous life. The reason Krishna died the way he did was that with the exception of the soles of his feet his body was invincible due to a boon granted him by the sage Durvāsas.
(4) Crucified between two thieves? Nothing like that at all in the authentic Hindu sources.
(5) Krishna died not for our sins but in fulfillment of two curses made against him and his clan: (i) the curse of the widow Gandhari, for not stopping the battle in which her husband Dhritarashtra died, and (ii) the curse of the Brahmanas, for a stunt Krishna’s son, Samba, played on some holy men.
(6) Krishna’s spirit does ascend, but his body remains on earth and is cremated.
(7) The date 1200 BC as the time of Krishna’s birth/death is not correct. Traditionally Krishna’s death took place just around 3100 BC, marking the beginning of the Age of Kali.