Bhagavad Gita and the Mosaic Law
Indian Bhagavad Gita (Song of the Eternal) is believed to have been written
about 200 A.D. Even if that’s
true, it was already sung by rishis and devotees long before the great Dravidian
Sages committed it and the Upanishads to writing.
original Indians and founders of Yoga were Black people of African descent.
So, by the way, was Gautama Buddha.
And the sons of Cush: Seba,
and Havilah, and Sabtah,
and Raamah …
is the biblical name for Ethiopia. Raamah
is the ancient name of India. The
Bible is saying an Ethiopian colony (“son of Cush”) established civilization
in Raamah (India).
Ethiopians also established the great civilizations in Babylon, Erech (Uruk or
Iraq), Accad and Sumer (Shinar in the Bible).
See Genesis 10:10.
for unity among all nationalities. But
I know true unity can only occur among equals.
As long as people are ignorant of the actual contributions of Africa,
they cannot deal with African people as equals.
So I try to remind people that if they knew half of what Africa once
accomplished, instead of patronizing them they’d be in awe of all that Africa
The man who believes that it is the
soul that kills, and he who thinks
that the soul can be destroyed,
are both alike deceived; for
neither kills not is killed
-- Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 2
Though shalt not kill.
-- Exodus 20:13
Exodus writers (and King Hammurabi before them) conveyed the same thing.
Properly understood, it’s not just saying “you shouldn’t kill.”
What kind of “revelation” would that be?
Even savages knew it’s not cool to go around killing people.
If Moses dropped that “revelation” then he must have been teaching
absolute savages. Animals even know
that “thou shalt not kill.”
Moses really taught was “though canst not kill.”
In other words the soul or spirit is indestructible.
It can’t be killed. Thus
you cannot kill anyone.