Originally posted by trank31337
reply to post by spacecowgirl
I believe that Meher Baba was Kalki or the White Horse Avatar. 2012 or around that time may be it. Ahhhh so exciting!
That is interesting and have found some quotes that may interest you:
Blavatsky's "Isis Unveiled," vol. 2. (page 237)
"Do we take up the "Avesta" [ancient Persian
Bible] - we find there the dual system so
prevalent in the Christian scheme. The struggle
between Ahriman [Satan], Darkness, and Ormazd,
Light, has been going on in the world
continually since the beginning of time. When the
worst arrives and Ahriman will seem to have
conquered the world and corrupted all mankind,
then will appear the Savior of mankind, Saoshyant.
He will come seated upon a white horse and
followed by an army of good genii equally mounted
on milk-white steeds. And this we find faithfully
copied in Revelation: "I saw heaven opened,
and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon
him was called faithful and true ... And the
armies which were in heaven followed him upon
(Revelation xix, 11, 14). Saoshyant himself is
but a later Persian permutation of the Hindu
Vishnu. The figure of this god may be found unto
this day representing him as the Savior, the
"Preserver" (the preserving spirit of God), in
the temple of Rama. The picture shows him in his
tenth incarnation - the Kalki-avatara, which is
yet to come - as an armed warrior mounted upon
a white horse. Waving over his head the sword of
destruction, he holds in his other hand a discus
[also said to represent chakras], made up of rings
encircled in one another, an emblem of the
revolving cycles of great ages,for Vishnu will
thus appear but at the end of the Kali-yuga,
answering to the end of the world expected by our
Adventists. "And out of his mouth goeth a sharp
sword ... on his head were many crowns"
(Revelation xix, 12, 15).
Vishnu is often represented with several crowns
superimposed on his head. "And I saw an angel
standing in the Sun" (17). The white horse is the
horse of the Sun.
Saoshyant, the Persian Savior, is also born of a
virgin, and at the end of days he will come as a
Redeemer to regenerate the world, but he will be
preceded by two prophets, who will come to
announce him. Hence the Jews who had Moses and
Elias, are now waiting for the Messiah. "Then come
the general resurrection, when the good will
immediately enter into this happy abode - the
regenerated earth; and Ahriman and his angels
(the devils),and the wicked, be purified by
immersion in a lake of molten metal ...
Henceforward, all will enjoy unchangeable happiness,
and, headed by Saoshyant,ever sing the praises of
the Eternal One." The above is a perfect
repetition of Vishnu in his tenth avatara, for he
will then throw the wicked into the infernal
abodes in which, after purifying themselves, they
will be pardoned - even those devils which
rebelled against Brahma, and were hurled into the
bottomless pit by Shiva; as also the "blessed ones"
will go to dwell with the gods, over the Mount
To quote Blavatsky about Vishnu: "And now again
he re-enters into the golden egg of His Thought,
the germs of all that exist, as the divine Manu
tells us. During His peaceful rest, the animated
beings, endowed with the principles of action,
cate their functions, and all feeling (manas)
becomes dormant. When they are all absorbed in
the SUPREME SOUL, this Soul of all the beings
sleeps in complete repose, till the day when
it resumes its form, and awakes again from its
If we now examine the ten mythical avataras of Vishnu
we find them recorded in the following progression:
1. Mataya-Avatara: as a fish. It will also be his
tenth and last avatara, at the end of the Kali-Yuga.
2. Kurma-Avatara: as a tortoise.
3. Varaha: as a boar.
4. Nara-Sinha: as a man-lion; last animal stage.
5. Vamana: as a dwarf; first step toward the human form.
6. Parasu-Rama: as a hero, but yet an imperfect man.
7. Rama-Chandra: as the hero of Ramayana. Physically a
perfect man; his next of kin, friend and ally Hanuman,
the monkey-god. The monkey endowed with speech.
8. Krishna-Avatara: the Son of the Virgin Devaki, one
formed by God, or rather by the manifested Deity
Vishnu, who is identical with Adam-Kadmon. Krishna
is also called Kaneya, the Son of the Virgin.
9. Gautama Buddha, Siddhartha, or Sakyamuni. (The
Buddhists reject this doctrine of their buddha being
an incarnation of Vishnu.)
10.This avatara has not yet occurred. It is expected in
the future like the Christian Advent, the idea of
which was undoubtedly copied from the Hindu. When
Vishnu appears for the last time he will come as a
"Savior." According to the opinion of some Brahmans
he will appear himself under the form of the horse
Kalki. Others maintain that he will be mounting it.
This horse is the envelope of the spirit of evil,
and Vishnu will mount it,invisible to all, till he
has conquered it for the last time. The Kalki-Avatara,
or the last incarnation, divides Brahmanism into two
sects. That of the Vaishnava refuses to recognize the
incarnations of their god Vishnu in animal forms
literally. They claim that these must be understood
to be allegorical."
Now as to the white horse in the Bible: And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called Faithful and True, and
in righteousness he doth judge and make war."