posted on Jan, 7 2010 @ 08:21 AM
reply to post by andrewsymonds
I am not religious, consider myself to be spiritual and I am not a muslim, so you can stop playing that card.
The point I was trying to make was as far as the truth/God goes, there is no nationalism. As spacecowgirl said we are all one consciousness under the
truth/God, no matter what national/ethinicity/color/language.
There is nothing to say that the so called saviour will be born in India or anywhere near to it and nothing to say that the ones who incarnated
previously were from India. I regard most of it allegorical/metaphorical, just as much of the other religions are, including Islam. One needs to stop
looking outside for saviours and start looking at ones innermost self. There is going to be NO blue alien to come and save you. We need to save
ourselves. As far as the tenth incarnation of Vishnu goes, the story is very similar to the incidents of the prophet Muhammed. The quran also states
that this religion was created in the night for mankind (i.e in the nights of civilization) and that it will not be written again. Re search the rest
on your own. Apparently someone is more interested in admiring the saviour/incarnations rather than to follow the teachings!