Friday, January 15, 2016
Krishna as Christ
The U shape between his eyes, there is a style of symbolic painting of Christ that also has it.
When we see pictures of Jesus with a peacock or peacock feather it is telling us he was in India.
The ruby in his headdress clasp can relate to unicorns. Unicorns were said to come from India and were supposedly hunted for the rubies in their skulls.
The pearl earrings, pearls were once only worn by royalty. Pearls signify the noble families surviving the Biblical flood.
Krishna had 12 female followers, the Gopis, as Jesus had 12 followers, the disciples. From Wikipedia. Besides his wife Rahda and 7 other principal queens, Hindu god Krishna, an avatar of the god Vishnu and the king of Dwarka - in the Dwapara Yuga (epoch), is described to have many unnamed junior wives. Their number is mentioned as 16,000 or 16,100 in different scriptures. Krishna accepted them as his wife upon their insistence to save themselves from the society who saw them as concubines of the demon king Narakasura. The chief amongst them is sometimes called Rohini. They were all kidnapped and held captive by the demon-king Narakasura. When Krishna slew Narakasura, he accepted all the captive women upon their insistence to safeguard their dignity. After marriage, they all lived in Dwarka, in a divine happiness.