Re: Theos-World Kali-yuga
Mar 21, 2007 06:32 PM
by Cass Silva
So does this mean that in 1898 the 5000 years were up?
Konstantin Zaitzev <email@example.com> wrote:
> Further, the Kali Yuga, according to Barborka's book "Peral of the
> Orient" started on the sun rise of this day in 3000 BC with the
> death of Lord Krishna.
> I always wondered how they were supposed to know that.
I don't know exactly but this date is generally accepted all over the
India, and theosophical literature, as far I know, never questioned
Blavatsky wrote (somewhere in the SD) that exoteric numbers given in
the Puranas are close to the real esoteric numbers.
If I remember correctly, exact date is 3102 b.c.
She also wrote that the first 5000 year-period of Kali-yuga ends in
the very end of 19th century what leads us to the same numbers.
Overall duration of kali-yuga, according to the Puranas is 432000
W.Q. Judge in the "Ocean of theosophy" gives the same numbers and the
same starting point.
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