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Monday, February 20, 2017

Ayyappa, Most Famously Known in Recent Centuries as Jesus . . .

Ayyappa, also known as Sastha (Mount Shasta?) shown seated between two of His Brothers, is the Son of God Shiva and Goddess/God Vishnu (Krishna sometimes comes as a Goddess named Mohini), and is the Protector of Created Beings. 


Jeshua ben Joseph (aka Jesus Christ), pictured with Krishna watching over Him, is said to have said "I have other sheep that are not of this fold..." (John 10:16) indicating He had followers other than Christians, and thus that He had lived other places/lifetimes.

Jeshua pictured with His real "Mother" Krishna looking over Him? 
The Virgin Mary thus the suitable surrogate mother to birth the Avatar of Ayyappa known as Jeshua ben Joseph?
Vishnu/Krishna (Who is Paramatma, the Supreme Self who is the source of Atman, God seeded in all beings, and Ayyappa's Mother) as "the Holy Spirit"??
Shiva as "The Father"? 

Ayyappa heals the blind:
Upon completing his princely training and studies when he offered 'gurudakshina' or fee to his guru, the master aware of his divine power asked him for a blessing of sight and speech for his blind and dumb son. Manikantan placed his hand on the boy and the miracle happened.  (http://srinagaroo.blogspot.com/2013/04/lord-ayyappa.html?m=1)


Ayyappa raises the dead:

One of Ayyappa's names is Lakshmanapranadata generally meaning Reviver of Lakshmana's Life,

Ayyappa Mantra

Bhootha natha Sadaananda
Sarva Bhootha daya Para
Raksha Raksha Maha Bhaago
Sastre thubhyam Namo Namaha

The protector of all created beings
Ever blissful and merciful to all
protect me, SASTA, prostrations
unto Thee Oh Great warrior !!!

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