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December 8, 2009

Christmas & Window Dressing (Dec. 8, 2009)

Subject: Zeitgeist - Letter to the Editor
From: Jarryd
Date: Tue, December 8, 2009
To: Editor

Hi there Ken,

I hope you get a chance to read this email some time soon.

I hail from South Africa (Durban) and if you know a little of SA then you'll know that we are a country with pretty much one of the most diverse cultures around. I am of Indian descent, well like 7 generations ago, but I am a born Full Gospel Christian. Over the past few years I have actively participated in newspaper debates surrounding religion. In SA we Christians are constantly being attacked by Muslims and Hindu's in the papers etc.

A few weeks ago on Facebook, I came across a friend of a friend who is a Zeitgeist follower. Up until then I had not heard of them. I took great insult to what he had said to me and I took up a challenge by him. We are about to start our little discussion. I then stumbled across your site which I must say is extremely informative.

There is just one aspect I am wondering if you could help me on. It is the Krishna vs Christ debate. I do respect Hindu's for their belief in a deity such as Krishna but as a Chrisitian and knowing the truth I cannot accept the belief of Krishna. Is there any substantial ways of disproving Krishna? Especially with the Zeitgeist guys saying the Christ is a story following from Krishna.

I had a quick read on the discussion you had with another reader regarding Zeitgeist and I must say you really fared excellently! I am in IT now but was thinking of getting into Astronomy. I am quite clued up in that field and I find the ZG claims of the star formations and astrology aspect to be quite laughable - example the Age of Pisces which we are now in, and that is why the fish is a symbol in Christianity.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

I have printed a few of your pages regarding ZG, I hope you don't mind, as I am compiling a sort of 'book' for my personal knowledge gain. I still have a long way to go in my religious endeavours(I'm turning 21 in a few days).

Thanks and God Bless.


Jarryd K


Hi Jarryd,

You gain nothing by debating people about religious beliefs. It's just a type of contest or sport done more for ego gratification rather than to gain knowledge and it has nothing to do with spiritual growth. If you enjoy doing it, it's OK, but don't delude yourself into thinking it has any merit for you or him or anyone else who read such debates.

Zeitgeist is a disinformation psyops. It's intended to undermine your belief in Christ and other advanced teachers who came to earth to bring light and spiritual knowledge.

Catholics and Protestants are repeatedly told that Christ is the only Son of God and that brainwashing forces you to deny that other advanced souls like Krishna can be on a similar plane of spiritual advancement.

Catholics recite the Apostle's Creed at every mass and it has you declare that Chirst is the one and only son of God, but that's not true.

Christ never said he was the son of God. He said he was the son of MAN. Constantine and the Council of Nicea decided that Christ was the one and only son of God in 323 AD.

Every thing living and non living is a part of God. We are all sons and daughters of God. There is no exclusive club. We are all members of God's family.

Christ, Krishna and Buddah were real people who incarnated into human form to help teach the dumb and the blind of this planet to see the Light. It's extremely immature and foolish to debate whose Avatar is more worthy of the title.

Love your neighbor as yourself and forgive those who tresspass against you. That's all you need to think about. Everything else is window dressing.

Best, Ken

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