|In the story we have been reading in Kings of Kashmira, Varuna,||Lord Shiva, helped King Meghavahana [Jesus Christ] cross the "hardened" sea.|
|This crossing would have been on the stone and sand causeway seen on the left in this NASA photo. Top photo - Adam's peak in Shri Lankha|
This is the story in Kings of Kashmira of what King Meghaváhana [Jesus Christ] accomplished once he and his army walked across the "hardened" sea to Ceylon. Page 37. "When he reached the hill of Rohana [other texts show this to be Shri Pada, "Adam's Peak"] in Ceylon, his army rested under the shadows of palm trees. [On another page I show this to be Loma Linda, California, reached by time-travel]
Vibhisana, [George W. Bush] the king of the country, met him on friendly terms [ Bush pro-Christian-right] with songs and loud chantings. [the 2004 election] Then the king of Langka led the king of Kashmira to Langha and entertained him. [real meaning on another page] He forbade the use of flesh among his subjects who, as Rákshasas, [rough people, possible referring to the "monkey-men" of the Ramayana story] largely consumed it.
Vibishana then gave the King of Kashmira several flags in which the Rákshasas [here, Rakshashas may refer to Muslims, who bow with their face towards Mecca 5 times per day. They also consume meat.] were represented in a bowing position. Even to this day on every occasion that a king of Kashmira goes out, these flags which are called Parathrajas, are borne before him. Thus he [Meghavahana, [Jesus Christ]] forbade the use of animal food even in the kingdom of the Rákshasas and then returned to his own.
From that time none violated the king's order against the destruction of animals, neither in water, nor in the skies, nor in the forests did animals kill one another. .......We are ashamed to include the history of this good king to vulgar men, but those who write according to the Rishis do not care for the taste of their hearers."
Genesis 1:29 "And God said, Behold, I have given you every herb bearing seed, which is upon the face of all the earth, and every tree, in the which is the fruit of a tree yielding seed; to you it shall be for meat.
30 And to every beast of the earth, and to every fowl of the air, and to every thing that creepeth upon the earth, wherein there is life, I have given every green herb for meat: and it was so."
By marching from Kashmir, which he had already transformed into a totally vegetarian country under Lord Shiva's directions [Lord Shiva was the "protector of animal life" of the Indian Gods], Jesus came to "Adam's Bridge", to Ceylon, where the local tradition is still that Adam lived. ..And left his footprint on Shri Pada when he was evicted from heaven.
As a Jew and an Essene, Jesus knew that the "Torah" describes Adam and Eve as vegetarians. ....And that God after creation of the animals only gave them permission to eat vegetation also, not each other. Crossing "Adam's Bridge", Jesus as Prince Meghavahana, convinced the King of Shri Langka to restore the "original Eden" to its original diet, a vegetarian one!
I have shown on another page that this whole story can be paraphrased to indicate time-travel to Loma Linda and the Adventists, the best-known early promoters of vegetarianism [an other Essene values] in our modern age starting in 1844.
If one critically looks at the two terms for Adam in Hebrew, using Strong's concordance and dictionary, one discovers that most of the time the ruddy-colored human race is being referred to, not a person named "Adam".... And the "monkey-men" that built Adam's Bridge in the Ramayana would qualify as this primitive "Adam's Race". ...Jesus obviously knew this story, and used "Rauma" in place of "Rama" to indicate that he did know it. .....So "Adam" lived a million years ago! In the Tredha Yuga!