The Vegan/Raw Meat Dialectic Exposed!!!

The vegan/raw meat dialectic is been used by international jewry as a diversion to stop the natural progression to Aryan consciousness from a lacto-vegetarian diet. Humanity needs to recognise how they are been deviated from attaining spiritual enlightenment by the agents of darkness.


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TRANSLATION: If one offers Me with love and devotion a leaf, a flower, fruit a water, I will accept it.

PURPORT: Here Lord Krsna, having established that He is the only enjoyer, the primeval Lord, and the real object of all sacrificial offerings, reveals what types of sacrifices He desires to be offered. If one wishes to engage in devotional service to the Supreme in order to be purified and to reach the goal of life-the transcendental loving service of God-then he should find out what the Lord desires of him. One who loves Krsna will give Him whatever He wants, and he avoids offering anything which is undesirable or unasked for. Thus, meat, fish and eggs should not be offered to Krsna. If He desired such things as offerings, He would have said so. Instead He clearly requests that a leaf, fruit, flowers and water be given to Him, and He says of this offering, “I will accept it.” Therefore, we should understand that He will not accept meat, fish and eggs. Vegetables, grains, fruits, milk and water are the proper foods for human beings and are prescribed by Lord Krsna Himself. Whatever else we eat cannot be offered to Him, since He will not accept it. Thus we cannot be acting on the level of loving devotion if we offer such foods.
In the Third Chapter, verse thirteen, Sri Krsna explains that only the remains of sacrifice are purified and fit for consumption by those who are seeking advancement in life and release from the clutches of the material entanglement. Those who do not make an offering of their food, He says in the same verse, are said to be eating only sin. In other words, their every mouthful is simply deepening their involvement in the complexities of material nature. But preparing nice, simple vegetable dishes, offering them before the picture or Deity of Lord Krsna and bowing down and praying for Him to accept such a humble offering, enable one to advance steadily in life, to purify the body, and to create fine brain tissues which will lead to clear thinking. Above all, the offering should be made with an attitude of love. Krsna has no need of food, since He already possesses everything that be, yet He will accept the offering of one who desires to please Him in that way. The important element, in preparation, in serving and in offering, is to act with love for Krsna.
The impersonalist philosophers, who wish to maintain that the Absolute Truth is without senses, cannot comprehend this verse of Bhagavad-gita. To them, it is either a metaphor or proof of the mundane character of Krsna, the speaker of the Gita. But, in actuality, Krsna, the Supreme Godhead, has senses, and it is stated that His senses are interchangeable; in other words, one sense can perform the function of any other. This is what it means to say that Krsna is absolute. Lacking senses, He could hardly be considered full in all opulences. In the Seventh Chapter, Krsna has explained that He impregnates the living entities into material nature. This is done by His looking upon material nature. And so in this instance, Krsna’s hearing the devotee’s words of love in offering foodstuffs is wholly identical with His eating and actually tasting. This point should be emphasized: because of His absolute position, His hearing is wholly identical with His eating and tasting. Only the devotee, who accepts Krsna as He describes Himself, without interpretation, can understand that the Supreme Absolute Truth can eat food and enjoy it.
(Bhagavad-gita 9.26)

Author: Mukunda dasa

I desire to fully surrender my life and soul to Srila Prabhupada. Then I can become instrumental in assisting him with his mission of delivering all the conditioned souls to the shelter of Sri Sri Gaura-Nitai and Sri Sri Radha Krishna.

9 Replies to “The Vegan/Raw Meat Dialectic Exposed!!!

  1. Ugh raw meat! Going to get sick from that certainly. But don’t conflate it with raw vegan, Prabhupada once told his cook Nanda Kumar a raw diet is actually the best but didn’t mandate for everyone just gave the minimum lacto vegetarian. He also advocated ahimsa milk and used commercial dairy as a stop-gap measure (like many measures in ISKCON’s inception) so the use of commercial dairy and bogus philosophy of offering it to ‘help’ cows is like many deviations that need correcting. Ahimsa milk is becoming more available gradually and the solution is to reverse the tide away from industrialised society back to agrarian. The vegans can be allies in this struggle if not isolated, although many are atheistic many are very open to the path of bhakti in my 20+ years experience. Peace

  2. Oh sorry in addition to previous comments I meant to say the vegan movement itself isn’t a product of the Zionists although of course they may well wish to infiltrate it and divert it, as they do every revolution that threatens their control. Peace.

  3. I laughed so hard every time you said “Look! That’s Sverige and his followers!”
    Thank you for the informative and entertaining videos as always.

  4. reminds me of the “hype” that came up a few year ago;
    burgers made of insects: mealworms, crickets, chapulines,… with the claim that we should get our protein from insects + that “its better for the environment” than meat, that was already a big shock , but this raw meat eating is far worse..kali yuga progressing= humanity losing his common sense..

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