“Yogastah kuru karmani – Established in Being perform actions!”
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on Bhagavad-Gita
Comments on words of Lord Krishna
We all have heard the story of the legendary King Arthur, haven’t we? Legends, tales, books, movies, novels, well, they have been creating a strong impact on modern culture, and I guess we all asked ourselves what is really true in all these variations and modifications of the same story. Exactly this question I was asking myself as well. Without the proper background, I always enjoy such stories just like that … like stories, and storytelling. Then somehow, as I had started my research on merging together Vedic Astrology-Jyotish and History Science, well what to say, I stumbled upon King Arthur. I literarily stumbled on King Arthur himself, because was researching something else entirely. As you already know, the true historical Jesus was my focus for a long. As the story of Jesus was coming close to the end, I was asking myself what would be his next incarnation, where would he incarnate after that phenomenal appearance as Jesus. There were many options, but an idea came that he would possibly just continue the same job as he was doing in that famous incarnation. As some offshoots of his family and descendants finished in Britain, it was logical to search right there in Britain. Nevertheless, that was Roman Empire, and surprisingly the trail was leading somewhere else, it was leading toward the Roman province Illyricum and Dalmatia as part of it, what is part of Croatia today. The trail was leading toward Roman military officer and commander … Lucius Artorius Castus. Therefore, this is the story about the amazing achievements of one Roman soldier, who actually finished in Britain … and become the king of Britain. Vedic Astrology-Jyotish blessed as again with fantastic revelations.
To be honest, for some time I had some small dilemma where to put this essay, I mean, in which category among few main groups of my essays. Nevertheless, because this is just the very next incarnation after Jesus, and because Lucius Artorius Castus did spend some significant part of his military carrier right there in Judea and Jewish World, just at the time when all these events were still relatively fresh, well, the dilemma was dispelled very soon. This essay definitely has its own place right here among Biblical topics. If somebody thinks that King Arthur does not belong to the Biblical story, well, I think this is a time for some changes in attitude. Biblical stories are not forever. Everything is subjected to changes according to the point of view we are looking at, and according to the level of consciousness, we are established in.
Enjoy the research and the reading or maybe downloading the PDF document, along with the link mentioned below … Enjoy the reading …
Brocéliande – The famous forest with legendary sword Excalibur of King Arthur