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The Supreme God, Jesus Christ and Universal language

The Supreme God created man. He is beautiful and He also made man like that. In the Bible it has been written that the Supreme Lord has a form. It has also been written in the Koran of the Muslims and in other religious scriptures that God, or Allah, created man in His own image. No one can deny that these statements are in the Bible and Koran.

Jesus went to India when he was about sixteen years old, and he visited many places of pilgrimage like Vṛndāvana, Ayodhyā, South India, and Jagannātha Purī. In Purī he saw Jagannātha, Baladeva, and Subhadrā and he heard Jagannātha addressed as Kṛṣṇa. From this name came Krista, then Kroosta, then Kroosna, and then Christ. There are no separate Gods. In this entire universe there is only one Supreme God. There are many gods, but the Supreme God is not Russian, British, German, or Australian. He knows all the languages perfectly, and ultimately there is no need of knowing these languages. There is only one real language in the entire world, and that language is called love.

September 22, 2002 Odessa, Ukraine

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