Hare Krishna ! Jesu
ki jaya !
Please accept my humble obeisances.
At the beginning of every cosmic manifestation, the Second
Person of the Godhead, Lord Baladeva, the Servitor Lord, Original Spiritual
Master and Savior of all devotees, sacrifices Himself as the cosmic Purusha, for
the creation, maintenance and redemption of the entire universe. The Rishis
(compare Hebrew Roeh 'Seers') assist Him at His Self sacrifice. The remnants of
His sacrifice become the food of all beings. Commemoration of His sacrifice
becomes the central rite / act of worship in the whole universe. His consecrated
Body / Remnants / Sesha or PURUSHA-IDA / Prasadam are the 'remnants of His sacrifice' sacramental
food of the twice-born. All of the Devas are born from His sacrifice. From His
head the brahmanas are manifest, from His arms the kshatriyas, from His belly
the vaishyas and from His legs the shudras are manifest. Thus the varnashrama
dharma sacramental 'Mystical Social Body' of Purusha is the primal cause of
theocentric human civilization and all sacramental social life.
The Vedic sacrifices all began with this cosmic Self-sacrifice of Purusha Yupa Dhvaja, and ultimately commemorated His 'once-and-all-sufficient' Self-offering. Thus Purusha or Yagna Purusha as 'Self Sacrifice Personified' was called Yupa Dhvaja ('Stake-flagged') because the instrument of His cosmic sacrifice was the sacred Axis Mundi Yupa Stake, Cross or Post to which He was fixed in the primal Purusha Sukta Hymn, for His cosmic sacrifice. Thus in the Vedic Sacrificial system, sacrificial victims were fixed to a post, pole or cross called a Yupa, in memory of Purusha's cosmic sacrifice. Since He was sacrificed on the cosmic Yupa Axis Mundi or 'Cross of all Creation', He was called Yupa Dhvaja....or the One Whose eternal emblem or symbol (or 'heraldic device' for His Flag / Dhvaja ) was the instrument (Yupa Post) of His cosmic sacrifice.
All the Vedic sacrifices related to the Purusha Sukta were intercessory or ATONING in nature. Thus Vedic kings and brahmanas, JUST LIKE THE JEWS would perform great Vedic sacrifices to atone for the sins of the nation. This was still going on in India when Shakya Muni Buddha promoted His ahimsa doctrine to stop it. In fact a 'SCAPE GOAT' type of Vedic Rite was recently performed in Nepal, to cleanse the Nation of its bad karma for the assassination of its royal family.
The Apostolic Catholic and related Christian worship of Jesus Christ as the Second Person of the Godhead Self-offered for the salvation of the whole universe, is the worship of Baladeva, the original Spiritual Master as Yupa Dhvaja, Who "takes away the sins of the world". Thus the sacramental social body of Christ in Catholicism is related to the mystical social body of Purusha Yupa Dhvaja or Yagna Purusha, and the Eucharist is Lord Jesus Purusha's Maha Prasadam. As the Second Person of the Godhead, He is the Original Spiritual Master and the Savior of all universes. None come to the Father but through, with, in and by Him.
So, please don't blaspheme Lord Baladeva as Purusha Yupa
Dhvaja, and don't ridicule His Christian devotees for worshiping Him in His Sign
of the Yupa or Cross, according to the ancient Vedic Tradition...as Yupa Dhvaja.
He is the cosmic Redeemer Form of the Original Spiritual Master, Who has
taken away the sins of the entire cosmic manifestation !
To really behold His Cross / Yupa is to see the FINAL END of all the
universe's sins, as the central fact or Axis Mundi of all creation. In the Cross / Yupa of Lord Baladeva as Jesus Purusha, all
things past and future, human and Divine, are finally reconciled IN HIS
An aspiring devotee of Lord Baladeva as Yupa Dhvaja, Jesus
/ Yashas Purusha
Bhakti Ananda Goswami
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