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Christianity and Hinduism - Different Paths to God

Post by Khoo Hock Leong » 07 Sep 2013

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The difference between Christianity and Hinduism is that the former realized God by believing Jesus Christ died for our sins and thus the believer gets everlasting life. In addition, Christianity offers the believer also to sit together with God in the bridal feast with other believers joyously feasting the spirit encompassing them.

Hinduism on the other hand wants us to know God through ourselves believing God resides in each and everyone of us in the form of Atma, the soul and in that sense, Hindus believe we are all part of God even if we are not made in the image of God. This is unlike Christianity where in each of us, we have the love of God and this is the form God resides within us. In addition, God made us in the image likeness of himself.

Perceptive readers would realize that Hindus stress more on the 5th house in our acquaintance of God with a pre-condition of Moksha, escaping re-birth as governed by the 12th house. 5th is the expansion of the 12th house ie. 5th is the 6th of the 12th. Keyword is expansion of the fruits of escaping re-birth which is the uniting with our soul and hence with with light of Shiva.

Christians stress more on the 9th house of celebration of God in fellowship with the pre-condition of believing that Jesus Christ died of our sins ie. 12th is the 4th of the 9th ie. 12th is the FOUNDATION of the 9th. Keword is foundation for being saved in the acceptance of the dictum that Jesus Christ died for our sins.

Nevertheless 5th is the 9th of the 9th and 9th is the 5th of the 5th, so both approaches lead towards the knowing of God more closely, but they use different paths.

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Re: Christianity and Hinduism - Different Paths to God

Post by Khoo Hock Leong » 07 Sep 2013

Notice in both approaches, 12th house is indispensable, which is Pisces, the current age which we are progressing backwards and about to end soon.

Hence those who are not saved by the 12th house, would end up being destroyed. It is predicted in both Hinduism and Christianity.

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Post by Khoo Hock Leong » 07 Sep 2013

Notice also Saturn is the karaka of the 12th house and the 8th house.

Saturn being karaka of the 12th house means :

(1) For Christianity, Satan (or Saturn) would always fuel believers' doubts that Jesus Christ died for our sins. This includes Saturn being the SPECIALISED karaka for knowledge by our forefathers in the 6th house, and so traditions of Orthodox Christianity or even Catholicism etc. as passing off as heritage Christianity being passed down as the true Christianity.

(2) For Hinduism, Saturn keeps track of our karma. If there is karma left over, then we can never attain Moksha, and to that extent, we will be one step less close towards uniting with our Atma and in turn to the grand Atma or energy of the Universe.

Saturn being karaka of the 8th house means :

(1) For Christianity, the goal is the 9th house. 8th being the 12th of the 9th means Saturn or Satan, is the loss towards to be with God.

(2) For Hindus, the goal is the 5th house. 5th is the 10th of the 8th, so Hindus make use of all Saturn techniques like bhakti, yaja, tapas, siddhi, sadhana etc. to achieve their aim to merge with their Atma. There is no harm in using Saturn spiritual techniques of the 8th. Mantras is a special category which come under the 5th house where Jupiter is karaka, the significator of sounds in the 3rd, and of higher sounds which is mantras in the 5th.

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Post by Darkerhorse » 19 May 2020

How would you determine which path is indicated for the individual?

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Re: Christianity and Hinduism - Different Paths to God

Post by Darkerhorse » 22 Jun 2020

Any thoughts?

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Re: Christianity and Hinduism - Different Paths to God

Post by lefteye » 23 Jun 2020

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Hi Learned Members

The difference between Christianity and Hinduism is that the former realized God by believing Jesus Christ died for our sins and thus the believer gets everlasting life. In addition, Christianity offers the believer also to sit together with God in the bridal feast with other believers joyously feasting the spirit encompassing them.

Hinduism on the other hand wants us to know God through ourselves believing God resides in each and everyone of us in the form of Atma, the soul and in that sense, Hindus believe we are all part of God even if we are not made in the image of God. This is unlike Christianity where in each of us, we have the love of God and this is the form God resides within us. In addition, God made us in the image likeness of himself.

"Perceptive readers would realize that Hindus stress more on the 5th house in our acquaintance of God with a pre-condition of Moksha, escaping re-birth as governed by the 12th house. 5th is the expansion of the 12th house ie. 5th is the 6th of the 12th. Keyword is expansion of the fruits of escaping re-birth which is the uniting with our soul and hence with with light of Shiva.

Christians stress more on the 9th house of celebration of God in fellowship with the pre-condition of believing that Jesus Christ died of our sins ie. 12th is the 4th of the 9th ie. 12th is the FOUNDATION of the 9th. Keword is foundation for being saved in the acceptance of the dictum that Jesus Christ died for our sins.

Nevertheless 5th is the 9th of the 9th and 9th is the 5th of the 5th, so both approaches lead towards the knowing of God more closely, but they use different paths."



Horoscopes work following the same rule for all.Christian may not accept moksha. Still, moksha will be allowed,if his chart assures one. The moksha trikon 4th 8th and 12th house need to be good. As per the Advaita siddhanta we are all part of the One. The 24 tattvas used in Astrology originally evolve from Sankhiya concept which was later improved and the concept of monotheism was formed. This was further improved and evolved as Advaita. This concept accomodates all faiths and beliefs along with facts. Buddhism-(minus) God=Advaita. When I quote Buddhism,it is Theravada Buddhism only as per my understanding.

The basic faith is " "Asavadityo brahma: brahmaiva Ahamasmi",he declares. This is not a mere assertion of a mental conviction, but a truth realised ". This is the heart of sandhyopasana. Sun is Brahmam I am also Brahmam. (Later,Vaishnava traditions separated soul from God. They chant "Asavadityo brahma:" only.)

Christianity was not formed by Christ. He lived as a Jew and did services for a limited period & was crucified as a Jew. The teachings of Christ were based on simplifying Jewish worships and rituals which were as complicated as ancient vedic worships with sacrifices. While he Himself wondered about the Crucifixion"My Lord,why you have foresaken me?",the followers totally ignored this point and went on with the pre told sacrifice theory.

"Prophecy - “But He was wounded and crushed for our sins. He was beaten that we might have peace. He was whipped, and we were healed! All of us have strayed away like sheep. We have left God’s paths to follow our own. Yet the Lord laid on Him the guilt and sins of us all. From prison and trial they led Him away to His death. But who among the people realized that He was dying for their sins – that He was suffering their punishment? I will give Him the honors of One who is mighty and great, because He exposed Himself to death. He was counted among those who were sinners. He bore the sins of many and interceded for sinners.” (Isaiah 53:5-6, 8, 12)"

This is the basic prophecy used by His followers. It was the regular practice from the times of Adam to give sacrifice to Jehova to get a prayer sanctioned. THE NORMAL CHOICE WAS A LAMB. With Jesus,they changed the track of sacrificing methodology and advocated stopping animal sacrifices at worship places.

Now, look at this Gospel:
"“He personally carried away our sins in His own body on the cross so we can be dead to sin and live for what is right. You have been healed by His wounds.” (1 Peter 2:24)" These are interpretations based on the Jewish prophecy but the credit is entirely diverted to some other God.

If you compare the vegetarian sacrifices done during ishti in a Hindu ritual and the Passover festivel of Jewish ritual,"As the Torah recounts, God commanded the Jews to create this special unleavened bread. During Passover it is eaten as a flat, cracker-like bread or used in dishes as breadcrumbs and in the traditional matzo ball soup" This was thrown in fire as a sacrifice.In ishtis,same cakes made up of rice in ball shapes are thrown in the sacred fire.


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Re: Christianity and Hinduism - Different Paths to God

Post by lefteye » 25 Jun 2020

Khoo Hock Leong wrote:
07 Sep 2013
Notice also Saturn is the karaka of the 12th house and the 8th house.

Saturn being karaka of the 12th house means :

(1) For Christianity, Satan (or Saturn) would always fuel believers' doubts that Jesus Christ died for our sins. This includes Saturn being the SPECIALISED karaka for knowledge by our forefathers in the 6th house, and so traditions of Orthodox Christianity or even Catholicism etc. as passing off as heritage Christianity being passed down as the true Christianity.

(2) For Hinduism, Saturn keeps track of our karma. If there is karma left over, then we can never attain Moksha, and to that extent, we will be one step less close towards uniting with our Atma and in turn to the grand Atma or energy of the Universe.

Saturn being karaka of the 8th house means :

(1) For Christianity, the goal is the 9th house. 8th being the 12th of the 9th means Saturn or Satan, is the loss towards to be with God.

(2) For Hindus, the goal is the 5th house. 5th is the 10th of the 8th, so Hindus make use of all Saturn techniques like bhakti, yaja, tapas, siddhi, sadhana etc. to achieve their aim to merge with their Atma. There is no harm in using Saturn spiritual techniques of the 8th. Mantras is a special category which come under the 5th house where Jupiter is karaka, the significator of sounds in the 3rd, and of higher sounds which is mantras in the 5th.

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Satan is the fallen angel as cursed by Jehova. The God of the Jews and Israles. Saturn is the English name of Shani who is under the control of dharma devta Yamaraj. Both are radically different.

Saturn is the lord of dharma,having yamaraj as his Ati devta. Satan is the lord of adharma inducing people to go against the imposed dharma by the God.

Saturn indicates the weaker areas in a chart in previous birth.He is determined to punish all those bhavas with his association. Satan is poised to induce the negative quality of a person.

Comparing these two -Saturn and Satan as one is not obviously correct,Sir.

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