Linda asks…

why life of jesus and life of Lord krishna so similar ?

compare life of krishna and jesus ?

hindu religion is older then Christianity.

Is bible copied from hindu religion .
http://www.religioustolerance.org/chr_jckr1.htm

Helen answers:

Yes,u are right Hindus helped Christians to write bible and there are similarities between Krisha and jesus.but only dissimilar is that Krishna was a lover boy while Jesus was a racist.

We have many parallels between Krishna and Christ.
*A marvellous light envelops Mary when Christ is born. A similar light envelops Devaki before Krsna is born.
*There is universal gladness of nature at their birth.
*Herod inquires of the wise men, ” Where is he that is born King of the Jews? “(Matthew ii 40
*Narada warns Kamsa the King that Krsna will kill him (Harivamsa ii 56)
*Herod is mocked by the wise men (Matthew, ii 16) and Kamsa is mocked by the demon that takes the place of Yasoda’s infant (ibid ii 59).
*The massacre of the infants in found in both.
*Joseph came with Mary to Bethlehem to be taxed: Nanda came with Yasoda to Mathura to pay tribute.
*The flight into Egypt is similar to that into Braj.
Krishna worship was observed by the Yavana (Alexander’s Greeks) who noticed the similarity between some of Krishna’s exploits and that of Hercules. The stories of the child Krishna predate that of the child Christ, and the similarities are too many to be coincidental.

Correspondences between events in Jesus’ and Krishna’s life:

Author Kersey Graves (1813-1883), a Quaker from Indiana, compared Yeshua’s and Krishna’s life. He found what he believed were 346 elements in common within Christiana and Hindu writings. That appears to be overwhelming evidence that incidents in Jesus’ life were copied from Krishna’s. However, many of Graves’ points of similarity are a real stretch.
He did report some amazing coincidences:

Yeshua and Krishna were called both a God and the Son of God.
Both was sent from heaven to earth in the form of a man.
Both were called Savior, and the second person of the Trinity.
His adoptive human father was a carpenter.
A spirit or ghost was their actual father.
Krishna and Jesus were of royal descent.
Both were visited at birth by wise men and shepherds, guided by a star.
Angels in both cases issued a warning that the local dictator planned to kill the baby and had issued a decree for his assassination. The parents fled. Mary and Joseph stayed in Muturea; Krishna’s parents stayed in Mathura.
Both Yeshua and Krishna withdrew to the wilderness as adults, and fasted.
Both were identified as “the seed of the woman bruising the serpent’s head.”
Jesus was called “the lion of the tribe of Judah.” Krishna was called “the lion of the tribe of Saki.”
Both claimed: “I am the Resurrection.”
Both referred to themselves having existed before their birth on earth.
Both were “without sin.”
Both were god-men: being considered both human and divine.
They were both considered omniscient, omnipotent, and omnipresent.
Both performed many miracles, including the healing of disease. One of the first miracles that both performed was to make a leper whole. Each cured “all manner of diseases.”
Both cast out indwelling demons, and raised the dead.
Both selected disciples to spread his teachings.
Both were meek, and merciful. Both were criticized for associating with sinners.
Both encountered a Gentile woman at a well.
Both celebrated a last supper. Both forgave his enemies.
Both descended into Hell, and were resurrected. Many people witnessed their ascensions into heaven.

In addition, there are other points of similarity between Krishna and Yeshua:”The object of Krishna’s birth was to bring about a victory of good over evil.”
Krishna “came onto earth to cleanse the sins of the human beings.”
“Krishna was born while his foster-father Nanda was in the city to pay his tax to the king.” Yeshua was born while his foster-father, Joseph, was in the city to be enumerated in a census so that “all the world could be taxed.”
Jesus is recorded as saying: “if you had faith as a mustard seed you would say to the mountain uproot yourself and be cast into the ocean” Krishna is reported as having uprooted a small mountain.
Krishna’s “…foster-father Nanda had to journey to Mathura to pay his taxes” just as Jesus foster-father Joseph is recorded in the Gospel of Luke as having to go to Bethlehem to pay taxes.
“The story about the birth of Elizabeth’s son John (the Baptist), cousin of Jesus, corresponds with the story in the Krishna myth about the birth of the child of Nanda and his wife Yasoda.” Nanda was the foster-father of Krishna.
The Greek God Dionysos, Jesus and Krishna were all said to have been placed in a manger basket.

Back in 1875, a man by the name of Kersey Graves presented a book — to the old Truth Seeker magazine titled The World’s Sixteen Crucified Saviors.
Kersey described the recent translation for the first time of the Hindu Vedas into the English language.He said “If, then, this heathen bible [the Vedas, compiled 1500-1200 B.C.] contains all the doctrines of Christianity, then away goes over the dam all claim for the Christian bible as an original revelation, or a work of divine revelation or inspiration. “

Carol asks…

Can you please cite the Importance of Endocrine System?

thank you:D

Helen answers:

The endocrine is one of the most important systems of the body. There are two systems that control the body, endocrine and nervous. The endocrine is basically producing and managing your hormones, making sure there isn’t too much or too little. In the pituitary gland alone you secrete 9 hormones such as:

1) Growth Hormone (GH) – which codes for your body to grow. If you have to much of this you have Giantism, which is lethal and you grow to be a giant. Those who have too little Growth hormones have a condition called Pituitary Dwarfism.

2)Antidiuretic hormone (ADH) – basically maintains your fluid volume. Monitoring your blood, water, urine, etc. Volume, making sure you don’t get dehydrated by not allowing the formation of urine. If your ADH levels are to low, you can get Diabetes Insipidus or suffer severe dehydration.

3) Thyroid Stimulating Hormone (TSH) – stimulates the thyroid to release the thyroid hormone. Decreased TSH levels can create Cretinism in children and increased levels can cause hyperthyroidism, Graves Disease, and similar.

4) Adrenocorticotropic Hormone (ACTH) – causes the release of glucocorticoids (which are essential to life influencing the energy metabolism of most body cells and they help us resist stressors) and androgens. It is very rare to have decreased levels, however increased levels of ACTH cause Cushings Disease.

5) Follicle-stimulating hormone (FSH) – in females it stimulates ovarian follicle maturation and the production of estrogen. In males stimulates sperm production. Too little causes failure of sexual maturation while there is no effect should you have an overproduction.

6)Luteinizing Hormone (LH) – in females triggers ovulation and stimulates the ovarian production of estrogen and progesterone; in males LH promotes testosterone production. The effects of too high and too little are the same as for FSH.

7) Prolactin (PRL) – promotes lactation; too little causes poor milk production in nursing women while too high causes inappropriate milk production and impotence and breast enlargement.

8) Oxytocin – stimulates uterine contraction, stimulates labor, and initiates milk injection; there are no known effects for too high or too little amounts of Oxytocin.

Sharon asks…

Overactive thyroid, 35 yrs old & no children yet?

Hello,
I’ve had hyperthyroidism for 6 years now (currently taking methamazole). Now I an consideration Radioactive Iodine (RAI) for treatment. However, I do not have children yet.

I am torn between starting a family asap and postpone the RAI treatmment OR have the treatment now and postpone starting a family. My concern with the latter is that if I postpone starting a family, I have to wait at least 1 year after RAI before I can conceive. Theoritically, I could be pushing 38 before I have even one baby (I’d like at least 2).

Anyone out there ever been faced with this?
Any issues with conceiving after having RAI (as my age is already a factor against me?
I’m looking for real life pros and cons of each as my doctor has that fertility should not be an issue. But i have lots of friends my age (and older) who’ve experienced fertility issues (and i know each case is different. Thanks!!!

Helen answers:

I agree with Jasmyn. However, the person who said radioactive iodine is not good for your eggs is not right. I had the treatment in 1998 and easily got pregnant a few months ago. I also think that you should not postpone getting pregnant with getting the treatment and possibly, depending on how you are doing, have the treatment after you have children. I ended up with Graves Disease from my overactive thyroid and had to have surgery to remove pressure from my eyes. They basically had to remove bones from my face to make room for the tissue that grew behind my eyes, but not everyone goes through that. Best of luck to you and maybe try to talk to some more doctors and get other opinions until you find one who can help you with your questions.

John asks…

Calling everyone here.I need urgent help with my very sick 4 year old daughter?

Okay please help me! I just got back from the ER with my 4 year old daughter. You see a few days ago my daughter wasn’t feeling well so i took her to our doctor. She was diagnosed with the flu. A day later i noticed she had a rash i took her back to the doctor and he thought it was still the flu. I knew it wasn’t so i took her to about 5 other doctors. They all gave different diagnoses so i took her to the ER. This is what she has: flu, measles, yeast infection, and irritable bowel syndrome. Home Remedies or treatments to help with these? Thank you and I’m sure my daughter thanks you too

Helen answers:

1. First of all has your daughter had her MMR (Measles, Mumps, and Rubella vacination) their suppose to get it at 12-15 months old and then a 2nd one at 4-6 years old. I would definitely check her shot record, or with your peditrician about that shot. #2….if there’s anyone you know that’s pregnant don’t let them around her or vise versa (the pregnant mothers baby could be born blind due to the measles)
#3….Measles

Definition of Measles
Measles (Rubeola) is a highly communicable disease characterized by fever, general malaise, sneezing, nasal congestion, brassy cough, conjunctivitis, and a maculopapular eruption over the entire body caused by the rubeola virus.

Description of Measles
While measles is usually a benign infection, encephalitis is a grave complication. Of those who develop encephalitis, about one in eight will die.

Bronchopneumonia is a serious complication of measles.

Otitis media, followed by mastoiditis, brain abscesses, or even meningitis, is not rare.
Causes and Risk Factors of Measles
Measles is most common in school-age children with outbreaks occurring in the winter and spring.

The occurrence of measles before the age of 6 months is relatively uncommon because of passively acquired maternal antibodies from the immune mother.

Symptoms of Measles
The onset is gradual with rhinitis, drowsiness, loss of appetite, gradual elevation of temperature for the first two days, when the fever may rise to 101 to 103 degrees (F).

Koplik’s spots usually appear on the buccal (inner cheek) mucosa opposite the molars on the second or third day.

About the fourth day, fever usually reaches a higher elevation than previously, at times as high as 104 to 106 degrees (F). With this recurrence the rash appears.

The measles rash first appears on the face, being seen early as small maculopapular lesions that increase rapidly in size and coalesce in places, often causing a swollen, mottled appearance. The rash extends to the body and extremities, and in some areas may resemble the rash of scarlet fever.

A cough, present at this time, is due to bronchitis produced by the inflammatory condition of the mucous membranes, which undoubtedly corresponds to the rash seen on the skin.

Ordinarily, the rash lasts from 4 to 5 days; and as it subsides, the temperature declines. Consequently, five days after the appearance of the rash, the temperature should be normal or approximately normal in uncomplicated cases.

Treatment of Measles
Maintain bedrest and provide quiet activities for the child. If there is sensitivity to light, keep room darkly lit.

Remove eye secretions with warm saline or water. Encourage the child not to rub the eyes.

Administer antipruritic medication and tepid sponge baths as ordered.

A cool mist vaporizer can be used to relieve cough.

Apply antipruritic medication to prevent itching.

Isolate child until fifth day of rash.

Prevention of Measles
Generally two doses of live measles vaccine are recommended, one shot at 15 months of age, and the second shot before entering either kindergarten or first grade (or at some other age as required by law in your state).

Measles re-vaccination guidelines are as follows: Persons vaccinated with live measle vaccine before their first birthday should be considered unvaccinated, and should receive at least one dose of measles vaccine.

Immunization is recommended one time for all persons born after 1956 who lack evidence of immunity to measles (receipt of live vaccine on or after the first birthday, laboratory evidence of immunity, or a history of physician-documented measles).
A second dose of measles vaccine is recommended for young adults in settings where individuals congregate (colleges, residential settings, etc.).

Questions To Ask Your Doctor About Measles
A:What are the usual symptoms of measles?
B? What can be done at home to help with the discomforts of measles?
C:What are the complications of measles?
D: Do you recommend the measles vaccine?
E: When is re-vaccination necessary?

I HOPE THIS HELPS……

George asks…

questions about the Ceausescu’s?

If Nicolae Ceaușescu and his wife were so hated, why do they have a marked grave? Its hard to believe that there are some supporters, after doing so much damage to his country.
Did the Ceaușescu children flee into exile, when they were over thrown?

Helen answers:

I don’t think there are many people who would be devoid of any support no matter how notorious.

Valentin Ceausescu was arrested in December 1989 and accused of undermining the economy of Romania. He was freed from prison nine months later, after no real charges were brought against him. During that time, his collection of 50 paintings by Romanian masters, engravings by Francisco Goya, and hundreds of rare books were confiscated. When he asked for restitution, the Romanian authorities argued that there are no documents which prove that he is the owner, and that the art collection belonged to the Romanian state. Ceaușescu sued the government for restitution. The courts found in favor of Ceaușescu in 2009, and ordered the National Museum of Art to return forty pictures. Working at the Institute of Atomic Physics (IFA) lab in Măgurele, he performs nuclear physics research. He still holds this job as of 2013.

Zoia Ceausescu was similarly arrested for “undermining the Romanian economy” and was released only eight months later, on 18 August 1990. After she was freed, she tried unsuccessfully to return to her former job at INCREST (Institute for Scientific and Technical Creativity), then gave up and retired. After the revolution, some newspapers reported that she had lived a wild life, having plenty of lovers and often being drunk. After her parents were executed, the new government confiscated the house where she and her husband lived (the house was used as proof of allegedly stolen wealth), so she had to live with friends. Zoia Ceaușescu believed that her parents were not buried in Ghencea Cemetery; she attempted to have their remains exhumed, but a military court refused her request. Zoia Ceaușescu was known to be an inveterate smoker. She died of lung cancer in 2006, at age 57.

Nicu had a reputation of being a heavy drinker and a playboy since high school. The documentary Videograms of a Revolution shows him exhibited as a prisoner on state television on 22 December 1989 after being arrested on accusations of holding children as hostages and other crimes. He was also arrested in 1990 for misuse of government funds under his father’s regime, and was sentenced to 20 years in prison. Released in November 1992 because of cirrhosis, he died of the disease four years later, aged 45, in a Vienna hospital.

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