An Interview with Pandit Gopi Krishna, Fallacies of Darwin and the Creationists, Part 1. (Slight distortion ends at 2"22'.)
"What I say now has been said hundreds of times during the last three thousand years. The only difference is that I am repeating the message in a language appropriate to this age. The man of the future will dwell on the earth as we do, with subdued ambition, passion and desire, but with a mind roaming the glowing vault of heaven in ceaseless wonder and ecstasy, his eyes opened to other planes of creation, motivated by other dreams and ambitions and invested with other powers of creation, motivated by other dreams and ambitions and invested with other powers and potentialities than those dreamed of or sought after by us at present.
I have not the least fear that I would be disbelieved or misunderstood or even ridiculed for my outspoken statements. I know what I claim is beyond belief, that no one has narrated a story similar to mine before, nor has the world heard of an adventure parallel to the one I am talking about. From my point of view, mystical ecstasy does not denote an encounter with the Creator, but the birth of a new pattern of consciousness, the common heritage of future man. I have the highest veneration for the mystics of every land and clime. With tears in my eyes, I read of their trials and triumphs, of their sacrifices and the rewards they won, of the pain they endured and the happiness they gleaned.
It is a privilege from me to count myself as a footman in this august assembly."
The Wonder of the Brain, Gopi Krishna, 1987.
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