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We touched on this recently, and I've been thinking a lot about what time it is lately. Kaljug. And we see his consciousness manifest in the dominant male thinking of the world. 

And I was curious, well who's his wife? And it turns out it's Mythia and if we look at her influence in the dominant female thinking it's now painfully obvious how prevalent it is. 

And being influenced by male and female energies, all of us, we can see these attributes from both influence every individual. 

Now we know Kalki Avtar is talked about. We know more importantly that Khalsa Raj is real, and we know that Kalyug continues for a long time. 

So I was thking..I mean who's to say Kalyug didn't take power from Kali? Chandi, Kali, and Durga fought hard to save this place repeatedly. 

Is it supposed to be Kali Yug?

Can we fight Dharam Yudh and institute Khalsa Raj? And does it represent both victory and the continuation of Kali Yug not Kalyug?

And then I get curious... who's Kali's husband? And lo and behold its Shiva...who is supposed to come as Kalki Avtar...

 

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2037 we coming 

Yep very narrow minded thinking in panth. we need maya as shatsaar..and we wander why have sellouts' in our kaum and same issues again and again etc...its not Rocket science. Money = Power... Don

Vaheguru ji ka khalsa Vaheguru ji ki fateh This is why we don't talk about it.Everything out of a persons understanding is mocked.But it's fine, you are the Sangat and you are wiser than me.I am

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7 minutes ago, Shaheed4life said:

Khalsa raaj is soon that's all i will say.🙏

That is such a relieving prospect. Makes way for me to experience the new mild anxiety of putting myself together. Lol. Prepared as a human but woefully wretched as a Gursikh. 

Kalki Avtar would show up, I'd be like Hey guys I'm here to help! They'd be like "What are you?" 

I'm a Sikh! 

They'd be like

"Vaheguru it's worse here than we thought...uggg...well..give it a Shastar it can't hurt itself with....Somebody teach it to say Mool Mantar right.. it's embarassing" lol. 

 

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2 minutes ago, GurjantGnostic said:

That is such a relieving prospect. Makes way for me to experience the new mild anxiety of putting myself together. Lol. Prepared as a human but woefully wretched as a Gursikh. 

Kalki Avtar would show up, I'd be like Hey guys I'm here to help! They'd be like "What are you?" 

I'm a Sikh! 

They'd be like

"Vaheguru it's worse here than we thought...uggg...well..give it a Shastar it can't hurt itself with....Somebody teach it to say Mool Mantar right.. it's embarassing" lol. 

 

Not sure about kalki avatar, just know khalsa raaj is soon and some things are closer than we think.

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We are confident about Khalsa Raj but in reality we cant even take our Gurdwaras back from Badal dal.

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14 minutes ago, jassa said:

We are confident about Khalsa Raj but in reality we cant even take our Gurdwaras back from Badal dal.

Amen bro. Time to reform and train locally then collaborate. Should be very inspired calculating the optimal way to give Daan and Daswand. 

There's a good chance we serve as augmentee forces thankfully. 

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4 hours ago, jassa said:

We are confident about Khalsa Raj but in reality we cant even take our Gurdwaras back from Badal dal.

That should be our first priority as a panth. This beadbi and sucking up to the gov has gone too long.

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On 4/1/2021 at 11:45 AM, intrigued said:

That should be our first priority as a panth. This beadbi and sucking up to the gov has gone too long.

Also we need aim for financial freedom having panthic Khalsa billionaires.  Financial freedom leads to freedom. 

Those who can to invest in panthic projects. It'll be snowball effect

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