shivsena wrote:Ak teaches that DL (first prince--Krishna) does not figure in the 108 souls and his number comes after 4.5 lacs souls.....so i cannot understand how can DL(moon of knowledge) narrate avaykt Vanis.
I have yet to find clarification regarding this point(is Brahma Baba part of the 108), and so if there is absolute clarification about it, would some kindly soul point me in the right direction. Thank you!
If you think about the second part of your question Shivsena Bhai; who else but Brahma Baba, could provide continuity for Brahmin souls in the Yagya at this time(1969). After being God's Chariot for 22 years or so, his presence in some form was vital to the souls that remained, including future PBKs. It was expected that God(BapDada), would be with them until the end. Father Shiv was also able to work through Brahma Baba in this scenario, to pass on vital hints and information, about what was happening at the time. Also, this may not have even been possible with Mama, as she was a soul who had no visions or experiences from Father Shiv, and so may not have fitted the role of trance messenger. Brahma Baba was the perfect conduit for Father Shiv to use in this scenario, and the soul to hold what remained of the Brahmin family together, both in 1969, and then in 1976.
shivsena wrote:Also Krishna is devta and not farishta.....so how can a devta teach the knowledge of how to become karmatit farishta (which every Vani teaches )....so imo, there is no other soul other than Mama who is narrating the Vanis as avaykt karmatit farishta.
It's true, Brahma Baba cannot teach this, only ShivBaba Himself can; and this is why he continues to do so via Baba Dixit. Imo, any information Father Shiv passes on via Dadi Gulzar, is so that no Brahmin soul can ever say... "but we were never told!" The other point is; that had it been a karmateet Mama who was entering Dadi Gulzar, there wouldn't have been any amnesia caused to her(DG), due to Mama's subtle body; as imo, she wouldn't have one, if this was the case. It is my understanding, that the subtle body of a deceased soul, is a sign of being incomplete. We do not take subtle bodies to Paramdham, when we have become karmateet.