From Original Nectar to Poisonous Sap

From Original Nectar Transformed to Distastefull Sap

From Original Nectar (left) to Poisonous Sap (right)

“Though the water of the Ganga is pure and sweet, when received by the roots of bitter or poisonous trees growing on its bank, it becomes distasteful sap in the trees. Similarly when the Vedas come from the mouths of these faithless people, the meaning becomes distasteful and gives results which are opposite to the normal results.” (Visvanath Cakravarti Thakura, Srimad-Bhagavatam Sarartha Darsini, 11.14.8p., as translated by Bhanu Swami)

With their +5000 posthumous changes to Srila Prabhupada’s Bhagavad-gita As It Is alone it is strikingly strange how the BBT International do not seem to notice how they themselves function as a poisonous tree who transforms pure nectar into distasteful, poisonous sap.

In their own purport to the same verse BBT International writes:

“Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī Ṭhākura has given a most interesting example, as follows. The water of the Ganges is always pure and very sweet. On the banks of that great river, however, there are several types of poisonous trees whose roots drink up the Ganges water from the soil and use it to produce poisonous fruits. Similarly, those who are atheistic or demoniac utilize their association with Vedic knowledge to produce the poisonous fruits of atheistic or materialistic philosophy.”

Stay away from the poisonous trees!

poisonous-tree

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2 thoughts on “From Original Nectar to Poisonous Sap

  1. Awsome. Nanda Suta das bachamari JPS

  2. ” Milk touched by the lips of a serpent becomes poisonous ” !!!

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