Final incarnation of the Lord Vishnu

Final incarnation of the Lord Vishnu

(Aadishri Arun)

 Final incarnation of the Lord VishnuFinal incarnation of the Lord Vishnu – I saw a vision at mid night and it dropped a impact of coming the  Planet X on my heart. It was arisen since yeas and years back in my heart.

My eyes are fixed on  the arrival of Planet X and the impact of coming the  Planet X  and the Sun in relation to the earth. But I do not know about its arrival time. Many prophesies of Holy Bible co-relate with Lord’s appearing day on the Earth.

Lord Kalki is the final incarnation of the Lord Vishnu, who is predicted to come “like a comet and carry a terrifying sword for bringing about the annihilation of the wicked barbarian men at the end of the Kali-yuga” (Sri Dasavatara Stotra, 10th Sloka).

Kalki, the final avatar of Lord Vishnu, visualised as a warrior who rides a white horse and brandishes a Ratnasaru Sword. He has appeared as a destroyer and it is hoped that Vishnu, as Kalki, would destroy the new ways, and restore life to the old ways. In the reason of Lord Kalki, the world-cycle will change, so that a new era Satya-yuga” will begin. In other word, it will take the form of new yuga, or era.

In the End of Kali Yuga, the population of the whole world will be so much reduced to animalism that there will be no more power to understand what is God, or what is spiritualism. And it is already there, the Kali-yuga. It will increase. People will have no power to understand this philosophy, God consciousness. So at that time, when there are no more religious principles, there is no other alternative than to kill them all.

At that time the Kalki avatar will come, and He will take a sword on the horseback, just like a king send from heaven, He will simply go on killing all these non-believers, Godless creatures and usher in another Satya-yuga, the golden age of righteousness and truth.

According to Shrimad Bhagwatam Maha Puran: Lord Kalki, the Lord of the universe, riding His swift horse Devadatta and, sword in hand, will travel over the earth exhibiting His eight mystic powers and eight special qualities of Godhead. Displaying His unequalled effulgence and riding with great speed, He will kill by the millions those thieves and rogues who have dared dress as kings.

Kalki will destroy everything, even death too. He will destroy all structures so that none exist. In other words, He will herald Pralaya.

Just as every living organism goes through four phases of life — childhood, youth, maturity and old age — so does the world. Krita yuga marks the childhood of the world, Treta yuga marks the youth, Dvapara marks the maturity of the world and Treta, its old age. Parashurama heralds the end of Krita, Ram the end of Treta, Krishna the end of Dvapara, and Kalki marks the end of Kali yuga. Pralaya is death, death before rebirth. Pralaya is when Vishnu goes to sleep, becomes Narayana. Pralaya is when Ananta becomes Sesha, infinity becomes zero and Yoga-maya becomes Yoga-nidra.

Vishnu thus acknowledges the end of the world, engages with it, even participates in it. While as Parashurama and Ram and Krishna, he struggles to hold on to dharma, despite the corrupting march of time, as Balarama and finally Kalki, He lets go and allows the world to collapse. This is wisdom, knowing when to act and when to withdraw, knowing when to stop fighting and allowing age to take its toll.

It is predicted in Kalki Puran that the Kalki’s Administration will be for one thousand years. He will rule having with Iron Rod.