Kalki, A Prophetic Vision of the Coming Incarnation
Kalki, A Prophetic Vision
Kalki is believed to be the tenth incarnation of Maha Vishnu. According to the Puranas he will appear at the end of time to destroy evil and restore order to herald a new golden age upon earth. The following poem is based upon a vision of Kalki in which he appeared as a cosmic being who will incarnate upon earth far in future to save the world from the tyranny of darkness and restore order to herald a new age of unprecedented psychic powers and incredible discoveries.
And the goddess appeared and said, "Be prepared,
O sleeping children of God's shattered dream.
The coming incarnation of God will be a Great Master
of Knowledge, infused with the golden dust of dreams.
He will roll the universe as if it were a parchment, and
drink from the cup of Time as if he invented miracles.
Riding on the back of star powered winds he will take
you on an infinite cosmic journey into the mysteries
of the universe which none has ever seen or heard.
He is being forged by the wondrous gods of antiquity
in the secret cave of the universe. His time is yet to come.
But when he arrives on the placid plains of the verdant earth,
with the sword of love and a gaze filled with the brilliance of
myriad suns, remember it will not be to destroy this world,
but to recreate it anew in the vision of God. He will come
with the body of a human as his shining robe but with pure
intelligence, which will be forever his gift for the rest to follow.
Master of the Self and Lord of the universe, with pure
conscoiusness woven into the fabric of soul, pulsating with life,
he will soak the world with his golden aura and cleanse it.
Stories will be written and legends will be hewn in his name,
as he of the cosmic dawn will herald a new epoch upon earth
to steer the world far beyond what human mind can conceive.
Suggestions for Further Reading
- Hinduism - Gods and Goddess in the Vedas
- Hindu God Vishnu, the Preserver
- The Rig Veda translation by Griffith, Introduction
- About the Vedas and Vedic Literature
- Hymns from the Rig Veda
- The Meaning And Significance of Prarthana or Prayer in Hinduism
- Why and How Should We Pray? The Prayer Purpose
- Praying With the Right Attitude
- The Vedas as the Source of Valid Knowledge
- Mantras in Hinduism
- English Devotional Prayers to Hindu Gods and Goddesses
- Gods and Goddesses of Hinduism
- Hindu God Lord Shiva (Siva) - the Destroyer
- Sarasvathi, The Goddess of Learning
- Lakshmi, the Hindu goddess of Wealth and Wellbeing
- The Ashtadikpalas, Rulers of Eight Directions
- Gods of Hinduism - Brahma, the Creator
- Hinduism and the Belief in one God
- Essays On Dharma
- Esoteric Mystic Hinduism
- Introduction to Hinduism
- Hindu Way of Life
- Essays On Karma
- Hindu Rites and Rituals
- The Origin of The Sanskrit Language
- Symbolism in Hinduism
- Essays on The Upanishads
- Concepts of Hinduism
- Essays on Atman
- Hindu Festivals
- Spiritual Practice
- Right Living
- Yoga of Sorrow
- Mental Health
- Concepts of Buddhism
- General Essays
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