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Is the vegiteraian diet, the best diet for us. Excluding meat totally?
9 years ago
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I was a vegetarian fanatic and in the name of the truth I tell you that I became disappointed with that system. Still I remember that time in La Sierra Nevada when I wanted to make a wretched dog become one hundred percent vegetarian. That animal learned; it became accustomed to the vegetarian system, but it died immediately after learning it. Nevertheless, I observed the symptoms of that creature, the weakness that it demonstrated before dying. So, later in time, in the neighboring Republic of El Salvador, one given day when I was returning to my home, the same symptoms appeared in me when I was walking up a long street that tended to be more vertical than horizontal, since it was very steep. I was sweating frightfully and as my weakness increased horribly with each step, I thought that I was going to die. I did not have any alternative than to call my spouse, the Master Litelantes, and to ask her to cook beef for me; she did so, and I ate it. Then the energies returned into my body, and I felt that I returned to life... Since then, I have been disillusioned with the vegetarian system.

Here in Mexico I knew precisely the director of a vegetarian school; I knew him in a vegetarian restaurant. He was a German; his body became terribly, frightfully weak, until it displayed the same symptoms of that dog of my experiment. The unfortunate gentleman, terribly weak, finally died.

I also knew Lavahniny, a Yogi, gastrologer, and who knows what other things—an unbearable vegetarian fanatic—he represented the Round Table University here in Mexico. His organism became terribly weak with vegetarianism; it displayed the same symptoms of that wretched dog of my experiment, and died.

Therefore, dear friends and brethren that read this book, you must know that the great law of the eternal common-cosmic Trogoautoegocrat exists and that it is useless for us to try to evade such a holy law, which emanates, as I already stated, from the active Okidanokh, and it is not possible to alter it.

I do not mean with this that we must become carnivorous in an exaggerated manner, no: it is better that we become equilibrated. Dr. Arnold Krumm-Heller stated that we need to eat about 25% meat in our foods, and in this I agree with the Master Huiracocha.

I repeat: it does not matter how vegetarian we become, the law will be fulfilled; thus, when we go into the burial grave the maggots will swallow our body, whether we like it or not, because the law is the law; this is obvious, right?

The cows are vegetarian one hundred percent, and nevertheless, as a great initiate stated, we have never seen an initiated cow.

If by avoiding the eating of meat we could become thoroughly Self-realized, I can assure you that even if I died because of it, I would stop eating meat and would advise others to stop eating meat. But nobody will become more perfect because he does not eat meat.
9 years ago
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#3580
Accepted Answer
I was a vegetarian fanatic and in the name of the truth I tell you that I became disappointed with that system. Still I remember that time in La Sierra Nevada when I wanted to make a wretched dog become one hundred percent vegetarian. That animal learned; it became accustomed to the vegetarian system, but it died immediately after learning it. Nevertheless, I observed the symptoms of that creature, the weakness that it demonstrated before dying. So, later in time, in the neighboring Republic of El Salvador, one given day when I was returning to my home, the same symptoms appeared in me when I was walking up a long street that tended to be more vertical than horizontal, since it was very steep. I was sweating frightfully and as my weakness increased horribly with each step, I thought that I was going to die. I did not have any alternative than to call my spouse, the Master Litelantes, and to ask her to cook beef for me; she did so, and I ate it. Then the energies returned into my body, and I felt that I returned to life... Since then, I have been disillusioned with the vegetarian system.

Here in Mexico I knew precisely the director of a vegetarian school; I knew him in a vegetarian restaurant. He was a German; his body became terribly, frightfully weak, until it displayed the same symptoms of that dog of my experiment. The unfortunate gentleman, terribly weak, finally died.

I also knew Lavahniny, a Yogi, gastrologer, and who knows what other things—an unbearable vegetarian fanatic—he represented the Round Table University here in Mexico. His organism became terribly weak with vegetarianism; it displayed the same symptoms of that wretched dog of my experiment, and died.

Therefore, dear friends and brethren that read this book, you must know that the great law of the eternal common-cosmic Trogoautoegocrat exists and that it is useless for us to try to evade such a holy law, which emanates, as I already stated, from the active Okidanokh, and it is not possible to alter it.

I do not mean with this that we must become carnivorous in an exaggerated manner, no: it is better that we become equilibrated. Dr. Arnold Krumm-Heller stated that we need to eat about 25% meat in our foods, and in this I agree with the Master Huiracocha.

I repeat: it does not matter how vegetarian we become, the law will be fulfilled; thus, when we go into the burial grave the maggots will swallow our body, whether we like it or not, because the law is the law; this is obvious, right?

The cows are vegetarian one hundred percent, and nevertheless, as a great initiate stated, we have never seen an initiated cow.

If by avoiding the eating of meat we could become thoroughly Self-realized, I can assure you that even if I died because of it, I would stop eating meat and would advise others to stop eating meat. But nobody will become more perfect because he does not eat meat.
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