The living godhead incarnation of KRISHNA of our time: ELVIS PRESLEY
by Joel Sattler
Krishna, aka कृष्ण and kṛṣṇa, is the blue avatar of the supreme being Vishnu, according to the Hindu mythos.
To call him a “god” is a misnomer, but that term most closely matches our pre-conceptualizations in the West.
So, to make it easy on you, let’s use that word for now.
Krishna is the god of music, of love, of sex, and of death.
Elvis Presley is worshipped.
Not in a religious sense, but as an icon of music, of love, of sex, and of death.
The above got him into a helluva lot of trouble in his career.
On TV, he was frequently shown from the waist up, because his gyrating hips were considered to be too obscene to display to the public. He was denounced from the pulpits and the politics as an example and cause of the moral degradation of our society.
He brought Blues into the mainstream. He brought “race music” into general acceptance.
He represents the line between the separation of the races and a truly egalitarian society.
Well, in America, at least.
This doesn’t mean that racism is dead, but that it no longer is considered valid.
And he himself was racist, but grew out of it.
Just like America.
Anyone can “channel” Elvis.
Just try singing “Love Me Tender” in the shower,
and you will become Elvis....
....for a moment…..