The page entitled "Brahman", under the topic "Brahman and Enlightenment" contained the following text written by you on 4 Nov 2011. "Accordingly it will be known in the same material sense when a men from the East comes to explain the wonders of our world. This man will "leave his name and take the one of Kaaz". Until this man comes and transcends to include time, causation and space the idea of Brahman can not be known in a material sense."
could you please tell me the source of these sentences. its urgent.
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