Jiddu Krishnamurti

Jiddu Krishnamurti was born 11 of May 1895 in Madanapalle, a small village in southern India. Not long after he moved with his family to Madras in 1909, he was adopted by Annie Besant, president of the Theosophical Society. She was convinced he would be a great world-leader. Three years later she took him to England to

educate him in his expected role as a world-leader. AN organisation "Star of the East" was set up to promote his work. Jiddu accepted in the beginning his role and travelled many years around the world giving speeches.

1929, after long time questioning the role he had been given, he suspended the organisation and left the Theosophical Society.

Comments: From this we can see the enormous spiritual preparation, and expectation, in the first half of the century, for the coming of the World Saviour, the Messiah.

Krishnamurti was probably well prepared for the mission of preparing the way for The Lord Of The Second Advent from Korea.

The same way that Helene Blavatsky (Russia) and later Annie Besant (UK), and Alice Bailey all each separately prepared the world for the great Spiritual Leader that all similarly expected would come at this time.

A stunning fact is that they probably unknowingly of each other, wrote 2 books with the very same title: "The Reappearance of the Christ"!

With this in mind it is more easy to accept the incredible claim made by Sun Myung Moon that if only the prepared christians in Korea 1946 had accepted him as the Second Coming, the whole world could have been restored in a mere 7 years. All thanks to the incredible spiritual preparation during the previous 46 years.

We are again reminded of the difficult and crucial mission John the Baptist had 2000 years ago!