So the Conscious travels evolving into the panchaboothas , goes through the process of transforming into the 1st sense plants to the 5th sense , animals. I had already stated that, in between there were so many species in the ocean & in the earth.
(Refer the previous parts of this series – Understanding the concept of God)
The question now arises if man evolved straight away from the monkeys or whether there was any missing link between the monkey & the man.
There are a lot of similarities between a man & a monkey. So far, the animals walked with 4 legs & they were horizontal. Only in the monkey do we see it walking with 4 legs, but it uses its front legs as hands. It uses it to climb the trees & holds fruits in it hands & eat the food. Slowly its backbone which was horizontal evolves to become vertical & it develops into chimpanzees & orangutan which are very similar to a man.
My guru’s in sight says that the monkeys had a cross breed with another animal which had the face of a lion & the body of a man. This breed was called as Yazhi & since this became sterile, there was no chance of it to exist in many numbers & it extincted. If you see in the temples there are sculptures of this yazhi. Moreover, monkey is herbivorous & man coming from it also should be a vegetarian. Since man eats birds & animals there is a chance of monkey & yazhi, which is carnivorous, joining together to become a perfect human, who is a vegetarian as well as non-vegetarian.
So now if we have a comparison between Dasavathar & the evolution, we will come to know that the 1st Machavathara is a living being in the water.
The 2nd, Koormavathar, tortoise with all it’s 5 senses lives in the sea & the land.
The 3rd, Varahagavathar is again an animal which borrows the earth to get its food.
The 4th Narasimhavathara is the missing link before the man.
The 5th Vamana is a perfect human with manas (mind) who is described as a dwarf. So probably the humans were short statured.
The 6th is the Parasuramavathar who always goes around with an axe to show that man works with it to cut trees for his living.
The 7th, Ramavathar, to show that a leader comes to take care of the people.
The 8th, Balaramaavathar, with his plough tells that agriculture played an important role then.
The 9th, Krishnaavathar is an enlightened man who is considered as a God.
About Kalkiavathar my guru hasn’t said anything. What next? It is about you & me & how mind begins to function within us.