Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:04

(continued from last post)
Question: What about the cows that run around and eat just what they want.
Adano: How many cows do they have in proportion per capita of the population that they can afford to butcher them all up and eat them. They don’t have that tremendous ranching program going on in India, just a few in straggly little areas, but the reasons why the Hindus don’t eat meat, for centuries they have been following a spiritual path and they know that the human being and the animal have a bond. A human being can communicate with an animal and an animal can mimic and react like a human being and through the mimicry and the reaction, they have come to accept the animal as humanoid, close to the human level. The cow they accept as a second mother when the mother can’t give milk no more. Now they don’t eat the dog, some places they do. Some places they don’t eat the sheep. Some places they don’t eat the pig. Some places they do eat the pig. These are all varying changes of geographical calamities that cause them to be like that, but centuries ago they accepted the animal being close to human, therefore they would not consume a brother.
— Adano Ley (Resurrection – October 9, 1971 – 1:04)