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was complaining of mental distress this morning also.
Bhakti-caru: Srila Prabhupada?
Bhakti-caru: What was that all about mental distress?
Prabhupada: Hm, hm.
Kaviraja: (Doctor): Say it. Say it.
Prabhupada: That same thing ... that someone has poisoned me.
Kaviraja: Look, this is the thing, that maybe some rakshasa (demon) gave
Bhakti-caru: Someone gave him poison here.
Kaviraja: Caru Swami, some rakshasa might have given it, maybe so. It's
not impossible. Someone gave poison to Sankaracharya for six months
before he started to suffer. [The poisoner] ground glass, you know,
bottle glass, and mixed it with his food. So what happened to him [the
poisoner] as a result was that after twelve months, his entire body was
covered with leprosy. So, you have to suffer the results of your
actions. But whatever medicine I have given will, if it has an effect
the poison will not be able to stay. That is guaranteed. Whatever it has
affected, it will not be able to stay. But we cannot now catch the
fellow who gave the poison. No matter what reason his kidneys are bad,
whether from disease, planets or poison, my medicine will counteract
Tamala Krsna: Prabhupada was thinking that someone had poisoned him.
Tamala Krsna: That was the mental distress.
Kaviraja: If he says that, they must definitely be some truth to it.
Tamala Krsna: What did Kaviraja just say?
Bhakti-caru: He said that when Srila Prabhupada was saying that, there
must be some truth behind it.
Tamala Krsna: Tssh. (People all speaking at once)
Tamala Krsna: Srila Prabhupada, Sastriji (Doctor) says that there must
be some truth to it if you say that. So who is it that has poisoned?
[13 seconds pause, Srila Prabhupada does not answer]
[S.P. Room Conversation November 10, 1977, Vrndavana, India]