CC Madhya 6.109 (1975)
- yuktaṁ ca santi sarvatra
- bhāṣante brāhmaṇā yathā
- māyāṁ madīyām udgṛhya
- vadatāṁ kiṁ nu durghaṭam
yuktam—quite befitting; ca—also; santi—are; sarvatra—everywhere; bhāṣante—speak; brāhmaṇāḥ—the learned; yathā—as much; māyām—illusion; madīyām—of Me; udgṛhya—accepting; vadatām—of the speculators; kim—what; nu—certainly; durghaṭam—impossible.
" 'In almost all cases, whatever learned brāhmaṇas speak becomes accepted; nothing is impossible for one who takes shelter of My illusory energy and speaks under her influence.' "
In this verse from Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam (11.22.4), the Supreme Personality of Godhead explains that His illusory energy can perform the impossible; such is the power of the illusory energy. In many cases philosophical speculators have covered the real truth and have boldly set forth false theories. In ancient times philosophers like Kapila, Gautama, Jaimini, Kaṇāda and similar brāhmaṇas propounded useless philosophical theories, and in modern days so-called scientists are setting forth many false theories about the creation, backed up by seemingly logical arguments. This is all due to the influence of the Supreme Lord's illusory energy. The illusory energy, therefore, sometimes appears correct because it is emanating from the Supreme Correct. To avoid the very bewildering illusory influence, one must accept the words of the Supreme Personality of Godhead as they are. Only then can one escape the influence of the illusory energy.