sarva-jña kahe āmi tāhā dhyāne dekhilāṅ
tāhāte aiśvarya dekhi' phāṅphara ha-ilāṅ
sarva-jña—the all-knowing astrologer; kahe—says; āmi—I; tāhā—that; dhyāne—in meditation; dekhilāṅ—saw; tāhāte—there; aiśvarya—opulence; dekhi'-by seeing; phāṅphara—confused; ha-ilāṅ—became.
The astrologer said, "What I saw in meditation was full of opulence, and therefore I was confused.
It appears that the astrologer not only was a knower of past, present and future through astrological calculation, but was a great meditator as well. Therefore he was a great devotee and could see Lord Caitanya Mahāprabhu to be the same personality as Kṛṣṇa. He was puzzled, however, about whether Kṛṣṇa and Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu were actually the same person.
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