THIS POST IS CONTINUED FROM PART 46 , BELOW-
The term Maya has been translated as 'illusion,' but then it does not concern normal illusion.
Here 'illusion' does not mean that the world is not real and simply a figment of the human imagination.
Maya means that the world is not as it seems; the world that one experiences is misleading as far as its true nature is concerned it is to say, instead, that it is not what it seems to be, that it is something constantly being made
In the Upanishads, MAYA is the perceived changing reality and it co-exists with Brahman which is the hidden true reality.
THE BASE TEMPLATE OF ADVAITA ( BRAHMAN ) IS REAL. THE SUPERIMPOSED SECOND TEMPLATE OF DVAITA ( TRINITY ) AND THIRD TEMPLATE OF SANKHYA ( PURUSHA / PRAGATI ) ARE IN CONSTANT FLUX
BrahmAn ( the FIELD ) cannot be seen or picked up by the 5 human senses. BrahmAn works beyond the quantum screen. The quantum screen is a form of veil of Maya.
However brahmAn allows himself to be picked up by the 5 human senses by his DVAITA VEDANTA 2nd template.
Hindu gods Brahma / Vishnu and Shiva are parts of brahmAn , the field —they are cosmic forces.
These three cosmic forces have been personalized for the lower three varnas who has NO access to the Vedas which dealt with brahmAn.
The TRINITY ( rajas –creator / Sattwa- mediator / Tamas- destroyer ) cosmic forces of Brahma – Vishnu- Shiva , are not mortals .
Brahma and Shiva controls the actions as CREATOR- DESTROYER
Viṣhṇu as the PRESERVER/ MEDIATOR / SUSTAINER is the master of maya.
Tamas – Rajas ( Shiva – Brahma ) , which are rooted together , is present in every phenomenon on earth., where energy transforms from one to another—it can neither be created or destroyed.
These two opposing forces are natural and transform each other , in perfect harmony. Harmony can never be stagnant . Lessening of Tamas always results in increase of Rajas and vice versa
One cannot exist without the other and they are dependant . No phenomenon in this universe is completely devoid of its opposite. They consume each other yet support each other.
Whatever is in excess gets reduces, whatever is deficient gets replenished.
Balance can never be permanent— Tamas and Rajas continiously devour each other – and life flows on.
You must ponder over each waxing-waning cycle to appreciate the absolute truth . They keep each other in check, yet provide fuel to feed off each other.
Tamas creates Rajas, and Rajas activates/ excites Tamas. Tamas influences Rajas not only from inside but also from outside.. they are rooted together.
Few examples of this eternal cycle of inter dependant reversal and immediate exchange are:--
Black hole/ quasar
Aerobic bacteria/ anaerobic
Potential energy/ kinetic energy
Gather / disperse
Positive pole/ negative
Counterclockwise vortex/ clockwise
Organic / Inorganic
Gravity / Antigravity
The phenomenal world operates under maya, the law of duality or oppositional states- Srimad Bhagavatam, verse 3.26.4: 5000 BC
MAYA is the veritable fabric of duality, and she performs this role at the behest of BrahmAn, the morphogenetic consciousness field.. The Supreme God is not bound by Maya just as magicians do not believe the illusions of their own magic.
Our 5 senses serve as a filter allowing us to experience only what is absolutely necessary for our physical existence. The 5 senses create the set for the stage we call our lives. The senses squelch out , let we will have a breakdown due to excess information.
Maya is invisible and beyond sense-perception. No human can see beyond the quantum screen .
Dvaita Hinduism tells us about the duality of nature and existence .
These dual poles of Tamas –Rajas are connected via consciousness. It is about the quantum possibility wave vibration between two poles.
This guarantees change, growth and evolution Lessening of Rajas always results in increase of Tamas and vice versa. One cannot exist without the other and they are mutually dependant.
Leela or divine play , is a way of describing all reality, including the cosmos, as the outcome of creative play by BrahmAn, the intelligent empty space in which the electrons in an atom whiz around.
Maya may be understood as the phenomenal universe of perceived duality ( Dvaita Vedanta ) , a lesser reality-lens superimposed on the unity of BrahmAn ( Advaita Vedanta )
BrahmAn alone is perfect. Everything in creation, being delimited, is imperfect. The very beginning of creation gave rise to the law of duality . Dvaita Vedanta gives us a peek beyond the veil of maya.
In Advaita Vedanta, the only reality is BrahmAn, the Oneness. All else that exists is surface reality of the world around us. Beyond this surface reality lies the true Absolute Reality, and that is BrahmAn. BrahmAn is the only reality of this world and all others have only relative reality.
When creation occurs, the universe the essence of which was always within Brahman evolves itself and issues out of the Brahman with name and form, this is what is called creation.
Brahman creates the world just as a spider creates it's webs out of itself. Brahman itself is untouched by the illusion of Maya, just like a magician is not tricked by his own magic. .
SAMKHYA VEDANTA IS A TEMPLATE TO EXPLAIN MAYA’S VEIL ON COSMIC ENERGY
Samkhya is a theory of evolution and understanding the universe. The dancing girl Prakriti dances as long as the male observer Purusha is there. The moment the observer ceases to look at her and understands the dance perfectly, she fails to amuse him anymore.
Purusha, was never really in bondage, or enmeshed with Prakriti. Prakriti cannot be perceived, not because of its non-existence, but because of its subtlety. It is perceived in its effects. Purusha is neither produced nor does it produce.
Prakriti is not produced but it produces. Purusha symbolizes consciousness, the masculine principle. Pragati symbolizes the feminine principle, the activating energy.
Purusha is the sentient being (consciousness), the experiencer. Prakriti – primal nature (root of all insentient matter). Purusha is the embodiment of pure consciousness, and Pragati as the embodiment of pure energy.
Through uniting with Purusha , Pragati gave form to his spirit and created the universe.(we are talking about CREATION OF THE COSMOS here- not street side sex as figured out by small minds)
The eternal and indestructible union between Purusha and Prakriti gives birth to the whole Macrocosm, in its stable, static aspect as well as in its dynamic one. Not only is Shakti responsible for creation, it is also the agent of all change.
In Sanatana Dharma Purusha is represented by Shiva and Prakriti , his wife Shakti ( Parvati )
Shakti is manifested by Shiva only during creation and is withdrawn into himself at the end of creation. This is for the perceptive.
Modern science repeats from our Vedas that matter and energy are interchangeable. So does consciousness and energy . In the highest planes they are interchangeable, which is why we see a great incongruence between our spiritual experiences and the external reality.
In the higher metaphysical realms and subtle planes of our consciousness the physical laws of our universe lose their validity.
Maya conceals from us Brahman, the fundamental oneness of everything and everyone in the universe. Maya hides the true nature of God.
The term MAYA is mentioned 72 times in Rigveda written down in Sanskrit in 5000 BC. Maya is mentioned 29 times in the Atharva Veda.
Brahman is the great magician who transforms himself into the world and then performs this feat with his "magic creative power", which is the original meaning of maya in the Rig Veda.
From the might, or power, of the divine actor and magician, it came to signify the psychological state of anybody under the spell of the magic play.
As long as we confuse the myriad forms of the divine lila with reality, without perceiving the unity of Brahman underlying all these forms, we are under the spell of maya.
In the Hindu view of nature, then, all forms are relative, fluid and ever-changing maya, conjured up by the great magician of the divine play. The world of maya changes continuously, because the divine lila is a rhythmic, dynamic play.
Maya, or "illusion", is an important idea in the Upanishads, because the texts assert that in the human pursuit of blissful and liberating Self-knowledge, it is Maya which obscures, confuses and distracts an individual.
Hinduism asserts "Atman (Soul, Self) exists", while Buddhism asserts that there is "no Soul, no Self". Buddhism is FIT for people like BR Ambedkar.
The Upanishads contain four sentences, the Mahāvākyas (Great Sayings), which were used by Adi Shankaracharya 4000 years ago to establish the identity of Atman and Brahman as scriptural truth:
"Prajñānam brahma" - "Consciousness is Brahman" (Aitareya Upanishad)
"Aham brahmāsmi" - "I am Brahman" (Brihadaranyaka Upanishad)
"Tat tvam asi" - "That Thou art" (Chandogya Upanishad)
"Ayamātmā brahma" - "This Atman is Brahman" (Mandukya Upanishad)
Dvaita Vedanta school was NOT founded by Rothchild’s FAKE and backdated creation
Madhvacharya of the FAKE Udipi Mutt. Nobody heard of Madhavacharya before the white Invader came to India.
The third school of Vedanta is the Vishishtadvaita, which was founded by Ramanuja. Rotshchild created Ramanuja strenuously refuted Shankara's works.
Ramanuja, just as Madhva claims for Dvaita sub-school, states that Vishishtadvaita is grounded in the Upanishads- which is BULL
Dozens sof scholars, like E.J. Urwick and M.L. West, have written that ancient Greek philosophy is lifted from Vedanta and that Pythagoras and Plato studied in India—their knowledge was half baked.
ALL PARSI OPIUM DRUG RUNNING AGENTS AND THEIR FAMILIES WROTE/ TOLD LIES THAT GREEK PHILOSOPHY WAS INDEPENDENT-AN EXAMPLE IS AR WADIA
THESE ROTHSCHILDs DRUG RUNNING AGENTS WERE JUST PARROTTING WHAT THE WHITE SKINNED DRUG RUNNING JEWS AGENTS WERE TEACHING IN WESTERN OPIUM FOUNDED UNIVERSITIES
SOME BODY ASKED ME HOW ROTHSCHILD / SASSOON WERE ABLE TO TRADE OPIUM IN CHINA AGAINST TREMENDOUS OPPOSITION
WELL IT IS ROTHSCHILDs SIGNATURE TO OUTSOURCE DIRTY WORK.
HE OUTSOURCES STEALING KERALA TEMPLE GOLD TO CRYPTO JEW TIPU SULTAN
SAME WAY THIS CRAFTY JEW OUTSOURCED HIS CHINESE OPIUM DISTRIBUTION AND LOGISTICS TO A WOMAN PIRATE WHOSE NAME HAS BEEN SUNK—SHE IS THE GREATEST PIRATE EVER.
All bullshit western pirates had one or two ships—this female Chinese pirate ( who was an attractive whore before ) had 1500 ships and much bigger ones.
Her name was CHING SHIH – and she could eat all western pirates together for breakfast .
In Pirates of the Caribbean part 3 ( 2007 ) she has a mention.
I may put a post on her later.
Below: This VICIOUS female pirate had Kaifeng Jewish blood --she would NOT eat pork !
Yet she has NO problem in eating hearts and testicles of humans ( witnessed by a white Chief Mate ) .
She got her long range guns for her ships from Jew Rothschild
Not many know that Mao had Jewish blood.
Someone who read my posts on CHANGE, asked me how I could pack such terrific punch into two small posts, which can never ever be surpassed .
I said -- Our ancient 7000 year old Vedanta deals with CHANGE in its entirety - by wisdom alone . This is why the white man says that he can find life’s answers only in India.
My blog posts below on CHANGE are for EXTREME SHALLOW MINDS.
Vedanta says very subtly “ The objective world / maya is not set up to fulfil you. It’s set up to frustrate and break you until you wake up to the true nature of your Self; until you realise that the subjective reality — that which is You — transcends the objective”
The Sanskrit mantras of Upanishads are an exuberant outpouring of the spirit of man in respect of something which is not adequately recognisable to sense perception or even to mental cognition, but which summons the spirit of man in a mysterious way.
We get the feeling that there must be something above this world and this is what our Maharishis penned down.
No SRUTI is like a Zionist multinational company manual or like the FAKE Astavakra Gita –DO THIS — DON’T DO THAT .
Vedanta tells us CHANGE IS THE ONLY CONSTANT. Everything seems to be transitory, moving, and in a state of flux. There is change in nature, change in human history, change in our own mental and biological constitution, change in even the solar system, the astronomical setup of things.
Everything is changing. Dvaita Vedanta shows us the dance between two opposite forces controlled by a mediator .
How do we know that things are changing, that things are moving or are transitory? There is a logical peculiarity, a significance and a subtlety at the back of this ability on our part to perceive change and transition in things.
A thing that changes cannot perceive change by itself. Change cannot know change. Only that which does not change can know that there is change.
This is a very important point at the rock bottom of our thinking that we have to recognise. If everything is changing, who is it that is telling us that everything is changing?
Are we also changing with the things that change? If that is the case, how do we come to know that all things are changing? Logical analysis of this peculiar analytical circumstance tells us that there is something in us which does not change; otherwise, we would not know that things are changing.
The soul is immortal, yet it has subtle change in samaskaras with every re-birth. BrahmAn is the only thing that does NOT change .
Yet brahmAn is on a learning curve—it soaks in the information every EVOLVED soul gives back when it merges with the mother field in the 7th astral layer ( moksha )
The entire creation, may be said to be involved basically, at the root, in a base template of brahmAn which cannot be said to change.. Ancient maharishis, recognised a divinity in all things.
There is a god behind every phenomenon, which is another way of saying there is an imperishable background behind every perishable phenomenon.
The sun rising and setting, water evaporating and condensing , seasons changing – the Dvaita template and the Samkhya templates causes change everywhere, even in the vast universe of astronomical calculation.
The Upanishads are the outpourings of spiritual seekers, sages and maharishis of spiritual perfection – felt the presence everywhere of something that does not change. All things seem to be embedded with something that cannot change.
This is due to a logical conclusion to which we are led – namely, that the perception of change would not be possible if everything, including oneself, including even the perceiver of change, also changes. Therefore, transitoriness implies a non-transitory background of things.
The reality of things is what we are after; unrealities do not attract us. That which perpetually changes and escapes the grasp of our comprehension cannot be considered as real because of the fact of its passing constantly into something else.
When we say that things are changing, we actually mean that one condition is passing into something else; one situation gives way to another situation
All Hindu gods except Vishnu earthly mortal avatars ( Rama/ Krishna / Ayyappa/ Parashurama ) are cosmic forces. None of them interfered with the LAWS OF KARMA –they subjected themselves to it.
Movement is always in some direction, and there is no movement without a purpose. So there must be a purpose in the movement of nature, in even the historical transformations that take place in human society and in the world as a whole.
If we read the Vedas, we will find that every mantra, every verse, is a prayer to some divinity above, designated by various names: Indra, Mitra, Varuna, Agni, etc. We may give them any other name, according to our own language, style or cultural background.
The point is not what name we give, but that there is something behind visible phenomena. Our heart throbs in a state of satisfaction of the fact that there is something above us.
Religion, spirituality or philosophy, in the true sense of the term, is the recognition of something above oneself and a simultaneous recognition of the finitude of one's personality.
The Infinite is masquerading in us, which is another way of saying that the Unchanging is present in us.
The Infinite is summoning every finite individual. The Unchanging is calling us moment to moment: "Don't sleep, get up!" One of the passages of the Katha Upanishad is uttisthata jagrata prapya varan nibodhata (Katha 1.3.14): "Wake up. Sleeping mankind, stand up!"
Somebody asked me –
Why is the ninth avatar of Vishnu , Lord Ayyappa missing from Kerala –
why did Jew Rothschild try to LIE and insert Buddha a mere mortal who struggled for salvation instead?
All 108 idols ( murtis ) installed by Lord Parashurama , were made of PANCHA LOHA –of which meteroric iron and, Irridium formed a small percentage.
The ORIGINAL panchaloha idol of Lord Ayyappa in Sabarimala has been stolen by the white invader and so has all the original panchloha idols in 108 Kerala temples .
Only the idol of Shakti ( devi ) at MRIDANGA SAILESHWARI TEMPLE MUZHAKKUNNU KANNUR remains .
Yet if you visit this temple you can see a 6000 year old stone statue of Lord Ayyappa.
The heavy panchaloha idol in Mridanga Saileshwari temple at Muzhakkunnu Kannur, Kerala also was stolen several times— but the thieves were unable to carry it very far.
Before that they lost sense of direction and lost total control over urine and feces.
All 108 statues consecrated by Lord Parashurama were done over a period of 42 days , with mantras chanted from Atharva Veda.
These powerful verses were NOT written down , but remained on oral route with the Kerala Namboodiris.
Below : White pipal tree - coming of Kalki
LIKE I HAVE SAID SEVERAL TIMES BEFORE, THE MAGIC OF THE MANTRAS ( SAMHITA SRUTI VERSES ) IN THE VEDAS IS ON ITS PURITY OF UTTERANCE –THE LONGITUDINAL WAVE.
THE WORDS JUST GIVE A FEELING OF GRATITUDE FOR THE SCALAR FIELD.
Vedas have been divided into four styles of texts – the Samhitas (mantras and benedictions), the Aranyakas (text on rituals, ceremonies, bloodless sacrifices and symbolic-sacrifices), the Brahmanas (commentaries on rituals, ceremonies and sacrifices), and the Upanishads (text discussing meditation, philosophy and spiritual knowledge).
All of them were penned down in 5000 BC.
Samhita has prayers or Suktas. Brahmana has yajna methods. Aranyaka has Mantras and methods that are practiced in the forests (not for grihasta stage ) . Upanishads normally appear in the last part of Aranyaka and deal with spiritual philosophy.
Today a lot of them are FAKE and POISON INJECTED by the white invader to make the Indian self loathing.
The Samhitas and the Brahmanas form the Karma-Kanda segment of the Vedas.. The Aranyakas and the Upanishads form the Gyan-Kanda segment of the Vedas. They explicitly focus on the philosophy and spiritualism.
There are four Vedas – known as the Rig Veda, Yajur Veda, Sama Veda and Atharva Veda. The Rig Veda is the primary one and it is the foundation of all Indian thought, philosophy and religious consciousness. These Sanskrit verses are in metered poetic form.
The Atharva Veda is filled with a variety of subjects such as technology, art, and other scientific thoughts with which we are familiar in this world.
Each Veda has four section-wise categorisations.
The first part is called the Samhita, which means the mantra portion, in which there is eulogising, an offering of prayer to the gods,the gods of the heavens, the realities behind the cosmos.
The Samhitas form the first part of each of the Vedas.
A Samhita is a collection of mantras, The ancient man worshipped the elements of nature as deities though it is believed that these deities are symbolic., many mantras or hymns were meant for devotional or ceremonial purposes.
A Samhita is a collection of mantras, The ancient man worshipped the elements of nature as deities though it is believed that these deities are symbolic., many mantras or hymns were meant for devotional or ceremonial purposes.
In fact, they are symbolic and need exceptional scholastic efforts to decipher them. The power is in the purity of utterance—in sound. The Samhitas are named after the Vedas they belong to. For example, the Samhita of the Rig Veda is called the Rig-Veda-Samhita or the Rig-Samhita.
The Samhitas are hymns addressed to gods representing the forces of nature, followed by rites and yagnas to propitiate those gods.
The Nasadiya Sukta occurs in the Rig Samhita.
Samhita literally means a rule-based combination of text or verses.
Samhita also refers to the most ancient layer of text in the Vedas, consisting of mantras, hymns, prayers, litanies and benedictions
Mantras are combination of letters according to euphonic rules- which gives bliss to the heart.
These contain mantras – sacred sounds Vedic Samhita refer to mathematically precise metrical archaic text of each of the Vedas.
However, most brahmanas and aranyakas have been stolen during the rule of thew hite invader—who extracted the essense , patented in their own names and destroyed the originals.
The Gayatri mantra is among the famous Hindu mantras. It is found in Rig Veda Samhita.
ॐ भूर्भुवस्व: | तत्सवितुर्वरेण्यम् | भर्गो देवस्य धीमहि | धियो यो न: प्रचोदयात्
Oṁ Bhūr Bhuva~Swah', Tat savitur varenyam, Bhargo devasya dhīmahi, Dhiyo yo nah prachodayāt
Let us meditate on that excellent glory of the divine Light (Sun). May he inspire our thoughts, stimulate our understandings.– Rig Veda 3.62.10 5000 BC
The 24 words of the Gayatri Mantra have a special relationship with 24 mudras known as GAYATRI MUDRAS. They have different names and formations.
The importance of Mudras is also clear from the grim qualifier to these:
The importance of Mudras is also clear from the grim qualifier to these:
Etaa Mudraa na jaanaati, Gaayatri nishphalaa bhaveta
To him who does not know Mudras, Gayatri becomes ineffectual.
Samhita of Samaveda is an anthology taken from the Rigveda-Samhita. The difference is in the refinement and application of arts such as melody, meters of music and literary composition.
Thus, the root hymn that later became the Rathantara (Excellent Chariot) mantra chant is found in both Rigveda and Samaveda Samhitas, as follows--
Rigveda form: Abhi tva sura nonumo 'dugdha iva dhenavah | isanam asya jagatah svardrsam isanam indra tasthusah
Samaveda form: obhitvasuranonumova | adugdha iva dhenava isanamasya jagatassuvardrsam | isanama indra | ta sthu sa o va ha u va | as ||
Translation (same for both):
We cry out for you, hero, like unmilked cows to the lord of the living world !
To the lord of the unmoving world who eye is the sun, O Indra !
The hymns in Section 4.1.5 of the Yajurveda Samhita, dedicated to several ancient deities, state:
May the Vasus prepare you, with the gayatri meter, you are the earth,
May the Rudras prepare you, with the tristubh meter, you are the sky.
May the Adityas prepare you, with the jagati meter, you are the heaven.
May the Visvedevas, common to all men, prepare you, with the anustubh meter, you are the directions.
You are the unchanging direction, make unchanging in me children, abundance of wealth, abundance of cattle, abundance of heroism.
— Taittiriya Samhita, 4.1.5 5000 BC
Some post-vedic Samhitas are: Bhrigu Samhita, Brahma Samhita, Charaka Samhita, Deva Samhita, Garga Samhita, Gheranda Samhita, Kashyap Samhita, Shiva Samhita, Sushruta Samhita (a treatise on food and medicine),
The second section of the Vedas is called the Brahmanas.
Here Brahmanas does not mean the Brahmin caste; it is a section of the Vedas that deals with an elaborate system of ritualistic performance, including sacrifices into the holy fire.
Brahmanas are a elaborate explanation of the samhita ( sruti ) hymns and verses. The Brahmanas, are mostly in prose.
The word ‘Brahmana’ has its root in the word ‘brahmAn’ the field. The Brahmanas hint at ‘the secret power’ of the yagna rituals..
The Rig Veda has two Brahmanas – Aitereya Brahmana and Shankhayana Brahmana.The Shat-Patha Brahmana of Yajur Veda is the largest of all the Brahmanas of all the Vedas.
Brahmanas are primarily a digest incorporating legends, the explanation of Vedic rituals and philosophy. They are attached to each Veda, and form a part of the Hindu śruti literature.
The Brahmanas are particularly noted for their instructions on the proper performance of rituals, as well as explain the original symbolic meanings- translated to words and ritual actions in the main text.
Most of the Brahmana texts ( 5000 BC ) have been stolen by the white invader. They left behind poison injected brahmanas to make the Hindu look stupid.
These brahmanas explained the various rites of passage in a Hindu’s life
The first chapter of the Chandogya Brahmana, includes eight suktas (hymns) for the ceremony of marriage and rituals at the birth of a child.The first hymn is a recitation that accompanies offering a Yajna oblation to deity Agni (fire) on the occasion of a marriage, and the hymn prays for prosperity of the couple getting married.
The second hymn wishes for their long life, kind relatives, and a numerous progeny.
The third hymn is a mutual marriage pledge, between the bride and groom, by which the two bind themselves to each other, as follows (excerpt),
यदेतद्धृदयं तव तदस्तु हृदयं मम ।
यदिदं हृदयं मम तदस्तु हृदयं तव ॥
That heart of thine shall be mine,
and this heart of mine shall be thine.
— Chāndogya Brāhmaṇa, Chapter 1 -5000 BC
The next two hymns of the first chapter of the Chandogya Brahmana invoke deities Agni, Vayu, Kandramas, and Surya to bless the couple and ensure healthful progeny.
The sixth through last hymn of the first chapter in Chandogya Brahmana are not marriage-related, but related to hymns that go with ritual celebrations on the birth of a child.
The Brahmanas are particularly noted for their instructions on the proper performance of rituals, as well as explain the symbolic importance of sacred words and ritual actions in the main text.
These instructions insist on exact pronunciation (accent), chhandas (meters), precise pitch, with coordinated movement of hand and fingers – that is, perfect delivery.
The magic of the verses in Vedas are in the sound ,NOT the meaning. Satapatha Brahamana, for example, states that verbal perfection made a mantra infallible, while one mistake made it powerless
The orthological perfection preserved Vedas, and the voluminous collection of Vedic knowledge were taught to and memorized by dedicated students through Svadhyaya, then remembered and verbally transmitted from one generation to the next. It was by no means a easy task.
A total of 19 Brahmanas are extant at least in their entirety: two associated with the Rigveda, six with the Yajurveda, ten with the Samaveda and one with the Atharvaveda.. They vary greatly in length; the edition of the Shatapatha Brahmana fills five volumes .
The Brahmanas were seminal in the development of later Indian thought and scholarship, including Hindu philosophy, predecessors of Vedanta, law, astronomy, geometry, linguistics (Paṇini), the concept of Karma, or the stages in life such as brahmacarya, grihastha, vanaprastha and eventually, sannyasa.
Brahmanas lack a homogeneous structure across the different Vedas, with some containing sections that are Aranyakas or Upanishads in their own right.
Aitareya Brahmana, rarely also known as Ashvalayana Brahmana (AB). It consists of 40 adhyayas (lessons, chapters)
Kaushitaki Brahmana (also called Śāṅkhāyana Brahmana) (KB, ŚānkhB). It consists of 30 chapters
Chandogya Brahmana is divided into ten prapathakas (chapters). Its first two prapathakas (chapters) form the Mantra Brahmana (MB) and each of them is divided into eight khandas (sections).
The Satapatha Brahmana consists of a hundred adhyayas (chapters), and is the most cited and famous among the Brahmanas canon of texts. It also includes Upanayana, a ceremony that marked the start of Brahmacharya (student) stage of life, as well as the Vedic era recitation practice of Svadhyaya.
The text describes procedures for other important Hindu rituals such as a funeral ceremony. The Brhadaranyaka Upanishad form the closing chapters of Śatapatha Brahmana.
Part of the ritual is the elaborate horse sacrifice (ashvamedya), in which a single horse is set free, followed and protected by royal forces for a year, then ritually sacrificed at the royal capital.
( POISON INJECTED—THERE IS NO BLOOD SACRIFICE – nor does the queen use the dead horse’s prick as a dildo )
The Aranyakas, served as a link between the Brahmanas and the Upanishads, the speculative philosophical texts that constitute the latest genre of Vedic literature.
The Aitareya Brahmana and the Kaushitaki (or Shankhayana) Brahmana details yagnas (agnihotra), the setting up of the sacrificial fire (agnyadhana), and the rites for the installation of kings.
The stuff about catse system in brahmanas are POISON INJECTIONS by the white invader. The word shudra did NOT exists in 5000 BC
Here are a few examples of poison injections made by the white invader for DIVIDE AND RULE -
QUOTE: The essential difference was between the light-skinned Aryans, who made up the top three castes of the priestly Brahmins, warrior Kshatriyas, and artisan Vaishyas, and the dark-skinned Dasas, who were the servant Sudras.: UNQUOTE
QUOTE: Kings were consecrated by Vedic rites and ruled with the help of the assembly (sabha) that met in a hall to administer justice; women were excluded. Ordeals were used, such as making a suspected thief touch a hot ax to see if his hand burned, which might be the origin of the saying, "being caught red-handed." :UNQUOTE
LYING JEWESS Wendy Doniger O'Flaherty has translated some stories from the Jaiminiya Brahmana, illustrating—
“ how they dealt with the fears of death, God, the father, wives, and demonic women; many of these stories are sexually explicit, indicating that these people were not afraid of discussing their sexuality.. However, since the usual way of handling these fears was to use a sacrificial ritual “
Sorry you lying JEWESS – all animal sacrifices and debauched sex in Hinduism were injected by the white invader.
LIES—BHRIGU IS A STAR IN THE GRET BEAR CONSTELLATION--
Here is a LYING tale of Bhrigu's journey in the other world, discussed by drohis in literary fests.
“ Bhrigu was the son of Varuna and devoted to learning, and he thought that he was better than the other Brahmins and even better than the gods and his own father. So Varuna decided to teach him something by stopping his life breaths, causing Bhrigu to enter the world beyond, where he saw someone cut another man to pieces and eat him, a second man eating another who was screaming, a third eating a man who was silently screaming, another world where two women were guarding a treasure, a fifth where a stream of blood was guarded by a naked black man with a club and a stream of butter provided all the desires of golden men in golden bowls, and a sixth world where flowed five rivers of blue and white lotuses and flowing honey with wonderful music, celestial nymphs dancing and singing, and a fragrant odor”
SORRY THERE IS NO HELL IN SANATANA DHARMA
Brahmanas expound Karma, Samsara, re-births and moksha.
The third section of the Vedas is called the Aranyaka
Till today nobody has been able to explain what Aranyakas are all about
Aranyakas were considered as karma-kanda ( ritualistic action/ yagna section), which is wrong.
In the vedic system only a married man having a wife can do yagnas—even a widower cant do a yagna. This showed the importance of female gender in Sanatana Dharma.
Like Upanishads , aranyakas are jnana-kanda knowledge/spirituality section. Most aranyakas have been stolen by the white invader , essense lifted and patented –and then hidden / destroyed.
Aranyakas are also knows as Rahasya ( secrets )
Aranyakas are also knows as Rahasya ( secrets )
"Aranyaka" iterally means "produced in wilderness". These were deep contemplations by maharishis who moved out of their homes in vanaprasta/ sanyasa stages of life
But only in human beings is the Atman [soul] obvious,
for they are equipped with cognition.
They speak what they have understood.
They see what they have recognized,
and know what will exist tomorrow.
They know of this world and of the other.
Through that which is mortal, they strive for immortality.
They are equipped with all this...
such a human being is an ocean.
He partakes of everything in the world,
and still his thoughts go beyond it.
And even if he were to partake of the other world,
his thoughts would also go beyond it.
—Aitereya Aranyaka 2.3.2 – 2.3.3,-- 5000 BC
Vedic rituals are intended to confer not only material benefits but also mental purity by constant discipline. Having obtained purity, one must seek the solitude of forests for further concentration and meditation.
The major contents of the Aranyakas are theosophy (Brahmavidya), meditation (Upasana) and knowledge of breath (Pranavidya).
They describe the secret meaning of the agnihotra and yagnas the concept of Brahman.
The creation of the universe, the power of the Almighty, Om, the soul and the cycle of birth and death are explained in Brihadaranyaka in a lucid manner.
No nation, no country, no culture in this age of science has been able to produce such profound truths and wisdom as in the Aranyakas.
Yet we give a lot of importance in the modern age to Upanishads alone- ( 4th part /Vedanta ) basically because almost all Aranyakas have been stolen by the white invader
Aranyakas are generally regarded as a link between the Brahmanas and the Upanishads.
Aranyakas play the subtle and critical role of the middle path and help to bridge the gulf between the Karma- kanda and Jnana-kanda.
In the extant Aranyakas we find certain important geographical, historical, social and cultural points also.
Today only seven Aranyakas are available. There is no Aranyaka extant which belongs to the highly secretive Atharvaveda.
The Aranyakas are distinguished from the Brahmanas in that they may contain information on secret rites to be carried out only by certain selected persons, as well as more philosophical speculation.
Thus they were intended to be studied only by the initiated, by which might have been meant either sages ( widowers without wives ) who had withdrawn into the forest and no longer took part in ritual bloodless sacrifices --
--or chosen pupils who were given Vashikaran mantras ( mind control /spells ) and secret instructions by their teachers in the seclusion of the forest, away from the village.
--or chosen pupils who were given Vashikaran mantras ( mind control /spells ) and secret instructions by their teachers in the seclusion of the forest, away from the village.
The Aranyakas were full of secret explanations about the Veda samhitas ( sruti verses ) -- the allegorical meaning of the ritual , power of the longitudinal sound wave , the internal, meditative meaning of the bloodless sacrifice, as contrasted to its actual, outward performance.
Consecration of idols and staff masts in temples were part of this. This answers questions raised by people who find temples and idols missing in the sruti samhita mantras.
Again, aranyakas did NOT lay much emphasis on actual physical rites, ritual and bloodless sacrifices but were loaded with philosophy , dharma and mysticism. They lay emphasis on meditation. Aranyakas are the concluding portion of the Brahmanas or their appendices.
All aranyakas were penned down in 5000 BC and so were the samhitas , brahmanas and Upanishads .
ALL ARE SRUTI—PICKED OFF AKASHIK RECORDS BY 12 STRANDED MAHARISHIS .
THERE IS NO MORTAL WORK OF SMRITI IN THESE.
Aranyakas deal with SAMYAMA.
A time, a state, a stage arises where we need not utter a mantra or a word of prayer to the god, or show a gesture by way of ritual to satisfy the god; our hearts can well up by contemplation only. That is called dhyana, or meditation.
Dhyana or reflection is an important part of self-knowledge process. Dhyana in the Bhagavad Gita is a means to one's spiritual journey, requiring three moral values – Satya (truthfulness), Ahimsa (non-violence) and Aparigraha (non-covetousness.
The direction of deep meditation, in the text, is towards detaching the mind from sensory distractions and disturbances outside of oneself, submerging it instead on the indwelling spirit and one's soul towards the state of Samadhi, a state of bliss (Bhagavad Gita, Chapter 6: Yoga of Meditation).
When the mind has been trained to remain fixed on a certain internal or external location, there comes to it the power of flowing in an unbroken current, as it were, towards that point. Dhyana is concentrated meditation where he or she contemplates without interruption the object of meditation, beyond any memory of ego or anything else.
In Dhyana, the meditator is not conscious of the act of meditation (i.e. is not aware that he is meditating) but is only aware that he exists (consciousness of being), his mind and the object of meditation.
With practice, the process of Dhyana awakens self-awareness, the fundamental level of existence and Ultimate Reality in Hinduism, the non-afflicted, conflictless and blissful state of freedom and liberation .
When one has so intensified the power of dhyana as to be able to reject the external part of perception and remain meditating only on the internal part, the meaning, that state is called Samadhi. Patanjali distinguishes between Dharana which is effortful focusing of attention, Dhyana which is easy continuous one-pointedness, and Samadhi which is absorption, ecstasy, contemplation.
A person who begins meditation practice, usually practices Dharana. With practice he is able to gain ease in which he learns how to contemplate in a sharply focussed fashion, and then "he is able more and more easily to give uninterrupted attention to the meditation object; that is to say, he attains Dhyana".
With further practice, the yogi "ceases being detachedly vigilant" and enters "a state of fusion with the meditation object" which is Samadhi. Dharana (concentration), dhyana (meditation), and samadhi are the final three rungs of Yoga.
Samadhi is the deep absorption, wherein only the essence of that object, place, or point shines forth in the mind, as if the mind were devoid even of its own form.
It is attention itself, which is progressively moving inward through these few stages:
Attention leads to concentration (dharana).
Concentration leads to meditation (dhyana).
Meditation leads to absorption (samadhi).
Meditation (along with concentration and samadhi) is a tool for examining the inner world, so as to experience the center of consciousness. With meditation, there is still an observer observing an observed.
When the observer becomes so absorbed in the process of observing the object that there seems to be only the object, that is the beginning of samadhi.
It is as if the observer, the process of observing, and the object being observed all three collapse in such a way that the only thing remaining is the object. When this deep absorption happens, meditation becomes samadhi. he ability to allow concentration to go into meditation, and to then allow meditation to go into samadhi is a process called samyama.
As the Yogi practices and gradually attains mastery over the process of samyama, the light of knowledge coming from that samadhi also becomes increasingly clearer. The practice brings greater depth of experience, insight, and realization.
Samyama means perfect control of the mind. Samyama is a name for three inseparable processes of Dharana, Dhyana and Samadhi taken collectively. By the practice of Samyama, the Yogi gets knowledge and powers.
The three processes are practised on any one object successively at the same time. When a man can direct his mind to any particular object and fix it there, and then keep it there for a long time, separating the object from the internal part, this is Samyama
The five Angas of Yoga are intended to purify the body, Prana and the senses. These three practices purify the mind. They constitute the very basis of Yoga. With the help of these three, the Yogi dives deep within and brings out the pearl of knowledge of anything.
By Samyama on external objects he gets various Siddhis and hidden knowledge of the universe of Tanmatras, etc. By concentration on Indriyas, Ahamkara and mind, etc., he gets various powers and experiences.
As Samyama becomes firmer and firmer, so does the knowledge of Samadhi become more and more lucid. This is the fruit of the practice of Samyama. Samyama should become very natural. Then the knowledge flashes like anything.
Samyama is a powerful weapon for the Yogi. Just as the archer aims at the gross objects at first, and then takes to subtle objects, so also the Yogi does Samyama on gross objects and then takes to subtle objects. He does great deal of practice and ascends the Yogic ladder rung by rung.
When one has succeeded in making this Samyama, all powers come under his control. This is the great instrument of the Yogi. The objects of knowledge are infinite, and they are divided into the gross, grosser, grossest and the fine, finer, finest and so on.
This Samyama should be first applied to gross things, and when you begin to get knowledge of this gross, slowly, by stages, it should be brought to finer things. When the mind has attained to that state when it identifies itself with the internal impression of the object, leaving the external, and when, by long practice, that is retained by the mind and the mind can get into that state in a moment, that is Samyama.
If the Yogi can make a Samyama on these past impressions in the mind, he will begin to remember all his past lives.
Because the white invader stole our aranyakas we lost a great deal of information about mind control and mind reading.
Aranyakas dealt with benefits of rigorous penance
Each man has particular signs on his body, which differentiate him from others; when the Yogi makes a Samyama on these signs he knows the nature of the mind of that person.
When a Yogi makes a Samyama on his own Karma, upon those impressions in his mind which are now working, and those which are just waiting to work, he knows exactly by those that are waiting when his body will fall.
He knows when he will die, at what hour, even at what minute. The Hindus think very much of that knowledge or consciousness of the nearness of death, because it is taught in the Gita that the thoughts at the moment of departure are great powers in determining the next life.
When a Yogi has attained to this Samyama and wants strength, he makes a Samyama on the strength of the elephant and gets it. Infinite energy is at the disposal of everyone if he only knows how to get it. The Yogi has discovered the science of getting it.
When a man is very hungry, if he can make Samyama on the hollow of the throat, hunger ceases. Udana is the name of the nerve current that governs the lungs and all the upper parts of the body, and when he is master of it, he becomes light in weight.
He does not sink in water; he can walk on thorns and sword blades, and stand in fire, and can depart this life whenever he likes. Whenever he likes, light flashes from his body and give an electric shock by induction from a distance. There is the Akasha, the ether, and the instrument, the ear.
By making Samyama on them the Yogi gets supernormal hearing; he hears everything. He can pick off from akashik records without the aid of soma. If the Yogi makes a Sanyama on this Akasha material of his body, it acquires the lightness of Akasha, and he can levitate.
When Appolonus and Damisa went to the Himalayas , Damisa recorded a levitation demonstration by a Indian Yogi
The ancient sage with 12 strand DNA had attained the eight powers ( siddhas ) . He conquer everything he wants.. A lion will sit at his feet like a lamb. He can have poisonous cobras all over him--, and all his desires will be fulfilled at will.
The body becomes indestructible. Nothing can injure it. Nothing can destroy it until the Yogi wishes. "Breaking the rod of time he lives in this universe with his body."
In the Vedas it is written that for that man there is no more disease, death or pain. When nature has been conquered, and the difference between the Purusha and nature realised — that the Purusha is indestructible, pure and perfect — then come omnipotence and omniscience.
When the Yogi has seen all these wonderful powers, and rejected them, he reaches the goal. Samyama strengthens the power of discrimination .
Again, samyama is the state of resting in deep inner silence (samadhi), along with the ability to pick up a thought (focus/dharana) and let it go inward (meditation/dhyana).
Then the results of samyama come out from inner silence automatically, because inner silence/awareness is, in reality, a single field. Understanding some of the deeper tools of subtle consciousness, such as samyama, helps us contribute positive influence within this single field.
Samyama is an advanced yogic technique, one that is based on principles which utilize the operative powers of some of the more subtle and universal facets of consciousness; facets which many of us are not aware even exist, but which are available to all of us, with a certain amount of practice.
Samyama practice takes the stillness we cultivated in meditation and moves that stillness outward. The process of picking the word (sutra) and dropping it into the stillness can become very ecstatic.
When this beings to happen we can apply samyama to many other things; the ecstasy confirms the connection with the greater field of awareness, and we know we are engaged in living samyama.
Once the core samyama practice is mastered, it becomes a natural habit of letting go. This is when we can start applying samyama to some of the various other practices that we engage in, with ever-greater ease.
Finally, the practice of samyama can become automatic, or nearly so. The power of this technique, however, only increases, the more fully integrated it becomes.
Patanjali really does not hold any bars when it comes to the kind of psychic powers you can develop.
Your typical psychic development guide mentions clairvoyance, clauraudience, empathy, psychometry but Patanjali is straight in there with teleportation, levitation, invisibility, size manipulation, control of all the elements, entering the mind of another and even taking control of their body!
Patanjali has very carefully used the word ‘prajnalokah’. It is the light of consciousness. Prajna is consciousness, intelligence, understanding, illumination, enlightenment, whatever we may call it, and aloka is light. Prajnalokah is the light of inner illumination. That is what will follow when samyama is practised.
The Patannjali sutra, tajjayāt prajñālokaḥ (III.5), makes out the great significant revelation that the aim of yoga is knowledge that is one with the being of the object of knowledge. It is quite different from any other knowledge that we are acquainted with in this world.
It is not learning.
It is not ordinary education.
It is something superb and transcendent to all that the mind can conceive in its relational life, in its phenomenal existence.
This is precisely the essence of spirituality.
It is probably 800 years away.
The west has recorded the feats of Indian yogis controlling involuntary body functions like regulating the heart beat, body temperature, brainwave activity, nervous system, thirst/hunger etc.
Now who knows what else is possible at even deeper levels of consciousness. All this was written in the aranyakas 7000 years ago.
Now who knows what else is possible at even deeper levels of consciousness. All this was written in the aranyakas 7000 years ago.
Yoga offers its own science of physiology (a part of the Hindu philosophy of Tantra) by which to understand the body and how to silence it. Tantra was reduced to debauched SEX by the white invader
The brain very naturally shuts off awareness of the sensory world every night when we sleep. The main difference between sleep and pratyahara is that pratyahara is voluntarily induced, and that the yogi does not go to sleep, but remains lucid and aware after voluntarily shutting off the senses.
Pratyahara has many parallels with lucid dreaming. Both are methods to shut off the senses, and both allow the mind to retain self-awareness and lucidity when the senses are shut off.
The big difference between the two is that the lucid dreamer who explores the inner world of dreams is still in a state of vikshepa, only in the next plane, or loka, over from the physical plane.
The yogi in this state is absorbed in the pratyaya and does not allow dreaming to intrude into his or her awareness.
Vikshepa ( tossing ) is mental wandering --a part of longing desire (raga), hostility (dvesha), or naivety (moha). It is the subsidiary awareness that, due to any of the poisonous emotions, causes our mind to be distracted from its object of focus.
If we are distracted due to longing desire, the object of our desire need not be something we are already familiar with, as in the case of flightiness of mind . Vikshepa is removed by Upasana, Trataka, Pranayama and Raja Yoga.
Yama and niyama shut off the intentional movements of the mind induced by desires of an attractive or repulsive character, and asanas, pranayama and pratyahara shut off all of the inputs from the body.
Taken together, these are called “bahiranga”, or external, meaning these are all inputs into the mind that come from sources outside of the mind itself. This leaves only disturbances caused inside the mind. The methods to quiet internal disturbances are called “antaranga” because they all occur only inside the mind of the yogi.
Yoga is rooted in the notion of developing a positive personality. Therefore ethical discipline or the practice of correct conduct is necessary for success in yoga. This is the basis of yama and niyama, the two moral backbones of yoga.
Yama is the first limb of Patanjali’s ashtanga yoga and means ‘taking a vow’ while niyama is the second limb and means ‘rule of conduct’. Yama and niyama are inter-dependent. Niyama strengthens and safeguards yama.
For example, if one is contented, one will not steal, hurt others or tell lies and will find it easy to practise non-covetousness. When one is sufficiently advanced in the practices of yamas and niyamas, one can face every temptation by calling in the aid of pure and restraining thoughts.
When the mind becomes pure it attains the state of steadiness and becomes one-pointed. If these positive qualities are not cultivated, the mind cannot be led to steadiness.
One needs to be well established in yama-niyama to attain perfection in yoga. When one is perfectly established in them, samadhi will come by itself.
A yogi who does Samyama on Pratyaya (notions, customs) of men, states Patanjali sutra 3.19 of the text, knows the series of "psycho-mental states of other men". A yogi after successfully completing Samyama on "distinction of object and idea" realizes the "cries of all creatures", states Patanjali sutra 3.17.
A Samyama on friendliness, compassion and joy leads to these powers emerging within the yogi, states Patanjali sutra 3.23.
The meditation technique discussed in the Yoga Sutras of Patanjali is a means to knowledge and siddhi (yogic power).
Whatever the yogin desires to know, he should perform samyama in respect to that object.
Adi Shankaracharya wrote 4000 years ago, that samyama is a means for Jnana-yoga (path of knowledge) to achieve the state of Jivanmukta (living liberation).
The Sanskrit word ‘aranya’ means a forest.The Aranyakas were developed by the sages who meditated and did severe penances in the forest.
The aranyakas gave a comprehensive account of the philosophic and spiritual interpretation of the Hindu rituals and ceremonies.
The Aranyakas reflect an explicit transition in the philosophy of life of man. The speculative , intuitive and meditative thinking is conspicuous.
Aranyakas describe and discuss rituals from various perspectives, but some include philosophical speculations. while the).
Aitareya Aranyaka belongs to the Aitareya Shakha of Rigveda
Kaushitaki Aranyaka belongs to the Kaushitaki and Shankhayana Shakhas of Rigveda
Taittiriya Aranyaka belongs to the Taittiriya Shakha of the Yajurveda
Maitrayaniya Aranyaka belongs to the Maitrayaniya Shakha of the Yajurveda
Katha Aranyaka belongs to the (Caraka)Katha Shakha of the Yajurveda
Brihad Aranyaka in the Madhyandina and the Kanva versions of the Yajurveda.
The Madhyandina version has 9 sections, of which the last 6 are the Brihadaranyaka Upanishad.
Talavakara Aranyaka or Jaiminiya Upanishad Brahmana belongs to the Talavakara or Jaiminiya Shakha of the Samaveda
Aranyaka Samhita is not a typical Aranyaka text: rather the Purvarchika of the Samaveda Samhitas has a section of mantras, called the 'Aranyaka Samhita', on which the Aranyagana Samans are sung.
The Atharvaveda has no surviving Aranyakas-- the white invader stole it—little does he know that powerful vashikaran mantras were never written down .
Aranyakas go into the meanings of the 'secret' rituals not detailed in the Brahmanas..
The Brahmanas advocating the actual observances of the bloodless sacrifices are meant for Grihastha and the Aranyakas containing explanations of the rituals and allegorical speculations thereon are meant for Vanprasthas, who renounce family life residing in the forests for tapas and other religious activities.
Aitareya Aranyaka, Shatapatha Aranyaka and Taittiriya Aranyaka are popular ones of the extant ones today
The philosophic portions, more speculative in content, are sometimes called Upanishads. The Aranyakas were and are concluding parts of the Brahmans.
WANNA READ SOME POISON INJCTED BY WHITE INAVDER?
YEH LEH !
QUOTE: The Taittiriya Aranyaka tells how when the Vataramsa sages were first approached by other sages, they retreated; but when the sages came back with faith and tapas (ardor), they instructed them how to expiate the sin of abortion. Prayers were offered for pregnant women whether they were married or not, even if the father was unknown because of promiscuity. Yet the double standard against women for unchastity was in effect, unless a student seduced the teacher's wife. Truth was the highest value; through truth the right to heaven was retained. Debtors were in fear of punishment in hell, probably because the social punishments in this world were severe---torture and perhaps even death. UNQUOTE
SORRY, THERE IS NO HEAVEN OR HELL IN HINDUISM
The Upanishads come last.
ZAKIR NAIK -- JUSTIFIES SUICIDE BOMBING "IF DONE WITH GUIDANCE"
HAVE YOU EVER SEEN SUCH A HATE SPREADING EVANGELIST LIKE ZAKIR NAIK ?
January 10, 2018 at 12:31 PM
MRI scans show that memorizing ancient mantras increases the size of brain regions associated with cognitive function
This means that sanskrit is meant to be spoken by us. It's the language God intended for us to use.
Capt. Ajit Vadakayil
January 10, 2018 at 1:37 PM
SANSKRIT IS THE OLDEST LANGUAGE ON THIS PLANET
MALAYALAM IS THE SECOND OLDEST LANGUAGE ON THE PLANET
THE VEDA SRUTI ORAL ROUTE WAS DONE BY THIYYAS FROM KERALA -- WITH THE CREAM OF NAMBOODIRI PROFESSORS VISITING TAXILA/ NALANDA/ SARASWATI DHAR/ FOREIGN UNIVERSITIES LIKE ALEXANDIA ETC
VISHNU TOOK PARASHURAMA AVATAR JUST TO PROTECT THE VEDAS AND EMPOWER THESE PROFESSORS ., PARASHURAMA ESCORTED THE NAMBOOODIRI PROFESSORS FROM DRIED UP SARAWATI BANKS TO KERALA ( HOME COMING ) WITH 4 VEDAS AND 108 UPANISHADS .
ONLY NAMBOODIRIS KNEW THE GHANA VERIFICATION BELL METHOD OF VEDIC SRUTIS
VEDA SRUTI VERSES ACTIVATE SWITCHES INSIDE THE BRAIN AND DNA
BAR AMBEDKAR AND EVR EPRIYAR SAW THE SRUTI VERSES IN WRITTEN FORM AND CRIED--WHAT IS ALL THIS BULLSHIT ABOUT INDRA AND COWS
VEDIC SRUTI POWER IS IN THE SOUND--NOT THE MEANING OF THE WORDS
WORDS ARE ONLY TO EMANATE A FEELING OF GRATITUDE --WHICH CAUSES A SCALAR FIELD TO FORM
ONLY SANSKRIT AND MALAYALAM HAS 54 ALPHABETS -- THE FORM OF SRI YANTRA ( 54 TRIPLE INTERSECTIONS WHICH IN SHIVA SHAKTI FORMAT BECOMES 108 )
PEOPLE WHOSE BRAINS WORK IN THE FRACTAL METHOD UNDERSTAND THIS
SRI YANTRA IS ROOTED IN DIVINE MATH ( GOLDEN MEAN 1.618 )
VEDIC SRUTIS HAVE GOLDEN MEAN (1.618 ) , FIBONACCI SERIES , PASCALS TRIANGLE, LUCAS NUMBERS , SRI YANTRA ( GEOMETRY OF OM ), ULAM SPIRAL, PRIME NUMBER MAGIC EMBEDDED IN IT -- THIS IS WHY WE HINDUS INSIST THAT SRUTIS WERE DOWNLOADED FROM AKASHA
WHEN YOU INJECT POISON OR COOK UP SRUTI VERSES IT IS LIKE CURDLED MILK OR SHATTERED GLASS .. ROTHSCHILD NEVER KNEW THIS ..
A mantra is a word or a series of words , which produce longitudinal Scalar waves by resonating your Pineal gland and your DNA—in a divine language.
SRUTI VERSES AND MANTRAS HAVE ENORMOUS VIBRATION--WORDS UNFOLD FROM SEED FORMS--
HERE IS THE SHOCKER-- SEERS COULD SEE THE SOUND. ALPHABETS OF SANSKRIT COULD BE SEEN IN CYMATICS WHEN UTTERED
MANTRAS COULD TAKE THE FORM OF MUDRA ( SIGNS ) DIRECT LINK BETWEEN SOULD AND HAND SIGNS
VEDIC SRUTIS AND MATRAS MUST HAVE MATH AND GEOMETRICAL PRECESSION ( JUST ONE IS NOT ENOUGH--THIS IS HOW I IDENTIFY COOKED UP/ POISON INJECTED VERSES )
I MYSELF SEE WORDS IN PICTURES -- WHEN YOU CAN DO THAT YOU CAN DO SPEED READING
Once i told my second engineer , (who wanted to know how my memory is so sharp ), that I see words as pictures.
He immediately cried " I have named my new born son, Tamil Selvan. What picture do you see?".
I said " Imagine a deer is taking a crap-- when the last ounce of shit is poppin' out of its asshole-- imagine you smear this gooey mass with your thumb, all over the orifice. Well that is word Tamil Selvan in my minds eye !"
Needless to say, though I told him the truth, I lost one of my ardent fans, on the spot.
There has been NO changes to Panini’s grammar book of Sanskrit, unlike the Oxford English—where in the ridiculous spelling bee contest the children are forced to ask – language of origin please, definition please, include it a sentence please, can you repeat the word please ( due to silent letters ) CAN YOU SHOVE IT UP YOU ASSHOLE PLEASE —blah blah—
CONTINUED TO 2-
CONTINUED FROM 1-
MANTRAS ARE THE TRIGGER FOR QUANTUM TUNNELING AND WORMHOLES WHERE THE SPEED OF LIGHT IS EXCEEDED SEVERAL TIMES OVER. DNA is a superconductor that stores light at body temperature, and can create magnetic wormholes in ZPF ..
Microtubules and axional membranes are also hollow cylinders.
EFFECT OF MANTRAS ON MICROTUBULES --THE WHITE MAN WILL TAKE ANOTHER 400 YEARS TO FIGURE THIS OUT
-Mantras reprogramme your DNA. The human DNA can produce longitudinal scalar waves
-Mantra is a carrier wave with potent information within it.
---Mantras vibrations on DNA , chakras and pineal gland purifies and raises human consciousness
---Mantras have immediate soothing effect makes the brain produce and release magic healing chemicals.
---Mantras increase Prana or life force, sharpens intellect and boosts metabolism.
---Mantras can reduce the surface tension of water. Sages kept Saraswati and Ganges water in copper lotas with them
---Mantras centres your mind ( effect on subconscious ) and slows down your breathing .
---Mantras increase your Auras as seen by Kirlean photography—due to the effect on symphathetic and para sympathetic nervous systems.
---Mantra chanting must be done with intent, to make it more powerful. This is about consciousness again
People under estimate sound of music so much. Longitudinal sound wave is everything!! Waves , particles are all sound of music. Your powerful king sense of hearing can distinguish more than 300000 tones and 1300 pitches. Next time you hear a sound of a person , even on the phone , visualize who it could be.
Quantum coherence in the microtubules of every cell is the key to consciousness..
VEDAS WROTE 7000 YEARS AGO VIBRATIONS CREATE MATTER
MY REVELATIONS NOW JUMP TO 53.1%
How does the brain - a lump of ‘pinkish gray meat’ - produce the richness of conscious experience, or any subjective experience at all? Brain neurons and synapses act like switches and ‘bits’ in computers
The conscious human brain is like an grand symphony orchestra, a multi-scalar vibrational resonance system, than a computer
NO COMPUTER CAN LAUGH AT A JOKE, FEEL GOOD BY SEEING A MONEY / DOG / CAT CUDDLING EACH OTHER, GET A LUMP IN THE THROAT (BY A PATRIOTIC SONG) , OR TELL THE MORAL OF A NARRATED STORY
ANCIENT INDIAN PRINCES WERE GIVEN WISDOM IN GURUKULS—NOY KNOWLEDGE ( LIKE WHAT IS THE CAPITAL OF VIETNAM )
Brain information patterns repeat over spatiotemporal scales in fractal-like, nested hierarchies of neuronal networks, with resonances and interference beats.
One example of a multi-scalar spatial mapping is the 2014 Nobel Prize-winning work (O’Keefe, Moser and Moser) on ‘grid cells’, hexagonal representations of spatial location arrayed in layers of entorhinal cortex, each layer encoding a different spatial scale.
Moving from layer to layer in entorhinal cortex is precisely like zooming in and out in a Google map.
Vedas say that brain is a HOLOGRAPHIC STORAGE device… This model allows for important aspects of human consciousness, including the fast associative memory that allows for connections between different pieces of stored information and the non-locality of memory storage (a specific memory is not stored in a specific location, i.e. a certain neuron) device
In a hologram, any part of the hologram with sufficient size contains the whole of the stored information. In this theory, a piece of a long-term memory is similarly distributed over a dendritic arbor so that each part of the dendritic network contains all the information stored over the entire network
Holograms encode distributed information as multi-scalar interference of coherent vibrations, e.g. from lasers.
Structures inside brain neurons called microtubules as sources of laser-like coherence for the brain’s vibrational hierarchy. The brain processes and stores information holographically as a massively parallel processing and associative computer system.
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Holographic processing is accomplished with the brain acting as a phase conjugating device (e.g. a phase gate) which is type of logic circuit where the inputs are sensitive to the phase of the input signal producing
Microtubules are cylindrical lattice polymers of the protein ‘tubuln’, major components of the structural cytoskeleton inside cells
A laser hologram is that it exhibits the distributive property. This means that even a small part of an entire holographic record contains the entire record of the recorded image .
The fact that living cells in any organism evolve and grow from more simple stem cells, implies quantum entanglement throughout the organism and its composite parts, with an associated instantaneous exchange of information through PCAR.
PCAR is necessary for the brain to perceive objects as they really exist in three dimensional space. If the brain had to rely solely on the visible light spectrum that was reflected off the external object and onto the retina of the eyes, the object would appear two dimensional just as it would be if a picture of the object was recorded photographically with a camera.
Contrary to the popular opinion that we see objects in three dimensions entirely because of binocular vision, just close one eye and observe an external object with the remaining open eye. The object appears "out there" and not as an image "in the brain" because of PCAR. This clearly presents a survival advantage to an organism allowing it to accurately see and locate objects (especially predators and food) in three dimensional space.
ANIMALS CANY PASS THE COLOUR AND MIRROR TEST EXCEPT A HANDFUL OF CONCIOUS MAMMALS LIKE DOLPHIN, ELEPHANT, BONOBOS ETC
Max Planck knew Sanskrit and read the Vedas.
Max Planck, ( founder of Quantum theory ) wrote the “Planck postulate”, that electromagnetic energy could be emitted or absorbed only in discrete quanta which formed the basis of the description of black body radiation.
This was ultimately extended and used to describe how all matter absorbs and reemits photons (quanta of energy) from and into the quantum foam of the zero point field ( AKASHA that pervades all matter and even the vacuum of space..
Normally these emissions are random exchanges of energy between particles and the ZPF. However, the emissions from complex matter (e.g. living organisms) have been shown to exhibit quantum coherence and also carry information non-locally. Recall that the quantum phenomena of non-locality implies instantaneous transmission of information across space and time
The Quantum Hologram is a model of how reality works. Like all models it enables us to make predictions and create interpretations about how nature operates
Every one of our cells contains the same genetic blueprint of DNA and clearly that DNA and environmental influences exert major influences over the development and functioning of our cells. But cells are not only subordinate to DNA; they also function and maintain homeostasis by communicating and cooperating simultaneously with many other cells of the body and by the information they receive from the environment. Much of this inter-cellular signaling is electrochemical in nature
With up to 100 trillion cells it is hard to imagine how that many cells can remain in harmony by the slow process of electrochemical signaling especially under times of great distress when survival of the entire organism is at stake and / or requires extremely rapid and coordinated responses.
Epigenetics which is the study of the mechanisms by which the environment influences cells and their offspring without changing genetic codes.
Inter-cellular communication is especially critical in embryonic development. From a single fertilized egg, the embryo divides thousands of times and each time producing identical offspring cells called stem cells. Then at some critical point when the embryo has reached a certain size, something truly miraculous happens.
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Cells begin to differentiate and form groups of like cells that will eventually become all the highly specialized tissues and organs that make up the human body. Out of the entire mass of undifferentiated cells making up the embryo, how does a particular stem cell suddenly know that it is to transform into a heart cell, liver cell, neuron, etc?
Clearly, some of the differentiation results from electrochemical signaling with the immediate surrounding cells. This exchange is certainly necessary and provides information about how a cell must change to express itself correctly to become the right type of cell at the right place and at the right time.
In higher organisms with brains, the massively parallel processing capabilities of the brain structures are capable of simultaneously resonating with QUANTUM HOLOGRAM information at an incredible range of frequencies
AKASHIK RECORD of Vedas described as an all pervasive foundation that contains not only all knowledge of the human experience but also the entire history of the universe. Our normal five senses cannot access this information but it can be accessed through spiritual practices such as meditation
We live in a universe that operates according to the following principles.
Self-organizing - All non living and living matter seems to be the result of the emergent complexity adapting and evolving in response to changes in the environment.
Intelligent - The universe utilizes information, processes it and assigns meaning to it. It seems to evaluate new experiences against stored information and "chooses" actions based on that evaluation based on feedback mechanisms.
Creative - All matter in the universe appears to be interconnected and communicates with itself to continually form more complex systems. These systems seem to regulate and organize themselves in ways that are flexible, adaptable and exhibit some form of purposeful behavior.
Interactive - All matter continually interacts with all other matter. There is no such thing as independent action. Everything is defined in relationship to everything else.
Learning - Experience is retained in nature’s memory, the Quantum Hologram. Once information is created it is always available and never forgotten.
Participatory -The role of intention in conscious matter has demonstrable effect.
Evolving - Since its beginnings, nature has been developing into ever increasing levels of complexity in response to environmental changes or pressures resulting from natural processes.
Non-locally connected - All things in nature are interconnected in a very fundamental way beyond time and space. The exchange of information between any two objects occurs instantaneously no matter their space time separation and these interconnections cannot be shielded or attenuated.
Based on Quantum Principles - From the micro scale of subatomic particles to the largest objects in the cosmos and everything in between, all matter displays the quantum characteristics of entanglement, coherence, correlation and resonance.
ALL THOSE WHO CLAIMED THAT VEDAS WERE BUMPKIN SHEPHERD VERSES , FOR INDRA TO MUSTER THE COWS SO THAT HE CAN SCREW THEIR ASSHOLES— RAISE YOUR HANDS ?
FUCKIN’ CUNTS !
BALLS TO MONKEY TO MAN – FREEMASON MADMAN NAMED CHARLES DARWIN
ANCIENT MAHARISHIS USED THEIR BRAINS AS LASER BEAMS –THE REASON WHY THEY COULD RECORD DISTANCE OF PLANETS, SPEED OF LIGHT, DIAMETERS OF PLANETS ETC WITH ASTOUNDING PRECESSION 7000 YEARS AGO
God sleeps in the minerals,
Awakens in plants,
Walks in animals and,
Thinks in man.--Rig Veda -- 5000 BC
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