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History Matters

Like it or not, we are shaped by our history

Regardless of whether our forefathers may have been the invaders, defenders or defeated, those actions performed 100 years ago thousand years ago set in motion a chain of cause and effect (karma) that affects us today. Our past influences every aspect of our daily lives even though we are most often completely unaware.

We wonder where we came from and the origin of the universe. Was there a big bang or a big birth and an act of creation? Yet the source of creation is in every atom, every creature, and every cell of your body. If you can access it, you will know the nature of existence and your

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A Cronology of Hindu History

Re-Writing the narrative from emerging discoveries

Like many people seeking to know the truth of our existence I have questioned the historic narrative handed down to us through various governmental agencies tainted by religious and other belief systems. It comes down to a question of believing what might be true without evidence and seeking to find out what is true based on tangible evidence.

The Western, patriarchal capitalist point of view dominates the world and anyone would have to be pretty stupid to not see that the associated political structures are rotten to the core. They say nice things but do dastardly deeds in the name of power and profits. Conversely in the east and by East I mean east

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A Twisted Legacy

Reviling the nature of existence

In the pursuit of the hatred against the option of natural happiness, is it nihilism, masochism, self inflicted humiliation or a plastic pride that inflates the ego?

They try so hard to hide their hatred that is so inbuilt in their very mental make up. They feel its their duty to hate Hindus and everything related as their dream or idea is to enslave Hindus or finish with them or rule them and use them as slaves. That is the foundation less basis that they think is their birthright as converts that encourages such malignant mindset; unbeknown to them they are 100% Hindu not only genetically but historically, racially but socially and religiously. They

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Lucifer

The Christian villain people are taught to fear and loathe

Christianity since its inception has been attempting to drive a wedge between positive and negative, darkness and light which has led to the science of separation as a means of knowing life. This has been an absolute failure because once something is dissected, it ceases to be and therefore cannot be known.

Over a period of several thousand years, the ideas that gave rise to Christianity were distorted from the original Hindu understanding that we live in a dualistic universe and we named these dualities as darkness and light, positive and negative, feminine and masculine. As the Hindu understanding of life travelled westward, the ideas were distorted and in

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A Failure in Archaeology

Categorising ancient science as religion

The world’s population by and large are being duped, brainwashed and educated with a large amount of false information in regards to world history. Schools are still teaching that the development of India only took place due to an Aryan invasion. This has clearly been disproved and in fact it is knowledge from India which gave rise to modern civilisation, a bitter pill for the colonialists to swallow because they still believe they are right.

In the field of archaeology in addition to finding, dating places of human habitation from antiquity and getting them into some kind of global picture, they have the audacity to classify evidence of ancient knowledge and science as religion. Religion

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East vs West

Spiritual truth in the East and the lack there of in the West

Gaia as the world tree by Alex GrayThe tree of life giving life – East but being destroyed by human greed, the West

The philosophical and lifestyle differences between East and West are apparent particularly when travelling from any western country to India. It is such a crazy chaotic place and yet there is something wonderful and transcendent in India not in addition to the resplendent colours and the joy on people’s faces.

I’ve written several posts on the subject and now thanks to a line by Chaman Lal, the penny has finally dropped in regard to what I’m attempting to

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The Story of Omar

One man begins a global transformation

Young Omar was said to have been something of a precocious child yet he was also uncannily charming and got away with things that other children may have earned some reprimand. But children were loved because their parents saw them as an investment towards an unforeseeable future.

The village where young Omar lived was inconspicuous, the wall of woven twigs that kept lions and other creatures out of the village at night was in the process of being replaced with a much more solid mud brick wall. Omar and the other boys his age helped their elders as they were capable although much of the time they played as they watched.

The village was

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Tracing our Origins

Where did modern Humans originate?

In early April 2019 I posted reference to an article in National Geographic on Facebook about stone tools found in the Philippines that pre-date the arrival of modern humans to the islands by roughly 600,000 years—but researchers aren’t sure who made them and the following note:

Do you think we all came out of Africa? There are other theories so we should be circumspect in what we believe……

From the same period: Homo Erectus is discovered at Lantian, China. Homo Erectus is discovered at Tighhenif, Algeria. Anglia man is located in East Anglia, Britain. Paleolithic sites are found in China as early as this date. Zhoukoudian, about 50 kilometers (31

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Secularism in Perspective

A grand hoodwink and political tool

Like before the last election in 2014, this time too, there are voices by so-called intellectuals that “secularism is in danger” if BJP comes to power again. Though Indians are generally highly intelligent, when it comes to secularism, most intellectuals, media and politicians get the concept wrong.

Since secularism is a western ‘invention’, I would like to put it into perspective:

Contrary to the general perception in India, secular is not the opposite of communal. Communal as such is not objectionable either. It means ‘pertaining to a community’. In Germany, elections to local bodies are called “communal elections” (Kommunalwahlen).

Secular means worldly and is opposite to ‘religious’. Now ‘religious’ in this context refers to

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Women In Vedic Culture

The rise of the Divine Feminine

The distinction between women within the Vedic culture and the women in other places is that the Vedic approach to life was deeply thoughtful and meditative. From that inward reflection came the comprehension that life has two polarities, masculine and feminine, positive and negative, darkness and light.

There was a knowing that even before the universe was born, there was an interplay between Shiva and Shakti, between two forces that gave rise to our dualistic world. These two forces are at play throughout creation and within all matter and all manner of things.

What we define as masculine contains masculine and feminine elements and what we call feminine also contains the elements of masculine

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A Short History of Flight

And the national clamour to be seen as the first

People have probably always observed the movement of the birds and the clouds across the sky, people have often dreamt they were flying and consequently dreamed of making fiscal flight a reality. It is documented that the first motorised balloon was created by Shivkar Bapuji and made its début flight in 1876.

Setting aside other legends, the Wright brothers who were adjacent to one of the worlds most modern and technologically developed cities are credited as being the first to fly a powered aircraft.

However half a world away, Richard William Pearse, a New Zealand farmer and inventor flew and landed a powered heavier-than-air machine on 31 March 1903, nine

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