Categories

How to Save The World?

Read the World Change Proposal

Goddess Anahita

Anahita – The Mother Goddess of Waters in Pre-Islamic Persia and Armenia

Anahita is the Old Persian form of the name of an Iranian goddess and appears in complete and earlier form as Aredvi Sura Anahita (Arədvī Sūrā Anāhitā); the Avestan language name of an Indo-Iranian cosmological figure venerated as the divinity of ‘the Waters’ (Aban) and hence associated with fertility, healing and wisdom.

Aredvi Sura Anahita is Ardwisur Anahid or Nahid in Middle- and Modern Persian, Anahit or Anaheed in Armenian. Naahid is a common name in modern persia. Also known as Harahvati [Saraswati in India] as Persian pronounce makes S as H like instead of Sindhu they said Hindu ! All people living across Sindhu

Continue reading Goddess Anahita

Histories Secrets

Tracing our origins

Knowledge of higher realms and higher life is sacred and that is why it is rare and preserved with great care.

Where did our knowledge, language and ideas come from? Take a short journey through the know but inconvenient history tracing the entomology of Mister, Maggi and Magistrate linking the worlds great civilisations.

The master secret of history that unveils the treasure of knowledge of all rich great civilizations & Sciences. A common word in English is Mister or Mr. Mister comes from Maestre, maestro and its variants. Master is a corruption of Magistere or Magister. Magister was an ancient title for a learned or higher degreed educated person who was then appointed in prominent public

Continue reading Histories Secrets

The Music of Persia

A wondrous legacy

The history of musical development in Iran dates back to the prehistoric era. King Jamshid of Persia, [Vivahvant (Sanskrit Vivasvant) is stated as the father of Yima Khshaeta (Jamshed) in Yasht 13.130.] Yam Kshatriya became later on Jamshed.] a mythological figure of Shahnameh, is credited with the “invention” of [Farsi] music. Fragmentary documents from various periods of the country’s history establish that the ancient Aryans “Iranians” possessed an elaborate musical culture.

There is a distinction between the science of Music, or Musicology, which, as a branch of mathematics has always been held in high regards in Persia; as opposed to music performance or more recently modern Muzik, which has had an uneasy and often acrimonious relationship

Continue reading The Music of Persia

North West Bharatha

An inside story of Tajiks, Afghans, Punjabis and the North West of India

Unmistakably Aryan. This is how the ancient Vedic people were and these same people were foundational to ancient Persia, Afghanistan and Central Asia and North West India.

The history of North West India is confusing to any interested in knowing. Those who wrote the history books invented a history to suit their political agendas thereby corrupting the truth and denying future generations access to their traditions and genealogy.

Many books and historians say the knowledge and wealth of India came by way of an Aryan invasion, that the Hindus were not capable. This is a made up myth like that of the Dravidian south. The

Continue reading North West Bharatha

Saudi Arabia

A country to avoid

Saudi Arabia is a nation of contrasts, the landscape is mostly desert with coastlines on the Red Sea and the Persian Gulf. For thousands of years the Saudis have been humble desert dwellers, but because trade routes crossed through their region, they were able to make modest profits through trade or criminality.

Prior to the arrival and spread of Islam in the seventh century, the Saudis followed Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism). But as a people with nothing in a material sense, the Saudis made Islam their own and perhaps after years of suffering the contempt of their regional neighbours, Islam gave them the power to extract their revenge, not only on their neighbours but the

Continue reading Saudi Arabia

Ghazwa-e-Hind

The ideological battle over the states of Jammu and Kashmir

Pakistanis sacrifice goats before aircraft take off to ensure a safe flight.

The issue of ‘Ghazwa-e-Hind’ otherwise known as Islam’s Prophetic war against India is a subject that Islamic clerics don’t wish to discuss and something that indigenous Hindus of India know next to nothing about let alone the rest of the world where minds are preoccupied with other global disasters.

It is also a problem that confounds Indian politicians, academics and those in the military as Pakistan’s Military-Mullah Establishment continues supporting extremists with a clear intent of taking over Kashmir and in doing so provoking an all out war with India.

Pakistan is renowned for sponsoring terrorist groups

Continue reading Ghazwa-e-Hind

Syria in Crisis

Anticipating Obama Care – Now Trump

Originally published in 2013.

Look at today’s news and nothing has changed except the presidential face. In fact Trumps attitude while being praised in his pre-election rhetoric for disestablishing globalism is turning more hostile to the world and fuelling the military industrial machine without concern for human rights or the rights of nations.

If you don’t know by now, the USA has a nasty habit of inventing some attack or atrocity, or even getting its own agents to do the dirty work. The US relies on its manufacture of weapons of mass destruction to keep its economy afloat and to do this, it regularly starts wars.

As the UK falters in support of Obama,

Continue reading Syria in Crisis

Life in Ancient India

An overview of the history and culture of ancient Bharatha

Moenjo Daro Site

It is well past time to rewrite our history textbooks and this page is based on a work by Sudheer Birodkar and Debbie Azzopardi posted in 1998. Sudheer Birodkar also has other pages linked here asking what was India like? What did the ancient Indians wear? What did they eat? Did kids play with toys? Did they go to school?

Ancient India or Bharatha once stretched from Persia or modern day Iran to the Pacific coast of Cambodia and Vietnam. This was never a unified country as we think of countries today, rather it was a collection of states functioning

Continue reading Life in Ancient India

Slavery in Arab Countries

About half of the Saudi workforce are migrant workers

If you pay attention to the news media, you will often come across stories relating to the abuse and mistreatment of migrant workers in Islamic countries. In Saudi Arabia for instance, almost one half of the entire workforce is made up of foreign labourers and some them are treated worse than slaves.

Most often the company organising workers on behalf of individuals or companies will retain the individual’s passport and documents which means that even in the country in which they work, they have no freedom.

Most of the men that go into these countries work in construction. They come to Saudi because there is not the work in their

Continue reading Slavery in Arab Countries

The Women of Persia

Symbols of beauty and resistance

The famous Persian heroine, Apranik,

Under the patriarchy that evolved over the past 6000 years, women around the world have been sidelined from public office and disempowered. Yet without women, men could not survive or even thrive.

Under patriarchy, men have tried to own women and control their lives, yet they have not learned that women cannot be understood, they can only be loved and when they are loved, their joy is transformative and uniting.

Women are related to the Earth, and givers of life. Within Vedanta that inspired Persian life before Islam, men and women stood together, yet under the yoke of Islam, women remain women and carry the spirit of life from

Continue reading The Women of Persia