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Safronisation

Reclaiming India

The land we know today as India was undoubtedly the centre of global civilisation from which knowledge and spiritual practices flowed to eventually be corrupted. Some time back in the distant past people thought about where they lived, their place in the universe and our confinement to this planet.

Consequently they began exploring and discovered a great many aspects of our remote corners within our galaxy and our universe. The people for the most part discovered that by living a life according to Sanatana Dharma and maintaining a personal spiritual practice that they became co-creators on this planet and unlocked rivers of joy within themselves.

Lesson course not pretend that everything was perfect, it is probable there was

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Saving India

Articles 28, 29 30 of Indian Constitution, must be removed or amended

The overall situation in India is a consequence of 1000 years of occupation, brainwashing and other abuses. It’s my wish for greater social equity, and the value of Dharma to be recognised and uplifted. The removal or amendment of these articles will assist the emergence of a much truer vision of Sanatana Dharma as a science, a truer picture of Hindu history, facilitating the emergence of a more appropriate social and political responsibility.

Failure in this will encourage vested anti India organisations to continue wrecking havoc in the country so the government must be encouraged to amend these articles of

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Who Were the Brahmins

The leaders who followed

We don’t know exactly when Indian society began to develop but is widely thought that pockets of what we can define as civilisation have existed on the Indian subcontinent continuously over the past seventy thousand years. But it’s only in the past ten thousand that what we can generally define as Hindu civilisation began to unify and flourish.

At one time the people were hunter gatherers as elsewhere in the world with Shamen developing spiritual concepts. You could say these Shamen were the original scientists questioning the nature of existence and it seems apparent from the evidence that in India the Shamen (also referred to as mystics and yogis) were numerous enough

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A Chronology 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. Finding this narrative to be heavily tainted by political expediency, personal bias, religious and other belief systems, I set out to explore and have discovered the rationality behind Sanatana Dharma.

The Western, patriarchal capitalist point of view backed by the irrational idea of moral authority dominates today’s world in pursuit of pleasure. History instead of being a search for truth is only important to validate the patriarchal capitalist point of view and justify behaviour as in drawing borders and exercising authority.

Under a Western flexible morality, people say nice

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Why the British and Christians hated the Brahmin's

A legacy of imperial belief

(I am using the word “Brahmin” exactly as it is ment to be used: the class that represented the intelligentsia of Brahmic society: be it Hindu, Sikh, Jain or Buddhist.)

Something that intrigues me is that the bull and by inference cattle were revered in ancient times over greater India. Nandi carried Shiva, the curved horns symbolic of Vishnu also seen in the Egyptian priesthood with the cow worshiped as it nurtured the people. With the development of patriarchal capitalism, those west of India came to value power, wealth and pleasure, they despised the Hindus who were happy for no obvious reason. They made a sport of killing the bulls and despising Hindus turning their

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Patriarchy versus Matriarchy

Patriarchy represents the root of human failure. Matriarchy represents an eternal possibility

Please do not be misled into thinking of matriarchy in terms of modern feminism, this is more to do with women adopting a patriarchal attitude and going to war with men. The matriarch in all societies, insect, animal and human leads her species, community or society on a path of sustainability for long-term survival. In other words she wants to create a comfortable nest, ensure a future for future generations and pass on the wisdom required to ensure continuity.

Patriarchy on the other hand is more egotistical and selfish. Men want to compete, to be heroes and lord over things with very little concern for their survival unless

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Liberal Media Hype

To those blissfully ignorant of India

Sanatana Dharma (Hinduism) is flourishing in most countries yet modern India is stressed, more so because of its location, its aggressive neighbour and 20 to 30% Islamic population that is becoming increasingly militant and pushing to make India an Islamic state as per the Islamic agenda.

There are of course many political ideologies at play that are hyped up by irresponsible media organisations painting India and a negative light. These organisations are believers in the colonialist narrative of India, are divorced from actual knowledge and therefore their opinions erroneous and often biased.

Along with Islam, Christianity is fighting for its share of the take, because both of these religions are colonialist seeking more land,

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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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India Once Ruled the Americas

A snapshot of our suppressed history

The people of India have long known that their ancestors once sailed to and settled in the Americas. They called America Patala, The Under World, not because they believed it to be underground, but because the other side of the globe appeared to be straight down.

Researchers into our history came to the conclusion that the Americas were populated by settlers who crossed the Bering Strait land bridge during the last ice age and eventually populated North and South. There is some contentious evidence of other peoples crossing the Atlantic.

Within the vast archives of Hindu literature, there were seven suptarishies who some 10,000 years

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East vs West

Comparing a holistic against a superficial view

There is no doubt that the eastern world as philosophically and indeed spreadsheet different from the west. By the east a refer to the landmass that as today east of modern Iran previously known as Persia. Until the advent of Christianity and Islam, the civilised world was guided by Sanatana Dharma all the heart of Hindu (Indian) understanding.

If we take 6000 BC as a starting point of this discussion, Hindu civilisation was thriving and this is one of the proposed dates for the Mahabharata war. It is also a time when the Indus Valley civilisation was thriving with trade to Egypt, Greece and some

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