The word AMEN is one of civilisation’s grand deceptions

Amen is commonly used as a declaration of affirmation or agreement, a concluding word and a response to prayer as in the Hebrew אָמֵן, the Greek ἀμήν, Arabic آمِينَ, Amharic አሜን and in Christian English.

In modern use, amen is literally taken to mean; “The truth (subjective) has been spoken”. It can also be used to express strong agreement, as in, for instance, “certainly”, “to be sure” or “amen to that”. Other English translations of the word amen include “verily”, “truly”, and “so be it.”

Phonetically the A infers collusion and agreement to men as superior. The more drawn out use of AaaMenn (reflects a natural instinct for unity) ending hymns

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A Sanskrit Glossary

Commonly used Sanskrit words used in Yoga and Dharma studies

Sanskrit is thought to be the world’s first language from which all have evolved or been influenced by. The sounds are primal and focussed on describing a world view based on the intrinsic nature of matter, and an internal world view describing the nature of mankind.

These words are used in books about Yoga, Buddhism and Hinduism and they are often a challenge to understand.


Abhyasa: practice – the act of practising

Acharya: teacher

Adwaita a philosophy according to which there is no duality – only a singular state of consciousness

Agni: fire

Agnisar kriya: one of the shatkarmas (cleansing practices) -intestinal cleansing

Aham: ego

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Linguistic origins of Sanskrit

The worlds oldest language

Unfortunately the world in general does not have much idea of Origins or nature of Sanskrit. Sanskrit can never ever be dead. It is a natural language for higher beings and you can form thousand words for just one idea you want to communicate. So it is not a normal language in linguistic sense. This is the only language that has almost 100 words for all key concepts human beings can express. Sanskrit is not only a linguistic system, that is unique and has no comparison with any other living language but it is an original source of all acquired knowledge of terrestrial and non-terrestrial sources whose scope is dimensions not known to modern human senses.

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Indo-Aryan Languages

An 8000 year history

Indo Aryan languages are all derivatives of Mother language Sanskrit – the most complete human language of this planet. These include almost all languages of Afghanistan, Pakistan, Balochistan, Kurdi communities in Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey, Armenia, Azerbaijan and some areas of Caspian.*

Many languages that are in red like Prakrit, Gandhari, Vedda, Niya, Avestan, Scythian, Bactrian, Khotani, Khwarezmian, Saka, Sarmatian, Pamiri, Vanji, Old Persian, Mediani, Alanic, Sogdian, Parthian, Zaza Gorani are no longer in colloquial usage or rather extinct as they were originally known. Some of them may have corrupted into some colloquial usage among smaller communities that have been merged by force by Islamic influence that literally bulldozed hundreds of ancient communities and forced

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Politically Correct sayings

Modern insanity

Drunk = Spacially Perplexed Insane People = Comprehensibility Selective Insane People = Selectively Perceptive Bisexual = Sexually Non-preferential Bald = Folically Challenged Bald = Comb-Free Girl = Pre-Woman Fat = Calorifically Enhanced Alternatively, Fat = Horizontally Challenged Alternatively, Fat = Gravitationally Challenged Short = Vertically Challenged Airhead = Reality Impaired Sarah Brightman = Alternatively Talented Dead = Metabolically Challenged Poor = Economically Deficient Poor = Economically Unprepared Slum = Economic Oppression Zone Hunter = Animal Assassin Old People = Gerentologically Advanced Homeless = Optionally Residential Hooker = Sexual-Care Provider Hooker = Sex Surrogate Housewife = Domestic Technician Handicapped = Differently Abled Deaf = Visually Oriented Blind = Photonically Non-receptive Drug Addict = Chemically Challenged Ugly = Attractively Impaired

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Sanskrit or Saṃskṛta?

The Battle for Sanskrit and Saving Our Languages

Mainstream civilisation it is losing connection with its roots as people buy and large identify themselves as being their bodies and minds, and life has become all about body and mind as well as escaping the suffering that is experienced by bodies and minds.

The original creation came out of oneness and the physical world is plural. Therefore we tend to live as two-dimensional beings governed by crude logic and our need to survive. Because we have lost that connection with our roots we are so far adrift that even our means of survival are at risk.

Garland of Letters वर्णमाला

Saṃskṛta more commonly known as Sanskrit is the root

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Are you responsible?

A deviation in language

In modern English usage, the word responsible has come to mean ownership of a situation. In other words you are responsible for your actions which is stretching the original truth of the meaning of the word.

If we go back far enough, the original meeting is respond, in other words it is about responding to life.

Similarly the word responsibility is used likewise and has come to mean that one is in a position of trust or authority while the older meaning is simply that one has an ability to respond.

On the face of it, language is continually changing however the transition of the word responsibility from being able to respond to a position of

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Sexual innocence?

At the time of Christ the word virginity meant “a free and independent woman” and had nothing to do with sex. Wikipedia in general holds an American moral view meaning “anyone who has not had a sexual experience with another person be it gay or heterosexual.”

The older English version of the meaning equated to a state of being naive, innocent, or inexperienced in a particular context but before about two hundred A.D., virgin equated to courtesan, a woman of independent means.

The word virginity as it’s used in common English in most countries today is purely sexual pertaining to a form of ignorance that most kids are in a hurry to escape and adults who’ve

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Wife & Husband


The meaning of the words

W — wonderful I —- item F — for E — entertainment


H—- handsome U — useful S — smart B — but A — at N — night D — dangerous

F – frustrated I – impatient N – neurotic E – emotionally unstable


A couple are going out for a night on the town. They’re all dolled up, ready to go; the lights left on, the dog put out. But just as the taxi arrives and they step out of the house, the dog darts back inside and won’t come out. They don’t want to leave the dog inside, so the husband goes upstairs to find it, while the wife

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Tongue Twisters

Mastering language

1. If you understand, say “understand”. If you don’t understand, say “don’t understand”. But if you understand and say “don’t understand”. How do I understand that you understand? Understand!

2. For example, She sells sea shells on the sea shore. The shells that she sells are sea shells I’m sure.

3. I wish to wish the wish you wish to wish, but if you wish the wish the witch wishes, I won’t wish the wish you wish to wish.

4. Sounding by sound is a sound method of sounding sounds.

5. A sailor went to sea to see, what he could see. And all he could see was sea, sea, sea.

6. Purple Paper People, Purple Paper People,

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