Denying subtle return to the sublime
By Yogi Ashwini
18th November 2012 12:00 AM
Mahabharata describes the city of Krishna’s Dwarka and also the war between Shalwa and Krishna. It mentions the various weapons used which include thunderbolts hurled from flying machines in the sky and weapons, which seem to resemble nuclear warheads and machines that seem like flying saucers.
Till recently, modern day historians called Dwarka a myth; just as they labelled Ram Setu, the Mahabharata, the Saraswati River and the Aryans being from India as legends. One does not need much brains to understand that most of the historians were from the West or were western-educated, and were towing the line of Macaulay, who had proclaimed in 1836 in the House of Commons that Indians were economically and culturally very advanced. He saw no beggars on the streets and there was no dearth of wealth. He felt that it was impossible to rule such a culture and that the only way was to make Indians believe that their culture was inferior to that of the British and that their knowledge was primitive. Any proof of the supremacy of the East over the West would have hurt the agenda of the colonial rule.
The discovery of the city of Dwarka off the coast of Gujarat and its gigantic citadels and colossal foundations which the authorities say could not have been made by humans, point towards the existence of Krishna and that the city was built by Vishwakarma—a god. The discovery of the Saraswati by NASA confirms the existence of the so-called ‘mythical’ river; the same goes for myriad facts that were being disputed by western scientists and historians. Michael Cremo and David Childress in their books Forbidden Archeology and Technology of the Gods describe the wars and proofs of human civilisation existing at Dwarka about 32,000 years ago.
Sangam literature says that there was a land mass connecting India with Australia called Kumari Kandam where a sangam was held by saints 11,000 years back, and all the knowledge was collected and shared (Studies in Tamil Literature and History, Vol 5, by Ramachandra Dikshitar). Most of these saints were extra terrestrials and some were said to have been called from different dimensions (lokas). The ancients specified the difference between lokas, planets and galaxies. The former were levels in which beings of various kinds existed, while the latter two were only physical planes (David Childress in Technology of the Gods). In Vedic philosophy, gods and demons live in various lokas or plains of subtler or grosser existences and not physical places.
The Vedic scriptures say that the gods came from other dimensions and so did various other beings like gandharvas, yakshas, rakshas and more, and even some humans.
Modern scientists also agree now that the human race was brought here from some other dimensions and the gods watch over it. It is also interesting to see that this reality has been completely wiped off the minds of the majority of people. The modern man believes in no gods, only in the exploitation of the earth’s resources for his personal gain at the cost of nearly destroying the environment and nature—the very environment that he has to live in; one he falsely believes that he will not return to after his death. The Vedas gave a code of conduct to humans and also ways to communicate with gods (havans and mantras). NASA Researcher Rick Briggs asserted in AI Magazine in 1985—‘Among the accomplishments of the grammarians can be reckoned a method for paraphrasing Sanskrit in a manner that is identical not only in essence but in form with current work in Artificial Intelligence… much work in AI has been reinventing a wheel millennia old’. The gods also informed those who had lived to the fullest in this dimension and desired to go back home of the way back—a route that was revealed to the guru. Interestingly they also clearly warned that man—who inhabits this time period—would destroy everything, including himself because of his selfish and atheistic nature. There would be very few who would be able to see the reality and try and save mankind. Rishi Markandey clearly describes the events of Kaliyug in the Van Parva of Mahabharat.
Slowly as modern science is discovering the authenticity of the words of the Vedic Masters, they are discovering scientific facts that were documented thousands of years ago and are now coming to the conclusion that what the Vedas spoke was the reality and not just a myth.
The only thing left to be discovered would be the route to go back to our original home and of communication with the gods. As detailed in Sanatan Kriya, this is the subject of the guru-shishya relationship and hence cannot be discussed here. This would forever elude modern day man, as he would desperately try to create the instruments to achieve the given object; but as his ego will look for proof of the authenticity of the Vedic texts; proof that his instruments can validate—it would not permit him to take a guru. Hence, all his rediscoveries would go to waste and he will rediscover the physical but the essence of that which is beyond the physical would elude him—the reason for mahapralay or Doomsday.
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Yogi Ashwini is the spiritual head of Dhyan Ashram.
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