Verse from the Veda Where God Talks About the Words Spoken by God

Tower of Babel - by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

Tower of Babel – by Lucas van Valckenborch, 1594,

I am constantly engaged in editing the five books of the Rgvedaschool. I am currently enjoying the fifth. This book contains a very wide assortment of hymns, verses, and wise sayings from around the world. It contains a translation of the Mahālakshmī Stotram from the Padma Purana, which is said to have been composed as early as 5000 BC. It is a very old text of the Oral Tradition, and it is accompanied by a selection of wise sayings of the Native American People, the Aboriginal People of Australia, the Maori of New Zealand, the Kara and Niha People of Tanzania, and the Lingala from the Democratic Republic of Congo. You will also discover portions of Voodoo songs, verses from the Bible, the Quran, the Avesta, and even a partial translation of an ancient Egyptian scroll and hieroglyphics from the Mayan Temple of Inscriptions.

This is a very wide selection of verses, and they are written in numerous different languages. The book contains verses held sacred to all of the major religions upon the earth today, and some from ancient times, but there is a commonality to all of it. The goal of the verses is to become a Messiah, a Buddha, a King, and a Shining One, are a few titles, but they are the same with the same message. Yes, every one of the texts and verses in the book promote the identical message of caring for others as a loving parent.

The teaching is of the Oral Tradition and in that way it is mastered and preserved. Every verse in the book was spoken by the Creator of the Universe in ancient times and eventually preserved via pictures or the written character that we can read. I think it is quite significant that no matter what form it has taken, when translated correctly; all of the teaching presents a consistent body of knowledge.

As a child, I heard the story of the Tower of Babel, and how the diversification of one language into many supposedly prevents people from working together. We can look around and see that that is not true, but what is true is that to build a tower, no matter how high, will not reach God. What separates us from God is the lack of ability to translate the ancient verses. Currently in the hands of religious people of all faiths are translations of the ancient texts, but the translations leave much to the imagination. Because the translations are incomplete, adherents are being short-changed. They are receiving incomplete information, yes, the poor translations lead to misunderstanding. Please read the page on this site about this extremely important matter.

Until now, the verses were, for the most part, undecipherable. Many translations of the ancient texts exist, but none advances the true teaching of the Creator and Sustainer of the Universe. It is only within the last couple of years that the Rgvedaschool cracked the code. Since then much has been discovered, but much is yet to be found.

The ancient verses of the Creator are of the Oral Tradition. The very verses spoken by God have been compiled into the Holy Books that form the basis of all the world’s religions. The books are written in Sanskrit, Arabic, Aramaic, Hebrew, and many other ancient languages, and up until recently, they have not been translated very accurately. It is a mammoth issue, because the inaccuracies have crept into the religions of the earth.

Here is a verse from the Veda to enjoy the day with Brahma.

To understand the human race,

Arise from by mastering the words spoken by God,

And being pure and shining with the light,

For approaching anyone with the Sacred Thoughts.

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Verse from the Veda about Stopping the Violence

The Endless Knot

The Endless Knot

There is way too much killing, and suffering, and anger in the world. I know the School’s last post promoted not killing as the way to live in agreement with the Holy Wisdom of the Holy Spirit, and further, it stated, “there are no conditions under which hurting and killing another is justified.”

It is the hope of the Rgvedaschool that people will stop hurting and killing one another, and begin taking steps towards helping another, yes, treating others with kindness. It is one thing for people who do not know any better to kill, but there is way too much killing being done in the name of religion, and this is a very good time for those of the faith to begin living in accordance with the religion they claim allegiance.

At base, all of the dominate religions of the world today, such as Islam, Christianity, Buddhism, Hinduism, and Judaism share the tenant of not killing and kindness towards others. So if you claim to be an adherent, a believer in any of the religions, and you kill another, then you are definitely not following the faith. Killing is the most abhorrent of actions, and there are consequences, most likely equally abhorrent, since God is about equality. To be clear, the Holy Doctrine states “Do not kill.”

In the Holy Doctrine, you do not find a lot of rules and regulations and such, it basically says to treat others kindly. It does not matter what age, gender, skin tone, religious preference or none preference, sexual preference, whatever. That is basically it, well it goes a little further by saying do not hurt or kill any breathing creature. The teaching says every breathing creature is to be treated with kindness, as if family. We are, after all, one big family, every one living upon the same breath of the Eternal One.

Here is a verse from the Holy Text of the Creator about stopping for a wicked person.

To be singing beautifully,

And for a wicked person,

Stopping is a most excellent gift.

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Verse from the Veda about Not Harming Others

The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible

The Gutenberg Bible, the first printed Bible

When I look around the world, I notice far too much killing. There is killing being done by terrible people to satisfy some depraved desire, and killing being done by people claiming to be religious. There is killing being done by all kinds of people. Even the Pope of the Catholic Church has come out in favor of killing. Pope Francis recently said that military force was justified to halt the advance of ISIL (the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant).

The Sacred Teaching of our Father in Heaven is very clear and says do not harm any living breathing creature. The message of nonviolence is contained in the original texts of the Old and New Testaments of the Holy Bible, contained in the Holy Quran, and in the ancient Sanskrit Texts holy to Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, and so on. The same Divine Ordinance is at the root of all the major earthly religions, and if you deem to be an adherent, the teaching is not killing, and further, do not hurt any creature living upon the breath, and there are no conditions under which hurting or killing another is justified. The First Commandment in Christianity is, “Do not kill.”

Around this time of the year, people enjoy making New Year’s Resolutions, or promises, to do or not do such and such for the coming year, or ever again. A very important pledge a person aspiring to be religious, or spiritual, can make is to commit to not kill another person. There is no justification for killing in the Holy Scripture of the Bible, the Quran, or the Bhagavad-Gita; in fact, the texts promote kindness toward all. Therefore, a further commitment would be not hurting, killing, or eating the flesh of any breathing creature of the land, water, or the air.

If you have the aspiration to follow the Sacred Teaching of the Maker and enjoy Heavenly Bliss, you will need to hold to that. To go beyond to be with the Supreme Absolute you will need the breath, and the Karma, or action, of taking it away from another creature, diminishes the breath necessary for the journey. The Maker says it best, so here are a few words to take to heart.

Here is a verse from the Veda, Words of Brahma, for all the people of the earth.

To destroy a wind and to go across to be a little without, and to call on the wind to go towards a little, both are the result of that, and connected with for a mover is death to devour.

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Verse from the Veda About the Twofold Force of God

Op Art 4-Sided Spiral Tunnel

Op Art 4-Sided Spiral Tunnel

The wind leading home is twofold and likes to help when the darkness of imperfect thoughts obstructs by transforming into light.

When a person knowingly praises in the world of mortals and another purposely harms, the twofold force of God cares for the worshipper and reminds the other of suffering.

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Verse from the Veda About Overcoming Mortality

The Guardian Angel by Bernhard Plockhorst

The Guardian Angel by Bernhard Plockhorst

To be born mortal,

But to become divine to like to cherish those as the precious,

To be established as a Messenger by choice,

And to choose to eliminate the ego for the Sacred Knowledge and the breath to be worthy to carry the light of Brahma.

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Verse from the Veda for One to be with the One Who Created it All

The Sacred Syllable AH, the First Syllable of the Sanskrit Alphabet

The Sacred Syllable AH, the First Syllable of the Sanskrit Alphabet

This is a secret to know for One’s own nature brings forth Mother and Father, heaven is the origin but the wisdom to issue from the navel has spread into a great many rivers upon the earth.

With the inherent wind to see above the waving waters as the brightness increases and rises from the lap to spread around, to shake with heaven on earth to be born from and to return to be a King to reverence.

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Verse from the Veda for Enjoying the Day in Paradise

"The Garden of Eden" by Lucas Cranach der Ältere, a 16th-century German depiction of Eden.

“The Garden of Eden” by Lucas Cranach der Ältere, a 16th-century German depiction of Eden.

Grandfather refers to a person as a mortal, a mover, a coverer, a reflection, an appearance, or a descendant. A coverer is the defender of a cover, a body, and for those with a body the breath is a certainty. Brahma promises to bring the breath to every living being without exception and by maintaining to and from people have the freedom to do just about whatever in this vast playground, albeit with consequences. The breath comes to saint and sinner alike and to accommodate everyone, the earth can be likened to the Garden of Eden, Hell, or whatever, the difference being a result of how the breath is utilized. The amount of time spent in selfless giving to others makes all the difference in the world.

This world with all of its diversity is meant to be enjoyed, unfortunately, being mortal brings suffering. Our future situation is dependent upon our actions now, just as our current situation is a result of past actions. The verses say we will be here upon the earth, repeatedly, life after life, if we do not follow the Holy Teaching. To follow the teaching of the Rigveda, the Sacred Text of the Sacred Knowledge, to become awakened for being a guide to heaven for others so that all can experience the highest state. A Buddha, a Magian, a Messiah, or an Aditya are titles for those who have gone beyond to be with the Eternal Spirit Pervading the Universe, but return to live as an example of the doctrine. In short, the Enlightened One has abandoned the mortal condition to live for a mortal. A mortal attains the Heavenly State through service to heaven, and service to heaven is serving upon the earth for the benefit of all beings.

Here is a verse from the Veda for enjoying the day in paradise.

The Lord and Master wander in the early morning in paradise bestowing the knowledge and water with the light, to be powerful to make fast for fulfillment for the anxious to come after the precious to have in one’s power, to wander to for this measure of That to grow in the heart for those.

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Verse from the Veda for the Day and Night

Brahma on Hamsa

Brahma on Hamsa

Brahma is the Creator and Sustainer of the universe and is known by many names, the Divine Absolute, Grandfather, One, Namely, the Universal, the Eternal Spirit pervading the universe, the Unborn, and so on. To create the universe Brahma separates into male and female, Father and Mother, Vishnu and Lakshmi, heaven and earth, day and night, inhalation and exhalation, and we are the descendants. Brahma is One and splits into two while remaining the same, and just as, there are three winds, breaths, for living, to and from to live with and to be devoted to arise in. We are all connected upon the earth, and the teaching is for all of us to live as one big happy family. Heaven and earth are outside of us for a place to exist and inside of us for rising to heaven. Brahma separates out of love for all beings, separates for comparison, for conceptions, and without that, there is no thought but one.

The picture accompanying this post is called Brahma on Hamsa. In the literature, you will find that Hamsa is the name of a bird, a swan, and some writers equate Hamsa with Hamso, which is the name of a mantra for meditation. Hamso is referred to as the Mantra of Breath, but it is different than the Mantra of Breath in the Vedas. In the Veda, the Sacred Knowledge, a person listens to the sound of the breath for meditation, and does not chant the syllables SO and HAM on exhalation. A person breathes and listens, breathing produces a sound, and for the purpose of meditation, a person listens to the inhalation of the breath through the nose and exhalation from the mouth.

Neither Hamsa nor Hamso is in the Sanskrit-English Dictionary. Haṉsá is in the dictionary and means a swan, a goose, the soul or spirit, the Supreme Spirit, one of the vital airs, a kind of measure, or a kind of mantra. The Sanskrit “ṉ” is similar to “ṃ” in having the sound of “n” in bon.

Some writers equate Hamso with Soham and in the dictionary, you will find So ‘ham, and it means I myself. Kind of interesting, but more interesting to me was finding a picture depicting Brahma, the Eternal Spirit, riding Haṉsá, the Supreme Spirit, and finding that the word also refers to a kind of measure or mantra. Brahma comes and goes with respiration, the Mantra of Breath, and will come to you as long as you have the strength to return the breath to Brahma.

Here is a verse from the Sacred Text about a number for comparison.

The two must be equal to be powerful to dwell in the same place and unite in the same ceremony worshipping night and day together, and for the sake of mortal couples, the Ancient One reproduces and is born young so there is great uniformity forever.

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Verse from the Veda for the Day of Acquiescence

The Sacred Syllable AH, the First Syllable of the Sanskrit Alphabet

The Sacred Syllable AH, the First Syllable of the Sanskrit Alphabet

It is very odd that the most Sacred Syllable of Buddhism and Hinduism came to replace the most Sacred Syllable of Heavenly Father. It is odd, and problematic, because when OM replaced AH, enlightenment, liberation, became impossible.

If you question that, look at the facts. Even by Buddhists own reckoning, the last time a person became an awakened Buddha, a Messiah, was at least two thousand five hundred years ago. Since then, not one person has reached the gates of heaven because the knowledge to do so disappeared. It disappeared when OM replaced the Sacred Syllable of AH, the first letter and syllable of the Sanskrit alphabet.

The first letter of the alphabet is similar to many others around the world in beginning with “A” or “a”. The letters, syllables, and words of the Sanskrit language all  have meanings, and “a” can mean “ah”, or is added before words to give it a negative sense or as a comparison, and is the first of the three sounds of the Sacred Syllable OM.

The three sounds of the Sacred Syllable OM are “a, au, um,” and can be printed as ĀŪM. The second sound is the syllable of “au” and it has the sound of “ow” in “cow.” According to Sir Monier-Williams’ Sanskrit-English Dictionary, au is a sound, a calling, or is the Sacred Syllable of the Ṡūdṛas. The Ṡūdṛas were of the lowest of the four classes in the Hindu Caste System, whose only mission was to serve the other three. The four classes are Brahmins, Kshatriyas, Vaishyas, and Ṡūdṛas. Remember, the Teaching of the Holiest is service to others upon the earth.

The syllable of “um” is an interjection of compassion, a particle implying assent, consent, acquiescence, or agreement. With that in mind, here is a definition of the three sounds of the Sacred Syllable of ĀŪM, “The first sound of the Sacred Syllable OM is the Sacred Syllable of the Ṡūdṛas, a particle implying acquiescence.” Therefore, the Sacred Syllable for purposes of chanting or meditation is not OM, but AH. Yes, AH!

Here are the words of God for the day of acquiescence.

To penetrate with the breath and to submit one’s self to is how to obtain a fasten to AH, to assist the offer of AH is beloved AH and to shake down from a tree the cause to fall off is AH.

 

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