Verse of the Month

I know now for certain that we have not been born on this distant planet in the outer fringes of a galaxy in the vastness of space by happenstance. It has been by design and the Creator and Preserver of the universe is here to help us every moment of our lives. Breath by breath God is here for us, for the strength to do just about whatever, and all of the ancient spiritual texts are the guidebooks for living with purpose. I am certain of that and there are voluminous amounts of texts scattered about the earth in many languages. How wonderful is that?

When I speak of the ancient spiritual texts I include every text of the genre composed more than two thousand years ago, but the list can be expanded. The list includes hieroglyphics and the written character, the root texts of all the major religions and minor ones, the timeless songs and sayings of indigenous people all over the world, the many mantras joyfully chanted in Sanskrit, or Arabic, or Hebrew, and many other languages are included. The translations of the sayings and texts other than those of the Rgvedaschool are not included and it is certain that the commentaries and speculations based upon the poor translations of the texts are not, and the list can be expanded.

The human race has just begun to emerge from the Kaliyuga, the Dark Age of the world. The Kaliyuga began about two-thousand seven hundred years ago and the Rgveda was written down by Shrila Vyasadeva before to preserve it through, and lo and behold, it was successful. The Rgvedaschool recently figured out how to translate the text and consequentially the way to translate a plethora of spiritual texts in many languages using the same Sanskrit Dictionary of Sir M. Monier-Williams. Quite amazing I think but Sanskrit is the root of a great many languages upon the earth, including the European Languages and English. The great discovery of this is that all the texts present the same message. Through an accurate translation of the texts the Composer is made known and is the one and only God and the message is to treat everyone as brothers and sisters. Yes, we all share the same air to be together and these texts share the guidance for attaining a state of happiness on the earth, for the purpose of benefiting the world community.

In this verse from the Rgveda the one and only God mentions the sacred teaching associated with the Magians to Rishi Kanva Ghaura, the founder of the Vedic School. The Magi are mentioned in the Quran and the Bible and they were of a lineage, just as the Angiras of the Rgveda. These lineages would have flourished during the Golden Age of the world, about nine thousand years ago, but disappeared before the Kaliyuga, which is why it is called the Dark Age. The lineage of Angiras and the Path to Buddhahood disappeared when Buddha Shakyamuni went beyond to be with Brahma, the Divine Absolute.

Fulfilling for now the Absolute is present with a wind for those to raise a mystical verse from the Rgveda of the Magians, and in this manner to be skilled in praising the day.

To strive for to know to be powerful with speed to call on extraordinary power and wisdom and a fix in the earth to break to pieces, and attached to a measure of Divine AH is Brahma to enjoy to cast a shine for the love of giving.

The text referred to is most likely the Avesta and here is a short verse from it.

The air to love calling on and to bind to for meditation to point out the cause to come clean, air is the vehicle and to be quick as a Buddha abandoning to come to be pure.

Usually, if an author quotes a verse from a book in another book, the book quoted from is previous, so if the Avesta is the Rgveda of the Magians then it must be previous, but in this case the Eternal One is the author and in the Eternal Present there is no before or after.

 

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