Verse from the Veda to Learn About the Holy Path

An acknowledged Master by the name of Patanjali receives credit for writing the Yoga Sutras around 200 BC. He had written a book on grammar so he was obviously a Sanskrit Scholar, but was he the author of the Yoga Sutras? When the text receives a proper translation, as it has here, the philosophy set forth is neither Pashupati nor Shaivite. The name of Shiva does not appear in the text, so the question arises, and in answer, Patanjali did not compose the Sutras. Maybe he heard the text in a dream as did Muhammad of the Quran, or maybe someone gave the text to him. Who knows, but when correctly translated, the text is identical to the philosophy set forth in every ancient Holy Book of the world. The holiest texts of the world are composed in Sanskrit, Arabic, Hebrew, Aramaic, Avestan, Pali, and until now, were untranslatable. Oh, there are thousands of translations of the holy texts in English, French, German, Spanish, Hindi, and so on, and they are widely considered holy, but the translations are anything but.

Here is a verse from the Sutras, from the Veda, to learn about the Holy Path.

The Subtle One is a spirit to be absorbed into for a favorable fortune and to AH with compassion to be together with, fulfilling to measure out a place of rest to be mindful, and for those to send forth.

Verse from the Veda to Act On

"The Sermon on the Mount" A painting by Carl Heinrich Bloch, 1890

“The Sermon on the Mount”
A painting by Carl Heinrich Bloch, 1890

The First of the Ten Commandments of the Christian Religion says, “Do not Kill.” As a ruling, a decree, or an edict, it seems straightforward enough, but for followers, there is confusion. I wish that Pope Francis and all the Christian Ministers and Priests would clarify the issue, so that everyone in the world will know what the proclamation means.

If they are not clear on the subject, the Sacred Hebrew and Aramaic Texts of the Bible and the Sanskrit texts of the Rigveda make it clear that it is wrong to kill another human. The Holy Texts also say that it is wrong to kill animals, birds, mammals, reptiles, and so on, for food, and certainly not for sport. The rule is nonviolence, and it must be maintained whether someone has killed another, has violated some religious belief, or is deemed an enemy of the state.

The Holy Father in Heaven is extremely clear, and says that it is wrong to harm any creature living upon the same air you live upon. The Holy Father says to go towards others to help, to be of service. That is the Holy Path, and if you are interested in spending time with the Holiest in Heaven, you need to follow the Holy Way.

Here are wise words of the Veda to think about and act on.

To exert one’s self for others separates the good from the bad.

Lizard with Rocks on the Ground

Verse from the Veda for Living with Holy Being

Heaven and Earth Yantra

Some religious adherents believe that they will attain the heavenly state upon their death. Some believe that by simply believing in such in enough. Some believe that by sacrificing their life in support of a country or a religion will do it.

There are many beliefs, and they are beliefs, because such and such has not been proven, and that is a problem with the earthly religions of today. Luckily, the ancient teaching of the Hebrew and Aramaic texts of the Bible, the Arabic text of the Quran, the Sanskrit texts of the Upanishads, the Rigveda, and so on, has now been deciphered and the teaching is provable.

All beings live upon the same breath. The breath is the Supreme Spirit Pervading the Universe, and there is no doubt, the breath is God upon the earth. Brahma, the Supreme Absolute, has many names, but is the same.

Here is a verse from the Veda for living with the Holy Being.

The breath to call on and exhale is a magic formula for the Ruler to get into.

Lizard with Rocks on the Ground