Verse from the Veda for Devotion to the Doctrine

The Sacred Teaching of heaven disappeared as a recognized religion on the earth long ago but going towards the homeless and disadvantaged to help and care for is recognized as the Holy Way. Such is the teaching, and today, those who engage in selfless giving to others are living examples of the oldest philosophy upon the earth. Volunteering in food shelves, clothing distribution centers, homeless shelters, or anything anywhere that helps people and creatures in need is virtuous and the virtuous are rewarded by extra blessings. I think I read that it is double, or maybe, ten times the blessings, but either way it is worth it. If you want to see the teaching of heaven in action, avoid the lavish halls of worship and hit the streets, and there, illustrate the Holy Path of caring for others.

The best way to illustrate the path is to master the path and become enlightened and glow with light. The enlightened of the world attain a variety of names such as Rishi, Buddha, Angira, Aditya, Serpent King, Magi, Messiah, Shining One, and so on. Their teaching was, is, and will be the Philosophical System of AH. It is the same philosophy taught by the Supreme Spirit throughout the universe, and the same philosophy advanced by the Rgvedaschool on the earth today.

In ancient times, when this philosophy was understood and mastered countless Shining Ones walked the earth in service to humanity on any given day. The enlightened Buddhas, Magis, and Serpent Kings are called Shining Ones because shining with a body of light is a unique feature of them. Some people claim the Shining Ones come from the sky, and in a sense they do. They have abandoned the earthly condition for the heavenly state to help those of the earthly state succeed.

There are outer and inner practices to master to shine with light, not just a glow about the head as depicted in religious paintings, but a body of light. You need to perfect inhalation, exhalation, and holding your breath. The moral teaching is compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry, and because of that, a vegetarian diet is a must. Do not harm or kill, rather enjoy the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if a creature has two feet, four feet, or no feet and speaks in a language unintelligible to you, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine of the Divine Absolute for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.

The invisible protector of the universe comes down and back traveling the path, yet the knowledge of the good path directed with one aim has spread in many directions.

To be devoted to the doctrine, compassion is like behaving properly towards a lover with an inner part produced in meditative absorption.

Rgvedaschool Winter Ground

God of Heaven, and Lakshmi, Goddess of Earth

Verse from the Veda to become a Child of the Sun

The earthly religions are constantly changing their practices. Christianity, for instance, the most popular religion worldwide, has split into 200 denominations in the United States, and over 40,000 denominations worldwide. Islam, the second most popular religion on the earth, is also constantly changing. They say there are 73 Islamic schools with different understandings of the religion, and even within the different schools, there are differences. Some sects regard other sects as not being true Muslims, and on and on it goes.

Heaven is different from the earth in that it does not change, so when the path to heaven is constantly changing as in these religions, one has to question their validity. Different from those is the heavenly religion promoted by the Rgvedaschool, and the heavenly religion to be different better person on the earth never changes. It is exactly the same now as when the first humans walked the earth two million years ago, and it will be the same millions of years from now. For a traveler to distant worlds, different galaxies, and throughout the universe, the path to heavenly bliss is the same for a traveler to be at home.

Follow the Golden Rule of the Golden Age of compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry, and you will be on the path. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. Treat all kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.

To become a child of the sun with heightened awareness and ascend in a three-wheeled vehicle to heaven, the three times go to be present with one with three times the happiness.

Rgvedaschool Winter Ground

Verse from the Veda for the Love of Giving

Tomorrow is a holiday in the United States called Thanksgiving. On this holiday or any day, the best way to give thanks to the highest for your life is to be giving, irrespective of race, religion, sex, sexual preference, whatever. In the United States an estimated 46 million turkeys will be killed this year for families to celebrate Thanksgiving together. Holy people will not indulge in eating meat since killing is the most heinous of deeds. They will enjoy a vegetarian diet in thanks to God and the Goddess for their life and pray for the great family of all living breathing creatures to live harmoniously together. Such is the religious teaching of the Creator of the universe, and to follow is the only way to be together in heavenly bliss.

If you kill or harm a creature that grasps for the breath and cries, are angry all the time, or ignorant of the knowledge, you will become exhausted and die. For protection, rise to the sound of service, and use effort filling for the inhalation causes the love of giving.

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Love all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry is the Holy Teaching for heaven upon the earth.

Verse from the Veda about Worldly Occupation

Living a happy life in the United States is becoming difficult. The democratic system is under attack by the Nazi Party in the guise of the Republican Party. In this upcoming election, the Nazis openly say they are coming to take your rights away. They have already started by telling teachers what they can teach, banning and burning books that talk about freedom, removing rights of people of color and those of the LGBTQ community. They have already taken away the right of a women to make a choice about their pregnancy in many states and they will ban abortions nationwide should they be elected.

The Republican Party is extremely dangerous to the county. They are a very angry and violent bunch, their violent rhetoric stokes hatred, racial division, and political violence. Since most who associate with this violent group consider themselves Christian, we should look upon them in an analogous manner to the Taliban in Afghanistan. And really, do you want terrorists like that to control the country and your way of living? You might think that after the horrific hammer attack on the 82-year-old husband of Nancy Pelosi, there would be some concern, but no, they mock the attack and laugh at it. Yes, they are a dangerous ungodly bunch. Vote for them, the Nazis, and they will attack you and your way of life.

Voting is currently in progress as to who will control the country. The only political system where people have rights and the opportunity to be free to express themselves is Democracy. This year the election is black and white. Vote for repression or vote for freedom. If you choose freedom vote for democratic candidates. They are the party of compassion and kindness, and they will look out for your welfare.

The democratic system follows the Holy Doctrine of Heaven in giving people the opportunity to be happy and do what they want. Where they differ is that the Holy Doctrine says kindness for all creatures that grasp for the breath. If you are a Christian, a Republican, a Nazi, or a Taliban, the only way you can spend time with the Holy Father is to follow the doctrine. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if a creature has two feet, four feet, or no feet and speaks in a language unintelligible to you, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra from your Maker to consider.

Worldly occupation is an action to lament and to protect from is the sound of AH. The disposition of mind is to be different and to serve to go on the earth for the strength of spirit for people for the act of seeking the Lord.

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The Last Judgement – by Jean Cousin the Younger (c. late 16th century). The Louvre, France.

Verse from the Veda to Care for All

The Veda, the Sacred Knowledge, is the original teaching of heaven for the inhabitants of the earth to live happy together, and it is the same throughout the universe because the teacher is the Creator of the universe. When the teaching was discovered by humans upon the earth is speculative, but the Rgvedaschool puts it in rising Tretayuga, about 18,000 BCE. It would make sense because following the knowledge would usher in the Golden Age, the most peaceful and spiritual time on the earth.

The Rigveda says that Atharvan is the father of the human race and the one who discovered the path. Atharvan is said to be the writer of the Atharvaveda, a collection of spells with many suktas, hymns, for healing, eventually becoming a system of healing called Ayurvedic medicine. It is still widely practiced with many similarities to traditional Chinese medicine.

The Sacred Text says to offer full body prostrations before dawn as Atharvan is virtuous. The father of humanity often gave praise to the sun and when that faded, he found the Goddess leads to the Lord. He came to know the power and speed of heaven and the way to fill and hold for the flash of light, he became bright and knowing as the light spread from the vessel with a body of knowledge to praise.

Atharvan is the father of Dadhya, who was given the head of the horse of teach of sweetness. And to be just as Dadhya today to be the head of the horse and spread wide to hold to spread light, and true to a promise to reveal the sweetness of soma with the secret of heaven to bind to the Lord and continue in the condition.

Atharvan and Dadhya are ancient ancestors of the Rishis associated with the Rigveda. In old age, the Rishis became Buddhas. A Buddha is the highest state a human can attain, a state of oneness, enlightenment, and with a body of light is free of suffering. The teaching is of the Oral Tradition, Shruti, transmitted orally by the Brahmans from generation to generation until the ascension of Buddha Shakyamuni around 1000 BCE. There are people alive today that can recite the whole of the Rigveda but not know the teaching. But know this; knowing the way is just the beginning, a person needs to master the Holy Path, the meditations, and the doctrine of kindness towards all.

The Golden Rule of the Golden Age is compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if a creature has two feet, four feet, or no feet and speaks in a language unintelligible to you, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.

Atharvan discovered the path is Sacred Actions and the first is sacrifice, and now as then, the righteous cherish the radiance of the dawn as the Goddess directs the light upward, and to rise in oneself become a sage and immortal, and just as then, pray for the liberation of all and care for all.

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Dante and Beatrice gaze upon the Highest Heavens; from Gustave Doré’s illustrations to the Divine Comedy.

Verse from the Veda for the Truth to be Clear

In the last post, I questioned the divinity of Jesus, and the validity of the Christian religion. Because Christianity is the most popular religion in the world with over two billion followers, questioning its validity is questionable, but questioning is valid. Likely, the religion began as a solar cult with its twelve disciples, the twelve months of the year, and its major Holy Days coinciding with Winter Solstice and Spring Equinox. I am a follower of the sun, so I get that part of Christianity, but not the addition of Jesus. The Hebrew name for Jesus is Yeshua, short for Yehoshua, and translated as Joshua. The word Yeshua in Hebrew means to deliver, rescue, or save, so it is easy to see how the word transformed into attributes of the person.

One reason Yeshua was not divine is because he would have been born in the middle of the Kaliyuga, the Age of Darkness, where no mortal becomes immortal, enlightened, divine upon the earth. The Veda, the Sacred Knowledge of enlightenment disappeared from the earth a thousand years earlier, and no person has become divine since. And certainly, no person is born divine of a virgin; all are born of the union of male and female. It takes effort to become divine, and such is the knowledge not found in Christianity. The religion claims Yeshua to be the Son of God, but really, all people are the child of God and the Goddess. Yeshua was mortal and never revealed the path of heaven. Even in the Sermon of the Mount, the moral teaching of kindness to all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry does not appear.

Yeshua was a popular name a couple of thousand years ago around Jerusalem, and likely, one was found guilty of blasphemy and sedition and crucified on a cross, a popular form of punishment in the Roman-occupied territory. The Roman-Jewish historian Josephus wrote of mass crucifixions during the first century CE. During Yeshua’s final hours on the cross he cried, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani,” which means “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” Since Yeshua did not know that God does not forsake anyone, he was not divine. It is not something one forgets because it is incumbent on attaining the heavenly state. Since Yeshua did not attain the heavenly state, the body died, and the spirit reincarnated as a new creature on the earth, just as all of us since the Dark Age began three thousand years ago.

A person who died years ago cannot raise a person to heaven that dies today. No person can raise another to heaven, only the person has the power through intense devotion. Provable is the body you claim for yourself is going to age and die, and the Rigveda says to master the teaching and experience youthful vigor and heaven upon the earth. I cannot prove the doctrine, although the day someone does, we will know with certainty. That is the teaching and the way to eternal happiness, or after death the spirit will reincarnate on the earth, and the cycle will continue until a mortal masters the way to become immortal.

You can follow any of the paths on the earth, even Christianity, but to become a Divine Being, you must master the meditations and follow the Holy Doctrine of kindness towards all. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if a creature has two feet, four feet, or no feet and speaks in a language unintelligible to you, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.

For the mantra of the breath to have the desired effect on people, an even flow with the Lord of the mountain is top, and to exert oneself with that and become a master, the truth becomes clear.

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Brahma separated into Vishnu, God of Heaven, and Lakshmi, Goddess of Earth

Verse from the Veda to Serve with the Love of Brahma

I typed “What is the most truthful religion” on a search engine, and one response said that Christianity is the most truthful. Another response said that Islam is the most truthful and only religion, and another said Judaism. It is believed that the 19 major world religious groupings can be subdivided into about 10,000 distinct religions, and likely, everyone believes they are followers of the true religion. 

Since Christianity has the highest population of adherents, one could assume they believe the religion to be the most truthful. In 2007, Gallup reported the results of a national poll on the truth of the Bible. It found that 31% believed, “The Bible is the actual word of God, and is to be taken literally, word for word.” 47% believed, “The Bible is the inspired word of God, but not everything in it should be taken literally.” 

Within the last year, I read the beginning verses of Genesis in the Bible. I read as far as the third verse of the third chapter before quitting in disgust. I found the first three words to be truthful. “In the beginning,” is fine, but everything after is a lie. Old Testament, New Testament, it does not matter, there are no great truths to be found. In fact, the Bible promotes the Big, Big Lie of Jesus, or Joshua, being born divine of a virgin. No one is born divine. People are born of a father and mother, and the truth is it takes effort to become divine. If one knows the Rigveda, the oldest spiritual text in existence, one knows the truth. One can see the truth. Look at all the creatures of the land, air, and water around the world, there is a commonality in being born of a father and mother.  

Even in the whole of the Bible, the Holy Teaching of compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry cannot be found. Jesus never taught the Holy Way. In his final hours on the cross he is said to have cried out, “Eli, Eli, lema sabachthani,” which means “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” 

If Jesus knew God as I do, he would have known that God does not forsake anyone. It is not something a Divine Being forgets because it is incumbent on becoming divine. You can follow any of the many religions on the earth, even Christianity, but to become a Divine Being, you must follow the Holy Doctrine of kindness towards all. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if they have two feet, four feet, or no feet and speak in a language you do not understand, treat them kindly so all can enjoy a life of happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider. 

Abandoning the ego with sacrifice and compassion for others is highly spoken of, and being as powerful as the King to serve with the love of Brahma, to be in the house with love and the power of heaven for that, the relationship is binding and AH to offer.

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Peace!

Verse from the Veda to Care for the Living

A very sad day in America as the Supreme Court of the land ruled against the Holy Teaching of the Supreme Being. A very sad day when girls and young women will be forced to carry a fetus harming their life. Maybe the result of rape, or incest, or a medical reason, it really does not matter. Maybe the ensuing mother does not have the means to care for a child, maybe she is not ready, or maybe she does not want the child. It is a horrible situation, and without going into detail, the court’s ruling is going to harm people, even kill girls and young women, and cause harm to the child. Yes, a sad day in America when the status of women as free and equal partners is taken away.

The ruling has been criticized by people around the world, but closer to home, Canada’s Prime Minister Justin Trudeau called the decision “horrific” news for women and that no “government, politician, or man should tell a woman what she can and cannot do with her body… we will always stand up for your right to choose.”

The United States President Joe Biden said the Supreme Court’s decision marks “a sad day for the court and for the country… the health and life of women in this nation is now at risk.”

The World Health Organization reaffirmed its position saying, “safe abortion care is essential to protect the health of women & girls everywhere… Removing access to abortion care will put more women & girls at risk of illegal abortions and the consequent safety issues that would bring.”

On the flip side the Vatican praised the ungodly ruling. The Catholic Church’s opposition to abortion comes from the idea that human life begins at conception, and as such, the life must be protected from the moment of conception. They claim abortions are a sin against God and one should “obey God rather than men” (Acts 5:29), but they are confused. They do not know what God thinks, because if they did, they would find that the life of the mother is paramount.

Similar to the Holy Doctrine, Jewish law says that life begins at birth, not at conception. “A woman is not just entitled to have an abortion [in Judaism], she is required to have an abortion to protect her mental wellbeing, to protect her health, to protect her safety” said Rabbi Barry Silver. This law would prohibit Jewish women from practicing Jewish law.

The Holy Doctrine is compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry, and such happens at the birth of the child. If the Catholic Church and other Christian denominations want to support a false doctrine is fine, but pushing their ungodly ways on others is the sin. I recommend quitting the religion and becoming a peaceful caring person to the living. Consume a vegetarian diet and enjoy watching and listening to the creatures of the land, water, and air, and if one is suffering, care for them. It does not matter if they have two feet, four feet, or no feet and speak in a language you do not understand, treat them kindly so all can enjoy life and happiness upon the earth. Such is the Holy Doctrine for the whole of the universe and here is a mantra to consider.

To become blameless and divine, God and Goddess sit in the lap and sow good things to all. Supreme Being is auspicious to watch over the universe and a sage is similar to care for the earth.

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Brahma separated into Vishnu, God of Heaven, and Lakshmi, Goddess of Earth

Verse from the Veda on Virtuous Actions

Popular among a certain group of people are banners, t-shirts, and other items with the words “God, Guns, Trump” printed on them, but it leads people astray. It leads people astray because the last two words do not lead to the first.

God supports all breathing creatures, supports the birds of the air and the animals of land and water. God supports the beef cattle, pigs, chickens, and all the other lovely creatures people like to eat. God supports you, me, and even people as ungodly as Trump. God supports all creatures on livable planets throughout the universe, but important to understand, the amount of support is dependent upon the person.

Anyway, to connect Trump with God is misleading. If you consider the Holy Teaching then Trump is anti.

The Holy Way is compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry, and since guns have a single purpose of killing, you cannot associate guns with God. Holy people are not gun owners. Holy people speak against the killing of people and animals and the eating of flesh. They are peaceful and caring and if they see a creature suffering, they care for them. Holy people are not racist or sexist and treat all kindly, no matter what.

To enjoy the heavenly state takes virtue, and one gains virtue by engaging in virtuous activities such as caring for people and creatures. Such is the doctrine of peace for the whole of the universe, and here is a mantra to consider.

To become beautiful in light, ten virtues are set to abide with and to and from conform to five; virtuous activities purify the body and mind and bring about happiness in yourself and others. A guide to others on the earth in no way worships where a creature that grasps for the breath and cries is sacrificed, to a ray of light the hide is the same and to be present with the Lord the light decorates the victorious.

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Imagine Peace

Verse from the Veda on the Golden Rule

The Golden Rule is known around the world as treat others as you want to be treated, or something similar, and is the norm during the Golden Age upon the earth. The Golden Age, Satyayuga, is called the Golden Age of Humanity. Satya in Sanskrit means to be genuine, sincere, truthful, virtuous, and follow the fundamental truth, and during the time, people did that. Unfortunately, the good times ended around 7,000 BCE, although fortunately, we have crossed the Age of Darkness and are now enjoying the dawn of the Second Age of Dvaparayuga where things will get better. The next Golden Age is technically 6,000 years away, and a way to bring it about sooner, start following the Golden Rule.

The problem with the maxim today is that it is not clear enough. The rule was spread by word of mouth for many thousands of years before being written down, and in that time, it changed. The word ‘treat’ can mean to give another something, but here it is more likely to care for another, but who are the others? Most likely the others are people and not the many creatures of the land, water, and air, that the rule must include for all to live free and happy. It might sound a bit odd to say treat chickens, pigs, and cattle the same way you want to be treated, but that is the case. If I go back to the oldest spiritual text in existence, a text written down before the Age of Darkness for preservation, I find the Golden Rule.

The Two Divinities are divine to attain and sustain devotion to arise divine for righteous actions benefitting all, gain a favorable fortune and the means to direct the Golden Rule of the Golden Age in golden light to all, “Compassion for all creatures that grasp for the breath and cry”.

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