Verse from the Veda for the Day to be Awakened

The Papyrus of Ani is an illustrated manuscript with cursive hieroglyphs created in Egypt around 1300 BC. The papyrus scroll was originally 78 feet in length and a little over 1 foot in width, but before shipping it to the British Museum where it remains today, Sir Wallis Budge cut it into 37 sheets. The manuscript discovered in Thebes is a compilation of a few scribes, including Ani. The book is commonly known as the Book of the Dead, as it supposedly contains spells and such to help the dead during the afterlife.

By the time the Papyrus of Ani was produced, the knowledge it contained had already vanished from the earth. It is not a text about helping the dead, as translators believe, but texts for helping living beings attain the Heavenly State while upon the earth. It contains the same knowledge the Shining Ones, Magians, Buddhas, Messiahs, Priest Kings, and so on, utilized to attain a state of enlightenment. Copied upon the document are the Words of God, passed down generation to generation via word of mouth, until hieroglyphics entered the picture. The key to understanding the ancient texts, such as this, is their correct translation, and for that, one needs to know the way.

The Egyptians thought the scroll contained various spells and discussed mummifying bodies for the afterlife; however, it discusses the Holy Breath and advances the thought of becoming a Buddha. To do that a person gives everything away to the community, moves into the woods to live with a Master, and masters the breathing practices for living in heavenly bliss with the Heavenly One. Once enlightenment was gained, the Awakened returned to the community for giving to all the living, and illustrated the Holy Way by shining with light upon the earth.

Here is a small portion of the Hymn of Osiris from the Papyrus of Ani.

From the sky, the air goes into for serving as the Protector, and the glow helps in understanding the Sacred Text.

Verse from the Veda for a Life of Happiness

Robert E Lee and Stonewall Jackson led the war against the United States.

A couple of weeks ago, it was decided that two stained glass windows at the National Cathedral in Washington, DC would be removed. These windows honor the Confederate war Generals Robert E. Lee and Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson. The announcement stated, “After considerable prayer and deliberation, the Cathedral Chapter voted Tuesday to immediately remove the windows. The Chapter believes that these windows are not only inconsistent with our current mission to serve as a house of prayer for all people, but also a barrier to our important work on racial justice and racial reconciliation. Their association with racial oppression, human subjugation and white supremacy does not belong in the sacred fabric of this Cathedral.”

That is certainly a noble move on the part of the church, but the windows never should have been installed in the first place. The Holy Teaching of Heaven is against war and the killing of others, so if the church is interested in promoting the Holy Way, the stained glass windows should display images of people helping others. Most of the 10 Commandments of Christianity are nonsense with the exception of the seventh that states, “Do not kill.” The meaning of that is not clear in the Christian Doctrine, but it means do not kill any human, animal, bird, fish, or any creature sharing the same living breath we all share. If you have any interest in enjoying the fruits of heaven, you need to follow the Heavenly Way.

Here is a verse from the Veda for a life of happiness.

The Leader to delight in is all around,

And to separate from people to arouse,

But to be among for love for those,

A must to be with One.

 

Verse from the Veda for a Life of Everlasting Happiness

Tonpa Shenrab – 19th century painting, Collection of Rubin Museum of Art.

On the inside cover of a carton of a dozen eggs is a verse from the Bible, Psalms 118: 24. The translation of the verse, like all others in the Bible, is poor, but some verses such as this are correct as far as the Holy Teaching of Heaven is concerned. Some people take the Bible as the word of God, but it is far from, since it is the word of man, and a deluded man at that.

The verse in question says, “This is the day which the Lord has made; Let us rejoice and be glad in it.” Such as it is, is correct. The Divine Absolute has created an immense universe and says, “Enjoy the day and hurt no living creature, so that all can enjoy.” A vegetarian diet is necessary, compassion for others, and mastering the meditations. Good Luck!

Here is a verse from the Veda for a life of everlasting happiness.

The Nectar of Happiness flows in the body to rise from the earth, to be like cattle in a pasture or be born from to enjoy the friendship of God.

Verse from the Veda to Friend

Vyasa – Believed to have scribed the Rigveda around 3,000 BC.

I like people. I enjoy meeting and talking to them, and especially enjoy people who look different from me, they can be of the opposite gender, another ethnicity, nationality, or religion.

I also like the animals that share the land with us, the birds of the air, and the fish of the waters. I like to think of all of us as friends, and a friend does you hurt another. Actually, I think of all of us as family and if a family member has an accident and is hurt, I rush to help.

Such is the Sacred Teaching of Heaven for the people of the earth. If a person wants to taste the Fruits of Heaven, a person must follow the path.

Here is a verse from the Veda to Friend.

The Friend of Heaven is summoned with the pure strength of will to preside over night and the enemy fiend, and to be mindful, fix the gaze upon to be illumined as that bears fruit.

Verse from the Veda to Learn and Master

Vyasa – Believed to have scribed the Rigveda around 3,000 BC.

Rigveda in Sanskrit means the Sacred Text of the Sacred Knowledge. The Sacred Knowledge is not just available in the ancient book referred to as the Rigveda but is contained in all the ancient spiritual texts. That is true, however, the translation of the world’s key religious texts is poor and the world is in a mess because of it. More than half of the world follows religions like Islam or Christianity, and they follow the wrong path because no one associated with the religions is able to translate their holy texts. Every translation I have seen of the Bible or Quran is wrong, but for those interested in knowing the truth, the Rgvedaschool has discovered the correct method for translating the ancient texts. It is worth noting that all of the texts promote the same philosophy of giving with the goal of becoming enlightened… becoming a Buddha and living for all beings. It is the teaching of the Creator, the Divine Absolute, referred to as the Philosophical System of AH, the Path, the Middle Way, and so forth, and teaches compassion for all beings. The Absolute decided long ago that if a person is to have compassion for all beings the ego must be abandoned. Only in that way can one give to others without obstruction. Here is a short mantra about such things. It is a mantra associated with Tibetan Buddhism and chanted in Sanskrit, but it is great to know what is says. It begins with OM… OM in Sanskrit means yes.

Here is a verse from the Veda to Learn and Master.

Yes, an enthusiast of a Buddha is great if the impulse for those is to abandon the ego.

Verse from the Veda to Enjoy

A Holy Being holding the breath while in meditation

In the previous post, I stated, “Kanva Ghora, the Founder of the Vedic School, lived during Tretayuga, and for the sake of discussion, the Rgvedaschool is of the opinion that Rishi Ghora lived during the rising, rather than declining Tretayuga, 16-20,000 BC.  It would make perfect sense, since it is the Holy Teaching that brings about a Golden Age upon the earth. To give credibility to the idea, the Bon Religion traces its lineage to Buddha Tonpa Shenrab, 18,000 BC.”

During the Golden Age upon the earth, people are the most peaceful, compassionate, and spiritual, with the highest level of consciousness and good fortune. It will be a fortunate time to be alive; unfortunately, it will come about many thousands of years from now. Right now, we are a bit lucky in that we are out of the Kaliyuga, the Dark Age of Humanity (the Age of Vice and Deterioration), and experiencing the early days of the Second Age, called Dvaparayuga. In about 2,500 years from now, we will enter the Third Age of Tretayuga, and once again, an understanding of the Holy Teaching of the Veda will beget many Enlightened Beings who will spread out around the globe illustrating the Message of Peace, and ushering in another Golden Age upon the earth.

No matter what age you live in, knowing and perfecting the Holy Teaching is the only way to the Heavenly State. The opportunity is here now, or you can wait and enjoy the rounds of life death life upon the earth for the next few thousands of years.

Here is a verse from the Veda to enjoy.

Yes, lament the age of vice and deterioration for those, but walk with a name of Buddha and the happiness of avoiding.

Verse from the Veda to Learn and Master

A still from the movie “The Ten Commandments” by Cecil B. DeMill. An imaginary depiction of God carving the Commandments in stone.

Over the last two or three thousand years, many different religions and spiritual practices have sprung up around the world in place of the teaching of the Supreme. All the main religions of the earth today claim a divine connection, although it is meager. They have all stayed far from the path, and some more than others. Usually I write unfavorably about Buddhism because the Sacred Knowledge is to become awakened, to become a Buddha. So at first glance, you might think that the Path is Buddhism as practiced today, but it is not. Buddhism as taught today does not recognize the Path of the Heavenly Father, so at the end of the long road for Buddhists is not the heavenly state, but death and rebirth upon the earth, and that is not the goal.

Every major religion being practiced upon the earth today has various ends, or goals in mind for its followers, yet those objectives are unproven. For believers in the various paths, all require an enormous amount of faith. Currently, the philosophy promoted by the Rgvedaschool, the Good Path to Good Fortune, is unproven as well. Nevertheless, as you come to understand the various components of the Path, you will understand it logically and faith will not be an issue. As you come to understand the basics of the philosophy, you will be able to extrapolate the Grand Plan from the lesser. Yes, that is true, and when the day comes and a person masters the knowledge and becomes a Buddha, a Magi, Messiah, or a Shining One, the proof will be clear and evident.

The issue is that all the major religions are based upon a very poor translation of their Holy Books. The translations do not hold up under scrutiny. They are fabrications and skewed to be in line with various man-make beliefs. For those who are interested, please look at the page on this site called Poor Translations Lead to Misunderstanding. I believe you will be as shocked as I was in discovering how poorly the Sacred Text has been translated by so-called Scholars.

Here is a verse from the Lord to learn and master to be favorable offering to others.

To grow great with the air to stay with the Lord to bestow wealth upon the worthless who do not.

Verse from the Veda to Live With

Muslims around the world are celebrating the holy month of Ramadan by restricting their diets. Although it is called a fast, it is more of a modified diet. During Ramadan, the devoted will not eat or drink anything between sunrise and sunset even though the avoidance of water during the day and the eating of a large meal before bed is not a healthy diet.

Such dietary regulations are not authorized by Heavenly Father and Earthly Mother, since they provide all manner of nutritious and enjoyable food to enjoy. They say to enjoy the fruits, grains, and vegetables, and avoid the flesh of any creature living upon the same breath as you.

Following a misguided religion will not bring about salvation, while living in accordance with the Holy Teaching will.

Here are some verses from the Veda to live with.

You have a choice of sweet and nutritious food, food for delight,

And a nectar to be able to be kind and protecting to all.

The Source of the Universe has a promise to come with assistance,

And a delight not consumed for a loving and truthful friend.

Verse from the Veda to be Shining Like the Sun in Splendor

Vyasa – Believed to have scribed the Rigveda around 3,000 BC.

A recent Gallop Survey found that while about 75 percent of Americans feel the Bible is a Holy Text, only 24 percent take it as the actual word of God, a drop of 14 percent since 1976. The Rgvedaschool takes this as a positive sign since the Bible condones rape, murder, and slave ownership. There are silly rules about dress and inappropriate views about a righteous diet and the translations are extremely demeaning to women.

The translations of the Bible are atrocious. One hardly knows what to say in that a religion with over 2 billion adherents, cannot find even one scholar able to translate the Biblical Texts with any accuracy. It is very sad that every follower of the religion receives the wrong information to base his or her life.

The religion of Islam is no better than Christianity, and the translation of the Quran is just as dreadful as the Bible. Islam currently has about a half a billion less adherents than Christianity, but together these two religions comprise more than half the world.

It is a good thing to follow a religion, but if you are interested in Heavenly Bliss with the Creator of the Universe, you will need to follow the correct teaching. Today, the Rgvedaschool is the only place where an accurate translation of the Holy Texts can be found. Take your pick.

Here is a verse from the Veda to be shining like the sun in splendor.

The Enlightened Ones push the darkness to a far distance boundary of the sky to be visible and shining in splendor like the sun, while the days of a mortal fade away.

Verse from the Veda to Study to Follow the Holy Teaching

Woman Giving Water to a Traveler

The Sacred Teaching of Heavenly Father and Mother disappeared as a recognized religion long ago, but it is still around. Another student of the school just returned from the Farmer’s Market, where she met a person sewing dollar bills together for the common good. She gave the person a dollar and received a certificate that says, “Thank you for your investment in the idea that we are all in this together!” Well, that is the Sacred Teaching. As she walked in, I was listening to Buju Banton’s CD called Before the Dawn, and in some of the songs, he sings the Sacred Teaching. When I turned on the CD player, letters of light displayed the word “Hello.” Well, the teaching says that it is a virtue to stop in the presence of another and say hello for that is how two people come together. Groups of real living Superheroes are beginning to appear in many big cities around the country, and they are practicing the teaching of unselfish giving to others. They generally hide behind masks because what they do is more important than who they are. That is the Sacred Teaching. They roam the cities going towards the homeless and disadvantaged to help, to give water and the necessities for living. That is the teaching, and today, they are living examples of the oldest philosophy upon the earth. If you want to see the Holy Teaching in action avoid the lavish halls of worship and hit the streets, and there you will find the teaching of caring for others in action.

Here is a verse from the Veda to study to follow the Holy Teaching.

To possess supremacy the heroic deed of the Prince, a Buddha, is the compassion to stay for a coverer, the act of cutting off for devotion to a wicked person and Whom (in heaven) to call on for conciliation.