augustus 2013

                                                       It, is here!


                                                        3 pyramids


                                                      Heaven on Earth


The "Anthony of Padua-flower" is a beautiful plant. Here it is called Teunisbloem; the english name is Evening Star or Common Evening Primrose; the scientific name is Oenothera biennis, for the little one, or Oenothera erythrosepala, for the big on. I saw two flowers opening in the evening by accident. It called my attention. I started observing the plants for a few days. Day after day I observed the opening of the flowers and counted them on two plants. I also counted some other parts of the plants. An even number of flowers opened every evening on both plants. Twice the number was four and eight. The second time of the 4-8-combination a ninth flower didn't open, although it looked like it would. The next evening an uneven number of flowers opened(5-9). This evening(1 august) 5-8, first time even/uneven. And now, 2 august, 7-10, again even/uneven like on 3 august. On 5 august after THREE birds fly over, I see THREE and SIX flowers on both plants; on that day I also downloaded ten files about Nikola Tesla; after removing one uninteresting file, nine were left. I read that Tesla had an obsession with the number THREE. 6 august: both plants three flowers; the third one, on one of the plants, opened later. 7 august: 2-8. The later dates have been inserted in the text; my impression is that of a pattern of modi(till now): even->uneven->even or uneven->uneven->even. I thought of the possibility of some kind of interaction(unconscious) communication) between the plants and other entities, including humans. Looks like some little programs in the plant; Looks like the plants have memory and can calculate, that's what we call intelligence. There's also some synchronicity between the plants. The flower has four petals; it has eight stamens. It's possibly easy to find more even numbers, also on other plants. This introduction is needed to understand the next hypothesis. It looks like the plant is Ba Gua based. The Ba Gua being the Chinese Ogdoad of Taoïsm, the four pairs of yin and yang. Now we generalize, and the hypothesis becomes: all plant (and animal, and human) properties are Ba Gua based; so all living beings on Earth, plants, trees, animals and human beings (and some unknown or "still not so well known beings") in abstracto, have the same properties.

Flowers are beautiful. Human beings love flowers. Parasitical beings don't love flowers, of course, because flowers make people happy and parasites live of plaguing humans (you can distinguish them by that). Everything in this universe is in the state of the flower. The whole creation is like a big flower, or like a mandala of flowers. You, as a living being, are a flower. Open yourself and receive the Light. You yourself are Light; resonate with the Light. Everything is Light. Yin is yang is Light. Yin is the shadow of yang; woman is the shadow of man. The Light comes from Heaven, like water comes from Earth. From the Light comes the wind, from the water comes the thunder. When wind and thunder turn around, they become lake and mountain. So, six elements (3 yin-yang-pair) come from Heaven and Earth.

Moutains with blossoms can be very attractive to human beings; it's of great beauty. So, it's not a surprise to read in Indian scriptures that for Tamils their Lord is the God of that beautiful, blooming, mountain paradise. His name is MURUKAN. Muruku is natural fragrance, changeless youth, immortal beauty, divinity and love. He is (son of) Shiva, is Vishnu.

Citation (1): "In olden days the region of the Tamilians was divided into four kinds of lands. They are Kuriñji, Mullai, Marutam and Neytal. A different deity was worshipped in all the four places. The presiding deity of hill and hillsides known as Kuriñci was Lord MURUKAN; that of forest and its surroundings called Mullai was TIRUMALAI. INDRA was the chief deity of Marutam covering paddy field and its neighbourhood; VARUNA was for Neytal, the desert area."

Citation (2): "Both Muslims and Hindus worshipped Murukan in Tiruttani where the Lord appeared before Vallimalai Swamikal in the form of a fakir."

Talking about LIGHT we now look at some citations of a swami and a famous discoverer.

Citation (3): "...everything is Light..." "You are Light. Light merges into Light, from which all other forms are born." "You love the Light because That is your True Self."

Citation (4): "What about the birth of the Universe? Matter is created from the original and eternal energy that we know as Light." "I was in Paris when I saw my mother’s death. In the sky, full of light and music floated are wonderful creatures. One of them had a mother’s character, who was looking at me with infinite love. As the vision disappeared, I knew that my mother died." "First was the light, endless source from which points out material and distribute it in all forms that represent the Universe and the Earth with all its aspects of life." "Through my window one morning, landed a white dove, which I fed. She wanted to bring me a word that she was dying. From her eyes the light jets were coming out. Never in the eyes of any creature had I seen so much light, as in that pigeon." "Everything is light."

"Journalist: They would love to hear what your philosophy is.

Tesla: Life is a rhythm that must be comprehended. I feel the rhythm and direct on it and pamper in it. It was very grateful and gave me the knowledge I have. Everything that lives is related to a deep and wonderful relationship: man and the stars, amoebas’ and the sun, the heart and the circulation of an infinite number of worlds. These ties are unbreakable, but they can be tame and to propitiate and begin to create new and different relationships in the world, and that does not violate the old. Knowledge comes from space; our vision is its most perfect set. We have two eyes: the earthly and spiritual. It is recommended that it become one eye. Universe is alive in all its manifestations, like a thinking animal. Stone is a thinking and sentient being, such as plant, beast and a man..."

Now we return to MURUKAN. Murukan is the God of the Tamils. Elsewhere different names are mentioned and he is called the God of war; after reading those names I thought that it's all the same, but surprise, sometimes things are not what they look like. I was reading an excellent article(5) about the worship of God Murukan (Murukak katavul valipatu) in the hill country of Sri Lanka. There we read, citations: "...thirdly it (the article(red) discusses the Murukan worship such as it represents the Tiruvila, "festival" of Murukan..." "...Katirkamam, where Murukan Tiruvila as an annual festival is celebrated on the national-international level, and people from different communities of the island, even from India as well or from other countries participate." "In the contradicting iconography of Murukan, we find conflicting symbolic representations of Murukan as kulavi, "child", Kumaran, lover of Valli, guardian-god-king, renouncer-celibate ascetic." "Malaiyakam Tamils encountered the myth of Murukan and Valli, common to the peoples of Ilankai and the Tamil country in India. Murukan is predominant in the historical milieu of the Tamil tradition, in contrast to Kumara-Skanda in the Vedic, epic, puranic mythic atmosphere. Murukan is different from Skanda, particularly in his loving union with Valli. Attempting to apply a comparative perspective, Zvelebil observes that Murukan is "the GOD OF LOVE; not a chaste and fierce bachelor, but the lover of Valli...". In other words, Kumara-Skanda remains a bachelor, while Murukan loves and marries Valli in the spontaneous reciprocal anpu tradition, both in Ilankai and in the Tamil country. The prevailing mythic theme of reciprocity in the love relationship (between Murukan and Valli) reflects a situation anteceding colonialism, probably even Buddhism, in the island." "The participating groups were, and still are today, made up of Hindu Tamils, Buddhists, Christians, Muslims and Vatas, all taking part in the tiruvila of Murukan." "They distribute the piracatam, "divine grace gift", which they have received from Murukan after the offerings have been made to him, in the form of boiled rice, fruits, coconuts, vipuri, cantanam , kunkumam to the relatives, neighbours and friends without any regard to social barriers of caste, ethnicity, language, religion, politics or economic status. It is evident that Murukak katavul valipatu leads them to peace and freedom by transcending the elements of conflict and hatred in the island." "His devotional guidance to devotees to approach Murukan in various sacred places of Tamilakam inclusive of Kunrutoratal, "every hill as a sacred place" of Murukan reveals not only the reciprocal anpu, "love" relationship between devotees and Murukan, but also their spontaneous moral commitment in terms of the fulfillment of aram, "virtue", in the context of awareness of the sacred/divine. Consequently, he points out how they experience Murukan's response, in other words, Murukan approaches them and manifests his reciprocal devotional anpu-arul-aram, "love-grace-virtue" relationship in terms of an~cal ompumati arival ninvaravu, "fear not, I know why you have come." On the one hand his heroic act controls cur, "the evil power", and eradicates tunpam "sufferings", to offer freedom, thus he liberates them and maintains aram. On the other hand, Murukan grants them peral arum paricil, "the priceless gift which is difficult to obtain otherwise", in order to attain vitutalai, "liberation", or vituperu, "salvation", in the sense of inne peruti ni, "you will at once and now obtain."

                                                     NEW MENTALITY

I want to introduce the term: "New Mentality". The term is simple, the meaning complex. New mentality is something that manifests itself. The manifesting itself is also the new mentality. That needs explanation and time. It's something very transcendental and it needs time to understand. To succeed introducing this it's necessary to explain it through time, with examples. The new mentality is that we let things manifest. That sounds simple, doesn't it? There's a whole story behind it. And it's still growing, that means manifesting. Before explaining it we can compare it with other things.

It can be compared with Wu Wei, Indian-, Chinese- or eastern (asiatic) philosophy or thinking. But, there is more. First we must realise that it manifests in the West and comes from eastern thinking. So, it's like being born from that and can have something extra. The new mentality is not being done! It's not done, it manifests. Some things can be done, from which it can manifest. It means that you let things manifest, instead of doing them. It's like there is an unlimited amount of things that can manifest every moment, and that doing things is an obstacle. Think about it and try to understand what that means. Lets look at an example; from own experience. Flute playing. Long ago I tried to play the flute, I couldn't. I tried for years, I couldn't. One day, suddenly I could. From that moment I tried to play songs, I couldn't. So, I just improvised, it was more sound than real music. I really did my best. I done that for years. I could do nothing more than produce some sounds. Now recently, I tried something new; I thought: "Let the Tao go through my flute". And then melodies came, and then the melodies became whole songs. The more I tried to play, the less song or melody manifested. If I don't try to play, whole songs come from the flute. It's like there are unlimited songs around. That's what I started believing. I thought, it's not only true for music, but it's true for everything. Everything is already there. You just have to let it manifest itself, that's all. Letting things manifest itself is the new mentality.

Doing is obstacle. I think it's impossible to understand this fully after just one example, so I will write about it more later, as it manifests.

                                                      PUFF OF WIND

Kabir said (6):

"Dharam Das, you will understand this very well, as I will now tell you its secret.

When death comes before his time a man who dies before his time is up comes again in the human body. Those foolish ones who don't believe this can understand it by burning a lamp's wick. When a lamp is full of oil, if a PUFF OF WIND comes, it goes out, but again it is lighted with the fire. In the same way, the soul comes into the human body again. Hear, wise one: I will tell you the attributes of such a one. I won't hide any knowledge from you. Such a man is brave among men, fear never comes near him. He doesn't get attached to Maya and attachment; and looking at him, his enemies start trembling with fear. He believes in the True Shabda, and never knows what criticism is. He always maintains love for the Satguru and speaks lovingly with humility. He searches for knowledge, pretending to be ignorant, but he makes people know about the True Naam. The man who has all these qualities, Dharam Das, know him as one who has come from the human body."


III. The Coming of Kabir:

"Awakening the souls, I will take them back to Sat Lok (Eternity) and will save them from the sufferings of Kal(time). So I am going into the world and will send the souls to Sat Lok after giving them the PASSPORT." "By doing the practice of devotion, they will get the passport and I will connect them with the Naam (word) of Sat Purush (Eternity)." "PASSPORT: This word, used frequently from here on, is a literal translation. The initiation into Naam grants the initiate freedom of movement in the inner worlds." "For the sake of the souls, forty-two incarnations of Sat Purush will come into the world: Establishing and teaching the Path in the Kali Yuga, They will send the souls back to Sat Lok. I will always be with the souls to whom They will give the passport into the Sat Shabda (inner truth)." "The souls who get the passport from these Incarnations will go to Sat Lok, becoming fearless."

                                            Lift me up with a puff of wind,

                                             I'll be back, that's the hint,

                                       Let's go for a swim in the Ocean of Love,

                                        Let's take a dive in the Light of Above.

(1) "Lord Murukan, the embodiment of beauty and love", Padmaja Anantharaman

(2) "Facets of Murukan", Prof. Dr. Mrs. V. Balambal

(3) "Receiving the Light", Swami Amar Jyoti

(4) "1899, Interview with Nikola Tesla", with certain journalist John Smith; Posted Sep 12 2012 by Edvard in Energy and Power,

(5) Amirthalingam Selliah

(6) Anurag Sagar

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