What did Hindu Vedas say about technology

The Vedas - the shaping of the worlds,
in which the earth and humanity stand

The game of hide and seek about the Vedic writings / Vedas - how the ideologies of "civilization" block knowledge of the universe - the Vedic genesis and the Vedic definition of the worlds.

by Michael Palomino

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from the book by Armin Risi:

2.1. The stupid "sciences"
2.2. The stupid one god religions
2.3. And the stupid "universities"

3. The ego "civilization" of materialism blocks the connection with God: the Ahankara
4. "Civilized" "people" define "mythologies" and "logic" instead of seeking the truth in mythology
5. The "Big Bang" is wrong - the original leap of consciousness - and Moses and Jerusalem are also lies - the lied evolution and forbidden archeology
6. The structure of the world according to the Vedas: the foundations for understanding the world

7. The various Vedic sciences


8. The highest spiritual knowledge and revelations in the Vedic scriptures
9. The Vedic Genesis
10. The energies in the world according to the Vedas: subtle and gross elements - visibility - invisible dimensions - "relativity", 400,000 humanoid forms of life in space and the different time dimensions
11. The 14 planetary systems of the Vedas and the classification of the earth in the middle
12. The earth as the seventh dimension in the interface between upper and lower dimensions
13. Chronology of the universe and the earth: The game of hide and seek around the holistic Vedas up to the milk miracle - the milk miracle
14. The path to knowledge of one's own self and truth

 

1.
God / Krishna / Hare / Rama and brahman

God's world
God's world is the spiritual world beyond the 14 worlds. God's world is the true goal of life (Brahmahda-Purana 1.2.19.155-156; Risi vol. 2, p.175).

Terms for "God"
In the Vedic scriptures God has different names such as Hare, Krishna or Rama (vol. 2, p.277).

Regardless of whether people believe in God or not, God is always the central factor in humanity. Actions are performed in the name of God from baptism to war, but hardly anyone knows what "God" is (vol. 2, p.269).

"Jesus" simply said that God was the highest being as Father and one should love God the Father. God is also worshiped by the Jews and in Islam (vol. 2, p.338).

The terms for God in the Vedic context:
- Vishnu: "the all-pervading one"
- Govinda: "the source of joy"
- Krishna: "the all-attractive, the center of all relationships" (vol. 2, p.338).

The terms for God in connection with the one-god religions and hate religions:
- God: "the all good"
- Allah: "the Almighty"
- YHWH: "the unspeakable" (vol. 2, p.338).

[The Bible and Islam jointly suppress the worship of mother earth as the female counterpart to God as the male part. This omission of the Bible and Islam is essential. The Bible even says clearly: "Subjugate the earth" (Genesis 1 chapter, sentence 28), and this is the main factor for world wars and for the materialistic aberration into self-destruction].


God is the "absolute"

God is the "absolute": is one and at the same time everything:

Risi:
- "one: that means undivided and indivisible (= individual)"

- "everything: that means all-pervasive and all-encompassing (= energy)" (vol. 2, p.269).

So God is individual and energy at the same time (vol. 2, p.269).

God is the absolute because everything depends on God. Everything is related to God / Krishna. The relationship with God always exists when the individual is aware of it in an active way; when there is no conscious connection, in a passive way. The souls are led by God / Krishna because they cannot possibly be aware of the whole reality (vol. 2, p.338).


The definition of "God" in the Vedas: God is the "Absolute"

God is eternal, and therefore the parts of God that are Creature, forever (vol. 2, p.156).

Risi:
God is "a consciousness [...] that is all-pervading and all-embracing and all universes with all Brahmsas and all other beings united in itself. This unlimited cosmic consciousness can be described with the term "God", although God is more than just cosmic consciousness. "(Vol. 2, p.93).

God is the absolute that has to be seen in three aspects (Vol. 2, p.93):

1. God, as the highest being, is the all-embracing origin. This origin is an "indivisible unit" as an individual with his own consciousness and his own will (vol. 2, p.95).

2. God as a whole is the totality of all energies (Sanskrit: Brahman) (vol. 2, p.95).

3. As cosmic consciousness, God is the universal soul (Sanskrit: Paramatma), all-pervasive and at the same time individually present in all living beings, an Oversoul (Paramatma) (Vol. 2, p.95).


The dual existence of God as a unit: God is father and mother

Risi:
"When God is called the Supreme Being, it does not refer to an isolated or male God, but to the highest individuality, the one in essence is the dual unity of absolute lovewhich always includes both aspects: to love and to be loved. The active aspect of loving is the feminine aspect of God (in Sanskrit Raiea, the 'lover'), and reciprocal love is the male aspect of God (Krishna, the 'all-attractive'). "(Vol. 2, p.354)

"Since the dual unity in the absolute must not be viewed separately, God is both active and reciprocal love, so is not only 'father' but also 'mother'. According to this absolute archetype (origin), the relative is also dual, but in the relative the dual is no longer a unity, but a duality. This understanding also lets the duality of man and woman in the material world appear in a new light and shows what true love consists of. It can also meet the claims of absoluteness of patriarchal religions and to relativize social systems, since the underlying half-truths are clarified. " (Vol. 2, p.354)


Krishna's offshoot / God's offshoot
Every individual who brings forth Krishna is unique, and every relationship with Krishna is unique. Each individual has a unique role in the spiritual order (vol. 2, p.340).

If only God is seen as an individual
If God is only seen as an individual, then God is abused for sectarian or elitist claims,

Quote Risi:
"because they believe that God is only you God, or you God is the highest God, whereby this "God" then presents himself as a monopoly lord who divides humanity instead of uniting it. "

Such a personified God becomes one to the believers

Quote Risi:
"Means of power of tyrannical, patriarchal rule, in which the ruling men succumb to an autocratic one-sidedness and the women despise and exploit Mother Earth as a result." (Vol.2, p.269)


If only God is seen as energy

If God is seen only as energy, then such people become materialists and atheists (asuras). You do not feel responsible to any god. For them God is "relative" (vol. 2, p.270).


God is energy and individual at the same time - the representation in the Bhagavad-gita

The totality of all energy is "God" (vol. 2, p.270).

As an individual
- God can be a hidden and unknown truth
- God is always and everywhere present (vol. 2, p.271).

So people have to ask themselves where God is revealed, and this is described in the revelations, e.g. in the Bhagavad-gita (= "God's words").

Risi:
"In the Bhagavad-gita God identifies himself in a universal way that does not choose anyone and does not exclude anyone, i.e. addresses all people as recipients of equal value. "(Vol. 2, p.271)

Bhagavad-gita 9.29:
"I do not reject anyone, and I do not prefer anyone, I am equally benevolent of all beings."

Bhagavad-gita 15.5-7a:
"Those who are free from craving for recognition, illusion and false fellowship and who understand the eternal ... arrive in the eternal world, My highest kingdom, and are never again born in the material world, for they have recognized that they are in reality spiritual souls are, My eternal parts. " (Vol. 2, p.271)

The perfection of the connection between the individual souls and God (Krishna) is "love" (vol. 2, p.271,273).

Risi:
"In the spiritual consciousness, this love is the true unity of reciprocity: the joy of giving and receiving." (Vol. 2, p.273)

There is no advantage in absolute love:

Risi:
"On the perfect level, this love is unconditional and mutual. Therefore, in the Absolute, the opposition between those who serve and those who are served is canceled out, for all give and receive in perfect love." (Vol.2, p.273)

And this love is infinite and always increases (vol. 2, p.273).


God as an individual: God is father and mother at the same time

Risi:
"God is not a male anthropomorphic patriarch, but rather unites the archetype of the male and the female." (Vol.2, p.274)


God the Father = Vishnu - Vishnu is in all living beings

With "God the Father" is meant Vishnu, the "all-pervading one", as an unlimited spiritual being (Radha) (vol. 2, p.274).

The all-pervading dimension level is according to the Vedic writings "Vishnu", the "all-pervading", the "sustainer of life" (vol. 2, p.98).

According to the Vedic sciences, Vishnu, the "all-pervading", is contained in every atom (vol. 2, p.98).

Shrimad braagavatam:
"Vishnu entered all beings at the same time (pravista," immanent ") and not entered (apravista," transcendent "). The all-encompassing (vol. 2, p.98) is inside and outside of all things as the factor that controls everything controls and directs ... One should understand that Vishnu entered the atom and therefore entered there as well A.tma [individual, eternal soul] is located. "(Shrimad braagavatam 7.12.15 / Erl .; Risi vol. 2, p.99)


Mother God = the divine primal energy, the mater-ie

With "Mother of God" is meant the divine primal energy, which in its expansion also produces matter (from Latin: mater, = "mother") (Vol.2, p.274).

"Mother of God" is also an unlimited, spiritual being (raiea), and has an infinite number of names in Sanskrit, e.g.
- Shakti ("the divine energy")
- Shri ("Die Allbeglückende") (Vol.2, p.274).

The harmony of the male and female pole according to Risi:

"Shri and Vishnu are always united as the absolute harmony of the feminine and masculine aspect of God "(Vol.2, p.274).


The dual extensions of God / Krishna

All extensions of God / Krishna are also created in a "dual unity" between the male and female pole:
- Brahmá - Sarasvati
- Laksmi - Narayana
- S.ita-Rama
- Shri - Vishnu
- Shakti - Shiva etc. (vol. 2, p.274)


Man is god-like

Man can become aware of God and for that reason certainly does not descend from animals (vol. 2, p.274).

Risi:
"This closeness to God is also expressed in the external figure, which - in the ascending hierarchies - is becoming more and more God-like." (Vol. 2, p.274)

Thus, humans are "certainly not the accidental product of an animal evolution." (Vol. 2, p.274)

The god-like figure is mentioned in the Vedic scriptures as well as more and more of the high light beings of the universe (vol. 2, p.274).


Finding access to God / Krishna - the prerequisite for the divine way of life

All people can find access to God / Krishna. It is not necessary to be a magician, mystic, intellectual or theologian (vol. 2, p.275).

Risi:
"The true God is accessible to all people, regardless of material, relative qualifications." (Vol.2, p.275)

The connection to God / Krishna depends on spiritual conditions, not on material ones. Ultimately, the connection depends on the true perfection in the conduct of life, which can be realized by overcoming all material ties. Every person can decide to lead this perfect life according to his free will (vol. 2, p.275).

Before making contact with God, all self-interest in life must be given up. The aim is to act out of love for God (bhakti). Love for God also means love for all individual parts of God, for the "pure, loving devotees". These "consecrated ones" (the gurus, the spiritual teachers) can teach how one can discover the pure love for God in oneself (vol. 2, p.279).


The guru / spiritual teacher - the training - receive full power

Only a guru can pass on love for God / bhakti because he already lives this love and selflessness. Since such a person rejects any personal power, the person has full power. So it is essential to work with authorized representatives (vol. 2, p.280).

Your own authorization:

Risi:

"One cannot gain or force arbitrarily, but only receive, and indeed by those who are already authorized." (Vol.2, p.280)

Through the training with "clear knowledge" and "discernment" and through serving the guru, the spiritual adolescents become immune to the influence of negative forces (vol. 2, p.280).


The turning to God for the whole of life - and the miracle of the effective example

Some people experience the turn to such a perfect life through a divine providence (guidance or oversoul). Others turn to God of their own accord (vol. 2, p.275).

Risi:
"The people who turn to God voluntarily and unconditionally get everyone necessary Powers, help and information without having to worry about it separately. You can - God willing - To perform miracles that cannot be performed with any magical or occult technique, namely the true miracle: to activate in other people the desire to strive for this selflessness out of free will. "(Vol. 2, p.275)

God is always to be considered as the whole of creation and as transcendent, "as Supreme Ruler over everything." (Vol.2, p.275)


The soul experiences the love of God

Risi:
"The eternal soul does not experience real, fulfilling love in transitory relationships, but only in relationships with its origin." (Vol.2, p.276)

Risi:
"Man can become aware of this relationship again if he aligns his consciousness with this origin." (Vol.2, p.276)

The expansion of consciousness can take place in the form of meditation and prayer through the original power of thoughts (vol. 2, p.276).

At the same time, the reverse is true. Risi:

"Powerlessness and darkness could only prevail on earth because people preferred to focus their consciousness on other goals." (Vol.2, p.276)

The darkness of godlessness can only be overcome through spiritual enlightenment. Before the Kali-yuga, a Makha ceremony or yoga asceticism was necessary. In the Kali-yuga only the invocation of the name "God" is necessary (vol. 2, p.276).

God is directly present in his name. This spiritual sound vibration cannot be stopped by any material element and can even neutralize or even cancel out negative influences. So it is possible to get free from illusion and ignorance (vol. 2, p.277).


Mantras for worshiping God

God has different names Krishna, Hare or Rama.
- Krishna means "the all-attractive"
- Hare is an invocation Raieas, the feminine aspect of God
- Rama is an invocation of the omnipotence of God (vol. 2, p.277).

Prayers should not be self-motivated. Meditation establishes the direct connection to God, especially mantra meditation, which is a direct invocation of God. The mantra meditation is absolutely individual and independent of material conditions and external forms. Perfection as with other invocations of being in Deva ceremonies, rituals or magical practices is not necessary (vol. 2, p.278).

Meditation with concentration on God's name overcomes the intellect and penetrates into the higher soul dimensions of consciousness. So the soul can recognize itself as part of the eternal God (vol. 2, p.278).

Finding access to God is possible through meditation, prayer, divine love in thoughts, words, deeds (vol. 2, p.280). Actions can be:
- Change in consumer behavior
- Finding like-minded people,
- Passing on of information (vol. 2, p.282).

This spiritual alignment of consciousness removes the basis for the dark (vol. 2, p.282).


The slow change of the collective mind

If many people maintain these contacts with God, a new consciousness collective with a high dynamic results over time, which then gives the profit asuras less and less power (vol. 2, p.280).

A fight with the dark forces and a fight with the darkness itself is hopeless (vol. 2, p.282)

[because the dark powers have their protective mechanisms through manipulated police, manipulated and bribed courts, secret prisons, etc.].

Access to God also changes karma, and the actions and sequences of events will be different (vol. 2, p.282).

Risi:
"The improved karmic world situation will indirectly trigger unexpected developments that serve the truth and gradually bring the darkness to an end." (Vol. 2, p.282)


Brahman / Nirvana

Brahman / Nirvana
- Brahman is the neutral zone between the material and the spiritual world, where God's energy, but not God, is present in absolute neutrality
- Brahman is the area behind the entire material illusory world and consists of absolute, unbroken light
- the Brahman is the radiation of God's kingdom (vol. 2, p.336).

The kingdom of God comes behind nirvana (vol. 2, p.336).


The principle of Brahman

Risi:
"Everything is Brahman", everything is "one and different."

That means: There are only divine energies, but in infinite variety. The main quality of spiritual reality is:

"Diversity in Unity / Unity in Diversity." (Vol.2, p.337)


Human beings are part and individual of God

We are divine energy, but free in will in individual duality. That is why we are responsible ourselves. All living beings are individual because God is also an individual. So God's parts are also all individuals (vol. 2, p.337).


2.
"Civilization" blocks people

2.1. The stupid "sciences"


The "science" of the material world is limited to three-dimensional space (Vol. 1, pp. 22-23). "Science" reduces the picture of the universe to the action of four forces:
- strong nuclear power
- weak nuclear power
- electromagnetic force between atoms
- Gravitational force between large groups of atoms (vol. 2, p.35).

"Science" also claims that in all of space there is only material known to man with these four basic forces (vol. 2, p. 35).

Because of this dogma people are becoming more and more skeptical and suspicious of everything they do not see (vol. 2, p.68).

"Science" has only recognized that nature is polar with plus and minus poles. Only these opposing forces create a field of tension and a dynamic and design (vol. 2, p.225).


The dogmas in the professions of the "sciences"

Whoever exercises a profession in the "sciences" of the material world may not believe anything other than the elements from three-dimensional space (vol. 1, p.22-23), the unproven dogma of the four forces, and the dogma that only matter known to humans exists in space (vol. 2, p. 35). Such a limited "science" gets stuck in school wisdom (Vol.1, p.23).


The dogma of logic and "verifiability"

The technical "civilization" also claims that everything that is logical is "true" (Vol.1, p.51).

At the same time "science" denies knowledge from divine sources and revelations, because none of them can be proven or verified for them (Vol. 1, p.41).

[It should only be true what is "provable" for the human eye ...]

The "science" also claims that every living being would agree with the body: The body is the being (vol. 2, p.36).

Yet "science" cannot even produce an ant to this day, and certainly not a rose ... (Vol.2, p.87)


The dogma of analysis in order to gain even more power - after atomic fission and genetic engineering, the downfall of "civilization" follows

"Science" wants nothing to do with God, but means that it can achieve total knowledge with analysis.

Risi:
"Those who have dedicated themselves to this goal [the goal of gaining power over matter and living beings] do everything possible to penetrate into the atoms and genes. Because they have lost access to their own innermost being due to their God-turned consciousness. they now want to penetrate the innermost part of matter in order to shape the world through this external manipulation according to their ideas.

The tremendous effort that is required to advance and propagate atomic and genetic research already reveals how unnatural these technological machinations are.

Whenever a civilization comes to the stage of genetic manipulation and atomic splitting, this means firstly that degenerate beings have gained superiority in the background, and secondly that this civilization will soon perish from its own destructiveness, because at this point the ego power is the extreme of the mania for feasibility. "(Vol. 2, 119)

Balance sheet:
"Science" can change a few natural processes today, but the development of natural processes remains in the dark, and thus "science" is very incomplete (Vol. 2, p.101)

[and people are getting sicker instead of getting healthier].


The "science" that knows nothing - the material world and its victims - the dictatorship of "progress" in the material, visible world

The "civilization" stamps all earlier cultures as primitive and unscientific (Vol.1, p.35).

Risi:
"Science and research are the gods of the 20th century."

They lead to world destruction and "environmental destruction, wars, crime, central control, natural disasters, new diseases, etc.", with "countless human casualties [...] on the streets, in factories, in military operations, even in sports and entertainment." (Vol.1, p.28)

"In the past one served God, and today one serves progress" ["away" from wisdom] (Vol.1, p.28).


The self-limitation - the self-destruction - the definition as "exception" in the universe

The material view of the world that is visible to the human eye is only a small part of the world. This reduction to a material worldview is according to Risi

"a low point in human development" (Vol.1, p.107).

The "science" of "civilization" means that the universe is a lifeless emptiness "(vol. 1, p.113). The conditions on earth among the people of" civilization "are at the same time spiritually catastrophic:

- people don't know anything about the universe
- people hardly know anything about themselves
- people hardly know anything about God and the gods
- people are therefore extremely threatening the existence of mankind and the planet (vol. 1, p.107).

The "science" of "civilization" acts absolutely suicidal (vol. 1, p.112) and even claims that humans as living beings are an "exception" in space. "Science" also claims to be able to explain everything, and one does not have to rely on belief. Paranormal phenomena are all inventions, and God is a symbol or a "cosmic energy" that can be seen relatively (vol. 1, p.113).


Material "civilization" makes you sick: compensations

The one-sided material world view creates longings in the human being, which he satisfies with compensations such as recklessness, indulgence and the pathological fear of getting sick. Because of this the people of "civilization" are much more sick than the people of nature (vol. 1, p.35).


The basic mistake:
In the "science" of "civilization", only what is visible to humans counts - the dead end of "civilization"

In the "science" of the material world, only what is visible to the human eye is recognized as "truth" (vol. 1, p.29). "Science" only starts from the observable and therefore only applies to the dimension of the observable (Vol.1, p.42). "Science" excludes many subject areas related to life such as dying, living, matter, origin of matter, origin of consciousness etc. (Vol.1, p.42). For "science" there is no such thing as God and gods (Vol.1, p.43).

The state authority can enforce "scientific" progress by law without assessing where progress will lead (Vol.1, p.29).

But if only the visible and the material visible to the human eye apply, the research method is also restricted (Vol. 1, p. 29). So "science" is totally limited, and if these cognitions are defined as the only valid truth, then the materialistic, spiritless worldview is there (vol. 1, p.42), and so "science" shrinks to technology (vol. 1, pp 42-43).

[The dead end is perfect, and "science" won't get out of this dead end anytime soon ...]


Profit in "science" makes "science" a total farce

"Science" is also driven by profit. But if profit is the motive for "science", then the end of wisdom is anyway, and questions about consciousness, life and origin are excluded from the subject area because there is no profit in prospect with these subjects (Vol. 1, p. 43).

Consequences:
- then the "knowledge" will always be "inadequate"
- at the same time "science" claims to know everything
- and the "science" refuses to research into unknown areas (Bd.1, p.30).

So "science" does without perfect knowledge because it does not appear profitable. The "science" gets lost in endless research, because the truth is only touched on, not recognized, and the speculation for "scientifically" unknown areas is carried on endlessly (vol. 1, p.44).


The unity of the "sciences" is indispensable for the attainment of knowledge

"Science", esotericism and theology belong together and must not be treated separately, as "science" does to this day, but rather:

Risi:
They "have to complement each other to form a triangle, that is, enrich each other, but also support each other and control each other." (Vol. 1, p. 23)

It is therefore important to say goodbye to the following habits:
- scientific bias
- esoteric half-truth
- religious dogmatism (vol. 1, p. 24).

2.2.
The stupid one god religions

The holistic religions

Real religion [rex (Latin) = king, ligere (Latin) = to connect] is not eliminating, but integrating (vol. 2, p.270). The Vedic scriptures help to understand the scriptures of other religions better (vol. 2, p.271).


The discriminating one god religions

When "people of different faiths" are fought, then there is only a half-truth, and one's own religion is presented as an absolute truth, which again represents a half-truth (vol. 2, p.270).

The one-god religions have the same arrogance as "science", only the other way around than the "sciences": The religions reject the verifiable knowledge of the "sciences", and so false worldviews are constantly conveyed, as are the "sciences" convey the wrong view of the world (vol. 1, p.41).

["Science" and "religion" reject each other, even in the areas that are correct ...]

The religion"
- often make false promises to people
- it stirs people up
- divide people
[- and often contradict each other several times in the same "holy book"] (Vol. 2, 219).

2.3.
And the stupid "universities"

Theology, philosophy [and also the subject of history] have no answers to the topics of dying, living, matter, origin of matter, origin of consciousness etc. (Vol.1, p.42).

The people of "civilization" have strayed far from the ideal of a preserving life through their "technology" and their rationalism (vol. 1, p.112).

[Life is not preserved, it is being destroyed: 86,400 starvation deaths on earth per day, 1/5 of them children; and of course no family planning or birth control. Materialism-capitalism does not wake up, but continues to wage wars and contaminate the environment, and its "universities" are of no use ... Status: Year 2005].


The subject "Indology" belittles the Vedas

The "Indologists" dismiss the Vedic scriptures as purely "Indian" scriptures and deny the systematic and coherent revelation. They claim that the Vedas are arbitrary and contradicting texts of different religious directions without a common basis and without a common goal (vol. 1, p.53).


The "sciences" in the "universities" falsify the religions

The material "research" of "civilization" falsifies religions
- through formulations of the absoluteness (vol. 1, p.120-121)
- the sanctity of religion is destroyed
- God's revelation is falsified by people

The falsified religion can then be used as a despotic means of power with simplified formulations of "good" and "bad", with the call for the annihilation of people of different faiths etc. (Vol.1, p.121).

[This process of hate religions began with Judaism and continued through Christianity, Islam and all of the splinter groups arising from these three hate religions].

These are absolute claims that contradict any "relativity":

- the masses are seduced, dumbfounded and manipulable [because the negative forces are stronger than the positive forces]

- the masses are demarcated from higher reason [through censorship, the death penalty for "dissenters", indulgences, corruption, inquisition etc.]

Through the manipulations [lasting over generations] and the demarcation from wisdom, mass madness and mass murder through religions are only possible (vol. 1, p.121).

In this sense it is important to differentiate between "absolute" and "absolutist" (Vol.1, p.121).

 

3.
The ego "civilization" of materialism blocks the connection to God: the Ahankara

"Science" cannot interpret the Vedas

The "scientists" cannot correctly interpret the information in the Vedas on this basis because they lack insight into the spiritual dimensions. "Science" itself is cut off from wisdom (Vol.1, p.131).


Telescopes do not lead to knowledge

To "discover" the world is impossible for people with telescopes, etc., because it is not about factors of the outer world that are to be discovered (vol. 1, p.135).

Risi:
"Searching for truth is first and foremost an internal process, because the coverings are in our own consciousness." (Vol. 1, p.135)

The universities don't care about that, because they are content with the little that humans can see (vol. 1, p.135-136).

[And so millions and billions of taxpayers' money are being wasted on "research" that will not bring people any further towards peace.

The souls of the people in the school system and in the system of the "universities" are literally "walled in" by the provoked ego-nerdism within the material world. If you can't stand this dressage, there is no school leaving certificate.

Conversely:
You don't even have to be able to read or write to know where the truth is].


The analytically restricted guna world of the material ego: like the Ahankara classifies the human soul

The element of Ahankara / of the ego separates the true self from reality and allows one to see matter as a false reality (vol. 1, p.137-138).

The constricted Ahankara-View / ego-view allows the formulation that souls are born and would die. The "science" of the material ego / ahankara distinguishes e.g. the following levels of consciousness (vol. 1, p.138):

- Consciousness level of virtue (Sattva-guna)
- Passion level of consciousness (Rajo-guna)
- Awareness level of ignorance (Tamo-guna)
(in: Shrimad-Bhagavatam 3:26:23).

Guna (Sanskrit) means "rope" in German. The Gunas are the souls' connections to the material world. The Gunas determine what we see and perceive, also what the animals see and perceive (vol. 1, p.139). The three gunas can be compared with the three basic colors yellow, red and blue and are no more than the restricted field of vision of the human eye (vol. 1, p.140).

But the fact is:

- every body has its own guna ratios (vol.1, p.140), its own "guna code" with its own reaction and action patterns (vol.1, p.141).

- and as long as people are in the "sea of ​​the material world", they are tossed to and fro by the waves of the Rajo-guna and Tamo-guna (Vol.1, p.141).

Risi puts it this way:
"The material world: a prison for volunteers." (Vol.1, p.220)


Reincarnation: allocation of a body

Risi:
"You always get a body that corresponds exactly to your own frequency of consciousness and the" Guna Code "." (Vol.1, p.141)


The realm of sattva-guna (virtue)

People in virtue are no longer [in a figurative sense] in the "sea of ​​the material world", but actually only near the shore. So virtue is not enough to gain independence from the material world (vol. 1, p.141).


Messenger of God come to the Ahankara world

The messengers of God come into the material world out of "free will, in order to obtain Ahank according to God's willato serve ra-souls. "(Vol.1, p.143)

They each show ways for an alternative to material life (vol. 1, p.143).

The voluntary prison of the material world

The people of materialism want to play master and master and think that the servant role for God is too little for them (vol. 2, p.122). The material world is like a school or a prison until those affected see through the illusion of independence (vol. 2, p.122-123).

Risi:
"The special thing about this prison, however, is that it is a prison for volunteers. [...] Many are not even aware that they are living in a prison." (Vol.2, p.123)

And in this prison the power games of those who need power to compensate for their mental deficits take place:
- they do not recognize the meaning of creation
- They are looking for a meaning in life within materialism
- The goal is a "comfortable position" and a demonstration of power towards subordinates (Vol.2, p.123)

Certain tactics are used to accomplish this:
- either the direct power struggle
- or sneak in
- or play the pity stitch (vol. 2, p.123).

And if the suffering becomes too great, it is suppressed and a frugal function is chosen (vol. 2, p.123).


Top positions in the prison of the material world

The top positions are so comfortable and allow so much power that those few people forget about jail. They have to act exploitative in order to "fill up" with energy, because they are cut off from the divine energy sources [and without exploitation they cannot stay in the "top positions"] (vol. 2, p.124).

In the lower levels there are shackles and chains and ignorance with instinctuality up to the "inability to move and perceive" (vol. 2, p.124).


The escape from the destructive ego world: The substitute gratifications of destruction - the satisfaction comes only with God

Satisfaction is achieved when the connection to the absolute is established. The materially oriented people do not look for the connection to the absolute (to God), but they look for substitute satisfaction in order to achieve a kind of "satisfaction". But the soul is never satisfied with the ephemeral, and so the substitute gratifications repeatedly turn into extremes such as intoxication, anger, violence, perversion, hatred, war etc. (Vol. 1, p.145)

Risi:
"Because you don't know your own true identity, you look for satisfaction in the wrong place." (Vol. 1, p.145)

And these compensations by the Gunas get so out of hand that most people can no longer imagine a pure life (vol. 1, p.145).


The Invisible Worlds: The Parable of the Cloudy Sky

The situation in the ego world / in the ahankara world can be compared to an overcast sky that constantly obscures the sun. People live in an illusion that there is no sun. But there is light, so there must be a sun (vol. 1, p.146).

In this situation people are with regard to the other worlds: There is the earth and life as a phenomenon, so God has to exist somewhere (vol. 1, p.146)

 

4.
"Civilized" people define "mythologies" and "logic" instead of seeking the truth in mythology

The "western man" of "civilization" is scientifically and denominationally programmed [through the school system and through the system of the "universities"] and dismisses the Vedas as unreliable mythology (vol. 1, p.50).

Mythology comes from myth, Greek = divine words or signs. These words or signs are not accessible to "research and the imagination of" civilized "programmed people (Vol.1, p.51).

So mythical means "divine", and certainly not fabulous, fairytale-like, legendary, and a myth is not a product of the imagination, as stupid Westerners [or their propaganda] often understand or want to have them believe (vol. 1, p.51 ).

The technical "civilization" with its "logic" covers the mythical and even describes the loss to the divine sources of the mythical as "progress". The "scientific" intellect is also proud to have eliminated the myth (vol. 1, p.51).

Both parts - myth and logic - are related sources of knowledge that complement each other:

"The Veda contains myth and Logos [...] in the right proportion. "(Vol.1, p.51)

Risi:
"The logical then only gets real meaning when it is seen in the light of the mythical. If one only understands something logically, that does not mean that one understands its meaning (vol. 1, p.53). And much that is going on in our world and in our life is not "logical"! (Vol.1, p.54)

 

5.
The "big bang" is not true - the original leap of consciousness - and Moses and Jerusalem are also a lie - the lie of evolution - forbidden archeology - fossils and missing ages

The Vedic version of the origin of the universe

Risi:
"The created universe arises through Brahma's thought power." (Vol. 2, 221)

"The totality of all universes is an energy of the Supreme Consciousness (Vishnu)." (Vol. 2, 221)

"Matter is a product of consciousness, namely of God's consciousness." (Vol. 2, 221).


The improbable hypothesis of the "big bang" as "coincidence"

The "science" assumes a big bang and a big bang coincidence the development to life (Vol.1, p.55-56) and derives an "evolution" from it, what the "evolutionists" believe in (Vol.1, p.57). From the beginning of the 1950s, the "scientists" - biochemists Stanley Miller and Harold Urey - invented this "big bang theory", and no progress has been made in "research" since then (Vol. 2, 349).

According to the Big Bang theory, an atmospheric mixture of methane, ammonia, carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide and nitrogen together with the "primordial soup" of water and mud and lightning is said to have resulted in amino acids (the basic substance of proteins), as well as nitrogenous bases (the basic building block of DNA) .

In the experiment in a glass sphere, the experiment is carried out under high electrical voltage and under intense radiation (e.g. UV light) (Vol. 2, 349).

The basic mistake of Miller and Urey's experiment, however, is that these building blocks (amino acids and bases) are not the building blocks of life, but the building blocks of matter. The entire experiment is misleadingly that the building blocks are the "building blocks of life", a product of lies and a huge bluff [on which all of "modern medicine" is based] (Vol. 2, 349).

Risi:
"If life were a product of matter, it should at least be possible to bring intact corpses back to life, because there you have the specification of all organs that have been proven capable of supporting life for years." (Vol. 2, 39).


Vedas: Consciousness is the primal force - the primal leap of consciousness

According to Risi, the basic Vedic statement reads:

"In the beginning there was no big bang of matter, but a great leap of consciousness. Ultimately, everything arises from God's consciousness. God-consciousness is therefore the key to all-embracing knowledge." (Vol. 2, 221)

"It is not matter that is the primal force in the universe, but consciousness. Consciousness is not a product of matter, it is animates the matter. "(Vol.2, p.36)

According to Risi, the big bang is not a big bang, but a great leap:

"In the beginning there wasn't a big bang of matter, but a great leap of consciousness." (Vol.2, p.36)


The Bible gives a Moses and Jerusalem and hides all of India

The Bible claims in the Book of Moses that the world will be created in 6 days, the seventh day being the day of rest (Vol. 1, pp. 55-56).

The Bible also claims that Jerusalem is the center of faith (vol. 1, pp. 55-56), according to the "creationists", believers in creation (vol. 1, p. 57).

India does not appear anywhere in these theses - be it in "science" or in the "Bible" - and the whole other world - so the book religions claim - are unbelievers (vol. 1, p.56). [They are just "hate religions"].

Most people just dodge this question about the wisdom of Asia and say, "No time for such questions." (Vol.1, p.57)

[Individual actions by a Pope do not have much effect on the programming of the hate religions. The "holy scriptures" are so pervaded by formulations of hatred that they should actually be banned as racist scriptures. A correction of the "holy scriptures" does not take place until today (status 2005) ...]


Evolution is wrong either - forbidden archeology - book by Thompson and Cremo - fossils represent episodes - missing ages - wrong age determinations

The "scientific" theorists are - like the religions - masters in inventing. Darwin, for example, claims that all life arose from a mere combination of atoms and molecules. The "evolution theorists" equate organically dead matter with living beings. With the Darwinian evolution theorists, the soul is not part of life, is simply not taken into account, but living beings should live like robots (vol. 1, p.162).

That is why a large part of the archaeological finds is kept secret because they do not fit into the Darwin theory (vol. 1, p.162). A book from Dr Richard Thompson and Michael Cremo gives information about this:

"Forbidden Archeology. The Hidden History of the Human Race; Badger Govardhana Hill 1993, original over 800 pages.

in abbreviated version as:
"The Hidden History of the Human Race; Badger (Govardhana Hill 1993, 1994)

in German:
"Forbidden Archeology - Sensational Finds Change the World"; Verlag Bettendorf; Essen 1994 (Vol. 1, pp. 401,412).

Millions of years old human traces are kept secret until today (see: Forbidden Archeology) (Vol. 1, p.172).

The history of the earth is also allowed on the basis of fossilized fossils Not because fossils are formed by rapid and airtight spillage or flooding. These are special cases. In all other processes, the animals rot and there are no fossils. The "normally decayed epochs" are all missing if one wants to reconstruct world history with fossils only (Vol.1, p.172-173).

The assumption that matter was equally compressed in all ages is also very daring. Thus all age determinations of "science" are probably not correct (Bd.1, p.173) [resp. the determination methods such as the C14 method are probably not correct].

Thus fossils already have an informative value about the ecosystem of the past time, but most likely whole ages are missing (vol. 1, p.173).

 

6.
The Structure of the World According to the Vedas: The Basics for Understanding the World

The Vedas explain the highest meaning of life and thereby lift the view of life away from material life (vol. 1, p.107).

The Vedas describe the eternal kingdom of God outside of God's kingdom, outside of Brahma-Reich (vol. 1, p.175-176).

Natural, preserving life takes place on the basis of God's laws, liberated from industry and technocracy (vol. 1, p.112).


The necessary analysis

"In order to understand the world in which we live, we must understand ourselves, and in order to understand ourselves, we must understand the world in which we live." (Vol. 1, p. 13)

[People who have no spiritual relation to God therefore actually live in constant spiritual apathy].


Veda in 4 or 5 parts

The Veda message is:
vedam ekam catur-vidham ... vedas catvara uddhritah (Vol.1, p.53); translated:

"In order to spread the original source of knowledge, the Veda, among the people, Vyasa wrote down the Veda and divided it into four parts and a fifth." (Shrimad-Bhagavatam 1.4.19b-20) (Vol.1, p.53).

The "Vedas" consist of "4 Vedas":
- Yajur Veda
- Rig / Rg Veda
- Sama Veda
- Atharva Veda (vol. 1, p. 40).


The term "Veda"

Cosmos means in Greek: ordered unity (vol. 1, p. 13).

The term "Vedas" is also used as a collective term for "Vedic writings" (vol. 1, p. 40).

Veda (Sanskrit) means: "holy knowledge" about the eternal, human and divine truths (vol.1, p.15), means "real knowledge" (vol.1, p.31), means "knowledge, revelation" ( Vol.1, p.40), means "primal knowledge" about the higher relationships in the multidimensional cosmos (Vol.2, p.348).

Veda refers to the overall picture of scientific literature, religion, medicine, music etc. as a "harmonious whole" (Vol.1, p.32)

Veda is the timeless revelation of human and divine truths (vol. 1, p.32), which were known in many earlier cultures before the establishment of the one-god religions. The ancient Indian tradition stands out (vol. 2, p.348). Other civilizations that were aware of the timeless revelation were
- Mallona
- Lemuria
- Atlantis
- Noah's people (vol. 2, p.35).

So: Veda can be found all over the world not only in India, but "in all cultures and religions - also in India "(Vol. 1, pp. 32-33).

"Veda appeared in India in its original form and with a unique abundance. This does not make the Veda a [specifically] Indian truth, just as the sun is not Indian just because it appears [for Europeans] in the east [towards India] . " (Vol.1, p.33)

The Vedic scriptures describe the steps on the way to the goal and describe the goal itself. Essential for this are the Bhagavad-gita and the Shrimad braagavatam (vol.2, p.348).

The gods are always there, only man has to be receptive to them (Vol. 1, p. 21).


Veda researcher: Sanskrit researcher

August Wilhelm von Schlegel was a pioneer of Sanskrit research. He spoke German, English, French, Spanish, Dutch, Latin, Greek, Hebrew, Arabic, Persian, and in the end he also learned Sanskrit (vol. 1, p.34).


Upanisads: The ancient Indian didactic poem about the invisible and visible: The fig tree

From the didactic poems a famous story with the student Shvetaketu should be mentioned, who is clever but not yet wise (vol. 1, p.25). The pupil thinks that a seed is just a seed, and that there is a whole fig tree in the seed. So it is wisdom to see what one can not yet see: the tree that will emerge afterwards: to see what is not yet visible (vol. 1, p.26).

The principle of understanding the sense of truth applies to all of the “holy scriptures”. The guru / teacher says in the parable of the fig tree:

"The meaning is hidden in God's words
like the tree in the seed. Infinite Truth
it emerges from God's words as infinite
many trees from the seed. "(Vol. 1, p. 26)

At the same time one should also get to know one's own life force, oneself, in order to become wise out of it (vol. 1, p.26).


The "science" of "civilization" knows nothing about seeds: the proof

Risi:
"A seed is more than just the sum of the molecules that make it up, because otherwise science would long ago have been able to produce a seed synthetically or chemically." (Vol.1, p.31)

So "science" is miles away from wisdom and truth and cannot even understand a seed let alone produce it (Vol.1, p.31).

[How much money does "civilization" want to throw out the window for "research" of the material world if it does not even understand a seed?]

 

7.
The various Vedic sciences

The Vedic science before the collapse of the Vedic civilization worked with energies that humans no longer know at the moment (vol. 1, p.35). The Vedic writings give an insight into the higher reality of that time (vol. 1, p.51).

Thus all Vedic descriptions and formulas for "civilization" remain inexplicable. The tradition is also incomplete, and the Vedic sages of that time are no longer there. Thus, large gaps have arisen in the Veda (vol. 1, p.35).

But: Risi:
"The sources that were accessible to high Vedic culture are still accessible today." (Vol. 1, p. 35)

So through spiritual work man can get access to these divine sources again (vol. 1, p.35).


7.1. Ayur Veda

Medicine with consideration of the gross and the energetic ("subtle") body

Many illnesses have subtle causes and are psychosomatic. The relationship between the elements is okay in health and disturbed in illness. Thus, illness is about a correction of the disturbed balance, through targeted nutritional science
- with the central importance of vegetarianism
- Part of it raw food
- and targeted fasting
- and correct breathing (vol. 1, p.35).

Ayur-Veda works with the method of supporting health and not fighting death. [One cannot fight death anyway, as "civilized" medicine always claims].


The adaptation of Ayur-Veda to the present day: the reasons

- Large parts of the knowledge are lost
- many medicinal herbs are no longer available today (vol. 1, p.35)
- Many medicinal herbs today no longer have the same effect or no longer have any effect
So there is only limited information and training possible (vol. 1, p.36).


The healing of "civilization" is possible

- Stop all chemical drug "research"
- stop animal experiments (vivisection) and school "medical" "research"
- develop the Ayur-Veda anew
- educate society and change lifestyles and diets throughout society and enforce the change.

Such a realization would improve the physical and mental health of society in a very short time (vol. 1, p.36).

Risi:
"If today the billions that are spent on the development of chemical" medicines ", on vivisection [animal experiments] and questionable research, would be invested in the new development of Ayur-Veda (with corresponding educational work and changes in lifestyle and diet on a broad basis), would improve the physical and mental health of mankind within a very short time. " (Vol.1, p.36)

[Complement:
Since the governments of the "civilized" world and around the world want the populations to remain stupid on average in order to be able to govern them better, the governments are unlikely to agree to such a health program ...]


7.2. Jyotir-Veda

"Science of the luminous heavenly bodies"
This is Vedic astronomy and astrology with the knowledge of the connections between cosmic and earthly conditions (vol. 1, p.36).


The Purana scriptures of the Vedas

The Purana scriptures contain cosmology with information about the universe. This information comes from "higher sources". The information coincides with the "scientific" research of "civilization".

Risi concludes:
"When sources provide such astonishing information that is only discovered thousands of years later by technical means, then one should also take seriously the other information that comes from these sources." (Vol.1, p.36)

In some cases, information from the Vedas is even kept secret from the world:

- the universe is not empty, but multidimensional

- in each dimension there are own worlds with higher dimensional beings, civilizations and forms of energy

- extraterrestrial intelligences are positive and negative minded and have been visiting earth since ancient times (vol. 1, p.37).


7.3. Vimana-Veda: The science of flying objects, building instructions, metal alloys, formulas

- Some of the writings have been lost
- Some of the scriptures have not yet been translated
- At the time of the Vedic culture, forms of energy were used that are still unknown in "civilization" today (Bd.1, p.37).


7.4. Sthapatya-Veda: The science of architecture

with archeology, temple construction, statics, sacred geometry, geomancy (consideration of earthly power points), pyramid construction, temple pyramids in South India etc. (Vol. 1, p.37).


7.5. Dhamur-Veda: The science of fighting with weapons

Mechanical, human-operated weapons are called shastra marked (vol. 1, p.37):
- for each weapon there was a counter-weapon to neutralize the other
- other weapons destroyed the targets without causing damage to the area
- other other weapons were able to search for the targets themselves, by means of sound waves or temperature waves, or by means of thought guidance (vol. 1, p.38).

Weapons that function through higher energies and can be used through mantras or thought power are called astra (Vol.1, p.37-38), with a destructive power that corresponds to today's atomic or neutron bombs (Vol.1, p.38).

Weapons were only used to defend against dark forces (vol. 1, p.38).

The scriptures like that Mahabharata describe such explosions that cause "subsequent hair loss", similar to today's radioactivity. The radioactivity from that time is confirmed by finds of thousands of years old skeletons in the excavated city Mohenjodaro at the Indus (Vol. 1, p.38).

[And there will probably be a lot more to come ...]


7.7. Silpa-sastra: "Book of diverse transformations"
includes geometry, mathematics, mental arithmetic, converting Sanskrit mantras into scientific formulas (vol. 1, p.38).

7.8. Natya-sastra: "Book of Physical Expression"
includes theater instructions, dance instructions, meaning of movement (vol. 1, p.38). Movements also represent words, with intensification up to poems and prayers in the form of movement (vol. 1, p.39).

7.9. Gandharva-vidya: "Music", the "knowledge of the extraterrestrial Gandharvas"
whereby Gandharvas are angel-like beings (vol. 1, p.39).

[Angels are positive extraterrestrials].


7.10. Samskrti: The language "arranged according to cosmic patterns"
The samskrti includes language art, grammar, metrics, prosody and poetics. According to Risi, Sanskrit is the oldest written language and at the same time "the most advanced language" that exists. The serious basic study in Sanskrit takes 12 years.
- with an inexhaustible vocabulary
- with grammar, syntax, metrics
- with phonetic laws
- with complex word meanings.
The varied language indicates the high level of the Vedic culture (vol. 1, p.39).

[Then English in terms of grammar with only one article and without declensions etc. would not be very high ...]

 

8.
The highest spiritual knowledge and revelations in the Vedic scriptures

The world is a sea of ​​energy

The Vedas describe the "absolute truth", the "unbound truth" (from Latin: graduate, German: untie (Bd.1, p.118-119).

God is both person and energy (vol. 1, p.211).

Risi:
"The Absolute is both energy and person (energy source)." (Vol.1, p.217)

Until today the "scientists" are arguing who the person is (Vol.1, p.217).

John Wheeler, a nuclear physicist, space-time theorist and hydrogen bomb engineer, confirms the notion that the world is energy:

"Everything we know has its origin in an infinite sea of ​​energy that looks like nothing."
(John Wheeler; In: Guitton: Gott und die Wissenschaft, Artemis 1993, p.39; Risi p.105,400)


Names for God

In the Vedas God has different names for God, the "Absolute": Krishna, Govinda, Bhagavan, Narayana, Vishnu etc. (vol. 1, p.131).

God is the eternal reality, where everything is unlimited, including diversity and individuality (vol. 1, p.176).

And this "absolute" is the "unity".

Risi:
"The real unity is that which unites everything, the absolute." (Vol.1, p.225)


Divine Vedic Scriptures

The writings of the Upanisads, Vedanta-sutra, the puranas, the Ramayana, the Mahabraarata, the Bhagavad-gita, the Shrimad braagavatam (vol. 1, p.39):

- Description of God's incarnations
- Description of God's personal appearance, e.g. Krishna 5000 years ago as the last high point of Vedic culture with the revelation of the Bhagavad-gita as the climax ("The Song of God") (vol. 1, p. 40).

To this day, the spiritual knowledge of teachers (Parampara), accompanied by written records. The core of the Veda is preserved through oral transmission and written records despite many new religions (vol. 1, p. 40).


The Vedas say that man does not see many dimensions

The Vedas assume that man lives in a three-dimensionally limited space and can therefore never know everything, but only believe it. In this sense, unpredictable factors from other dimensions must always be expected on earth (vol. 1, p.43).

As a perfect source of knowledge only perfect beings come into question (vol. 1, p.44). According to the Vedas, perfect knowledge can only be obtained about the highest order, about the perfect source: God or God-sent [positive extraterrestrials] (vol. 1, p.44).


God Krishna as the goal of knowledge - living with the Vedas brings the truth

God Krishna is defined in the Bhagavad-gita (15,15) itself to the goal of knowledge (vol. 1, p.44):

"The goal of all Vedic writings / all knowledge is to know Me." (Vol.1, p.45)

According to Risi, the other way around can be said:

"Only that knowledge that God aims at is science." (Vol.1, p.45)

"The imperfect man can only expect to find real knowledge (Veda) if he gets it from a perfect source." (Vol.1, p.45)

Whoever lives according to the Vedas will experience the truth. But hardly anyone in "civilization" is willing to live according to the Vedas (vol. 1, p.47).


Veda

- describes "the transcendental (original, not dependent on human sensory perception) reality"

- Veda also means to lead a positive creative way of life without sending out negative energies [but this does not mean having to endure negative energies!] (Vol.1, p.49)

- Veda knowledge brings benefits, meaning and fulfillment (vol.1, p.50), the "modern" education, on the other hand, is largely useless for actual life (vol.1, p.49)

- only through the revelation of God through the Vedas people get the free choice to live with or without manipulation of the material world (vol. 1, p.227).


[Example of "modern" education: the hostile high schools in Switzerland

The "modern" education, e.g. at high schools, includes specialist knowledge of mathematics and chemistry, which is absolutely useless in general life. The parabolic calculations, the probability and the high chemical formulas are still compulsory for the Swiss Matura. This eliminates other basic curriculum that would be really important to sustaining life. Such strangers from high schools then occupy high positions in the state boardrooms, and so the world becomes more and more hostile to life.

In the Swiss state system, people are thus increasingly cut off from the actual knowledge of life, because people have lived happily for a long time even without parabolic calculations, probability or chemical formulas. The education directorates are responsible for the decay of knowledge about nature ...]

 

9.
The Vedic Genesis


The highest god is called Krsna / Krishna

God Krishna is beyond cosmos and chaos. He stands above the creators Brahma and about Vishnu (vol. 1, p.84). God Krishna is not an element of the duality of light and shadow, but stands above the event (vol. 1, p.85).

In many religions this information is missing, so that God is included in the duality and is set against the "devil". Religions no longer know that God is really above duality. Then correct meditation is also no longer possible, and earthly projections are projected into the revelations, or the revelations do not come from "God" at all, but from other "gods" (vol. 1, p.85).


The god Vishnu - cosmology - cosmogony

God Vishnu is creation and energy at the same time, is transcendent:

Risi:
"He [Lord Vishnu] is also energy and Shape, structure and Intelligence, information and Person."

"The Vedic revelation therefore does not contain just one cosmologybut also one cosmogony, because it is able to explain the origin (gonos) of the cosmos, because it started out from the origin (Vishnu). "(Vol. 1, p.107)


Derivation: The word matter comes from "mater"

Matter comes from the Latin "mater", = "mother of creation", in Sanskrit "prakrti" (Bd.1, p.59). Matter is a relative truth among many other dimensions (Vol.1, p.120). According to the Upanisads, this matter is unlimited (vol. 1, p.131), namely "as infinite energy, that is, divine energy" (vol. 1, p.132).

Time is also born with matter (vol. 2, p.157).

Prakrti / matter / the "mother of creation" is paraphrased in Sanskrit with

Pradhan / A = the "main neuter" (the neutral, unevolved), "the unclear, not yet divided, potential material energy" that always exists

and
Mahat-tattwa (Vol. 1, p.59).

The ephemeral form comes from energy (vol. 1, p.59), that is: In the energy Pradhawell, the form is already potentially included. It only needs the right conditions for the form to develop [just as a seed only seeks a suitable place to produce the plant] (Vol. 1, p. 60).

Mahat-tattva is the "great material cause", is the state where the elements are already sorted but not yet formed. But they are already programmed to create a shape (vol. 1, p. 60).

The mahat-tattva
- is "the activated totality of material energy"
- is the "sea of ​​causes"

and from this the universes are formed (vol. 1, p.63).


Derivation: The word chaos

Chaos is the Pradhana-state, a still "disordered and unformed world state", a "zero order: there is still" nothing "that could be ordered." In this sense, chaos is not a "disorder" of things, but chaos is nothing without order in a dimension that has not yet been condensed: there are still no things in the condensed dimension (vol. 1, p. 60).


God I.shvara: Krishna and Brahman - the fertilizer Vishnu

God (I.shvara) is unlimited according to the Vedas, is energy and form at the same time, is unity
- from the highest person (Krishna)
- and of the highest energy (Brahman) (Vol.1, p.61)

- The Most High, God [Krishna], is neither man nor woman, but life energy
- the "father" of life is Vishnu, the fertilizer of matter [as a servant of Krishna] (vol.1, p.59).


Vishnu fertilizes chaos and creates forms - Krishna is above Vishnu

Vishnu is the transcendental prime creator of the material worlds. Above him stands Krishna, the "all-attractive" of all worlds (vol. 1, p. 60). Vishnu is thus one of the extensions of Krishna (vol. 1, p.61).

Vishnu orders the energies. He is the "all-pervading one". He sows the J.iva souls in the Mahat-tattva (vol. 1, p. 60) / in the sea of ​​energy (vol. 1, p. 63). His gaze fertilizes the primordial matter Mahat-tattva and thus turns part of the Krishna realm into matter. Through the creation of matter, chaos is organized into cosmos and time is set in motion (vol. 1, p.61).


Vishnu breathes out universes and breathes in again

Vishnu exhales universes in seed form. These universes grow up and then collapse again and are breathed in again by Vishnu (vol. 2, p.157).

Vishnu creates the universes from one seed from the "sea of ​​causes" Mahat-tattva. The universes expand and then collapse again, back into the "unmanifested state (Avyakta)" (vol. 1, p.63). Expansion (expansion) and contraction (collapse) of the universes is compared in the Vedas with a breath of Vishnu: A universe is exhaled (expansion) and inhaled again (collapse) (vol. 1, p.63,64).

What is called "Big Bang" by "science" is the beginning of a breath from Vishnu (vol.1, p.132).

Between the exhalation (birth and expansion of a universe) and inhalation (annihilation of a universe) there is a long stationary phase. And so Vishnu breathes out an infinite number of universes and breathes in again (vol. 1, p.64).


The germinating universe lives through the energy from outside - Vishnu's creations: "Vishnu's dream"

The universe is "a germinating organism that grows, persists for a certain period of time and then disappears" like a gigantic wave movement. The universes are nourished. They are "energized and directed by divine intelligence." In this sense, every matter in a universe depends on the energy from outside (vol. 1, p.65).

The energy of matter creates endless temporary forms such as universes, atoms, planets, bodies and living beings.God's dimension is the spiritual diversity, like a dream, in contrast to matter, which is like the waking state. The Vedas call the material world "Vishnu's dream" (vol. 1, p.132). All beings in the universe are the beings of Vishnu's dream (vol.1, p.133).


The universe "anda" as a multi-layered egg with 7 layers - the dark center

Universe means in Sanskrit: anda, literally translated: egg (vol.1, p.64), but also: "darkness" (vol.1, p.65).

Risi:
"The word anda means not only "egg", but also "darkness", because the universe is a material area with "shells", a cosmic space-time bubble within the spiritual realm beyond space and time. The Vedic scriptures describe that the universe is enveloped by seven successive layers of elements, each ten times more extensive than the previous one.

Thereby the universe (anda) forms an area of ​​darkness within. However, the light is the original force. Darkness is nothing but the absence of light and has no self-contained or independent existence. "

Darkness and night do not yet exist in "chaos", but only in the created universe (vol. 1, p.65).


The Genesis in Moses leaves out the prehistory and begins with the fertilization of the earth

Risi:
"Half of every universe consists of one Garbhodaka (garbha and udaka," sea "," energy field "), and on this Garbha sea there is the second Vishnu (Garbhodaka-sayi Vishnu). That is the scene in which the world is desolate and empty and God's spirit hovers over the waters (Genesis 1,1-2). The Genesis of the Old Testament only begins here, late and only sketchily. " (Vol.1, p.66)

"According to the Vedic explanation, the Barbha Sea is one higher, transcendental matterwhich is directly related to Garbhodakashayi Vishnu. The Shrimad braagavatam (2.10.10) describes this with the formula

apah asraksit sucih sucih:

"Water (apah) that is created (asraksit), but completely pure (sucih) and transcendental (sucih when mentioned twice)."

"The influence of the Garbha dimension on the other half of the universe can only be recognized indirectly (vol. 1, p.66), namely in the form of the cyclical renewal of the gross matter through dissolution. That is why the Shrimad braagavatam (3.8.11) the Garbha Sea is also the "water of dissolution", because the Garbha dimension remains even when the physical-material worlds of the universe are dissolved and recreated. "(Vol. 1, p. 67)


Vishnu animates the matter of the universes

Vishnu animates all universes so that they become a cosmos with the primordial matter. The symbol for the primordial matter is "the cosmic lotus flower" (vol. 2, p.157).


Vishnu's first creation: the demigod Brahma on a lotus flower and its path of knowledge

The primordial matter becomes Brahma, the creator deity, born a Brahma per universe (vol. 2, p.157).

Risi:
"Vishnu is the source and the center of all energy; from His" navel "emerges the universal lotus [symbol for the world], on whose blossom the first created being, the demigod Brahma, appears. "(Vol.1, p.67)

Brahma means in German "Executor of Creation". He is born on the planet "Brahmas", which is the only planet in the first young universe (vol. 1, p.67).

Brahma now begins to search for the origin of the lotus (for the origin of the world). The research turns out to be unfathomable and incomprehensible. He finds one dimension after the other without coming to an end. There is God's sound ta-pa ta-pa, the first sound in the universe: the voice of Vishnu. The syllables ta-pa are "the sound representation of renunciation and asceticism." (Vol.1, p.67).

Brahma responds to the advice and renounces his self-centered attitude, in Sanskrit "Ahankara "(the material world principle that wants to be independent of God). Brahma trusts the divine energies and thus frees himself from the ego attitude" Ahankara ". Sitting on the lotus he goes into meditation and hears his task through Vishnu's voice, which is now coming from within: He is to equip the empty universe with planets and living beings (vol. 1, p.69).

[Brahma becomes Vishnu's servant].

From Brahma all further creations arise. Brahma consists of matter in its least condensed finest state: is universal, all-pervading, is directly through Brahmas consciousness formed (vol. 2, p.157).


Steering energy by means of renunciation - the word "energy"

With the higher consciousness by means of renunciation it is always possible to concentrate forces and consciously direct them, to channel energy and thereby to form orderly forms. Every person is an energy and can use it and perform works, analogous to the meaning of the word

Greek érgon = work, effect
and
Greek energO