“THE Vedas are the lighthouse of eternal wisdom leading man to salvation and inspiring him to supreme accomplishment.
The omnipresence of eternal Being, unmanifested and absolute; Its status as That, even in the manifested diversity of creation; and the possibility of the realization of Being by any man in terms of himself – these are the great truths of the perennial philosophy of the Vedas.
The Vedas reveal the unchanging Unity of life which underlies the evident multiplicity of creation, for Reality is both manifest and unmanifest, and That alone is. “I am That, thou art That and all this is That”, is the Truth; and this is the kernel of the Vedic teaching, which the rishis extol as teaching “worthy of hearing, contemplating and realizing”.
The truth of Vedic wisdom is by its very nature independent of time and can therefore never be lost. When, however, man’s vision becomes one-sided and he is caught by binding influence of the phenomenal world to the exclusion of the Absolute phase of Reality when he is thus confined within ever-changing phases of existence, his life loses stability and he begins to suffer. When suffering grows, the invincible force of nature moves to set man’s vision right and establish a way of life which will again fulfill the high purpose of his existence. The long history of the world records many such periods in which the ideal pattern of life is first forgotten and then restored to man.”
Maharishi Mahesh Yogi on Bhagavad-Gita, an Introduction
This page is dedicated to research, investigations, and exposing appropriate essays with topics closely related to the Vedic Civilization which was thriving in Vedic India all until 2000 B.C., let’s say so. Though, need to say, Veda is Totality and no any aspect of life can be considered as a separate part of the Veda itself. That means that even when we are considering some other events, figures or world ages out of the context of mentioned Vedic Civilization, this is still in the domain of the Veda.
Vedic Literature has been facing big problems with placing certain important works in the historical time frame. Due to that even the entire content and appropriate messages were not evaluated properly. Discrepancies and differences in opinions are huge even today. All that should become very easy when and if we determine the proper world age of King Rama, or for example when Lord Krishna was walking on Earth. The science of today is not sure even about the Siddhartha Gautama Budha, who lived very recently, close to our time actually, but when exactly nobody knows.
The entire story started to unfold, and unbelievable revelations did happen, when I had started to use Vedic Astrology-Jyotish in order to decipher when these three important figures of Vedic times lived, as well as some others by the way. Even though that was painstaking work indeed, somehow, step by step, and bit by bit, these problems were resolved, everything was put in proper place, in proper context so to say, and Vedic Literature is finally deciphered. That includes the very precious original teaching of Lord Krishna and others as well. This is very important, because if and when we trace every religion back to the source, well then, many problems can be solved. After all, then perhaps we find out that there is no reason for religions to differ at all. Furthermore, some other quite radical and shocking details surfaced along with the entire research.
Need to mention that this is not the very beginning of this research. It is more like the middle, we can say. Nevertheless, this group of essays can be followed independently, though it is recommended to be followed together with other groups of essays. Because, only by considering all the essays together, that will make the story to be just as one unique unit.
Essays can be found at following links … It would be good to follow them in mentioned order…