Rain Making Veda Mantra

One must follow this approach this when studying the Vedas. Whereas Science explains the procedure of every experiment and makes you understand the results, The Vedas gives you the result and keeps quiet about the processes. In Science you are expected to obey the Laboratory Conditions to get the desired , consistent result. In the case of the Vedas , this is replaced by faith and adherence to some procedures which one may not be able to understand. Extend the courtesy to the Vedic thoughts as you would for a Laboratory procedure, you shall get unimaginable results by applying the principles of the Vedas. I had already posted how electric Power was generated by using the two lines of the Purusha Sukta. Now I am posting information as to how to make rains, not artificial ones, but natural one.


Rig Veda Theorem Unleashes Energy From Space

I have posed an article how the first two lines of the Purusha is used to Generate Electricity. Check the sloka for words and Syllables. Check the period in which the Rig Veda was written and find out Daily Cycles. Use the unit wave length. Use The value of light speed then, it was as it is measured today. Use the derived value of light speed as number of cycles of unit wavelength using the principle of simultaneity (which is self-similar and scale invariant. Taking the log (10) ratio of difference between measured and derived value.

Purusha Suktha Generates Electricity Prototype

I had a very interesting comment on my post on Electricity and Vedas shared in Facebook. The comment was to the effect that the information in the Indian Texts are so allegorical and descriptive that it is very difficult to sift Data from these. True, My reply was that I have, with the help of references from the Internet and Books, have been positing articles and these may be found under Astrophysics and Science. Interpretations of the Vedic texts depends on the reader as well. Apart from a good exposure to Sanskrit one has to have a grounding in Indian Philosophical systems, not only the Vedas and the subject matter he wants to look for in the Vedas. If one wants to find references to Quantum Theory, one should have a clear understanding of Quantum so that one knows what to look for. I found an interesting interpretation of the Purusha Sukta. Based on the first two lines a Prototype of an Electrical Motor was developed and it generated Power! The Power Input was 126 Watts, Output 303 Watts. This is achievement as there is an additional generation of Power from 126 to 333. Quantum Theory states there is a Vacuum at the Sub-Atomic level, called the Quantum Vacuum Field. Hinduism differs here. It states that there is no vacuum but Ether that contains Electricity. I recently delivered a Lecture on this subject. I shall post an article and Video on this shortly. Now Power from Purusha Sukta.

Veda Verses On Electricity Power Generation

I am searching the Vedic Texts for Modern Concepts of Physics and sharing them. I have posted articles on Atomic Theory,Quantum Physics, The Velocity of Light,Gravity, Architecture, Microbiological,Advanced Surgery including Plastic Surgery,Atomic Weapons,Advanced Concepts concerning Multi verses, Theory that goes beyond Quantum Mechanics,Aviation,Spaceships, Atomic weapons. Here I am sharing the verses from the Vedas on Electricity with out my comments, for the verses are self-explanatory. I shall be posting an article on the generation of Electricity based on The Purusha Sukta, with the Photo of the prototype. " (Rig. 1.32.13). To begin with, there is the description electricity which forms in the clouds in the form of lightning.

Quantum Indian Philosophy One Sloka Shankara

But The ignorance is the impediment for Realization and Ganesha removes it. And Subramanya , in His six aspects, is the Best among those who realized Brahman, who taught His father, Shiva, the Pranava,. In Sanskrit if you add 'Su' as an affix , it indicates the best, He is Su-Brahmanya, Subramanya. Now enjoy the gret Meenakshi Pancharatna , where Adi Shanjkaracharya talks of Quantum and Indian Philosophy at the same time

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