Sarasvati, wife of Brahma
EARTH IS THE AIM
book : Gods
Part 5 : Atlants , Chapter 13 –
The Puranas are the legends
that recount the lives and exploits of the gods
Remember that all these sacred texts are written by people
who watch the gods live
They tell what they see, even if they do not understand
technology and interpret it as divine powers
Transmission even if it is written in a period of time as
important and with changes in language and writing, because for the last
scribes who have transmitted these texts at the beginning of our era, after
more than 3 to 4000 years, it becomes a story fully divine, since the scribes
could not see or even imagine what has been seen their ancestors
It must also, as I recall, remember that the gods men are
evolved animals, monkeys …
In fact if you subtract the year of Hanuman syllable, you
get … human.
The mythological story of Hindu gods is therefore
that of Atlantis
And compare their prowess with technologies of today and
tomorrow, and it is not at all … God.
Especially when, as in the Ramayana, Rama hesitated before
using the ultimate weapon to be used only where extreme!
So to make you want to read, here are some stories in
Shiva decided one day to the ocean to marry Ganga, the
goddess of the Ganges.
From their union was born a child named Jalandhar.
It ran on the waves on the trees and waved his fist at the
sky, saying that one day he would seize the three worlds and drove the gods.
He played with the lava of volcanoes, huge rocks moved and
wanted more than anything to have the three worlds.
Shiva was fun, but it is wrong not to heed the words of
Shortly after his marriage, Jalandhara declared war on the
It was powerful and the gods could not destroy it.
The gods, in the same spirit, joined forces in a drive
light, the rays of Shiva’s third eye and Vishnu to put his anger.
When the master of asceticism Jalandhara threw the gun at
the head of it was cut short. But Shiva had launched the drive of fire with
such force that his third eye had fallen.
Today, when you hear the thunder rumbling is Jalandhara
head rolling on the clouds.
The eye of Shiva, fell on earth among men is kept in a
sanctuary, where no one has ever penetrated.
To combat the clan of Kauravas, Arjuna was seeking a
powerful weapon called “pasupatastra.”
He made so many practices of asceticism.
Shiva was determined to provide him with the weapon before
but wanted to test the strength of the warrior.
He disguised himself as a hunter and went into the forest.
He pulled together Arjuna on a boar.
Both claimed the animal, but none would give way.
A fight ensued. Arjuna had to concede defeat, but because
he had fought bravely, Shiva granted him the weapon.
Garuda, half man, half-vulture, is the mount of Vishnu.
Its name means winged Word comes from the Sanskrit word
“GRI” meaning speech.
Consequently, it is the magic words of the Vedas.
Garuda’s birth is told by the caption:
Kadru and Vinata were two sisters, both wives of Kasyapa.
The first son decided to have a thousand, while the second
only wanted two children.
After 500 years, the eggs hatch Kadru, the Nagas were
Impatient Vinata broke the shell of one of her eggs.
Aruna, his son, had only the upper part of his body.
Vinata then decided to smolder for another 500 years the
When it hatches, Garuda was born, the man – bird.
Meanwhile, his sister Kadru made prisoner.
Garuda to deliver his mother decided to steal the amrita,
the nectar of immortality, and concludes that for a deal with Vishnu.
Garuda became the mount of Vishnu and the natural enemy of
His wife was Unnati son whom he had six: Sunami
(step-name) Sumukha (beautiful-face), Suruk (bel-brightness), Sunetra
(bel-eye), Subala (sister-in-force), Suvarcas (sister-in-force ).
Of those born son eating birds snakes, killer time.
Garuda is now considered a deity in itself.
churning sea of milk
The churning sea of milk – the amritamanthana – is one
of the fundamental myths of Hinduism.
At the beginning of time, the gods or devas and demons or
asuras, who were then all mortal, were fighting for control of the world.
The deva, weakened and defeated, requested the assistance
of Vishnu, who offered them to join forces with the asura in order to extract
the amrita, the nectar of immortality Kshirodadhî, the sea of milk.
To do this, they should throw magic herbs into the sea,
overthrow the Mount
Mandara in order to put
the top on the carapace of the turtle Akûpâra, an avatar of Vishnu, and use the
serpent Vasuki, the king of the Nagas, to put the mountain to rotate by pulling
After many years of effort, churning occurred when a
number of extraordinary items and wonderful beings:
Or Hala-Hala Kalakuta, a poison that Shiva goal before it
can spread and destroy the world.
It will retain a blue mark at the throat.
However a few drops escaped and were licked by snakes and
scorpions and are the source of their venom
Surabhi, the cow of plenty, perpetual source of milk and
butter, which meets all requirements
Varuna, the goddess of wine, rolling his eyes
Parijat, the tree of paradise perfuming the world of fragrance
of its flowers
Chandra, the moon, Shiva para her hair
Ucchaisshravas, the white horse, the ancestor of all
horses, including seven mouths symbolize the seven colors of the rainbow sky
Airâvata, the white elephant that became the mount of
the Apsaras or celestial nymphs
Shri (Lakshmi), the goddess of beauty and wealth, seated
on a lotus
Kaustubh, consciousness without blemish, then the jewel
that adorned the chest of Vishnu, Krishna, but also
and finally Dhanvantari, the physician deva – often
considered a minor avatar of Vishnu and future king of Kasi – holding in his
hands cut, Kumbha, full of amrita, the nectar of immortality.
As soon as they saw him, the asura fell upon him and
seized the cup before the devas can not intervene.
Vishnu then took the form of Mohini, the most beautiful
woman in the world, and while the asuras were subdued, he took the cup and
handed it to deva.
Made immortal now, the
devas could not be defeated and they rushed the asuras into hell.
However, during this
last fight, a few drops of amrita fell at four locations in India:
in the river Godavari in Nasik,
the Shipra in Ujjain, and in the Ganges at Hardwar and Prayag or Allahabad.
These four cities, blessed by the major nectar became places
of pilgrimage where gatherings are held kumbhamelâ appointed.