The Cosmic Origin of the Rig Veda

I am happy to announce my new book, the culmination of 20 years of continuous study of ancient texts, titled “The Cosmic Origin of the RigVeda”. The RigVeda is the oldest book in the world and the most sacred book of the Hindu religion. Although translated into all languages its subject matter has remained a mystery until today. My interest is not one of linguistics, but what the Rig Veda reveals about the creation of the Earth. Its 1,028 hymns voice fears of thunderbolts, meteorite ‘falls’ and world-wide earthquakes (the Biblical raash), at the same time offering praise for deluges, clouds of red soil and Soma (manna in the Bible, haoma, ambrosia) the first intoxicating dew, containing live sprouts which brought all current vegetative life to the Earth between 3687 and 687 BC, (leaving no time for evolution). It tells of ninety-nine thirty-year cycles of captures (kalpas) and releases (pralayas) of Indra in a geostationary orbit above Mt. Kailas the incremental tidal drag of which produced cratons which raised the continents and moved them to their current positions in only 3,000 years. Seismology has only recently become sufficiently sensitive to detect the incremental nature of the cratons, and uniformitarian geologists imagine they are billions of years old. Granite, miraculously produced by this process is found nowhere else in the solar System. The motion of the continents validates many aspects of Alfred Wegener’s Drift of the Continents and shows why folding of the lithosphere was radially focused above. Mt. Kailas.

The location of the Aryan people in the Punjab is proven by a huge tidal bulge, the samudra, a confluence of marine waters, centered on Mt. Kailas to the East, which forced them to become a seafaring people. Its formation comprised horizon-to-horizon tidal waves of saltwater drawn eastward from the Atlantic, emptying the Mediterranean and Red seas at the beginning of each kalpa, which returned westward at each release. The eastward floods across Mesopotamia and the world-wide earthquakes at each capture of Indra forced every city along the way to excavate tells and build pyramids and ziggurats to keep their people from being carried away. This was true also for cultures in Central America because of flows of the Gulf of Mexico to the antipode of the samudra in the South Pacific. These ninety-nine episodes of marine incursions gradually diminished the value of agricultural land across Mesopotamia and some cultures ceased to exist. The sudden flooding at each capture drew the Red Sea across the Arabian peninsula killing many large animals and burying them in the Arabian gulf producing the largest oilfields in the world.

The samudra occupied a vast area, completely isolating the Indian continent and prevented all intercourse of the Aryans with the Dravidian culture on the continent leaving the entire area strewn with animal carcasses during the pralayas, (Siwalik deposits). The astronomical dates provide a definite constraint on the origin of the Hindu culture to after 600 BC. A map of the samudra somehow survived as an illustration in a book titled “H. G. Well’s Pocket History of the World”.

Fig 1.  Mars northern hemisphere with island covered with the maelstrom in the northern ocean

Fig. 2. The circumpunct

Fig. 3 Valles Marineris

Fig. 4. The Eye of Ra hieroglyph, showing the solid core exiting through the Valles Marineris

The ‘gods’ addressed in the RigVeda have never been understood until now, primarily due to the current stable solar system in which we live. However, probes of Mars, Venus and Mercury all reveal features described in the ancient texts, such as the iconic 3 km-high island at the north pole of Mars formed by the expansion of the ‘world egg’ in the Oceanus Borealis (northern ocean) and the Valles Marineris which bears a strong resemblance to the eye of Horus. Mars remained stationary in the heavens during each kalpa, then left the Earth, providing R & R for both bodies only to become recaptured ninety-nine times. The island was the Egyptian duat and the Biblical raqia, stated in

Genesis 1:6 … Let there be a firmament (raqia) in the midst of the waters, and let it divide the waters above (on Mars) from the waters below (on Earth).

The same island seen centered on Mars, during the Vedic Period, was the origin of the ‘lost’ circumpunct symbol found in the texts of every ancient culture and Dan Brown’s books. Amazingly, that island remains covered to this day by a huge mythical maelstrom (whirlpool) the size of Texas which overflowed the island and cascaded into the core of Mars through the “navel of the world” at its north pole, flashing into steam, ejecting its solid core at the end of each kalpa (encounter). The same island was Atlantis, told to have been covered by the ocean. Note that these most significant features are not discussed in ‘scientific’ literature because they cannot be explained.

The 3,000-year period of cyclic cosmic resurfacing of the Earth, the Vedic Period, ended in 687 BC but spanned a greater time than the current solar system configuration. The multiple ‘deities’ in the Rig Veda were based upon three huge bodies close above the Earth, as a result not eligible for the term “planet”. The ancient texts have rightfully become recognized as ‘Traditional Cosmology’ because, unlike the “inflation” cosmology touted by the ‘great minds’ of the modern era, they represent the observations of every soul on Earth in the Vedic Period, (3687 to 687 BC). The Vedic hymns reveal many aspects of the heavenly bodies which puzzled them, questioning how Indra (Mars) remained stationary in the heavens, while all others rose in the East and set in the West.

Quoting from the Rig Veda RV (IV. XIV. 5.) How is it that, unbound and unsupported he falleth not, although directed downward? By what self-power moves he? Who hath seen it?

Since all of the soil on Earth today was blasted from hundreds of volcanoes in the northern hemisphere of Mars, 700 million years older than the Earth, the ubiquitous zircons in sedimentary rock and soil used to date deposits actually give the age of the planet from which they were blasted, not the age of the Earth. This has led to the estimated age of objects deposited in the new-fallen crust, the Cenezoic era, to be 66 million years thick, whereas it is less than 6,000 years old. The Earth was not formed by meteorites. All meteorites on Earth came from Mars and the differences in their isotopic ratios, currently believed to establish their origins from ‘asteroids’, are merely due to the explosive activity on that planet during the 3,000-year Vedic Period.

The currently accepted idea that the entire solar system is 4.6 billion years old, is due to the scattering of the Mars rocks, the ages calculated from the zircons blasted from Mars, meteorites and a rapid-fire stream, ambhamsi in the RigVeda, of fourteen large incandescent bodies ejected from the huge vent at the north pole of Mars in rapid succession which impacted the near side of the Moon forming the maria. This was described in Egyptian myths as Isis (the Moon) collecting the fourteen pieces of Osiris body and placing a monument at each site. The calculated ages of the maria differ because each body came from deeper, (hotter) in Mars and so differing amounts of Argon were lost during their short flights.

The most ancient of the traditional cosmologies, recorded by Plato telling of “four suns” by an Egyptian priest is “remembered” in the myths of a number of Amerind cultures, proving the strength of their verbal transmission of ancient times is still strong. Seemingly simple expressions in the Rig Veda such as “Mt. Kailas was Indra’s Home on Earth” reveal profound facts about how a huge body was captured in a geostationary orbit. Also the commonality of the “world egg” in many ancient texts reveals that every culture on Earth observed the same cosmic events in the heavens. No planet in the solar system today appears the same or is in the orbit it was in during the Vedic Period.

Geologists have much to learn about the Earth from traditional cosmologies like the Rig Veda, which explain the recently measured motion of the lithosphere as a unit (Carlo Doglioni) and the recent displacing of the continents, verifying and complementing Alfred Wegener’s theory of Continental Drift.

The book “The Cosmic Origin of the RigVeda” by John Ackerman is available HERE

~ by Angiras on July 8, 2019.

 
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