Why the RigVeda? (Updated)

Fig. 1 Tissant meteorite blasted from Mars during the Vedic Period.

The RigVeda was composed by people who lived closest to Mt. Kailas back when a huge body, the mass of Mars and Mercury, called Indra in the RigVeda, became captured in a geostationary orbit above Mt; Kailas, known as “Indra’s Home on Earth”.  The Rig Veda describes the northern third of Indra, oriented toward the Earth, becoming covered with water, now recognized as Oceanus Borealis (Northern Ocean) as “Prajapati (the creator deity) clove his bladder”

The gravity of the more massive Earth caused hundreds of volcanoes to blaze in the northern hemisphere of Mars (Indra), most of them in the northern ocean. The interior of Indra was convulsed whenever the Moon, or worse yet, the Sun and Moon combined, passed through alignments (behind) it and hundreds of volcanoes blasted rocks, soil, water, atmosphere and Soma (living sprouts of plants) covered the entire Earth up to a depth of 50 kilometers. Although these encounters occurred during the Vedic period (3687 and 687 BC), some of the bodies ejected missed the Earth and have been orbiting the Sun for a few thousand years, returning to the place in space from which they were blasted. Planetary scientist. As a result, planetary scientists today believe that the entire Earth formed from meteorites! The meteorite in Figure 1. is one such body. During the Vedic Period water fell in deluges along with soil and Soma so all the conditions for planting and growth were automaticaly present.   However those materials which missed the Earth entered orbits around the Sun and coagulated in space for the last two or three thousand years, forming preserved relics such as the tissant meteorite in Figure 1.

Fig. 2. The outflow channels that formed the northern ocean on Mars remain clear, proving that they are geologically young.Scientists have determined that this Tissant meteorite came from Mars by its chemical makeup, but imagine it was blasted hundreds of millions of years ago because it has the chemicals that would have come from sea water which they believe only existed on Mars that long ago. They have no idea that it was in a completely different orbit only 2,700 years ago. The clarity of the flow features which formed this ocean, shown in Figure 2, belie such ages, and are obviously geologically young.

Indra remained stationary in the heavens during each encounter. The sophisticated language of the Veda was able to express feelings that were impossible in Egyptian hieroglyphs. For example,

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?

The ancient peoples were fascinated by the daily cycles of sunlight illumination moving across this stationary body each day. This made the continuous movement of the day-night boundary seem mysterious. The motion of this illumination through day and night is depicted in the Yin-Yang symbol. Several verses in the RigVeda tried o described them.

RV (V. 81. 4.) and (VII. 80. 1.) “Day and night half-days (rajasi) revolve like two wheels”

Since Indic scholars do not understand that Mars orbited close to the Earth, this statement is currently interpreted as a description of the passing of day and night on the Earth. However, the Vedic passages which reveal the true meaning of these verses, (V. 47. 3.) and (VII. 80. 1.), focus on the dawn, stating

“where the day and night meet, all things are revealed.”

Lyrically complementing this interpretation, day and night halves are characterized as sisters:

RV (I. 185. 5.) Twin Sisters rotating together, young, with arms joined lying in their parents’ bosom caressing the nabhi of the world. They of lovely countenance reveal the immortal one. Protect us from the formless void.

The hymn asks the day-night halves which reveal the immortal one, Indra, not to leave the heavens void. Their “caressing of the nabhi” describes the Martian terminator passing over the volcanic vent at the center of the northern island on Mars which occurred every day at 6 PM as the daylight portion of Mars increased on its eastern side and again at 6 AM as the daylight portion declined on the western side.

“Revealing the immortal one” is difficult to picture without a cosmic perspective. The hymns are saying that the shadows along the terminator (dawn) revealed every detail of the Martian topography which were not visible in full illumination. Moreover, the different rotation rates of Mars’ lithosphere and the Earth-Mars pair caused the terminator to sweep across the northern hemisphere of Mars in continuously differing directions every day, changing the orientations of the shadows,
thereby “revealing all things” as illustrated in Figure 3. Thus one hundred generations of ancient people knew the geomorphology of Mars in greater detail than is currently known from highly sophisticated space probes today. Everyone in each eastern culture knew the names of many features on the surface of this celestial ‘world’.

Fig. 3. Terminator shadows reveal terrrain details.

The Egyptians tried to represent the same thing, but did it in stone carvings, in which Horus (Mars) was encased in a special indentation as in Figure 2. This was obviously Mars because the Tharsis volcanoes are clearly depicted in Figure 3. The ‘rays’ descending have leaves at the end, expressing the gifts of life descending from Mars.

Fig. 4  Akhenaten worshipping the Aten stationary in the heavens

Fig. 3. Stone carving of Mars magnified to show Tharsis features.

The Cosmic Origin of the RigVeda reveals the most exciting story of the Earth and the feature on Mars called the column of smoke and fire, the most venerated deity in the myths of all ancient cultures. The book is available HERE.

~ by Angiras on July 13, 2019.

 
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