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NB: This article can be found after the following introductory passages.

Before you read this article, please note that, from 1996, I had begun to see numerous visions. I (Pari, the author of this article) did not have experiences involving the ‘grey aliens’ etc. until a later time. Thus, when I began writing my articles, from 1996, I had not known that the Mid-Confluence Aged scientists (who lived about 2500 years ago) had sent beings into the future, on the instructions of the Mid-Confluence Aged gods/rulers, so that these beings (who are referred to as aliens now) can assist Mankind, especially for the re-creation of the Golden Aged world and the Return (of God and ‘past births through the afterlife’). Hence, in earlier articles, all these are not reflected. All these will be explained further, in future books.
From 1996, when I began seeing numerous visions, I was trying to understand what was happening to me. 
As I was trying to understand this, I began writing all the articles which can be found in this website. Each article is a continuation of the earlier one. So what I had explained in earlier articles were not explained in subsequent articles. This had also allowed me to keep developing what I have to explain. After I had written numerous articles, people were asking me as to which articles they had to read in order to understand something or the other. Thus, in 2015, I began to write books. All the knowledge which a person needs, so as to understand the contents of a book, are given in the book. Thus, a person could understand the contents of a book without having to revert to other articles or books. However, a better understanding could be had through reading the other books. I had also begun writing my first book “Holographic Universe : An Introduction” because I began to have a good understanding on the structure of the Holographic Universe through experiences, guidance from God, research, etc. 

It should be remembered that my articles were written while I was trying to understand what was happening to me. So, the emphasis in the articles may have been on my own roles (due to the afterlife of my past births). In my books, I concentrate on just explaining knowledge and not really on giving an explanation on my own role. 

It should be noted that since there are so many articles, I find it very difficult to update the articles. So there may be information in them which has not been updated. I try my best to keep my eBooks updated. 

Anyway, to have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my earlier articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at my List of Articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding. It should be noted that all my articles were written based on time being cyclic. Click here to understand the basics of the Cycle of Time.



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Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:06pm MHT 1

Pari
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Title: Part 26 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - 60,000 Sons of Sagar (1)

Contents: The number of deities who walked out of the divine world was about 330 million and this is why the Hindu religion is seen as the religion of the 330 million deities. But the number of people who were trying to keep their roles in the immortal state until the end of the cycle was a smaller group. It was these people, who were trying to give immortality to their roles, who are represented by the 60,000 children of Sagar in the story. They were referred to by many names including Vyasa. For convenience, I shall refer to this groups as the Vyasas. Sagar means ocean and it refers to God because God's strength and might is like that of an Ocean. All those who played the role of Vyasa by making making sure that their roles remain as immortal roles, from the beginning of the Copper Age, are also those who will be the children of God in the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. All souls are the children of God. But the deity souls become the special children of God during the Confluence Age because they become like God during the Confluence Age. One becomes like God when their spiritual energies become divine like that which God has. However, God is an Ocean where spiritual strength and energies are concerned whereas we are like a drop in comparison. So we cannot try to take God's place. We can only be instrumental by filling ourselves with God's energies during the Confluence Age. When we are filled with God's energies, during the Confluence Age, we are Bapsaman or equal to God and God's vibrations flow out from us or via us into the corporeal world. When we are filled with God's vibrations, our own ordinary spiritual energies transform into the powerful divine energies which is how God's light energy is like. Since our spiritual energies are like that of God's, when our stage is good, we are the children of God during the Confluence Age because we are like him where the soul is concerned. God is the Supreme Soul and He does not have a corporeal body. As souls, when we become like him, we are His children because we look like Him even though we are not Him. We are also the children of God because God is taking care of us and is providing us with a special divine world. Parents take care of their children and provide them with everything that they need and this is what God is doing now in the Confluence Age, so as to get the divine world re-created. As the children of God, we are also used as instruments in the purification of the souls who had walked out of the divine world and to transform the world back into the divine world. In the story, the 60,000 souls were referred to as the sons of Sagar because they are deity souls who had transformed to become like God during the Confluence Age. In the story, Sagar had 2 wives, Keshini and Sumati. The Hindu God Shiva appeared before King Sagar and his 2 queens and He informed them that one of Sagar's wives, Sumati, would have 60,000 proud and heroic sons who will all perish without heirs. Shiva also informed that Sagar's race will be continued by the one son who Keshini will give birth to. Thus, 60,000 sons were born to Queen Sumati. And Queen Keshini gave birth to a son who was named Asamanja. This represents the 2 groups which the deity souls had split into at the beginning of the Copper Age. The first group of 60,000 sons represented the Vyasas who tried to make their roles immortal until the end of the cycle. They were the ones who guide the people in the west and all non-deity souls. Their not having any heirs represents that their race will not continue to exist in the divine world. The people of the west refers to the Christians and to all other non-deity souls. There will be a huge group of them at the end of the cycle and so a huge group represents this group. The ones who walk into the divine world will be a very small group and so one one son was used to represent them. That son, called Asamanja, is shown as growing up into a wicked prince because because the vices have emerged to take control from the beginning of the Copper Age. But his descendants are shown as being of good character because they represent the good ones who try to bring in the Confluence Age again through bhakti or penance.
Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:09pm MHT 2

Pari

Title: Part 27 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - 60,000 Sons of Sagar (2)

Contents: Since the soul who plays the role of Bhagirath will be the one who continues the deity race by being King of the first kingdom in the new heavenly world, and since the bhakti which he does turns into the Hindu religion, which remains in Bharath until the end of the cycle, he is shown as a descendant from the wive who continued Sagar's race. The bhakti which is done in India helps to keep the ancient requests in the air until the Confluence Age begins. These ancient requests had requested God to come and re-create the divine world again through enabling us to use the deity roles again. I have explained this in my other videos and so I am not going into the details of that here. Continuing Sagar's race is continuing the Confluence Aged Dynasty into the divine Sun Dynasty of the New Age. The Confluence Aged Dynasty and the Sun Dynasty have often been portrayed as “one leading into the other” in the stories, like as if they are all the same dynasty. It has been portrayed in this way because the Confluence Aged Dynasty leads into the Sun Dynasty. There are also Confluence Aged souls who will transform and walk into the New Age to become the parents of the children of the Sun Dynasty. Since the spiritual atmosphere is very powerful, these people who “walk in” will be influenced to remain in a spiritual stage which the Sun Dynasty members will have, even though when they take their births later, it may not be in the Sun Dynasty. Bhagirath is shown as a king of the Ikshvaku dynasty because the soul, which plays the role of Bhagirath, belongs to God's dynasty during the Confluence Age. Through being a member of the Ikshvaku dynasty, the soul becomes a member of the Surya Dynasty or Sun Dynasty. But not all deity souls become a member of the Sun Dynasty. Some only take their first births in the Silver Age and so they belong to the Moon Dynasty. I will be discussing the Sun and the Moon Dynasties later on, in greater detail. In the story where Sagar is portrayed as having 2 wives, the 2 wives represent 2 groups, each doing a different kind of service but both services ultimately end with the creation of the new divine world. The wives of the Hindu gods portray qualities that the Hindu god has or roles which the Hindu god plays. Similarly, even these 2 wives of Sagar represent the 2 kinds of spiritual activities which God gets done through his children. Since those who play the role of Vyasa had done bhakti to keep their role emerged, God blesses them with that ability and helps them in what they have to do as per the World Drama. This is why that past birth of mine, which was involved with trying to make himself an immortal, had emerged when the Sakar Murli was being read in the BK center here. This role was always influencing me in a very subtle manner and so I was not aware of his influence. But when I was hearing the Sakar Murli for the first time, the role emerged to take control and I had to deal with this situation. Through making effort while contemplating on BK knowledge, I always re-gained control. And as I became spiritually more powerful through my constant effort-making, I have become spiritual so powerful that I have complete control over the situation now. But I had always wondered as to how this role could emerge when I was listening to the Sakar Murli because my spiritual stage is usually quite powerful when I hear the sakar murli. Further, this role had emerged during the first time when I heard the murli and this had also made me what to know as to why it had happened. The only answer which I got to this question was that God had blessed this role to emerge when it hears the spiritual knowledge in the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle, because this role had done bhakti to emerge when it hears the murli and so the role got the blessing from God. The ancestors who Bhagirath was trying to release so that they can go back into heaven were the people who had walked out of the divine world. Some of these people who had walked out of the divine world were trying to make sure that their roles stay in an emerged state until the end. They were trying to make sure that their roles remained in an emerged state so as to play a role in explaining the evidences, at the end of the cycle. They created various practices which was meant to keep their role in an immortal state until the end of the cycle when it is time to walk into the divine world again. They also created a lot of stories, structures and had handed down a lot of messages which only they could explain well at the end of the cycle. If my explanations sound good, it is because I am one of those who had tried to keep that Copper Aged role in an immortal state until now, when it is helping me to understand the stories. If you are of the view that my explanations are good, it may also be because I am using the role of Ganga and so God is assisting me in the explanations.
Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:14pm MHT 3

Pari

Title: Part 28 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Sons of Sagar (3)

Contents: There are two groups portrayed in the Sagar story. The ones who play the role of the Vyasa will lead the non-deity souls and they created stories, structures and handed down other messages which they will explain at the end of the cycle. They also initiated the belief in non-deity souls that destruction will take place around 2000 AD. And destruction is taking place as prophesised. Global warming is one of the destructive forces which is very obvious now. The ones who lead everyone in the east will be the ones who make sure that the bhakti which they began is continued to provide sustenance for the impure world until the Confluence Age begins and the deity race walk into the new cycle. The members of the Brahma Kumaris and other Confluence Aged spiritual groups are those who belong to the group that leads in the east and the deity souls. The souls who are members of the Brahma Kumaris also got involved with the creation of the stories from the Copper Age onwards. However, since they did not program themselves to keep their Copper Aged role in an immortal state so as to explain the stories, they will not be as interested in explaining the ancient stories and the other evidences left behind by the ancient people. It is only those who play the role of immortal Vyasa who will be interested in explaining the evidences left behind by the ancient people. One will be able to see these 2 separate groups at the end of the cycle now. The ones who tried to keep their roles in an immortal state, as Vyasa, are trying to explain the evidences left behind by the ancient people. Bhagirath, on the other hand, continues the race of the deities through the Confluence Age. Actually, the 60,000 sons of Sagar can also be seen to represent all the Confluence Aged souls who receive salvation and liberation through what Bhagirath had done. But the group was made to look small with only 60,000 sons of Sagar involved because it represented the people who were trying to keep their roles in an immortal state. The number of deity souls who walked out of the divine world was a huge group of 330 million deities and not a small group of 60,000. The group was made to look small in the story because it specifically represented those who tried to attain immortality for their roles until the end of the cycle. The people who had tried to keep themselves as immortals have been given various names, including Vyasa. So, for convenience I am referring to this group as the Vyasas. In the messages given by God, through the founder of the Brahma Kumaris, it has been said that the founder of the Brahma Kumaris is Bhagirath because he is the lucky chariot who is used by God to give the first batch of messages. God began to use him as a chariot soon after creating the Confluence Age. God's coming into the corporeal world begins the Confluence Age. The Sagar story had connected the Brahma Kumaris to the 60,000 souls who tried to keep their roles in the immortal state because there will be this connection between Bhagirath and these Vyasas at the end of the cycle. What was done through the founder of the Brahma Kumaris will also, finally, help bring salvation to those who tried to keep their roles in an immortal state as Vyasa and so on. In the story it is said after the Ganga falls down on the ashes of the 60,000 sons of King Sagar, they are resurrected and they receive salvation. This is similar to the stories which the Christians adopted and changed while they were creating their own religion. The spiritual theories and stories about salvation is based on what happens at the end of the cycle when all souls receive salvation and liberation when they are taken back to the Soul World. The Christians' desires to make their religion more superior had made them come up with the spiritual theory that only they receive resurrection and salvation. All souls enjoy salvation and liberation at the end of the cycle. But the deity souls will enjoy liberation even while they are living their lives in the new divine world. All others will enjoy liberation in the Soul World.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:20pm MHT 4

Pari

Title: Part 29 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Sons of Sagar, Ganga

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story, the 60,000 sons of Sagar were supposed to be caught in the underworld or Nether world because they were burnt there through a curse. The Nether world or underworld is the world of the dead. By the end of Kaliyug, the world is like the world of the dead because it is the vices which are in control. It is as if the virtuous soul is dead and the vices have taken over. This is similar to how the ghosts can materialise after we are dead. It is because the vices are in control that the Nether World and the underworld also refers to the part of society which is engaged in crime and the usage of the vice. The underworld also refers to a region, realm, or dwelling place which is supposed to be below the surface of the earth because it signifies the dead. The world of the dead is said to be located below the world of the living because the dead people are buried below. Hades is the King of the Underworld because Hades represents the vices which rules at the end of Kaliyug. The 60,000 sons beginning their journey into the underworld represents how the deity souls of the divine world walked out of the divine world because of their actions which were taken based on the influence of the vices. Doing these actions was similar to digging one's own grave. The journey deep into the underworld represents the situation where after the 60,000 sons of Sagar walked out of the divine world, the vices increase in them to take control and this situation is very bad by the end of the cycle. So they were portrayed as digging their way deeper and deeper into their grave where they finally got burnt through the curse. It is as of the deity souls are in a cursed state by the end of Kaliyug. This is why the 60,000 sons were shown to have gone into the underworld. The 60,000 sons of Sagar getting cursed in the underworld or Nether World represents the 60,000 sons going into a state where it is as if they are in a cursed state. The 'cursed state' also refers to the situation where the deity souls lose their liberated state which they enjoyed in the divine world because it was there in the World Drama that they should lose it and then receive salvation at the end of the cycle. Actually, all the Vyasas who tried to keep their roles in an emerged state were actually digging their grave to go into a cursed-like state by the end of the cycle. It is as if they are in a cursed state because once the soul leaves the corporeal body, the role that it used during that birth has to sink deep within and not emerge again because that role is over. However, because we were trying to keep the role of our Copper Aged birth in an emerged state, we were disturbing our own peaceful state because the soul will keep being influenced to do that which the emerged role had wanted to continue doing. Anyway, Ganga Dussehra is celebrated as the day Ganga liberated the sixty thousand sons of Sagar. Ganga is shown as liberating these 60,000 souls because it is through the knowledge given by those who play the role of Ganga that the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge is accepted by the 60,000 souls who play the immortal role from the beginning of the Copper Age until the end of the cycle. Until they hear this spiritual knowledge, they will be just trying to play the immortal role, while waiting for the end to come when they receive salvation. Various names have been given to this immortal role and one of those names is Vyasa. For more on Vyasa, please read my article from Part 23 onwards in my series of articles titled, “2012 Protection (During Destruction) and the Gathering for World Transformation”. After the founder of the Brahma Kumaris left the corporeal body, the women, who played the role of Ganga continued to run the Brahma Kumaris. Many more Gangas were also involved with giving spiritual knowledge. Since the women were running the Brahma Kumaris on behalf of the founder, and since it was the knowledge that was given through the founder which is explained by those who play the role of Ganga, it can still be said that it was Bhagirath who helped the sixty thousand sons of Sagar to receive salvation. The journey, of the sons of Sagar, to the underworld also represents how the Confluence Aged souls bring their attention to what is happening in the corporeal world even though their consciousness remains in the subtle region. When they do this, their consciousness can fall into the ordinary state and they are in the ordinary corporeal world thereafter until they make effort to go beyond through listening to the knowledge given through those who play the role of Ganga.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:25pm MHT 5

Pari

Title: Part 30 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Bhagirath, Vyasa, Ganesha, Skanda

Contents: Though Bhagirath helps all the souls who had walked out of the divine world, to get salvation. The numbers used in the story was a only the smaller figure of 60,000 because it also represented the smaller group of Vyasas who will be helped by those who play the role of Ganga, at the end of the cycle. This story actually, connects the Brahma Kumaris, and those who play their role in the east, to those who play the role of Vyasa and to those who play their roles in the west. In this article, I will be trying to relate this connection, in the story, to the connection that exists between the 2 groups at the end of the cycle. Those who tried to keep themselves as immortals at the beginning of the Copper Age, after having walked out of the divine world, will be playing the role of Skanda at the end. This is a blessing which they receive for having disturbed the peaceful state of the soul, through having tried to keep their Copper Aged roles in an emerged state so as to do service on the world stage, at the end of the cycle. These people will be playing the role of Skanda while the Brahma Kumaris focus their attention on just training the 900,000 deity souls so that they will be ready for world transformation. Though the Brahma Kumaris have to make sure that the 900,000 souls are ready for world transformation, the founder had also paved the way for world service. This world service helps to bring in their members, who they have to be train, and it also helps pave the way for those who play the role of Skanda. This is also a reason why it had been portrayed in a Hindu scripture story that Brahma had advised Shiva to give the fruit to Skanda. The fruit which was given to Skanda was the fruit for having done world service. After the Brahma Kumaris was founded, the founder did not advise any service to be done. But later, when it was time to pave the way for world service, the founder had paved the way for that. But world service outside India only began when the Brahma Kumaris were run by the women. However, since these women were running the Brahma Kumaris on behalf of the founder, it is as if the founder had paved the way for world service. So Ganesha, in the Hindu scripture story, is shown as being angry with Brahma because he advised that the fruit be given to Skanda. What the founder and the women, who administered the Brahma Kumaris on behalf of the founder, were doing was actually paving the way for the role of Skanda through which those who play the role of Skanda get their fruit. To understand why Ganesha is shown as getting angry with Brahma in the story, one has to understand what is happening in the Brahma Kumaris. The members of the Brahma Kumaris, who use the role of Ganesha, cannot be successful while doing world service because they cannot adopt and adjust to the ways of the people in the Kaliyug world. It is only those who play the role of Skanda who would be able to do that. In the Brahma Kumaris, one would notice that it is those who are able to adopt and adjust to the ways of the people outside who are used, by the Brahma Kumaris, for world service in the corporeal world. The Brahma Kumaris use them because those souls know how to handle and deal with non-BKs in a diplomatic manner. Those who enjoy using the role of Ganesha do not have this ability. So they are not used by the Brahma Kumaris for world service in the outside world. Those who enjoy using the role of Ganesha are usually very critical that the Brahma Kumaris are using these world servers instead of using them. They feel that world service should be done their way and that the people outside should be able to accept their narrow BK ways. This is also a reason why Ganesha has been portrayed as showing his ugly side to Brahma. Those who enjoy using the role of Ganesha can show their ugly forms when they are not in their divine soul-conscious stage. Actually, one can also use the role of Ganesha during meditation, even though one is using the role of Skanda during world service. The Brahma Kumaris are using those who are capable of playing the role of Skanda for world service, even though they do not encourage their members to use the role of Skanda. What they are doing is actually paving the way for the world servers. We all belong to the same deity family and we are all involved with the same service of world transformation, even though we can specialize in the kind of service which we do. Each will receive a special fruit based on what they do. Those who play the play of Skanda receive the fruit for world service which is done in the corporeal way. Those who play the role of Ganesha receive the fruit for the effort-making which they do, during the Confluence Age. This is why, in one Hindu story, Ganesha receives the fruit whereas in another story Skanda receives the fruit.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:28pm MHT 6

Pari

Title: Part 31 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The Roles of Brahma & Bhagirath

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story of how Bhagirath brought Ganga down to earth, Brahma told Bhagirath to ask Shiva to catch hold of Ganga so that her descend does not destroy the world. The role of Brahma and Bhagirath are played by the same soul during the Confluence Age. But since they are different roles, they have been shown to interact with each other because that can happen in the subtle region during the Confluence Age. These interactions between the various roles is just a representation of the soul taking actions based on all the roles that it uses. This is similar to the situation where when we take actions, it is based on all our sanskaras or personality traits, thoughts, desires and so on. What is being portrayed by the ancient stories is similar to this. The ancient people have used a very unique and creative way of portraying this. The ones who can understand what the stories represent are the ones who had created the stories. So if you can understand what I am trying to say, you may have gone deep within to understand it better. If you like what the ancient people had done through this way, you may be one of those who had been involved in the creation of the stories. If you understand what I have said but you do not think too highly of what had been done by the ancient people, you may not be one of those who were involved with the creation of the stories. This, in a way, helps you to recognise your role. Most of those in the Brahma Kumaris do not think too highly of these stories which the ancient people had created because they may not be the ones who had tried to keep their roles in an immortal state so as to explain the story at the end of the cycle. They may have helped with the creation of the stories but since they are not involved in playing the role of Vyasa so as to explain the stories, they are not interested in the stories as those who play the role of Vyasa are. In the story, Brahma represents a subtle role played by the soul whereas Bhagirath is a role which involves the use of the corporeal body by God. They are 2 different kinds of roles which are used by the founder of the Brahma Kumaris, during the Confluence Age. Since these 2 roles are played by the same soul in the Confluence Age; in the Hindu scripture story, the role of Bhagirath was represented as the one doing penance from the beginning of the Copper Age. To do penance, one has to use the corporeal body. This gives emphasis to the usage of the corporeal body, which is similar to the situation where the corporeal body of the founder was used by God during the Confluence Age. As the soul, who uses the role of Bhagirath during the Confluence Age, begins to do penance at the beginning of the Copper Age, information came from his subconscious mind that he has to do penance to Shiva. This information was portrayed as having been given by Brahma because the subtle role of Brahma was used by Shiva at the end of the cycle. This information had emerged to influence him to worship Shiva. This information which emerged gave an understanding as to how God was the one would enabled the divine world to get re-created, through using the roles of Ganga and other deity roles, during the Confluence Age. So the soul, who plays the role of Bhagirath, begins his worship to Shiva at the beginning of the Copper Age. So, in the story, Bhagirath is shown to have continued his penance to Shiva based on what Brahma had said. In the story, Bhagirath is said to have devoted himself to do further penance so as to bring Shiva before him and to grant him what he wants because the soul who plays the role of Bhagirath had done that after having walked out of the divine world. Bhagirath doing penance for the purification process also represents how, while during bhakti, all the deity souls had kept asking God to come into the corporeal world again so that Ganga can play her role on earth again, as God's instrument in the purification process through which the heavenly world is re-created. Whatever the King did was also what the subjects did and it was also what all the others did.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:31pm MHT 7

Pari

Title: Part 32 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Shiva's Hold on Ganga (1)

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story, Bhagirath is said to have done penance to Shiva because he wanted Shiva to hold Ganga in His hair when she descended onto earth and release her in minor streaks which the earth might bear. Shiva finally appeared before him and agreed to do that. So, when Ganga descended, He caught hold of her in His matted hair. His matted hair is also referred to as Jada. In the story, Shiva kept her in His Jada for a long time before He released her. When Shiva allowed her to slowly flow onto earth, Ganga only went out of his hair partially because of her love for Shiva. Thus, she remained partially couched forever on Shiva's head. I will be discussing these further in this and the next video clips. In the Hindu scripture stories, Ganga is shown as a wild and destructive woman just before Shiva caught and placed her in His Jada. One of the reasons why Ganga has been portrayed in this way is because the souls who use the role of Ganga are from the tamopradhan world who have entered into the Confluence Age. If the soul was not in a soul-conscious stage, the vices might be in an emerged state within the soul, and so the actions done by that soul can be wild and destructive. To play the role of Ganga, the soul has to be in the soul-conscious stage through which the soul is linked to God Shiva. This is why Shiva has to have a hold over Ganga. The 'hold which Shiva has on Ganga' is through the link to God, and this link enables the soul, who plays the role of Ganga, to remain in the divine soul-conscious stage. It is during the Confluence Age, that we get Shiva's help to remain in the soul-conscious stage, which stops us from being destructive and which makes us become souls who bring benefit to everyone. Thus, through using creativity, since the story is also for entertainment, Shiva is portrayed as the only one who can hold Ganga and he is shown catching and placing her in his Jada, as she descends from the subtle realm onto earth. Shiva catching hold of Ganga also represent how God catches hold of us from the Kaliyug world and brings us into the Confluence Age, during which time we have His Company, through the link to Him. God placing Ganga in His Jada, which keeps her close to Him, also represents God keeping Ganga company through the link which He enables her to have during the Confluence Age. Shiva is supposed to have kept Ganga in His Jada for a long time before releasing her because those who have to play the role of Ganga on the world stage should not move onto the world stage until they have become powerful through having practiced meditation in the Confluence Age for a long time. This makes sure that they do not easily lose their stage and thus get influenced by the vices while they play their role on the world stage. Shiva keeping Ganga in His Jada for a long time also represents the situation where God creates the subtle Confluence Aged deity roles, including Ganga, when the Confluence Age begins. However, the Confluence Aged souls only begin to use the subtle deity roles later. The ancient people knew all this because they saw it in visions and during their subtle travels in time, when they were meditating. In the stories that they created, they portrayed what they saw in the visions and what they saw in past and future births (while meditating). The ancient people, thus, also knew of how the cycle would end and so they knew that Shiva would finally come to re-create the divine world. So in the story, Shiva, finally does appear before Bhagirath and Shiva agrees to catch hold of Ganga so that the world does not get destroyed upon her descent to earth. All this reflects how the ancient people knew that the story would end with Shiva allowing Ganga to flow onto earth in a beneficial manner. But then, as per the World Drama, penance had to be started from the beginning of the Copper Age to get Shiva to re-create the divine world and so bhakti was begun. This bhakti also paved the way for the other religious teachings. It also provided entertainment in the World Drama. The stories themselves were also part of the bhakti that was done to make sure the divine world does get re-created because the people who walked out of the divine world valued the divine world more than anything else. In the story, Ganga is said to remain partially couched forever on Shiva's head because the role of Ganga keeps getting played at the end of each cycle. At the beginning of the Confluence Age, God will automatically bless us with the ability to use the Confluence Aged subtle roles, which includes the role of Ganga. And the ancient people knew this too.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:34pm MHT 8

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Title: Part 33 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Shiva's Hold on Ganga (2 - Purification)

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story, God placing Ganga in His Jada, also represents God giving Ganga the link to Him, during the Confluence Age, so as to allow purification of the deity souls to take place during the Confluence Age. Through the link to God, Ganga is used to give spiritual knowledge and that, in turn, enables others to establish their link to God for the purification process. Shiva catching hold off Ganga in His Jada represents Ganga as being with God when she plays her role in the purification process. Ganga also represents the purification process itself. So Shiva keeping control over the flow of Ganga represents how God has great control over the situation during the purification process. Ganga is also shown as a river which is so powerful because it represents the purification process. Ganga and the Ganges water have been associated to the purification process, which is a very powerful process through which pain can be experienced if God did not give a helping hand during the purification process. So it has to be done in a controlled manner during the Confluence Age. God keeping control over Ganga, thus, also represents that the purification process is done in a controlled manner during the Confluence Age. God releasing Ganga a little at a time represents how the Confluence Aged souls are not subjected to God's Might during the purification process in the Confluence Age. Not everyone gets purified while they play their roles on earth. All non-deity souls only get purified when they leave their corporeal bodies to return Home to the Soul World. It is only the deity souls who get purified during the Confluence Age while they play their roles on earth. During the Confluence Age, the soul-conscious stage and the link to God helps the souls not to experience any pain during the purification process. This is the helping hand which God gives during the purification process which takes place during the Confluence Age. If one's stage was very good, one would not experience any pain during the purification process. One would only enjoy bliss, love and happiness. The love which Ganga is supposed to have felt after having got caught in Shiva's Jada is the love for God which is experienced during the Confluence Age, because of the link which we have to Him. When we experience God's soothing and helpful vibrations, one would experience love for Him. When we experience the soul-conscious stage through the link to God, we will know that God is our Father and naturally, divine love comes into an emerged state. As an instrument of God, Ganga herself would only want to be beneficial and she can only be beneficial in her ways because of her soul-conscious stage. She would not be capable of doing anything that is not beneficial since she is linked to God. Ganga's love for God is actually connected to the pure powerful stage through which purification takes place. Shiva placing Ganga in His Jada also represents that the purification process only takes place with God getting involved. If God does not get involved, there wouldn't be any purification and the world would only be getting worse until it gets into the destructive Kaliyug state. So the story portrays that if God does not get involved, the situation would be destructive on earth. Helping people so as to make sure that they are not tortured during the purification process is a noble act. So, the ancient people had portrayed Bhagirath as doing penance to get Shiva to give a helping hand during the purification process and to make sure that the purification process is exercised in a controlled way as He does at the end of the cycle. The story was created in this was to reflect the noble nature of those who are in their soul-conscious state.
Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:38pm MHT 9

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Title: Part 34 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Ganga Ma (1)

Contents: Since Ganga is a role which is played in the corporeal world through using the corporeal body, it is said that Ganga had to descend onto earth because of a curse. There is nothing great about being in the ordinary corporeal world. So the ancient people who had just walked out of the divine world saw it as a curse which had to happen as per the World Drama. Since they had been in the divine world, they had seen the beauty of the divine corporeal world. But they had to walk out of the divine world as per the World Drama and so it is as if, because the curse existed in the World Drama, they had to walk out of the divine world. Similarly, at the end of the cycle, the souls who have enjoyed the soul-conscious stage, during the Confluence Age, would not like to get involved with the people and the situations in the Kaliyug world. They would prefer to sit quietly somewhere and just meditate so that they can enjoy the soul-conscious stage. One can easily lose the soul-conscious stage when one interacts with the people who are outside the Confluence Age. Yet, despite this, those who play the role of Ganga interact with the people of the Kaliyug world so as to give benefits through relating or explaining the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge. Hindu customs are such that when a woman goes out of the way to help others, she is seen as a motherly figure and is referred to or as “Ma” which means “Mother”, as a show of appreciation. This is a reason why Ganga had begun to be referred to as “Ma Ganga” or “Ganga Ma” or “Ganga Mata” or “Mother Ganges”. Ganga is also referred to as a mother for other reasons. As Ganga gives spiritual knowledge in the corporeal world, people can treat her badly because of their being influenced by the vices. But Ganga will not get disturbed by what these people say because of her high soul-conscious stage. The bad treatment from humans have been associated to kicks, from the children, on the mother's chest. The mother is said to not feel any pain when her child is kicking her hard on her chest because of the love that she has for the child. When one is in a soul-conscious state, one can only experience love for all human souls and so Ganga, and Parvati, have been referred to as mothers because both these roles are used when one enjoys the soul-conscious state. And both these roles are used while one uses the corporeal body. Hindus sometimes say that Ganga and Parvati are the same person or they are seen as sisters of the same Father. They are also seen as the women of Shiva. Parvati is seen as the one who is married to Shiva and Ganga is seen as the one who is kept hidden in Shiva's Jada. God placing Ganga in His Jada, where she is partly hidden, also represents that we should never depend on the human souls who are used by God as instruments. Ganga is portrayed like an adornment in His hair because we should always turn to God. So no matter how loving the role of Ganga or Parvati is, one should not get attached to the souls who use those subtle roles. It is easy to get attached to people who are virtuous and who have a pure stage. This can happen when souls are helped through the spiritual knowledge which is given through those who play the role of Ganga. The help that Ganga gives, is also the help that a world mother gives to these souls and to all other souls, world wide. All those who help in the transformation of the ordinary world, into a divine world, are world mothers because the vibrations emitted through them, not only helps to transform the world into a beautiful world but it also helps to sustain the souls who are in the Kaliyug state. Since God uses Ganga, all the Ganges, like God the Ocean, are world benefactors, bestowers of blessings, great donors and souls with merciful hearts. Such souls are also the world mothers who care for everything in the world. Thus, the world mothers would help to bring in the new divine world.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:42pm MHT 10

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Title: Part 35 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Ganga Ma (2)

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story, as Ganga descends, she purifies the 60,000 sons of Sagar. This represents how the role of Ganga is used to help those who play the immortal role of Vyasa and all other Confluence Aged souls, at the end of the cycle. After the son's of Sagar are helped, Ganga is used by all devotees for purification. Hindus believe that Ganga also came onto earth as a means of purification for the entire population of human beings. This belief is based on what happens at the end of the cycle, during and after the role of Ganga is played on earth. It represents the situation where the vibrations from all those who play the role of Ganga will help people world-wide to remain in a spiritually calm state, at the end of the cycle. It also represents the situation where some of those who play the role of Ganga are used during Judgement Day, when all souls are purified. At the end of the cycle, Ganga's powerful stage will help people to remain peaceful as they watch the destructive and violent events that occur. If the soul is subjected to a situation which is too oppressive, the person can go into a mentally unsound state because the body can get affected by the bad state which the soul is in. The pure vibrations which are emitted into the atmosphere, by those all those who play the role of Ganga, will help to keep people in a spiritually higher state so that they can tolerate all the destructive and violent events. At the end of the cycle, all souls will get purified as they leave their corporeal bodies to go back to the Soul World with God. God purifies all souls before taking them back to the Soul World, but this purification is done along with the usage of the 8 most powerful deity souls. This is why the number 8 is so significant in all the ancient theories and so on. As God purifies all souls, before taking them back to the Soul World, God's vibrations also get sent into the 8 most powerful souls and God's vibrations will then be emitted out of those 8 powerful souls, to all souls. This helps all human souls to have a strengthened stage so that they will be able to tolerate the burning process. This burning process is the purification process which is why the fire has been used as a way to purify people in the Hindu scripture stories. The purification process is similar to a burning process but a fire is not used. Only God's energies are used for the purification process. And it is also God's vibrations which are used to help all souls during the purification process. However, it is as if God's presence helps to purify the souls while the presence of the 8 deity souls help to strengthen the souls' stage so that they can tolerate the purification process. This is why a tribunal of 8 souls are supposed to sit with God on Judgment Day. Judgment Day represents the time when the purification process takes place before all souls are taken back to the Soul World. If these 8 deity souls are not used on Judgment Day or in the purification process, through this way, human souls would find the burning process intolerable. Human souls will experience pain for all the sins that they do but the soul will not get burnt away or injured during the purification process. It is only the sins that get burnt away and the vices will get transformed back into the divine state. Some of those who play the role of Ganga will also be sitting in this Tribunal on Judgment Day. This is also why Ganga is seen as a mother. Even in the corporeal world, at the end of the cycle, if souls interfere with God's work in the Confluence Aged subtle region, God might just subject them to His vibrations so that the vices which are making them misbehave will get burnt away. Thus, they will stop misbehaving for awhile, after getting purified in this way. The soul is not subjected to all of God's Might and Strength. God only subjects the soul to a little of His vibrations so that the soul is able to tolerate the burning process. This is also what happens during the purification process, in the Confluence Age. And this is why Bhagirath wanted Shiva to release Ganga a little at a time. If the soul is not in a good stage when God sends a little of His vibrations to the soul who misbehaves in the Confluence Aged subtle region, the soul can experience pain, heat or a burning sensation. If those who have a soul-conscious stage (the world mothers) absorb and send God's vibrations to that soul, at the same time when God sends his vibrations to that soul, the soul will not experience any pain, heat or burning sensation. The world mothers help to increase the stage of the soul so that the soul does not experience pain during the purification process. One only experiences pain during the purification process if the soul is not in the high soul-conscious stage.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:48pm MHT 11

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Title: Part 36 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Subtle Ganga

Contents: In the Hindu scripture stories, it is portrayed that when Ganga comes as the river to earth, from the subtle realm, people get purified and the earth becomes a heavenly world because this does happen at the end of the cycle when the role of Ganga is used. According to the Hindu scriptures, Ganga was a goddess residing in Heaven before she came down to Earth to provide salvation. This reflects 2 situation. The first is the situation where the role of Ganga is used in the Confluence Aged subtle region while the soul gives or explains spiritual knowledge in the corporeal world. The second is the situation where the role of Ganga had actually been created at the beginning of the Confluence Age but the role is only used later in the Confluence Age. Ganga is believed to have resided in the heavenly abode because she is a Confluence Aged subtle deity role whose consciousness should be in the Confluence Aged subtle region, yet her consciousness is turned to the people to whom the spiritual knowledge or explanation is given to. Through using whichever corporeal body the soul is in, the role of Ganga is used on earth. In the Hindu scripture stories, Ganga is portrayed as being beautiful, pure, and strong-willed because she is a Confluence Aged subtle role belonging to the pure Confluence Aged subtle dimension. It is a role which is used by those souls who are determined to help God with the re-creation of the new divine world through giving or explaining God's spiritual knowledge. In the scriptures, Ganga is portrayed as having the power of purifying anything that touched her because she also represents the purification process and God's vibrations which gets filled in the souls who are listening to what she says. Hearing this spiritual knowledge brings one into the soul-conscious stage through which purification, of the Confluence Aged souls, take place. Since the ancient people were using water to represent spiritual knowledge; the Ganges water represents the spiritual knowledge which is given through Ganga. And this spiritual knowledge purifies the souls who bath in the spiritual knowledge through contemplating on it or through keeping it in their minds. It is said that the flow of the Ganges also represents the nectar of immortality because the spiritual knowledge which is given through Ganga will enable one to enjoy the sweetness of the soul-conscious stage, which is also the stage of immortality. One receives immortality in the new divine world through going into the soul-conscious stage now, while listening to or contemplating on the spiritual knowledge given through those who play the role of Ganga. In the Hindu scriptures, the descent of Ganga is also considered as the birth of Ganga in the corporeal world. This birth represents the spiritual birth which we take to play a role in the Confluence Age. When we use this spiritual birth we are enabled to use all the Confluence Aged subtle deity roles, including the role of Ganga. God created all these subtle roles in the subtle region and blesses us with the ability to use them, at the beginning of the Confluence Age. This is why the ancient people did bhakti, asking God to enable us to use these deity roles again. But the subtle role of Ganga is only used later in the Confluence Age, after the founder of the Brahma Kumaris is used. During the Confluence Age, life is given to the role of Ganga after God begins to speak through the mouth of the founder of the Brahma Kumaris. All those who have received the Confluence Aged knowledge and who are relating it to others, play the role of Ganga. Ganga is also said to descend into the corporeal world from heaven because God creates these subtle roles at the beginning of the Confluence Age, whereas we only begin to use it later when our spiritual strength has improved. By the words, “Ganga is brought down onto earth”, it is meant that Ganga will begin to play her role on earth. We may have received the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge long ago but so long as we are not used to give explanations of the spiritual knowledge, we do not play the role of Ganga. So Ganga is a role which is used later in the spiritual life of each Confluence Aged soul. Until the soul begins to use the role, Ganga remains as a subtle Confluence Aged subtle role which has not begun to be used as yet, by a specific Confluence Aged soul. I also say these based on my own experiences and visions. I knew that I would be using the role of Ganga on the world stage one day. But I did not know or understand what that meant until now, when I am beginning to use the role of Ganga while giving my explanations.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:51pm MHT 12

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Title: Part 37 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Ganga, Lakshmi, Brain Hemispheres

Contents: Through our link to God, God assists us to explain spiritual knowledge very well when we use the role of Ganga. God does not enter us to explain knowledge when He uses the role of Ganga to explain. God just makes us move in a specific way and narrate knowledge well through our link to God. The human being cannot be said to be the goddess Ganga, or any other god or goddess, when we are only subtly using that deity role. The corporeal body is used but we are not that corporeal body. We are the souls who are in the soul-conscious stage while we remain in the corporeal body so as to do service in the corporeal world. Using the role of Ganga helps us to use the spiritual Confluence Aged subtle region through which that role is used. To use this subtle role of Ganga, you can see yourself as the soul and then as beginning to use the role of Ganga. Or you can see yourself as the soul and as using the role of Ganga at the same time. As your stage improves, your ability to use that role improves. The better your stage while you use the role of Ganga, the better the explanations would be. If you used the role of Lakshmi while explaining, the explanations can be very bad because spiritual knowledge is not Lakshmi's speciality. Lakshmi and Narayan are roles used by the men and women in Satyug. The people in the divine world will not be effort-makers. They will enjoy a high soul-conscious stage naturally and they need not make any effort to attain a high stage. They will also be using the right hemisphere of the brain more than the left. So, they will not be as intelligent as the people in Kaliyug who use the left hemisphere more than the right. Using the right hemisphere of the brain enables one to have spiritual guidance through the soul-conscious stage. It will give us whatever information we need and whatever guidance we need when we face a specific situation. So, we don't have to use our intelligence to deal with a situation. Using our intelligence to solve a problem in life may not really solve it. But spiritual guidance gives us the best guidance to deal with whatever situation we are faced with. So there is no need for the divine people in the new divine world to use their left hemisphere so as to act in an intelligent manner. They will be happily living like children. Even when I use the role of Lakshmi, I tend to not use the left hemisphere as much. Thus, what I say, when I use that role, may not sound intelligent. But spiritual guidance will be there. However, since my subtle role of Lakshmi is not well developed as yet, I find it better to use the role of Gangga, Parvati, Skanda or Shanker when I begin effort-making. Even if your link to God was not good, God can make you explain the spiritual knowledge well. You play the role of Ganga when God does that. Visualising yourself as linked to God may also enable you to use the role of Ganga when there is a need for God to use you so as to explain something. When God explains through our good stage of Ganga, we are closely linked to God at that time. It is because we are linked to God and God has control over us while giving explanations on spiritual knowledge, that in the Hindu scripture stories, Shiva is shown to have control over Ganga while the purifying Ganges River flows out of her mouth. The knowledge that flows out of our mouth when we play the role of Ganga can purify the soul when a soul listens to it or when one contemplates on the spiritual knowledge that is being given. Through using Ganga, God will give the listener an understanding and God also purifies the soul who is listening to the spiritual knowledge. So the role of Ganga is closely associated to God and the purification process, during the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. Sometimes, you may not be seeing yourself as Ganga but because your link to God is good, God is using you to explain something. Though you are not aware of it, you are playing the role of Ganga at that time. The water that is shown to come out of Ganga's mouth while she is in the hair-lock of Shiva represents spiritual knowledge which will help to transform the souls who bath themselves in God's spiritual vibrations when they hear that spiritual knowledge. Hearing the spiritual knowledge takes you within and when you have gone within, you get linked to God. You are bathing in God's vibrations and getting purified when you are linked to God. All this takes place in the Confluence Aged subtle region especially created by God for this purpose. Just as a subtle region exists based on our believes and consciousness; God also creates the Confluence Aged subtle region through His consciousness or 'thought'. With the thought or belief that He subtly meets us in the Confluence Aged subtle region, the Confluence Aged subtle region is created. It is also like as if He creates the path to Him through that subtle region. We can flow along with God and meet Him in the Confluence Aged subtle region through contemplating on the spiritual knowledge given to us by God. God gives us a helping hand when we try to do this. We should grab His Hand so that we can easily go beyond by contemplating on the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge.

Om Shanti

Sat, Jan 15 2011 11:55pm MHT 13

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Title: Part 38 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Hindus pray to God (Alien to our World), Baby Ganesha story

Contents: Since God does not take births in our corporeal world like how human souls do, God will always be an alien to this corporeal world which we live in. Hindus pray to God, the Alien and not to aliens who are not God. Though Hindus pray to the idols that had been created by the deity souls from the Copper Age onwards, the Hindus are actually praying to God and not to the deity souls who can also be considered as aliens to this ordinary world, when they are in the divine dimension during Satyug and Tetrayug, and when they are in the Confluence Aged subtle regions at the end of the cycle. Even if by mistake, they pray to the deity soul, it is only God who will and who can help them. Each idol prayed to by the Hindus have 2 aspects to it. The first is the Supreme Soul or God aspect. If one scrutinizes all the knowledge relating to the idols that are worshiped, one would find that all those idols have the aspect of the Supreme Soul or God. It is to this Supreme Soul aspect or God aspect which the Hindus are praying to. It does not matter as to what form God is worshiped in. All that matters is what is in the mind of the one doing the prayers. When Hindus worship an idol, they have the Supreme Soul or God aspect in their mind and so they are worshiping God. It has also been provided for in the Hindu scriptures that whichever form one worships God, there is only one God which everyone is worshiping. So there aren't many Gods in Hinduism. It is just the customs and idols which differ, based on preferences. The idol or 'god' with 'small g' may be different but the God (with capital G) who is worshipped is only one. The other aspect of the idol is where the deity is portrayed as behaving like humans in the corporeal world. When Hindus want to discuss as to what is good behaviour and as to what is bad behaviour, then they discuss the behaviour of the deities in the Hindu scripture stories. For example, there is a story that on one of Ganesha's birthday, Baby Ganesha had gone from temple to temple eating his favourite sweet pudding called modak or modakam, which was shaped like a ball with a sweet core. His stomach was getting full and so his vehicle, the mouse, was also struggling more and more because of the heavier weight. Having eaten a good number of these sweet puddings, Ganesha was still travelling on His mouse at night. The full moon was just watching all this very quietly. Suddenly, the mouse stumbled and Ganesha fell down. Baby Ganesha had eaten so much that his stomach burst and all the sweet puddings rolled out of his stomach. Baby Ganesha ran and picked them all up and stuffed them all back in his stomach again. Then, he caught a snake that was passing by and tied his stomach with the snake so that the sweet puddings will stay in his stomach. The full moon burst into laughter when he saw this. Ganesha got angry and cursed the moon to wax and wane as it does now. For a Hindu devotee, this story portrays that one should not be greedy as Baby Ganesha was, and should also not laugh at the misfortune of others as the full moon did. The consequences of both these actions can be bad as the story portrays. But for the Confluence Aged soul, there is a lot more hidden meanings in the story, especially in respect of the full moon, the snake and other symbolic things in the story. The Confluence Aged explanations for this story is given in the next article titled, “Part 37 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The Hidden Meanings in the Baby Ganesha Story”. The ancient people had provided something for the devotees through their scripture stories. But they had also added hidden meanings into the stories which would only be understood now, at the end of the cycle of 5000 years. Unless one was in the Confluence Age, one would not understand those hidden meanings. There are also other Hindu scripture stories which relates to the Confluence Age and which also provides for the worship aspects of Hinduism. One can't categorise all the stories as having the same purpose. But since Hinduism is the bhakti aspect of the deity religion, the stories often touches or includes Confluence Aged events because that is where the Deity Religion began. The Deity Religion began with God creating the deities of Satyug. These deities were created in the Confluence Age, which overlaps the end of Kaliyug and the beginning of Satyug. Though the Hindu stories touch these aspects relating to the Confluence Aged events, Hinduism also provides for the worship of God.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:03am MHT 14

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Title: Part 39 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The Hidden Meanings in the Baby Ganesha Story (1)

Contents: This video deals with the Confluence Aged aspects of the Hindu story where Baby Ganesha eats a lot of sweet puddings on his birthday until his stomach bursts when he falls off his vehicle, the mouse. The story has already been narrated in “Part 36 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Hindus pray to God (Alien to our World), Baby Ganesha story”. Though those on the path of bhakti are being taught the lesson that one should not be greedy nor laugh at the misfortune of others through this story, there are hidden meanings in this story which can only be understood by the Confluence Aged souls who had created these stories in the Copper Age. I am going to explain the Confluence Aged aspects of the story based on my own spiritual experiences, and through using the spiritual knowledge taught by the Brahma Kumaris and other Confluence Aged souls. During the Confluence Age, Ganesha is the soul for whom God will be his World. Ganesha is a subtle role used by the soul whose world is God. Ganesha will only have a body of light. So Ganesha cannot be heavy, which is why even a mouse can be his vehicle. An elephant is so huge and heavy. A mouse would never be able to carry an elephant. But since the deity role Ganesha actually represents a subtle body of light, a mouse represented his vehicle in the story. Those who use the role of Ganesha will feel very light because of their good stage. The vices will not be in an emerged state and so they will feel light and happy. At the same times they will also be using a subtle body of light. So they will be double 'light'. Since they are constantly remembering God and doing everything while keeping God in their mind, God is their world. So they will constantly be double 'light' because remembering God establishes our link to Him, which in turn enables us to use the subtle body of light and feel light. In the story, since Ganesha was eating so much because of greed, he was getting heavier and the mouse was struggling to carry him. This represents how greed makes one heavy like corporeal bodies. Greed brings a soul into the body-conscious state, where one feels like as if one is the body. In the body-conscious state, we also feel heavy, emotionally, when the vices have taken control over us. The mouse is also considered as a bad natured animal considering the things which it does. The Sanskrit word mūṣaka (which means mouse) is derived from the root mūṣ ( which means 'stealing or robbing'). The mouse can carry things away which is why the word mūṣaka was used by the ancient people when they were referring to the mouse. In this sense, Ganesha was shown as sitting on top of the mouse because, during the soul-conscious stage, one would be above and beyond the ability to steal or rob. One is in control over oneself, during the soul-conscious stage and so one would not steal or rob. This is similar to how we are in control of the vehicle which we ride. Sometimes, a rat is also shown as the vehicle of Ganesha. Both the rats and the mice are destructive animals. Rats and mice can destroy all sorts of valued possessions by gnawing on them. Rat and mice can also start fires and stop power supplies by chewing electrical wires. Rats and mice, whether dead or alive, can spread disease which can reduce or destroy the human population. Destruction and the reduction of world population takes place significantly, at the end of the cycle. Thus, Ganesha has been shown seated above all this and as the rider in control of this. There are 2 aspects to the usage of the mouse and rat relating to it's destructive nature. The first aspect is where we have to subdue the rat or the destructive nature which we have during the body-conscious state, in Kaliyug. We subdue this by going into the soul-conscious state. We move into this soul-conscious stage when we use the role of Ganesha, during the Confluence Age. So Ganesha is portrayed as being beyond the destructive nature of Kaliyug, by being placed on top of the rat or the mouse. The other aspect to the rat and mouse being used relates to Ganesha being in control when destruction takes place, at the end of the cycle. This shall be continued in the next article.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:07am MHT 15

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Title: Part 40 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The Hidden Meanings in the Baby Ganesha Story (2)

Contents: Associating Ganesha to the destructive rats and mouse associates Ganesha to the destructive process that takes place at the end of the cycle when the role of Ganesha gets played. It is through using the role of Ganesha that the new divine world is brought in and this also brings in the destructive events. Nature serves those who use the role of Ganesha by helping to clean the world and by getting rid of everything that exists in the old world. At the end of the cycle, the natural calamities help to get rid of whatever is in the old world so that that which belongs to the new divine world can replace it. As the souls who play the role of Ganesha keep making effort and become ready, the forces of nature will become their servants and help to get rid of the atomic gases and all the other rubbish of the old world. So, the role of Ganesha is also associated to the destructive events. Ganesha is shown as sitting above all these and as the rider because, in an indirect way, he is in control of all these. Just as the mouse and rat can be destructive, even the natural calamities can be destructive. Ganesha using the rat as a vehicle is similar to Ganesha using the destructive forces which are, in an indirect way, under his control. Ganesha using the rat also represents how something that can be destructive can be tamed to become beneficial as nature becomes at the end of the cycle when they help to clean the place up and when they transform into the divine state. In the divine state, in the new divine world, they will serve Mankind in a very beautiful and beneficial manner. In this story, the moon is associated to a curse because a cursed person has to endure something bad. In the story, the moon lost something good and got something bad because he laughed at Ganesha. This represents how the people who had walked out of the divine world had lost something got and got something bad because they began to use the vices. The moon is shown to have laughed it represents the soul allowing the vices to take control which was why it laughed at the misfortune of Ganesha. The full moon represents the complete divine state of the soul. The moon lost this because it allowed itself to be influenced by the vices and it did something based on the influence of the vices that had emerged. Even Adam and Eve are portrayed as having lost their divine world and divine state because they did something based on the influence of the vices that had merged to take control. The snake in the Adam and Eve story represents the vices. In the Confluence Age, we try to become like the full moon by reflecting the light of God into the world, like how the moon reflects the light of the sun. During the Confluence Age, God is like the sun and we are like the moon. If we reflect God's light, we look so beautiful and we do a great service for the corporeal world too by giving it light. Laughing at the misfortune of others is an act which involves the usage of the vices. When we do an act through the influence of the vices, the vices are in an emerged state within the soul. We lose our high stage when the vices come into an emerged state. When we lose our stage, we are not reflecting God's light into the world anymore. That means we are not like the full moon anymore. It is like as if we lost this beautiful stage, where we reflect God's light, because of the vices which brings the soul into a dark state. This is like going into a cursed state. The snake represents how we change our old body into a new one in the Confluence Age, like how a snake changes it's skin. The snake also represents immortality. During the Naga stage, which is also the soul-conscious state, we will be aware that we are changing bodies so as to walk into the new world or so as to take our new divine birth in the new world. The soul will be aware of what is happening and so the soul does not fear death because it is just a matter of changing the skin which represents the corporeal body. Ganesha tying a snake around his stomach represents that we can keep control over greed, and all the other vices, when we use the high soul-conscious stage which can also be referred to as the Naga stage or snake deity stage. Please read my articles on the “Snake Deities & the Naga clan” for more on the snake deity stage. During the soul-conscious state, we know of what is about to happen to us, and so it can be seen as the stage through which we experience immortality. We also feel 'light' at that time and so Ganesha would be able to ride the mouse again. But when we lose that stage, we become mortals again and we become heavy. Ganesha represents a soul who is a good spiritual effort-maker and whose world revolves around God. When this effort-maker is enjoying the high, pure soul-conscious stage, he plays the role of the subtle Ganesha deity role in the subtle region. Baby Ganesha quickly tying himself with the snake represents that he is a good effort-maker and so he remembered to use the high soul-conscious stage which can also be referred to as the snake deity stage.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:11am MHT 16

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Title: Part 41 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes -Ancient Stories & Purification Relates to What Happens in Parallel Universes at the End of the Cycle of Time

Contents: At the end of the Silver Age, when the deity souls lost their divine world, they tried to re-create that divine world. But when they realised that God comes at the end of the cycle to re-create the divine world, they reflected this in their spiritual theories and stories which actually relates a lot of what happens in the parallel universes at the end of the cycle. Even though these spiritual theories and stories have got altered with time, there are still traces of how God only comes at the end of the cycle in the spiritual theories and stories that continued until today. For example, God Shiva has been associated to destruction which only takes place at the end of the cycle. For Hindus, Shiva is the God of creation, preservation and destruction. However, He has been greatly associated to destruction more than creation and preservation because God comes at the end of the cycle to re-create the new divine world and it is also at that time that destruction takes place. Destruction is closely associated to the end whereas creation is closely associated to the beginning of the cycle. Thus, Shiva has been associated to the end. Shiva's great spiritual strength has also been given emphasis to through stories because it is that great spiritual strength of God which can up-lift the whole world into the satopradhan state. Shiva's spiritual strength has been appreciated and portrayed by the ancient people through their spiritual theories and stories because the ancient people realised that the strength of God is needed to up-lift the world into the divine world. They realised that their own strength was not enough to up-lift the whole world into the divine state. In comparison to Shiva's spiritual strength, which is like an Ocean, the human soul's strength is just like a drop of water in that Ocean. So the ancient human beings knew that they would not be able to re-create the divine world on their own without God's help. In one of the Hindu scripture stories, they even portrayed Shiva's strength as being far more superior than Ravana's strength because Ravana represents the vices at the end of the cycle and Lanka represents the old world which gets destroyed, at the end of the cycle. In the story, when Ravana, the 10 headed demon King of Lanka, wanted admission into the abode of Shiva at Mount Kailash, Ravana was not allowed to enter. Furious, Ravana lifts the mountain and shakes it violently. When Shiva gently presses down on the mountain with his right toe, Ravana begins to realise the enormous power of Shiva and praises him for a thousand years. Just as there are hidden Confluence Aged meanings in all the ancient stories, there is also a hidden Confluence Aged meaning to this story. At the end of the cycle, God, as Shiva, would definitely be victorious in transforming the world into a divine world. The vices are no match to God's powerful vibrations. So, they will not exist anymore in the Golden Age because God's powerful vibrations transform all the vices back into their original form. Though God does not rule in the corporeal world, in the Golden Age, the kingdom in the Golden Age is referred to as God's kingdom because God gets it created. The vices will not be allowed entrance into God's kingdom in the Golden Age. Then, the Golden Age will exist for 1250 years. So Ravana is said to praise Shiva for a thousand years. The thousand years also represents the 1st half of the cycle of time during which time, the vices will not exist in the corporeal world. Further, during the Confluence Age, the vices, represented by Ravana are not allowed to emerge and exist when the Confluence Aged souls are in their soul-conscious state. While in the soul-conscious state, one is in the Confluence Aged subtle region. This Confluence Aged subtle region is seen as our meeting place with God. It is where we meet God. This is why Shiva's abode, in Mount Kailash, is seen as the place where we subtly meet Shiva. The vices cannot exist in this Confluence Aged subtle region because of God's spiritual strength which is enjoyed by those while they are in that subtle region. The vices will also not be allowed entrance into the Soul World when all souls are taken back to the Soul World at the end of the cycle. The Soul World is where God resides. All these are some reasons why Ravana was shown as not being allowed into God's abode in the story. The Soul World is not just God's Home, it is also our Home. At the end, when souls get purified, they are liberated from the vices because all their energies get transformed back into the virtues and powers. All souls have to be in their pure liberated state in the Soul World This is why all souls have to get purified before taken back to the Soul World. Purification only takes place, when all the souls leave their corporeal body to go back to Soul World, at the end of the cycle. The Christians refer to this as the Jugdement Day. However, for the sake of world transformation, God transforms the deity souls in the Confluence Aged subtle regions. We become powerful through the purification process. Through becoming spiritually powerful during the Confluence Age, we get the opportunity to enjoy greater happiness in the divine world. As per the Law of Karma, we have to earn our own fortune through making effort, during the Confluence Age. So God is giving us this opportunity to earn our own income or fortune through the purification process. Thus, even though the Confluence Aged souls have not left the corporeal body yet, we have started our purification process and so it is like as if we are on our way back to the Soul World.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:16am MHT 17

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Title: Part 42 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (1 - Sati, Parvati)

Contents: The Sumerian Anu and Inanna or Ishtar, relating to aliens and UFOs, portray the roles of the same Confluence Aged souls as that which is portrayed by Parvati and Shiva in the Hindu scripture stories. So before I begin a discussion about the Sumerian Anu, Inanna, Ishtar and Nibiru, I am going to discuss Sati, Parvati, Shiva and Kailash. Then, I will relate it to the aliens who have been referred to as Inanna or Ishtar and Anu in the Sumerian legends. In the Hindu scripture stories, Shiva and his consort, live in a parallel universe. They are not residents on earth, in the corporeal dimension. However, Shiva's consort is shown as leaving her subtle abode so as to take a birth in the corporeal world as Sati in order to marry Shiva. As Sati, she is in the corporeal world while she meditates on Shiva to bring him down to earth so as to claim her as His wife. This part of the story relates to what happens in the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle and it also relates to what happens at the beginning of the Copper Age which finally ends with the deity souls playing their roles in the Confluence Age at the end of the cycle. In the Confluence Age, some souls take more than a birth so as to play their role in the Confluence Age, as the wife of God. If we leave the corporeal body to take another birth at the end of the cycle, we will have to continue our role, as the wife of God, through the new birth which we take. The roles of Sati and Parvati reflect this. It also reflects how we did bhakti from the beginning of the Copper Age through which God does finally come into the corporeal world at the end of the cycle. In the story, Sati is finally shown jumping into her father's Yagya, which is a fire offering. This burns off the role of Sati, in the story so that later, the role of Parvati can be brought into the story. However, the Yagya also reflects the purification process during the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle when God, our Father, burns off all the impurities within us, the souls. The purification process which takes place during the Confluence Age is a subtle Yagya through which the souls are purified. This is why Sati is said to have jumped into her Father's Yagya. God is our Father in the Confluence Age because he takes care of us and because we, the souls, become like Him when our spiritual energies transform into the divine state. We become like Him but we do not become God. There is a difference. God's strength and might is like that of the Ocean whereas we are like a drop in comparison. But since our energies transform to become divine like His and since we are absorbing and reflecting out God's energies into the corporeal world, we look like Him when we reflect His energies out. The Yagya in the story also combines the bhakti which is done from the beginning of the Copper Age to God's Yagya at the end of the cycle. The ancient people, who had walked out of the divine world at the end of the Silver Age, were trying to combine the bhakti which they had begun from the beginning of the Copper Age to God's Yagya, which takes place in the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. Thus, they used Sati and the Yagya so as to connect their bhakti to the Confluence Age through which their divine world is returned to them. Sati represents the souls within them who are doing bhakti so as to play the role of God's wife. This wish, finally, does turn into a reality at the end of the cycle. Through linking Sati to the Confluence Age in this way, the Copper Aged people have linked themselves to the Confluence Age through which the divine world gets re-created. Those ancient people were trying to create the setting for the Kaliyug world in the story, after Sati's death. Sati's death also represents their death because they were trying to make sure that they re-emerge at the end of the cycle when it is time for the re-creation of the new divine world. I have discussed this further in the articles on Vyasa. Please read them if you do not understand the 'immortal roles' that are supposed to be played by some of the those who had walked out of the perfect world (especially by those who have just lost their perfect world even in the corporeal way). In the Hindu scripture story, when Sati died, Shiva lost interest in worldly affairs. Shiva completely turns His back on the world and resumes living the life of an ascetic again. The demon Taraka began creating havoc in all the worlds. All these, basically, presents the setting for the Kaliyug world, and the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. God does not turn the world into a divine world until the end and so this has been portrayed with Shiva being shown as having no interest in the world, after Sati's death. Actually, God does help all souls who turn to Him. However, God cannot come into the corporeal world to re-create the divine world because as per the World Drama, God only comes into the corporeal world at the end of the cycle to re-create the divine world. This gives all other non-deity souls an opportunity to come and play their roles on earth. At the end of the cycle, the vices are in their strongest state. This is represented, in the story, by the demon Taraka creating hell on earth. The demon Taraka is also shown giving the Devas a bad time because the Confluence Aged soul will be battling with the vices until they finally become victorious.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:21am MHT 18

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Title: Part 43 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (2 - Shakti, Parvati serves Shiva)

Contents: In the Hindu spiritual theories and stories, Shakti appears as the essential power, of the Supreme Brahman because although it is God who helps us all from the Copper Age, he is not able to re-create the divine world until the Shaktis are used through the Confluence Age. Shakti and Parvati refers to the same souls. Different names are given based on the different roles which are used during the Confluence Age. I will be discussing this concept of Shakti in greater detail later when I discuss Brahman. For the time being it has to be just noted that it is Shakti who takes a birth in the corporeal world on earth so as to get married to Shiva. In the Hindu scripture story relating to the marriage of Shiva and Parvati, a lot of representations were used to represent the Kaliyug world which is when Shiva and Parvati are re-united. This Marriage takes place in the Confluence Age which overlaps the end of Kaliyug and the beginning of Satyug. In the Hindu scripture stories, it is said that the gods asked or prayed to Shakti to incarnate once again and turn Shiva back to the world, thereby restoring Cosmic balance and saving the world. Shakti agreed to incarnate, and thereupon took birth again as Parvati in the corporeal world. The gods asking or praying to Shakti to incarnate, so as to turn Shiva's attention to the world, basically represents what happens from the Copper Age when the deity souls began bhakti in an attempt to get God to re-create the divine world through enabling the role of Shakti and Parvati to be played again. Praying to bring the role of Parvati back into the corporeal world was also part of the bhakti to get the divine orderly world re-created. Turning “Shiva back to the world, thereby restoring Cosmic balance and saving the world” refers to the event where God comes into the corporeal dimension again so as to transform the old world into the new divine world again. Bringing back cosmic order into the universe only happens at the end of the cycle, through the Confluence Age. In the Hindu scripture stories, Shakti first took a birth as Sati and later she takes another birth as Parvati in the corporeal world. Parvati represents the new spiritual birth taken at the end of the cycle, during the Confluence Age, so as to serve God during the world transformation process. In the Hindu story, Parvati serves Shiva hoping that Shiva would marry her. This is a representation of how we keep doing Confluence Aged service so that we can enjoy the stage where we are married to God. One has to make effort to go beyond so as to attain the stage where we are are married to God. Service includes making spiritual effort to go beyond and it also includes doing everything in the corporeal world, that relates to world transformation. In the story, whenever Parvati feels tired when serving, she gazes at the moon on Shiva's head and she is refreshed. Then, she will be able to continue serving Him tirelessly. This power which Shiva possessed, which enabled her to become tireless, had amazed her and had increased her desire to marry Shiva. Parvati does severe penance and meditation to get Shiva to marry her. Finally, Shiva marries her and they return to Kailash, Shiva's abode. Parvati serving Shiva is a reflection of how we serve God, during the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle, through taking care of His service for world transformation, in the corporeal world. This service which we do helps to get the world transformed into the new divine world. This is why, in the Hindu story, Parvati is shown as being born in the corporeal world and serving Shiva in the corporeal world. Even making effort to go beyond is “service” because that helps to transform the world into a divine world. To make spiritual effort to go beyond, we need a corporeal body and so Parvati has to be associated to the corporeal world where the corporeal body is in. Shiva taking Parvati to Kailash after the marriage represents the situation where, through the link to God, we are enabled to be with God in the Confluence Aged subtle regions and it also represents how God is in the process of taking us all back Home to the Soul World. As we keep making spiritual effort to go beyond into the soul-conscious stage, we are getting purified and so we are on our way back to the Soul World with God. Going to and remaining in Kailash also represents our remaining in the Confluence Aged subtle region through our link to God. Through this link to God, we have God's company and we remain married to him. We have to be in the Confluence Aged subtle region while we do service in the corporeal world. In this story, Parvati is shown as having born and living in the corporeal world, as a human being who later serves and marries Shiva, because that is what happens at the end of the cycle. We first have to take a birth through a corporeal body in the corporeal world and only after that can we take a spiritual birth so as to take care of God's service through effort-making and doing other things in the corporeal world which helps with World Transformation. We have to take care of God's service as Parvati, in the corporeal world. We enjoy the stage of being Parvati through attaining the soul-conscious stage. When we enjoy the soul-conscious stage, while doing service, we enjoy the stage where we are married to God as Parvati. This is why Parvati is shown meditating upon Shiva so as to get married to Him.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 12:34am MHT 19

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Title: Part 44 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (3 - Moon on Shiva's Head, Third Eye)

Contents: In the Hindu scripture story where Parvati serves Shiva, Parvati is shown as not feeling tired anymore when she looks at the moon on Shiva's head because during the soul-conscious stage we will not feel tired. If we are not in our soul-conscious stage and so we feel tired while doing God's service in the corporeal world, we have to just go beyond into the soul-conscious stage and we will not feel tired anymore. I always do this when I feel tired and I know that we do feel fresh again after going beyond and while we remain in that high stage. This is why in the story, Parvati is said to feel 'tireless while doing service', when she looks at the moon on Shiva's head. Parvati looking at this moon actually represents her remembering God and the Confluence Aged knowledge which God gives during the Confluence Age. Remembering God, and the knowledge which He has given, enables us to attain the divine soul-conscious stage through which we feel tireless. The ancient people had used the moon on Shiva's head to represent a lot of things that are related to the Confluence Age. I will be discussing the moon's significance in a few articles because there is a lot to say. The moon is sometimes placed near Shiva's Third Eye so as to associate it to divine wisdom, the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge and spiritual power which is some of the things which the Third Eye represents. The Third eye of Shiva, which is on His forehead, is seen as the eye of wisdom because spiritual knowledge can only be truly understood through the third eye. The opening of the third eye only takes place at the end of the cycle. People have given different meanings to the third eye so as to explain their own spiritual theories and I am not referring to the third eye as they have begun to use it. I am explaining the original meaning that had been given to the third eye through the Hindu and other legendary stories. Shiva's Third Eye is said to be the eye that looks beyond that which is visible because it involves what happens in or through the Confluence Aged subtle dimensions. The Third Eye of Shiva is also associated to God's immense energy, which destroys evil and sins at the end of the cycle so as to transform everything, and all souls, into their pure state. God's spiritual power is like that of an ocean in comparison to the human soul's power. This is why it is only God's spiritual energy which can purify all human souls, thus burning away our sins and removing the vices from the face of the earth. Evil acts and sinful acts are done through the existence of the vices. When the vices are removed from the face of the earth, evil and sinful acts cannot be done thereafter because the world which does not have the vices in them is a divine world. This divine world can only be created through using God, at the end of the cycle. In a Hindu scripture story, it is said that when Parvati playfully covered both of Shiva's eyes, it became very dark in the whole universe. It was then that Shiva's Third Eye appeared. This represents that the Third Eye only begins to exist at the end of the cycle when it is the darkest period of the cycle. The third eye is used to re-create the new divine world. God's divine light is sent into the universe through using the third eye and this helps to re-create the new divine world. The Third Eye on Shanker's forehead, through which destruction is shown to take place, actually relates to the Confluence Age and the end of the cycle when the old world is destroyed and the new world replaces it. Actually, ShivaShanker is a combination of the Supreme Soul and the human soul who is playing the role of Shanker at the end of the cycle. During the Confluence Age, when we attain the highest stage of being Shanker in the subtle region, when we are soul-conscious, the world gets transformed through that. I have explained this further in the articles in the series titled, “Quantum Mechanics, Hinduism & Brahma Kumaris” . Our third eye opens when we receive this Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge, which I am discussing here, and we have to keep the third eye open through continuing to contemplate on the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge. Just contemplating on the knowledge helps us to go beyond and the third eye is thus opened or is kept open through that.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 03:32pm MHT 20

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Title: Part 45 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (4 - Moon, Ganga, New World)

Contents: Sometimes, the crescent on Shiva's head is placed near Ganga, who is in Shiva's Jada or matted hair, so as to associate the moon to the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge and the purification process which is represented by Ganga. Since Ganga is also a role used by the Confluenced Aged souls who are transforming into a beautiful moon, sometimes it is said that the Ganga gushes from the moon, on Shiva's head, onto earth. The moon on Shiva's head is also seen as the cup from which the intoxicating Soma is drank and this is also a reason why Ganga is shown gushing out from the cup or moon, sometimes. I will be discussing the significance of soma and amrit in articles later on while I discuss the Hindu story about the Churning of the Ocean. The moon on Shiva's head is supposed to be born through the Churning of the Ocean and I will also discuss this later when I discuss Soma and Amrit. Sometimes, the moon is placed between the Third Eye and Ganga so as to associate the moon to both Ganga and the Third Eye. The moon also represents the creation of the new divine world which is also why it has been placed near Ganga and the third eye. The role of Ganga is a role that is played through the Confluence Age. The spiritual knowledge which God gives through Ganga enables the soul, who listens to the knowledge, to get purified. The purification process which takes place through the soul bathing in God's vibrations while listening to the spiritual knowledge through Ganga, only takes place during the Confluence Age. Listening to the spiritual knowledge given by Ganga helps to open the Third Eye. The purification process which is represented by Ganga and the opening of the Third Eye, help to bring in the new divine world at the beginning of the new cycle of time. The lunar cycle has been associated to the 5000 year cycle of time through the Hindu scripture stories that had been created at the beginning of the Copper Age. The new moon has sometimes been used to represent the beginning of the new cycle of time when the divine world gets created. The various phases of the moon have been used to represent something or the other related to what happens at the end of the cycle. The creative nature of the people creating the stories had made them so this. The moon on Shiva's head is said to be the 5th day moon and sometimes it is also said to be the 3rd day moon from Amavasya. Amavasya falls on the day when there is no moon in the sky. There is a monthly 'no moon' day which is the darkest night of the month. This darkest night of the month represents the darkest time at the end of Kaliyug. I will be discussing the Confluence Aged significance of Amavasya later on. The new moon emerging out of this Amavasya has sometimes been used to represent the New Age or New world at the beginning of the new cycle. The moon on Shiva's head has been said to be the third day moon so as to associate it to the New Age in the new cycle. It is very difficult to see the third day moon. This is similar to how it is very difficult to see the creation of the new world through the subtle vibrations of the Confluence Age. It is the fifth day moon which is visible and so that moon was used to represent the new world that comes into the visible form. It does not matter if the moon on Shiva's head is the 3rd day moon or the 5th day moon. What is important is the significance of that moon on His head. The Crescent on Shiva head symbolizes the time cycle, at the end of which comes the new creation at the beginning of the cycle. Through this moon, Shiva is associated to the power of procreation along with the power of destruction. Not only is a divine world created through using God, but even the divine beings are re-created through transforming the tamopradhan souls into the satopradhan and sato state during the Confluence Age. The soul becomes more beautiful like the full moon as it's spiritual light energy increases through making effort to go beyond. The 3rd day moon, Ganga and the new divine world have also been associated through a story in the Matsya Purana, which has been mentioned in the Sri Hari-bhakti-vilasa. In this story, it has been said that on the third day of the bright half of the moon in the month Vaisakha (which is around April and May), the Supreme Lord Janardana started the cycle of Satya-yuga, and made Ganga descend to the earth from Brahmaloka. There are also various Hindu scripture stories as to how the moon came on Shiva's head. I will be discussing these later.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 03:41pm MHT 21

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Title: Part 46 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva(5 - Moon on Shiva's Head, Nitya Kala)

Contents: One Hindu view is that the moon on Shiva's head is the Nithya kala. Hindus say that the Nitya Kala does not wax and wane, and that it always reflects the light of Brahman without any break. The Crescent on Shiva head is supposed to represent the full moon. All these represent the Confluence Aged souls who are ready for world transformation. The moon, which we see in the sky, has 16 'kalas' or 'phases'. 15 of these 'Kalas or phases' are visible to us while the 16th is beyond our visibility. The Crescent on Shiva's head is a Kala or “phase of the moon” that represents the full moon, which is why this crescent is called Nitya Kala. The word Nitya means perennial, lasting an indefinitely long time, and recurrent or appearing again and again. The 'long lasting' aspect of the Nitya Kala relates to the full moon that does not wax and wane because it represents the Confluence Aged souls in their beautiful state during the Confluence Age. The soul never dies. It exists eternally through what happens in the Confluence Age. The 'recurring' aspect of Nitya Kala is in relation to the Confluence Aged souls constantly becoming like the full moon again and again during every Confluence Age at the end of each cycle of time. This will continue forever as the cycle keeps repeating. The ancient people who had just walked out of the divine world had created very beautiful and meaningful stories about what happens at the end of each cycle of time and these stories can only be explained by them at the end of the cycle of time, through their Confluence Aged birth. In one Hindu scripture story, which had been created by those ancient people, the moon had laughed at Ganesha on seeing him fall off from his vehicle because his tummy was so big. Thus, Ganesha had cursed that moon and so the moon lost it's beauty. Ganesha felt ashamed for the wrong that he had done and did penance to Shiva. Shiva showed his mercy by forgiving and putting the moon on his Jada. Since Shiva blessed the moon, the moon became the beautiful full moon again. This moon is represented by the 3rd day moon from Amavasya. Hindus believe that if people see the 3rd day moon (called Moondram pirai), their sins will all get washed away. But it will be very difficult to see this 3rd day moon. It usually cannot be seen with the naked eye. It is said that it would only be visible for a few minutes in the evening of the 3rd day moon. The moon on Shiva's head represents the moon that is first sighted when the moon begins to wax. Hindus believe that one is very lucky if one sees this moon in the sky. I think the Muslims also try to see this moon to break their fast, after their fasting month. With difficulty, the Muslims sight the moon with scientific instruments and then, they celebrate. The celebrations represent the happiness and joy that is experienced by the people world-wide, at the end of the cycle, when all souls are about to return home to the Soul World. Salvation and liberation is received at the end, just as souls are about to return home with God to the Soul World. I was told that it is very difficult to see the moon on the third day and that one would definitely be able to see it on the 4th day. This may be why it is stated in the Genesis that the Moon was created on the 4th day of creation. There are various different legendary stories world-wide which actually relate to the same event that occurs at the end of the cycle, even though there are slight or a lot of variations in the stories. The non-pagan religions have adopted the stories and have given it their own meanings. There are also a lot of variations in the Hindu scripture stories and people have also given these stories a lot of different meanings, with time. A soul who has come into the Confluence Age will not be bothered by the differences in the stories. The soul who is in the Confluence Age will know that these stories all relate to the same Confluence Aged events. But those who are not in the Confluence Age, and who are in their tamopradhan state, can fight with each other based on the differences, not realizing that the stories were just meant to relate the same Confluence Aged events and the creative nature of the creators of the stories had made them bring variety into the stories which is why the stories can seem conflicting and different. If one knew what the story was meant to portray, what does it matter if the story was related in a different way for variety.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 03:52pm MHT 22

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Title: Part 47 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (6 - 3rd, 4th and 5th day moons)

Contents: Hindus say that if people see the 3rd day moon in the sky, their sins will all get washed away. This is actually a reference to what happens during the Confluence Age. Our sins are washed away when, like Parvati seeing the moon on Shiva's head, we keep seeing or remembering God and His Confluence Aged knowledge which is for the creation of the new divine world. In the Hindu scripture stories, Ganesha is shown cursing the moon for laughing at him and for being so vain. Laughing at people's misfortune and being vain involves the usage of the vices. At the end of Kaliyug, we are in our most tamopradhan state and so we are influenced by the vices to a great extent. Being in this state is like being in a cursed state. This has been represented by the moon being cursed in the Hindu scripture stories. Hindus say that one will experience bad luck if they look at the 4th day moon, which represents the moon which laughed at Ganesha. The moon actually represents the Confluence Aged souls. These Confluence Aged souls will be in their most tamopradhan state by the end of the cycle. They will be more tamopradhan than all the other souls because they came into the cycle earlier. So the moon is being shown as being in a cursed state at the end of the cycle, in the Hindu scripture stories. People being cursed by seeing the 4th day moon also reflects how people can get hurt by the tamopradhan nature of deity souls, who are in a very bad stage or ordinary stage, even though they are supposed to be in the Confluence Age. Not only can these so-called Confluence Aged souls hurt others but they can also hurt each other which is why the Moon is shown to have hurt Ganesha and Ganesha is shown to have hurt the moon. Both the full moon and Ganesha are considered to represent the deity souls in the Confluence Age. When one is in the Confluence Age, one cannot hurt anyone but when our stage is very bad, we can say and do things which can hurt people. The 4th day moon also represents the kind of people that exist at the end of Kaliyug. In the Brahma Kumaris, it is said that one should not look at the Kaliyugi's behaviour because if one did that one can easily lose one's stage and behave like a Kaliyugi. If we keep seeing something while we are in an ordinary state, impressions of what we see are left on the soul and this influences the soul to behave like that which we have been frequently seeing. So BKs advise that if one happens to look at the behaviour of one whose behaviour is tamopradhan, one should immediately turn one's attention away from the person and turn it towards the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge which relates to the creation of the new world. In this way, one would be able to watch what the other person is doing and saying as a detached observer. A detached observer is a person who is in the divine soul-conscious stage. When we watch something while we are in the soul-conscious stage, no impure impressions can be left on the soul because of the divine state of the soul's energy. So BKs advise their members to watch whatever is happening to, and around, them as detached observers while maintaining a high stage. Even if a Confluence Aged soul was behaving badly, it is like as if one is seeing something bad because if our stage was in an ordinary state, impure impressions can be left on the soul and this would make one become even more impure. So one should look at a person when their stage is good. That will leave good impressions on souls who are in their ordinary state and it will influence them to behave in a divine manner even though their stage is not high. So they will not be influenced to do anything bad that will bring them 'bad luck'. When the Confluence Age starts, the creation of the divine world begins in a very subtle manner and people are not able to see it. This is represented by the 3rd day moon. Then, as the Confluence Age continues, people will see the Confluence Aged souls behaving badly when these Confluence Aged souls are in a very bad or ordinary stage because their effort-making is not good. This represents the 4th day moon. Then, finally, the most powerful Confluence Aged souls will be ready and this brings in the creation of the new divine world into a materialised or visible form and this is represented by the 5th day moon. When the divine world gets created into a visible form, all the Confluence Aged souls will be up-lifted into a powerful stage and so they wouldn't behave badly anymore and so the effects of the 4th day moon is over. The effects of seeing the 4th day moon is overcome by seeing the 3rd day moon because the tamopradhan deity souls, who are represented by the 4th day moon, begin to transform into divine souls and this is represented by the 3rd day moon. This theory about incurring bad luck when we see the 4th day moon also represents how people seeing the tamopradhan world at the end of the cycle, when the deity souls are in a cursed state, are in a cursed world experiencing bad luck. The 3rd day moon and the 5th day moon also represents the Confluence Aged souls doing a lot good at the end of the cycle, while they are in the Confluence Age and while having a good stage during the Confluence Age.
Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 04:06pm MHT 23

Pari

Title: Part 48 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (7 - Ganesha Curses Moon Story, Cursed Moon)

Contents: There are different Hindu scripture stories relating to how Ganesha curses the moon. In one story, Naradha gave a very precious and ever-lasting fruit to Shiva in Kailash. This fruit is shown as a precious and ever-lasting fruit because it is the 'fruit of service' which is carried into future births. It is shown as being given in Kailash because the 'fruit' is earned through our spiritual effort-making through the usage of the Confluence Aged subtle regions. I have explained this fruit in other videos. In the story, both Kartikeya and Ganesha started fighting to get this fruit. Shiva was unsure as to who to give the fruit to. So Brahma advised that the fruit should be given to Kartikeya and so Shiva gave the fruit to Kartikeya. Ganesha got angry with Brahma because the fruit was given to Kartikeya. So one day, Ganesha started frightening Brahma with his beast-like appearance. The moon on Shanker's forehead started mocking and laughing at this form of Ganesha. Ganesha got angry and he cursed the moon. The moon lost his beauty because of Ganesha's curse and so the moon hid himself. The Hindu God Indra asked the moon to meditate while reciting a mantra. The moon did that for 12 years, after which Ganesha blessed him with his beauty again. So the moon became bright and beautiful again. The moon meditating and reciting the mantra for 12 years combines the Copper Aged bhakti to re-create the divine world to the Power of Yoga in the next Confluence Age which finally makes the deity souls beautiful again. The Hindu God Indra represents God as the King of the deities in the Confluence Aged subtle region. This story is different from the story where Shiva blesses the moon after Ganesha curses it. But this story also relates to the Confluence Aged events. For example the moon on Shiva's head represents the deity souls who had become beautiful during the Confluence Age. Then, it is like as if they are cursed when the soul loses it's spiritual beauty by the end of the cycle. Then, through God using the soul who plays the role of Ganesha, in the next Confluence Age, and through using the blessed role of Ganesha during the Confluence Age at the end of the cycle, the deity souls become bright and beautiful like the full moon again. All these different stories were created by the people who had walked out of the divine world and it all related about the same Confluence Aged events. The ancient people who had just walked out of the divine world were not happy that they had just lost their divine world. They felt like as if they were in a state which was similar to being in a cursed state. This is also why the snake is shown as being cursed in the Christian's Adam story. I have briefly explained this part of the Adam's story in my other video clips. In the Confluence Aged knowledge, the moon represents the Confluence Aged souls, so, the ancient people associated the moon losing it's beautiful full moon state as a sign of being cursed. The scripture stories associated the cursed state of the Copper Aged people to the cursed state of the Kaliyug people. Looking at both these groups of people, represented looking at people who were influenced by the vices. If one looks at or mixes with people who are influenced by the vices, one can get hurt. One's own spiritual state can get worse when one keeps looking at them. Thus, scripture stories got created to state that if anyone looks at the moon, that represents the moon that laughed at Ganesha, they will incur bad luck. This also represents how the deity souls, as the cursed moon, are unworthy of being admired by the end of the cycle and so people should not turn their attention towards these deity souls until the deity souls move into the Confluence Age again. No-one will admire or be helped by the weak state of deity souls while they are in their tamopradhan state at the end of the cycle. So no-one is supposed to see the 4th day moon which represents them. This is similar to the Pandavas being in exile, in the Mahabharata story. Someone seeing the 4th day moon by chance, would have to reap the consequences of the act. Hindus say that seeing the 3rd and the 5th day moon are supposed to have the effect of removing the curse which had been placed on them by seeing the 4th day moon. This symbolizes that when we see the admirable qualities of the deity souls, during the Confluence Age, we will see people world-wide being helped to maintain a peaceful stage despite the destructive events that take place on earth. We will also see the re-creation of the new divine world. The 5th day moon also symbolises that the Confluence Aged souls would not be behaving badly anymore. It has to be noted that the 3rd day moon is invisible and one would only be able to see the 4th day moon and the 5th day moon. This is similar to how at the end of the cycle, at the beginning of the Confluence Age, one would not be able to see the new world in the materialised form. This is similar to how the 3rd day moon is not visible most of the time. One would only be able to see the Confluence Aged souls trying to do world service and one would be able to see their tamo nature when their stage is not good. This is represented by the 4th day moon. But after this, one will be able to see the new world in the materialised way and this is represented by the 5th day moon. It has also been said that one can be freed from the curse, of having seen the 4th day moon, by reading, repeating or listening to the story of how Lord Krishna cleared His character in the story of the Syamantaka jewel which is quoted in the Srimad Bhagavatam. This story of the Syamantaka jewel also relates to what happens in, and through, the Confluence Age. I will discuss this story later.
Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 04:11pm MHT 24

Pari

Title: Part 49 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Parvati & Shiva (8 - Moon, Nitya Kala, celebrations)

Contents: The moon on Shiva's head represents the Nitya Kala and yet it also represents the time when the new divine world gets re-created because these 2 take place together. When we become like the Nitya Kala, constantly emitting God's light into the world, the divine world gets created. During this time, when the world get re-created, we get rejunevated and transform into divine beings. This is why in the Hindu scripture story, Parvati is shown as getting re-freshed when she looks at the moon on Shiva's head. Parvati is seen like the mother of the corporeal world because she serves to re-establish the new world while she keeps going beyond through contemplation on God. As we keep making effort, we are in the process of transforming into the divine deity souls. This also means that we are in the process of re-creating the new world because as the soul transforms into the divine state, the new world is in the process of being re-create and the new body is also in the process of being re-created for the transformed deity souls to use in the new world. The Nitya Kala on Shanker's head represents God acting through His instruments at the end of the cycle, through which the divine world is re-created. This is why the moon is placed in Shiva's hair as one of His ornaments. In our powerful stage, during the Confluence Age, we are like God's decorations. When we are in our most powerful stage at the end of the cycle, we are also like the full moon reflecting God's light into the world. So the Nitya Kala represents the full moon. The 5000 year cycle of time is also represented through the moon on Shiva's head because Shiva plays His greatest role at the end of the cycle as the “Destroyer” of the old world and the creator of the new divine world. Shiva plays this role through Shanker. He uses the human souls, who use the role of Shanker, to re-create the divine world and so Shiva has been associated to Shanker, making them inseperable, like as if Shiva and Shanker are one and the same. However, Shiva and Shanker are not the same soul. Shanker represents “God using the human soul” which is why Shanker is shown meditating all the time. It is the intense effort-makers who will be able to play the role of Shanker, which is why Shanker has been portrayed as an intense effort maker in the Hindu scripture theories and stories. The Crescent on Shanker's head symbolizes the end of the cycle of time, when the new creation is brought in. The new creation begins at the end of the cycle, during the Confluence Age, but people can't see the new world in the materialised form. They will only be able to see it in it's materialised form at the beginning of the next cycle of time. This is why the crescent on Shiva's head is said to be the 3rd day moon. It would be almost impossible to see the 3rd day moon. This is similar to how it is impossible to see the new world now. It is only through divine vision that people would be aware that the new world is in the process of being created. This is why Amavasya has been given a lot of importance in the Hindu celebrations. Amavasya begins a new lunar cycle. The moon is a measure of time, and so the ancient people, who had just walked out of the divine world, had used the moon to represent the 5000 year cycle of time. The waxing and waning phenomenon of the moon was used to symbolizes the deity souls, the corporeal world and the cycle, going through the spiritual ascension and then deterioration. During the first half of the cycle of time, there is a divine world which is the fruit enjoyed because of the spiritual ascension during the previous Confluence Age. This is similar to the waxing of the moon until it becomes the full moon. During the second half of the cycle of time, there is a darkening time. This is similar to how during the 2nd half of the lunar cycle, there is the waning of the moon. The deity souls also lose their spiritual light just as the moon's light gets reduced through the waning process. Then, at the end of the cycle, the spiritual light in the deity souls begins to increase just like the waxing moon. It is this which is given so much of emphasis to through Hindu and other celebrations world wide. I will be discussing Amavasya, Shivrathri, Deepavali and other Hindu celebrations in my articles, later.

Om Shanti

Sun, Jan 16 2011 04:19pm MHT 25

Pari

Title: Part 50 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Comparing Mythologies & their effects

Contents: I have discussed the Hindu scripture stories and gods a lot before coming to this because I have noticed that people who believe in aliens have already associated Anu, Inanna and Ishtar to Shiva and Parvati. Through this association they are trying to say that the Hindu gods are also aliens. But then, look at all the spiritual meaning that the Hindu scripture stories and theories are trying to convey. Parvati and Shiva can only be seen as aliens in the sense that they do not belong to the ordinary dimensions that exists in Kaliyug. In fact, there is a spiritual aspect to all the ancient myths which relates to the re-creation of the divine world. If one goes through the stories relating to Anu, Inanna, Ishtar and others in the Sumerian / Babylonian mythologies, it would be obvious that there are spiritual implications even in the Sumerian / Babylonian stories. Even the Egyptian stories convey a spiritual meaning. The fact that the ancient Jews and Christians have also accepted and adopted these stories into their religious teachings signify that there is a religious aspect to the stories. The purity of those ancient Jews and Christians would have enabled them to accept the stories as auspicious events that had happened in history. The people who had walked out of the divine world were trying to provide something for devotion and the stories were also for that, even though hidden meanings were inserted into the stories which were to be used and understood at the end of the cycle. The Hindu stories provide for the crowd that prefers spirituality whereas the Sumerian stories provide for the crowd that prefers a belief based on astronomy and a scientific fantasy based on the believe in the existence of aliens. But all these stories relate about the Confluence Aged events and that which happens at the end of the cycle of time. The Hindu stories turn people's attention to how the old world gets destroyed through spirituality, by giving greater emphasis to the third eye and so on. Through spirituality, the old world is destroyed in the spiritual sense and also in the corporeal sense. The Sumerian stories turn people's attention towards what happens in the corporeal world, at the end of the cycle, through giving greater emphasis to the destructive events that does or can happen in the corporeal world. Thus, the Sumerians gave emphasis to Nibiru and to the Great Flood, which will help to destroy the old world so that the new can replace it. Actually, Nibiru represents the Soul World, the Confluence Aged subtle region at the end of the cycle and the possibilities of astronomical destructive events in the corporeal world, at the end of the cycle. The Hindu stories and theories helped turn many Hindus and others into yogis; whereas the Sumerian stories turned everyone's attention outwards to the material world. Thus, yoga became the speciality of the people of the east. Whereas turning everyone's attention to the destructive events, at the end of the cycle, became the speciality of the west. Since the Christians' attention had been turned towards the corporeal world, they found it easier to value science and wealth which helps destroy the old world at the end of the cycle. The Hindu stories and theories help in the sustenance of the world and it helps the Confluence Aged souls to accept and understand the Confluence Aged knowledge, which in turn brings an end to the old world through the spiritual way. Thus, in a united manner, those who had walked out of the divine parallel universe at the end of Tetrayuga, had provided for various aspects which will all be helping them at the end of the cycle. One has to agree that the Sumerian myths have accumulated a lot of deity souls together by developing their faith in the existence of aliens. Many who are influenced by these Sumerian myths are waiting for the aliens and Anu who is supposed to come back at the end of the cycle. The aliens actually represent the Confluence Aged deity souls who are in the Confluence Aged Parallel Universe. These Confluence Aged souls will be walking through from the Confluence Aged subtle dimensions into the divine corporeal dimension as the ordinary corporeal dimension transforms into the divine corporeal dimension through their Power of Yoga with God. As they walk through, it is as if God is also walking through because of their Power of Yoga with God and because of their entangled state with God. But God does not take any births in the new divine world. He only takes everyone back to the Soul World / Nibiru when the world gets transformed into the divine world. This discussion is continued in the next article.
Om Shanti


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