Monday, 16 February 2015

The Grand Scheme of the Valentinian system

1. The Unknowable Father - The all loving Father of the New Testament is completely different from the God of the Old Testament as Marcian of Sinope and many other early Christians believed it to be. Christ was sent by Savitr, the God of the Aryans and the Holy Father of the New Testament.

2. The Holy Father emanated 30 odd Aeons in pairs of syzgies and held their perfection with in himself and did not gave it to them. Its not that the Holy Father is jealous because what jealousy could there be between him and his Aeons. The Holy Father wishes that his Aeons love him and return to him so that they can end their wearying search for the Father and come to rest with him and there by receive their perfection. The Aeons exist inside the womb of the Father and emanate from him and yet they do not recognize or perceive the One in whom they were.

                 The Thirty Aeons of the Pleroma emanated by the Holy Father


3. Sophia, the last of the Aeons wishes to know the Father and her passion to know the Father grows and she commits an error.

4. The bad elements emanating from Sophia is combined to form Achamoth (also called Lower Sophia) and she is cast out of the Pleroma as her existence inside it destabilizes the equilibrium of the Pleroma.

5. Achamoth sheds her tears and wish to return to the Pleroma.

6. With the permission of the Father the Aeons emanate an another pair of zygies (Aeon pairs) namely Christos and the Holy Spirit to save Achamoth.

7. Christos and the Holy Spirit emanate Christ - The common fruit of the Pleroma.

8. Christ, the Saviour receives a part of light from every Aeon in the Pleroma and therefore In Christ dwells all the fullness of the deity in bodily form.

9. Christ, the Saviour orders Achamoth to bring forth the Demiurge, the God of the Jews or Jehovah because the spiritual seeds produced from their union needed a place for it to grow.

10. Human beings are the breeding ground for the seeds of Achamoth, the Lower Sophia and hence the Valentinians had a very positive attitude towards procreation and marriage.

11. The Demiurge, the God of the Jews having created the earth and the heavens said that I am God and there is no God before me due to his stubborn ignorance without knowing that all along he was indirectly guided by Achamoth who secretly sown the spiritual seed in every human being.

12. The Demiurge, the God of the Jews is the Father of the Devil. Yes, the devil has a father and it is none other than Jehovah.

13. The Devil, the liar and his evil Archons rule this earth and they occupy the heart of men making them vulnerable to sin and drive men away from the truth.

14. The Demiurge sends his son Jesus as the messiah of the Jews to proclaim his message and to fulfil the prophecy of the Prophets.

15. Christ, the Saviour descends onto the body of Jesus in the form of a dove when he was baptized by John the Baptist and as soon as Jesus raised from the Holy water he showed contempt to this world and laughed at this imperfect creation which was modelled according to the Pleroma above.

16. Jesus used to often kiss Mary Magdalene on her mouth and she was probably his companion. Jesus loved Mary more than the rest of the Apostles and silenced Peter who always objected to Mary's leadership during the early times of the church. The Saviour offered a way for women too to enter into heaven.

17. Judas Iscariot was the only one who truly understood the Saviour and Christ ordered Judas to hand him over to the Romans so that Christ could finally be freed from his material bondage with Jesus.

18.  The Saviour, possessing a spiritual body did not suffered at the cross and was mocking at the Pharisees by sitting on the branch of a tree. The Pharisees did not knew whom they were piercing with.

19. God, the Demiurge took the soul of Jesus and he will stand at the right hand of God till the end of times.

20. The Saviour then resurrected the body of Jesus and appeared to Mary first in the form of a vision and to the rest of the Apostles. The Saviour came back only in the likeness of the flesh and the Valentinians did not believed in bodily resurrection.

21. The Saviour appeared to Saint Paul on the road of Damascus and gave him the Pleromic revelation, the greatest mystery ever revealed to mankind. The Saviour chose Paul to take the good news of the Gospel to the Gentile nations and hence he was called as the Apostle to the Gentiles. The Saviour also appeared to Valentinus in the form of a vision of a young child and after few years ascended back to the Pleroma.

22. Therefore there is one Pneumatic Christ at the Pleroma level and there is an another psychic Christ who is the son of the Demiruge, the God of the Jews at the Kenoma level.

23. The psychic Christ is the one whom the Roman Catholics worship and they too will receive a lower salvation in the end.

24. The Pneumatics are those who have a pure heart and they are preordained to be saved by their nature and not by works of the Law. The Pneumatics cannot sin because God's very nature is in them. The Pneumatics cannot boast about anything no matter what and they have to be humble, strong and lead a sinless existence with the help of gnosis which they have received from the Pneumatic Christ.

25. The Psychics on the other hand do have free will and depending on their works of the Law they either chose to give their heart to the Demiurge or to the Devil.

26. The Hylics namely atheists are the sons of devil and these Hylics who worship matter which is evil will perish along with it at the end of the cosmos.

27. The Demiurge, the God of the Jews is the Centurion described in the Bible who will run towards Christ during the end times when he realizes the One who brought forth him into existence.

28. The Pneumatics perform the Bridal Chamber ritual which is holy of the holiest and unite with their angelic counterparts in the Pleroma.

29. The Roman Catholics, the Protestants, the Mormons and other countless sects of Christianity who are lower Christians will wait with the Demiurge till the end times and they too will return to the Pleroma and receive their angelic counterparts and join the common feast of the Pleroma. So the only difference between the Pneumatics and Psychics is only in the timing of their redemption. The Pneumatics redeem themselves here and now with the help of gnosis and unmerited grace and the Psychics on the other hand are saved by blind faith and by the works of the Law.

30. Everything happens according to the will of the Father and no one can receive gnosis without Faith.


Wednesday, 28 January 2015

Religious scriptures of the Aryans






Vedas


They are the true revealed words of the gods and therefore forms the highest authority over all other scriptures in the religion of the Aryans.

  • Rig Veda
  • Krishna Yajur Veda (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Shukla Yajur Veda (White Yajur Veda)
  • Sama Veda
  • Atharvana Veda

Aranyakyas


The Aranyakas (Sanskrit āraṇyaka आरण्यक) are part of the Aryan śruti, the four Vedas; they were composed in late Vedic Sanskrit typical of the Brahmanas and early Upanishads; indeed, they frequently form part of either the Brahmanas or the Upanishads.

  • Aitareya Aranyaka (Rig Veda)
  • Koushitaki Aranyaka (Rig Veda)
  • Taittirya Aranyaka (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Maitryaniya Aranyaka (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Katha Aranyaka (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Brihad Aranyaka (White Yajur Veda)
  • Talavakara Aranyaka (Sama Veda) 

Brahmanas


The Brāhmaṇas (Devanagari: ब्राह्मणम्) are part of the Aryan śruti literature. They are commentaries on the four Vedas, detailing the proper performance of rituals.


  • Aitareya Brahmana (Rig Veda)
  • Koushitaki Brahmana (Rig Veda)
  • Taiitiriya Samhita (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Maitrayani Samhita (Black Yajur Veda)
  • Shatapatha Brahmana (White Yajur Veda)
  • Jaiminiya Brahmana (Sama Veda)
  • Chandogya Brahmana (Sama Veda)
  • Gopatha Brahmana (Atharvana Veda)

Upanishads


These are the principal Upanishads.

  • Aitareya Upanishad : Reveals how the Holy Father emanated this universe.
  • Isha Upanishad : Reveals the secret of immortality and explains what is the right way to approach the gods i.e. both Nirguna (impersonal god) and Saguna Brahman (personal God) should be worshipped equally together, lays down the foundation for Advaita philosophical system
  • Brihadarnayaka Upanishad : Reveals the nature of Brahman, Gods and what is THAT which is pervaded everywhere in the cosmos.
  • Mundaka Upanishad: Reveals the nature of Brahman.
  • Kena Upanishad : Reveals the nature of Brahman.
  • Mandukya Upanishad : Beautifully explains the different states of our mind like the Jagrat (Waking state), Swapna (Dream state), Shushupti (Sleep state) and Turiya (Eternal bliss state).
  • Chandogya Upanishad : Reveals the nature of the subtle body and different koshas of the body.
  • Katha Upanishad : Reveals the mystery of death and explains how to conquer immortality. It also lays down the theory of perception.
  • Surya Upanishad : Explains the importance of the Sun god in the universe by calling him the soul of this universe.
  • Prasna Upanishad : As the name indicates it consists of a series of questions in dialectic form conerning about the gods, Brahman and the nature of reality.
  • Svetasvatara Upanishad : Reveals the nature of Purusha, Prakrithi, Jiva, Ishvara and Brahman.

Puranas


  • Garuda Purana
  • Agni Purana
  • Vishnu Purana
  • Devi Purana
  • Bhagavata Purana
  • Markandeya Purana
  • Shiva Purana
  • Brahma Purana
  • Padma Purana
  • Brahmanda Purana

Smriti


  • Yajnavalkya Smriti - lays down the foundations for Aryan rituals, marriage and birth ceremonies, idolatry, justice and repentance for sin committed.
  • Manu Smriti - lays the foundations for the Aryan law system.
  • Epics
  • Mahabharata
  • Ramayana
  • Vedanta texts
  • Brahma Sutras : An enquiry on Brahman.

Yoga


  • Yoga Vashista
  • Yoga Yajnavalkya
  • Patanjali Sutras of Yoga

Philosophical systems


  • Samkhya
  • Nyaya
  • Vaisheshika
  • Mimamsa
  • Yoga
  • Advaita
  • Vishishtadvaita
  • Dvaita
  • Shuddaadvaita
  • Integral Advaitism by Sri Aurobindo

Friday, 9 January 2015

Dr. Einar Thomassen speaks on Valentinus and the Valentinian tradition


Dr. Einar Thomassen is the author of the book The Spiritual Seed: The Church of the Valentinians and he is the first gnostic scholar apart from Elaine Pagels to have made a succinct formulation of the Valentinian system. His doctoral research was made on Tripartite Tractate, a Valentinian text which fully describes the Valentinian view of the cosmos. I really don't have to say anything else as Einar Thomassen has beautifully described our doctrine with his own words and I have nothing to object.

I would just like to add that if there is any Valentinian text that I would always like to keep it with me till my death then it will be the Gospel of Truth. In fact Einar Thomassen said in an another interview, "Not every time he (Valentinus) sat down to write a Gospel (Gospel of Truth) where he was going to throw in all the cosmology, cosmogony and the theogony." If anyone wants to understand the Valentinian system I would highly recommend reading Gospel of Truth because it was probably written by the great Valentinus himself. 

Saint Paul was a Gnostic and the Valentinians were the great Paulinists and what better proof for this theory than the work of Elaine Pagels, The Gnostic Paul. Christ will never ever forgive those who persecuted the Valentinian Christians. But as Valentinus himself says we should not take error too seriously because all the evil that humans commit in this world is because they are ignorant of the Father and gnosis is the only way to end human suffering and evil in this world but to receive gnosis you need faith. "No one can receive gnosis without faith." (Gospel of Philip)

While I write this my heart bleeds at the way that these sensitive Christians were burnt alive by the so called orthodox church authorities.

Saturday, 3 January 2015

The subtle body and spontaneous Kriyas

         

The terms Chakras, Nadis, Kundalini, Koshas and Prana (elan vital) are all from eastern philosophy and they all exists in the subtle body and not in our physical bodies as any molecular biologist knows that no such things exists in the physical body.

Nadis are not nerves but rather channels for the flow of consciousness. The literal meaning of nadi is "flow". Just as the negative and positive forces of electricity flow through complex circuits, in the same way, prana shako (vital force) and manas shako (mental force) flow through every part of our body via these nadis. According to the tantras there are 72,000 or more such channels or networks through which the stimuli flow like an electric current from one point to another.

Where is the evidence for the subtle body?

Another meaning of Kriya is an outward physical manifestation of awakened kundalini, such as a spontaneous body movement related to Kundalini energy flow. O Kriya Shakti is "a power of thought" said to be greatly studied by yogis.

Many long term practitioners of Yoga including myself have experienced spontaneous body movements which are almost like seizures. For more information read What are Kundalini Kriyas?

Is it Psychosis or Transcendence?

The awakening of Kundalini is not a psycho-somatic syndrome as some of the Western Psychologists wants us to believe. Its a perfectly normal phenomena where spontaneous kriyas cleanse the knots in the nadis there by enabling the smooth flow of Prana in the subtle body which initiates a man into the spiritual path of Yoga and redemption.


Where the chakras are mentioned in Aryan texts?

The chakras are mentioned in the famous Lalitha Sahasranamam Strotram which is chanted by Aryans.



Sahasrara 

Sahasraram bujarudha sudhasarabhi varshini. (Verse 109, LS)

Sahasraram bujarudha: Who then ascends to the Thousand – petalled Lotus known as the Sahasrara.
Sudhasarabhi varshini: Who sends streams of Nectar (spiritual bliss) from the Transcendent moon in the Sahasrara.


Agya 

Agya chakrantaralastha rudragranthi vibhedini. (Verse 107, LS)

Agya chakrantaralstha: Who next abides in the centre of the Agya – chakra.
Rudragrandthi vibhedini: Who finally breaks through the Rudra – granthi (the barrier to the subtlest dimension).


Anahatha

Anaha tabjanilaya shyamabha vadanadvaya. (Verse 100, LS)

Anaha tabjanilaya: Who is in the form of the Yogini called Rakini abiding in the Anahata Chakra.
Shyamabha: Who is of shining dark complexion.Vadanadvaya: Who as Rakini has two faces.


Vishudhi 

Vishuddhi chakranilaya raktavarna trilochana. (Verse 98, LS)

Vishuddhi chakranilaya: Who resides in the Vishuddhi Chakra.
Raktavarna: Who is of a rosy complexion like the Patali flower.
Trilochana: Who has three eyes.


Manipura 

Manipurantarudita vishnugranthi vibhedini. (Verse 102, LS)

Manipurantarudita: Who then emerges in the Manipura – chakra.
Vishnugranthi vibhedini: Who then breaks through the Vishnu – granthi (the barrier to still subtler dimensions).


Svadhisthana 

Svadhishthanam bujagata chaturvaktra manohara. (Verse 104, LS)

Svadhisthanam bujagata: Who abides in the Svadhisthana Chakra under the name of Kakini.
Chaturvaktra manohara: Who is fascinating with Her four faces.


Muladhara

 Muladharaika nilaya brahmagranthi vibhedini. (Verse 106, LS)

Muladharaika nilaya: Whose chief residence is the Muladhara.
Brahmagrandhi vibhedini: Who in Her ascent from the Muladhara breaks through the Brahma-grandhi (the Barrier of Brahma to the subtle dimension).




Lalitha Sahasranamam full song, just enjoy the melodious voice and its beautiful literary.

 
It is the south Indians who have a better grip on the Vedas and the Vedic chants than the North Indians.