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The Rig Veda confirms that AUM is the source of the fifty sounds of the Vedic Sanskrit language.
Since we know that AUM comes from the Sirius System, and it has been scientifically proven that the Sri Yantra is thevisual form of AUM, it is logical that the Sri Yantra would separate and contain the fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit. How does this happen?
The orbital periods of Sirius A and B around each other and their common center of mass takes exactly fifty years. The fifty sounds of the Vedic Sanskrit alphabet are created by the division of their fifty-year combined orbits into fifty segments of sound that are separated by the annual eclipses of the Sirius system by our Sun. Fifty years, fifty eclipses, fifty segments, fifty sounds.
There are twenty inflections (slightly different pronunciations) for each of the fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit. These twenty inflections are the twenty aspects the Sirius system passes through between its annual eclipses by the sun. Fifty sounds, multiplied by twenty inflections per sound, produces the thousand sounds that appear on the lotus petals of the Crown Chakra.
“The Goddess Vac has a thousand syllables containing all possible sounds, which she uses for the creation of the universe. The Rig Veda bases its approach to the creation on the power of sound, and personifies that sound as a Goddess, Vac, the Word (AUM).”
Man as Microcosm in Tantric Hinduism, p. 10
“The power of sound brings forth the material world. The concrete universe is composed of the collective sounds of the letters of the Vedic alphabet.”
Man as Microcosm in Tantric Hinduism, p. 61
The fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit are three dimensional fractal sound formulas that can resonate into being all the possible constructs and processes in the creation, nano to astro.
All physical forms are vibrating sound resonance fields, and are contained within the fifty astral sound forms of the Goddess’ language. The Goddess creates the cosmos with these fifty sounds and their combinations.
The annual eclipses of the Sirius system by the Sun are extremely precise. Sirius rises just before the Sun on the morning of June 19th, exactly 365 days, 6 hours, 9 minutes, and 9.54 seconds after its last rising. In the past the new year has been celebrated by most people on the planet on the morning of June 19th, at the rising of Sirius.
The fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit also appear on the lotus petals of the chakras of the human body, and are the sound patterns that create and maintain our organ systems.
Distribution of the fifty sounds of Sanskrit on the Chakras
Our bodies are the expanded totality of the language of the living word (AUM) that has unfolded bysound resonance into our physical being.
The male endocrine system is tuned to the vibrational frequencies generated by Sirius B’s orbit and helical spiral linear motion.
The female endocrine system is tuned to the vibrational frequencies generated by Sirius A’s orbit and helical spiral linear motion.
These vibrational frequencies determine maleness and femaleness in all creatures.
The fifty sounds of Vedic are sometimes pictured as fifty different postures of the Goddess, symbolizing the written form of the Vedic sound. AUM, the Sri Yantra, the Goddess, and Her language are one and the same.
The covers of these two books of the Goddess’ thousand names, show that when the Goddess is not pictured in her red dress with white spots, it is totally acceptable to picture Her as the Sri Yantra.
The Vedic alphabet begins with A and ends with HA (AHA!). No matter what language a person speaks, when they suddenly see the meaning of something, they will say, AHA, the first and last sounds of Vedic Sanskrit.
This is the universal mind’s way of saying that it has comprehended something from beginning to end (from A to Z), from A to HA.
When the mind becomes amused, it just repeats the last sound of Vedic over and over, HA, HA, HA, HA, HA. Therefore, the Vedic word for laughter is HA’S (multiple HA). “There were a lot of HA’S (laughter) at the party.”
The language starts over again (goes from HA to A) when Sirius B passes directly between Sirius A and our solar system once every fifty years. The last transit of Sirius B in front of Sirius A was in 1989, and extremely accurate measurements of the earth’s daily spin speed in relation to Sirius showed that the Earth’s spin speed slowed down by a full second per day for several weeks before the event, and then increased by a second per day over a period of several weeks after the event, as it returned to normal. This slow-down causes the sound of the A in HA (ah) to quickly again become the flatted A (uh), that is the first sound of the Vedic alphabet.
These fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit that continuously radiate from the Sirius system, are the universal Mother Tongue, the visionary language of the hymns of the Rig Veda.
Most linguists are unaware of the existence of an original universal language, or that Vedic Sanskrit is that language.
The Vedic language and the contents of the Rig Veda, one of the oldest bodies of sacred knowledge on the Earth, was revealed to the people of the Himalaya after they had eaten or drunk the juice of a divine plant called Soma.
The discovery of the Rig Veda by Europeans made the identity of the Soma plant become the biggest mystery in botany. The mystery of the Soma plant’s identity became even more compelling in the 1960s when the science of linguistics determined that the languages of Europe are descendants of Vedic Sanskrit. Vedic is the Mother language, the visionary language of the hymns of the Rig Veda, and was revealed by the Soma plant.
|This greatest botanical mystery was solved in 1968, with the publication of the bookSoma: Divine Mushroom of Immortality, by R. G. Wasson.
From the descriptions of Soma given in the Rig Veda, Wasson determined that thedivine Soma plant was Amanita muscaria, a red mushroom with white spots on its cap, that has a far reaching reputation in mythological and religious realms. The descriptions are a perfect match.
A red mushroom with white spots can only be described in so many ways, no matter how inspired the poet may be.
By reading some of the many descriptions of Soma in the Rig Veda, it is easy to see that the descriptions do in fact fit a red mushroom with white spots.
This divine mushroom lives in the roots of white birch trees in a symbiotic relationship with the trees. The epilogue of Wasson’s book is titled: The Tree of Life and the Marvelous Herb, and describes this special relationship between the sacred mushroom and the birch tree.
The Soma plant is described throughout the Rig Veda, and is identified with the Goddess Herself.
This divine plant contains and reveals the fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit, the Mother Language, and the entire contents of the Rig Veda are revealed to the person who consumes this divine mushroom.
The Vedic Sanskrit language, and the contents of the Rig Veda, are encoded in the DNA of the Soma mushroom, and aredownloaded to the person who eats (or drinks the juice of) the mushroom.
DNA is a fractal information compression system with unlimited memory capability. Stored information can be downloaded to other DNA.
The Goddess, the Soma plant, and the visionary language are one. The Goddess in Her red dress with white spots, is an iconic image of the Soma mushroom.