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GANESHA MOUSE -A FLYING MACHINE?

Incas were the sun worshippers people in Latin America and their culture was a highly evolved one as all western historians said.

sriganesha-and-moushaka

Lord Ganesha has the Mouse,’Mushika’and He is called as Maha Kaaya, one who has a Large Body.

The Fourteen Lokas mentioned in Hinduism denote mental and spiritual development.

Quantum Physics has proved this and planes of Existence.

There are indications that the vehicles, Vahanas of Gods  have some thing to do with Space Travel.

Erich Von Daniken also agrees.

inca-painting-of-sri-ganesh

On an ancient Incan panel you find a central figure,considerably larger than the other two figures, seated on a ‘mushaka’ or mouse. Is that Sri Ganesha? He was known as ‘Mahakaya’ (महाकाय) on account his being ‘large bodied’. And his vehicle was a ‘mouse.

God Ganesha is seen all over the world from Australia to Malaysia to Indonesia.

Lord Ganesha Cult was present throughout the world.

 

Ganeshaya Namah inscription in Azerbaijan,

ganesh-in-aerbaijan

Dwimukha Ganapati 

Opening verses of the Carmen, are devoted to honouring Janus, thence were named versus ianuli. Paul the Deacon mentions the versus ianuli, iovii, iunonii, minervii. Only part of the versus ianuli and two of the iovii are preserved.

The manuscript has:

(paragraph 26): “cozeulodorieso. omia ũo adpatula coemisse./ ian cusianes duonus ceruses. dun; ianusue uet põmelios eum recum“;

(paragraph 27): “diuum êpta cante diuum deo supplicante.” “ianitos“.

Many reconstructions have been proposed: they vary widely in dubious points and are all tentative, nonetheless one can identify with certainty some epithets:

Cozeiuod orieso. Omnia vortitod Patulti; oenus es

iancus (or ianeus), Iane, es, duonus Cerus es, duonus Ianus.

Veniet potissimum melios eum recum.

Diuum eum patrem (or partem) cante, diuum deo supplicate.

ianitos.

The epithets that can be identified are: Cozeuios, i.e. Conseuius the Sower, which opens the carmen and is attested as an old form ofConsivius in Tertullian; Patultius: the Opener; Iancus or Ianeus: the Gatekeeper; Duonus Cerus: the Good Creator; rex king (potissimum melios eum recum: the most powerful and best of kings); diuum patrem (partem):father of the gods (or part of the gods); diuum deus: god of the gods; ianitos: the Janitor, Gatekeeper.’

All are the Attributes of Ganesha.

I may add that Jaanu is a term for Ears, Ganesha’s ear being huge(elephant’s)

Janus in Ganesha.

In 1806 Sir William Jones drew a close comparison between a particular form of Ganesha, known as Dwimukhi-Ganesha, and Janus, the two-headed Roman god. Jones felt the resemblance between Dwimukhi-Ganesha and Janus was so strong that he referred to Ganesha as the “Janus of India.” The Dwimukhi-Ganesha form is a very unusual depiction in which Ganesha is shown with the head of an elephant looking toward his right and a human head at his left. It was possessed of four arms. Nagar says that the Dwimukhi-Ganesha form was associated with the region around Bombay.

Another early 19th century Indologist, Edward Moor,claims of an association based on functional grounds, noting that Janus, like Ganesha, was invoked at the beginning of undertakings, a liminalgod who was the guardian of gates. Moor made various other speculations on the connection between Janus and Ganesha.

 

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Ancient painting of space traveller

 

 

ram-in-italy

Ram Sita, Lakshman in Italy

 

‘assussanni a form of the Sanskrit asva-sani meaning ‘horse trainer’,
aika wartanna meaning one turn (cf. Vedic Sanskrit ek vartanam),
tera wartanna meaning three turns (cf. Vedic Sanskrit tri vartanam),
panza wartanna meaning five turns (cf. Vedic Sanskrit panca vartanam),
satta wartanna meaning seven turns (cf. Vedic Sanskrit sapta vartanam), and
navartanna meaning nine turns (cf. Vedic Sanskrit nava vartanam).
[Regrettably, writers do not mention the Old Iranian equivalents.]

Hindu Kings of Iraq Turkey Syria Lebanon Egypt Italy

Sharada Devi in Sardinia

 

Sources

Ganesha v/s Jenus

Janus Image credit.

From Ramani’s blog-My friend

Rome and Rama

World History

Egyptian calender

Rome and Rama in History channel

How Rome was connected with empire of Ram

 

 

2 comments on “GANESHA MOUSE -A FLYING MACHINE?

  1. Sanatan Dharm and Hinduism
    September 10, 2016

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