Ruling Gods of the Hindu
Is there a connection between mythological Gods of India and Planet-X?
The Gods and Goddess's of Hindu Based Religions
In India, it was and still is believed that man descended from gods who flew fiery crafts. Early Chinese texts tell of long-lived rulers from the heavens who flew in "fire-breathing dragons". In Tibet there is a book called the Kantyua, which means "the translated word of Buddha". It tells of flying "pearls in the sky" and of transparent spheres carrying gods to visit man.
Here to, the belief is of being reborn time and time again and not just to earth. The Royal Pedigrees of Tibetan Kings dates back to the seventh century. It states that the first seven Tibetan kings came from the stars, and goes on to say that they eventually returned to the stars.
It is important to note three ancient Hindu text scriptures, the Bhagavata-Purana, Mahabharata and Ramayana Scriptures. These scriptures date back to at least 3000 B.C. and are among some of the oldest writings currently known to man. They speak extensively about flying machines called Vimanas that flew not only the skies, but to the stars as well.
India's Vedic writings speak of gods, (they called Devas) from other star systems. They tell of how the human soul is nonphysical and how our sentient energy goes through a succession of physical bodies, as only the physical body dies.
The ancient Chinese records mention amazing, wise and humane beings, the" Sons of Heaven" Before the "Sons of Heaven" appeared on Earth, familiar celestial phenomena preceded all such appearances. A very ancient, pre-Buddhist religion of Tibet ("bon") described how a mighty "Friend of virtue and kindness" had appeared on Earth
Of all the "Sons of Heaven" it was Huang-ti who had left the "largest footprint" in the Chinese mythology. He first made his appearance in the Huang He River basin. Huang-ti was very different from other ancient heroes. He did not enlighten people, did not demand worship. Huang-ti and his helpers were amazingly rational beings. Of course, they did teach the natives all kinds of useful sciences, including the acupuncture. However, most important for them were their own affairs. And such affairs were dominated by the creation of complex, and alas, incomprehensible (at least, to us) apparatuses and contrivances.
In the Bhagavatam and all Vedic literatures, there are many descriptions of vimanas, aircrafts. The Bhagavatam describes spaceships of different categories. One category is gross mechanical spaceships called ka-pota-vayu. Ka means 'outer space,' and pota means 'ship.' These kind of spaceships are known on our planet.
The second category of spaceships are very subtle. They are called akasa-patana. The akasa-patana spaceships can fly at the speed of mind. In the verse (4.12.27) of the Bhagavatam a transcendental spaceship is described. The general mass of people can neither see such crafts nor understand how they fly in the sky.
It's told that on different planets, there are different kinds of spaceships. On this gross planet earth, there are spaceships run by mechanical means, but on other planets, the spaceships are run by sound vibrations not by mechanical means. They are used by the denizens of the heavenly planets for enjoyment, such as traveling from one planet to another.
On other planets, such as the Siddhalokas, the denizens can travel from one planet to another without spaceships. The inhabitants of these planets are materially perfect beings who have full capacities to control gravity, space and time. They are naturally endowed with mystic powers to go from one planet to another without using any spaceships.
On the Satyaloka planetary system, the spacecrafts are controlled by psychic power not by gross mechanical means. The higher-dimensional sphere of the upper planetary systems is the natural field of flying spaceships of this type.
Some of the Popular Gods and Goddesses of Hinduism
Brahman (Hindu deities aka Gods) is the concept of the Godhead found in Hinduism that derived from the Gods themselves when they transformed mankind. (transform = genitically altered)
Brahman is the unchanging, infinite, immanent, and transcendent reality which is the Divine Ground of all things in this universe. Everything shown from Quanitm physics and mechanics is leading down the road to the exact same of conclusion.
The main Hindu Gods as we accept today can be broadly classified as Saiva Gods (Siva, His consort, His sons, His other forms), Vaishnava Gods (Vishnu, His consort, His various avatharams)& Sakthi or Saktha (Forms of Goddess Sakthi).
Vishnu is the Lord of protection, sustenance & maintenance.
His consort Lakshmi is the possessor of wealth, which is a necessity for maintenance.
Goddess Lakshmi represents not only material wealth, but the wealth of grains, courage, valour, offspring, success, luxurious life, eternal bliss.
Vishnu and Lakshmi thus help the souls introduced into the life cycle by Brahma to survive in the cycle of life.
Brahma is the Lord of creation & is assisted in this process by his consort Saraswathi, who is the possessor of ultimate knowledge.
Together, they thus introduce the soul into the cycle of life;
Brahma was born from the navel of Lord Vishnu at the end of one cycle to begin a fresh creation. He is bearded & his eyes are closed in meditation. He sits on a lotus & his vahana is the swan.
He is a serene soul and is the provider of all sources of knowledge & wisdom.
Durga The Hindu Goddess Durga manifested when evil forces threathened the very existance of the Gods.
To destroy these demons, all gods offered their radiance to her creation and each formed part of Durga's body.
Durga also obtained very powerful weapons, such as the chakra from Vishnu and a trident from Shiva. Divine forces are constructive but slow and efficient.
When demonic forces create imbalance, all gods unite, becoming one divine force called Shakti or Durga.
The God Rama is the 7th incarnation of Vishnu and the central figure of the Ramayana epic.
The Ramayan is the very soul of India.
It is a complete guide to God-realization, the path to which lies in righteousness.
The ideals of man are beautifully portrayed in it. Everyone should emulate those ideals and grow into ideal human beings and ideal citizens
Sita, is the wife of Rama, the seventh avatara of Vishnu, and is esteemed an exemplar of womanly and wifely virtue.
Sita is one of the most popular divinities of Hinduism. Currently, Sita is associated with Rama (an avatar of Vishnu) as his wife, and she receives worship along with her husband Rama. She is one of the many incarnations of Lakshmi
According to Hindu belief, Sita was herself an avatara of Lakshmi, Vishnu's eternal consort, who chose to reincarnate herself on Earth as Sita, and endure an arduous life, in order to provide humankind an example of such virtues.
Shiva is the destroyer of the world, following Brahma the creator and Vishnu the preserver, after which Brahma again creates the world and so on.
Shiva is responsible for change both in the form of death and destruction and in the positive sense of the shedding of old habits.
In Satyam, Shivam, Sundaram or Truth, Goodness and Beauty, Shiva also represents the most essential goodness.
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