Wednesday, April 27, 2016

SANATANA DHARMA , HINDUISM EXHUMED AND RESURRECTED, PART 22 - CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL



THIS POST IS A CONTINUATION OF PART 21, BELOW--




Sanatana Dharma classifies all knowledge into two parts:  sense-experienced and suprasensory .

Very few on the planet have gone to the suprasensory.  

Sanatana Dhama has the advantage of being kick started by seers and 12 strand maharishis , with wide sense bandwidths who transgressed beyond the 5 narrow senses

The Greek philosophy of ETHODS-LOGOS-PATHOS is totally , 100% lifted from Indian Vedanta. 


Greeks never really understood the real essence of profound subjects like Epistemology, though Indian sages taught them in their own lands.

Pythagoras ( died 495 BC ) and Plato studied in India.  Aristotle lifted from Vedanta material taken out of India


Plato ( died 348 BC ) , a homosexual shared his stolen from Kodungallur University spoils with his mentor Socrates ( died 399 BC ) , and fellow homosexual side kick Aristotle ( died 322 BC ) and got himself immortalized as the founder of the Academy in Athens, the first institution of higher learning in the Western world.

Aristotle, Socrates and Plato were hardcore homosexuals  .  Aristotle initiated Alexander the great into homosexuality.

Both knowledge of the senses and subtle knowledge are gained by six methods of knowledge. Epistemology in Indian philosophy is divided into six pramanas.  

Pramanas examines the nature of knowledge and how one can acquire .  Pramas cover the philosophical analysis of the nature of knowledge and how it relates to such concepts as truth, belief, and justification. It investigates the origin, nature, methods, and limits of human knowledge.

Even today, the modern mind has NOT reached the bottom of the ancient Indian sage’s mind.  

The white historian must know that Greek philosophy was stolen from Indian philosophy written 4500 years earlier.

The six pramanas as correct means of accurate knowledge and to truths are:
Pratyakṣa (perception),
Anumāṇa (inference),
Upamāṇa (comparison and analogy),
Arthāpatti (postulation, derivation from circumstances),
Anupalabdi (non-perception, negative/cognitive proof) and
Śabda (word, testimony of past or present reliable experts).

Each of these are further categorized in terms of conditionality, completeness, confidence and possibility of error, by each school of Indian philosophies.


Below: I have trashed 6 maha merus-- this guy was No 1-enough of BULL !   It takes a Capt Ajit Vadakayil to dismantle him.


Pramaṇa refers to epistemology in Vedanta--  Yukti  which means active application of epistemology or what one already knows, innovation, clever expedients or connections, methodological or reasoning trick, joining together, application of contrivance, means, method, novelty or device to more efficiently achieve a purpose.

The focus of Pramana is how correct knowledge can be acquired, how one knows, how one doesn't, and to what extent knowledge pertinent about someone or something can be acquired

Pramaṇa concept is derived from the Sanskrit root, prama which means "correct notion, true knowledge, basis, foundation, accurate notion".

Yukti and Pramana are discussed together in some Indian texts, with Yukti described as active process of gaining knowledge in contrast to passive process of gaining knowledge through observation/ perception.

The texts on Pramana, particularly by Samkhya, Yoga and Advaita Vedanta schools of Hinduism, include in their meaning and scope "Theories of Errors", that is why human beings make error and reach incorrect knowledge, how can one know if one is wrong, and if so, how can one discover whether one's epistemic method was flawed, or one's conclusion (truth) was flawed, in order to revise oneself and reach correct knowledge.

In some texts such as by Vedavyasa, ten pramanas are discussed.   Vedanta gave importance to circumstantial implication (arthāpatti), which appeals to common sense (e.g., one does not see the sun move from minute to minute, but, as it is in a different place at different times of day, one must conclude that either earth or sun has moved.

Digression:

On our training ship with 250 cadets ( 16/ 17 years age ) in 1973,  we had a young Punjabi boxing instructor.  One day he was too harsh on us during our morning drill .   So one guy put chewing gum in his cabin door lock.  

When he came back at night from ashore , he tried his lock it would NOT open.   All cadets in the dorm were pretending to sleep. There were 8 dorms for 250 cadets .   

So we hear our instructor ( slightly inebriated ) utter loudly this profound Punjaabi paraatha phaado rustic wisdom –

YAH TOH KISSI NEH KUCH KIYA HAI,    YAH TOH  KUCH HO GAYA HAI— APNE AAP TOH HO NAHIN SAKTA ..

( maybe somebody did something OR maybe something happened - BUT --this cant happen by itself)  

The cadets ( 30 of them ) pretending to sleep found it so funny, that all burst out laughing.

The cat was out of the bag and next morning the whole dorm paid the price,.

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THE WHITE MAN HAD NIL INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES , TILL HE INVADED INDIA

BEFORE THAT THE ANCIENT GREEKS STOLE FROM INDIA

DURING THE DARK AGES OF VATICAN MONOPOLY-- THE WHITE MAN LIFTED FROM TRANSLATED TO ARABIC ARAB KNOWLEDGE WHICH WE IN KERALA GAVE THEM IN RETURN FOR GOLD


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Pratyakṣa  means perception. 

It is of two types in Hindu texts: external and internal.    External perception is described as that arising from the interaction of five senses and worldly objects, while internal perception is described by this school as that of inner sense, the mind.

The ancient and medieval Indian texts identify four requirements for correct perception :-

Indriyarthasannikarsa (direct experience by one's sensory organ(s) with the object, whatever is being studied),

Avyapadesya (non-verbal; correct perception is not through hearsay, according to ancient Indian scholars, where one's sensory organ relies on accepting or rejecting someone else's perception),

Avyabhicara (does not wander; correct perception does not change, nor is it the result of deception because one's sensory organ or means of observation is drifting, defective, suspect)

Vyavasayatmaka (definite; correct perception excludes judgments of doubt, either because of one's failure to observe all the details, or because one is mixing inference with observation and observing what one wants to observe, or not observing what one does not want to observe

The internal perception concepts included pratibha (intuition)-

samanyalaksanapratyaksa (a form of induction from perceived specifics to a universal),

 jnanalaksanapratyaksa (a form of perception of prior processes and previous states of a 'topic of study' by observing its current state).

In Indian yoga, intuition is the single greatest tool to finding happiness .

"Intuition is soul guidance or the inner voice " wrote the great master Yogananda Paramahamsa. Intuition helps you stay in the present, like what is advocated in the Bhagavat Gita.

It has little to do with predicting the future. . Intuition is a gift of crisis--- It tells you the right thing to do when you don't have time to figure it all out.

Intuits are able to see possibilities and alternatives that aren’t immediately apparent. Your inner knowing comes from first your instincts, second your intellect, and third from your intuition. 

Intuition is not pseudo-science . It is an essential psychological function like thinking, feeling and sensing. The divining power of intuition comes from our inner self. It arises from very rapid processing of bits of information that are stored in our subconscious. 

Intuition thinks in terms of metaphor, feelings, pictures, and the spatial whole and doesn't fit neatly into the cause-and-effect model. Your intuition will not force you to do things that are truly wrong for yourself or other people in contradiction with the laws of the universe. Intuition is listening to the inner voice or heeding the promptings from within.

Intuition is a ability to cut through the thickness of surface reality . Intuition and confidence go hand in hand. Your sub-conscious which operates a dozen times faster than your conscious mind has picked up on signals that your conscious mind has not yet processed. 

We function through partial information, and intuition gives us an overview, a whole sense of things. Intuition acts like a bridge between your logical reasoning and the sum total of your experience-based knowledge.

Intuition is a knowing, a sensing that is beyond the conscious understanding — a gut feeling-- flashes of spontaneous thought that are done apparently without relating to facts or logic. Intuition is fast, based on pattern matching. Very few people are good in pattern matching

The divining power of intuition comes from our inner self-- very rapid processing of bits of information that are stored in our subconscious. We cannot command our gut feeling to use it at will. It just surfaces spontaneously when certain circumstances are present. Intuitive insights suddenly appear as ideas or feelings.

Intuition is now an EQ competency. It’s considered something necessary to successful living, and something to be respected and valued. Intuitive decisions are NOT guesswork . Intuition has an important role to play in decision making . Intuition is not limited to opinions but can encompass the ability to know valid solutions to problems.

Intuition usually shows up in the areas where you have passion and talent. By logic that we prove, by intuition we discover. Intuition is a sudden and inexplicable knowing. It lies at the roots of spontaneity, humor, creativity, inspiration, and even genius. 

Intuition has its own unique language for communicating with you through touch, sight, taste, sound, and smell. As you pay attention to your senses, you’ll begin to understand the “vocabulary” of your intuition.

Mental static and ego can get in the way of tapping into intuition. Intuition bubbles up from within and can be overwhelmed by old mental or emotional "tapes" . Intuition gone wild becomes “jumping to conclusions”. By going too far out on a limb , you risk misinterpreting the situation and start harming others. Intuition should not be overused.

Your brain is a complex tapestry of interacting neurons, all working together to provide you with insights that guide you through life. It’s complicated. So complicated that your conscious brain cannot keep up with everything it’s trying to tell you. 

So what exactly is intuition? 

It is the messages from your unconscious mind making contact with your consciousness. . The uncanny ability to detect patterns in the world around us, and to extrapolate larger truths . Use it always, never ignore it. 

Our instincts and intuition are more reliable in a decision making, than our conscious brain. . By listening to what our heart and soul tells us to do - and then doing it - we can take ourselves anywhere we have ever dreamed of going.

Your consciousness only uses a tiny proportion of your brainpower and your intuition accesses the residual power and communicates to your consciousness the bank of wisdom and knowledge it has available. 

This is done subtly through thoughts, feelings, sensations, images, sounds or any combination of them. Just as animals have a natural survival instinct so humans are born with the natural ability to be intuitive; your human instinct.

Traits often found in those with high intuitive intelligence include-- an awareness of one's personal value system, a healthy awareness of one's own feelings, an ability for self-direction and self-management, a powerful level of self-trust, a desire for innovation, a refined knowledge of one's strengths and weaknesses, and a high degree of self-regard and freedom. 

Never ignore the inner spark , the gut feeling, the sixth sense or hunch that ignites vision and leads you to success. Intuitive insights motivate us to grow closer to the creative source, thereby igniting our own creative spark and expression, which is the essence of our true self. 

When you feel excited about something, that's a hint about what to pursue. Decisions are made in the mind—choices are made in the gut.  Choices come from your essence and attunement to your higher self.

Being in the zone is a state of mind—where you are free of thinking and negative emotions and in A FEELING MODE. The less you think, the more you achieve—for you own your destiny.

GENIUSES ARE ORDINARY PEOPLE WHO CAN MAKE CONSCIOUS THEIR UNCONSCIOUS PERCEPTIONS. 

REMEMBER , EVERYTHING YOU DO WELL WITHOUT AWARENESS ,IS DONE BY THE SUBCONSCIOUS.

When the left and right lobe of the brain works in harmony, the unleashed mysterious K force can made you achieve the extraordinary . Our intuition is like the weather vane, pointing us in the right direction. It does not take your decisions. 

Any idea or thought you yourself accept as true will be taken as a command by the subconscious mind, as it cannot distinguish between dreams and reality . You can program or harness or fool the subconscious mind by imagining, unrestrained by left lobe censorship and conventional inhibitions .

Never squelch the hunches and perceptions spewed by your subconscious. Do not think inwards, think in feelings and images— if possible using all 5 senses—like texture , smells etc. 

Any problem if approached from a unpredictable angle can give unexpected creative results. This is called lateral thinking. The subconscious responds to stimuli, not pressure.

We have heard athletes describe the phenomenon of BEING IN THE ZONE.  The frontal lobe is that part of the brain that allows us to be in the PRESENT MOMENT.

Arjun saw only the eye of the fish before his shot the arrow to win princess Draupadi —at that time the activity in the neocortex ceases and there is no thinking. The cerebellum takes over at that point. When the frontal lobe is activated you have focus, clarity, decisiveness, concentration, pro activeness and individuality.

We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence then is not an action, but  a habit.  TT players, high board divers –let the body do the work and tell the minds to FO. 

When the mind has repeatedly instructed the body to perform an action, the body will begin to remember the action better than the thinking brain. Communication between cells is faster than the speed of light. Nerve cells are called neurons.

The face of a high board diver in the Olympics just before the jump for the gold medal --is the face of a human being in the zone. The brain has surrendered to the body. 

CIVILISATION HAS ADVANCED BY EXTENDING THE NUMBER OF IMPORTANT OPERATIONS WHICH WE CAN PERFORM WITHOUT THINKING ABOUT THEM. 

Do not think about clutch , brake and accelerator pedals--just drive.   Let your fingers fly on the laptop keyboard .


Vedanta says that perception that does not require the possession of concepts when you are spiritually evolved. 

Maharishis with exploded consciousness went beyond the quantum screen where the 5 human senses do NOT take a role.  

It was impossible to fool a maharishi by illusions  or magic tricks .  This is beyond the shallow intellect of white men.


In 4000 BC, when Arjun of Mahabharata shot an arrow into the red ruby eye of a unsteady floating magnetic compass revolving fish overhead, by looking at its reflection into a pool ripple at the bottom, ( to win the hand of princess Draupadi ) it was a supreme test of consciousness. 


You may be aware that your animal or bird pets cannot see themselves in the mirror.  Only a couple of animals like elephants, dolphins and bonobos can see themselves in a mirror.


My character has been moulded by a CLASSIC MASTERPIECE Hollywood movie—MY COUSIN VINNY. I doubt if such a great movie can be ever made again . It was a low budget movie of 11 million USD.

Two young New Yorker boys are charged with man slaughter in hilly billy rural Ala- fuckin' -Bama  -- for a crime they never did.    

Joe Pesci , who has never contested a case , is a lawyer related to one of the boys.  He meets them in jail and asked them " Did you kill the store clerk?".

When the boys said NO!--he tells them ( to this effect ) .

" -- if you have not done the crime, then the prosecution will try to show that you did it.  Their case is like a building which they will try to show the judge and jury as real and solid -- while actually it is just a facade .    I am smart enough to expose the illusion from the right angle and perspective "

This is the meaning of PERCEPTION , ladies and gentlemen!



SHE GIVES CONFIDENT BULL -   
CALIBRATED TO BE DEAD ON BALLS ACCURATE !!



On chemical tankers our lives depend on "dead on balls" CALIBRATION


The Vedic philosophy of perception deals extensively with exteroception. The ancient Indians seers wrote down that there is a huge world beyond the quantum screen , which our 5 squelched senses of narrow bandwidth cannot detect.

Perception in ancient India was powered by amazing flora and fauna, the types of which are NOT available anywhere else on the planet.


When my ship had to escape from this planet’s worst storm, my perception was rooted in ancient Indian Panchatantra.   There are many who will teach stuff to others but will never apply it on themselves , because they do NOT have the balls.


When you look at a person you see only his physical body.   A Maharishi can see 7 extra  layers or auras surrounding it.   He also knows after you die which astral layer your soul ( YOU ) will be parked before the next re-induction , determined by you KARMIC BAGGAGE. 
A Maharishi reading the auras at this level may pick up thoughts that are not conscious to the person being read but that are unconsciously influencing his behavior.   he can pick up messages about future events that will impact the person being read. This is because on a etheric level, events in the future already exist. The feeling of being pushed or pulled by fate is also the influence of the higher cosmic forces.

The 3 higher spiritual auras are the seat of the higher self. The higher self or super conscious is our personal link between visible and invisible universe.  It communicates and interrelates with higher cosmic consciousness.

The higher self transmits messages to the subconscious mind in the form of dreams, intuition and psychic insight. The subconscious then communicates these to your conscious mind through images, thoughts and feelings. Dreams are symbolic and need interpretation by a man of perception.
he auras contain seven chakras . The crown chakra is the point of access to the spiritual universe. The Chakras are traditionally considered the "nervous system" of the metaphysical body, since it is through them that life energies are received, processed, and transmitted, and through them that body, mind, and spirit are linked together into one holistic system. The energy-information frequencies found in the Aura are identical to those found in the Chakra channels

The chakras are connected to each other through etheric channels. Physical, emotional, mental and spiritual ailments can be correlated with energy blocks or dysfunctions within the chakras. Balancing the chakra through psychic healing allows the appropriate flow of energy to a chakra to reestablish health on each level.

Logical left brain thinking is held in high esteem by the western society.you can overturn this and pay attention to your hunches and grow your clairvoyance. The spirit world exists in a dimension of higher vibration. 

A medium forms a link or channel , a route of communication with those who have passed to the other side. He does so by raising his vibration or frequency to a point where the link can be formed. As this same time the spirits lower their vibration.  They communicate the energies through pictures , feelings, sounds and thoughts.  The medium interprets these through his broadened sense bands.

The universe cannot distinguish between a positive and negative thought.  A negative thought will bring a negative manifestation towards you. Karma is the law of cause and effect.

When you use psychic power you tap into the level of the universe, where individuality does not exist. At this level each of us is a part of a universal and cosmic consciousness where we are connected as though held together by invisible threads. This interconnectedness means that every thing we do or think affects everything and everyone else.

Everything is made out of energy. What appears to be solid is made up of vibrating particles, atoms and molecules. This includes human beings. According to psychic theory all the beings that live in the universe are made up of vibrating energies. The higher and faster the frequency, the higher the plane of the universe.

Psychic development will teach you how to raise your vibration or lower it at will.

Time and space are features in the material world , not the invisible world.  There the present past and future are all occurring right now. This means when you contact the higher realms you can tap into past lives or the future.

By learning to project your will and change your vibration through altering the state of your consciousness , you will begin to develop psychic powers.

All psychic exercises require you to alter your state of consciousness to reach ALPHA ( 7  Hz )  state. It is a light trance state achieved by meditation. Your breathing slows down, you cease to notice noise, and visual distractions.  You must be in the NOW.

Self hypnosis is a form of meditation in which the mind is stilled to reach an altered state of consciousness.

Gold colour can balance disturbed energy. Indian did not start wearing gold , quartz and diamonds  for sheer investment.

Dark spots in the aura may indicate illness. Aura’s energy-information can be used to accurately analyze a patient’s psychological and emotional states. Each part and level of the human Aura is related to different aspects of the person's psychology or physical health, and reveals an interaction of both physical and mental factors.

When you touch something you implant your psychic imprint on it like a magnetic recording on a tape. By holding the object and tuning in through your ESP you can pick up these subtle vibrations. Be careful of inherited jewellery especially if it contains gem stones and crystals, which pick up magnetic imprints very easily.

Every building has its own energy. Having ill, mentally unstable or negative people in a home can leave a residual energy in the building.   Hindus do Ganapati Homam to neutralize the negative residual energy when they move to second hand homes.  This is NOT superstition.  

Bursting firecrackers at the end of Thrissur Pooram is NOT superstition or entertainment, like New Year fireworks .

A healer is only a medium—or a bridge between two worlds. If he closes down the channel he has no innate ability. Healers generate electrical voltages >60 V during healing sessions --as measured by electrometers.

Russian inventor Semyon Davidovich Kirlian,  experimented with the qualities and meanings of Auras using photography and electrofield imaging.


Maharishis do NOT need Kirlean cameras.


EEG (electroencephalogram) technology analyses and monitors mental activity entirely by electromagnetic principles.  Science also has the  electrocardiogram (EKG), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), the electromyogram (EMG).

We exist in a sea of various EM waves that are continuously interacting and interfering with each other. Living beings transmit EM waves with numerous frequencies and strengths, and these interact with EM waves traveling throughout our environments that have multiple frequencies and strengths.


The practical result is a “boundary layer” of interaction between the person and the environment, in which waves are constructively and destructively interfering to various degrees, until  RESONANCE is achieved, causing an amplification of the vibrations  much the same way that constructive interference occurs with waves.


The result can be that the increase in vibration reduces the object’s structural stability – hence, the breaking of a glass when a soprano singer hits a high enough note to match the fundamental frequency or a harmonic frequency of the glass.


Psychic ability is the natural extension of intuition. Aura is a magnetic energy and is a protective shield.`. All thoughts , emotions and feelings are contained in the aura and sent out to the universe. All 7 chakras have their own frequencies of resonant vibration. Clairsentient people are sensitive to energy.

All have psychic power- but it remains repressed. The ordinary man ignores his intuition in favour of commonsense—and so in the course of time untuition stops manifesting clearly. The psychic is a supersensitive soul. He can figure out the nuances of intuition. 

For him intuition works at his beck and call in a clear way.. he does not need to go into a trance or even meditate. He will answer all your questions effortlessly. A true psychic's intuition can spot falsehood immediately.  His intuition ecompasses space and time.

A reiki practitioner, projects “white light” ( SCALAR ENERGY ) toward a person with a “disharmonious” energy field. Depending on the experience of the healer and the strength (intent) of the projection, the white light, which is comprised of the theoretical highest frequency (and strength) will entrain the weaker EM field of the patient, eventually inducing resonance to occur, which strengthens the patient’s own EM field. 

The movement of blood through the circulatory system is another way that EM fields are produced.  Each cell in our bodies is a transmitting antenna. Our DNA is the master tuning fork of our body.

Newton's ideas of absolute space and time and Einstein's ideas of relative time and space, are replaced by a truer picture by true psychics, for whom the universe exists in a vast here --where HERE represents all points of space and time at a single instant. In the quantum world of the zero point field, subatomic particles exist in a state of all potential unless observed, when it gets frozen down to a single state.

Psychic remote viewers can see information encoded in quantum fluctuation. On the subatomic level MIND IS OVER MATTER.  We create time and space on the surface of our retinas. Nothing in this universe exists as an actual thing independently of our perception of it.

WHEN I WANT TO HAVE FUN, I  READ WESTERN BOOKS ON PHILOSOPHY AND EPISTEMOLOGY -- THEIR INCREDIBLY SHALLOW MINDS MAKE ME LAUGH .


Epistemology is the branch of philosophy that studies the nature, acquisition, and validation of knowledge. The epistemology of perception matches patterns and fills gaps. All the obligatory duties of the Hindu owe their allegiance to the Vedas.  

They draw forth the thought of successive generations of Maharshi seers -- spiritual giants who were ultimate in epistemology. Vedic texts include hymns, liturgical instructions, and philosophical courses. 

The ancient Maharishi passed on Vedanta whose theories deal with puzzles about the source, nature, foundation, scope, validity and limits of human knowledge. The shallow western mind ( who come to India for life's answers ) can never come to grips with such profound wisdom.

SHELDON POLLOCK , A HALF WIT AND A SIDEKICK OF COCKEYED NR NARAYANA MURTHY THINKS VEDAS ARE MERE EXPRESSIONS –

HEY, WHY NOT BURPS AND FARTS LIKE THE HUMPLESS COW ?

 Vedas show how ancient rishis experienced the divine reality and how they responded with exuberant joy, confidence and a feeling of intimacy. This literature is not rustic or primitive but highly developed in its literary form, in its intellectual insight, and in its questioning attitude. The glory of this vast literature is its imaginative and emotional qualities.

The Maharishis were experts in Metaphysics to determine the real nature of things—to determine the meaning, structure, and principles of whatever is in so far as it is-- with reality as a whole. 

It is a call to recognize the existence and overwhelming importance of a set of higher realities that ordinary men could not deduce--the science of ultimate reality , as opposed to appearance or the contrast between appearance and reality .

The Vedic metaphysician was a sort of super scientist, unlimited in his curiosity and gifted with a capacity for putting together other people's findings with a skill and imagination that none of them individually commands. He can refute by debate, through a method for systematic evaluation of definitions

The Indian rishis were the first to engage their great minds in dialectics in philosophy—the  method of investigating the nature of truth by the criticism of initial concepts and hypotheses—all in the most peaceful natural surroundings  .

The ancient Indian Vedic dialectic is based on a dialogue between two or more rishis , master or student - people who may hold differing views, yet wish to pursue truth by seeking agreement with one another.

This is in contrast to debate, in which two or more people hold differing views and wish to persuade or prove one another wrong (and thus a jury or judge is needed to decide the matter), or rhetoric, which is a relatively long monologue oration conducted by a single stupid person.

THE PRIME TIME DEBATE --  NAY FISH MARKET SCREAMING ,  CONDUCTED BY A COCAINE SORTING ORANGUTAN IS NOT VEDIC DIALECTIC.

From the Vedas evolved the Upanishads, whose copious enquiries into the nature of man, the Universe, and God, strike the intelligent and high IQ modern scientific mind with speechless wonder.

Vedas are verses written in the most digitally perfect language in the world, Sanskrit, with a scientific alphabet and perfected vocabulary, and a grammar which is itself a great work of art.

The Vedic seers , propounded six systems of philosophy explaining man, universe, and God, before which Aristotle's and Plato's theories look like juvenile endeavors. They stole and patented , but could NOT get the essense .

ALMOST EVERY PIECE OF WESTERN PHILOSOPY ( THOUGH STOLEN ) IS BULLSHIT FROM MEDIOCRE MINDS – SO SAYS CAPT AJIT VADAKAYIL

The seers discovered the Earth's rotatory and revolutionary motions, and studied the courses of constellations and stars, and founded the twin sciences of astronomy and astrology.  These seers were by no means dreamers – their great minds were fractal and they could do 4D geometry inside their heads .

Watch the Hollywood movie , about Ramanujan, and you will notice how they murdered a great mind ( at par with Tesla ) and brought it down to the level of a Stephen Hawking.



YOU WILL NOTICE THAT AFTER PLATO, PYTHAGORAS, ARISTOTLE AND SOCRATES THE GREEK MINDS WENT PHUTT . .   

KODUNGALLUR UNIVERSITY FROM WHERE THEY STOLE AND PATENTED IN OWN NAMES  , TOOK A DIM VIEW TO PLAIGIARISED KNOWLEDGE ,  MURDERED IN COLD BLOOD .  

The sages who wrote the originals  did not care to leave their names;  the truths they set down were eternal, and the identity of those who arranged the words irrelevant.

Even today the white man’s navigation books terms LONGITUDE OF THE SUN ON THE CELESTIAL SPHERE as HOUR ANGLE ARIES –  when it should be HOUR ANGLE PISCES.

The white man lifted navigation from the Kerala school of navigation—and did NOT understand precession ( Vishnu Nabhi lotus )


I ask NR Narayana Murthy ( I dont care for this man ) to read the Nasadiya Sukta and decide for himself if Vedas are FARTS or BURPS –or MERE EXPRESSIONS


Never mind what Wikipedia writes— Vedas have NO authors--leave alone females writing Vedas.   

Seers just picked it off Akashic ether as longitudinal sound waves-  Sanskrit verses perfect in meter .

These are not shepherds’ verses as ridiculed by jealous Vatican-  but an amazing encyclopedia of the most mind boggling philosophy of thought. All the obligatory duties of the Hindu owe their allegiance to the Vedas.

The white historian writes that contemporaries Buddha ( died 483 BC )  and Maharvira ( died 527 BC) shunned the Vedas.

Sorry, this duplicate DUO are NOT the original Buddha ( 1900 BC )  or the original Mahavira, the 24th Thirthankara  (4500 BC) 


The whole of the West tried even to prove that Aryan invasion happened inwards, so that they could claim credit for writing the Vedas.    Now since the DNA age has nailed their foul LIE, they now use people like SHELDON POLLOCK to say that Vedas are MERE EXPRESSIONS

Our modern culture is oriented towards reducing one’s self awareness rather than expanding it. The Vedic revelations are so cosmic that they approach more closely the findings of modern quantum physics and astronomy than the pious pronouncements of rabid preachers. 

The rishis made claims so cosmic that even modern physics is only catching up with them and realizing, after every scientific breakthrough, that the ancients were there long before them. The Vedas  are the world's oldest intellectual legacies—30 millenniums on oral route before being penned down 7000 years ago.

Vedas record the spiritual experiences of souls strongly endowed with the sense for reality. They are held to be authoritative on the ground that they express the experiences of the experts in the field of religion. 

The Vedas bring together different ways in which the religious-minded of that era experienced reality and describe the general principles of religious knowledge and growth. The experiences themselves are of a varied character, so their records are many-sided (visvatomukham) or 'suggestive of many interpretations' (anekarthatam).

Vedic hymns are used today at Hindu wedding ceremonies, and temple and school prayers  in an astonishing example of continuous tradition. The feat of memorizing and handing down a vast amount of oral literature is a hallmark of Hinduism. It would not have been handed down if even one generation asked WHAT NONSENSE IS ALL THIS?

While the Vedas look outward in reverence and awe of the phenomenal world, the Upanishads look inward,  finding the powers of nature only an expression of the more awe-inspiring powers of human consciousness. Vedas and Upanishads thus work in a Tamas Rajas ( Yin Yang ) way.

Vedanta taught the technique of self-development. The ultimate destiny of man is to discover within himself the true Self as the changeless behind the changing, the eternal behind the ephemeral, and the infinite behind the finite. Free from theology and dogma, Vedanta remains the primary source of inspiration and guidance for millions of Hindus and non-Hindus alike.

The Upanishads are the concluding portions of the Vedas and the teachings based on them is called Vedanta. The Upanishads focus on philosophical questions such as the purpose of life, origin of the universe, concepts of time, space and matter, as well as concepts of atman, Brahman, maya, immortality, rebirth, karma, and the world.

In the Indian tradition, the guru would be seated under a tree, near a river or lake, and one or more disciples would cluster around him to learnt he wisdom. They are the dialogues between guru and sisya—the teacher and student.

These teachers and students are NOT like the stupid COMMIE professors and students of JNU.
The Upanishads tell us that there is a Reality underlying life which rituals cannot reach, next to which the things we see and touch in everyday life are shadows. 

They teach that this Reality is the essence of every created thing, and the same Reality is our real Self so that each of us is one with the power that created and sustains the universe. The Upanishads are not philosophy but are darshanas, “something seen” and therefore to be realized.

The ancient Maharshis understood the staggering scale of the divine play. Many centuries later the scientific mind still boggles at the scale of creation which makes infinity intelligible.

Science, in its most advanced stage, is closer to Vedanta than ever before. The intuition of Indian mystics led them to understand the multidimensional reality and of space-time continuum which is the basis of the modern theory of relativity.

The Upanishads are summits of thought on mankind and the universe, designed to push human ideas to their very limit and beyond. They give us both spiritual vision and philosophical argument, and it is by a strictly personal effort that one can reach the truth.

In the Upanishads we get a glimpse into the workings of the minds of the great Indian thinkers who were unhampered by the tyranny of religious dogma, political authority, pressure of public opinion, seeking truth with single-minded devotion,  rare in the history of thought.

THIS TYPE OF LOFTY THINKING CANNOT BE DONE BY MOOLADHARA LEVEL HOMOSEXUALS LIKE PLATO, ARISTOTLE AND SOCRATES WHO NEED TO PUT THEIR PRICKS INTO ANOTHER MANs ASSHOLE



Anumaṇa means inference -- an exact process of logical deduction

Poonam Pandey JI’s baby is in bed upstairs.  She hears a bang and crying. She can infer that her baby fell out of bed.
A woman walks into a store soaking wet and it is raining. It can be inferred that she does not have an umbrella.
Watching a man run towards the gate at the airport, one can infer that he is running late for his flight.

You triangulate a truth from one or more observations and previous truths by applying reason.  The method of inference has three steps:   pratijna (hypothesis),  hetu (a reason), and drshtanta (examples).

The hypothesis is in two steps :  sadhya (that idea which needs to proven or disproven) and paksha (the object on which the sadhya is predicated).

The inference is conditionally true if sapaksha (positive examples as evidence) are present, and if vipaksha (negative examples as counter-evidence) are absent.

Vedic epistemology requires Vyapti - the requirement that the hetu (reason) must necessarily and separately account for the inference in "all" cases, in both sapaksha and vipaksha.

A conditionally proven hypothesis is called a nigamana (conclusion).

Anumana can also be classified into 3 types:-

Pūrvavat (inferring an unperceived effect from a perceived cause),
Śeṣavat (inferring an unperceived cause from a perceived effect) and

Sāmānyatodṛṣṭa (when inference is not based on causation but on uniformity of co-existence). 


The word Anu means “to follow” and Maanam means “to gauge, guess or infer”.

Anumāna can be of two types – inference for oneself (Svārthānumāna, where one does not need any formal procedure, and at the most the last three of their 5 steps), and inference for others (Parāthānumāna, which requires a systematic methodology of 5 steps).

By inductive inference we open doors to new knowledge .   Anumana Pramana is the act of inferring i.e. knowledge of unknown from the known facts.   It is  indirect knowledge based on reasoning.

Anumana is a logical conclusion based on reasoning and prior perception.
 It is of three types & is related to the three times.
a) Inference of the cause from the effect -relates to past ( retrospective study)
b) Inference of the effect from the cause – relates to future (  prospective study design )
c) The commonly observed events at present.   (Time prevalence study)


Anumana or Inference helps in establishing correlation between two factors or to establish cause-effect relationship between two variables.   Anumana (Inference) is used extensively   as means to acquire knowledge.    Various  causes of non-perceptibility can create  hurdles in direct perception.  In this field,  Anumana helps in acquiring knowledge.

Anumana Pramana plays a vital role in interpretation of results. Interpretation refers to the task of drawing inferences from the collected facts after an analytical or experimental study. It is search for broader meaning of research findings. Generalization of results is based on inference only.

Anumana Pramana is of two types –
a)  for one’s own self  i.e.Swarthanumana
b) to provide knowledge to others  i.e.Pararthanumana


Swarthanumana (Inference for one self) is  the cause of deduction of logical reference  in one’s own mind.   For this; one should have inquisitiveness or curiosity.     As it is said; inquisitiveness is the mother of all knowledge.    A person with curious & questioning attitude will search for truth in a scientific manner and by applying logical process of reasoning he will reach to valid conclusion.

Pararthanumana  (Demonstrative inference) –   A person after getting inferential knowledge; it should be demonstrated to others by Panchavayavi vakya ( 5 components of reasoning), it is known as Pararthanumana.

Panchavayavi Vakya contains:
a) Pratidnya (Proposition)
b) Hetu (Reason or Cause)
c) Udaharana (Example)
d) Upanaya (Justification)
e) Nigamana (Conclusion)

Pararthanumana is an important means through which the knowledge recognized by one person is distributed to others.   This can be correlated with report writing according to process of research.   The purpose of research is not well versed unless the findings are made known to others.   Research results must invariably enter the general store of knowledge.

The epistemology of logic focuses on issues concerning the normative status of our beliefs about logical truth and logical validity. 

In Ayurveda brilliant diagnosis was done by inference.


One the ship I used Anumana .

I TOLD MY SHORE BOSSES “FUCK OFF’ , WHEN THEY ORDERED ME TO DO RISKY THINGS. 

I MADE MY OWN DYNAMIC RISK ASSESSMENT ROOTED IN ANUMANA , IN DAYS WHEN NOBODY HEARD OF SUCH A TERM  .


I TOLD MY SHORE BOSSES “FUCK OFF”   WHEN THEY ORDERED ME TO FOLLOW A PEA BRAINED PLANNED MAINTENANCE.

I SENT THEM MY OWN PRIORITISED  PREDICTIVE MAINTENANCE ROOTED IN ANUMANA—  AGAIN IN DAYS WHEN NOBODY HEARD SUCH A TERM .



Below: This HALF WIT-- I have trashed -- it takes a Capt Ajit Vadakayil to do it !




Inferences are not achieved with mathematical rigor.   


Inference is a conscious mental process by which we reach a conclusion based on specific evidence. 

Inferences are the stock and trade of detectives examining clues, of doctors diagnosing diseases, and of car mechanics repairing engine problems. We infer motives, purpose, and intentions.

Inference is part of, being human. We engage in inference every day. We interpret actions to be examples of behavior characteristics, intents, or expressions of particular feelings.  
  
But hey today , we do NOT infer that  evidence in a text is authoritative when it is attributed to a PEER REVIEWED Jewish scholar in the field.


The more evidence we have before us, and the more carefully we reason, the more valid our inferences.   

There is an old joke about an optimistic kid that is left in a room full to the brim with horse shit. The people who left him there return about an hour later, and to their surprise, they find the boy happily digging through the shit and ask “Hey Boy! What are you doing?,” to which the boy responds: “With all this shit I figured ( inferred ) there’s got to be a pony in here somewhere.”

Why does USA welcome Indian doctors? Because they have infer better and provide better diagnosis than white doctors . Once diagnosis is done even an IDIOT or a nurse can treat the patient.



Upamaṇa means analogy.

Greek philosophers Plato , Socrates and Aristotle who stole philosophy material from Kodungallur University and patented it in their own names, used mindless broad spectrum  analogy.  

These half wits saw analogy as a shared abstraction  .


Analogies should also make those abstractions easier to understand .  A similarity between like features of two things, on which a comparison may be based:  the analogy between the heart and a pump.

Analogy is NOT a simile or a metaphor

A metaphor is a figure of speech that uses one thing to mean another and makes a comparison between the two.  The key words here are “one thing to mean another.”

So, when someone says “He’s become a shell of a man,” we know not to take this literally, even though it’s stated directly as if this person had actually lost his internal substance.

A simile compares two different things in order to create a new meaning.

In this case, we are made explicitly aware that a comparison is being made due to the use of “like” or “as” (He’s like a shell of a man).

A simile is a figure of speech that compares two things that are alike in some way. To help you identify a simile versus a metaphor, know that the words “like” or “as” are typically used in a simile.

Well-known similes are:

as busy as a bee
as black as coal
as blind as a bat

Writers, poets, and songwriters make use of similes often to add depth and emphasize what they are trying to convey to the reader or listener

They fought like cats and dogs.
He is as strong as an ox.
That guy is as nutty as a fruitcake.
As cool as a cucumber
As tough as nails

An analogy is comparable to metaphor and simile in that it shows how two different things are similar, but it’s a bit more complex.   Rather than a figure of speech, an analogy is more of a conscious logical argument.

The presenter of an analogy will often demonstrate how two things are alike by pointing out shared characteristics, with the goal of showing that if two things are similar in some ways, they are similar in other ways as well.

A metaphor carries so much more power than a simile, because it’s direct. Using “like” or “as” to make an open comparison will often diminish the vivid visual you’re trying to paint in the reader’s mind.    Likewise, a spot-on metaphor will spark instant understanding for a reader, without the elaboration that an analogy requires.

Few metaphors-
I was lost in a sea of nameless faces.
The computer in the classroom was an old dinosaur.
The teacher planted the seeds of wisdom..
In capitalism, money is the life blood of society.
This job is the cancer of my dreams and aspirations.

Everything you touch turns to fuckin’ shit

Analogy is a cognitive process of transferring information or meaning from a particular subject (the analogue or source) to another (the target), or a linguistic expression corresponding to such a process.

In a narrower sense, analogy is an inference or an argument from one particular to another particular, as opposed to deduction, induction, and abduction, where at least one of the premises or the conclusion is general.

Analogy plays a significant role in problem solving such as, decision making, perception, memory, creativity, emotion, explanation, and communication.


Sometimes words and phrases can prove inept in conveying the exact depth of our expression. When someone presents a concept or an idea, which is contrasted with a similar concept, then the central idea becomes more apparent   

Analogy also spices up the sentence preventing it from getting monotonous. That is why analogy has been extensively used in rhetoric.

Analogy is a figure of speech that is used to make a concept or an idea clearer to the listener. An analogy creates a visual representation of the concept, making it easier to grasp the subject matter. So, when you are at a loss on how to explain something, then simply compare it with another relative concept. 

Few analogies -
The relationship between them began to thaw.
He is like a rock.
I feel like a fish out of water.
There are hajaaar fish in the sea.
What a general is to an army, a CEO is to a company.

Sword is the weapon of a warrior,  pen is the weapon of a writer.

Specific analogical language comprises exemplification, comparisons, metaphors, similes, allegories, and parables

 Analogy is important not only in ordinary language and common sense (where proverbs and idioms give many examples of its application)

The subject of comparison is formally called upameyam, the object of comparison is called upamanam, while the attributes are identified as samanya. 


In various ancient  texts of Hinduism, 32 types of Upanama and their value in epistemology are debated.   The word Upa means similarity and Maanam means to cognitively gauge.

There are main three characteristics of Upamana; i.e,
1. In Saharmaya- Upamana (when) the description of an unknown object given in terms of its similarity to a well known object by some authoritative person.   A class concept to certain facts on the basis of some observed similarity between them and other known facts are applies here. The concept is given to us and the facts to which it applied are selected by us.

2. In Vaidharmaya-Upamana the objects denoted by a word are described in terms of their contrast or dissimilarity to some well known objects of experience. This negative description enables a man to recognize certain objects as denoted by a word or as belonging to a certain class in so far as he finds that they fit in the given description.

3. In Dharmamatra-Upamana the object denoted by a name is described in terms of its particular attributes to any combination of attributes which is particular to it. This description enables us to discriminate between the things denoted by the name from all other things and consequently apply the name to just that class of things.


One thing common to all cases of upamana is the knowledge of the denotative relations, between a word and a certain class of objects. Thus upamana is a process of reasoning by which we know that a  word denotes a certain class of objects on the basis of some authoritative statement.

Upamana is the source of our knowledge of the relation between a name and things so named or between a word and its denotation (sanjnasanjnisambandha).

 Epistemology is the branch of philosophy concerned with the origins, structure, methods, and validity of knowledge. In order to theorize about the nature of knowledge, epistemologists have often used analogies


Epistemological theories can be classified as either foundational or coherentist. Foundational theories attempt to ground knowledge in a solid base such as sense experience (empiricism) or a priori reasoning (rationalism).

In contrast, coherentists argue that there are no foundations for our beliefs, whose justification derives from how well they fit together with each other. Many of the most influential foundationalists and coherentists have expounded and defended their theories using suggestive metaphors and analogies.


In sum, the uses of metaphor and analogy in epistemology and philosophy in general are much the same as their uses in science. Analogy is a powerful mode of thought that is indispensable in the formation, development, evaluation, and exposition of theories, in philosophy as well as science.


Like science, philosophy is primarily theory development, not poetry or rhetoric, even though rhetoric and even poetry can sometimes be displayed in both fields. 



Philosophy is not the queen, handmaiden, or under-laborer of the sciences, but rather a partner in a collaborative endeavor to understand and improve the world.

Below: A popular question for orals exams --ASSUMPTIONS SHALL NOT BE BASED ON SCANTY INFORMATION



Arthapatti means postulation.

THE COLLEGIUM JUDGES OF INDIA MUST BE TRAINED IN VEDIC ARTHAPATTI --  

THEY RELY TOO MUCH ON " OBJECTIVE  EVIDENCE " GIVEN IN COURT BY SOLD OUT FAKE WITNESSES  , PICKED OUT OF THIN AIR .  

FOREIGN FUNDED TROJAN HORSE NGOs HAVE ALLOWED NAXALS AND CRIMINALS TO GET AWAY .

TODAY A WHORE CAN COMPLAIN THAT YOU WINKED AT HER AND PUT YOU IN JAIL



Arthapatti is knowledge arrived at by circumstantial implication. Proof of facts offered as evidence from which other facts are to be inferred (contrasted with direct evidence ).

It is about derivation from circumstances - indirect evidence that tends to establish a conclusion by inference.  It is statement that is agreed by everyone to self evident and hence be correct.

This is useful for creating proofs in mathematics and science, and postulates are often the basic truth of a much larger theory or law.

Arthapatti is a fundamental principle, a  prerequisite,  a basic principle. from which a further idea is formed or developed example of a postulate.  A line can be drawn between two points.

By the way Euclid ( 300 BC ).of Alexandria is called the father of Geometry studied in the Kerala school of Math.   

Whatever Euclid has written , 100% is stolen from India  and patented in his name .

I ask –  is there a geometry more complicated on this planet than the Sri Yantra which is found in our ancient temples ?  

Mind you this geometry is in 2D for idiots and 3D for the cerebral.















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