A spiritually progressive world government is needed

Report by Janegan

Hindu Aaiyyanists worldwide know that it is time for the progressive parts of this planet to form a Universal World Government based on true spirituality and love. I am not talking about the fake spirituality permeating institutional organisations that preach about love and harmony, but support policies that are directly against the weak and poor. No, I am talking about true unconditional love that can only be perceived fully by spiritual adepts and formulated psychically by the true Hindu Aaiyyanist that has mastered the basic precepts of Dravidian Yoga.

We know that throughout the world various nations are pulling towards nationalism and intolerance. As Hindu Aaiyyanists, we know that fundamentally we are all One and thus any forms of division, whether by race, nationality or religion is simply nonsense. It is the ultimate expression of the ego and as thus only people who have base emotions and base thinking flock to such thoughts.

The logic of the petty nationalist defines them. Why do the intolerants want to build a wall to separate people and bar immigrants, even though they themselves are descendants of people who emigrated? It is because the hypocrisy of negative energy pervades their very being. They are Asuric (demonic) in nature or are allowing themselves to be controlled by these negative entities.

Only higher beings capable of ‘Universal Brahman thought’ are directed to the simple truth: that we are all one. There are many faiths and denominations (from all the major and minor religious) that are capable of true ‘Universal Brahman thought’ and we (as Aaiyyanists) should be able to recognise them all. But we should also be able to recognise the faiths that preach division and hate of others. We must pray and send positive love energy to these organisations so that they will begin to see the truth that ‘love of all’ defines us as human and as part of Brahman.

If the nation state becomes more intolerant and divisive, then as Aaiyyanists we must support groups that wish to break away from the nation and form their own collectives. In order to become one we must truly break all borders and boundaries and embrace oneness. Division only leads to fear and pain as has been the history of this world since the start of the Kali Yuga age.

In the ancient times there were no borders and no nations. People were free to travel and live as they pleased. In Hindu Aaiyyanist tradition we believe that in the far distant past before the ancient Aaiyyyanist Kingdoms were founded (over 100,000 years ago) our ancestor sailed from the West. The evidence for the links to our ancient African past is demonstrated by the worship of Murungu by our spiritual cousins in various East African tribes. This is just a tiny example of how we are in fact all One Universal being, whose God Consciousness departed from Africa and then settled in the ancient lands now known as Tamil Nadu. This migration of ‘The One’ has happened all over the world. We have one origin as humans and we all come and are still a part of Brahman. Anyone who says otherwise is either a fool or purposely wishes division to aid their negative masters.

Now let me be clear, negative beings such as Asura or Demons are also part of Brahman, thus the people who follow that path are also in direct contact (consciously or subconsciously) with these entities. We must love them all as part of Brahman, but as an Aatmaani Aaiyyanist I believe that we can create a better society by following a positive path of pure loving Aaiyyanism as espoused by Lord Murugan.

Please note: when we follow the negative path that leads to oppression, death and destruction, we must remember that this path is also a way to become One with Brahman. Many Tantric Aaiyyanists follow this path. As Aaiyyanists we should never condemn nor condone any actions by negative or positive beings. We must simply accept them as part of Brahman’s path.  However, as a human who loves life, I prefer the positive path that builds societies up, will allow humanity to populate the stars and can unlock the wondrous potential of all humanity in oneness and love.

 

 

 

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The Dravidian Spiritual Rhythm of the Universe

Rhythmic

I will tell you how the Universe dances from a Hindu Aaiyyanist perspective. The Dravidian teachings of old have many descriptions on how the Universe was formed, and how and why it is interspersed with the primordial One: Brahman.

The ancient Guru sage Aaiyyani Jagadhguru Kanyakubja taught his disciples that the spiritual ether that permeates all matter both alive and inanimate is Brahman. But why would a perfect being choose to create and enter an environment that is imperfect?

Some scholars in the ancient Dravidian world treatised that Brahman as a whole is perfect. But inside Brahman: is our Universe and the multitude of dimensions that on the whole look imperfect, but from a distance are aligned in perfect harmony. Many ancient Aaiyyanists believed this. Just as the lake has many imperfections inside it; with weeds, fish, dirt, and stones… if you look at it from afar you will see the beauty and perfection. Without the stones, weeds, fish and dirt there would be no perfect beautiful lake. It is the imperfections that define the perfect.

However, Sage Kanyakubja thought differently. In some Hindu Aaiyyanist traditions, it is said that Brahman at a point in time of his choosing decided to create… and then become Brahma (and Vishnu/Siva). Brahma the creator then exists for 100 Brahma years after which there is a Mahapralaya (destruction and dissolution into One) – and all is absorbed back into Brahman.

A year of Brahma is consists of 360 Brahma day night cycles, or 720 Kalpas. One Kalpa is made up of 1000 Maha Yugas. One Maha Yuga is subdivided into 4 ages with a ratio of 4:3:2:1. The Ages or Yugas are Satya Yuga, Treta Yuga, Dvapara Yuga and the Kali Yuga. In Hindu tradition the Kali Yuga Age is 432,000 years, so you can imagine how long 100 Brahma ages are (more than 300 trillion years).

But this is irrelevant. Sage Kanyakubja was more interested in why ‘Brahman at a point in time of his choosing decided to create.’ . Through divine revelation and meditation, Kanyakubja knew that Brahman wanted to create the imperfect, to find a greater perfection in Brahman, i.e. by allowing imperfection, a greater perfection can be realised. The purpose of Brahman is to improve the perfect.This can only be realised if one allows oneself to be truly free and meditate on a rhythm that uplifts us.

For  Sage Kanyakubja realised that if you were Brahman and existed in his timeline – if you speed up this cycle of the Universe to a moment in Brahman’s reality, you will see that this whole cycle is a rhythm, composed of 4:3:2:1 in its centre building up to 1000, 720, and 100.

Or to put it another way, the Universal Rhythm is 100 moments long, broken up into 720 bars, with 1000 beats per bar, with a sub rhythm of 4:3:2:1. And from this Rhythm, Brahman is finding a way to perfect the perfection that we are all part of.

 

 

 

The Names of Brahman joins us as One

There are many different schools of Dravidian Hindu Aaiyyanist thought, but we are all united by our belief in Brahman and how his very being permeates throughout all of us and all Universes. Now the very term Dravidian Hindu Aaiyyanism is an English translation of our creed. One should really call it Dravidian Aaiyyanism as it is more ancient than the Northern Indus Valley tradition where the name ‘Hindu’ originates from.  We are also not of the “Sanatana Dharma” either. The thoughts, ideas, scriptures and scripts of Dravidian Aaiyyanism are much more ancient than Sanskrit or even ancient Tamil (Tamil-Brahmi). It is the language that Brahman gave to Siva and Murugan in order for the ancient humans to communicate directly with Brahman. Each Aaiyyanist tradition has its own thoughts on how the transition of knowledge from Brahman to Siva and/or Murugan took place; suffice it to say that it did take place over 70-100,000 years ago.

Stepping back for one moment though and returning to the notion of names. As all true Dravidian Aaiyyanists know, even the names of Brahman, Siva and Murugan are not the true names of the beings we worship. There is no direct English translation, and we do not want to reduce the power of the names by giving a direct sound/linguistic equivalent.  Most Aaiyyanists learn the true names at an early age as is the Dravidian oral tradition. All Aaiyyanists are bound as children, learning the mystical and truly powerful names of the Gods as spoken in their original language: Dravidian Aaiyyani. This is what binds us.

Remember Dravidian Aaiyyani is the only language that I know of where you need to meditate on a particular meaning while speaking the word in order to fully understand ‘The Truth’. The word and meaning maybe dissimilar, but as a whole may point to a new understanding.

Another habit that binds us is reading (or writing) the symbols to form a mental image while visualising something entirely different: e.g. as many Aaiyyanist children learn at an early age:  writing the Daiyyannian Loka while actually seeing via the mind’s eye the Lokataliyyan (Siva-Murugan) construct. This paradox of language, speaking, writing, thinking and constructing visually is what binds all Aaiyyanists: from the Pacifist Schools of Parishaantaa to the Martial Schools of SainikaH, and the many other schools that seem diametrically opposite.

So what am I saying here? Well in summary, there are many many differences in the teachings of different schools of Aaiyyanist thought. But what binds us is our language, culture and understanding on the origins and endings of Brahman and his many aspects.

What it means to be a Hindu Aaiyyanist

To be a Hindu Aaiyyanist one must simply believe that all beings are One with Brahman. When we mean all beings – we literally mean everything in this Universe and the multitude of Universes that surround us. We also mean everything in the multitude of dimensions that contain these innumerable Universes. What this means in practise is that we must love everyone unconditionally as One – even if they are our enemies, or even if they are considered to be evil entities. I know this sounds like a radical idea, but even negative entities like Asuras and  Rakshasas are part of Brahman. They are just another expression of the truth.

Some Aaiyyanists are drawn to the path of positivity and truth, finding solace in meditation and research. Other Hindu Aaiyyanists strive for the Tantric path and attempt to find the bridge to Brahman by invoking and learning from negative entities. There is no right and wrong path in this life; all roads eventually lead to The One: Brahman.

So, my fellow Aaiyyanists may disagree on what is the best approach to find liberation. Some may find it through devotion, learning, immersing oneself in the Tantric Path or simply becoming a strict purist ascetic – we are all One and must remember that. However, fighting against each other is also ‘part of our oneness’, so the true Aaiyyanist like myself can neither judge, condemn nor condone any actions by anyone. In order to understand fully the life choices by our peers we must walk in their shoes and live their life. Only the trained Aaiyyanist can remember their past lives and can understand many fragments of the whole, but we still cannot comprehend someone’s actions in this timeline as we also exist in it.

Thus, the solution is to simply love everyone as One, as a subset and a part of Brahman. And by loving, comes understanding… and from that comes knowing and learning some sort of truth that you did not know existed… until you felt it from a stranger who thinks, acts and is spiritually dissimilar to yourself. That journey to the truth is the essence of Hindu Aaiyyanism.

 

 

 

Positive changes to my blog

Namaste all,

I am going to change the direction of my blog. Currently I am presenting news that I hear from the Aaiyyan World Foundation when I meet up with them, as well as showcasing some stories from fellow Aaiyyanists who distribute current affairs news from an Aaiyyanist perspective. I have however, received numerous private requests to actually showcase some Aaiyyanist teachings on Yoga, meditation and the Dravidian symbols. In this regard I shall be presenting a series of posts on fundamental Hindu Aaiyyanist teachings. I’ll tag them under a new heading of ‘Teachings’.

For people new to Hindu Aaiyyanism: I hope you enjoy it, and learn and grow from our teachings. For people who have been brought up as a Hindu Aaiyyanist, I hope these new blog posts remind you of your spiritual duties and responsibilities.

Siven

Origin of the Vel

Namaste all,

I have heard some interesting news from the Aaiyyan World Foundation and other Aaiyyanist schools and groups around the world.

As many of you know, there are several texts that Aaiyyanist researchers have been working on this past decade to translate into English from the ancient language of Dravidian Aaiyyani (an offshoot from ancient Tamil). One of these has been ‘The Seed’, ‘The Twelve Rings of Aaiyyan’, ‘The Aaiyyan Assent to the Veil’, and many others. Unfortunately due to politics and sectarianism within the Aaiyyanist family, these books have been put on hold for the time being.

Basically it was deemed by other schools that the translations favoured  the Aatmaani schools over other ones. This has been the main issue I have had with the Aaiyyan World Foundation ever since it decided to open its doors to outsiders.

So, that is a shame, but there is some good news on the horizon. I have heard from close sources that the Aaiyyan World Foundation will reveal an English translation of ‘The Origin of the Vel’. Many Aaiyyanist children and parents will be pleased to know that this great story will be available soon to read in English.

I do not know any more details on when it will be released, or who the translators or researchers are, but I will let you know as soon as I have that information.

 

 

Why every progressive must become a Hindu Aaiyyanist

Report by Saesha Nadar

Now that the Supreme Court position has been filled by a conservative who believes in freedom of religion, we urge all progressives in the US and around the world to fully embrace the ideals of Hindu Aaiyyanism.

The Hindu Aaiyyanist religion believes in total freedom of movement and ideas. They believe that no one has the right to stop anyone travelling freely as they please. As many Hindu Aaiyyanists know, this is described in the ancient texts by Guru Sivenian concerning the ‘Meditations of Samkarsana’.

This is not just about freedom of movement; it is also a religious edict that Aaiyyanists must look after and protect all people regardless of where they are from and where they were born.

This ideal of freedom of travel is so highly ingrained in Hindu Aaiyyanists that you will find them in all parts of the world; from India, Japan, Argentina, Norway, Madagascar etc… The ideals of looking after everyone is also ingrained in the Hindu Aaiyyanist mindset such that you will find Aaiyyanist healers, carers and teachers throughout the world.

So what does this mean then? Well it simply means that if all people embrace Hindu Aaiyyanism in a city or state, then they should be able to defy any laws that prohibit the protection of all people (citizens or not); and defy any laws that prohibit the movement of all people. We should have a religious exception on certain negative laws that are against Universal Brahmanic Dravidian Law.

We know inherently that it is our religious duty to care for all people and allow them to freely travel as they wish, without the oppressive state arresting them. Now that we have a constitutional justice in the Supreme Court we know that he will support our religious rights as strongly as his own faith.

Unless of course in the new America, only the religious beliefs of those in power are protected by law.