Religion and Spiritualism

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[2] viXra:1608.0373 [pdf] submitted on 2016-08-27 14:57:18

Astrological Darwinism

Authors: E.P.J. de Haas
Comments: 134 Pages.

Astrological Darwinism centers around two axioms. The first is the axiom of `chosen wave function collapse' and its subset of `chosen mutations'. It is the Bersonian `élan vital' of the soul that makes the choices by quantum looking and thus acting as a metaphysical or vital `hidden variable' causing genetic mutations. The second axiom is that the capacity of complex, multi-cellular life forms to apply the `chosen mutations' is cyclic, following the 26.000 year precession of the equinox. Astrological Darwinism's Cycle of Life can be projected upon the Zodiac of Dendera, as it can be found in the book of Schwaller de Lubicz. During the Age of Leo, the capacity to produce `chosen mutations' is at its peak and during the Age of Aquarius this capacity is at its minimum. The evolution of humanity is cyclic and can be characterized by Great Years of cyclic appearance of creative genetic boosts and subsequent expansion of the fittest. The most obvious example is the Upper Paleolithic Great Year. The present one started with the Neolithic agrarian revolution and will have its expansionist peak during the upcoming Age of Aquarius. Astrological Darwinism will be put in contrast to Neodarwinism in its twenty first century version of the Everett Many Worlds Darwinism scenario, the last being part of the Anthropic/Multiverse narrative. Astrological Darwinism needs Quantum Biology and ultimately Quantum Gravity Biology as its natural environment. Astrological Darwinism is a metaphysical narrative with implications for biology and evolution but without any implications for physics because it strictly follows Bohr's Copenhagen Interpretation in combination with his concept of complementary principles for animate and inanimate matter.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism

[1] viXra:1608.0002 [pdf] submitted on 2016-08-01 04:32:51

Vinaa Venkatesham Nanaatho Nanaathah

Authors: Sai Venkatesh Balasubramanian
Comments: 31 Pages.

After a brief glimpse into the ‘mysteries’ and legends associated with the deity of Tirumala, this article focuses on Venkateshwara, the Lord of this sacred site, understanding Him to be the Kali Yuga Varada, or the source of solace and salvation in the present era of Kali. Looking further, one finds within the deity, aspects of the six major deities of the Shanmata tradition, as well as the Guru. This is visualized through the concept of Spiritual Altitude, depicted as the ‘spiritual hill’ of Govindaadri. This leads to the Lord being called as “Eka-Moorthy”, containing all divinity within Himself. As an extension to that thought, the article then discusses on the 108 sacred sites of Shanmata, called the Kshetra-Ashtottara, and how one can, merely contemplating upon Venkateshwara, perform a virtual ‘Kshetraadanam’ to these sites. This visualization is termed “Eka Kshetra-Ashtottara Moorthy” (EKAM). Reconciling this concept with Govindaadri using the Panchaayatana concept leads to yet another visualization, termed “Pancha-EKAM”. In summary, this article elaborates upon a series of inquiries, thoughts and revelations to the author, regarding the nature of the Lord Venkateshwara, in various levels of Spiritual Altitudes, which are essentially measures of Spiritual Inclusivity. The most important observation and value-add from these discussions is that Tirumala of Venkateshwara is indeed the most sacred Kshetra of Baalaa Tripurasundari, who is the very special form of the Universal Mother Ambika, manifest with the core intention of “Kali Yuga Varadha”. By thus contemplating upon Venkateshwara as Baalaa, Tirumala, as Govindaadri becomes the transition point from the physical level, represented by various Kshetras, to the highest spiritual level, represented by the Sri Yantra, which is the ultimate representation of the universe, leading to the supreme Sat Chit Aananda Parabrahman in the form of the Universal Mother Ambika.
Category: Religion and Spiritualism