Satan Is The King Of The Vedic Gods

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Satan Is The King Of The Vedic Gods

Postby HP Mageson666 » Thu Apr 19, 2018 9:53 am

Satan Is The King Of The Vedic Gods

Satan is the full Sanskrit spelling of the title Sat its also spelled Satan in Sanskrit which is why in Sikhism which was created by a Hindu Guru. Satanama is the highest name of God. As its the highest name of God in Hinduism. Note Indra is called Shiva and Indra is called Sat and Satya. Satyam is the ancient name of the Pagan religion. Indra is the King of the Vedic Gods. As stated before Satan is Shiva but Shiva goes back to Indra. This is why in modern Hinduism Shiva still holds the title of the head God. Shiva also carries the thunderbolt like Indra. The God Indra is a Nordic God who is described as having blonde hair.



Indra And Shiva

"Indra is referred to in the hymns much like later Shiva. He is the king and ruler [raja, ishana]. He is in fact called Shiva."

"He has such descriptions like Shiva as the dispeller of fear, as Sat or Satya [Truth or reality]"... The numerous descriptions of Indra as Frawley shows is that of Indra as well. Even numerous titles and myths are the same as its the same God.


"Part of the attempt to claim Shiva as non-Aryan is said to be the Puranic story of his destruction of the sacrifice of Daksha"...


"Indra as Trita killing the son of Twashtar. The son of Twashtar with tree heads and sevens rays is also another symbol for the seven chakras and three bodies or states of consciousness of waking, dream and deep sleep. This also symbolizes the sacrifice. Daksha is another form of the demiurge or Prajapti, as is Twashtar. Indra disregards or destroys Twashtar, as he represents the Self who transcends the cosmic process."...

"Shiva's destruction of Daksha sacrifice is also just another form of the Vedic story of Rudra's slaying of Prajapati."...

This is the symbol of purification of the body and the Magnum Opus.




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Gods, Sages And Kings, David Frawley
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Re: Satan Is The King Of The Vedic Gods

Postby ASQV13886662080 » Sun Apr 22, 2018 10:39 pm

HP Mageson666 wrote:Satan Is The King Of The Vedic Gods

Satan is the full Sanskrit spelling of the title Sat its also spelled Satan in Sanskrit which is why in Sikhism which was created by a Hindu Guru. Satanama is the highest name of God. As its the highest name of God in Hinduism. Note Indra is called Shiva and Indra is called Sat and Satya. Satyam is the ancient name of the Pagan religion. Indra is the King of the Vedic Gods. As stated before Satan is Shiva but Shiva goes back to Indra. This is why in modern Hinduism Shiva still holds the title of the head God. Shiva also carries the thunderbolt like Indra. The God Indra is a Nordic God who is described as having blonde hair.



Indra And Shiva

"Indra is referred to in the hymns much like later Shiva. He is the king and ruler [raja, ishana]. He is in fact called Shiva."

"He has such descriptions like Shiva as the dispeller of fear, as Sat or Satya [Truth or reality]"... The numerous descriptions of Indra as Frawley shows is that of Indra as well. Even numerous titles and myths are the same as its the same God.


"Part of the attempt to claim Shiva as non-Aryan is said to be the Puranic story of his destruction of the sacrifice of Daksha"...


"Indra as Trita killing the son of Twashtar. The son of Twashtar with tree heads and sevens rays is also another symbol for the seven chakras and three bodies or states of consciousness of waking, dream and deep sleep. This also symbolizes the sacrifice. Daksha is another form of the demiurge or Prajapti, as is Twashtar. Indra disregards or destroys Twashtar, as he represents the Self who transcends the cosmic process."...

"Shiva's destruction of Daksha sacrifice is also just another form of the Vedic story of Rudra's slaying of Prajapati."...

This is the symbol of purification of the body and the Magnum Opus.




Source
Gods, Sages And Kings, David Frawley
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I had always been fascinated with the concept of electromagnetism in its entirety, but initially more specifically electricity, and lightning etc.

In many cases I would associate our gods with the heightened bioelectricity and have the potential force of lightning in their control.

The ones symbolizing the use of this naturally drew me of course, such as Thor, Zeus, and later on, Indra.

I know how the names of these gods are cultural derivatives of original Sanskrit mantra such as Thor and Thaurisaz, Zeus being Jupiter or Iupiter, Iohannes, Johannes, and a bunch of others.

Recently, after I contemplated Indra and remembered one of your posts describing the IM (EEEEMMMM) vibration which activates the upper most chakras just as Innanna does, I realized that INDRA is a unity of mantras that activate the upper and lower core chakras.

IN-DRA (EEEEENNNNN-DDDDRRRRAAAA) The IN for the upper, the DRA for the lower.
The path of Sanatana Dharma is not with vice, but with balanced adaptation. Acknowledge your true self and natural law will sort the rest out.

HAIL SANAT KUMARA & THE DAEMON MAHA SIDDAH DEVA!!!!!


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