God and scientists

Elements and Gods

What differs the Vedic Gods from Hindu Gods is that they might just have mixed themselves with civilizational arrow. But these elements which are also similar in Greek style, but these may be same/similar because of our current incomplete understanding, not their outstanding value, in other words there might be a civilizational conceptual underpinning same to Greek/Vedic/Hindu schemes. They even might be a primitive scientific understanding of elements which on one way goes towards science and on another its mythification and social assimilation goes towards religion/history/social-customs.

In other words our elements in 2012 are Higgs Boson and gluon and electrons and for each particle or resonance we can’t define a God. A molecule is not a God anymore. We do not have such needs anymore although there is a constant attempt from vicious forces to paint scientific understanding as God’s work.

The meaning of ishan

azuma > asuma > asuna > isuna [of isu, of God, light, sun, fire, existence, rightfullness, person] this isuna is then isana. So what east in Japan is north-east in India if that has to be firmly used say 1500 years ago with their phonetic variations over this time not-with-standing.

The limits of Theory of Everything !

Difference between everything and anything.

You would think, when you add over, all the ‘anything’s, you get everything. Or in other words; Everything = integration (anything*dthing). That’s not true.

So most people confuse a Theory of Everything with a Theory of Anything. So that will never happen, the latter. The theory of Everything in the sense of Anything will never happen.

Physicists are not thinking that.

Why Bishnu has 10 incarnations? Shiba and Brahma don’t?

Why Vishnu has avatars but Shiva and Brahma do not.
Of the Hindu trinity, Bishnu (Vishnu) did not originally have a body. Perhaps for that reason, he was the most prime God of the Pantheon and Shiva and Brahma were merely later day additions. Plus since he did not have a body he was allowed to have tons of incarnations (avatars) but Shiva and Brahma did not have any incarnations because they had body.

This one can infer from etymological phonetics; eg Sanskrit: Bi = without (as in Birata, Birati = discontinuous, break etc) Sh comes from sharira. Bisu, Bishnu etc. (the article explains why the phonetics alter like this) Bishnu = Without Body. Hence avatars are what are descended !

The article was written in 2011, after which many of my own understandings developed, when I realized the other possible meanings are in compliance with what I have been calling the Sun Theory (of phonetics analysis) where all linguistic objects are merely parts or conjugations of a near meaning of Sun in various hypothetical or real languages as they might have existed or formulated. In that analysis Bishnu (Vishnu) is Bi+Sun. where Bi is as in Big or Bahu or Maha. Sun (Lord) the great.

Plus in that unified understanding bishnu means (basa+agni = Life Fire etc) In that unification there are no different Gods but all philosophical forms of Sun (Vishnu is no different from Shiva, because they are both Life Fire = Sun)

All Gods have been formulated since time immemorial from the original Sun (Lord).

Just in short. It needs more attention from me and you to digest the ideas. Here is the article. (which still needs to re-toned)