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Rabbi Ba’al Shivah, the Hindu Hebrew connection.

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Today I am going to discuss some of the similarities between the Hebrews and the Hindus with my atheist friends and explain some of my ideas on the mind and psychology for them.  Above we see the Hamsa, which was originally used by the Jains in India.  Even the word Hamsa comes from the Indian word ahimsa, which means:

Ahimsa (Sanskrit: अहिंसा; IAST: ahiṃsā, Pāli:[1]avihiṃsā) is a term meaning ‘to not injure’. The word is derived from the Sanskrit root hiṃs – to strike; hiṃsā is injury or harm, a-hiṃsā is the opposite of this, i.e. cause no injury, do no harm.[2][3] Ahimsa is also referred to as nonviolence, and it applies to all living beings including animals according to many Indian religions.[4]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ahimsa

We see that the Hamsa is actually a stylized penis, masquerading as a hand, hands by their very nature are not equilateral, the Shiva lingam represents Shiva’s penis. 

The lingam (also, linga, ling, Shiva linga, Shiv ling, Sanskrit लिङ्गं, liṅgaṃ, meaning “mark”, “sign”, or “inference”[1][2]) is a representation of the Hindu deity Shiva used for worship in temples.[3] In traditional Indian society, the linga is rather seen as a symbol of the energy and potential of the God.[4][4][5][6][7]

The lingam is often represented alongside the yoni, a symbol of the goddess or of Shakti, female creative energy.[8] The union of lingam and yoni represents the “indivisible two-in-oneness of male and female, the passive space and active time from which all life originates”.[9]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiva_Linga

Shiva being the God of Death is also at the same time the God of life.  

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Even if you look at the similarities between the so called “horned alphabet” and sanskrit you see similarities.  Hebrew was a revolutionary language for a secretive people, it was simplified and modified from sanskrit making it easier to use, it was the language of revolt, Kabbalists have always been very secretive in their communication of revolutionary ideas.  

Origins of the word[edit]

The term cabal derives from Cabala (a word that has numerous spelling variations), the Jewish mystical interpretation of the Hebrew scripture. In Hebrew it means “reception” or “tradition”, denoting the sod (secret) level of Jewish exegesis. In European culture (Christian Cabala, Hermetic Qabalah) it became associated withoccult doctrine or a secret.[citation needed]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cabal#Origins_of_the_word

Have you ever considered the meaning of Moses finding the Hebrew god on Mount Sinai?  

According to some biblical scholars[who?], Horeb is thought to mean “glowing/heat”, which seems to be a reference to the sun, whileSinai may have derived from the name of Sin, the Sumerian deity of the moon,[3][4] and thus Sinai and Horeb would be the mountains of the moon and sun, respectively.

Interesting that Shiva himself is a moon god, is it not?  I frankly think that the burning bush was marijuana, the Aghori shaivists smoke massive amounts of marijuana, and then meditate in grave yards.  

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Because the Jews were aware of psychology, when they were a warring tribe if you killed in battle you had to sit Shiva and meditate for 7 days before you were clean (kosher) and allowed back into the city.  My nom de plume means, Lord of Meditation, because in my slaying of the ego I have killed more than anybody else.  

The Hebrew word “shiva” means “seven”, and the official shiva period is seven days. The day of the funeral is counted as the first day of shiva, even though the practice does not begin until after the mourner(s) arrive at the designated location following the funeral.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Shiva_(Judaism)#Length_of_shiva

Shiva was a wandering philosopher, India was famous as being a source of wandering philosophers that went walkabout and took their traditions far and wide.  When he went to a strange land he would sleep in the grave yard because he was surrounded by an entourage of disembodied spirits to which he ministered, this is not bizarre in the Kabbalist tradition, many rabbis are known to have angelic and even demonic familiars with which they can be seen conversing. 

Below we see the Origins of the muslim epithet, “shayateen”. 

Had you been a cartographer and geographer working for the British East India company in the 17th and 18th centuries, you would have found all over India thousands of Hebrew-like place names with similar meanings in both languages as well. The map excerpt on this page shows a small section of ancient Seuna-Desa (Zion Land) in what is now Maharashtra (to right). At the bottom right of the excerpt is the city of Paithan, on the banks of the river Godivari. The Indo-Hebrews named the part of the river passing through Paithan’s territory Paithan (Pison, Phison), according to their traditions. In the upper left-hand corner is the city of Satana. According to the legends of the Yadavas (Indo-Hebrews), Satana would have made the folks in Sodom and Gomorah envious. The Seunas and the Satanas decided to resolve their moral and religious differences on the battlefield. The forces of “Satan” lost, but their defeat didn’t dishearten them. Eventually, we came to think of “Satan” as a being who lost the battle but not the war. The bible tells us that such a peace treaty hasn’t yet been signed between these two ancient enemies.

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Later in that same article it says this:

Holger Kersten wrote in Jesus Lived in India,

“The relation between ancient Israel and Kashmiri can most clearly be demonstrated linguistically. Kashmirian is different from all the other Indian languages, the origins of which are Sanskrit. The development of the language of Kashmir has been greatly influenced by the Hebrew. Abdul Ahad Azad writes, ‘The language of Kashmir derives from Hebrew.’ According to tradition, in ancient times Jewish peoples settled here, whose language changed into the Kashmirian of today. There are many Hebrew words that are quite obviously connected with the language of Kashmir.” (pp. 68-69.)

24But when the Pharisees heard this, they said, “It is only by Beelzebul, the prince of demons, that this fellow drives out demons.”  Matthew 12: 24

The pharisees who were practicing the old Abrahamic law code essentially accused Jesus of casting out demons by the power of Satan.  Are you starting to see the connection here?  Instead of denying it, Jesus mentions the Temple of Solomon, and makes a reference to a house being divided against itself.  Solomon built gods temple by enslaving spirits and forcing them to do his bidding.  Then he turns it around on the Pharisees and asks them by what power they themselves cast out demons.  

It has recently occurred to me that their is a huge similarity between the phonology of the words Shayateen and Chaitanya.  

The Sanskrit word, Chaitanya, means ‘consciousness’ or ‘universal soul’ or ‘spirit’ or ‘intelligence’ or ‘sensation’.[1][2] It is the pure Consciousness or the cosmic intelligence, the consciousness that knows itself and also knows others.[3] It also means energy or enthusiasm.[4]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chaitanya_(consciousness)

If you remember the Muslims hate the color saffron, which is the color of the robes of the Sarasvati order monks. Notice too the familiar phonology of the word Charlatan and what Mohammed said about Shaytan, he is the whisperer.  Remember that Mary Magdalene moved to France after Jesus alleged death.  Remember too that Proto-indo-european is more or less a fact.  I, being a phonologist, track the movements of ideas across countries and through time.   

The word comes from Frenchcharlatan, a seller of medicines who might advertise his presence with music and an outdoor stage show. The best known of the Parisian charlatans was Tabarin, who set up a stage in the Place Dauphine, Paris in 1618, and whose commedia dell’arte inspired skits and whose farces inspired Molière. The word can also be traced toSpanish; charlatán, an indiscreetly talkative person, a chatterbox. Ultimately, etymologists trace “charlatan” from either theItalianciarlare, to prattle; or from Cerretano, a resident of Cerreto, a village in Umbria, known for its quacks.[1]  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlatan

Imagine if you will the Pharisees bursting in and yelling, “Shayateen!  Charlatan!  Chaitanya!”.  Remember that they reject thought, they reject consciousness, they avoid thinking as much as possible.  They fear intelligence.  

I am familiar with the word Chaitanya because my Shaktipat Initiatore, Gurumayi Chidvilasananda has a root word in her name.  Her name means, Energy = chit, moves= vilas= velocity, bliss= ananda, Sarasvati order monks adopt the suffix “ananda”.  The word Chit, energy, comes from Chaitanya, consciousness.  The words Chi, ki, come from this root as well as the words Chan and Zen.  

Now it is no secret that I think Abraham and Brahma are the same being historically, I am not the first person to think this, many others have come to the same conclusion.  If you observe closely you will find many similarities between the marriages of Brahman families and Chassidic jews, what is of interest is that the Aghori, the lingayats, and the Kashmir Shaivists rejected more or less the authority of the Brahman priest class, who are very much like the muslims adhering to the old Abrahamic law code.  The lingayats, were poets and mystics, they wore a shiva lingam around their neck and they had a personal relationship with god, and no mediator separating them from god.  They had their own nickname for Shiva, and they visualized him in a form that was sacred to themselves.  It was very much a personal relationship with god.  

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According to Heinrich Zimmer, whose work was edited and published posthumously by Joseph Campbell, there is only on Temple for Brahma, and the vast majority of demons worshiped Brahma.  This is of further interest when you consider that the Indian demons look so much like Muslims.

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Ganesha Rabbi Ba’al Shivah

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That is a picture of Lon Milo Duquette speaking at Clarement University on the topic, “Good and evil, get over it”.  Lon’s favorite Indian Deity is Ganesha.  He loves and collects Ganesha memorabilia.  Lon probably already knows everything I am about to tell you about Ganesha, but it is good writing practice for me.  This also ties in with the last topic I wrote about so it seems pretty auspicious;)

I didn’t like the stories that I found online so I am retelling the story as I remember it and think of it. 

Shiva, who was known to go on long walkabouts being that he was a tzaddick, a wandering, holy man, teacher, came home one day and found a strange boy blocking the door to his bedroom.  The boy barred his entrance, and that incensed Shiva, this was after all his home, he was tired and he wanted to see his wife and relax.  Shiva fights the boy and cuts his head off.  Parvati comes out and is inconsolable, she informs Lord Shiva that it is his own child and she was pregnant with him when he left.  Shiva goes out and cuts the head off the first animal he sees which is an elephant, and he resurrects the child with the head of an elephant.  Thus resurrecting Ganesha.  Ganesha has the body of a Siddha. 

Siddhas were early age wandering adepts that dominated ancient Tamil teaching and philosophy, they were extensively knowledgeable in ScienceTechnologyAstronomyLiteratureFine ArtsMusicDramaDance, and provided solutions to common people in their illness and advice for their future.[1] Some of their ideologies are believed to have originated more than 10,000 years ago during the First Cankam.[2] Shiva is believed to be the earliest Siddha.[3] According to one South-Indian book, the South Indian Siddha were expelled by the Indo-Aryan invaders leaving many of their traditions lost or distorted.[4]

In the Hindu philosophy (of Kashmir Shaivism), siddha refers to a Siddha Guru who can by way of Shaktipat initiate disciples into Yoga. A Siddha, in Tamil Sittar, means “one who is accomplished” and refers to perfected masters who, according to Hindu belief, have transcended the ahamkara (ego or I-maker), have subdued their minds to be subservient to their Awareness, and have transformed their bodies (composed mainly of dense Rajotama gunas) into a different kind of body dominated by sattva. This is usually accomplished only by persistent meditation.

Ganesha is the remover of obstacles, which I suspect is why Lon has an affinity for him, like myself we are constantly rejected and reviled, until recently.  The Siddha’s are the perfected beings.  They are humans with uncanny, supernatural, preternatural insight and abilities.  They have attained enlightenment, they have crossed the abyss.  

Siddhis[note 1] are spiritualmagicalsupranormalparanormal, or supernatural powers acquired through a sadhana (spiritual practices), such as meditation and yoga.[1] People who have attained this state are formally known as siddhas.[2]

Siddhi is a Sanskrit noun which can be translated as “perfection”, “accomplishment”, “attainment”, or “success”.[3] In Tamil the word Siddhar/Chitthar refers to someone who has attained the Siddhic powers & knowledge. Chith is pure consciousness/knowledge in Sanskrit also.~wikipedia

Gurumayi once said that Hebrew and Greek still have the same spiritual vibration that is present in sanskrit, but not modern English.  I respectfully disagree with her, being a linguistic philosopher and a philologist, and a phonologist, I have found that there are words all over the world that have similar sounds and similar meanings.  What makes something sound right to us?  Some kind of pattern in our brain looking for a key to unlock the meaning.  All the words of power are still here just in different forms.  

GANESHA, GNOSIS, GENIUS, GENESIS, GO IN, GYNE. 

The initiate is the one that gets to go in.  Specifically, into the bedroom to have sex with Parvati.  That one is Shiva.  Only Shiva gets to go in.  Iccha shaktir uma kumari, shiva sutra 1:13.  The yogi that yokes himself to Shiva becomes shiva and has the powers of shiva.  I have always thought that the word knight must be related somehow to the word cunt.  The In itiate.  Genesis means going in.  The inbreaths and the outbreaths of Brahma, the first two books of the bible are Genesis and Exodus, the going in and the going out.  Some writing is in spired. 

Etymology[edit]

From Old French inspiration, from Late Latin īnspīrātiōnem (nominative: īnspīrātiō), from Latin īnspīrāta (past participle of inspīrō).

Noun[edit]

inspiration (countable and uncountableplural inspirations)

  1. (physiologyuncountable) The drawing of air into the lungs, accomplished in mammals by elevation of the chest walls and flattening of the diaphragm, as part of the act ofrespiration.  [quotations ▼]
  2. (countable) A breath, a single inhalation.  [quotations ▼]
  3. A supernatural divine influence on the prophetsapostles, or sacred writers, by which they were qualified to communicate moral or religious truth with authority; asupernatural influence which qualifies men to receive and communicate divine truth; also, the truth communicated.  [quotations ▼]
  4. The act of an elevating or stimulating influence upon the intellectemotions or creativity.  [quotations ▼]
  5. A person, object, or situation which quickens or stimulates an influence upon the intellect, emotions or creativity.  [quotations ▼]
  6. A new idea, especially one which arises suddenly and is clever or creative

 

http://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/inspiration#Etymology

 

Then the LORD God formed a man from the dust of the ground and breathed into his nostrils the breath of life, and the man became a living being.

 

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Ganesha, is Da’ath on the tree of life.  Shiva has 2 sons, skanda the god of war and Ganesha, the scribe.  For this reason Ganesha also takes the place of har poor kraat, the true Horus, the true Hiram, the Hermit.  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heru-ra-ha

In late Greek mythology as developed in Ptolemaic AlexandriaHarpocrates (Ancient Greek: Ἁρποκράτης) is the god of silence. Harpocrates was adapted by the Greeks from the Egyptian child god Horus. To the ancient Egyptians, Horus represented the newborn Sun, rising each day at dawn. When the Greeks conquered Egypt under Alexander the Great, they transformed the Egyptian Horus into their Hellenistic god known asHarpocrates, a rendering from Egyptian Har-pa-khered or Heru-pa-khered (meaning “Horus the Child”). ~wikipedia

As I sat in meditation with Gurumayi, and we listened to that melodious Indian instrument, half accordion, half organ, fed by squeezing the breath into the honey like sound of the harmonium, and we chanted her version of the Om namah Shivayah mantra, I recalled my day at the only sanctioned Shinto temple in the United States in Washington.  I realized that what I was witnessing and participating in was an ancient religious right that went all the way back to Atlantis.  The Waking of the Sun ritual. 

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I recently gave Lon a banner that I have had for years.  That I have always had proudly displayed.  Here is the other one, the sister to the one that Lon now possesses.  He hung his above the door, I hang mine next to the fireplace.  Brahmans are always supposed to have a fire burning in the hearth.  This comes from their ancient hunter gatherer days.  Shiva is the evolution of Rudra, who is the god of fire.  Rudraksha beads are what his mala’s are made out of, which means, eyes of fire, or eyes of Shiva.  Who are modern day Rabbis if they aren’t the meat eaters that were exiled from India with their stinky offerings of burnt flesh to their god?  In China they refer to spirits as “food sniffers” because they don’t have physical bodies, they don’t need to eat the food, they sustain themselves by smelling the food.  The actual food is eaten by the high priests.  Think of the Buddhist priests that beg for food and then offer prayers and healings, and teachings.  

The tribe of Aaron was successful because eating more protein they evolved bigger brains and thought bigger thoughts and dreamed bigger dreams.  The same reason we were constantly exiled, exhaled, is the same reason why we are so successful, our creative intelligence, not something to be ashamed of, something to be proud of.  

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CHOOSY BEGGARS, GUILT PEDDLERS

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I get frustrated with all of these fruity spiritualists that like to conflate pleasantness with spirituality and feminine judgments with wisdom.  They always argue in favor of mercy and charity and they reward failure.  If they had ever been on a spiritual path or taken a guru they would not be so full of themselves and their arrogant judgments.  

Everywhere I go now somebody is asking for a donation or charity, when I buy pet food they ask if I want to donate, when I buy groceries and I use my card I have the option to donate, when I leave the store someone is there asking for my loose change.  Not that this is relevant but America isn’t a first world country anymore.  I think we should be worrying about taking care of ourselves, our families, our neighborhoods, and keeping our money in our economies.  

You might be interested to know that Bhagwan Nityananda told people not to give homeless people handouts.  They should be able to offer some service in exchange.  This creates a pattern in the world that is undesirable.  First of all it communicates to the beggar that they have nothing to offer.  It rewards failure.  You are not going to have less homelessness and less beggars you will have more.  In a way they do have a product that you are buying, guilt.  They portray themselves as pathetic and make a visual appeal to your sympathy and you feel pity, or guilt.  But who the fuck are you to feel pity?  You are in relationship with your own superiority, reveling in it, relishing it.  And then you get the homeless charities that try to humiliate you in public if you don’t donate something every time.  

Let me explain a little about myself, I was homeless, and I never begged, I never made a spectacle of myself or a nuisance of myself.  It took me five years to get entirely off the street and I fought and clawed my way to just above the poverty line, living paycheck to paycheck.  Even when I was living in Everett Washington in an abandoned sewer pipe that was never installed in the middle of winter, and freezing wind would blow through that thing and the fire didn’t keep me warm, every morning I walked the 5 miles into town to the cavalry church and for 5 dollars an hour I did landscape maintenance.  

I once saw this guy begging and someone gave him a dollar and he said, “is that all you got?”  with righteous indignation in his voice.  That is where the term “choosy beggar” comes from.  

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A little more about myself, I am a guru, a Shaktipat guru, a Jnani guru.  I was initiated by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda.  Nityananda is part of my spiritual lineage, Baba Muktananda was the guru of my guru and Nityananada was his guru.  This American culture wants to think of itself as spiritual but it is doing so pretentiously, falsely, unconsciously, arrogantly.

 I bet you think that Ghandi would give money to a beggar if he saw a homeless person don’t you?  Well you are dead wrong.  He wouldn’t, and if anybody tried to coerce him he would have protested loudly.  Ghandi’s grandson Arun once tossed out a pencil on the way home from school because it was too small in his estimation.  Ghandi made him go back and look for it for hours until he found it, and refused to buy him a new one.  It was a lesson to be appreciative and efficient and humble.  Not wasteful and flamboyant, and it was one single, tiny, little pencil.  

 

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Teach the Teachers

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Teach the teachers was something I started when I was working with Lynn Marie Le.  What we found was that people that weren’t highly experienced, and highly intelligent would feel intimidated and threatened by my ideas and they would panic.  

Panic is a sudden sensation of fear which is so strong as to dominate or prevent reason and logical thinking, replacing it with overwhelming feelings of anxiety and frantic agitation consistent with an animalistic fight-or-flightreaction. Panic may occur singularly in individuals or manifest suddenly in large groups as mass panic (closely related to herd behavior).

The word panic derives from the Greekπανικός, “pertaining to shepherd god Pan“, who took amusement from frightening herds of goats and sheep into sudden bursts of uncontrollable fear. The ancient Greeks credited the battle of Marathon‘s victory to Pan, using his name for the frenzied, frantic fear exhibited by the fleeing enemy soldiers. ~Wikipedia

 

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We thought this was weird considering that Jesus signature miracle was turning water into wine, the same miracle of the cult of Bacchus the god of the theater and extacy.  A metaphor for turning what is mundane and boring into something supernormal, extraordinary.   Shiva is also the god of extacy as well as of death, having created the science of Tantra and my online handle and spiritual name Shivah Solomon, not just that but the fact that I am from a living lineage of gurus and I was initiated into it by Gurumayi Chidvilasananda. 

People that aren’t ready to receive or aren’t worthy, they panic, and fear blocks the light.  People that can’t enjoy themselves responsibly, that don’t know themselves, that can’t control themselves, spiritual children.  They need milk and not steak, and my truth is too rich for them. 

What we found is that I would never make it if I started at the bottom because I would have to compete with morons that would block me and ostracize me and besmirch me at every turn, because they didn’t understand me, they can’t evaluate me, and they can’t compete with me.  So they would sabotage, backstab, cockblock, and straight lie about me, to turn others against me.  Scapegoating me as it were.  

 

http://www.jeramyt.org/papers/girard.html