“Hindu” is said to be the oldest religion on the planet. As an avid student of the 5000 year old plus Bhagavad-Gita (Hindu Bible), let me quote the verse around which the entire Bhagavad-Gita is premised:
“The Vades’ concern are with the three gunas (forces of Nature). Be without the three gunas, O Arjuna, (you, me) freed from duality, ever firm in purity, independent of possessions, possessed of the Self.” : b.g. ch 2 v 45.
The three gunas represent the three forces of Nature: creation, maintenance, and dissolution of the material world, collectively termed, evolution. [click to continue…]
The word Pentagram we all know to be a star. It derives from the word Pentagrammaton. We also know penta means 5. But what about the “gram” part? In the word “tetragrammaton” the tetra portion is a combining form of 4 and tetragrammaton itself means 4 letters, YHWH, the Spirit, Mental, Astral and Physical Planes of existence. YHWH is Yahweh from the Spirit Plane downward and HWH ( trigrammaton ) is Jehovah from the Mental Plane downward, the “leader” of the lower conscious minds’ 7 powers or Elohim just as Zeus represents the same within the Demiurge for the Greeks and the Big Angel Yaldabaoth does for the Gnostics. But there’s that “gram” portion again. We know the word gram to be a measure of weight or volume, could that be the answer? [click to continue…]