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In Kepler discovered important laws of astronomy, and Galileo produced telescope. IN Drebbel of Holland invented the microscope. About Newton discovered the law of gravitation. In Thomas Savery made use of a steam engine in raising water. Twenty years later Stephen Gray discovered the action of electricity on the human body. In the political world, people began to have respect for themselves, and civilization advanced in many ways.
England united with Scotland became a powerful kingdom. Napoleon Bonaparte introduced his new legal code into southern Europe. America won its independnce, and many parts of Europe were peaceful. With the advance of science, the world began to be covered with railways and telegraphic wires.
By the help of steam engines, electric machines, and many other instruments, fine matters were brought into practical use, although their nature was of the period of years of Dwapara Sandhi, the time of mutation, the true Dwapara Yuga of years will commence and will give to mankind in general a thorough understanding of the electricities and their attributes.
Such is the great influence of Time which governs the universe. No man can overcome this influence except him who, blessed with pure love, the heavenly gift of nature, becomes divine ; being baptized in the sacred stream Pranava the holy Aum vibration , he comprehends the Kingdom of God. The position of the world in the Dwapara Sandhi era at present AD is not correctly shown in the Hindu almanacs.
The astronomers and astrologers who calculate the almanacs have been guided by wrong annotations of certain Sanskrit scholars such as Kulluka Bhatta of the dark age of Kali Yuga is years, of which hae in AD passed away, leaving years still remaining. A dark prospect! The mistake crept into almanacs for the first time aboout BC during the reigh of Raja Parikshit, just after the completion of the last Descending Dwapara Yuga.
At that time Maharaj Yudhishtira, noticing the appearance of the dark Kali Yuga, made over his throne to his grandson, the said Raja Parikshit. Maharaja Yudhishtira, together with the wise men of his court, retired to the Himalaya Mountains, the paradise of the world.
Thus there was none in the court of Raja Parikshit who could understand the principple of correctly calculating the ages of the several Yugas. Hence, after the completion of the years of the then current Dwapara Yuga, no one dared to make the introduction of the dark Kali Yuga more manifest by beginning to calculate from its first year and to put an end to the number of Dwapara years.
According to this wrong methos of calculation, therefore, the first year of Kali Yuga was numbered along with the age of Dwapara Yuga. In AD , when years, the length of the true Kali Yuga, was complete, and the sun had reached the point of its orbit farthest from the grand center when the Automnal Equinox was on the first point of Libra in the heavens , the age of Kali in its darkest period was then numbered by years instead of by With the comencement of the Ascending Kali Yuga, after AD , the sun began to advance in its orbit nearer to the grand center, and accordingly the intellectual power of man started to develop.
Therefore the mistake in the almanacs began to be noticed by the wise men of the time, who found that calculations of the ancient rishis had fixed the period of one Kali Yuga at years only. But as the intellect of these wise men was not yet suitably developed, they could make out only the mistake itself, and not the reason for it. By way of reconciliation, they fancied that years, the real age of Kali, were not the ordinary years of our earth, but were so many daiva years years of the gods , consisting of 12 daiva months of 30 daiva days each, with each daiva day being equal to one ordinary to these men years of Kali Yuga must be equal to years of our earth.
The fourth section discusses the revelations which come to those who have traveled far to realize the three ideals of life and who are very near their destination.
T'he method I have adopted in the book is first to enunciate a proposition in Sanskrit t. In this way I have tr iecl In y best to show that there is no real discrepancy, much less any real conflict, between the teachings of the East arid the West. Written as the book is, under the inspiration of my poramgurudeua, and in a Dwa par a Age of rapid development in all departments of k.
A short discussion with mathematical calculation of the yugas or ages will explain the fact that the present age for the world is Dwapara Yuga , and that years of the Yuga have llOW A. We learn from Oriental ast ro no m y that moons revolve around their planets , and planets turning on their axes revolve with their rnoons round the sun; and the sun, with its planets ancl their moons, takes some star for its dual and revolves round it in about 24, years of our earth-a celestial phenomenon which causes the backward movement of the equinoctial points around the zodiac.
The sun also has another tion by which it revolves round a grand cen.
Brahma regulates dharma, the mental virtue of the internal world. Xl Wh en the sun in its revolution round its dual comes to the place rrear-est to this granei center, the seat of Brahrna an event wh ich takes place when the Au turnrral Equinox comes to the first point of Aries , dharrna, the me ntal virtue, becomes so m uc h d evelo ped that.
The Autumnal Equinox will be falling, at the beginning of the twentieth cent. Again, in the same manner, when t. Each of tl'lese periods of 12, years brings a complete change, both externally in the material world, and internally in the intellectual or electric world, and is called one of the Daiva Yugas or Electric Cou pie.
Thus, in a period of 24, years, the sun completes the revolution around its See drag rarn on page xii. The Aut u m. Publisher's Notl' xiu d ual and finishes one electric cycle consisting of 12, years in all ascending arc and 12, years in a rlescerid.
Developrnent of dharma, the mental virtue, is but gradual and is divided into four different stages in a period of 12, years.
Dharma, the rnental virtue, is then in its first stage and is only a quarter developed; the human intellect cannot cornprehend anything beyond the gross rnat.
Dharma, the rnental virtue, is then in the second stage of d eveloprnerit and is but half corn plete; the Irurrran intellect can then comprehend the fine matters or electricities and their attributes which are the creating principles of the external world. Dharma, the rnerital virtue, is then in the third stage; the human intellect becomes able to comprehend the divine magriet.
Its Inorning twilight has just as many hundreds, and its period of evening dusk is of the same length i. In the other three ages, with their morning and evening twilights, the thousands and the hundreds decrease by one i. That fourfold cycle comprising 12, years is called an Age of the Gods. The sum of a thousand divine ages constitutes one day of Brahma; and of the same length is its night.
In the calculation of the period of other Yugas and Yugasandhis, it is laid down that the numeral one s hotrld be deducted frorn the numbers of both thousands anel hundreds which indicate the periods of the previous Yugas and sandhis.
Frorn this rule it appears that years is the length of 'Ireta Yuga, arid years before and after are its sandhis, the periods of rnut. So years is the age of Dwapar a Yuga, with years before and after as its sandhis; a total of years. Lastly, years is the length of Kali Yuga, wi th years before and after as its sandhis: 'a total of years.
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During the years following, XVi which the sun look to pass th. During the years next following, wh ile the sun passed thr o ugh the Descending Dwa. In more years the s u n passed through the Descenciing Kali Yuga arid reached the point in its orbit which is farthest from the grand center; the..
Aut urn n al Equ in ox was on the frrst point of Libra. T'he intellectual power of man was so much d im in ishecl that it could no longer comprehend anything beyond the gross material of creation. The per io d a rou ncl A.
History indeed bears out the accuracy of these ancient calculations of the Indian rishis! From A. During the years of the Ascending Kali fuga, wh ich brings us to A. III the political world also, generally speaking, there was no peace in any kingdom. Subsequent to this period, when the year XVIl tr an sit. About A. In Kepler discovered important laws of astr-o norn y, and Galileo produced a telescope.
In Drebbelof Ho llarid invented the microscope. About Newton discoverecl the law of gravitation. In 1 T'hornas Savery macle use of a steam engine in raising water. England uriited with Scotlancl and became a powcr fu l kingdom. Napoleon Bonaparte irirrocltrced his riew legal code into southern Europe. America won its incle pen de nce, and marry parts of Europe wer e peaceful.
With the advance of science, the world began to be covered with railways and telegraphic wires. By the help of steam engines, electric machines, and many other instruments, fine matters were brought into practical use, although their nature was not clearly understood.
Such is the great irifl ue nce of "Tirn e which governs the universe. No a11 can overcorne this influence except him who, blessed with. The position of the world in the Dwapara Sandhi era at present A. The astr o norrier-s and astrologers who calculate the almanacs have been guided by wrong annotations of certain Sanskrit scholars such as Kulluka Bhatta of the dark age of Kali Yuga, and riow maintain that the length of Kali Yuga is , years, of which have in A.
A dark prospect! The mistake crept into almanacs for the first time about B. At that time Maharaja Yudhisthira, noticing the appearance of the dark Kali Yuga, made over his throne to his grandson, the said Raja Parikshit. Maharaja Yudhisthira, together with all the wise rneri of his court, retired to the Himalaya Mountains, the xu paradise of the world. Thus there was none in the court of Raja Parikshit who could understand the principle of correctly calculating the ages of the several Yugas.
Hence, after the completion of the years of the then cur r ent Dwapara Yuga, no one dared to make the introduction of the dark Kali Yuga more manifest by beginning to calculate fr-orn its fi r st year and to put an e n d to the rrurribe. According to this wrong method of calctrlation, therefore, the fir-st year of Kali Yuga was numbered along with the age of Dwa para Yuga.
With the cornrn ericerne nt of the Ascen dirig Kali Yuga, after A. Therefore the mistake in the almanacs began to be noticed by the wise men of the time, who found that the calculations of the ancient rishis had fixed the period of one Kali Yuga at years only.
But as the intellect of these wise men was not yet suitably developed, they could rnake out only the rnistake itself. Hence according to these rne n years of Kali Yuga must be equal to , years of our earth. Deducting years the length of the last Ascending Kali Yuga from years, we get to indicate the present year of the world's entrance into the Ascending Dwapara Yuga. The optic nerve carries Iight anel does not perform the functions of the auditory and other nerves; the auditory nerve in its turn carries s und only, without perfo rrnirig the functions of any other nerves, and so on.
T'lrus it is clear that there are five sorts of electricity, co rr-es po rrd irig' to the five properties of cosmic electricity. Treta Yuga will comprehend the attributes of divine magnetism the next Treta Yuga will start in A.
There are indeed exceptional personages now living who, having overcome the influence of Time, can grasp today what ordinary people can- XXlZ not grasp; but this book is not for those exalted ones, who require nothing of it.
In concludirig this introduction, we 11lay observe that the different planets, exercising their irifluence over the var'io'us days of the weck , have lent their names to their respective flays; si milar ly, the different constellations of stars, having influence over various moriths, have lent their rrarnes to the Hindu months. Each of the great Yugas has much influence over the perioel of time covered by it; hence, in designating the years it is desirable that such terms should indicate to wh ich Yuga they belong.
As the Yugas are calculated frorn the position of the equinox, the met. We therefore propose to name and number the year in which this introduction has been written as Dwapara, instead of A. This method of calculation was prevalent in India till the r-eig n of Raja Vik rarnaditya, when the Samvat era was introducecl. As tIle Yuga method of calculation rccorn mencls itself to reason, we follow it, and r-ecorn me ncl that it be followed by the public in general. Now, in this th year of Dwapara Yuga, the dark age of Kali having long since passecl, the worlei is reachirlg out for spiritual k rrowfe d g.
It is one, indivisible Being. Why God is not corn. As al1 identifies Irirnse lf wi t h his material body, composed of the aforesaid properties, he is able to comprehend by these irnper'fect organs these properties only, and not the Substance to which these properties belong. The Eter- Swarni Sri Yuk. See He-brews 1 ancl John J faith is the substance C!
Prakriti or Nature of God. T'he Alrnighry Fo rce, Sakti.
How God is comprehended. As rnari is the likeness of God, directing his attention, inward he can. See Gerresis 1 The Word, Amen Aum , is the beginning of the Creation. See Revelation 3: 14; John 1: 1,3, All things uiere made by him; and uiithout liim uias not anything made that uias made Atoms the throne of Spirit the Creator. The illustrations are wonderful and Kilham's insights into crow and raven sociality are important.
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