The Mysteries Of Aryan Civilization

Author by : A. G. Vinogradov
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Description : The book of outstanding researchers A. G. Vinogradov and S. V. Zharnikova is devoted to the study of the ancestral home of the Indo-European peoples: Indian, Iranian, Slavic, Baltic, German, Celtic, Romance, Albanian, Armenian and Greek language groups. Part six of this huge work is devoted to the mysteries of the land of the ancient Aryans. The book was written in 1989-90 but could not be published in Russia. Over the past time, additional materials have appeared that confirm the opinion of the authors.


The Mysteries Of Aryan Civilization

Author by : A G Vinogr
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Description : The Sanskrit texts that have come down to us contain many amazing puzzles related, first of all, to the ancestral home of the Aryans. Here I would like to recall again some of the characteristic features of this ancestral home, preserved by Mahabharata.


Mysteries Aryan Civilization

Author by : A. G. Vinogradov
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Description : The book of the outstanding researchers A.G.Vinogradov and S.V.Zharnikova "Proto-homeland of the Indo-Europeans" is devoted to research of an ancestral home Indo-European peoples: Indian, Iranian, Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, Celtic, Roman, Albanian, Armenian and Greek language groups. The sixth part of this huge work is devoted to the mysteries of the ancient Aryans country. The book was written in 1989-90g. but in Russia could not be posted. Since that time, there were additional materials, confirming the view of the authors.


Mysteries Aryan Civilization

Author by : S. Zharnikova
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Description : The book of the outstanding researchers A.G.Vinogradov and S.V.Zharnikova "Proto-homeland of the Indo-Europeans" is devoted to research of an ancestral home Indo-European peoples: Indian, Iranian, Slavic, Baltic, Germanic, Celtic, Roman, Albanian, Armenian and Greek language groups. The sixth part of this huge work is devoted to the mysteries of the ancient Aryans country. The book was written in 1989-90g. but in Russia could not be posted. Since that time, there were additional materials, confirming the view of the authors.


Aryan Civilization And Mysteries

Author by : John Yarker
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Description : This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marks, notations, marginalia and flawed pages. Because we believe this work is culturally important, we have made it available as part of our commitment for protecting, preserving, and promoting the world's literature in affordable, high quality, modern editions that are true to the original work.


The Quest For The Origins Of Vedic Culture

Author by : Edwin Bryant
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Publisher by : Oxford University Press
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Description : This work studies how Indian scholars have rejected the idea of an external origin of the Indo-Aryans, by questioning the logic, assumptions and methods upon which the theory is based.


An Aryan Journey

Author by : Harsh Mahaan Cairae
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Description : The origin of the Indo-Aryans and their advent in India is shrouded in mystery to this day. An Aryan Journeyis an attempt to bring out the early history of this ethno-linguistic group, using the literature they left behind as their legacy. This meticulously researched book culls evidence from ancient texts to prove that the Indo-Aryans came to India in trade ships and were helped by the people of Indus Valley to settle with them. Using sources such as the Veds and the Avestha, as well as Zoroastrian scriptures and the Shahnama of Firdausi, the author reveals that the Indo-Aryans and the founders of Zoroastrianism belonged to the same ethnic stock. Along with the origins of the Aryan race, he also dwells on the causes of the end of the Indus Valley Civilization. Informative and illuminating, An Aryan Journeyis a must-read for those interested in knowing more about the Aryan civilization.


Ithihaasa

Author by : Bhaktivejanyana Swami
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Description : Dr. Singh: '[Science] says that the different species were not created simultaneously, but evolved gradually. ...I came across a statement in the Bhagavad-Gita to the effect that all 8,400,000 species of living entities are created simultaneously. Is that correct?' Srila Prabhupada: 'Yes. Living beings move from one bodily form to another. The forms already exist. The living entity simply transfers himself just as a man transfers himself from one apartment to another. One apartment is first-class, another is second class, and another is third-class. Suppose a person comes from a lower class apartment to a first-class apartment, the person is the same, but now, according to his capacity for payment, or karma, he is able to occupy a higher-class apartment. Real evolution does not mean physical development, but the development of Consciousness. Do you follow? ...The apartment already exists, however it is not the lower-class apartment that becomes the higher class apartment. That is Darwin's nonsensical theory. He would say that the apartment has become high-class. Modern scientists think that life has come from matter. They say that millions and millions of years ago there was simply matter, but no life. We do not accept that. Of the two energies - life and matter - life, or spirit is the original superior energy and matter is the resultant inferior energy. Spirit is independent and matter is dependent...'. Dr. Singh: 'All that you have been saying completely contradicts Darwin's theory of evolution'. Srila Prabhupada: 'Darwin and his followers are rascals. If, originally, there were no higher species, why do they exist now? Also, why do the lower species still exist? For example, at the present moment, we see both the intellectual person and the foolish ass. Why do both these entities exist simultaneously? Why hasn't the ass form evolved upwards and disappeared? Why do we never see a monkey giving birth to a human? In Bhagavad-Gita ... the word yantra, or 'machine', means that in any species of life, we are traveling in bodies that are like machines provided by material nature'.


The Aryan Debate

Author by : Thomas R. Trautmann
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Description : This book, the seventh in the Debates series, brings together a selection of significant essays on the extremely topical Aryan debate. The central question behind this selection is, did the Sanskrit-speaking Aryans enter India from the Northwest in 1500 BC, or were they indigenous to India and identical with the people who inhabited the Indus Valley between 2800 - 1500.


Aryan Idols

Author by : Stefan Arvidsson
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Publisher by : University of Chicago Press
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Description : Critically examining the discourse of Indo-European scholarship over the past two hundred years, Aryan Idols demonstrates how the interconnected concepts of “Indo-European” and “Aryan” as ethnic categories have been shaped by, and used for, various ideologies. Stefan Arvidsson traces the evolution of the Aryan idea through the nineteenth century—from its roots in Bible-based classifications and William Jones’s discovery of commonalities among Sanskrit, Latin, and Greek to its use by scholars in fields such as archaeology, anthropology, folklore, comparative religion, and history. Along the way, Arvidsson maps out the changing ways in which Aryans were imagined and relates such shifts to social, historical, and political processes. Considering the developments of the twentieth century, Arvidsson focuses on the adoption of Indo-European scholarship (or pseudoscholarship) by the Nazis and by Fascist Catholics. A wide-ranging discussion of the intellectual history of the past two centuries, Aryan Idols links the pervasive idea of the Indo-European people to major scientific, philosophical, and political developments of the times, while raising important questions about the nature of scholarship as well.


Reading The Indus Sarasvati Script Boiraag Publication

Author by : Rajat K Pal
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Description : Do you know that 4500-year-old Indus script signs were in use much after the Harappan era, when Indus civilization is believed to have been ended ?Are you aware of the use of Royal monograms of Indus in Maurya, Kushan and Gupta Era and also outside India e.g. Greece? In this book writer used a different technique to decipher Indus script via phonetic values of basic Indus signs, vowel diacritics ,letters used to mention quantity (number, volume and weight) etc. He has gone through the pottery inscriptions first and tablets thereafter and then discussed about the names and other words found in Indus seals and inscribed on other items. Out of 4000 inscriptions found so far , of which 2000 are still readable, Rajat was able to read 1,296 Sarasvati Scripts, it took 15 years . Now all his methods and the journey to decipher the Script has been put into this book. Boiraag Publication


Vedic Aryans Educational System And Their Literature

Author by : Kusum Babu
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Description : The purpose of this monogram is not to write the history of India and its civilizations. The sole aim of this write up is to introduce the reader to ancient India, Vedic civilization and its contribution to world. Out of all civilizations, this one is most neglected. This civilization and its contribution are grossly ignored by contemporary history books.India should have occupied a significant space in world history. Instead it finds its name in foot notes of world history. In fact, India has been cradle of human civilization and founder of scientific ideas.Philosophy of India rose as an enquiry in to mystery of Life and Existence.As an off shoot, this monogram clears the notion of Aryan invasion of India in 1500BC, a myth created by west to legitimize their rule of India as well to down grade the indigenous advanced civilization.


Politicizing The Past

Author by : Abhijith Ravinutala
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Description : Schools across the world strive to instill national pride in students by presenting a shared history of the nation's development - a common past. Yet, in the case of India, there is no consensus on the common past, leaving students without a clear understanding of Indian history. From 1998-2007, Indian schools employed three different sets of history textbooks, each with radically different ideas on ancient Indian history concerning Indo-Aryans (peoples considered to be the founders of the Hindu faith). This paper endeavors to show that these textbook changes were clearly politicized; different political parties promoted conflicting ideas on Indo-Aryans due to incompatible religious beliefs. To provide context, there is also a discussion of the different historical issues regarding Indo-Aryans, such as the mystery of their origins and their relation to the Indus Valley Civilization. Additionally, this paper attempts to explain how the textbook changes were uniquely important to Indian national identity. To accomplish these ends, I use direct quotes from all three sets of textbooks, as well as newspaper articles from The Times of India. An analysis of the textbook quotes shows that the ruling political party could dictate its own views on the culture, identity, and society of Indo- Aryan peoples. Furthermore, an analysis of newspaper articles reveals the public's reaction to textbook changes, showing that India is uniquely prone to such changes because its history is so ancient and ambiguous. Indians do not have the knowledge or clarity about the ancient past to pass down stories to future generations. As a result, students learn about their ancestry and identity through the material provided in textbooks, but that material is at the whim of political parties. This project reveals how political parties tamper with history to achieve their own ends, and the effect it has on the public's conceptions of history and national identity.


The Arcane Schools

Author by : John Yarker
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Publisher by : Cosimo, Inc.
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Description : This hardbound edition of Yarker's classic opus is not merely another facsimile edition. It has been completely reformatted, yet retains a look and feel that is comparable to the original 1909 edition, right down to the blue cloth binding and gold stamped spine. From Alchemy to Zoroaster, and everything in between, The Arcane Schools continues to be one of the most comprehensive and authoritative works concerning the history and migration of the Western Mystery Tradition. Students of Freemasonry, Rosicrucianism, and Theosophy will find this to be an indispensable addition to their collection.


From The Mysteries

Author by : Hermann Beckh
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Publisher by : Temple Lodge Publishing
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Description : In the early part of the last century, Professor Hermann Beckh began a search to discover the truth about the Mystery wisdom of antiquity. As a recognized authority on Buddhist texts, he knew that complete knowledge of such Mysteries was not to be found within the limitations of waking consciousness, sense perception and logic. Beckh was already aware that Gautama Buddha had indicated the stages of higher knowledge. Furthermore, his studies of Rudolf Steiner’s anthroposophical teachings revealed that such knowledge could be experienced directly, given disciplined meditation. Clairvoyant cognition included the conscious penetration of sleep consciousness, the dream state and an experience of pre-natal consciousness. Both the Mysteries and Rudolf Steiner’s major books, he concluded, were founded on the same perceptions. Beckh – a worldwide expert on Tibetan, Sanskrit, Pali and Avestan texts – quickly became disenchanted with Madame Blavatsky’s Theosophy, as it displayed little precise academic knowledge of primary records. At the same time, university departments showed scant trace of understanding the texts they analysed through philology and sociology. Thus, based on comprehensive studies and personal experience, he resolved to present his own perceptions and vision to the public. The results are to be found in this invaluable book, bringing together for the first time in English three groundbreaking publications: Our Origin in the Light (Genesis 1-9) (1924); Zarathustra (1927) and From the World of the Mysteries (1927), as well as five of Beckh’s articles from contemporary periodicals.


The Snow Cone Diaries

Author by : Juan Valdez
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Description : The content in this work is fiction, fiction in the sense that the main character through which the eyes of this metaphysical and philosophical journey is viewed, Charlie, is not a real character, nor are his counterparts and foils through which he explores various topics such as love, the meaning of existence or the origins of the cosmos and how our understanding of these abstract ideas have evolved since the dawn of civilization. But like any work of fiction, the characters do have some basis in real experience, from which of course nothing can be created. The intent of the work is to explore the foundations and evolution of knowledge and the boundaries between reason and faith, boundaries which from the author’s perspective are not quite as clear as some might have us believe. And the point of going through the exercise, the purpose as it were, is not only for the author to come to a better understanding of how all our modern branches of science hang together, how they have come to be given their socio-political and historical context, but also for others to share in his journey and perhaps learn something along the way. Since the birth of language and thought even, going back thousands of years and even prior to the dawn of civilization itself, mankind has attempted to answer two fundamental questions, questions that have spurred countless creative forces and branches of thought over the centuries; namely who we are and from whence we came. The answers to these questions, no matter what race, religion or creed the seeker might be, or what philosophy or religion they might adhere to, are inextricably linked to each other. This journey of trying to understand our place in the world, and the origins of the universe itself, is an ageless quest that in many respects distinguishes mankind from the rest of the creatures on the planet. Furthermore, this very same quest to answer the same questions fuels not only scientific development but also is the basis for theology and religion, both approaching the same set of questions with a different set of tools and with a different mindset but both trying to answer the same set of basic questions as to who we are and how we got here. From the author’s perspective, in order to answer these questions effectively in the Information Age, we should have at least some understanding of the history of our answers to these questions as they have evolved over time. For we all build our collective knowledge on those that have come before us, whether we recognize this or not. And in turn, that in building this bridge, a common metaphor used throughout the work, we must leverage the tool of metaphysics, a term originally coined by Aristotle but in the context of this work implies a level of abstraction that sits above physics as we understand it in today’s world but also provides a conceptual underpinning to all of the branches of knowledge that collectively make up our “understanding” of the world and out place in it. In doing so, it is the author’s hope that we can not only come to a more complete and fuller understanding of the answers to these basic human questions that have plagued mankind since time immemorial, but also at the same time perhaps develop a deeper understanding of the problems of life in the Information Age and how we might best approach them, or cope with them, in way that not only benefits ourselves as individuals but to society as a whole, to which our individual well-being depends upon whether or not we recognize it or not.


The Aryan Christ

Author by : Richard Noll
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Description : Explores the impact of the occultism, neopaganism, and racism of nineteenth-century German culture on Jung's work, discussing his public and private lives, his ideas, and the lasting implications of his work


The Lost Lemuria The Story Of Atlantis Illustrated Edition

Author by : William Scott-Elliot
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Description : This eBook edition of "The Lost Lemuria & The Story of Atlantis (Illustrated Edition)" has been formatted to the highest digital standards and adjusted for readability on all devices. Extract: "The memory of Nature is in reality a stupendous unity, just as in another way all mankind is found to constitute a spiritual unity if we ascend to a sufficiently elevated plane of Nature in search of the wonderful convergence where unity is reached without the loss of individuality. For ordinary humanity, however, at the early stage of its evolution represented at present by the majority, the interior spiritual capacities ranging beyond those which the brain is an instrument for expressing, are as yet too imperfectly developed to enable them to get touch with any other records in the vast archives of Nature's memory, except those with which they have individually been in contact at their creation. The blindfold interior effort they are competent to make, will not, as a rule, call up any others. But in a flickering fashion we have experience in ordinary life of efforts that are a little more effectual." William Scott-Elliot (1849-1919) was a theosophist and anthropologist.


Social And Cultural Ethos Of India

Author by : K.K. Sinha
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The Equinox Vol 1 No 10

Author by : Aleister Crowley
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Hitler S Priestess

Author by : Nicholas Goodrick-Clarke
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Description : Each year, thousands of Chinese children, primarily abandoned infant girls, are adopted by Americans. Yet we know very little about the local and transnational processes that characterize this new migration. Transnational Adoption is a unique ethnographic study of China/U.S. adoption, the largest contemporary intercountry adoption program. Sara K. Dorow begins by situating the popularity of the China/U.S. adoption process within a broader history of immigration and adoption. She then follows the path of the adoption process: the institutions and bureaucracies in both China and the United States that prepare children and parents for each other; the stories and practices that legitimate them coming together as transnational families; the strains placed upon our common notions of what motherhood means; and ways in which parents then construct the cultural and racial identities of adopted children. Based on rich ethnographic evidence, including interviews with and observation of people on both sides of the Pacific—from orphanages, government officials, and adoption agencies to advocacy groups and adoptive families themselves—this is a fascinating look at the latest chapter in Chinese-American migration.


The Mysteries Of The Heart Doctrine

Author by : Katherine Augusta Westcott Tingley
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History Of Civilization

Author by : Emory Adams Allen
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The Divine Mystery

Author by : Santosh Kiro
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Description : A mysterious phenomenon strikes a forested hamlet inhabited by tribal people. A scientific organisation in Mumbai thinks that studying the phenomenon may open up floodgates of knowledge to some new source of energy. It commissions Veer, a brilliant but agnostic young scinetist, who since childhood has been getting unfathomable weird dreams of a village, to collect samples. When Veer prepares to go back after collecting samples, another mysterious incident takes place, this time with himself. Awed but thrilled, he postpones his return journey and upon initial probing, finds that Lord Hanuman once roamed about in this hamlet. Veer sets out on a long journey to unearth his mysterious childhood dreams which, he now is sure, were actually linked with this village. As he delves in more, he comes across thrilling facts and myths on Hanuman, Lord Shiva, Linga and Yoni, all intricately linked with the tribal inhabitants here, and many of his childhood dreams start making sens. But what he finally discovers is a world beyond common beliefs


Researches Into The History And Civilization Of The Kir Tas

Author by : G. P. Singh
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Publisher by : Gyan Publishing House
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Description : The kiratas janapadas, kingdoms, principalities, urban culture, subjugation by the contemporary rulers, dynastic rule in northern India and Nepal, based on a large number of rare sources have received extensive and deep attention in a subtle and penetrating way. The author has brought to light several valuable facets relating. The work is based on interdisciplinary research. The author has critically examined the relevance of historical, anthropological and linguistic data. The work is of immense academic value not only for historians but also for anthropologists and linguists.


Aliens Of Ural Arctic Divinity

Author by : Pandit Om Khanduri
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Publisher by : Notion Press
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Description : The book is historical answer to often repeated spiritual question, “Who we are - where have we come from?” In a way history of history attempting renovation of world history by rediscovering and reconstructing Aryan, as a corollary rewriting setting right Indian history that was deliberately deformed, malafidely writhed and prejudicedly wrung by imperialists exploiting compulsions of Indian slavery. Therefore, the book also is historical challenge to such distorted and contorted history still being taught, aped, written and read. It traces the common origin of mankind in the proximity of divinity establishing ancestral unity and common heritage of human race including evolution of civilisation and Knowledge in the presence of supernals called Aliens by Western world and America. The book in Part -2 & 3 uniquely presents challenging metamorphic solution for all ills and ailments of India and Indian polity once and for all and simultaneously a transformational philosophy for world governance. In one sentence, ‘the truth is stranger than fiction’ is what the whole world knows and this book is only that TRUTH.


The Indo Aryan Controversy

Author by : Edwin Francis Bryant
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Publisher by : Psychology Press
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Description : The articles in this survey of the Indo-Aryan controversy address questions such as: are the Indo-Aryans insiders or outsiders?