The Greatness of Saturn Part 2 – How Gravitational and Magnetic field effects human being

Effects of Gravitational and Magnetic field based on Vedas and Scriptures 

Although Saturn is much larger than the Earth, it’s surface gravity is only a little more than the surface gravity on Earth. This is only because of Saturn is made up of mostly gases part and is not solid like Earth.
Now the question is why Saturn has such massive gravity though it is made up of gaseous structure? What contributes to all this Saturn gravity?. The element-wise core structure of Saturn is largely comprised of hydrogen and helium, which came together at the beginning of the Solar System, gathered by their mutual mass. It’s the same composition as Jupiter and the Sun have. These primordial elements were formed at the beginning of the Universe in the Big Bang if we see modern assessment but in Hindu cosmology, Saturn celestial structure and origin has a different story.This shows that the Same power which is present on Sun is also present in rest of planets too including Saturn.It’s the same force which keeps on pulling every planet to each other which the sun has.
What is that Power? Is it a Magnetic Shield or the magnetic force of attraction which we called gravity or something else? Let’s understand first, What is mentioned in Scriptures about Gravity or force of attraction, that keep on attracting every other planet in the solar system with fixed boundaries. Science has named this force of attraction -The Gravitational force of planets. 

What is Gravitational Force of Planets

 
“Vaishesika Sutra” discusses the role of Gravity Deeply for every object present in this solar system or in celestial sphere and can help us in understanding how planets affect us either by aspect or by stronger magnetic attraction. everything is accountable in understanding that gravitational force:

 

The Same thing has been explained by Bhaskaracharya on Surya Siddhanta around 400 AD;

 

“Vaishesika Sutra”  describes that in the absence of conjunction (In an action) falling results due to Gravity.

संयोगभावे गुरुत्वात्पतनम (V.S. 5.1.7)

In the absence of conjunction (Gurutvat) (is a process , defines the action or an instance of two or more events or things occurring at the same point in time or space.)
 falling results from Gravity.
Which means something that makes progress, movement, or achieving something difficult or impossible is the process of Impediment responsible for Gurutvat.
Thus it clearly recognizes objects fall downward due to Gravity.
Sutra 5.1.8 States that due to the absence of a particular molecular motion there arises no upward or side-ward motion in any object causes to fall down.

Why does an object throw in air fall after some time? 

Then Vaishesika Sutra discusses the role of Gravity in falling of moving objects. It gives through the analogy of arrow. First, it gives mechanism of arrow projection in Sutra 5.1.17
नोदनाद्यभिषोः कर्म तत्कर्मकारिताच्च संस्कारादुत्तरं तथोत्तरमुत्तरं च 
The first action of the arrow is from impulse; the next is resultant energy produced by the first action, and similarly the next to next.

 

Then it explains why it falls in next Sutra.

 

 

संस्काराभावे गुरुत्वात्पतनम (V.S. 5.1.18)
In the absence of resultant/propulsive energy generated by the action, falling results from Gravity.
Thus from the above Sutras, we can acknowledge that Vaisheshika Sutra clearly discusses Gravity. It uses the word “Gurutwa” which is also used in present time to represent Gravity. Gurutwa in ancient understanding means force which arises due to mass.

Text from Rig Veda 10.22.14 also says that

“This earth is devoid of hands and legs, yet it moves ahead. All the objects over the earth also move with it. It moves around the sun.”

In this mantra,

Kshaa = Earth (refer Nigantu 1.1) Ahastaa = without hands Apadee = without legs Vardhat = moves ahead Shushnam Pari = Around the sun Pradakshinit = revolves and further Rig Veda 10.149.1 also says that by which force  earth and rest of planetary structure is attracted toward the sun;

 

“The sun has tied Earth and other planets through attraction and moves them around itself as if a trainer moves newly trained horses around itself holding their reins.”
In this mantra,
Savita = Sun Yantraih = through reins Prithiveem = Earth Aramnaat = Ties Dyaam Andahat = Other planets in sky as well Atoorte = Unbreakable Baddham = Holds Ashwam Iv Adhukshat = Like horses

There is clear text about GRAVITATIONAL FORCE mentioned in Rig Veda 8.12.28

“O Indra! by putting forth your mighty rays, which possess the qualities of gravitation and attraction-illumination and motion – keep up the entire universe in order through the Power of your attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.6.5 and Rig Veda 8.12.30 Says,

“O God, You have created this Sun. You possess infinite power. You are upholding the sun and other spheres and render them steadfast by your power of attraction.”

Yajur Veda 33.43 Says, 

“The sun moves in its own orbit in space taking along with itself the mortal bodies like earth through force of attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.35.9 Says, 

The sun moves in its own orbit but holding earth and other heavenly bodies in a manner that they do not collide with each other through force of attraction.”

Rig Veda 1.164.13 further says that,

“Sun moves in its orbit which itself is moving. Earth and other bodies move around the sun due to the force of attraction, because the sun is heavier than them”.
Atharva Veda 4.11.1 Says,
“The sun has held the earth and other planets”
From all Rig Vedic Sutras, we can confirm that Due to Sun pulling Force every planet is dire to attached and attracted toward him by a unique magnetic force and by the same force all these planets are affecting us with some sort of Planetary attraction in the form of Cosmic rays.
As we are born with the same elements those Sun and rest of planetary structure are made of, Having on their surface, the same magnetic force keeps pulling us and influencing our mental makeup, the state of mind and power of discretion in every day to day karmas. Thus Celestial bodies including Saturn does have a bigger role in our life.
“There are suns in all directions, the night sky being full of them.” (Rig Veda)”

“Blue Sky is Nothing but scattered sunlight (Markandeya Purana 78.8)”

Conclusion:

Now  ! We have understood it well, what is gravity and how different planets are well connected with the sun and its gravitational force and why because of that every planet keeps affecting us. Now, The next question is what makes the Saturn Aspects are So special in influencing our karmic actions ?. As in this portion, we have studied the Saturn mathematical and astronomical aspect. In the next portion, we will try to understand how our Puranic ancient stories are well connected with the planetary aspects and structure. we will try to figure out deep answers lie in the Puranic stories those are connected with the Saturn Evolution time.For understanding Saturn aspects part in a predictive way via natal chart , click below on continue:

With Regards,

Rakesh Jamwal
Source and Reference:
The Vaisesika sutras of Kanada Translated by Nandalal Sinha (Via Archive.org)

 A Study of Heliocentric Science by Swami Abhedananda 

 

Vedic Etymology- Dive Deep Into The Absolute Knowledge

Understanding Vedic Etymology

!! Om Sri Guru Charan Kamale bheyo Namah !!

Let me share with you a glimpse of the power of “Vedic Etymology” which will certainly put you in amaze.

From past many years, I had been emphasizing upon “niruktam”- the vedic etymology which helps us understand the deeper, absolute and true meanings of words. Every letter in the Devnagri varnmala (alphabetic system) has a meaning and it represents a system inside you. The vowels (swara) and consonants (vyanjan) has a meaning leading to a deeper understanding of the whole of creation and forms the connecting links between the creations that we see in this world.

Let me explain to you with the help of my own name. the word Vishal, विशाल, which means in a simple language as very big or huge or expansive.

विश in devnagri means the lotus stem which in sanskrit is written as “बिस”, and आल is आ (through, से) + आलय (abode) which means abode. So, we can join the meanings and understand that “Vishal” means “to the abode through lotus stem”, which is also explained beautifully in Lalita Sahastranam as “mahashaktih kundalini bistantutaniyasi”, verse 92. This signify the expansive form of the energy which is multi-dimensional with its expansion in each individual and the creation.

Now, let’s take another word. Same way the word विश्व is designed:

विश + अव, अव means to come down (उतरना); विश्व means which has come down from the lotus stem. This too is beautifully pictured in a puranic image where Brahma, the Lord of creation is attached at the other end of lotus stem originating from Lord Vishnu.This way you can reach more deeper into finding the lost knowledge.Note: You can also find a video from 2016 done on my fb account explaining how devanagri consonants represent the vertebral column and relate to our breath

 
Regards,
Vishal Sood

Science of Vedas and Mundane Astrological Principals: Understanding Mechanism of Clouds formations, thundering and Electrostatic charge production based on the Principals of Vedas and Vedic Metrology science

When you are studying hyper sensitive Phenomena’s of Nature and its impacts on earth environment wrt to Mundane Astrological principals, we must be keen observer in sky as well in space. Nature is something that works on vibrant mechanism. Although there is none other way to understand how nature rather than keep watching and observing its core structure via modern technologies and instruments. Nature is actually works on the principals of Vibrations, frequencies and energies formations. Electric charge is always present in nature but in neutral state rest of the positive and negative charges at sudden can outburst any time. 
If we simply try to understand what actually nature is for that purpose we need to dig deep think from both prospective i.e Spiritual as well as physical.
Cosmological structure of prakarti

lets move forward and try to look into deeper prospects via modern science terminologies :  according to wiki  “Nature, in the broadest sense, is the natural, physical, or material world or universe. “Nature” can refer to the phenomena of the physical world, and also to life in general.The word nature is derived from the Latin word natura, or “essential qualities, innate disposition”, and in ancient times, literally meant “birth”.Natura is a Latin translation of the Greek word physics (φύσις), which originally related to the intrinsic characteristics that plants, animals, and other features of the world develop of their own accord. The concept of nature as a whole, the physical universe, is one of several expansions of the original notion; it began with certain core applications of the word φύσις by pre-Socratic philosophers, and has steadily gained currency ever since. This usage continued during the advent of modern scientific method in the last several centuries.”

(Reference : Wiki , Nature)
What i believe is everything that includes or works in a perfect harmony to each other without distributing life cycle and elemental balance  of the living being and non living being is called Nature. 
Everything is considered in Nature from trees, plants, Living beings, Humans, Micro-organisms, Star, Planets, Sky, Weather and the 5 Panch tatvas and the science which deals it with is called Medini or Samhita used for studying factors of nature occurring in earth and in space.

” According to one indigenous theory established in the Upanishads, the universe consists of five basic elements³viz.,1. earth or land, 2. water, 3. light or lustre, 4. air, and 5. ether. The nature has maintained a status of balance between and among these constituents or elements and living creatures. A disturbance in percentage of any constituent of the environment beyond certain limits
disturbs the natural balance and any change in the natural balance causes lots of problems to the living creatures in the universe. Different constituents of the environment exist with set relationships with one another. The relation of human being with environment is very natural as he cannot live without it. From the very beginning of creation he wants to know about it for self protection and benefit.” 


(Reference : Orign of Environmental Science from Vedas by Sashi  Tiwari)

According to Vedic Principals, world consists of Agni i.e., fire or heat and Soma (Varun) i.e. water, 12 forms of Sun (Surya – aditya ) and is the soul of all for those are being and for those who aren’t living being. Nature controls by Indra who is most powerful god and who kills Vritra, the symbol of cloud to free waters. Vritra means one who covers and is derived from the root vri, to cover.  According to R.R.M. Roy the main force of expansion in the Vedic cosmology is Indra, and his chief adversary, the main force of contraction, is Vritra and Maruts are Indra’s associates. Vedic seers pray boldly to these natural forces and aspects for bestowing plenty and prosperity on them. devi Aditi is praised as Devamata – the mother of all natural energies and she symbolizes the Nature and forms of water is considered as essential to all forms of life.

According to Rig-veda the water (‘APAH’ ) as a part of human environment occurs in five forms:

1. Rain water (Divyah)
2. Natural spring (Sravanti)
3. Wells and canals (Khanitrimah)
4. Lakes (Svayamjah)
5. Rivers (Samudrarthah)

All the 5 elements are merged in Prakrti. According to the Bhagavad Gita, the basic nature of intelligence by which the Universe exists and functions is called prakrti. It is described in Bhagavad Gita as the “primal motive force”. It is the essential consituent of the universe and is at the basis of all the activity of the creation. In sankhya philosophyprakrti is comprised of eight elements: earth, water, fire, air, space, mind, intellect and ego. It is characterized by the three gunas: sattva, rajas and tamas. prakṛti is female while purusa is male.

According to the ancient Vedic science of ayurveda the three gunas — sattva, rajas and tamas — as the pertain to the human physiology are called doshas: kapha, pitta, vata. The balance or imbalance of these doshas defines the prakriti or nature of one’s body.

This way we can understand how vedas has presented Prakarti in scriptual form and how 5 elemental properieties are binds with nature.

For understanding nature and its impacts wrt earth one must be expert in observing Astronomical principals occurring or triggering in above our sky just to see how these alignments and relations have Direct/Indirect relations with the earth. for e.g Many people says Planetary movements have no impact on Mundane events occurring on earth- My Question to them, if it is the reality and the only reason than why during the eclipses we see high tides, Heavy Rainfall soon after Eclipses within a day or in week, why we observe Sudden weather changes in atmospheres, why Sand storms hits, why Rain storms occurs, why cyclones near coastal areas triggers during eclipses and many a time why we observe certain seismic activities soon after eclipses. Why most of the mudane events occurs after retrogression phases of slow moving planets. why fiery and watery trine conjunctions produces Cyclonic or Supernova like explosions in both ground and in space.

My question is much simple why everything after Astronomical events why not in between or before these astronomical events ?

Let me give you a simple Example how vedic seers observed Factors for Electric charge production in the Clouds during vedic periods:

Electric charge and Mechanism of Rainfall and Clouds formations based on Vedic Meteorology
Now question is What actually is natural electric charge ? In simpler language Mechanism by which the Apah (Moisture based water i.e form of water in air (Vayu)) undergo in the clouds produces Vidyut (electric charge) and according to modern Meteorologist during occurrence of very violent motions within a large cloud produces Electrical charge. When two substances are in violent motion with respect to each other, the parts are often found to be electrically charged, thus reason for producing lighting and heavy rain.
According to Vedic Meteorologists all sorts of clouds have no tendencies to produces electrical charges only the clouds formed via vapours evaporated by the radiation heating from the sun become electrically charged.Reason waters on being evaporized by radiation heating from the sun get electrically charged that’s why we called Apah.
Further far better explanation has Been clearly mentioned in Atharveda :

” Because you are sent forth (Evaporized) by the Varuna (Radiation heating from the sun) and you have condensed so well. Indra ( Electrical Charge) possess you, you are, there fore called Apah ( Charged clouds) “.

When these Apah set to move violently are called Pravatas (floating clouds). Since the electrical charge is produced in the floating clouds ( Pravatas), vedic seers named as “Pravatonapat”.

In Rig Veda further references are mentioned as:

” O the Daughter of floating clouds, the electrical charge ! let me salute you and your forms – Hetu/Agneya or Negative charge as well as Vapu/Somiya or positive Charge. We know your residence which are Apah. Hiding therein. You act as Nucleus for gathering clouds “
From all these explanation it is easy to conclude why Vedic Seers Called the electrical charge produced in the clouds formed from vapours evaporated by radiation heating from the sun as Indra. Reason is, Here Indra is acting as representative from the sun to act as charge producing agent in moving clouds to produce heavy rains. This is the only reason why lord Indra called as Rain God since from vedic era and in modern language it is the most important physical force required for the heavy rain for producing thundering at same time because of its charging ability and sometime it is act as main factor for triggering heavy earthquakes when eclipses triggers in Indra and Varuna Mandala Nakashtras.

I Hope this will helps to understand why Seers were pure in sync with nature for understanding deeper meaning of nature occurring in space and sky as well.

Reference, Sources and links
Vedic Meterology By Ravi Prakash Arya
Origni of Envrionmental Science from Vedas by Sashi  Tiwari