Explaining the Myths, Prophecies and Ancient Spiritual Theories
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Before you read this article, please note that, from 1996, I (Pari, the author of this article) had begun to see numerous visions. I was trying to understand what was happening to me. As I was trying to understand this, I began writing all the articles which can be found in this website. Each article is a continuation of the earlier one. So what I had explained in earlier articles were not explained in subsequent articles. This had also allowed me to keep developing what I have to explain. After I had written numerous articles, people were asking me as to which articles they had to read in order to understand something or the other. Thus, in 2015, I began to write books. All the knowledge which a person needs, so as to understand the contents of a book, are given in the book. Thus, a person could understand the contents of a book without having to revert to other articles or books. However, a better understanding could be had through reading the other books. I had also begun writing my first book “Holographic Universe : An Introduction” because I began to have a good understanding on the structure of the Holographic Universe through experiences, guidance from God, research, etc. It should be remembered that my articles were written while I was trying to understand what was happening to me. So, the emphasis in the articles may have been on my own roles (due to the afterlife of my past births). In my books, I concentrate on just explaining knowledge and not really on giving an explanation on my own role. It should be noted that since there are so many articles, I find it very difficult to update the articles. So there may be information in them which has not been updated. I try my best to keep my eBooks updated. Anyway, to have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my earlier articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at my List of Articles.. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding. It should be noted that all my articles were written based on time being cyclic. Click here to understand the basics of the Cycle of Time.
Explaining the Myths, Prophecies and Ancient Spiritual Theories
A myth is a traditional, ancient story which also includes history. A prophecy is a foretelling of the future by someone who is considered as a prophet, during the time when the prophecy is foretold.The discussion can be found after the following, which gives an outline of the discussions etc :
Part 1 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Stars, Hopi Prophecy, Red Star, Purifier
Part 2 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Hopi Prophecy, Maat, Truth, World Drama
Part 3 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Brahman, Maat, Taoism, Confucianism
Part 4 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Maat, Justice, Judgement Day, Law of Karma
Part 5 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Maat, World Drama, Truth
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Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories Sat, Feb 5 2011 07:36pm MHT 1 Pari
Title: Part 1 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and ancient spiritual theories - Stars, Hopi Prophecy, Red Star, Purifier
Contents: The stars in the ancient stories and spiritual knowledge represents the human souls of the Confluence Age. During the Confluence Age, the soul, in the soul-conscious stage, will shine very brilliantly because it is absorbing and reflecting God's powerful vibration. Thus, the souls, as stars, can only exist during the Confluence Age because at no other time in the cycle can human souls reflect the light of God into the world. If the light of God was reflected into the world, the ordinary world will transform into the divine world. Thus, the light of God can only be reflected into the world at the end of the cycle.
Even the souls in the Golden and Silver Ages do not shine as brilliantly as the Confluence Aged souls because the deities are not absorbing and reflecting God's light as the Confluence Aged souls are.
The Soul World is filled with red light. This is why in a Hopi prophecy, a red star has been used to represent God in the Soul World. In the Hopi prophecy, the Purifier is associated to the red star. It is only God who is the Purifier and He resides in the Soul World which is filled with red light. God is a Point of White Light but it is only God who acts as the Purifier at the end of the cycle. All souls have to be purified at the end of the cycle so that they can be taken back. The Christians refer to this as the Judgement day because during the purification process, souls experience pain for all the sins they had done during all their births on earth.
Purification also takes place during the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle, so that the old corporeal world transforms into a new divine corporeal world. During this purification process, the Confluence Aged souls are absorbing and reflecting God's rays into the world. When God's Light is absorbed into the human soul, the human soul gets purified. Then, since God's Light is within the human soul, it gets vibrated off into the subtle atmosphere. Thus, the Confluence Aged souls will shine so brilliantly like stars.
If one looks at all the legendary stories, one will notice that they have associated the Confluence aged souls, God and the Soul World to stars and other things in the sky. The ancient people have done this because they gave a lot of emphasis to astronomy and astrology. The ancient people gave importance to astrology and astronomy because they were creating something for the future. They wanted to let people know as to when they will get back their divine world. The souls within them yearned to live in the divine world again. Thus, they gave a lot of importance to the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle, and they associated the Confluence Aged souls and events to things which they were familiar with.
In the legendary stories, they also used names and places which are familiar to them or which had existed in the Copper Age. They had also made the Confluence Aged events their own, through their stories being based on their own culture too.
The Hopi prophecy may have used the blue star to indicate a destructive event which might be taking place in the corporeal world when God comes into the corporeal world to begin the purification process, during the Confluence Age. The Hopi prophecy indicates how purification will be taking place when destructive events will be taking place at the end of the cycle. The Red Indians also talk about walking into Heaven and being saved if one leads a natural and simple life. The Red Indians say, “those who return to the ways given to us in the original teachings, and live a natural way of life will not be touched by the coming of the Purifier. They will survive and build the new world. Only in the ancient teachings will the ability to understand the messages be found”. The view of the Brahma Kumaris is that the 'original teachings' or 'ancient teachings' is the teaching that had been taught during the Confluence Age, at the end of the previous cycle. Since it is the end of the cycle now, God is teaching the Brahma Kumaris that same knowledge now. Through intensely practising this knowledge now, we can attain the ability to leave the corporeal body while having yoga with God (when it is time to leave the corporeal body at the end of this life. Through this, we will not experience any punishment for the sins which we had committed.
It is also through this Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge that we will be able to walk into the divine world or take our next births in the new divine world. We can only understand the messages left behind by the ancient people through understanding BK knowledge.
At the end of the cycle, the Purifier gets His presence felt and His work done through His instruments. The instruments are not just BKs, they are also all those non-BKs who are being used by God. However, we can put the Purifier on the world stage through the knowledge which we give and our soul-conscious stage. It is my view that when people experience the Purifier's presence on earth, through our soul-conscious stage, this prophecy of the Hopis will be seen to be taking place. It will also be the time when the worst destructive events will be taking place.
Sat, Feb 5 2011 07:44pm MHT 2 Pari
Title: Part 2 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Hopi Prophecy, Maat, Truth, World Drama
Contents: Actually, the stories and spiritual theories created by those who had just walked out of the divine world, at the end of the Silver Age, were very accurate because those people were still enjoying a high spiritual energy level. This is why the Hopi's prophecy relating to the red star obviously relates to the Purifier's role at the end of the cycle. But this prophecy was not the only one that was passed down by the ancient people. There were many puzzles, stories and spiritual theories too that had got passed down, so that they can be explained by the Confluence Aged souls at the end of the cycle. However, many of those stories and spiritual teachings have got altered with time. If one studied the differences in the ancient stories and spiritual theories as they changed with time, one would be able to note that changes had taken place over time. For example, the earliest Egyptian records indicate that Maat was not worshipped previously. Existing evidences show that Maat was only worshipped as a goddess, from a later time. When worship to Maat began, Maat was portrayed as the "daughter of Ra". When worship to her began, Maat was also given a complete mythos as to her origins, her lineage, and her relationships with the other gods and goddesses. Originally, Maat was not a goddess, she was just a very important concept. Even though she was later turned into a goddess, she still remained the personification of the concept that originally existed. Thus, Maat still represented nature and society. Maat continued to represent order and harmony in the world. The concept of Maat includes all aspects of existence, including the basic equilibrium of the universe, astronomical movements, the cycle of the seasons, religious practices, and social interactions based on truth. Among other things, Maat represented the Truth and also that which the Brahma Kumaris refer to as the World Drama which repeats in a cyclic manner. Maat represented Truth because Truth represented the original state of the people and the world which had existed in the divine world. The people who had just walked out of the divine world, wanted to continue living as they had lived during the first half of the cycle. But since the World Drama was cyclic in nature and almost everything happens in a cyclic manner in the World Drama, the cyclic pattern was also associated to Maat. As per the World Drama, night follows day and that keeps repeating. As per the World Drama, the planets revolve around the sun and, as per the World Drama, they are bound by forces which makes them do that. As per the World Drama, there is the corporeal and subtle worlds existing as parallel universes. As per the World Drama, souls come from the Soul World to play their roles in this corporeal world. As per the World Drama, all souls go back to the Soul World at the end of the cycle. As per the World Drama, the deities live in Satyug where only Truth exists. As per the World Drama, at the end of the cycle, mortals get transformed into gods during the Confluence Age. Then, the Land of Truth exists in the Golden Age. The vices do not exist in the Golden Age. So the people are constantly behaving in a virtuous manner. The spiritual energy of the deity souls in Satyug is divine and so it is also Truth. The World Drama continues in a very orderly manner beginning with the Golden Age. Then there is the Silver Age which is followed by the Copper Age. Finally, there is the Iron Age. Overlapping the end of the Iron Age and the beginning of the Golden Age is the Confluence Age. No matter what we do, we cannot change this order. The ancient people, at the beginning of the Copper Age, had tried to change the order and they realised that they will never be able to change the order in the cycle because as per the World Drama, it has to run in that sequence. So, they began to realise that it is only at the end, of the cycle, that the old world will get transformed into the new divine world. Even God is bound by the World Drama and so He will not come into the corporeal world until the end of the cycle. The deity souls gave importance to God's role during the Confluence Age because it is through using God that the new divine world got re-created for them. Thus, Maat began to be closely associated to God and His Confluence Aged role. Since Maat was associated to 'God taking actions in the corporeal world through the Confluence Aged instruments in the corporeal world', Maat was shown as replacing Chaos with Truth and harmony, in the corporeal world. It is God who replaces chaos with Truth and harmony in the corporeal world, at the end of the cycle. God does it through his Confluence Aged instruments. Thus, as a goddess, Maat was given a role like as if she was also an instrument used during the Confluence Age which was how all the other gods and goddesses were portrayed in the ancient stories. It was because the World Drama keeps repeating identically, with God using the Confluence Age to bring in the next cycle, that Maat was considered as a 'power' which bound both, gods and men. The ancient people who had just walked out of the divine world had developed the concept of Maat based on the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge which was emerging to influence them at the end of the Silver Age. The Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge explains the World Cycle, the World Drama and the World Tree, among other things. These emerged to influence the concept of Maat. The concept of Maat was also developed based on what happens in the Confluence Age. The Confluence Age relates to how Truth is re-established on earth. So Maat included Truth. Those ancient people visualised that Maat continued to exist in the World Drama, even after the end of the Silver Age, because what we visualise will be turned into a reality and they wanted the Land of Truth to exist again. When we continue to visualise something, it will turn into a reality one day. Through visualising that Maat continued to exist, those ancient people wanted to see the Age of Truth in existence. It is the Golden Age which is the Age of Truth. But the people in the Silver Age do not perform any actions through the influence of the vices and so they do not perform any sinful actions. They are still spiritually powerful enough. So their spiritual energies are still in their divine state even though, it has gone weaker. Thus, they remain as deities and their world is still referred to as the world of Truth. Then when the first sinful act is performed, at the end of the Silver Age, based on the influence of the vices, they lose their divine world and the World of Truth does not exist anymore. When the vices influence an act to be performed, a sinful act is performed. When those who had walked out of the divine world realised that they could not re-create their divine world at that time itself, they also understand that they had to try their best to live a life that was as virtuous as possible so as to continue living a life based on Maat.
Sat, Feb 5 2011 07:51pm MHT 3 Pari
Title: Part 3 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Brahman, Maat, Taoism, Confucianism
Contents: There are people who say that the underlying concepts of Taoism and Confucianism resemble Maat at times. Taoism, Confucianism and Buddhism were religious teachings that had developed later. They have no God and they use ethical and moral principles designed to improve the believer's relationship with the universe. Originally, the people who walked out of the divine world at the end of the Silver Age, did believe in God and they had started bhakti or worship to God. They had also developed meditation techniques through which they connected their energies to the energies of the whole world in the World Drama. Originally, this meditation was to help them to get back the divine world which they had just lost. They were trying to do what was done during the previous Confluence Age, through which the divine world was created. However, when they realised that they will not be able to re-create the divine world at that time itself since it was the Copper Age, they used the meditation for sustenance of the world. With time, some religious groups began to place more importance to the meditation aspects instead of giving importance to worshiping God. Anyway, I do not know much about Taoism and Confucianism, but I can see similarities between the Egyptian concept Maat and the Hindu concept 'Brahman'. Like Maat, Brahman gives emphasis to a unity among all the energy forces in the World Drama. However, there are also differences between 'Brahman' and 'Maat'. Brahman gave a lot of emphasis to God's consciousness and to the human souls' consciousness. It was through the unity called Brahman that God's vibrations was able to influence the human souls and the whole corporeal world so as to transform them into the divine state, during the Confluence Age, at the end of the cycle. Maat also relates to this transformation process and so Maat is said to have replaced Isfet. Isfet means disorder or chaos. Both Maat and Brahman relates to the Truth replacing Chaos and disorder. However, Maat also gave emphasis to the cyclic patterns in the World Drama and to everything else that is part and parcel of the World Drama. Thus, through the concept of Maat emphasis was also given to justice, order, harmony and so on. These aspects of Maat are dealt with in the other articles/videos of this series. In this article/video, I will just be making a comparison between Maat and Brahman. Both Maat and Brahman were considered as very important concepts. The ancient Egyptians and Hindus tried their best to continue behaving in a virtuous manner that was similar to the behaviour of those who lived in the Land of Truth, during the Golden Age. They also wanted to see the existence and continuation of the Land of Truth. So, Brahman continued to remain a fundamental concept in Bharath, while Maat remained as the most fundamental Egyptian concept. Maat also became the most important Egyptian goddess when worship began to her. Just as the views relating to Maat changed and the concept changed into a goddess; even where Brahman was concerned the views had changed and God was made to look like the concept called Brahman. The ancient people at the beginning of the Copper Age knew that God was a point of light based on what they could see during their subtle traveling into the time of the previous Confluence Age. But since they saw visions of God as an enlarged point of light, they represented God through using the sun. They had different views from what later Hindus developed. It was only later that greater importance was given to Brahman and Maat, instead of God or in place of God. With time, it began to be viewed that if you understood what Maat meant, you understood the universe. This is similar to the later developments in Hinduism where Brahman was seen as God and so God began to be seen as everything in the universe. I can understand why the views changed. From the beginning of the Copper Age, people do not experience God's Company even though they will receive His help and get visions from Him. I have discussed this further in other articles/videos. So,often, it is the might of the World Drama which people experience because God plays His role as per the World Drama. From my own experiences, I know that the World Drama is a very powerful force. It can seem so God-like but it is not living energy even though living consciousness is also bound by and is within that World Drama. If you decide to change your mind and do something else, the World Drama changes and if your stage is very good at that time, you will feel the might of the World Drama as your future changes when you take decisions. I had a few experiences of that and I began to understand why ancient men portrayed the World Drama like as if it was God. I received BK knowledge in 1994 and I began to have wonderful spiritual experiences. But in 1996, I began to experience something different,when, a few times, I experienced God's might when He was telling me something to the effect that He would like to use me as an instrument. God's might is the might of living consciousness. There is a living aspect to God's might. Whereas the might of the World Drama is not from a Living Consciousness. There was nothing 'living' about it. It is very difficult to explain the difference through words, one has to experience it. When one experiences the World Drama through a high stage, one would understand that the World Drama binds everything. It is like a powerful force. The Law of Karma is also part of that force. There is no way that this force can get destroyed even if destructive events take place within the World Drama. The World Drama just accommodates the destructive events and continues. This is why even the ancient Egyptians said that Maat bound all things together in an indestructible unity. But with time, Maat began to include more than the World Drama because it developed to include a variety of views. This is similar to how there were changes during the developments in almost all the religious teachings. There are evidences that the ancient people who had just walked out of the divine world, were acting in a united manner. Though there were differences in the spiritual theories and stories because of creativity, those ancient people accepted certain concepts like God, soul, World Drama, World Cycle or Cycle of Time and so on. With time, as people were identifying themselves to just the kingdom which they belonged to, more differences emerged. As Man lost touch with the development in other kingdoms', greater variety and differences emerged. But at the end of the cycle, there will be unity and acceptance again in respect of certain spiritual concepts. For example, the concept of the soul and God will be accepted.
Sat, Feb 5 2011 08:00pm MHT 4 Pari
Title: Part 4 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Maat, Justice, Judgement Day, Law of Karma
Contents: Maat was an ancient Egyptian concept referring to order, balance, law, justice and Truth. Later, Maat was turned into a goddess who regulates the stars, seasons, and the actions of both mortals and the deities. To understand how Maat is connected to the actions of mortals and deities, one must first know that Maat, basically, represents the World Drama and the Truth. As per the World Drama, souls have to come into the corporeal world from the Soul World because the corporeal world exists for the enjoyment of human souls. The World Drama provides for the enjoyment of human souls who have just come into the corporeal world from the Soul World. Thus, the World Drama provides the stage for the actions of deities in Satyug. However, since souls begin to lose spiritual strength upon coming into the corporeal world, the spiritual strength of the whole world deteriorates and goes into the sato, rajo and finally the tamo state. The spiritual strength of the human souls weaken after coming into the corporeal world because it has to be like that as per the World Drama. Our spiritual energy gets weaker as per the World Drama because our vibrations support nature. As per the World Drama, our spiritual energies have to support the corporeal world. Then, as per the World Drama, at the end of the cycle, the divine world is re-created. As per the World Drama, as human beings get up-lifted, the whole world gets up-lifted. As per the World Drama, the World Cycle of 5000 years keeps repeating too. In this way, the actions of man are controlled through what is happening in the World Drama. The World Drama cannot be judged as to whether it is "ethical or moral” and as to whether it is right or wrong. It simply is. And so Maat simply is. Maat's most important role was as the personification of order and balance in the universe. This role is part and parcel of the cyclic World Drama. There are 2 aspects relating to 'order and balance'. The first is that there will be order and balance during the first half of the World Drama, in the heavenly world. The second aspect is that the World Drama continues in a orderly cyclic manner. There is Truth in the first half of the cycle and there will have to be disorder during the second half of the cycle. But this does not mean that we have to give importance to the chaos and allow the vices to take control over us. We have to try our best to continue living a virtuous life, like how people during the first half of the World Drama lived. During the second half of the World Drama, in the chaotic world, our actions will be balanced out through the Law of Karma. If we did good, we get good in return. If we did something bad, something bad happens to us. The ancient Egyptians knew that everything in the universe, worked on a pattern and they began to reflect this through the concept of Maat. They also portrayed Maat as having more than one role, like how the other gods were also shown to have more than one role. Maat's next most significant role may be the role which she plays during the judgment of those passing into the Underworld after death. Maat was associated to justice after death because the World Drama includes the Law of Karma and Judgement Day. As per the World Drama, God purifies all souls just before taking them back to the Soul World. So Maat has also been given a special role relating to giving justice after death. In the Egyptian spiritual stories, Maat also plays the role of being a judge in the Egyptian underworld at the Hall of Judgment after death. This Hall of Judgment is also known as the Hall of Ma'ati, or as the Hall of Double Maat. "Double" implies something more serious or intense than a "single". The Double was used because it represented Judgement Day at the end of the cycle. Since the later Egyptians began to use Maat even in their own lives so as to encourage good behaviour among everyone, the word double was used to indicate the intensity of the Truth at the end of the cycle because God Himself is involved in a personal way. The punishment experienced would be severe, at the end just before all souls are taken back, because the soul has to be purified. This purification process burns away all sinful acts done in all of one's births and so it can be very painful. Thus, it is seen as punishment for all sins one does. But actually, God is helping all His children by salvaging them from the darkest time at the end of Kaliyug. He gives all souls liberation through that. God is not punishing but purifying the souls. During one's life-time and even after death, before taking another birth, one does not experience as much pain as one experiences at the end of the cycle, just before going back to the Soul World. So the word “Double or extra” was used to represent the severity of the pain experienced. Maat is also associated to justice because of the Law of Karma. If a person does a wrong, then through the Law of Karma, the same wrong will be done to him or he will experience pain during Judgement Day just before all souls go back to the Soul World. If someone does something good, then something good will happen to him based on the Law of Karma and he will also not experience any pain during Judgment Day for that act. As per the World Drama, God also has to re-charge the deity souls, during the Confluence Age, so that they become spiritually very powerful again. But we have to take the initiative to re-charge ourselves through using God like a Generator. If not, as per the Law of Karma, our rewards will not be as great. Then, as per the World Drama, we only receive that which we are entitled to. The Law of Karma and Judgment Day are part and parcel of the World Drama. This is why the actions of every human being is the basis for what happens next in the World Drama. As per the World Drama, Judgement Day also takes place because all souls have to be taken back to the Soul World at the end of the cycle. Everything happens in a predictable manner as per the World Drama. This was why the ancient Egyptians believed that the universe was above everything else and that it functioned with predictability and regularity. The ancient Egyptians knew that the cycles of the universe always remained constant. So, they also knew that in the moral sphere too, purity was rewarded while sin was punished. They knew that, both morally and physically, the universe was in perfect balance. Later, in the Copper Age, the kings who were in support of Maat had associated Maat to doing justice on earth through the laws imposed by the Kings or nations. The concept of Maat developed further through this.
Sat, Feb 5 2011 08:03pm MHT 5 Pari
Title: Part 5 - Explaining the Myths, Prophesies and Ancient Spiritual Theories - Maat, World Drama, Truth
Contents: Maat was originally a concept. Though she, later, became a goddess, she still remained more of a concept than an actual goddess. She was truth, order, balance and justice personified. Her name, literally, meant 'truth' in Egyptian. The ancient people who had just lost their divine world, at the end of the Silver Age, had originally given importance to Maat or Truth because they were trying to re-establish Truth on earth. When you keep seeing the world as the World of Truth, it becomes that in reality. Those ancient people were also associating Maat to the unity that was established when they subtly turned their minds inward and connected their consciousness to the energies of everything that exists in the World Drama while they were attempting to transform the world back into the Land of Truth. That unity was valued because they wanted to re-create their divine world through that. But they began to realise that there was the World Drama and that the World Drama just continued in a cyclic manner. So, they also began to associate the cyclic pattern of the World Drama to Maat, when they began to realise that they would not be able to re-create their divine world at that time itself. They also realised that Truth had to be given importance to, because the true or original qualities of the soul are the virtues and powers. It is through the virtues and powers that we enjoy peace and happiness. It is through being virtuous and doing good that we get good in return through the Law of Karma, in the ordinary world. The original world that had existed at the beginning of the World Drama was the World of Truth where a divine peaceful world had existed. The World Drama begins with the Golden Age and then there is the pure Silver Age. The people at the beginning of the Copper Age were trying to continue living the pure virtuous life that had been lived in the Golden and Silver Ages because they understood that the true nature of the human soul was to be virtuous. Since God established Truth on earth by removing Chaos, at the end of the cycle, Man also began to understand the importance of supporting Truth and they also understood the importance of living a virtuous life. The vices are not us. The vices are our weak energies that had got transformed into the vices. The vices is not the Truth. Man has to act in a virtuous way. If not, he would experience pain later on for all his wrong doings. Originally, those who had walked out of the divine world had tried to ensure that Maat or the Truth continues in the world instead of Isfet. Isfet means “disorder”. So, at the beginning of the Copper Age, Maat or Truth was seen as replacing Isfet just as it had happened at the end of the previous cycle. The people were aware that the emergence of the vices, at the beginning of the Copper Age, had removed them from the divine world where people behaved based on Truth. When they realised that as per the World Drama, the Copper Age has come into existence and that Truth only replaces chaos at the end of the cycle, as per the World Drama, they also began to accept and use the concept of Maat in another way where it also represents the cyclic World Drama. So, Maat also began to be seen as the World Drama where everything was happening in an orderly manner. It was accepted that even the emergence and influence of the vices were happening as per the World Drama. They also understood that the Law or Karma had begun to apply to them because they were capable of good and bad actions.They began to understand that the World Drama was continuing in an orderly way when it was moving through the 4 Ages of Satyug, Tetrayug, Dwapuryug and Kaliyug. Those ancient people also understood the importance of living a pure virtuous life in the ordinary world, failing which they would be adversely affected by the Law of Karma. So Maat also began to be used to ensure that people lived a virtuous life. When the souls within the Copper Aged kings were influenced by sanskaras or memories of wanting back their divine world, the kings would be influenced to give importance to Maat. Whatever happens in the World Drama is based on human consciousness. However, there is a set orderly pattern to the World Drama and so not everything can be changed. That is why some things are fated to happen. However, now that it is the end of the cycle, it is there in the World Drama for the new divine world to be brought in. But to a certain respect, our future is in our own hands too. So if we want to have a good future in the new divine world, we have to make as much spiritual effort as we can now. If we do not grab the opportunity to become spiritually powerful during the Confluence Age now, others will grab the opportunity and that will mean that we will lose the opportunity. If we take our own time, others will be ready before us and then as per the World Drama, we have lost a great fortune by not becoming spiritually powerful now. But souls are still not ready which was why God gave the following message in the Brahma Kumaris' Avyakt Murli dated 25-2-91, where it was said, “Now nature is invoking you the masters. Because you people are not giving it orders, look how much chaos it is creating. When you masters become ready, nature will welcome you. Are you ready in this way? Are the masters ready? Are you ready or are you still becoming ready?” This passage, from what the Brahma Kumaris refer to as the Avyakt Murli, can also be found in page 186 of the Brahma Kumaris book titled, “The Original Virtues of the Soul”. BK knowledge says that when we are ready, nature will transform into the satopradhan state of the Golden Age. This is why it was said that when we are ready, “nature will welcome you”. In the Golden Age, nature serves us and this is why it was said that it will welcome us. It was said that “nature is invoking” us because the spiritual energies of nature is waiting for the world to get transformed through our transformation. The “order” which we give for nature to transform is through our stage of being ready for “world transformation”. Until nature gets transformed, they will continue acting in a tamopradhan manner because of their tamo state. In the new world, they will act in a peaceful satopradhan manner. It is through transforming nature and the world, that we get to play our own divine deity roles in the new divine world. People should not wait for others to transform the world for them. If one did that, one would not get good roles to play in the new divine world. The Brahma Kumaris say that those who are ready will get the best roles in the new divine world, in their next births. The PBKs say that they are the most fortunate because they get to walk into the divine world. Either way, you have to be a Confluence Aged spiritual effort-maker first. When we are ready the area around us gets transformed first. It is only later that the remaining areas in the world get transformed. This is why even in the ancient Egyptian stories and theories, it was said that, at first, only Egypt was exempted from Isfet or chaos, but later adjoining, and finally far-off countries became part of the ordered world as well.
Post 6 :
Myths are also explained at the following:
1. 2012 Protection (During Destruction) and the Gathering for World Transformation
2. Part 16 - Quantum Mechanics, Hinduism & Brahma Kumaris – Pagan, Jew, Christian and Sumerian Stories, Annunaki, Wiping out the Human Race, Ziusudra, Enki, Enlil, Abraham, Yahweh Brings in the Great Flood
Churning the Ocean
3. Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes
4. Snake Deities & the Naga Clan
5. Comparison Between Noah, Ziusudra, the Anunnaki and the Earthlings During the Great Flood (& Divisions within the Christian Religion)
6. Enki and the Abgal
7. Pandavas and Yadavas
8. The Battle between Horus and Set / Diwali
9. Egyptian God Ra
10. Egyptian God Horus
11. Egyptian God Osiris
12. Egyptian God Set
13. Egyptian Goddess Neith
15. Parvati and Shiva
16. Ganga, Bhagirath and the Sons of Sagar
17. Inanna-Ishtar's Descent into the Underworld
18. Underworld, Graveyard and Hell
20. Krishna, Radhe, Lakshmi, Narayan, Vishnu and Vishnupuri
22. Sumana Saman
26. Sons of God
27. Exodus, Moses, Ramses, Joshua and World Rule
28. Sumerian Tablets - written later
29. Signs of the Reptilians Using the Sciences in the Attestation
30. Endubsar and other Scribes Co-operated with Reptilians
31. Samudra Manthan (Churning the Ocean of Milk)
32. The Sun, Stars and other Astronomical Objects in Myths
33. The Alien-UFO Believe-System
34. Temples, Temple in Jerusalem and Other Ancient Constructions
35. Subtle Regions, Subtle Bodies & the Primordial
37. Brahma & Brahmapuri
38. Rama, Sita and the Sacrificial Fire
39. WHO WERE THE ARYANS?
40. Nuclear Weapons used in Ancient Times
The myths are discussed in almost all my articles because my role is to explain them. Thus, please click on one of the following links to see the latest articles that may explain the myths.
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More on the Confluence Aged souls 'shining like stars' can be found at:
The Sun, Stars and other Astronomical Objects in Myths
More on the World Drama can be found at:
Differences Between World Drama, Fate and Destiny
More on the purification process can be found at:
Experiences During Purification Process
More on Brahman can be found at:
1. Part 1: Quantum Mechanics, Hinduism & Brahma Kumaris (Brahman, Consciousness, Atma, Subtle region)
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2. Part 2: Quantum Mechanics, Hinduism & Brahma Kumaris (Paramatma, Brahman, Consciousness, Nature)
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3. Part 5 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - Consciousness, Brahman, crop circles
4. Part 12 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The Various Parallel Universes in Brahman
5. Part 13 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The various subtle dimensions in Brahman (Brahmapuri, Shankerpuri)
6. Part 14 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The various subtle dimensions in Brahman (Brahma and Shanker)
7. Part 15 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The various subtle dimensions in Brahman (Vishnupuri, Shanker-1)
8. Part 16 - Aliens, UFOs and Parallel Universes - The various subtle dimensions in Brahman (Vishnupuri, Shanker-2)
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NB: All my articles are based on time moving in a cyclic manner, in the order as follows:
1. the divine world in the first half cycle: involving the Golden Age (Satyug) and then the Silver Age (Tetrayug),
2. the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages: where the world transforms back into the ordinary state (after a vice was entertained),
3. the ordinary world of the second half cycle: involving the Copper Age (Dwapuryug) and then the Iron Age (Kaliyug),
4. the Confluence Age (at the end, now): through which the world is transformed back into the divine Golden Aged world.