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17 years ago
Astikapati
Dear Ananda, I too am impressed with AEs' science and knowledge. As my awareness and understanding grows of Veda and Vedic Literature, brought to light in our times by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, in collaboration with a number of noted scientist and scholars from around the world, the parallels to many of the ancient sciences, math, etc. astound me. Following is an article you should find of interes
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Came across the following article reading the news tonight. LOL, Pati Monday January 28, 9:02 AM British freemasons seek to end aura of mystery ADVERTISEMENT LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's freemasons will soon be identifiable by the shirts they wear and journals they read rather than by their handshake, as the secretive society seeks to shed its mysterious image. The Times newspaper said o
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Ah Merc, is this another of lifes' little duplicities? Or was I just influenced by the basketball game in progress, with Duke University, while reading the Cambray article? I don't know the official name however, Duke Uni. is in Durham, North Carolina and they have a large research department in a number of fields, incld. Archaeology. And been involved with Arch. sites in the past. In rereading t
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi Merc, In reference to the North Carolina,USA Archaeologists' comment: Quote: "Other experts remained sceptical of the discovery. Derek Kennet, a research fellow in archaeology at the University of Durham, said: "It all sounds extremely dubious. If it’s true it means an utter re-evaluation of how we view history. Even the earliest cities came 2,000 years later than this supposed dis
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi Schroeder, " Why is it always links? Why not books?" Well I find, living in this fast paced World of high speed communications, the intellect likes answers at the same speed as the question. Links are only a click away. The Library quite a few clicks (by foot :) and then to order a book....well you get the picture. A good read can be had on or off line, in hand or on screen. I enjo
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi Rich, Of all things, I was on this MB and decided to turn on the TV....guess what was on!!!! :) Tho I missed some of it there was one thing in particular that jumped out at me. GH was in a cave ? and there were swirl markings on the wall and some mention of being a burial tomb? Was there or had there ever been a body found in there? He mentioned these swirls being unknown and I thought, darned
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Just when I had been ready to assign our little stone to the " Petrified Bread Loaf" basket, I remembered the following. Have a looksie and let me know what you think. Snipet..." Ancient observatories are found in almost every country in the world either as physical remains or a myth or legend- Stonehenge in England, Maachupichu in Peru, and observatories in Mexico, China, Egypt,
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Tis the nite before Christmas and all thru my home not a creature is stirring even my pet rats not on the roam. The possums been by for their late nite snack and not a duck on the lake makes a flutter or quack. The owls were a hooting but went off following some sled which made the deer duck down as it flew over head. Lamar's in the dog house curled up in his bed. I hope Santa brings that boy
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17 years ago
Astikapati
..............bet you our little seacumber took that stone :) :) :) LOL, Pati
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17 years ago
Astikapati
790. Re: Vedas
Hi Sharif, Funny you should mention Grahams' interest in Vedas as I was just getting ready to share with all my read from last night when I read your Post first. Following News and events on 'Maharishi Vedic Science" I came across the following: 1) An excerpt from the article: " Vedic City is the first city in the modern world to be based entirely on the ancient principles of Mahari
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17 years ago
Astikapati
CAROLINA BEACHES????????? North or South? And don't tell me you are a Tarheel? I am stuck :) here in Salisbury, NC. Where are U? Sincerely, Pati
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi Adrian, " Isn't it exciting?'.....my sentiments exactly! And one of the reasons I am so fond of this site. The opportunity to explore and share information of all known and unknown is....well I think the 8th. Wonder of the world!! Having soooo much fun here. Love, Pati
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi Billy, Sometimes when I'm thinking about Anc. Civ. and the lack of bone/ body remains I'm reminded of the Ancient tradition in India of cremation. One would be most hard pressed for bodily evidence in that country to verify the existence of any Human physiology having ever been on the land in Ancient times. In contrast, here in my country, USA, as in many others, burial 'in ground' is the co
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17 years ago
Astikapati
794. Question
In relation to the Yoganani site, I heard a passing comment on, I beleive a TV documentary, that the Locals in this area hold the belief their Ancestors or the Ancient ones could fly/levitate. And that a group of such individuals inhabited the area 'long ago'. Does anyone have any further information on this? Thanks a bunch, Pati
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Thanks to each for your information. In particular, Sherman for the Nexus link. I went in Sunday and read article 3 and will read 1and 2 as soon as I download all 3 into my files. Yes, it is very interesting to me too. And I would like to share some of my thoughts with you along these lines. So as soon as I finish my 'homework' (reading the 3 articles) I will get back in touch. Again my many th
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Hi all, I was wondering if anyone had any information on the word Amen, used most commonly at the end of a prayer closing. Such as origin and original definition. Also I once read a book on the inside measurements of the Great Pyramid and it discussed all the various types of stones used in the roofing, sides, etc. It mentioned the failure to identify some local or nearby Quarries as the source
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17 years ago
Astikapati
Dear "not manic" ( well by my knowledge anyway :) In the '80s I had the opportunity to attend a 3 mo. Vedic Conference in New Delhi, India. This was hosted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, the founder of Transcendental Meditation. A number of scientist from all fields, all walks of life and around the world were present. Each over this period of time gave a talk comparing their specific field
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