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Aghora, Rudra, Shivalingam … Untold aspects

Aghora and Islam as Makkeshwar Mahadeva

This topic is to discuss the fact about Mahadeva as Makkeshwar Mahadeva or the Shiva as the Lord of Mecca and as Kabaleshwar Mahadeva or Shiva as the lord of Kaba (or Kaaba) …

Regarding above painting …

This experience happened way back in 1996 when I still was a second mate of foreign going ships … This experience was when the divine flower “Udumbara” had again bloomed within this world and that too after a gap of time of many millenniums …

This happened after completing my 0000-0400 hours navigation watch and while sailing on a voyage from a port in the Arabian Gulf to the Port De Fos (in France) on a Suezmax crude oil tanker whilst the ship was in the red sea and that too in a position which was just-off the latitude of Macca Sharif …

I woke up prior the wee hours of a bright and clear sunny morning and this vision came with the great-deity (Mahadeva) sitting and smiling and in a direction that was towards Mecca Sharif …

Basis above and many other realizations which are also related to many other faiths of today, it is very clear that it eventually is the same greater deity (Mahadeva) of Vedas who is within “each faith or belief” of today and or of any of the three times … This is because of the fact that ultimately it is only to Aghora form of Mahadeva (i.e. Shiva) that every faith of each of the three times has been referring to …

And it really does not matter whether he is worshiped in a symbolic state (i.e. as a Shivalingam … This is explained at the last stage of this topic) or he is worshiped within his own attributed-form (i.e. Sagun Sakaar Awastha or his human form) or in his own attributed-formless state (i.e. Sagun Nirakaar Awastha) because ultimately he is the one who is the Ever-Auspicious-All (i.e. Sadashiva) and to whom every belief and faith of any of the three times has ever been referring to …

Shiva is the “only” deity who rests within all that was discussed in an earlier topic of “As IT eventually became” and this itself is in addition to the fact that Shiva is also within a symbolic state (i.e. within a Linga Awastha) … Linga means a symbolic state and that symbolic state is termed as a Shivalinga +++ within the Vedic lore …

+++ Shivling shall be explained at the latter-most part of this discussion …

And because he holds all that was discussed in the earlier set of topics which was starting from “As IT originally was” and until the topic of “As IT eventually became”, so he is also addressed as Great-Deity (i.e. Mahadeva) and Great-Lord (Maheshwara) in the Vedas … In fact within the entirety of Maker’s Makings, only Shiva holds the stature of being a Great-Deity (i.e. Mahadeva) …

 

Now we come to the stage of an analysis of my subtler experiences …

Aghora and Rudra aspects of Mahadeva … Deity across faiths …

Basis my decades of subtle-experiences within this transmigrated incarnation (and also during many previous transmigrated incarnations) it is also pretty clear that even when it may not be apparent such, it ultimately is to Mahadeva (i.e. Shiva) that each knowledge system relates …

As also basis subtly roaming almost the entire macrocosmic creation and subtly-seeing all sorts of subtler planes (heavens) of various systems (beliefs etc.), it is pretty clear that just the texts, names, languages, modes of worship, practices, codes of conduct and routes of arriving to Mahadeva have differed because it eventually is to Mahadeva alone that each of the systems are relating …

And this greater deity (i.e. Mahadeva) acknowledges all that is ever believed of it in any system, which itself is because the term Mahadeva (or Shiva) verily also means “Deity or Deva of all that is” and thus from the point of view of Mahadeva it really doesn’t matter what path anyone follows because all paths are ultimately passing through (and thus leading to) Mahadeva itself … As also from the point Mahadeva it also doesn’t matter by what better-name anybody address him because all good names are his only …

And since everything (every faith) is only leading to the same deity, so I also fail to understand the basis (or reasons) for divisions and conflict between systems, beliefs, faiths and religions of today or any of the earlier millenniums … And yet due to the lower effects of the divine degenerate age cycle, these differences have come by and strangely these are also accepted by humanity during the last few millenniums even when these differences of Deities are actually untrue …

Prior moving further, I need to discuss the term other-wise ones … These are those who don’t know the real through a direct realization (i.e. do not know their worshiped deity) and yet project themselves to be the knower’s of that real and its path … And because they do not know the real, so all their rendered knowledge and ways of life only lead to misguiding their followers which in turn leads to a state where their followers end up in an endless cyclic chaos which continuously keeps moving across all the ways and walks of their followers (and thus through the ways and walks of life of humanity also) …

The reasons for divisions were only because of the fact that none of the other-wise ones who became leaders (of these religions and lands) had never known their own worshiped deities and thus they never knew the reality of their own worshiped deity …

And the same also applies to all the other-wise ones who have been leading these recent faiths (or religions which came by during the last few millenniums) ever since these faiths were installed by the greater-one who was evolutionarily qualified to do so …

As also the greatest of irony is that the same types of other-wise ones are still at the foremost places in all these recent systems and strangely nobody has even noticed this fact or asked them simple questions so as to know their reality … These questions are “Do you have the self-realization of your own innermost essence, the supreme realization, the realization of the authenticity of verses of the path and the realization of the deity that you talk about” … Just asking these four questions and further cross questioning in these four questions would set things back in right perspective and expose the other-wise as the other-wise that they actually are …

Unless self-realized, all-realized sages lead a knowledge system, that knowledge system only goes to the docks over the centuries that pass by after it is installed by the one who is qualified to do so …

And all chaos that we see in the ways of life of humanity of this world is only because of the fact that due to the effects of the divine degenerate age cycle (i.e. Deva Kaliyuga) and this coupled by the nadir cycle of precesion (i.e. Agragaman chakra) the real knower’s (i.e. the self-realized, all-realized sages) never came to fore and thus have not been leading humanity for a pretty long time and thus all sorts of nasty crooks have been coming to fore and thus have been taking over as leaders of faiths, politics and geographies of this planet … But this would not be the case during the incoming age of sages (or in other worlds the Guru Yuga) which as such is commencing around 2082 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years and the offsets which shall be discussed in a later topic of Kaalchakra or the eternal cycles of time) …

Rudra Deva whose sound is of ALA (Ala Naad) spontaneously manifests (i.e. self-manifests) out of the Aghora face of Sadashiva and thus he is the Swayambhu (one who has no sire) … And it is basis this discussion that Shiva is addressed as Rudra and Rudra is also addressed as Shiva as both these terms are denoting the same Great-Deity (or Mahadeva) itself … Thus some ancient texts even state that Rudra is of a blue color, just like Shiva itself is because such texts consider Rudra Deva and Shiva to be one and the same, which as such is correct …

 

Kabali Shiva is the Lord of Kabali … Kabaleshwar and Makkeshwar Mahadeva …

Shiva was also addressed as Kaabali i.e. the divine-being of Kaaba (Kaba) … That Kabali form of Shiva was also addressed as Kaabaleshwar, which means the lord of Kabali whose place in this earth was Kabaleshwar temple of ancient times and which as of today is called as Kaba Sharif …

Rudra Deva in its own state as Aghora face of Shiva was also known as Makkeshwar Mahadeva during those very ancient times …

In the above paragraph, the term Makkeshwar means, the deity of Macca (or the Lord of Macca) … The same Macca is now  known as Mecca Sharif … And the word Mahadeva means the “Great Deity” … Thus the term “Makkeshwar Mahadeva” means “The Great-Deity of Macca or the Great-Lord of Mecca” …

Even though the Sanskrit word “Maha” is literally understood as “Great” yet in its deeper meaning it only refers to the word “Supreme” … This is because of the fact that in the Vedic Sanskrit there can only be “One Great” (Because there cannot ever be two entities who could simultaneously be addressed as Great and both be the Great only) … And since there can only be one great, so the word “Great-Deity (or Mahadeva of Vedas)” which is used for Lord Shiva, only means the “Supreme-Deity (or Paramdeva)” in Sanskrit language …

So the term Makkeshwar also means “Supreme Deity who resides in Macca” … And this is what Mecca of Saudi Arabia originally was addressed as during the ancient times as were of my much-much earlier incarnations …

And due to the fact that Mahadeva was being worshiped in Macca since very ancient times, so when Prophet Mohammad told his followers to remove (actually destroy) all idols of all ancient temples of his time, yet he left the place of Makkeshwar Mahadeva, as he also knew this was a temple of Mahadeva (The supreme Deity) since very ancient times …

During those ancient times, that black stone of Kaaba ( Kaba ) was not even a black colored stone as it was a white colored Shivalingam (i.e. a white colored symbol of Shiva) … But during the last millennium, this stoned had turned black due to lower deeds of people who were controlling this place and/or were related to this place … Unless these people who relate to the current day Mecca fully return back to the innermost meaning of the word “Brahmand Dharana” that itself is of the path of Shiva (i.e. Shaiva Marga), that stone shall keep in its back color irrespective of what is stated about it in any scripture of now or any other time … In fact this was the only temple of Shiva which had a natural white stone …

And the fact does not change from what it is that the black stone which lies in Mecca Sharif was the Shivalingam (i.e. the symbolic state) of Makkeshwar Mahadeva, who was also addressed as the Lord of Kabali or Kaabaleshwar Mahadeva … The area of Karbala in Iraq was also the seat of another temple of Mahadeva which was known as Karbaleshwar Mahadeva and it was supposed to be a mirror image of the Kaabaleshwar Mahadeva of Kaaba (Kaba) Sharif in Mecca of today … But sadly that temple of Karbaleshwar Mahadeva was destroyed by the barbarian forces which manifested upon this planet during the nadir cycle of the current cycle of precession of equinoxes (i.e. Agragaman chakra or Ahaata chakra) which as such is also known as the human ages (or in other words, Manav Yuga) …

In fact I have had so many subtle realizations whilst transiting red sea and when my ship was almost abeam to Mecca Sharif (almost at the latitude of Mecca Sharif) that I really do not believe that Mecca is “only” for Muslims … Even Hindu’s should be allowed there because its Deity itself is Shiva who has originally manifested as Makkeshwar Mahadeva …

And from the nowness of now when I write this paragraph, that day is not farther than a few decades when what is stated in above paragraph would actually be seen to be manifested within this world …

 

Regarding Shivalingam … Symbol of allness of Shiva …

Now we shall briefly discuss what the term Shivalingam actually means …

  • Shivalingam means “Symbol of Shiva” as the word Lingam in Sanskrit means nothing but “Symbol” …

And as far as the representation of Shivalingam stands, following is also a fact …

  • Shiva itself is the Lingam … I.e. Shiva manifests as the Lingam itself …
  • Ling is symbolic of Shiva … I.e. Lingam is a microcosmic symbol of the macrocosmic state of Shiva or Shiva is self-symbolized as a Lingam …
  • Linga is none other than Shiva … But this is only when it is consecrated (i.e. Shaktipaat of the Shivalingam is completed) by lineage holding Brahmin’s and who do it purely on their own merit and without any external or internal pressure and where this consecration is carried out exactly as per the procedures that have been laid down in the Vedic lore … Once consecrated thus, Lingam itself is Shiva’s microcosmic state i.e. after a Vedic Shaktipat or consecration, the Shivalingam is none other than the Sagun-Sakaar Awastha of Shiva or attributed-form of Shiva) …
  • Basis above, Shiva and Lingam cannot be differentiated or separated or individualized from each other … This is explained in below discussions …

Continuing with above bullet point … Shivalingam is the shape of each universe that rests within the multi-universal macrocosmic creation and this is not an imaginary statement, but is stated through a direct cognition of this fact (We shall be discussing this with paintings in a later topic which relates to the intermediary state between Rudra Loka or world of Rudra Deva and Indra Loka or the world of Devaraja Indra who was also addressed as Idandra Deva during those very-very ancient times as were of my much earlier incarnations and that too within the previous divine age cycles) …

Each universe is in the form of a Shivalingam only and that Shivalingam is the macrocosmic self-manifestation of Mahadeva (i.e. Shiva) itself … Those sages who had self-realized this fact were the ones who had given the knowledge of Shivalingam so as to symbolize Shiva (i.e. Ever-Auspicious and Ever-All) as a Lingam … The shape of a Shivalingam is the same as the shape of a universe and this is a fact which gets realized after the subtler vehicle of an aspirant exits out and goes beyond the limited expanses of universal envelopes …

And when the subtler vehicle of an aspirant goes beyond (or out of) a universal sphere and then it sees the multi-universal state of the macrocosmic creation, then it is also realized by the aspirant that each of the universes of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation are of the same shape (i.e. shape of a Shivalingam) … And thus a Shivalingam itself is the microcosmic symbolic state of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation … Thus each Shivalingam represents the multi-universe (or on other words, each Shivalingam is the microcosmic symbolic form of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation) …

As also since the multi-universal macrocosmic creation is naught but the self-expressed (Swayam Abhivyakti), self-manifested (Swayambhu or Swayam Prakat), self-sustaining (Swayam Sthit) and self-present (Swayam Dharana) state of the same Absolute being (who is also addressed as Brahman and also as Param Shiva), so the Shivalingam which is utilized to represent the self-manifested multi-universal macrocosmic state the Absolute-being (i.e. Brahman or Param Shiva) is also representing the same self-expression of the Absolute being, but within an microcosmic attributed-form state (i.e. a Shivalingam is the Sagun Sakaar or Pinda Awastha of the Brahmand) …

And since Paramshiva (Param Shiva or the Absolute-being) is having three primary divinities (i.e. Tri-Shakti), so the same divinities are also present within its own self-expression (or the multi-universal macrocosmic creation) … And since the multi-universal macrocosmic creation is naught but a self-expression of the Absolute-being and since the divinities of the self-expression (i.e. multi-universal macrocosmic creation) cannot be any different from the one who self-expresses, so the multi-universal macrocosmic creation also has these three primary divinities of Param Shiva (i.e. Supreme being) …

Continuing with above paragraph … These three primary divinities of Shiva are as stated below …

  • Chetan Shakti (or divinity of absolute consciousness or the conscious principle) …
  • Jnana Shakti (divinity of absolute knowledge or the knowledge principle) …
  • Kriya Shakti (divinity of absolutely pristine action or activity principle) …

And since all the universes are intrinsic unbroken partless-parts of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation, so each of these universes are also holding these three primary divinities of Shiva … Thus each universe is also holding the conscious-knowledge-activity principles within itself …

And it is due to above stated reason that each of the universes and their parts (i.e. microcosms who reside within these universes) are also holding the same three divinities within them and this itself is because of the fact that the part (i.e. microcosms) cannot be any different from its parental state (i.e. universe) within whose envelopes these parts are residing … Even when this may not found to be true on a physical level, but when the subtler aspects of a physically manifest microcosms are studied during a self-realization, then this paragraph would be found to be an absolute fact and exactly as it is stated here …

And basis above paragraph, since the Vedic Shivalingam is naught but a microcosmic symbol of the macrocosmic self-manifested state of Shiva (i.e. the multi-universal macrocosmic creation) so each Shivalingam is also holding these three divinities within itself but provided it is consecrated as per the requirements of Vedic knowledge systems …

And since each of the universes are holding these three divinities of Shiva, so none of the universes are dead entities … It in fact each universe is a perfectly alive one … And the same truth is also applicable to the Vedic Shivalingam which as such is none other than being a microcosmic symbol of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation …

The Vedic Shivalingam also leads to cyclic variance in the gene pool of all parts of speciology who inhabit the planet where this symbol of Shiva (i.e. Vedic Shivalingam) is placed and thus it prevents a genetic “stagnation due to sameness” also … Due to this reason, a Vedic Shivalingam also prevents a non compliance to the earlier discussed “macrocosmic principle of stagnation due to sameness” … This fact shall be known to modern science in the future times but after modern science become capable to study the subtleties of divinities which are existent within a correctly consecrated Vedic Shivalingam …

And if the properly consecrated Vedic Shivalingam is also placed as per the correct Vastu Shastra (i.e. the science of temples and architecture) of the Sanctum Sanctorum (Garbha Graha) of a temple, then it also leads to changes in the inner subtleties of each aspirant who sits in that sanctum Sanctorum … In fact if what is stated in this paragraph is fully complied, then if an aspirant who is evolutionarily ready ends up peacefully sitting in that Sanctum Sanctorum of a Vedic Shivalaya (i.e. Shiva’s temple), then that aspirant would feel the divinity in his (or her) own microcosm getting tingled and activated (i.e. Kundalini Shakti of that aspirant would get activated and thus that aspirant shall also enter the path of self-realization) … This fact shall also be known to modern science in the future times but after modern science become capable to study the subtleties within a correctly consecrated Vedic Shivalingam and the Vedic science of Sanctum Sanctorum where that Shivalingam is placed …

 

Continuing further …

In addition to the listed facts, since the multi-universal macrocosmic creation is a self-expression of the Absolute being (i.e. Param Shiva or Parabrahman) and since the self-expressed is eternally unioned to the one who self-expresses, so basis this fact was installed the Shivalingam in Vedic temples as there really cannot be a path which is better than the “one which holds all that is within itself” in addition to holding the three primary divinities of Shiva i.e. Chetan Shakti (or divinity of absolute consciousness or the conscious principle), Jnana Shakti (divinity of absolute knowledge or the knowledge principle) and Kriya Shakti (divinity of absolute action or activity principle) …

The grosser and subtler aspects of a universe denote matter and energy, both of which are interconvertible and so is the concept of a Vedic Shivalingam … Within a Vedic Shivalingam and if it is daily consecrated in the correct way as is to be for that particular Shivalingam, matter (i.e. physical Shivalingam) and energy (i.e. the three divinities of Shiva which were discussed earlier and where these divinities are also emanated out of that Shivalingam) keep inter-converting into each other and thus over time, these Vedic Shivalingam’s shall also be seen to be growing or reducing in size (depending upon which aspect of my Paramguru Bhagwan Shiva that Shivalingam represents and also depending upon the time cycles that are underway at that time) …

Continuing with above paragraph … The same expansion and contraction shall also be seen within all symbols which relate to Shiva (like Trishul or Trident, Nandi or the Bull etc.) provided these have been correctly consecrated at the time these were originally installed and there has been also been a continuous consecration as per the requirements of these symbols which relate to Shiva …

And universe also holds its knowledge-conscious principles, so does a Vedic Shivalingam also hold the same provided it is consecrated as per procedures and that too by lineage holders who comply to the Vedic lore in letter and spirit …

The universe also holds its activity principle, and thus the Shivalingam needs to be correctly consecrated (i.e. Shaktipat) as per Vedas and by authentic lineage holding Brahmin’s who have no external or internal pressures prior that Shivalingam can even utilized in any meditation or worship …

The temples of Shiva have no bar on entry … As long as anyone is born a Human, has faith on Vedic deities and does not eat or kill that which is a divine symbol (or vehicle) of any Deva, that aspirant can enter a Shiva Temple, but provided that aspirant is clean externally (i.e. the aspirant is wearing clean clothes and the body is also cleaned prior entering that temple) and internally (i.e. that aspirant has faith on Bhagwan Shiva and thus goes inside that temple with a pure mind and heart) … And I say this because of the fact that everything (and thus everyone) one originates from Shiva, rests within the universe which itself is the macrocosmic symbol of Shiva and after a final exit from allness and her each part, everyone ultimately goes to my Paramguru Bhagwan Shiva (i.e. Mahadeva) only … Thus as far as Shiva Temples are concerned, they never had any barriers during the ancient times, except basic ones of maintaining an inner and outer purity prior entering, when inside and after exiting out of that temple … Plus everyone anyways is resting within the universe, which itself is the macrocosmic symbol (Mahalingam or Maha-Lingam) of Shiva only so how can anybody be told to not enter a Shiva Temple on this world, is what I wonder … But at the same time, the requirements of inner and outer need to be maintained when within any Vedic temple

The universe is the reason for ever diversities of the macrocosm and each microcosm, so does the Shivalingam also lead to diversity of gene pool provided the Gotra and Varna Vyavastha is complied with, by the adherents …

The Vedic Shivalingam only denotes the multi-universal macrocosmic creation in addition to the consciousness-knowledge-activity principles … And since these all are pure, so is a Vedic Shivalingam also having the same purity because it by itself is a microcosmic symbol of these aspects also …

And since Shiva itself is the Ever-All who manifests as the Shivalingam shaped universe (i.e. each universe of the multi-universal macrocosmic creation), so it eventually is Shiva who is as the Shivalingam … In addition to this the Shivalingam is also the symbol of Shiva and simultaneously the Shivalingam is the symbolic microcosmic state of Shiva itself … The same fact also told by those who have known the Vedic lore through traditional means and thence through a self-realization of what is discussed here …

Thus basis above, Shiva is the Lingam (Lingam means Symbol) and Shivalingam itself is Shiva (Shiva means the ever-all-auspicious and ever-auspicious-all) manifested as a Lingam and in addition to this, the lingam also represents the three primary divinities of Shiva i.e. Chetan Shakti (divinity of absolute consciousness or the conscious principle of Maker’s Makings), Jnana Shakti (i.e. divinity of absolute knowledge or the knowledge principle) and Kriya Shakti (i.e. the absolutely pristine activity or the activity principle) …

So I hope this discussion clears the doubts in the present day humans regarding what a Shivalingam really is … But detailed discussions with appropriate paintings of that which is discussed here (and more) shall be taken up in later topics …

And the Shivalingam of Makkeshwar Mahadeva as is placed in Mecca Sharif is no different from what has been discussed here …

And basis above, I also fail to understand how the present day humanity says that Islam is different from Hinduism … I totally fail to understand this nonsense and I am so sorry to be, as I am …

That’s all for this topic …

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