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Birth of Brahmam Garu

This topic continues from the previous one “Birth of Prophet Muhammad” and here we calculate Birth of Brahmam Garu (Veera Brahmendra Swami) …

Brahmam Garu came to restore “(Vedic and Yogic timeless tradition (which in Sanskrit language is also called as Parampara of Veda and Yoga)” in south India and he was the one who gave knowledge of Kaal Gyan (also known as Kaalgnanam, which means knowledge of time and which also means “knowledge of future”) …

He is also considered a manifestation of Sri Vishnu within this world …

 

116-AA … Regarding Veer Brahmendra or Brahmam Garu

Kaalgnanam states that Brahman Garu (Veera Brahmendra Swamy) went into Jeeva Samadhi (Jeeva Samadhi means entering into Samadhi whilst alive) when he was past 175 years age …

Kaalgnanam also states that Jeeva Samadhi of Brahman Garu was when divine degenerate age (Deva Kaliyuga) was in its 4094th year (i.e. 4094th year of Kaliyuga Samvat) …

 

116-BB … Calculating actual start of Kaliyuga

Degenerate effects of Kaliyuga came into this world after departure of Sri Krishna in 3102 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years) …

But as was discussed in an earlier topic of “Offset of Sri Krishna’s departure”, these degenerate effects of Kaliyuga were delayed by 27 + 1 years from the time of commencement of Kaliyuga …

As was discussed in above listed topic that this delay was because the degenerate effects of Kaliyuga can never enter the world when a “Poorna Avatar of Sri Vishnu (which Sri Krishna definitely was)” is still present in the world …

Thus, even when entry of effects of Kaliyuga in 3102 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years) is considered as stage of commencement of Kaliyuga, yet Kaliyuga had actually commenced as follows …

3102 BC – (27 + 1 years) = 3130 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

116-CC … Calculating 4094th year of Kaliyuga

As per above, Kaliyuga Samvat had actually started in 3130 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years) …

 

So 4094th year of Kaliyuga becomes as follows …

3130 BC – 4094 = 964 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

116-DD … Calculating birth of Veer Brahmendra Swami

Veera Brahmendra Swami had lived for 175 years and in his 176th year he had entered into “Jeeva Samadhi (meditative absorption whilst still alive)” … And since it was a Jeeva Samadhi, so it cannot even be considered as death …

Thus, 176 years prior above calculated year of 964 AD would be his year of birth in this world as shown in below calculation …

964 AD – 176 = 788 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years)

 

116-EE … Corruption of time spans of sages

We had discussed in section 111-DD of earlier topic of “Avatar prior real advent of Kaliyuga” and section 113-EE of earlier topic that had the header of “Birth of Adi Shankaracharya” that times of advents of these two ones (i.e. Buddha Avatar and then the later stage of advent of Gurudeva Adi Shankaracharya) have been shifted forward by almost 18 degrees precession arc (i.e. about 1,296 years as per Nadir time units of precession of equinoxes) …

The same forward shifting of birth year, but to a lesser extent is also seen in the time of advent of Brahman Garu (Veera Brahmendra Swami) …

What some recently tempered texts and modern research says about the year of birth of Adi Shankaracharya to be as 788 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years), is actually the birth year of Veera Brahmendra Swami (Brahmam Garu) …

Thus those who say Adi Shankaracharya was born in 788 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years) are seriously mistaken about the time of his advent to this world as they are confusing his time with that of Veera Brahmendra Swami …

Since both of Veera Brahmendra Swami and Adi Shankaracharya were related to area which is of Vedic monastery of the Southern direction (or in other words, the  Dakshina Aamnaya Peetha) of Sringeri Sarada Peetha and since Veera Brahmendra Swami was also active in this monasteries area, so this probably is why Sringeri Sarada Peetha also says that year of birth of Adi Shankaracharya was close to 788 AD (+/- 1 to 2.7 years), instead of what other Vyasa Peetha (Aamnaya Peetha) claim as closer to 510 BC (+/- 1 to 2.7 years) …

Plus during above ranges of time, there also was another Renunciate monk whose name was Swami Abhinav Bharti and he also held the title of Shankaracharya (because he was in the same lineage which was “restored” by Adi Shankaracharya) and this is also the person who is confused with Adi Shankaracharya …

Thus the claim of western scholars who came to India to study Vedas and began stating the time of birth of Adi Shankaracharya as 788 AD, is absolutely wrong as it fails to come in line with the time of real advent of Adi Shankaracharya which itself was as per the call of time and its cycles (Kaalchakra) and which also was because some Vedic Sage was required to enter this world soon after the “exit of Deva (divinities)” from this world on/around 510 BC itself …

 

Proceeding further …

Unless Vedic knowledge is gained from “authentic lineage holding teachers (Shankaracharya’s or their lineage holders)” that knowledge would never do good to anyone …

As also, unless an aspirant is a Patra (i.e. is a true aspirant who is like a vessel ready to be filled with traditional knowledge), any part of Vedic knowledge that aspirant may try to gain, would neither be beneficial to that aspirant or to other who would read it or try to learn it …

Even simple Veda Mantras like Gayatri, Mahamrityunjaya and OM require you to be a “Patra (i.e. a vessel)” prior you could even begin chanting them …

Unless what is discussed here, is complied, the aspirant is only wasting his (or her) time and also wasting the time of others who would come in his contact (when he also begins teaching others) …

Non-compliance to this requirement to be a “Patra (vessel which is ready to be filled by real  knowledge of liberation) is very clearly visible in this world …

As also, those aspirants who have not become a Patra and yet they try to gain Vedic knowledge, would never be leading to manifestation of subtlety (of oneness to allness and her each part), so such ones also become reasons for corruption …

The corruptions of time of advent of sages as we had discussed earlier is a proof of what we have discussed here …

The same fact also applies to those who chant Vedic Mantras after reading texts or without becoming a Patra or after learning them from those who do not hold Sampradaya (i.e. Lineage of Vedic schools of learning) and Parampara (i.e. the timeless traditions or eternal traditions) of Bharata

 

Continues …

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