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Vajradanda and later systems

Ashtama Chakra with golden body
Ashtama Chakra of eighth with golden body … The golden channel of above figure was also termed as Vajradanda or staff of golden lightening … And in its originality of knowledge, this was also termed as Vajrastra of Devaraja Indra … This is the channel which proceeds beyond the thousand petalled lotus of the 7th plexus (or crown plexus or Sahasrara or Brahmarandra chakra) which is located at the top of brain … That aspirant who conquers the 8th plexus and thus his golden vehicle (golden body) attains a state as is depicted in above figure, is the one who has attained Buddhata or Buddhahood …

 

II-1 … What Vajradanda and what later systems …

Vajradanda means the golden staff of lightening … This Vajradanda is depicted as the golden channel in above painting …

This golden channel is denoting that state which is beyond the crown plexus or thousand petalled lotus that is present at the top of brain …

This golden channel was the one which originally was told as Vajradanda or the golden staff of lightening …

 

II-2 … The highly hidden Vedic way of describing knowledge of Vajradanda …

Devaraja Indra’s Vajrastra … Originally within the Vedas this staff was told to be held by Devaraja Indra (or the ruler of divine worlds) and was termed as Vajrastra (i.e. golden colored divine weapon of Vajra or lightening) …

 

II-3 … Vajradanda in other later systems …

II-3-A … Vajradanda chakra … This is the name that Siddha sciences had given the Vajradanda … This has been a hidden knowledge system as it does not even relate to that which is within the earthly physical vehicle due to the fact that this channel is extending beyond the physical vehicle … The entire channel was termed as a plexus of Vajra (or Vajradanda chakra) …

 

II-3-B … Vajradanda … This was told so in the earlier Yogic and Siddha systems and the same knowledge and name was also taken by the later Buddhist lore which relates to the path of Vajrayana … Vajrayana means the vehicle of Vajra …

 

II-3-C … Vajradanda and Ratnasaru …

Ratnasaru is the sword of 10th Avatar of Sri Bhagwan Vishnu (i.e. Bhagwan Kalki) … This is the jewel like sword and is of a golden color … The golden channel as is shown in above painting is the state to which this sword eventually relates …

This is told so because when the consciousness vehicle begins rising up the Vajradanda, then its right hand is stretched upwards and towards the 8th plexus …

This upwardly pointed stretched out state of the right hand of the consciousness vehicle (of the aspirant) is the state which was esoterically told (i.e. told in a highly hidden way) as the hand which is holding a bejeweled sword called Ratnasaru …

 

II-3-D … Staff of many Greek Gods and Gods of other even earlier systems … To know this, please read about earlier Greek lore or visit the places where this is clearly shown because if I post those photos, then somebody might say I copied from someone else …

Or if you don’t want to visit such distant places, then simply ask Google uncle or Bing aunty or the little boy DuckDuckGo … They all know about it …

 

II-3-E … Vajradanda and Vajra …

This is of the path of Vajrayana Buddhism … This golden channel is also the Vajra which Buddhists systems utilize in their practices … But since the “self manifestation of the Vajra” and that too inside the aspirants microcosm (i.e. physical vehicle) cannot be discussed here, so I shall take up this discussion in a later appropriate part of this text …

Note: This concept of Vajra is also related to the origination and dissolution phase of a universe … During the origination phase of a universe, the same Vajra gets made in the center of the originating universe and all that is manifested (i.e. all originated microcosms who begin resting within a universe) also gets originated out of that macrocosmic Vajra only … And the reverse happens during the dissolution phase of a universe …

Note continues: It is to this discussed state that Vajrayana Buddhism eventually relates and since this itself is a part of the much earlier knowledge of Siddha systems, so I also consider Vajrayana Buddhism as a Siddha Path itself … That Siddha path which relates to the golden channel of (or Vajradanda) our discussion is also the one which makes an aspirant to acquire a evolutionary standing within the macrocosmic hierarchies which could only be termed as phenomenal …

 

II-3-F … Mount Meru … Or Mount Sumeru or Meru Parvat … Or self manifested luminous staff which is resting at the base of spine (i.e. inside the spinal column) and which extends into the highest heavens of beyond (i.e. the 8th plexus) … Or simply the Merudanda or the staff of Mount Meru which self manifests inside the aspirant …

The lower end of Merudanda is not painted golden in above figure, but interested aspirants can very well imagine it and correlate its origin point to the same point where we had told about a serene yellow light manifesting near the base of spine and where this serene yellow light also extends until slightly above the prostate gland of men (women can find the corresponding point in their own anatomy) …

At this stage of accomplishment of above figure, the spinal column itself is that Meru Danda or the staff of Mount Meru …

And the topmost part of Merudanda is where the mount of Meru actually is and this point is just like the white pot of lighted butter that is shown in above painting …

Thus what Hindu’s term as Mount Meru is nothing but the state of above painting and due to this reason, the aspirant who accomplishes the state of above painting, is the one who accomplished Mount Sumeru also …

Such an aspirant is the leader of “men and divine beings alike” …

Note: Above fact is also subtly told in the Islamic lore as follows … When Khuda Tala had made the worlds, he called all the Makhlooks (i.e. all the macrocosmic speciological parts) and the angels were also present at that time … At that time, Allah Tala instructed all of his Makhlooks that “if a human becomes an accomplished man (which itself is related the state of a Yogi who is shown in above painted figure)” then even the angels should listen to him (some interpreters also say “bow down to him”) … After the state of above figure is achieved which itself denotes “the earlier ordinary man becoming an accomplished man” then this statement of Allah Tala is always complied by all macrocosmic speciological parts, including the subtle beings and angels … I say so not basis anything imaginary, but through a direct experience of this compliance to the discussed instruction as was of Khuda Tala to all parts of his own macrocosmic speciology, of this earthly and every other world system …

 

II-3-G … Vajradanda and Staff of Moses …

This golden channel was also the staff that was given to Moses by God whilst he was at Mount Sinai (i.e. Meru Parvat of Vedas) … The same mount Sinai, which itself is the Sumeru Parvat (i.e. Mount Sumeru) of Yogic and Vedic lore’s is also present inside each aspirant … And from an inward point of view to which Biblical lore eventually relates and as far as its roots of this Yogic knowledge is concerned, the description of Moses standing on top of Mount Sinai is what the rise of consciousness to the 8th plexus and beyond as has been depicted in above figure, actually denotes …

Note: During those ancient times those who were liberated whilst alive, were addressed as “Jeevanmukta (i.e. emancipated whilst still incarnated)” … This emancipation is the state of resting in “Moksha which is the Sanskrit form for liberation” and that too whilst still alive …

That aspirant who was “liberated whilst alive” was also addressed as “Mokshe” which means “one who has already achieved Moksha or liberation whilst he or she is still alive” …

When I study the macrocosmic seeded impressional fields (i.e. Samskaras) that are still available (or still present) within the consciousness plane of this planet (i.e. Bhu Chitta) and which relate to the time of Moses, then the following is what comes to fore …

One of the very highly evolved sages who was a “Mokshe i.e. that sage was already liberated whilst alive” went west … Whilst in the west, he came to be addressed as “Moshe” … This is how the Jewish folks of those times used to address him …

And the same sage who was addressed as Moshe by the Jewish folks came to be addressed as Moses in the later Christian lore and as Musa (or Moosa) in the even later Islamic lore’s …

Note continues: The term “Mokshe” actually was a title which denoted the achievement of being liberated (i.e. achievement or resting in the state of Moksha) and that too whilst still being alive and thus whilst still holding a physical vehicle …

And thus the name Mokshe (or Moshe of west) was not the real name of Prophet Moses and the Mount Sinai itself is the Mount Meru of Vedic lore, whose root is present inside each aspirants microcosm (base of spine) and whose uppermost part which is beyond an aspirants microcosm, is what stands subtly depicted by above painted sketch …

So Moses standing on top of Mount Sinai (i.e. Mount Sumeru) is also subtly denoting his risen state of consciousness, at least beyond the crown plexus and that too at least inside the six petalled Mind plexus (Mind plexus is just below the golden channel) …

And at this stage when great sage called Moksha (Moshe or Moses or Moosa) was standing at the Mount called Sinai (i.e. Mount Sumeru) God telling Moses “I Am That, I Am” itself denotes the stage of gaining the self knowledge of the mega-statement (or Mahavakya) of Yajurveda which in the much earlier Sanskrit language was told as follows …

 

“Ahum Brahmasmi … I Am That”

 

Note continues: If the consciousness rises up the Brahmarandra (i.e. secret crevice of creator which is inside the skull bones) then it transits the six petalled mind plexus … And when the consciousness rises up in the Shivarandra (i.e. secret crevice of Lord Shiva which is in the middle of head) then it reaches above depicted figure …

So if the consciousness rises in any of these two secret crevices, it still reaches the end part of the Merudanda (i.e. spinal column) and it is due to this reason both these accomplishments have been termed as Mount Meru only (as the same self realization happens) …

And this sameness is even when the 8th plexus is a state which is much beyond the mind plexus …

 

II-3-H … Khanda Saab … This was told in Sikhism by Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaaj … This Khanda is told to be of Bhagwan Kalki and is told to be of 300 hands long …

Actually the golden channel as is depicted in above figure is a very-very long one and to transit it fully and successfully also takes a very-very long time …

My transit through the stage of above painting was in the pitch of night when I woke up due to very severe pressures, winds and electric-heat inside the spine and which always manifests when the consciousness pot which originally is located about 2-3 finger breadths below the navel, begins rising upwards to the head and eventually reaches into the 8th plexus that is being discussed here …

And since I could not measure the length of the golden channel which itself is the Khanda as was described in Sikh lore, so I would have to go by what was told by Guru Gobind Singh Ji Maharaaj and humbly accept that its length is definitely of 300 hands only …

But at the same time and as was discussed earlier, to accomplish the 8th plexus and reach the final state as is shown in above painting, state this rise is of three and half times through the 8th plexus … This is also a fact which is symbolically reflected in the symbol of Khanda itself …

 

II-3-I … Sword of Christ (Second coming of Jesus) … This golden channel was told as a rod by which the coming one would smite the nations …

This rod is rightly told to be coming out (or originating from) of the mouth of the awaited one … Wow, this is a highly esoteric Yogic concept and that too of Vedic lore only and thus I also find it necessary to explain it here, but basis personal experiences of this fact …

When the consciousness is just about to begin rising upwards and thus is just to about slowly but steadily begin climbing up the vast length of the golden channel (Vajradanda), then the sound of Raam (Raam Naad) is heard … This sound is like the “simultaneous roar of a thousand lions” inside the aspirants microcosm …

As the consciousness vehicle of the aspirant just about begins climbing up the Vajradanda (i.e. the golden channel), it begins looks upwards …

This looking upwards is directly related to the centrally located, colorless crystal like, supremely conscious, Ishaan face of Sadashiva which is also present inside the aspirants microcosm (as Sadashiva is a Vedic deity, so he has to be present in each aspirants microcosm in addition to being present in the greater macrocosmic creation because this condition itself was one of the primary criterion of choosing a Vedic deity during those ancient times) …

As that point when the aspirants consciousness vehicle is just about to enter into the Vajradanda and thus is standing at the entry point of the golden channel of our discussion and when it just about begins looking upward, then at such a stage it seems like “the golden channel is originating out of the mouth of that consciousness vehicle of the aspirant” which is just about to begin rising up the golden channel whilst looking upwards at the vast length of the golden channel …

Thus this is also that stage of the consciousness vehicle (of such an aspirant) which is directly referring to that Biblical statement which says about the rod which comes out of the mouth of the awaited one and by which he shall ultimately smite all nations …

And this was only stated so because of the fact that this golden channel contains vast quantum of macrocosmic energies which begin manifesting within and around physical and subtler vehicles of that aspirant who has entered into it …

And due to these vast macrocosmic energies, the Vedic lore, the Biblical lore and Sikh lore state that he (i.e. the awaited one) shall be the one who cannot be controlled and he ultimately would be the victor of all …

 

II-3-J … Mahamrityunjaya Mantra … This Mantra of Rig Veda Samhita shall be taken up in detail in a later state of the current set of topics on the 8th plexus …

 

But as far as this one is concerned, following could be told in brief …

This is the Mantra that is eternal heard at a point where that aspirant begins moving beyond the thousand petalled crown plexus (7th plexus of Brahmarandra chakra or Sahasrara) and is just about to enter into the Vajradanda (or golden channel) …

At the meeting point of the exit point of the 7th plexus and the commencement point of the Vajradanda which is reached after moving beyond the crown plexus, is the highly luminous point of entry into the Vajradanda (or the golden channel) … Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is heard at this point itself …

Mahamrityunjaya Mantra is that Mantra which leads to a final victory over death … That sage who is deathless gets the above shown golden body which itself is the eternal body of the Biblical lore’s and which is told granted by God of the Bible to deserving aspirants only …

I was taught the esoteric secrets of this Mantra many transmigrated incarnations ago when I was a King who also was a disciple of Gurudeva Brahmarishi Vishvamitra and who also happens to be one of the seven primary sages of this great-eon (i.e. Mahayuga Chakra) which has a lifetime of 4.32 million human solar years (as per middle time units of precession) …

The topic continues further …

 

 

 

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