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The Gayatri Mantra

1. And then just to cheer Me up, outside, the Gayatri Mantra is being played.

People have forgotten perhaps, but Goddess Gayatri is the Goddess of the Morning, sunshine.

She is not the wife of Brahma who does not exist, but the daughter of Lord Vishnu.

Her other name is Goddess Laxshmi, satan.

I worshipped and gave all My love to Goddess Gayatri from 1980.

She lit up My heart, and of course I will always love Her.


When the eyes of 2 not nice people meet and they KNOW, they do not look away, and moisture does

not come to their eyes.They also do not say damn. And a few hours or less they have forgotten.


In the old days in India, boys and girls did not look at each other except after marriage,
or after marriage arrangements had been made.

Indeed, a woman would not look at her husband except when they were in private.


A man might pass a woman in the street and would make sure to look away, except for one glance at her eyes.

And of course, the same for a woman. But, this was just upbringing. Thoughts of sex arose in them.

But, in Tamil Nadu, the same thing, but moisture would come into their eyes, all single girls and boys

were suitable for one another.


And thoughts of sex or sexual activity would not enter a man or woman's mind, except only with their wife or husband,

and that after marriage arrangements had been made.

The Gayatri Mantra

Aum Bhur Bhuvah Swah, Tat Savitur Varenyam
Bargo Devasya Dhimahi, Dhiyo Yo Nah Prachodayat

In the old days in India, a boy became Hindu when he received his single sacred thread,
and received a double thread upon marriage.
All boys, not just Brahmin caste, underwent the Upanayanam ceremony to receive their sacred thread,
and thereupon committed themselves to chant the Gayatri mantra, with the giving of water to
Goddess
Gayatri, and then to partake of the prasad which She returned to the boy (3 sips of water),
and return the rest of the water to Mother earth.
Well, of course, I religiously chanted the Gayatri Mantra after My upanayanam ceremony, and continued faithfully until I surrendered Myself to Lord Vishnu, in 2001.
But, I was always a little puzzled about what it meant. I read widely and one person said this and another that.
Bear in mind that Goddess Gayatri whom I will love for ever is Satan (but is evil no more, as I mention elsewhere).
Here is what the Buddhists taught, the true meaning of Gayatri mantra:
Aum. The division of God into 3 parts, His good part, His neutral part and His evil part.
Corresponding to this in reverse order are:
Bur. Evil (my penis)
Bura. and death.
Swaga. forge, bind (me to). The Hindi word is 'swage'.
Tat. That (ie these two which are controlled by:)
Savitur. (Savita, another name of Goddess Gayatri, Satan.)
Varenyam. dweller of Varanasi (Benares, Kashi, the key centre of Buddhist worship in the old days, subjected to 700 years of Muslim rule)
Baj. (whose) organ (vagina)
Gol. (is my) goal
Dhava. (it) assaults (Hindi),
Ya. yes (ie. just confirming)
Dimagi. (my) fills my mind death
Dyo. such
Yo. that
Nah. (Savita may) not
Praha. punish (me)
Daya. (please) pity (me).

Upanayanam
upaj. produce
nay. not
nam. name

For the Buddhists, the upanayanam ceremony was not about giving the boy a name,
but about requiring him to give produce to Goddess Gayatri.



Vaishya were prostitutes, the meaning in Hindi.
The produce given originally by the Buddhists was of course semen.

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