Wednesday, December 9, 2015


                If we observe the primary forms and the principles of the religious institutions, which attract the people, and make them fear, we can easily understand their nature.

            The man who searches  for the causes of the problems in present also look into the past and relates the cause and effect. At the same time He/She assumes His/Her future. Every person can follow this same way and the results which are prepared at beforehand are as follows. 

           Atma doesn't have the Death. The Body(person) is  like the shirt of (being of the body) Atma. There are results for each action done by the Body. To experience them there is the second birth for the Atma. The Birth and the Death are inevitable.

            For this type of propaganda, India is the strongest dais.  In the past, present and future, the being of the body posses the fruits of the body itself.

               There is no death for the Atma. The results of the actions don't adhere the Atma.  Fire doesn't burn it. Water doesn't make it wet. These are the prevalent formulations in India.

          This theory divides the personalities in a family as three types, Daiva, Rkshasa, and Manava. It is unnecessary to discuss the results of this classification and how it is understood by the people.

                This three type personality classification is not other than the three different natures of different persons in a single Atom. Every physical family has  the three type Personalities.

            There is no place for like and dislikes in the issues of Truth.

            Like, dislike, acceptance, opposition, argument, response are generated only for the Untruth.

    There is Heven, Hell, Vaikuntham, Mokham, getting oneness in the God, getting a second birth in lower position are ready for  this type of propaganda  as the Futures.

                   In the name of Future, and Past they make fear the People, delude them, seduce them, torture them and even they don't hesitate to kill them . This is the history of this type of philosophy.

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