By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh
Mayan was an individual who had the depth and clarity of perception to understand the physics of manifestation of Pure Consciousness (Absolute Space) from its unmanifest state (Vastu) to its manifest state (Vaastu). Through precise mathematical formulas Mayan was able to recreate the process of pure consciousness (Absolute Space) becoming conscious and awakened in structures such as buildings, temples, statues, dance, music and other forms of expression. These structures created in this way became “live” or living structures. One might say that through the knowledge of “consciousness becoming conscious,” life was breathed into forms and structures.
In addition, through precise mathematical formulas, Mayan was able to create structures that were not only alive with pure consciousness but also resonated specifically to the individual resonance of any given human being. Thus, the human being had direct and immediate contact/resonance with Pure Consciousness making the individual more alive
and vibrant “just as life is within the space boundaries of our flesh and skin” (oral commentary by Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati).
Dr V. Ganapati Sthapati writes:
Mayan the architect and town planner of India and the progenitor of Vaastu Shastra lived in the southern part of the Indian subcontinent, known as Kumari Mandalam (Lumerian Continent), some ten to fifteen thousand years ago. He is the author of Mayamata Vastu Shastra and Surya Siddhanta, the two great works, which are still alive, being used by scholars and practitioners, all over India. They have revolutionized the erstwhile material culture of India into a spiritual one and today they are known worldwide and admired for the rich scientific material, they contain.
References about him are found in our epics Ramayanam and Mahabharatam. In Mahabharatam, he is found to have been introduced by Veda Vyasa to Arjuna as Viswakarama – “ahamhi Viswakarma vai dana vanam mahakavi’ – I am the Viswakarma (the creator) and the great poet of the Danava clan. It shows that he was adored as the poet of Danavas and as Viswakarma, implying thereby that Mayan was aware of the dynamics of the Space and was able to apply the space-mechanism in his own creations and transform them to little universes on earth. Whatever be the creation, a building, a sculpture, a town or a city, they behaved like living organisms pulsating with life. Hence he was rightly called Viswakarma of the material world or sometimes as the Viswakarama of the celestial world. No scientist of his caliber or status is found to have emerged in the soil of Bharat to date.
In Ramayana, Maharishi Valmiki extols him as highly enlightened and endowed with super human intelligence and talents. In the words of Sage Valmiki, Mayan was ‘mahatejaswi’ and ‘maayaavi’. ‘mayonaama mahaateja maayaavi vaanarishabha.’
Another notable discovery made recently is that he was the author of Pranava Veda, the primal and most significant of all Vedas, which is referred in Bhagavata Mahapuranam as ‘eka eva pura vedah pranavo sarva vangmayah’, whereby, Veda Vyasa confirms the existence of the one and only Veda in the very remote past. Today it is found to have been
originated in the Kumari Continent, Mayan being the author. The text in technical Tamil, as the Siddha literature of the Tamils, is getting printed and likely to see the light of day before long.
Among his great achievements, Mayan identified the structure of infinite and finite energy particles. Mayan defined the vibration of inner Space and outer space as a quantifiable, and was able to identify the structure of energy particles and an order in the development of forms of matter. He described Absolute Time and used mathematics to define frequency and vibration.
In this mandala Shiva or Nataraja, represents the scientific principle of vibrating pure energy and depicts frequency in the Absolute Space/Time continuum. The form is both male and female with the left side and upturned foot being the female aspect of creation – Shakti. This will be discussed in more detail later.
There exists an order in the Universe – subtle universe, and material universe. This power is attributed to the consciousness of the cosmic space as well as of the inner space of the animate beings. This consciousness, by its personal effort to express its own inner feelings, causes a kind of vibration or pulsation in the inner space, resulting in energy-grids. The vibration or pulsation, being the causal element of all these events, is called KAALA. This is actually the force of energy aroused by the inner consciousness, causing waves and contributing to the growth of living forms. This KAALA resides in all living beings. So, space is the offshoot of the vibration of the primordial energy. This is how the space was born. All forms of nature are manifest forms of subtle energy. For all to get manifested, the force is KAALAM. This wave-form frequency realm is the creative element of the universe.” (Aintiram)
Mayan took these fundamental principles and applied them to all manifestations of consciousness. Thus, the force of Kaalam (Absolute Time, pulse, frequency) was seen to influence the entire cosmos. Mayan articulated these and other principles in a number of texts including the one million verses of the Pranava Veda.
Next weekend we will see a brief overview of Pranava Veda and Aintiram.
Fabric of The Universe: The Origins, Implications, and Applications of Vastu Science By Jessie J. Mercay. Text and diagrams, with permission, from Dr. Jessie Mercay, Fabric of the Universe, aumscience.com/wordpress. For any questions please visit http://www.aumscience.com.