By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh
In Indian Sculpture and Iconography (Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati) this will be further demonstrated on later where discussion on Nata Manam – measurement of the body in flexion is conducted. The measure of flexion when turned sideways is none but the form of a sine wave. See figure below.
In light of these ideas, Vishnu and other Gods and Goddesses may be viewed as Gods but more appropriately, should be viewed as scientific phenomenon. I contend that this is a scientific principle demonstrated and preserved by the shilpic arts and science – none other than Vaastu Science and Technology.
In the shilpic tradition, the ‘medium” is stone, metal, clay, wood, etc., and the mathematical formula used to create the form serves as the boundary that the waves strike and cause vibration. Another example of the coding of scientific principles in Mayonic Science and Technology is illustrated by the following information derived from the writings of P.V.N. Murthy (Author and Editor: http://www.vedsri.org/linguamths.asp)
“Take the 2 words Ganapathi and Shanmuham appearing in books on different topics. Logically, a person reading them from a Hindu religious book will immediately think of Lord Ganesha or Vinayaka with a potbelly, elephant head sitting with a big mouse at his foot and of Lord Subramanya with a three-headed dagger in his hand, sitting on a peacock. It will also come to mind they both have a brotherly relationship. Suppose the same names appear in a pure biography book and a person not knowing any Hindu religious names reads them. No Gods will come to his mind at all. He will only think of some places or persons having these names.
Suppose either a religious, or a stranger to Hindu religion, not having any knowledge of science and mathematics reads these words in an actual science or mathematics book and suppose he does not know the subject of the book also. He is sure to get thoroughly confused. The words would appear non-cohesive, irrelevant and do not make a meaningful sentence. He might even mistake them for mysterious ‘mantras’. He may fumble upon them in his curiosity to make out something useful. This might substantiate the third possibility. Suppose a scientist or mathematician knowing the exact code of the language in which the book was written reads the same 2 words. He takes the exact meanings:
- ‘Gana’ = cubic; ‘pathi’ = space (or owner of gana); ‘Shan’ = 6; ‘muham’ = face.
- ‘Ganapathi Shanmuham’ = 6 faces of the cubic space. Incidentally, this is a mathematical concept in physics that a perfect cube of a given length has 6 faces. This substantiates the first possibility.”
So we see that the knowledge of the six-sided Vastu cube (microabode) is encoded and preserved in the statues of Ganapati and his brother. Another example of this scientific code hidden in the names and forms of Shilpic designs is the description given to the Nataraja or Dancing Shiva. Traditional practitioners in the Shiva temples adore Nataraja as “Kalacakra Pravartakah.” The translation of this is “the one who wields the clusters of time units and time divisions on various planes.” (Dr. S.P. Sabharathnam, Introduction to Mayan’s Aintiram, p. xv). This clearly refers to the Space Time units discussed at length in this book.
While this information refers to linguistic encoding I would like to point out that language formation and meaning is within the scope Mayonic Science and Technology. The shilpi tradition has used visual language to encode scientific principles and aural language to encode the same scientific principles by naming the forms they create. Their visual literacy is directly connected with verbal literacy. They create in name and form a heretofore-secret scientific code in the forms that have survived the centuries.
This is an extremely exciting era in the unveiling of the secret scientific codes preserved by Mayonic Science and Technology through the Shilpis, sthapatis and other members of the scientist/artist Viswarkarmas of Mother India.
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.