Primal Energy – Representation

By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh

The genesis of this self-activating process begins with Zero Space – Soonyambaram. Imagine a vast, unbounded field of pure, unmoving vibrant potential energy. This field has no beginning and no end. It just is. This is the field called Absolute Space. This Zero Space can be visualized as an uncompounded, vibrant, concentrated square energy form (Eka pada) likened to a burning ember (Moolak Kanalnilai) pregnant with potential yet in vibrant stillness (nilaiyasi). It can be viewed as an unimaginably concentrated point of energy.

View of Eka pada from above looking down.

From a cross-section or side view, it can be represented here for the sake of analogy as a flat line.

This Absolute Space is Zero Point or Zero Time, no time or pulse, Absolute stillness and silence yet filled with potential energy.

Ōm Ōm Iyalviri Olinirai 1
Nilai Iyal Kalaiperu Miyalvirivey 2
Ōm Ōm Moolap Porulneri 3
Naarpurat Thiyalnilai Kalaisudarey 4
Ōm Ōm Ennilai Arupaan 5
Naankiyal Kanakkiyal Sittravayey 6
Ōm Ōm Sudaroli Moolak 7
Kanalnilai Onkurum perunthiraney 8

The self-spread Ōm light exists in a permanent state of luminosity. This luminosity is amazingly creative in appearance. The orderly shape of this primal source of luminous flame is four-sided (square). The mathematical state of this square is a composition of sixty-four microbodes or grids. The luminous primal ember contained within this square has enormous potency. (Pranava Veda, verse 3)

In this verse Mayan uses the word square for the first time (Naarpurat Thiyalnilai – four-sided shape). This gives shape to the unimaginably enormous flame that he describes in his previous verses. There are number of other references that explain the shape of the primal source of energy. Vaastu Purusha chaturasra samstaha – Vaastu (material energy), purusha (embodied primal energy), chaturasra (square), samstaha (contained).

We will see more details on this process next weekend.


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Fabric of the Universe – Origin of the World!

By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh

Mayan’s greatest achievement, and root of all of his other achievements, was the discovery of the Brahmam principle, which is akin to modern Unified Field Theory (the field of Brahmam) and quantum physics (the actions of particles and waves within the Unified Field). Not only did he discover The Brahmam principle but he also discovered principles akin to modern point theory, wave theory, string theory, and particle theory. He, in a nutshell, was able to describe the fabric of the universe and the innate functioning of an underlying intelligence responsible for the formation of matter. And, in that description, he explained a fundamental particle (micro and macro) from which all of life arises.

Mayan in his understanding of the Unified field and quantum field activities (ripples in the Unified field) was able to go farther than modern science. Mayan states:

“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)

Without exception, the ancient Vedic texts speak of Mayans’ Brahmam principle. Modern science has, in theory, come to understand that there is that one unified field from which the material world arises yet it is only a theory today. However, Mayan thought of it, saw it and described it – the Brahmam principle.

Mayan identified the structure of infinite and finite energy particles. Mayan defined the vibration of inner Space and outer Space as a quantifiable one by virtue of which he was able to identify the structure of these energy particles and an order in the development of forms of matter. He discovered that the subtlest and smallest particle exists as a cubical structure containing a vibrating Thread of Consciousness or Cosmic Fire. This Cosmic Fire is the creative element. This particle he called anu or Microabode (Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati). The Microabode is the smallest particle in the Absolute or relative existence. It is the foundation from which all matter rises. Absolute Space is packed with these energy particles.

It is from these particles that Absolute Space manifests itself through Time, OM Light, OM Sound, the subtle aspects of the Pancha Bhutas (five elements –air, fire, water, earth, space). At this point, there is a question in the minds of almost every human in history: Why? A philosopher asks – Why did the Absolute manifest Itself? A religious person asks ‐ Why did God create the world? A scientist asks – Why does the quantum field project forth sound and light waves that form the material world? At last, we have the answer thanks to Mamuni Mayan:

Dr. Sthapati says that “the paradox lies in the utter simplicity of the answer: The Moolam (Brahmam) is in love with its own inherent beauty and this beauty it searches for on the outside and this perfection it constantly creates, so that it may forever savor and enjoy this ultimate beauty. In its desire to create a substantive representation of itself on the outside, in order to savor its own beauty, the Moolam impels itself into a spin. Upon rotating the particles are thrown out all around the center. Mayan says that it is from this action of discharging particles of light from the luminous core that the Moolam anticipates the end product of a manifested outer phenomenon. The very act of anticipation of a final outcome and the effort put into bringing this about are the reasons for the ultimate object to be transformed into a reality from being figment of an inner dream.”

Tomorrow we will explore this process more deeply with a summary written by an advanced student of the American University of Mayonic Science and Technology. 🙂


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The Aintiram – The Five Aspects

By Dr. Jessie Mercay
posted by Ganesh

In Mayan’s deep, spiritual and scientific treatise called the Aintiram, the profound underpinnings of Vastu Science are articulated.

Aintiram is a multidimensional treatise on Energy and Matter, Space and Time, Order and Beauty. Absolute time creates life said Mayan in his Aintiram. He added that “Mathematics has its roots in the Time unit and Architecture is the zenith achievement of mathematics.” Aindiram is an embodiment of the subtle and penetrating theories of five aspects (Ain-Tiram) namely, Moolam (Prime Existence), Kaalam (Time), Seelam (Rhythm), Kolam (Form) and Gnalam (Earth). Mayan views the entire cosmic phenomenon in terms of these five aspects.

The following is a summary of some of the principles put forth by Mayan in the Aintiram:

1. Nothing is created – it is manifested from the One Source.
2. The Originating Source is sometimes called Moolam, Brahmam (Quantum Field)
3. It constantly creates (manifests) so that it may forever savor and enjoy its own Ultimate Beauty. That is, the Originating Source found itself to be so beautiful and perfect, and in love with that beauty and perfection that it manifested itself in different material forms in order to experience and savor that beauty eternally.
4. This Originating Source or spiritual center is Moolam (meaning source), Maiyyam (meaning center) and Pulli meaning point) – the central source point of consciousness – pure energy.
5. All objects of nature are unified entities (forms)of energy and matter.
6. The free space is the unified field of energy and matter and source of all forms that we see in material world.
7. There are two OMs: OM Light and OM Sound, the former is the source of all visible objects and the latter, the source of all aural forms.
8. All material forms of the universe are musical forms or have taken shape on musical rhythm or musical scale.
9. Time creates, sustains, and destroys all, so created.
10. The primal manifest form of the unmanifest is square (primal wave pattern).
11. The primal square pattern is designated as the diagram of embodied energy – Vaastu Purusha mandala.
12. The free space is packed with cubical atoms of energy. They are building blocks of the structure of the universe.
13. The cube is micro-abode called Sittravai/Chittrambalam (mini hall in Tamil).
14. Within the hall there is a vertical luminous shaft called Brahma Sutra (Oli nool).
15. This Olinool/Brahma Sutra is a shaft of consciousness also called Moolathoon/Moolasthambham.
16. This shaft of consciousness vibrates in a particular order called rhythm. This is the order of nature.
17. This rhythmic vibration of the shaft of consciousness is the dance of Shiva, the Space.
18. The micro space, in the cubical shape is foetus, Garbha or Bindu. This is known as Vinkaru in Tamil.
19. This micro abode is the repository of light and sound.
20. The free space is Light and the Light is Moolam or source of the universe and universal forms. Light is Brahman, Atman, Vastu Brahman – Nun porul in Tamil.
21. The embodied energy is Vaastu Brahman/Vaastu Purushan. The space enclosed in a building is Prasada Purushan – energized building –Building is a living organism, built of musical units of measure.
22. Architecture is the supreme achievement of mathematics.
23. Mathematics is rooted in the dynamism of Absolute Time.
24. Time is the vibration of Space.
25. Time and Space are equal.
26. Time is one of the subtle elements of Space (akasa).
27. Time is the causal element of all objects of the Universe.
28. The microcosmic structure is in total identity with macrocosmic structure.
29. The supreme space is throbbing every moment to express itself out.
30. Through the power of inner consciousness, the knower of Vastu should know about light aspects and sound aspects of OM pertaining to both inner and outer space.
31. Those who do not realize the creative dynamism of inner space cannot know the dynamism of outer space (195,831).

These thirty-one principles form part of the foundation of the sciences called building architecture of Sthapatya Veda, Vaastu Shastra and Traditional Indian Architecture. These are commonly called Vastu or Vaastu. While these ideas may seem unfamiliar or perhaps abstract, their meaning and significance becomes clear as one delves more deeply into the science of Vastureva Vaastu- energy becoming matter through the manifestation process which we will go through in next weekend.


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, For any questions please visit

What is “Sacred Geometry”?

Wise men over the ages have noted patterns in nature from the largest macrocosmic entities in the cosmos to the tiniest microscopic particles, invisible to the naked eye. You could call them laws of nature. These geometrical blueprints structure all of creation. Each pattern is an architectural foundation for objects in nature and each has unique vibrational resonances. Yet each part is intricately and wondrously tied to the whole of creation – to shape a reality of unity permeating all of diversity.

Buildings are a living organism, like the human nervous system, and can be designed in “harmonic resonance” with the basic underlying energy structure of the universe.

“Space is the fundamental source and energy for all things, for their origination and for their existence. This important scientific concept, the tradition of Vaastu has been holding with it from the Vedic period and, in fact, from the period even prior to Vedic times. It maintains that SPACE itself turns into spatial forms and it has its own mathematical order or dynamics for changing into aural and visual forms. In Indian civilization, all temples, sculptures, architectural constructions … are the creations by shilpins of the tradition of Vaastu Science. Being born of this tradition, these creations render not only physical pleasure but also spiritual bliss and well being. This spiritual science … moulds us and directs us to experience the inexplicable spiritual bliss by effecting a communion between its own artistic creations and spiritual consciousness.”

“Space is energy filled or energy stuffed. If this energetic space gets limited or enclosed by four walls then the building becomes a living organism, having rhythmic vibrancy. Like the inner space enclosed with-in our bodies, the house also feels and vibrates. This rhythmic vibration is made to resonate with our inner vibrations and by this resonance the indweller of the house is able to be in harmony and communion with the universal space (Supreme Soul) and to experience spiritual bliss.

– Dr. Ganapati Sthapati

You can also check this video to know more.


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Thank you WordPress!

I like to thank all the followers, visitors, and finally the WordPress from bottom of my heart! WordPress has been a great platform to learn and share the knowledge with all my friends in the search of Absolute Truth. I was able to explore and express my Self in the best way as never before. It would my great pleasure even if this blog helps to light (0.01%) Self Awareness in you. Today we reached the spiritual milestone of 108 followers. It’s the perfect moment to discuss about the importance of very special number “108”.

The number 108 is considered sacred in many religions, traditions, and connected yoga and dharma based practices. The individual numbers 1, 0, and 8 represent one thing, nothing, and everything (infinity). 108 represents the ultimate reality of the universe as being (seemingly paradoxically) simultaneously One, Emptiness, and Infinite.


The ancient Indians were excellent mathematicians and 108 may be the product of a precise mathematical operation. 1 to 1st power=1; 2 to 2nd power=4 (2×2); 3 to 3rd power=27 (3x3x3). 1X4x27=108. In geometric terms it is a natural division of circle (108=36+72=9 X 12). 108 is a Harshad number, which is an integer divisible by the sum of its digits (Harshad is from Sanskrit, and means “great joy”).

Energy Points

There are said to be 108 energy lines, or nadis, converging to form the heart chakra. Marma points (Varman Points or Acupressure points) are like Chakras, or intersection of energy, with fewer converging energy lines. There are said to be 108 marmas in the subtle body. On Sri Yantra, the Marmas have 54 intersecting energy lines where three lines intersect. Each has feminine, or shakti, and masculine, or shiva, qualities. 54 X 2 = 108. Therefore there are 108 points that define the human body and the Sri Yantra or the Yantra of Creation. The same rule is observed in the Sanskrit language, with its 54 letters, both representing the two genders and they are also called Shiva and Shakti respectively; again, 54 X 2= 108.

Astronomy and Astrology

The earth cycle is supposed to be of 2160 years = 20 x 108. The distance between the Earth and Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Sun. The diameter of the Sun is 108 times the diameter of the Earth. The distance between the Earth and Moon is 108 times the diameter of the Moon.

There are 12 constellation and 9 arc segments. 9 times 12 equal 108. The 9 planets travelling through the 12 signs/zodiac constitute the whole of existence. 9 x 12 = 108. The 27 nakshatras or lunar constellations spread over the 4 elements – fire, earth, air, water or the 4 directions – north, south, east, and west. This also constitutes the whole of existence. 27 x 4 = 108.

108 signifies the wholeness of the divinity, perfect totality. Renowned ancient scholars viewed 108 as a number of the wholeness of existence. Using the number 108 helps us coordinate the rhythm of time and space & we remain in harmony with the spiritual powers of nature.


Spirituality – The Ultimate Reality?

As in Micro, so in Macro. The whole exists within the minutest particle and the minutest particle contains the whole. The atom contains the universe and the universe contains the atom, and neither exists without the other. Creator exists within creation, even as creation exists within creator.

– Brahmarishi Mayan, circa 10,500 BC

Spirituality is the Ultimate Source of Reality. All the Universe, Nature, Science, Mathematics, Physics, Music, Dance, Arts and Architecture follow the same pattern. All are the application of one and the same. Based on our field of interest we can choose any one and do a deep analysis. At the end every one will join at one same point. The video given above is an excellent analysis to show the application of Spirituality in each and every atom of Universe from Mathematical point of view.