Saturday, 28 February 2015

There is no religion higher than Truth said copycat Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi

THE SECRETS OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT, HINDUTVA AND SATANISM
---PART-2



Mohandas K Gandhi's most famous quote "There is no religion higher than Truth" is not even his quote, but the motto of The Theosophist Society.
Mohandas was the Master deceiver and counterfeit person, who blatantly copied from all and sundry.

Blatavsky is a Satanist who has praised LUCIFER/SATAN openly in her writings.

According to Blavatsky’s esoteric theology, "Lucifer is divine and terrestrial light, the ‘Holy Ghost’ and ‘Satan,’ at one and the same time…" Her Secret Doctrine further stated,

"And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon, the 'Lord of Phosphorus,' and Lucifer, or 'Light-Bearer,' is in us: it is our Mind – our tempter and Redeemer, our intelligent liberator and Saviour from pure animalism." (Vol. 2, p. 513)

The Indian National Congress (and its Counterparts) was started by Allan O Hume (A Theosophist). It is a known fact that Mohandas K Gandhi was a Theosophist by religion (as publicly professed in his own Biography). Annie Besant was a Theosophist.

Mohandas K Gandhi was a Mahatma of the Theosophists. He is not a Mahatma of the Nation or the World.

THIS IS A SUMMARY OF EULOGIOUS WRITINGS BY MOHANDAS K GANDHI ON THEOSOPHISM
Theosophy is the teaching of Madame Blavatsky. It is Hinduism at its best. Theosophy is the Brotherhood of Man. … Jinnah and other Moslem leaders were once members of the Congress. They left it because they felt the pinch of Hinduism patronizing. … They did not find the Brotherhood of Man among the Hindus. They say Islam is the Brotherhood of Man. As a matter of fact, it is the Brotherhood of Moslems. Theosophy is the Brotherhood of Man.” [1]
“It was through theosophy that Gandhi was induced to study his own heritage. This effect was generated in many Indians.” [2]
“Towards the end of my second year in England I came across two Theosophists, brothers, and both unmarried. They talked to me about the Gita [i.e. the Bhagavad Gita]. They were reading Sir Edwin Arnold’s translation –
The Song Celestial – and they invited me to read the original with them. I felt ashamed, as I had read the divine poem neither in Sanskrit nor in Gujarati. I was constrained to tell them that I had not read the Gita, but that I would gladly read it with them, and that though my knowledge of Sanskrit was meagre, still I hoped to be able to understand the original to the extent of telling where the translation failed to bring out the meaning. I began reading the Gita with them. The verses in the second chapter … made a deep impression in my mind, and they still ring in my ears. The book struck me as one of priceless worth. The impression has ever since been growing on me with the result that I regard it as the book par excellence for the knowledge of truth.” [3]
“I recall having read, at the brothers’ direction Madame Blavatsky’s Key to Theosophy. This book stimulated in me the desire to read books on Hinduism, and disabused me of the notion fostered by the missionaries that Hinduism was rife with superstition.” [4]
“He read Mme. Blavatsky’s Secret Doctrine, and on March 26, 1891, was enrolled as an associate member of the Blavatsky Lodge.” [5]
“It was in November 1889 that Gandhi met HPB [i.e. H.P. Blavatsky]. At that time, he said, he did not join the TS [i.e. Theosophical Society] because “with my meagre knowledge of my own religion, I did not want to belong to any religious body.” However, a year and a half later, on March 26, 1891, he became an associate member of the Blavatsky Lodge. Three months later, on June twelfth, he returned to India.” [6]
It is important to note that the only Theosophy recognised by Gandhi as actually being Theosophy was the original and genuine Theosophy taught and presented by H.P. Blavatsky. He very clearly expressed, when necessary, his distinctly negative view of the pseudo-Theosophy of Annie Besant and in particular C.W. Leadbeater. Since Alice Bailey’s teachings are largely based on those invented by Leadbeater, it is perhaps partly for this reason that Alice Bailey expressed a distinctly unfavourable view of Gandhi. He was a friend of B.P. Wadia and Sophia Wadia, influential figures in the United Lodge of Theosophists (ULT), an international association of Theosophical students whose expressed mission statement is “To spread broadcast the original teachings of Theosophy as recorded in the writings of H.P. Blavatsky and William Q. Judge.”
“I do not think that Mrs. Besant is a hypocrite; she is credulous and she is duped by Leadbeater. When an Englishman suggested to me to read Leadbeater’s The Life After Death, I flatly refused to do so as I had grown suspicious of him after reading his other writings. As to his humbug [i.e. fraud and deception], I came to know of if later.” [7]
“These essays of Sophia Wadia show at a glance how much similarity there is between the principal faiths of the earth in the fundamentals of life. All our mutual quarrels centre round non-essentials. Sophia Wadia’s labours will be amply rewarded if people belonging to different faiths will study faiths other than their own, with the same reverence that she has exhibited in her essays. An understanding knowledge of and respect for the great faiths of the world is the foundation of true Theosophy.” [8]

Mahatma Gandhi clearly echoed the words and message of H.P. Blavatsky and her mysterious Eastern Teachers who stood behind her and the Theosophical Movement when he said –
“The soul of religions is one, but it is encased in a multitude of forms. The latter will endure to the end of time. Wise men will ignore the outward crust and see the same soul living under a variety of crusts. … Truth is the exclusive property of no single scripture. We may call ourselves Christians, Hindus or Mohammedans. Whatever we may be, beneath that diversity there is a oneness which is unmistakable and underneath many religions there is also one religion.”
The famous motto of the Theosophical Movement is “There is no religion higher than Truth.” With Theosophy and his destined 1889 meeting with Madame Blavatsky in his mind, Gandhi famously expressed it thus: “There is no God higher than Truth.”

REFERENCES
[1] “The Life of Mahatma Gandhi” by Louis Fischer, p. 437
[2] “Gandhi in London” by James D. Hunt, p. 31
[3] “Autobiography” by M.K. Gandhi, pp. 90-91, also see “Young India” 12th November 1925.
[4] “Gandhi’s Autobiography: The Story of My Experiments with Truth” by M.K. Gandhi, pp. 60, 90-91, 321
[5] “Mahatma Gandhi Volume 1: The Early Phase” by Pyarelal Nayyar, p. 259
[6] “HPB – The Extraordinary Life and Influence of Helena Blavatsky” by Sylvia Cranston, p.195, also see “The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, Volume 1: 1884-1896” by M.K. Gandhi, p. 355
[7] “The Collected Works of Mahatma Gandhi, Volume 11”
[8] “The Brotherhood of Religions” by Sophia Wadia, foreword (p. 3) by M.K. Gandhi
[9] http://blavatskytheosophy.com/gandhi-on-blavatsky-and-theosophy/
.........................to be continued...

Wednesday, 25 February 2015

The Theosophical Society, Mohandas Gandhi and Satanism

THE SECRETS OF THE NATIONALIST MOVEMENT, HINDUTVA AND SATANISM
---PART-1

The Theosophical Society is an organization formed in 1875 to advance theosophy [1].

The Theosophical Society was officially formed in New York City, United States, in November 1875 by Helena Petrovna Blavatsky, Henry Steel Olcott, William Quan Judge and others.
Blavatsky portrayed the Theosophical Society as being part of one of many attempts throughout the millennia by this hidden Hierarchy to guide humanity – in concert with the overall Intelligent Cosmic Evolutionary scheme – towards its ultimate, immutable evolutionary objective: the attainment of perfection and the conscious, willing participation in the evolutionary process. These attempts require an earthly infrastructure (such as the Theosophical Society) which she held was ultimately under the inspiration of a number of Mahatmas, members of the Hierarchy.

Mohandas K Gandhi's most famous quote "There is no religion higher than Truth" is not his quote, but the motto of The Theosophist Society.

Blatavsky is a Satanist who has praised LUCIFER/SATAN openly in her writings.

According to Blavatsky’s esoteric theology, "Lucifer is divine and terrestrial light, the ‘Holy Ghost’ and ‘Satan,’ at one and the same time…" Her Secret Doctrine further stated,

"And now it stands proven that Satan, or the Red Fiery Dragon, the 'Lord of Phosphorus,' and Lucifer, or 'Light-Bearer,' is in us: it is our Mind – our tempter and Redeemer, our intelligent liberator and Saviour from pure animalism." (Vol. 2, p. 513)

The Indian National Congress (and its Counterparts) was started by Allan O Hume (A Theosophist). It is a known fact that Mohandas K Gandhi was a Theosophist by religion (as publicly professed in his own Biography). Annie Besant was a Theosophist.


Mohandas K Gandhi was a Mahatma of the Theosophists. He is not a Mahatma of the Nation or the World.

References:
1. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Theosophical_Society

.........................to be continued...

Thursday, 10 April 2014

Open Letter To Gujarat 2002 Riots Heroine Maya Kodnani By Sanjeev Bhatt


Open Letter To Maya Kodnani

By Sanjeev Bhatt
http://www.countercurrents.org/bhatt010912A.htm
01 September, 2012
Countercurrents.org

You are a woman and a practicing gynaecologist. How could you participate in butchering innocent and helpless women and children? You never felt the pain of the people who were screaming for mercy, who were begging for their lives, who were ripped apart in cold blood, who had images of their dear ones in eyes when they were being slaugtered? Did you ever sleep in peace after that night? Did you celebrate any birthday ceremonies of your own after that?

Could you ever smile after that butchery? Do you still enjoy red colour? Could you look at a meat shop without the religious repugnance, if any? Did you touch a baby with love ever after? Did you look at your own image in your own mind in the early hours of morning without a chill running down your spine?

Dear Maya Kodnani, are you a mother, a sister, a grandmother, perhaps? Are you human? Were you ever human? Dear Maya Kodnani, have you ever thought whether it is ok to kill another human being just because someone directed you to wreak vengeance on a particular community?Have you ever wondered whether it is acceptable to kill another just because he or she is not like you? Did it ever occur to you that slaughtering fellow human beings is a gruesome crime, even if it is committed under State patronage? Did it ever occur to you that those who patronised you might one day betray and sacrifice you for political expediency?

We can feel your pain and distress. We sincerely hope and pray to God that you get the time and opportunity to find honest and truthful answers to some of these questions during this lifetime.

God bless!

Sanjeev Bhatt

Sanjiv Bhatt is an Indian Police Service officer in Gujarat. He is known for his role in filing an affidavit in the Supreme Court of India against the Chief Minister of the Government of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, concerning Modi's alleged role in the 2002 Gujarat riots

Peeping Tom Narendra Modi and the Snoopgate: Will Big brother be watching you?

Photo of Modi with woman at centre of snooping row published
http://www.firstpost.com/politics/photo-of-modi-with-woman-at-centre-of-snooping-row-published-1254993.html

Days after the Gujarat government set up an inquiry commission to look into whether there was a conspiracy behind the leaking of taped conversations pointing to the alleged illegal surveillance of a woman on the order of Narendra Modi associate and then home minister Amit Shah, investigative portal Gulail kept the heat on the BJP's prime ministerial candidate by publishing a photograph of Modi in conversation with a woman purported to be the subject of the unauthorised surveillance.

With references to an unnamed 'Saheb' in the taped conversations, at whose behest the surveillance was conducted, the snooping scandal has become an embarrassment for the BJP and Modi, with later reports suggesting that Modi met the woman at the inauguration of a traders' market rebuilt after the Bhuj earthquake, and that her family may have received undue favours from the Gujarat government until the surveillance was later ordered, before she eventually shifted base to Bangalore. The latest Gulail report says the photographs cast a shadow of doubt over the woman's father Premlal Soni's claim that only he was known to Modi and that it was he who had requested the CM to "take care" of his daughter following which the surveillance was initiated. According to the report, "The pictures show that Modi knew Madhuri for at least five years before his state machinery mounted an illegal round the clock vigil on the young woman in August 2009." Quoting IAS officer Pradeep Sharma's affidavit, the report says “The Chief Minister, Shri Narendra Modi, visited Kachchh to inaugurate the hill garden project upon its completion, and was at this time introduced to Ms. Soni. Shri Modi invited Ms. Soni to email any other suggestions she might have, giving Ms. Soni his personal email address. Ms. Soni subsequently wrote to Shri Modi thanking him for the visit to hill garden. A series of emails were exchanged until Sharad Utsav in October 2005...." The woman was given charge of coordinating with guests at the Sharad Utsav festival, Sharma said in his affidavit, and she had been paid for her duties.

Can the Man (Narendra Modi) who re-discovers his wife after 46 years discover India after 12 years?


“I am Narendra Modi’s Wife”
http://www.openthemagazine.com/article/nation/i-am-narendra-modi-s-wife
She is clad in an ill-fitting blouse and a mod­est printed sari. Somewhat stooped, her face is wrinkled, her hands have obviously seen hard times and her hair is pulled back in a tight bun, making her look severe. Dirt grips the cracks of her slipper-clad feet. She could have been any woman in Rajosana village, Gujarat. But then, she is Jashodaben Chimanlal Modi. Everyone in this village knows her as Narendra Modi’s wife.

After the post-Godhra Gujarat riots, Modi’s po­litical foes in Banaskantha district discovered her in this dusty village. Since then, Jashodaben has lived her life under intense scrutiny. Few among the 2,500 villagers, predominantly Muslim, dis­believe her story. Even Modi has neither con­firmed nor denied her muted claim. At the time of going to press, a faxed request for a comment was not returned by Modi’s office.

People close to her say that she was married to Modi in his native village, Vadnagar, in Mehsana district, when she was 18. At the time of her mar­riage, she had studied only up to Class VII. That is believed to have put a strain on their marriage. (Also, according to a villager, Jashodaben does not like to be photographed as she believes she is not good looking.) A few days after the mar­riage, Jashodaben was sent back to her father Chimanlal’s house to complete her education. As those who know her say, in a bid to please her husband and measure up to his exacting stand­ards, she started studying in Dholaka and com­pleted her SSC (old pattern) in 1972. Then she completed a primary teachers course and worked in Ahmedabad for three months.

Subsequently, on 23 March 1978, Jashodaben joined a primary school in Dekwali village in Banaskantha district. She was later transferred to the District Panchayat School in Roopal village where she worked for 12 years. On 2 December 1991, she came to Rajosana village, where she currently lives. Villagers say that though she has been to Ahmedabad occasionally, she was never asked to stay on by her husband.

Jashodaben, a first standard teacher at the Rajosana Primary School, is very popular among her Muslim students. Muslim women in the vil­lage, none of whom were willing to be quoted, say that Modi’s estranged wife is shaping the per­sonalities of Muslim children through her dili­gence as a teacher. They seem to like her. But the 57-year-old will be retiring in October.

“Narendrabhai Modi is a national leader. He is intelligent and good looking. Jashodaben may not be able to match him. But she is his wife; he has married her. He must take her back to live with him,” says a village elder.

When I met her at the school, Jashodaben was as excited as a child and could not stop smiling. She expressed a desire to talk and tell her tale. But the principal of the school, Pravinkumar P Vyas, admonished her for talking to a journalist. “You will only talk to them after school hours. Now go back to your class,” Vyas told her.

She pleaded, “Can I talk to her during the break? It will only take a few minutes.” But the principal was unrelenting.

She left the room meekly, only to come back soon. She said,“I will not say anything against my husband. He is very powerful. This job is all I have to survive. I am afraid of the consequences.” She then went back to her classroom.

Meanwhile, the principal had made a call from his mobile phone to inform somebody that Jashodaben had visitors. He then went to meet her in her classroom. After that, she became a dif­ferent person. She smiled no more, her excite­ment was gone and she looked nervous. She kept wringing her hands. When I approached her again, she screamed, asking to be left alone. But as she walked away, she gestured to suggest that she would talk later.

Later, some men visited the school, one after the other, in different vehicles. They parked their vehicles within the school premises, and looked directly into the principal’s office. After a while, they left. When the school day came to an end, Jashodaben almost ran out to a waiting autorick­shaw. She pointed at me and told some villagers that I was harassing her.

Hiding her face in her hands, she went to her brother’s house in her maternal village in Brahamanwada, about 20 km away. A few min­utes later, a young man who identified himself as Prakashbhai, a reporter from Ram Setu (a two-page government-run newspaper printed with inconsistent frequency), approached me and asked me to leave the village. By then a sizeable crowd had gathered around us.

Though Jashodaben earns a monthly salary of Rs 10,000, she lives in a one-room tenement in the Panchalvas area in the village, and pays a rent of Rs 150 every month. The 100 sq ft room has a tin roof, no toilets, and not even a bathroom. The tap is located outside the house. According to the vil­lagers, Jashodaben wakes up very early and takes a bath outside the house.

Despite the fact that she can afford a better life, she has chosen to stay in a somewhat im­poverished village, in a sympathetic and help­ful neighbourhood. Here, her story is known to all. Even the children of her school refer to her as ‘Narendrabhai Modi’s wife’.

But for all practical purposes, that means lit­tle. Jashodaben does not enjoy any privileges. She has to sweep and clean her house, fill water, use a public toilet, cook her meals and wash her own clothes. She does not have any domestic help.

The moment a car is spotted in the village, those living in the bylane leading to Jashodaben’s house gather outside their homes and maintain a close watch on her. Everyone I met claimed to be close to her. In fact, some even asked for money to ensure good access to her. Every Sunday, she takes the 20 km ride to Brahmanwada in an autorick­shaw to spend the day with her brother’s family. Her brother runs a provision store.
People close to her say that she longs for that phone call from her husband, the call asking her to come and live with him forever. Jashodaben has consulted numerous astrologers for this rea­son. Interestingly, the verdict of all the astrolo­gers is that one day she will definitely live with her husband.

The war between the BJP and Congress in Gujarat, particularly in Rajosana, works in Jashodaben’s favour. Her story will be retold over and over again.

For many years, the Congress had an upper hand in the Panchayat elections, but of late, the BJP is emerging stronger here. So, while Modi’s supporters maintain a close watch on Jashodaben’s activities to ensure that her dis­closures do not embarrass the Chief Minister of Gujarat, his opponents are keen to reveal her to the nation. Meanwhile, Jashodaben is noticed to be turning increasingly religious.

Narendra Modi: Living the Life of a Bachelor, Not enjoying fruits of marriage

Revealed: Why Narendra Modi walked out of his marriage with Jashodaben
http://indiatoday.intoday.in/story/narendra-modi-marriage-jashodaben/1/354912.html
April 10 2014
A day after BJP's prime ministerial nominee Narendra Modi declared in his poll affidavit filed in Vadodara that he was a married man and that his wife's name is Jashodaben, his elder brother Sombhai Modi issued a statement here on Thursday to explain that the marriage was forced on a teenaged Narendra.

Sombhai said the marriage was forced on Modi by his parents when he was a teenager in keeping with the old orthodox tradition of fixing marriages between children and that it was never consummated as Modi walked out of the marriage soon after it was solemnised.

Dwelling on the reasons of the Gujarat Chief Minister's act, Sombhai said a young Modi did it in response to an inner call to work for the nation and the society inspired by the teachings of Swami Vivekanand.

In his press statement Sombhai, who runs a home for the old-aged and lives a simple life with his family in Ahmedabad, appealed to the people to see the marriage in the backdrop of these facts.

Modi, who has ruled Gujarat since 2001, has left the field for "spouse" blank in four Assembly polls. Of late, he has also flaunted his single status at rallies, saying that he was single and had no one to be corrupt for.

Modi ended the speculation over his marital status after a long period of silence, perhaps because the Congress had run a smear campaign against him in the last Vidhan Sabha elections and even after that by projecting Jashodaben, a retired teacher living in a north Gujarat village along with her brother, as a spurned wife and a victim of Modi's exploitation.

Modi's declaration of his marital status is aimed at pre-empting such a campaign and also any attempt to drag him to the Election Commission on the issue.

Since 1992, when Gujarati weekly Abhiyan carried for the first time a story on Modi's marriage, Jashodaben and her family have refrained from talking to media, calling it a personal affair, and wishing Modi good luck in his endeavours.


Tuesday, 17 September 2013

What does Bigamous BJP ideologue Advocate Ram Jethmalani have on Uniform Civil Code and Bigamy?

What does Bigamous BJP ideologue Advocate Ram Jethmalani have on Uniform Civil Code and Bigamy?

Advocate Ram Jethmalani seems to have a disease for Proclivity with women.

What does Ram Jethmalani have to comment on Uniform Civil Code and Bigamy?


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