we dismiss the Mahabharata
(another sanskrit book)
and why that is important :
this epos is deliberately False

… as probably the most extensive work ever written down in Sanskrit ,
she is supposed to stand at the same height like the Vedic book Rg-Veda
and a third epos titled Ramayana ;
therefore she would be interesting for our hunting of themes

… a theme in scripture like ‘the Lebanon’ does not supply enough context
for us to can know whát exactly is the nature of this forest ,
so we also started to read Mahabharata book III (even titled ‘the forest’)  –
but had to stop reading it because of an inmense headache

… because there is no line in described events , no buildup ;
themes jump back and forth , names and actions of persons contradict ;
it’s bizarre mixture — as a maiming of genuine themes in the other reality ,
with every once a while a few ‘true’ lines inserted ;
she juggles with tenthousand unfollowable events and a million names :
it is a literal Chaos

origin of the epos – and the Red Flag
it is thought that the Maharabhata started between 400-200 BC ,
but composed in her current form only around 300 AD ;
we immediately remembered the “you caused yourself to be remembered”,
said to the king of Mystery-Babylon – in the sense that God said that to him ,
because the miles of hieroglyphs gave ús the right context of the prophets

this epos is deliberately False !
… the hieroglyph texts were written long befóre the prophets ,
and the same thing here : the Rg-Veda also existed long before the prophets ;
yet around 300 BC this epos is being composed – as “damage control” ,
in the sense of “diffusing and disarming the original Rg-Veda themes”

because – said by its own author :
… in the first chapter (Adi Parve) the author meets a number of (celestial) beings ,
and they discuss how an epos must be written about a great number of themes ;
the author opens the chapter with this strange line ,
“Om ! Having bowed down to Narayana and Nara, the most exalted male being,
and also to the goddess Sarasvati, must the word Jaya be uttered”

… so he reveres “matrix-mankind” and “the Nile’ (the river towards their north) ,
factually telling he hás been in their reality ;
the term (-jaya) is “victory, triumph” , and must relate to the púrpose of this epos

… in the discussion , the being answers ,
“The Purana, first promulgated by the great [some deity] ,
and which after having been heard both by the gods and the Brahmarshis
was highly esteemed, being the most eminent narrative that exists, diversified both
in diction and division, possessing subtile meanings logically combined,
and gleaned from the Vedas, is a sacred work. Composed in elegant language,
it includeth the subjects of other books. It is [illuminated] by other [verses] ,
(…) we are desirous of hearing that history also called Bharata,
the holy composition of the wonderful [poet]”

… this sounds completely like the start of a deliberate corruption !! ,
invented by them gods , now they needed a human who can compose in a slick way

… but the human – this writer – is unable to do that job :
“then [the poet] began to call to mind Ganesa. (…) And when he had been saluted,
and was seated, [the poet] addressed him thus, ‘O guide of the Ganas ,
 be thou the writer of the Bharata
which I have formed in my imagination, and which I am about to repeat”

… Ganesha , the elephant , we think is a form of the previous deity ‘Chemesh’ of Moab ;
the latter dissapeared say 300 BC , while Ganesha first appears in India around 200 BC ,
and Ganesha is typically absent in the Rg-Veda ; note the almost similar phonetic root
and characteristics (‘potbelly’ as furnace , etc’) ;

… so his spirit-guide composes
“The wisdom of this work, like unto an instrument of applying collyrium,
hath opened the eyes of the inquisitive world blinded by the darkness of ignorance.
As the sun dispelleth the darkness, so doth the Bharata by its discourses….”

… read : the epos is intended to DARKEN any previous – and future ! – understanding ;
any “illumination” is always the wrong way around ;
“By the lamp of history, which destroyeth the darkness of ignorance,
the whole mansion of nature is properly and completely illuminated.”

… the ‘mansion of nature’ as “this earth”, ofcourse ;

the vastness of the epos is intended as confusion : examples of Insanity :
“Know that I, Sauti, have also repeated one hundred thousand verses.”
“From the mysteriousness of their meaning, O Muni, no one is able, to this day,
to penetrate those closely knit difficult slokas.”

… exactly that’s why we got the headache : because the whole story makes no sense !
The entire work is created as a gigantic Labyrinth , not having start nor exit ,
a bit similar like the ‘theologian’ Barth tried in the past century with scripture

… it is very difficult to give an example , because of the total chaos –
in book III a “stunning female” is described (Draupadî) , in a garden ,
considered the context and names the story could be about Eve ,
also because of the arrived princes who want to abduct her ;
but she is ‘married’ to fictional matrix-constructs ,
then she is called ‘Krishna’ and ‘a wretch’, never returning in any other context .
Next follows a section where “the ape army invades eden” (borrowed from Ramayana) ,
after spying apes (=animal-souls) discovered the abducted (!) woman Sita – abducted by eden ,
and helpless imprisoned there
(Sita represents ‘whiteness’, a dimensional-quality which the dual-realm stole :
in scripture this ‘white aspect’ was reconnected in eden , corrupted again after eden fell) ;
… but in Mahrabhata , events are doubled (as the abduction) , and/or featuring different persons ,
where any sensible timeline evaporates :

next , the ape-army invades eden , by making the bridge (borrowed from ramayana) ;
but then Ravana (=eden) is angry because the north-realm has mutilated a girl
(an eden-construct ? , who ? , “having cut off her nose by Indra (north-realm)”..?) ,
and decides to send a golden deer close to the north-realm in order to win back Sita
(how does that fit with previous ..?) ;
from the descriptions we know this deer is ‘the eden-mother’, aka virgin-Ishral ,
but she is sent after Ravana had some prévious golden construct – as the same mother ;
… also this story has head nor tail , the reasons and actions don’t match ;
then this event abrubtly ends , leaving the reader in mystery what was intended ,
and continues with a section about Yama (=Adam) ;
it’s totally unclear who the woman with her dying man is , when he appears –
the only interesting line is when Yama “holds the soul of that man in a noose ,
that soul being only as large (or small) as a thumb” ,
as a theme resonating much with us – our now tiny soul imprisoned in the heart ;
yet ‘Yami’ never leaves the other reality , and he as death-god is in flagrant opposition
to what Rg-Veda writes (see index) …

conclusion : we dismiss it – Legally

… it is IMPOSSIBLE to try ‘prove the Mahabharata’ ,
as a number of people in India have tried , defending their favourite book ,
even using planetary computerprograms to try identify astronomical events
apparently claimed in this epos  –
nothing in Mahabharata can be trusted : but only the sections repeating Rg-Veda .

… we can imagine ,
that dismissing it legally lifts up the yoke upon 1 Bln Indian people
(and/or even from the Nordic (Norse) people and their descendants ,
as per dream of this morning ?) ,
for we consider this extensive work a Fraud and a Fiction – stated by the author’s deity :
“Thou hast called thy present work a poem : wherefore it shall be (but) a poem.”


27.11.19   —   submitted   —   het-report