Die Sehnsucht des Menschen nach Intergalaktischen Zeit-Reisen----Das Kosyrev-Raum-Zeit-Tor.....Kraft der Eigenresonanz-------------

Der Kozyrev-Spiegel besteht aus einem Aluminium-Zylinder, der durch seine Größe, Form und Materialeigenschaft einer in seinem Innenraum befindenden Testperson eine Art physikalisches Raum-Zeit-Tor öffnen kann! Je nach der Positionierung des Kozyrev-Spiegels wird eine Testperson liegend oder sitzend vollständig von dem Aluminium-Zylinder umgeben. Während ihres Aufenthaltes in dem Kozyrev- Spiegel erfuhren viele Personen eine große Bewusstseinsausdehnung.

 

http://www.mindspectra.de/kozyrev/der-kozyrev-spiegel/index.php

Sudarsana Chakra ::: Rad der Zeit
Sudarsana Chakra ::: Rad der Zeit
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Die kosmologischen Überlegungen und das damit verbundene Verständnis eines spirituellen Weltbildes machen deutlich, das die Zeit weit mehr ist als ein passiver Parameter, dessen Fortschreiten man lediglich am Verlauf irreversibler physikalischer Prozesse erkennen kann.

Die Qualität der Zeit, die vor allem in ihren einander überlagernden und durchdringenden Zyklen erfahren werden kann, weist auf ihr transzendentales Wesen hin.

Sinnbild des zyklischen Prozesses und damit der Zeit ist in der vedischen Tradition das Sudarshana-Chakra.

 

In den Veden wird beschrieben, daß die Planetensysteme und Atome der Bahn des sudarshana-chakra (Zeit-Rad) folgen. Das Atom wird sogar als die subtile Form der Zeit bezeichnet, was darauf hinweist, daß die elementaren Bausteine der Materie, die im Sanskrit als anu(Atome) und paramanu(subatomare Teilchen) bezeichnet werden, ebenfalls spiralförmige Prozesse und keine starren Strukturen sind.

Vishnu mit dem Chakra in seiner rechten Hand
Vishnu mit dem Chakra in seiner rechten Hand

Sudarshana-Chakra:::Blick Vishnus:::die Zeit

 

Das Sudarsana cakra repräsentiert den Blick Gottes, durch das Chakra  befruchtet Er die geamte materielle Welt. Das Sudarsana cakra , ist der Ursprung der Schöpfung  und hat tausende von Speichen.

Dieses Sudarsana cakra besiegt die Tapferkeit aller anderen Waffen, es besiegt Finsternis und manifestiert die Tapferkeit des hingebungsvollen Dienstes, es ist das Mittel zur Schaffung religiöser Prinzipien, und es ist der Killer aller irreligiösen Aktivitäten. Ohne seine Gnade, kann das Universum nicht beibehalten werden.

 

There are two circles

in the wheel, one is at the centre and the other is
the outer. Eight bars connect the inner and outer circles.
The Swetaswatar Upanishad (1.4) reveals the
mystery of the eight bars that the whole Universe
is a wheel and the bars of the wheel are personal aspects
like the mind, wisdom, selfness, sky, earth, sun, wind and water.

 

http://orissa.gov.in/e-magazine/Orissareview/jul2005/engpdf/sudarshan_the_king_of_wheel.pdf

 

Sudarshana the supreme guard of Lord Vishnu encircles you with energetic vibrations that relieve you from mental stress, fear, health ailments and, other obstacles.

 The mighty weapon – the brilliant Chakra of Lord Vishnu enlivens you when you wane in your spirits.

The “Sudarshana Chakra” possesses healing characteristics.  Lord Sudarshana liberates you from your sins and helps you attain salvation.

His Yantra acts as a divine shield to you against all the evil eye castings and negative forces. It embeds the seeds of confidence in you to achieve triumph in all the spheres of your life!

 

http://stotraratna.awardspace.com/stotra/vishnu/v40.pdf

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Atomic time is measured according to its covering a particular atomic space. That time which covers the unmanifest aggregate of atoms is called the great time.

 

Time and space are two correlative terms. Time is measured in terms of its covering a certain space of atoms. Standard time is calculated in terms of the movement of the sun. The time covered by the sun in passing over an atom is calculated as atomic time. The greatest time of all covers the entire existence of the nondual manifestation. All the planets rotate and cover space, and space is calculated in terms of atoms. Each planet has its particular orbit for rotating, in which it moves without deviation, and similarly the sun has its orbit. The complete calculation of the time of creation, maintenance and dissolution, measured in terms of the circulation of the total planetary systems until the end of creation, is known as the supreme kāla.

 


Chapter 11: Calculation of Time, from the Atom

 

The division of gross time is calculated as follows: two atoms make one double atom, and three double atoms make one hexatom. This hexatom is visible in the sunshine which enters through the holes of a window screen. One can clearly see that the hexatom goes up towards the sky.

 

The atom is described as an invisible particle, but when six such atoms combine together, they are called a trasareṇu, and this is visible in the sunshine pouring through the holes of a window screen.

 

The time duration needed for the integration of three trasareṇus is called a truṭi, and one hundred truṭis make one vedha. Three vedhas make one lava.

 

It is calculated that if a second is divided into 1687.5 parts, each part is the duration of a truṭi, which is the time occupied in the integration of eighteen atomic particles. Such a combination of atoms into different bodies creates the calculation of material time. The sun is the central point for calculating all different durations.

 

The duration of time of three lavas is equal to one nimeṣa, the combination of three nimeṣas makes one kṣaṇa, five kṣaṇas combined together make one kāṣṭhā, and fifteen kāṣṭhās make one laghu.

 

By calculation it is found that one laghu is equal to two minutes. The atomic calculation of time in terms of Vedic wisdom may be converted into present time with this understanding.

 

Fifteen laghus make one nāḍikā, which is also called a daṇḍa. Two daṇḍas make one muhūrta, and six or seven daṇḍas make one fourth of a day or night, according to human calculation.

 

The measuring pot for one nāḍikā, or daṇḍa, can be prepared with a six-pala-weight [fourteen ounce] pot of copper, in which a hole is bored with a gold probe weighing four māṣa and measuring four fingers long. When the pot is placed on water, the time before the water overflows in the pot is called one daṇḍa.

 

It is advised herein that the bore in the copper measuring pot must be made with a probe weighing not more than four māṣa and measuring not longer than four fingers. This regulates the diameter of the hole. The pot is submerged in water, and the overflooding time is called a daṇḍa. This is another way of measuring the duration of a daṇḍa, just as time is measured by sand in a glass. It appears that in the days of Vedic civilization there was no dearth of knowledge in physics, chemistry or higher mathematics. Measurements were calculated in different ways, as simply as could be done.

 

http://vedabase.net/sb/3/11/en