Software codes of mantra,
tantra, witchcraft, black magic, evil eye, evil tongue &c
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10 Codes of Aiyitham (repulsion and untouchability)
Is it possible that Evil Eye and black tongue do really have any power, negative or positive? What about charms and mantra, tantra &c.? What about un-touch-ability? Is it possible that people do have something of the extreme negative that requires them to be kept at a distance?
The answer to these simple queries cannot be found from ordinary discussions connecting to physical reality. Or to physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics.
The way to deal with the topic should essentially encompass a huge lot of themes, which might include the software codes of reality, human life & animal life and brain software, codes that exist behind words etc.
In feudal languages, people are addressed and referred to in varying levels of indicant words. For instance, a father will address his son as Nee in the languages of the southern parts of the Subcontinent. In the northern parts, it can be Thoo. Both mean You in its lowest form.
Does this addressing encrypt anything negative or repulsive or degrading in the son? Well, it is there, no doubt. But then, it is an acceptable one as far as the language system is concerned. The son is subordinate to his father and to his father’s biddings.
Now, look at the extended scenario: The father is quite rich and runs a huge business with a lot of employees. He has senior positioned staffs under him, who manage a lot of others. He addresses them as Nee. Each one of them has other subordinates who they address as Nee. Each of these subordinates has subordinates who they address as Nee.
Under each one of these extreme subordinates, there are menial staffs who they and everyone in the organisation address as Nee. These menial staffs actually hold the most amount of negativity. They are to extend their homage and ‘respect’ to all superiors. This is where their exact power of their negativity lies. If they refuse to extend this ‘respect’, the person who has been denied this precious stuff literally withers away. This statement requires an explanation.
Now, we come back to the rich father who is at the top of this pyramid. He addresses his son as Nee. So what? He addresses his senior officials also as Nee. They do not feel the suppression. It is after-all just a code of rightful dominance.
There is not much of an atrophying in the interior codes of the son. However, the problem arises if the menial staffs at the extreme bottom of the pyramid also address the son with Nee. There is a huge splattering of dirt and excrement into the codes of the son. He can literally feel it. Others will sense it. There is only one escape for the son. That is to keep the lowest menial staff at a distance. Keep them out of all avenues from where they can even mention about him. From where they can see him. From all locations from where they can contemplate about him.
For, if they mention him, or if they think about him, it would again be with the words at the bottom of the towering verbal codes. He has to see that the menial staffs are snubbed and kept shackled in their terrifying lowly position, for his own security.
The above illustration more or less very fantastically illustrates the core part of the social terrors that spurs what is mentioned in languages of the southern parts of the subcontinent as Ayitham. This word has a meaning and sense beyond that of mere ‘untouchablity’. It literally also encompasses the sense of the word ‘repulsive’.
In the new nation of India, the lower castes of the Hindi hinterlands do quaintly use the degrading words about their upper classes, if they can get away with it. However, the upper classes can feel it or smell it or sense it from various sensations. Periodically they go in for a killing or burning spree upon the lower castes.
It might be the only way for them to save their stature from going down to the stinking dirt.
The problem is not with the human beings on either side of the belligerence, but with the software by which they are connected.
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