Software codes of mantra,
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20 Software codes of Shamanism
When speaking about such a seemingly hypothetical software application, I must relate something from my personal experiences. There is a very strange spiritual phenomenon comprehensively mentioned as Shamanism. There are many such things being practised in the current-day Indian nation. Their antiquity goes back to the hoary past and possibly to various locations outside the subcontinent.
These are basically conducted by populations who were traditionally mentioned as lower castes in the various locations in the subcontinent. However, as of now, after the earlier decades of the 1900s, these populations have all been added to Hinduism. So, these shamanistic phenomena and practises are commonly understood as part of Hinduism, which actually they might not be.
Over the centuries, in many locations, through constant interactions between the populations, both sides (Hindus and non-Hindus) may have diffused into each other a bit.
Though I do not personally have a very intimate experience with Shamanistic practises, it is equally true that I did regularly go and observe at least one such phenomenon for around fifteen years and more. Even though ‘scientifically-inclined’ casual observers with no innate loyalty or worship therein, might very vehemently declare that these are all quackery and fake, and pretences, my own observation from a more or less impartial perspective is that there in indeed some supernatural software machinery at work.
The particular Shamanistic entity with whom I was connected to for a number of years, was one to whom I could ask questions. Even though at times, the answers would be quite of a most general one with no specific inputs, there have been many occasions when the responses would be quite point-blank.
The way the answer was given was by the divinity looking into the sacramental lamp, and sort of seeing into a software application, wherein the incidences, causes, persons, relationship were all quite candidly displayed.
I had the feeling that the divinity was literally reading or looking into some screen-like apparatus wherein the past, present and future events were clearly demarked.
However, what I also noticed was that the oracle-like proclamations were done in such a manner that it would not affect the real-life course of events. At best, it might assuage a terror or a misgiving, in the understanding that after-all, the problem would be solved.
I had personally had the occasion to see the divinity literally declare certain things about many devotees’ current problem, without the worshiper making one dialogue.
When speaking more about this Shamanism, it has been my observation that by means of certain ritualistic chanting, the human being software is slowly made to go into a semi-sleep mode. And another software entity is slowly taking over the mental features of the person who performs the Shamanistic procedures. His voice changes. That means the software of voice tuning has changed.
I think that Edgar Thurston and even others like Rev. Samuel Mateer have generally described these Shamanistic phenomena as devil-worship. In these kinds of descriptions, there is a hue of clear un-understanding. But then, it is just an issue of trying to understand things which are clearly in another animal world. If the English colonialists were one kind of animals, then the natives of the South Asian subcontinent were an array of other kinds of animals. However, all of them, including those from the English side also had a lot of common features, that made them come under a common identify of ‘human beings’.
A pondering of a possibility that all such actions were somehow connected to some higher technical knowledge was conspicuous by its absolute absence in Thurston’s book.
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35. Issue of viewing
46. Jinxed buildings
59. Lucky stones
67. A warm talisman
69. Commentary 1
70. Commentary 2
71. Commentary 3
72. Commentary 4