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47 Jinxed positions around a place of worship
Before moving out of this theme, I need to mention two items.
One is about the proximity of temples in certain directions from a building. I do not want to mention the directions here, because it is connected to the occult science on buildings. I cannot mention such things without the necessary expertise.
I came across this belief system around the year 1990. I had arrived in a small-town in that years, and to all observers, I was simply loafing around as a sort of wastrel or a vagabond.
Actually it was just an issue of causal observation. At time, I used to travel in the evening hours to some 500 kms in some lorry and come back with some item like a load of vegetables or fruits. I would arrive in the morning hours. After that, due to lack of a place to change my dress in the daytime hours, I would walk around in a sort of untidy dress. I was and am not much bothered about other people’s opinion of me, unless they can cause to physically hurt me.
To all observers, I was some kind of a nitwit walking around in totally untidy dress.
I was occupied in many works, all of a freelance or independent nature.
Though it was one of the bleakest days in my life, looking back, it was one of the periods in my life, that gave me a lot of personal experiences in a lot of things, good and bad.
It was during this period that I literally walked into the midst of the common crowd, the shop-keepers, small-time business men, agents and such. I was to hear of a common talk of a drishti (path of the vision) or a varavu (pathway of the divinities).
It was about certain locations being in a particular direction from a temple. That particular direction was the pathway of the divinity. That was what I understood. Buildings in that location are liable to suffer from ill-luck. The occupants of the location were liable to suffer from various problems like family fights, suicidal tendency, homicidal tendency, mental problems etc.
In between, I need to mention that it was here that I, for the first time, came across tree worship and nagaradhana (Serpent worship). Both done by quite high-stature people in the local society. Moreover, it was here that I had my first experience with a very close relationship with a Shamanistic divinity. I cannot go into all that here.
Over the years, I had made many observations with regard to this issue, whenever, I get a chance. I have never gone in for any concerted investigations with regard to any of the afore-mentioned items. Whatever comes my way, I take some interested enquiry.
There was once a Muslim young man who had come to me to learn English. He looked a bit perturbed at times. It was revealed by him and by others with him that in his household, at least one of his brothers was suffering from mental illness. As if prodded by some inner gut feeling, I simply asked him if there was any temple near his house. He answered in the affirmative.
I also noticed that when he was discussing this issue, his mind would sort of go into some distressing confusion. And this confusion would affect other people’s mind also.
There was one doctor who had made a very good house, next to a temple in one town. Someone told me that no one actually stays there. Why? One of his family members gets some mental issues when staying in that house.
I seem to be enumerating a list of casual coincides, and sort of turning a mountain out of a molehill.
What is the proof that there is any link between a particular position near a temple and ill-luck? Aren’t there so many similar incidences which cannot be connected to the proximity of any temple?
First of all, in all books on the occult science of building and architecture, this caution is given very prominently. That a particular direction from a house of worship is not good for building a house or any commercial building, or for staying. I think there a mention of a distance also.
Apart from that my own personal experiences do point to a possibility that there is indeed something in the caution.
Beyond that, my own personal observation is that Shamanistic phenomenon is not a sham, pretence or an act of fraud. It is real. Even though, the people who gather do not actually understand the phenomenon, it is real. There is indeed some other supernatural entity or software taking over the command of the human being who is doing the procedure. This entering software or entity very clearly is subduing the innate software of the human being during the Shamanistic ritual.
The above statement does not deny the possibility of persons acting out a fraudulent version of the same, or acting out the ritual without the Shamanistic deity actually possessing the individual. Yet, in its original, non-fake version, this phenomenon does point to a link to deeper location in the software of reality. A quack doctor does not prove that doctoring is quackery.
I do not know if Shamanistic deity temples do impose the afore-mentioned problem of varavu (pathway of the divinity). However, I vague remember a single occasion of meeting a couple who had moved to a local house after many years of residence in a metropolitan city.
Both of them looked as if they were under some kind of physical and mental stupefaction. They said the both of them experienced some kind of weariness and heaviness all over their body and mind. I was told by others that the house was reputed to be in the varavu (pathway) of a Shamanistic deity.
02. The frill issues
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