Software codes of mantra,
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50 The spoken word and the effect of pronunciation
In Thurston’s Omen and Superstitions of Southern India, there is mention of the mantravadhis, and of black magicians.
Mantravadhis are those who use mantra in a professional manner to achieve something through supernatural intervention. I do not know much about this technology or appeal. It can be through two different ways. One by means of appealing to a deity. The second way might be to use the hidden codes in the mantra to create code changes at the Code view level.
As for the expertise of those who do practise all this in the present days, even if it is workable, might be of the most rudimentary levels.
At best they might be using a software technology about which they have some elementary knowledge in performing. Beyond that, I feel, they might not know anything.
In fact, I have not heard of anyone precisely explaining as to where the mantras are acting and how it is acting. As per the definition of a mantra generally given, it corresponds more or less exactly as a definition of a software or a software program or a software application.
There is also the issue of how a biological being’s words can reach out to the Codes of reality.
Well, at the time of Thurston writing the book, there was no means to even contemplate on a human being’s voice being able to do anything other than speak to others or make a noise.
That the voice can travel a long distance, ask a request, and then from the far distances, a very intelligent reply coming back, and all such stuff were literally from some fairytales. Strictly for the birds and the bird-brained.
However, as of now, all this is not of the least bit supernatural. It is simple to take a Smartphone and ask Google Now or Siri or Cortana with our voice for an information. And lo and behold! a very intelligent voice answers the query, listing out the most appropriate answers.
When I say this some readers can very easily react and think, oh, this is because a Smartphone available. And Google is there, Apple iOS is there etc.
Even though a Smartphone looks like a most common item nowadays, I do not think that there are many persons who do know the technology that works the smartphones. Similarly, there are so many objects available in physical reality. Does anyone know anything about the software technology that works behind them?
Now, speaking about the Smartphone voice interaction methods, there is always the issue of correct pronunciation. If the pronunciation is not correct, the request will not be correctly answered or processed. This is a very vital point for remembering.
I have heard of the issue of Vedic Mantras. The mantras should be chanted in the exact pronunciation. A minor deviation might not deliver the expected affects. Again, in the case of the Vedic mantras also, I fear that there might not be anyone available who might know anything beyond the chanting.
It was quite a curious information mentioned in Omens and Superstitions of Southern India, that people who feared a mantravadhi or black-magician, would try to attack him. The most effective method of destroying his powers was to break his front teeth. This was done to ensure that the precision of his pronunciation is lost. So that when he chants or utters a mantra or a black magic chant, the words that come out are different. It would be quite incomprehensible at the reception location. The black magic would not work.
It would be like requesting something to Google Now, and the Google Now not understanding the request, due to pronunciation errors.
As I have mentioned earlier, feudal languages do themselves have the powers of black magic. Seemingly slight information can change the indicant words connected to a person. When he reaches a far-distance, and requires an admittance into a specific building, the door may open for him or might refuse to open for him, depending on the exact indicant word level that has been processed out there, from the slight information received regarding him.
In fact, a simple mention of a link can raise a person’s indicant word value or erase it. In fact, it is a very common technique in feudal languages to drop names, incidences, qualifications, display loads of cash etc., where they do not have any context, actually. But then, it is a known thing that a positive link can lift up the indicant words like lever a does. A negative mention can drop the indicant word value with a terrific force.
People make it a habit to gather as many mentionable links, hints and connection as they can, and use them indiscriminately. At the same time, people inimical to him or her would strive to see that positive links, mentions and connections are not even hinted at.
These are things that are not quite easily understood in pristine-English, even though native-Englishmen might nod their head and say, that they know all this.
They do not.
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