Software codes of mantra,
tantra, witchcraft, black magic, evil eye, evil tongue &c
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The below image is that of an occult item known as Yantram in the languages of the South Asian subcontinent. I am pretty sure that similar items will be there in all geographical locations of the world where occult art is practised. I have taken this image from Omens and Superstitions of Southern India.
It is quite possible that many ‘scientifically’ inclined persons might feel that it is some kind of semi-barbarian artefact written in some tribal wordings. Yet from a software code perspective, it does have the very obvious attributes of a software coding in an unknown language.
Here the word ‘language’ has to be explained. Most computer software languages are generally written in English. Yet, the software languages are not ‘English’. They are something like Pascal, COBOL, C++, Java, ASP, PHP, Java script, Python &c.
I do not in what language the software codes of the Yantram have been written. However, I would try to give some insights. The language of the text is in one of the southern languages of the Subcontinent.
From a very brief cursory perspective, the Yantram is some kind of software apparatus. It could be part of a software Platform, and the language could be something like Python. I am giving these names just for the sake of lucidity. In actual reality, the quality and content of the supernatural software could be of huge contents.
Since I have mentioned the term ‘Platform’, I will try to give a brief definition of a ‘Platform’ from a non-technical perspective. Platform is a combination of a hardware along with some software package. An example would be a computer hardware in which an Operating System like Window 8 is installed and working.
The speciality of the Python language is that it has a lot of pre-built functions in the Python library. That is, a lot of software scripts have already been created for various kinds of functions. The programmer can import the library of these scripts and insert what he or she wants.
The scripts would look very small, even though they are actually representing a huge software script in the Python library.
Yantram could be a specific platform or a language into which a series of function scripts have been encoded.
I do not think that the creation of Yantram is some kind of fake or fraudulent work. It is quite possible that it is based on some kind of expertise. However, the quality of the workmanship can be good or bad. It would depend on the workmanship of the tantric who creates it. It is also quite possible that the workmen who make it or write it might have quite flimsy idea as to what it is, or as to how it really works.
It is just similar to a computer operator like a DTP professional being good in his work, but not knowing anything more about the interior code-level working intricacies of MS Word, Adobe PageMaker, Adobe InDesign, Adobe Photoshop, CorelDraw, QuarkXPress &c.
In most probability, the expertise would have passed on through the various generations, at times moving through very low quality people and at times through very high quality populations. As of now, only the workmanship might be in existence. The information of the original machinery that first wrote these scripts would have vanished even before the advent of the most ancient civilisations of whom we have heard of.
Even though the scripts look quite small, each one of them could be just a very brief representation of huge content of supernatural software codes in the ‘library’.
Yantram are used for various purposes, including protection from Evil eye, Black magic etc. My personal information on Yantram is minimal.
I think there is something by the name of ‘thakidu’ (copper sheet) which is also some kind of a Yantram. I did use these from a Muslim Occultist (Thangal) once, to escape from a Jinxed building where I had set-up a business unit. A lot of complexities seemed to ensnare me in a web of strings that I found it quite difficult to detach myself from the building. I do not know if the ‘thakidu’ worked, or simply the strings untied on their own. I mention these things just to note down my personal experiences.
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