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65. QUOTE: It is recorded by Canter Visscher that, "in the mountains and remote jungles of this country (Malabar), there is a species of snake of the shape and thickness of the stem of a tree, which can swallow men and beasts entire” END OF QUOTE

It is a very curious statement that has the feel of some superstition.

It is quite obvious that the ‘snake’ that is referred to is the python. And whether it is a ‘snake’ or a wild animal in the shape of a snake is also a debatable point. Snakes have forked tongue.


66. QUOTE: The Coya (Koyi) people eat snakes END OF QUOTE.

Does that mean some ancestral connection to the people of Far-east?

QUOTE from NATIVE LIFE IN TRAVANCORE by REV. SAMUEL MATEER: There is also a hunter caste called Pulayars, which Mr.Baker considers to be nearly the same as the Uralis, except that their speech is Tamil. He also met with a few miserable beings calling themselves HILL Pandaram, without clothing, implements, or huts of any kind, living in holes, rocks, or trees. They bring wax, ivory, and other produce to the Arayans, and get salt from them. They dig roots, snare the ibex of the hills, and jungle fowls, eat rats and snakes, and even crocodiles found in the pools amongst the hill streams. END OF QUOTE

The Mr. Baker mentioned in the above quote is, I think, Henry Baker, who was one of the persons instrumental in improving the lot of the lower castes in Travancore. I think he was based somewhere near to Kottayam in Travancore.

As of now, it is doubtful anyone really cares for persons like him, in the nonsensical rhetoric that the British colonial rule was on a looting spree. In fact, Travancore was never a part of the British rule, and still the people there are fooled by school textbooks as to claim that their place was ‘looted’ by the English. The very commemoration of the ‘Indian Independence’ day there is an act of foolishness. Actually Travancore lost its independence when the Indian prime minister intimidated the kingdom of immediate military attack if the kingdom did not surrender its sovereignty to India.

As to the eating of snakes theme, I remember one person telling me of an incident that happened in a location near to Nadapuram in Malabar, some 40 years back. A carpenter was working in the house of a settler class man in the forest-filled hills. Suddenly a rat-snake appeared. The settler man and his wife starting running after it, as if to kill it. The carpenter simply said, ‘Oh, let it go. It is only a non-poisonous rat snake’.

Immediately the settler man said, ‘Oh, this is for our afternoon food.’

The carpenter retorted, ‘Who will eat a snake?’

The settler man replied: ‘Then what did you eat yesterday?’

I am told that the carpenter went into uncontrollable hysteria and terror that he had to be hospitalised for weeks.


67. QUOTE: Mr Gopal Panikkar that, ''people believe in the existence inside the earth of a precious stone called manikkakkallu. END OF QUOTE

The theme of nagamanickam being in the possession of tribal people, who I was told did not know its monetary value, is a theme that has been mentioned in earlier times. However as of now, with the tribal people literally being plucked out from their forest areas, as intense tree-felling has developed after the end of the English rule, into the open, these kind of stories are on the wane. The forest dwellers, many of them, have ended up as the domestic servants of the others in the nation. It is a tragic situation, for which a nation run on feudal languages has no solution for.

The nagamanickam is believed to be processed out by nagams, or the divine serpents.


68. QUOTE: In Malabar, it is believed that snakes wed mortal girls, and fall in love with women. END OF QUOTE

I did once hear a story that snakes do like to watch women bathe. I do not remember the exact source of this. I have not heard it mentioned again.

However, I have had certain observations that animals do like to have a sexual relationship with human beings, especially women. I feel that many of the human sexual emotions including that of deviated sexual desires are there in at least a few individuals among the animals.


69. QUOTE: When it is applied to the punctures made by the snake's poison fangs, it is said to stick fast and extract the poison, falling off of itself as soon as it is saturated. END OF QUOTE.

The above reference is about the Vishakallu or the venom-stone. I have heard of it. It is reputed to be in the hands of the traditional Vesharis (traditional snake-bite curing professionals). Even though nowadays not many people do have trust in them, during their period of good reputation, they were reputed to have saved many persons from snakebite deaths.

QUOTE: A specimen was submitted to Faraday, who expressed his belief that it was a piece of charred bone, which had been filled with blood, and then charred again END OF QUOTE

That is the physical examination result of the item. Who knows what a supernatural software test would reveal? The physical examination is similar to giving a CD or DVD or hard-disk to a blacksmith of yore in the subcontinent.

QUOTE: The following note on a reputed cure for snake poisoning, used by the Oddes (navvies), was communicated to me by Mr Gustav Haller. END OF NOTE.

It is quite curious that a very detailed description of a cure using Vishakallu is mentioned in the book. Mr. Gustav Haller mentions that he was a personal witness of the procedure!

If at all this Vishakkallu does work, an evaluation by modern doctors might not be of any use. For, the technology that the doctors understand might not be the technology on which the Vishakkallu might work.

However, I have no opinion either way.


70. QUOTE: The Madgole zamindars claim to be descended from the rulers of Matsya Desa. END OF QUOTE

I am not alluding to the line above directly. What I would like to mention is this: any people or population that comes from anywhere in the world. They then learn the local feudal vernaculars of the subcontinent. They will slowly change in physical looks corresponding to the social level attached to the level they are assigned in the language. Within a few generations, they will have very little anthropological features that connect them to the nation of their origin.

The reverse might be seen in people from the subcontinent, who went to England or the US some forty or fifty years back. If they come back to their native land, they would look quite outlandish.


71. QUOTE: The low caste man being in every respect inferior to the Brahman, the matter or subtle substance proceeding from his eye, and mixing with the objects seen by him, must of necessity be inferior and bad. END OF QUOTE

Even though the above quote is with regard to explaining why the higher castes do not like them being viewed while eating, by the lower castes, the idea is very much in tune to what I had mentioned about the effect of lower indicant codes. When a person is defined in lower grade indicant words, there is indeed a terrific amount of negativity gathering into his innate codes. Even the place he sits is felt to have lost its positive numerical values. What happens might be visible in the code-view.

The quote is with regard to a lower caste man. However, in modern times, it can be with regard to any person who has been made to go beneath the lower grade persons in the indicant word code definitions.

It is true that the vision of a lower stature person has a great power of negativity. I have observed it and experienced it personally. However, as of now, it is not connected with any caste.

Thurston mentions the concept of ‘a transmissible personalityas propounded by Mr E. S. Hartland. Yet, the code-level view of the concept might not be understood by either of them.

Here I would like to take one complete descriptive text from my first book on feudal languages: MARCH of the EVIL EMPIRES: English versus the feudal languages. This comes in the last pages of that book.


If this is possible for the brain, then in combination with the indicant value indicators that feudal language programmed brains can evaluate, the human brain does have a very imposing capacity to influence human society. However, I will very frankly admit that I myself am not clear in what it is that I want to convey.

Yet, I may try to give an inkling of it, through some illustrative stories. One of my acquaintances was a publisher in Delhi, India. He had to regularly go to the Central Secretariat (Central government Ministry office) to meet the Ministers and their private staff, in regard to the business of designing out government propaganda advertising. His sales staff would already have done the spadework.

There was a period of time, when he was under severe financial strains. He sold his expensive car. However he arranged for a chauffeur-driven rental car, with private car registration. This arrangement was on a 24 hour-monthly basis, and involved a lot of expense. Why he wanted this car was for his impromptu business trips to various places, including the Central Secretariat.

I once asked him why he couldn’t engage a taxi, when he wanted to go the Central Secretariat, and other places. He then replied that actually for the purpose of going he can very well, even engage an auto-rickshaw (three-wheeler taxi vehicle), for the same purpose. It would be very, very cheap indeed. But then, the mental aura that comes with an arrival in a chauffeur-driven private car would not be there.

He said, ‘If I arrive in such a vehicle, even the very pillar in the Secretariat would know it. When I enter the Minister’s office, the exuberance that I bring in will be felt by everyone. I then would get the appropriate positive response. At the same time, if I come in a taxi car or an auto-rickshaw, or if I had been accompanied by a lower class companion, even the security guards in the building would discern the negativity, even if they don’t actually see my vehicle or my companion’.

Likewise, one may carry the aura of one’s base class-level, wherever one goes, even if one does not convey the same verbally. A little part of this affect may be due to the body language. Whatever the reason, the indicant word level is conveyed. In fact, in a feudal language world, there is an almost invisible and also spontaneous transmission of one’s indicant word level. The cumulative effect of this would be an overwhelming social force on any individual.



72. QUOTE: On one occasion, when I was in camp at Coimbatore, the Oddes (navvies) being afraid of my evil eye, refused to fire a new kiln of bricks for the new no club chambers END OF QUOTE

I do not really understand what the presumed evil eye of an English man was. However, it is true that the presence of an Englishman or his seeing of the events would create major changes in the mood of everyone. In fact, his very presence, way of interaction, connecting across social levels without any qualms about various social strictures &c. can create terrible changes in the social discipline and can even lead to inefficiency.

In fact, I can very categorically say that it was the close interaction of the French soldiery with the English soldiers in the New World during the belligerence led by the miscreant G Washington, that rapidly led to the beheading of the French king.

I have even heard from a former Indian soldier, his rank antipathy for his officers, which arose in him after seeing the English soldiers at close proximity, when his battalion was in Africa on a UN peace-keeping effort.


73. QUOTE: So, when His Excellency drove through Walajapet last July, the bazaar people did not show their best cloths, fearing ill‐luck would follow, but also because they thought he would introduce their trade in carpets, etc., into the Central Jail, Vellore, and so ruin them. END OF QUOTE

There is real pathos in the above statement. I am not speaking about the bazaar people. They are quite intelligent to foresee how the events would take place, if they are a bit careless. I am speaking of England and colonial Englishmen. The English colonialism was busy disseminating all their technical skills, information and also English language, without a bit of caution that once these things come into the hands of competing economic and social bosses in other places, they would takeover and aim for the ruin of England!

Even in Travancore, which was not under British-India, London Missionary Society was quite busy intimating the best industrial ideas to the lower castes there. See:

Native Life in Travancore


74. QUOTE: In Malabar, a mantram, which is said to be effective against the potency of the evil eye, runs as follows: — "Salutation to thee, O God! Even as the moon wanes in its brightness at the sight of the sun, even as..........END OF QUOTE

Thurston is attempting the impossible. He is trying to recreate a Mantram in English by mere translation. It is an impossible venture. The verbal power in the mantram would be connected to the code-view of the original words. Moreover the twists, turns, curls, spiralling and the piercing tone of the words, and its soothing, rhythmic cadence would all act in ways which are not mentionable in English.

It is true that even seeming gibberish animal sounds can have powerful codes or meanings that cannot be understood or detected by human beings. It is the same with feudal languages. And also about Mantram chanting.

Trying to understand them at the physical view level might be dangerous for native-English speakers. For it might mean transforming themselves into the native-speakers of the language. It can create a scar on the innate stature of a native-Englishman or woman.


75. QUOTE: In Malabar, fear of the evil eye is very general. At the corner of the upper storey of almost every Nayar house near a road or path is suspended some object, often a doll‐like hideous creature, on which the eye of the passers‐by may rest END OF QUOTE

There is some mighty trick code in effecting an unconscious shift in the focus of the eye. After all, the persons who are viewing the house are speakers of a communication software in which mere words can create huge shift in the design view.


76. QUOTE:...........a prickly branch of cactus, or what not, to catch the evil eye of passers‐by, and divert their attention from the important work in hand." END OF QUOTE

Persons, who have lived so many years and never known about the existence of feudal languages, must not act too intelligent and pronounce judgemental comment on these things. For, judging without information is a nonsensical arrogance.


77. QUOTE: Mr S. Appadorai Iyer: "It is not the eye alone that commits the mischief, but also the mind and tongue. .. END OF QUOTE.

This is a statement that comes quite close to understanding that there is a huge interconnected machinery in the background, in which the eyes, mind and tongue work in close collaboration to each other. Even beyond it is a fact that all of them would work in the wider expanse of the software application of the codes of reality.

Without knowing anything about all this, people including the ‘learned’ medical and mental science professional make ‘profound’ statements!


78. QUOTE: It is waved in front of the sick person, taken to a place where three roads or paths meet, and left there. END OF QUOTE

I have noticed that there is something special about the number 3 in some of the feudal languages. Apart from that, the meeting place of three roads also has some specific code/s that does intervene in the reality view in some manner.


79. QUOTE: The sudden illness of children is often attributed to the evil eye. END OF QUOTE.

I have my own observations that there is something true in the above lines. However, the actual affect of the negative numerical value infliction cannot be mentioned by me. Illness is just one. It can be many other things also.


80. QUOTE: It is said that "you will cause mortal offence to a Hindu lady, should you remark of her child ‘What a nice baby you have or 'How baby has grown since I saw him last.' END OF QUOTE.

Even though things are not as simple as Thurston mentions, there is indeed some problem with such praise that might evoke jealousy of envy in others.

I remember an experience of my own from some 25 years back. It was the closing day celebration of a study course, in which the students (male & female) came from varying levels of background and English proficiency. I made a fabulous extempore speech, with each line loaded with synonyms and rhyming words.

After that there was a Housie competition. I was the first to get the first line correct. After some time, I was the first to get the second line correct. Then again after some more time, I was the first to get the third line correct. In fact, everything I got correct.

If I looked in the eyes of many other ‘class-mates’, I could see the look of quite distressed envy.

That evening it seemed that I was being heaped with ‘luck’. Chocolates were the prizes, which were eaten by others in a gesture of appreciating my ‘luck’.

But within hours or days, ill-luck came my way from every direction. It was as if all my luck had been poured out on that day. Ill-luck continued for a long time.

However, I have over the years understood that all these luck and ill-luck basically is small items in a big software program. In that, nothing actually deviates from the predestined path of life.

I cannot say that this is the experience and intelligence everyone would get from their own lives.

It might be mentioned again that the encoding of envy in a feudal language system would be quite different from that in planar languages like English. In the former, any luck or success can make powerful shifts in the location of many others in the design view.

In fact, the eyeing of any event by feudal (discriminatory) language speakers has to be understood in a manner different from anything understood in English. It is a different world. Emotions are different.


81. QUOTE: At a royal marriage in Travancore, in 1906, a bevy of Nayar maidens, quaintly dressed, walked in front of the Rani's palanquin. They were intended as Drishti Pariharam, to ward off the evil eye. END OF QUOTE.

Drishti Pariharam, literally can mean the ‘solution’ for the ‘seeing’. Yes, in feudal languages, who sees us, who thinks about us, about whom we think, who comments about us, who interacts with us, who competes with us, who mentions a connection with us, who gets up in a pose of servitude to us all are connected to a very complex web of interlocked codes. This is due to the presence of indicant codes. It splits all simple link codes into a multitude. This is turn make the whole social relationship links into a very gigantic web of links.

A tiny change in a numerical value in one link literally heaves the whole web of strings in a very complex manner. For, the shift in the numerical value stature of any one entity in the web can rearrange the stature of every person, relative to each other person. Some persons may simply shift from below another person to above that person, when somewhere else there is a change in some numerical value.

I will give a very simple example.

One man is working as an assistant (Name: A) in a small-time shop. Though of around forty years, he is not given much respect (low indicant words). He keeps to himself as much as possible. However, he has a close associate who is also a lower job man (Name: B). He is also in the lower indicant word levels.

That is people in his work area use the no-respect words for YOU, HE, HIM, HIS, YOUR, YOURS &c. about him and to him.

One afternoon all of the employees are sitting together. Mr. A is not there. Mr. B is there.

Suddenly on TV there is an announcement. That a young man from the locality has passed the highest grade IAS exam in flying colours. It is specifically mentioned that this young person is the son of Mr. A.

His son had been working somewhere else and had studied for the exam and passed it, due to his own diligence. IAS exam is the entrance gateway to the highest ranking administrative service position in India.

The information is something that has happened at least a couple of thousand kilometres away. Usually no one will care for this kind of news much. However, inside the room there is a rapid shift in the indicant words. Mr. A’s son is going to come as a very senior officer in the State government.

In the local feudal language, Mr. A will have a very powerful position above his son, in the verbal codes. As this information sinks in, the employees in the room will understand the terrific change that has happened in the verbal codes. All words of addressing and referring have to change to fit into the scheme of the new information.

However, it would not end at that point. A new information also will sink. That Mr. B is very intimately connected to Mr. A. This simple connection will enhance Mr. B’s indicant words also. For, he is also now in another plain.

From there the link codes of Mr. B also will start changing in various locations. In many places, he will literally do a flipping by which he will be on top of various others who had earlier been on top of him.

This very necessary change is machined by the indicant word codes.


In a human society, there are very many people. There are tens of thousands of links. When this upheaval affects every link, there will be spontaneous and rapid change in everyone in the links.

I gave the above illustration to show how a complex web of relationship can literally wobble and rearrange itself when there is a shift in the indicant word arrangement in one location.

There is a social fright everywhere. Even the queens and kings are terribly wary of some misfortune hitting them, and they being reduced to the levels of ordinary people.

In the subcontinent, this terror has induced a continuous haste to tumble down others. For, it is a very common understanding that the others are always making haste to tumble down the man on this side.

This terror literally ended after the English East India Company came to become the paramount power in the subcontinent. Every kingdom sought their protection and there was peace.

See this quote from Travancore State Manual, written by a native historian:

QUOTE 1: “It is the power of the British sword,” as has been well observed, “which secures to the people of India the great blessings of peace and order which were unknown through many weary centuries of turmoil, bloodshed and pillage before the advent of the Briton in India” END OF QUOTE. (Travancore State Manual)

QUOTE 2: ..............collecting their own taxes, building their own forts, levying and drilling their own troops of war, their chief recreation consisting in the plundering of innocent ryots all over the country or molesting their neighbouring Poligars. The same story was repeated throughout all the States under the Great Moghul. In fact never before in the history of India has there been one dominion for the whole of the Indian continent from the Himalayas to the Cape, guided by one policy, owing allegiance to one sovereign power and animated by one feeling of patriotism to a common country, as has been seen since the consolidation of the British power in India a hundred years ago. END OF QUOTE. (Travancore State Manual)


82. QUOTE: There is this peculiarity about a Nayadi's curse, that it always has the opposite effect. Hence, when he is asked to curse one who has given him alms, he complies by invoking misery and evil upon him. END OF QUOTE.

It would be quite interesting to check the particular software codes that enable a total reversal in affect. In fact, many years ago when I was experimenting with Adobe Acrobat, inside a form field, there was a location for pushing up an image inside the field box. However, it was found that when we push up the image, it would come down. It was obviously some code anomaly that had gone unnoticed at the time that version of Adobe Acrobat was released. In later versions, this coding error was seen rectified. That is when we push up the image, it goes up. Not down.

All these things are in the software codes that design the real view. The going up and the going down. Both gravity as well as levitation.


83. QUOTE: During one of my tours, a gang of Yerukalas absolutely refused to sit on a chair, and I had perforce to measure their heads while they squatted on the ground. END OF QUOTE.

It seems a most curious observation. Maybe Thurston did not understand. However, that also is not really possible. For, he would be aware of the hierarchy strictures in the local society. Very few people were allowed sit on a chair or to sleep on a cot. These two mentioned freedoms are only for the higher classes.

Even now, most people in India would not dare to sit in front of a government official. When I say ‘most people’, the reader should bear in mind that there are around 70% or so people in India, who are under varying levels of poverty and lowliness. In all fashionable talk about India, their experiences do not count.


84. QUOTE: When a Tamil Paraiyan dies, an impression of the dead man's palm is sometimes taken in cow‐dung, and stuck on the wall. END OF QUOTE.

It is quite curious as to how Thurston gets to know of these things. Actually, the very lower castes’ issues are not taken up for any kind of discussion in the local social system, unless it is for some kind of political gain.

Recently, that is around the year 2016, I heard this story from a higher caste young man. There was a Pulaya (very low caste) man and his wife in a nearby location. He had a son. Around their house, was the house of a slightly lower caste carpenter, who was also a known communist party small-time leader in the area.

The Pulaya man lived in a hut with no ground area around it. The next door carpenter had a huge property.

Pulayas are among the totally low castes. Among them those who converted into Christianity from Travancore (independent kingdom) during the times of the English evangelism went upward in the social system as they become big time landowners of forest land. However, the Pulayas of Malabar did not get this opportunity as Missionary work was not allowed inside British-India. Even East India Company rule did not allow it.

The Pulaya man in this story, lived in a small hut. My informant mentioned that his wife was not mentally capable. I could understand the statement. If the highest government official in India is addressed and referred to in the lower indicant words, he or she will become equally mentally unfit.

The Pulaya man died. My informant got this news. The corpse was lying there untended. Something had to be done. The wife was unable to communicate with the next door communist man, unless she was willing to bear the terrible lower indicant word usages.

My informant went to the next door communist man. He had a big property. The Pulaya man had lived in a very small piece of land, in which his hut occupied more or less the whole plot. So the request was made to this man to allow the dead body to be cremated in his huge land property.

The request was point-blank refused. There was no question of a Pulaya man’s dead body being cremated in his land. It would remain as a black spot forever. At the same time, if the request was to bury the dead body of a socially high stature man, then it would be thing of which one could be proud of.

Now, this is the reality of India. There is repulsion towards various peoples. These same people, who cannot bear each other, when they reach a native-English nation, cannot bear any corridor being kept to keep them out of any avenue. For, they have a very powerful word for claiming damages. That word is ‘racism.

English ‘racism’ is utter nonsense. It does not keep anyone from coming near. Everyone wants to experience English ‘racism’. It is the most ennobling experience on earth. That is the truth.

Coming back to the dead body issue, people are encoded in terrific and terrible verbal codes, the power of which cannot be understood in English. If these codes work on an Englishman, he will also dry up. Google Search for James Scurry.


85. QUOTE: The evil tongue is a frequent cause of failure. It consists in talking evil of others or harping on probable misfortunes. END OF QUOTE.

There is a climate of speaking ill in the subcontinent. It is basically connected to the feudal indicant words. If the referring is in the higher indicant word codes, people would not speak ill.

However, in most cases this assigning of a higher indicant word code is a very big burden. In most cases, even if a higher indicant word is used for addressing (YOU, YOUR, YOURS), if the person is not powerful enough, the words for HE, HIS, HIM, SHE, HER, HERS will go into the lower indicant words in private conversation.

At this location, all mentions are generally towards the lower grading. Ill-speech is rampant. People would seek out bad themes about the person and mention it. It is a very enjoyable experience to feel the power of using lower indicant words on persons who act superior.

Even if one is nice to others, this will happen. If the person seems to be from a more refined social stratum, then the tendency to speak ill becomes more manifest and a social necessity. This is when that person has no personal punitive powers. However, if the person has punitive powers, then people consistently use the higher indicant words. Fear is the key to acquiring higher indicant words.

These are items totally from a very eerie social location that is never known to the native-English. For these kinds of satanic codes are not there in English.


86. QUOTE: I have seen eggs, milk, and plantains offered in the evening, after the lamp has been lit, at these shrines, to invoke the serpent's aid on particular occasions. Such is the veneration in which these shrines are held that Cherumars (agrestic serfs) and other low caste aborigines, who are believed to pollute by their very approach, are absolutely interdicted from getting within the precincts. END OF QUOTE

Thurston is speaking about serpent-worship in the households. It is locally known as Nagaraadhana or Sarparaadhana. Sarpam is the local word equivalent for serpent. I find the similarity in the names quite interesting.

Households would have sarpakkavu or serpent shrines (serpent groves).

Those who did this worship must have derived some benefits. Otherwise, it would be quite illogical to believe that such a spiritual theme would survive for centuries. As to what happened after the advent of the English rule was that in most places, this worship literally went dry. Many of the higher caste households removed all traces of these things.

As to whether anything went bad for them, well, the fact is that they have lost their temporal stature in the social system. They have come down to the levels of being equal or lesser to their deemed lower castes. Whether this experience is due to their negligence towards serpent worship might remain a moot point till one learns to approach the supernatural codes of reality.

Speaking about the stature of the serpents, it was believed that the proximity of lower castes would be unbearable to these deemed divinities. It is said that they would run off, if such persons approached.

I find it interesting that this behaviour pattern is quite similar to how the higher castes actually behaved when the lower castes were given statutory rights to come inside locations where once only the higher castes roamed.

And it is also interesting that this behaviour is similar to what is known as ‘White flight’ in England. Well, the fact is that what promotes all these urges are the same or similar software codes.

Eerie communication codes can really terrify people, even if it is not spoken.


87. There is a famous Brahmin household known as Pampu Mekat Illam. This is a household traditionally connected to serpent worship. It is said that there is a Kedavilakk (never-dying lamp) in this household. It literally means that the lamp is kept lit always. The oil used in this lamp is mentioned as having the powers to cure skin-troubles which can be traced to Sarpakopam (wrathful curse of the serpents).


88. QUOTE: The women, from whom devils have to be cast out, bathe and take their seats on the western side, each with a flower‐pod of the areca palm. The Pulluvan, with his wife or daughter, begins his shrill musical tunes (on serpents), vocal and instrumental alternately. As they sing, the young female members appear to be influenced by the modulation of the tunes and the smell of the perfumes. They gradually move their heads in a circle, which soon quickens, and the long locks of hair are soon let loose END OF QUOTE.

Above quote is about Pamban Thullal (serpent dance). Actually the benefits that these kinds of rituals gave cannot be disregarded as utter useless. For, these things can easily compete with the modern psychological and psychiatric practises. At least, the Pulluvans have some definite idea as to who they are appealing to. It is doubtful if the mental science professionals have any grounds of authority about what they are professing. Lobotomy, Electric-shock treatment, use of drugs whose exact manner of curing or treating is not known etc. are at best some kind of fashionable livelihood.

00. Book profile


01. Intro

02. The frill issues

03. The deeper themes

04. Code view, design view & real view

05. The exact danger in social development

06. The fabulous un-detection

07. The machinery of disparaging

08. Lost in translation

09. A hint of the codes behind solid reality

10. Codes of Aiyitham

11. Upward lifting power

12. Codes of ‘respect’

13. The code version view of human beings

14. An observation at a personal level

15. A very powerful experiment

16. Locating the Voodoo-acting location

17. The continuous wobbling

18. The arena of Sensations

19. Words that crush and those that stretch

20. Software codes of Shamanism

21. Other supernatural software items

22. The issue of touching and of un-touch-ability

23. A detour to English colonial administration

24. Back to repulsions in touch

25. A supernatural way to off-set negativity

26. Allusions to the anecdotal black-tongue

27. Metamorphosing into a hermit

28. Back to the eerie realm of Evil Eyes

29. A thing that can provoke the evil eye

30. From my personal experience

31. Detecting an inserted code

32. The viewing angle

33. The Codes of touch

34. Gadgetries of degrading

35. Issue of viewing

36. A clue from the epics of the landscape

37. What bodes ill for England

38. Codes of imagination

39. The slow rattling and the rearrangement

40. Astrology and other divinations

41. Hidden codes in spiritual scriptures

42. The curse of the serpents

43. The ambit of a disaster

44. Nonsensical theories of communication

45. Continuing on the serpent theme

46. Jinxed buildings

47. Jinxed positions around a place of worship

48. The second item: the broken mirror

49. Supernatural codes of building design

50. The spoken word and the effect of pronunciation

51. The Pied-Piper-of-Hamelin capacity

52. The diffusion of numerical values

53. The litmus test of stature codes

54. The working of the breached codes

55. On to the attributes of ‘sensation’

56. Miscellaneous items

57. Decoding bird signs

58. Use of urine, hair, nail, blood etc. in black arts

59. Lucky stones

60. Sleeping positions

61. The proof of the pudding

62. A software based disease treatment system

63. The power of indicant words to redesign

64. The other means to investigate

65. The fabulous ‘n’ word

66. Yantram

67. A warm talisman

68. Computer coding in feudal languages

69. Commentary 1

70. Commentary 2

71. Commentary 3

72. Commentary 4

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