Definition of an Achievement

A person builds a new house for his residence, a student qualifies in an examination, a sportsperson makes a new record, etc. The house provides opportunity for a new way of living, the examination takes the student to a higher class, the new record puts the sportsperson in a position of further improving or maintaining the performance, etc. Thus, each and every achievement prompts for a new beginning, and is never an end of the path of performance. It may be said to a milestone on the path of progress by the performer. This applies to all fields of human endeavor. This brings one fact to the forefront that life is journey with achievements as milestones opening doors to new frontiers. At this juncture of time around midnight, as I finish my cup of coffee, the beverage gave a boost to my spirits for completing this piece with some new lights thrown on achievements.

A Revisit to History

Ram fullAbout a decade back when I had just arrived to resettle myself in the village in a new way far from professional race for wealth and career ambitions, I used to trace fragments of history of Mahaabhaarat period through physical verifications of information I used to have from my studies of scriptures. In one such step, I had visited a village nearby to trace a family which was resettled there after we, the Theos, were getting defeated and being killed, and were at the verge of extinction. I had only two pieces of information on that family – its members must be tall and comparatively fair in complexion, and that the family’s house is built with stones and mortar long time ago. While wandering in the village asking people about such a family old persons generally came up with telling me that the landlord of the area was not allowing building up of stone and mortar houses, hence all houses in the village were mud-houses until 1955 or so when land-lordship was eradicated and cultivators were provided rights on lands they had been cultivated. Still I insisted that there was at least one house built of stones and mortars. Yes, it is true, came a reply from a very old person, and he pointed out the present family head to me. I reached the house to meet the family. After I told the family head of my objective of checking on my historical information, I put a direct question to him, “Your house is supposed to have a hidden treasure. Did any of your ancestors unearth it, or should I help you to trace it out?” In response, he confirmed that while rebuilding the house about 50 years back his father found the treasure. I was satisfied that my way of understanding scriptures was on the right path.

During this visit, I met a boy in the family with inclination towards spirituality and philosophy. I wanted to interact with the boy deeply on these matters, but his father didn’t like it for his wish for the boy to pursue his studies and career like other usual students do. That put a full stop on my interaction with the boy.

A Youngman Visited Me Today

Today, as I was enjoying Sunshine, rare during foggy days, a young man came to see me introducing himself as Narendra and reminding me of my visit to his village about a decade back. It was a rare occasion for me to know my impact on the boy then continuing on the youth of today. He informed me that he completed his education with post-graduation in Philosophy, continued with his interest in spiritual practices, and had some experience in business with his realization that he is not made for doing business for its dirty practices for earning money. The youth had returned back to his village for a new beginning.

Narendra informed me about his spiritual mentor and Guru and wanted me to see him for taking up spiritual practices under his guidance. I agreed to meet his Guru but insisted that I would do my own evaluation of him for further interactions or not. We both were at the same frequency about Kabir as one of the greatest philosophers, superfluous greatness granted to Vivekanand by Indians in general, and many such matters.

Objective of Life

After the young man left, I had a deeper thinking on matters of spirituality in light of what Narendra told me about his mentor. He leads a lonely life often going to meditation for many days in dark chambers unknown to the world. The mentor is the only one following his Guru and has some supernatural powers like leaving his physical body dead for performing in his astral body and retuning back on his own will. Though I have my own views of playing tricks by such miraculous performers, I didn’t disclose my mind to Narendra and offered myself to see his Guru whenever an opportunity arises.

In India, there are numerous tricksters everywhere some claiming to keep on standing for years, some keeping their arms raised for years, some covering long distances through prostrating step by step, some burying themselves underground for long durations and remaining alive, etc. such tracks are pursued for differing objectives like gaining popularity as having supernatural powers, finding disciples, or even collecting money from sympathizers, etc. Such performers often have objectives of personal gains through impressing others by their tricks, and they have nothing to improve upon fate of humanity. Similarly, if a great ascetic goes to meditate in a dark chamber even for years with none else knowing what the performer gains, or none other having any inspiration from him to better his/her life as a whole, his social impact is null making his performance of no value to the humanity.

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In my view, there should be an objective attached to each step, performance or endeavor of a person bettering the person individually with some positive impact on the humanity or a part of it. Even if gain of an exercise remains limited to the individual him/herself taking him/her even to perfect Godliness with no impact on the rest of the humanity, the exercise is valueless serving no purpose or objective of life.

Each individual on growing up to youthfulness becomes indebted to his/her family, society and humanity as a whole of the past and present for his/her growth. Objective of his/her life must be to pay back this debt to the family, society and humanity through positive impacts of his/her performances during rest of his/her lifetime. This criterion makes every step of a person a great achievement, leading for new beginnings through achievements. If both – the individual and the human society, are not positively influenced by an achievement, it can’t be called an achievement.

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Theosoph’s History

India came into being as a Nation about 2400 years back by the Theos, who were originally from Thailand. The Theos ruled this country for about 400 years with the name ‘Gupta Dynasty’ and made it ‘The Golden Bird’ at that time. After that, it has been ruled by invaders and never been allowed to flourish as a capable nation.

Who were the Theos

Theos were a race originated on the piece of land now known as Thailand (in reality it must be Theoland) started building up the first nation on the Earth spanning from present Vietnam in the east to present Pakistan in the west on the south and south-east part of Asia continent about 2400 years ago. Gradually, they moved to the Indian subcontinent as their focal point. In local language and script Devnagri, they are called ‘Devas’, or ‘Devatas’ in vernacular language. The first and the most important theos were three brothers – Brahma, Vishnu and Mahesh, also known as Ram, Lakshman and Bharat in some scriptures.  They were the first to develop technologies for building brick and mortar houses, and agricultural sciences. Angkor vat is their first grand construction followed by Taj Mahal, and many forts on Indian subcontinent. They also pioneered writing historical and scientific books, now known as Indian Vedas and Shastras.

Brahma was a food specialist and the most popular of the three brothers.A simple, down-to-earth personality, he was respected by all. The second, Vishnu was the most intelligent of the three brothers, and expert on economy and ocean-wealth. He survived for about 300 years.   Mahesh, seniormost of all the three in age, was a great warrior. He was also an expert in changing roles through masking and adopting different names. In Indian scriptures, he is found to play 9 different roles, viz. Suryavataar, Shiva, Hanuman, Porus, Varah, etc.

Their fame spread all over the world. As a result they developed many friends and foes around the globe. In their development efforts, they were joined by Christopher (Jesus Christ) from west Asia, who came to Idia alongwith his sister Mary. Vishwamitra from the Indian subcontinent was their important ally. Thus, Jesus, Mary and Vishwamitra were also Theos. Other good friends of theirs were Acropols in Athens, Greece who were also great philosophers. On being defeated by Philips, Acropols also joined Theos on the Indian subcontinent.

The greatest enemy of humanity and that of the theos was Plato supported by his Academy at Athens and his disciple Aristotle. Research conducted at the Academy suggested that the whole humanity could be slaved through divine terrorism for which two new tools were created – the God, and the Religion. Plato has two targets in his mind – Acropolis in Greece and the Theos in India. 

The first religion introduced by the Academy was Judaism, also known as ‘Yahoodi’. The followers were sent to India for spreading the virus of Judaism. The group, thus arrived is known as Yadu or Yadavas in India. They lived as ‘Sadhus’ and sowed the seeds of Godliness in India, to confuse and terrorise people there. Notice the words – Judaism, Yahoodi, Yadu, Yadav, Sadhu and finally ‘pseudos’, all are inter-related and gave birth to a new religion name ‘Hinduism’. Thus. Hinduism is a derivation of Judaism. Thus, mentality of divine-slavery started developing amongst the masses. 

Acropols did not subscribe to divine-slavery, so Plato invited Philips to attack Acropolis and finish the Acropols. In the attack, the Acropols got defeat and they fled to India to join hands with the Theos and merge their identity with them. Their most valuable Alchemist Socrates was arrested and later killed by poisoning. May be, he survived the poisoning, on which further research is going on. With support from Acropols, the Theos group became lareger, stronger and more functional. They started confronting the psychological invasion of India by the pseudos.

Plato engineered birth of a child in the family of pseudos, name Krishna and managed to declare him as a God. He was given training in trickery and to pose as a God. Through his tricks, he started killing mighty Theos one by one. Kansa of Madurai, Keechak of Viratnagar, and Jarasandh of Avantika were the important and mighty Theos thus killed. The Theos started getting weak from a defence point of view.

Indian psyche had become God-fearing, and life of Jesus was in danger because he had survived a death penalty and fled to India. To safeguard his life, Mahesh prepared a mask with an elephant’s head and used it to cover Jesus, declared him as his son ‘Ganesh’, divine incarnation of intellect – Pragya-avataar. The word ‘Ganesh’ is a derivation of word ‘Genius’.  He was given the first position in the Theos and Indian scriptures refer him as ‘Prathama’ meaning ‘the first’. 

A few years later, Aristotle became Guru of Alexander and prepared him to set out on a journey to attack Indian Theos and wipe them out from the land. In this, he had full support from Krishna located in India and weakening the mass-psyche through terrorism of his tricky divinity. At the entry point to India, he was confronted by the mightiest Theo Mahesh with the name ‘Porus’ and was defeated. Being their first defeat, Alexander’s army generals revolted and forced him to have a compromise with the Theo warrior Porus.

Krishna had killed Madurai Theo Kansa, and taken the region under his control. He arranged to settle Alexander’s Dorian army there, kidnap Theo women for them to have  family lives, and prepare for a war. Thus, India got a new race which got the name of ‘Dravid’, a derivation of word ‘Dorians’. Here, it is noteworthy that the ‘Malayalam’ and ‘Kannad’ people in the present south India are not Dravids, they are of the Theo-origin, while Tamils and Telgus are real Dravids.

After preparations of 15 months, Krishna masterminded ‘the first world-war on earth, known as ‘Mahabharat’, for which the Theos were not at prepared, as very few of them had survived Krishna’s tricks. The most important to survive were Vishnu and Jesus.  Vishnu invited Darius II, emperor of Aryanaam (Iran) who had been defeated by Alexander and lost his empire. In India, he is referred to as ‘Duryodhan’. Thus, ‘Aryans’ came to India, and organised a vast army for participating in the ‘Mahabharat’ war, in which Darius was defeated, and most of the Aryan warriors were killed. Krishna was victorious.

Mahabharat war was masterminded in the name of getting a part of empire for the ‘Pandavas’, but after the war, they were despached to wilderness, and a Krishna descendent ‘Mahapadma Nand’ was made the emperor.

Only three important  Theos were left now – Vishnu, Jesus, and Mary. Vishnu married Mary and gave her a new name of ‘Lakshmi’ being Lakshman’s wife. She also adopted forms of ‘Durga’ and ‘Kali’ for attacking the enemies. Vishnu adopted a new name ‘Vishnu Gupta ‘Chanakya’ and Christ got a new name ‘Chitra Gupta’. to work secretly to take revenge of their defeat in Mahabarat war.

Mary gave birth to a son, who was named ‘Chandra Gupta Maurya’. Thus, these three were the seeds of Gupta dynasty in India. Their strategy was successful, Mahapadma Nand was killed, and Chandra Gupta Maurya became the emperor of India. Under guidance of his father Vishnu and maternal uncle Christ, he made India, the most glorious nation on the earth, when it was know as ‘the Golden Bird’.

The author of this blog is a descendent of the Theos and like to be called as ‘Ram Bansal, the Theosoph’.