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Feb 26, 2006 03:25 PM
by krsanna

Thanks for mentioning "Vedic Mathematics."  I'll order it.  I'm 
extremely interested in this topic at the moment.  Your information 
that 432 is a factor of the sun's radius is extremely important.  
The cycles recorded in ancient centers look to be all about the sun 
and relationships to the sun.  Destruction of solar data by the 
Christians is one of my pet peeves.  It makes me so mad, I could 
spit.  I suspect that much of what I'm looking for is preserved in 
the Vedas, in one form or another.  I need to sniff it out.

The reason you couldn't get the TimeStar to animate is because the 
link needs to be updated.  The link to join the TimeStar list also 
needs to be updated.  My ISP changed servers about six months ago, 
and I haven't updated the link.    

I have focused so much energy into theosophy in the last two years 
that I've let the TimeStar site go badly out of date.  I faithfully 
did TimeStar predictions for seven years, and got much of the 
information I wanted out of them.  After seven years, however, I was 
tired of just counting cycles month after month.  I wanted to deal 
with the principles that make the Timestar work, the esoteric side 
that underlies the empirical forecasts.

One of my teachers mentioned Blavatsky, and I searched for her on 
the internet and started reading.  I loved reading her work, and, 
somewhere in the last two years, I realized that I had started 
thinking of myself as a theosophist.

When I saw how voluminous Blavatsky's work is, I started a study 
group with several friends.  We've been meeting monthly for 1-1/2 
years.  I had no idea who Besant and Leadbeater were until recently, 
and long after I had become immersed in Blavatsky's work.  I 
read "The Theosophical Movement" a few months ago.  Frankly, the TS 
looks like one more replay of the same old stuff that's kept this 
planet in chaos for no less than 5,000 years.   

As you can see, I do not mention Blavatsky on the TimeStar site.  I 
didn't know anything about her when I created the site; however, I 
plan to redesign the TimeStar site and create a new one dealing with 
theosophy soon.

Best regards,
Krsanna Duran

--- In, samblo@... wrote:

   Thanks for your reply and explanation of the TimeStar. In your 
second post 
that day I did see you signed name and that resolved the question 
for me, 
sorry for that, but you are right this forum is a little unsettled 
right now, 
ignore that you are precious. 
    Thanks to Morten (Global theosophy here, a member) I was noticed 
of your 
TimeStar Website. I stayed up late into the morning reading and 
enjoying the contents of your Website, my most sincere compliments 
on it. I very 
much appreciated the readability of your pages. I loved you openness 
about the 
UFO community and you experiences with them, I laughed at parts 
until I had 
years in my eyes having also had similar exposures. I personally 
knew Daniel P. 
Fry when he was alive casually at his "Understanding Chapter" in 
Ca. and at his Tonopah Center, I enjoyed reading part of the pages 
on him you 
have there, I will finish all the pages in due time. Thanks for 
posting the 
Seven Tablets of the Dresden Codex, I much enjoyed that also.

    Might I inquire? I clicked the animation for the TimeStar and it 
did not 
execute, was it me or is it disabled at present? I would love to see 
"Skywalker" image sometime. I am a little embarrassed as you are 
well couched in 
many things but have you read "Vedic Mathematics?" It has the 
Numeric key for 
the Sanskrit Alphabet and a great treasure in Mathematics.

Vedic Mathematics
"Sixteen Simple Mathematical Formulae From the Vedas"
By Jagadguru Swami Sri Bharati Krsna Tirthaji Maharaja
Shankaracharya of Govardhana Matha, Puri
Hindu Vishvavidyalaya Nepal Rajya Sanskrit Series Vol. 10

This work has methods radical to any western mathematics, such 
as "beginning" 
with the last digit of an answer and proceeding in reverse order to 
the first 
digit we would generate using the western method. It can be ordered 
from the 
Vedanta Society Bookstore but they have to special order it, I have 
edition India 1965. This was a Forest Retreat Yogi that produced 
this as a result 
of his retreat.

Also 432 is a cipher for the solar sun being it's radius times 1000, 
always amazed me how these ancient peoples integrated the dimension 
values in 
multiple layers.

   I wholeheartedly agree the Forum should be devoted to the 
discussion of 
Theosophy and Blavatsky in  I stated that in a recent post regards 
why I 
subscribed here in 1999,

Very Best regards,

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