In the earliest texts of the Rig Veda, Prajapati was of the most important Gods. As the Brahmans of India began to understand the true nature of consciousness, the symbolic precept of Prajapati became merged into the Trimurti.
In ancient Vedic literature, Lord Indra is depicted as a war god, a destructive force that yields a powerful weapon in the form of the vajra. However, as we shall see, Indra is not so much a god of waging battles, but is the aspect of our nature that enables us to summon courage and confidence.
In the Rig Veda, the earliest Hindu texts, Indra was regarded as one of the most powerful Gods. Although he has retained his tag as a Supreme god in modern Hinduism, the evaluation of his role in the development of consciousness has taken a back seat to the Trimurti.Continue reading The Symbolic Meaning of the Hindu God Indra→
Modern historians and archaeologists often refer to our ancient ancestors as ‘primitive.’ Yet when you interpret the earliest writings of mankind that are still in existence, we discover our ancient ancestors were thousands of years ahead of their time.
Symbols have secret meanings. A lot of people don’t believe me when I say that. But they have never researched ancient symbolism so don’t see the patterns or acquire the knowledge.
But you can. Let’s take a look at the triangle as an example. It is one of the chief esoteric symbols ancient sages used to explain how to manifest things in your life – so is arguably the most important of all esoteric symbols.