The Plurality: The Sum of all things.
Narayana floats on the ocean of kāraṇa, from where ve gazes over all of nature, and creates innumerable material universes. Just as a tree decorates itself with innumerable grown fruits.
Nothing can take place without a cause. The Karana Ocean is the cause of all things and is therefore called the Causal Ocean.
(Note: Kāraṇa means “causal.”)
Wisdom of the Star Shamen:
The world rests on a turtle’s back.
Things are made of stuff.
Space is shards of self-referential entangled causality.
The universe is the shell of a cosmic egg.
Forget about truth!
Lies curve off to infinity.
You may approach, but never touch.
Utility is as good as it gets.
Evolved for sex and hitting things with rocks, human minds expect reality to be self-evident and mundane. Our software, evolved up in the branches of trees and out with the tall grass of the African savannah, is built for the problems facing small groups of social hunter gatherers. Sometimes our software can be tricked into accepting metaphor as input in place of the ‘reality’ we sense. If the metaphor is deep enough, if isomorphisms capture actual fundamental truths, adoption of the metaphor or narrative may prove advantageous. But when superficial, fairy-tale nonsense is sent to the ape, expect atrocity and horror as output.
No golden calf.
No cosmic egg.
No crystal shells.
No Karana ocean.
There is no mountain.
All eyes on you.
Power to the People.
Karana ocean can be described as an n-Polytope where ‘n‘ is the lemniscate, infinity (or something close to it). Each face of Karana Ocean is a sea the equivalent of Garbhodaka, a Minkowski Space-Time with Mass, Energy, Dark Matter and Dark Energy.
Karana Ocean – The Infinite Substrate where Narayana, the soul of the universe, lies dreaming all Singularity’s Children.
Garbhodaka Sea (Garbhodakamréys) – Local Space-Time, our Minkowski manifold.
SāmeruMandala – our solar system, one of many Mandalas floating on the Garbhodaka Sea.
Planets (awjō), Seas (*mréys), Belts (Bergs, *gerds) of Sāmeru Mandala
The Sun: Sāmeru
Venus: Vetu (Rahu)
Earth: Wralda, Dünya
1st Belt, Asteroid Belt: MānaGherd
2nd Belt, Kuiper Belt: LokGherd
Islands of Lok: Heorot, Jegis, Konemo
3rd Belt, Oort Cloud: GarbhodakGherd
Note on Venus:
On SāmeruMandala, Venus has two aspects, like the moon it has a dark, Rahu and and a light, Vetu, aspect.
You will need to get a Star Shaman unusually high before he will explain that it is actually the dark aspect (Rahu) that most people are familiar with, and although the Mandela calls Venus Vetu, it is only accessible to initiates of the 6th tier.
Star Shamen employ consensus filters to avoid interacting with entanglement contamination of people familiar with Rahu. Most Star Shamen will not enter within the Mānagerd for fear of pollution.
Star Shamen maintain the Garbhodok Mesh. It is updated with the local space of Sāmeru Mandela as well as all the known Mandala’s of the Garbhodakamréys.
Karana is outside the Garbhod Mesh, just as Karana, the infinite substrate lies beneath the Garbhodakmréys.
StarShamen maintain that the Plurality is nothing more than the Mesh of Meshes. Sometimes, when they are not yet high enough, journey-man Star Shamen worry about whether there is more than one Karana Ocean.
StarShamen maintain that as the seat of the soul is outside the physical universe, just as Karana is below both Garbhodakmréys and Garbhodok Mesh. The reality of the physical universe–all the Mandelas of Garbhodakmréys and the dust and gas between them–as well as the simulated Garbhodok Mesh with it’s Sāmeru Mandala are equivalent.
The only reality is Karana – the infinite substrate.
The Fins say: “All is song”
Sāmaṇera – Acolyte. Aspirant of some Klan such as the StarShamen and the Vedant Kult [Klan pending]
śramaṇa – shaman
Amuesha 1st Tier StarShaman (Star, soul, unit of consciousness)
Dhiṣṇya 2nd Tier StarShaman (Star)
Divigamana 3rd Tier StarShaman (Sky Traveller)
Svargamārga 4th Tier StarShaman (Road of Heaven)
“If we superimpose the orbits of Mercury, Venus, Mars, Jupiter, and Saturn on a map of Bhumandala, we find that the boundary curves of each planet’s orbit tend to line up with circular features of Bhumandala. Thus the inner boundary of Mercury’s orbit swings in and nearly grazes feature 10 in Table 1, and its outer boundary swings out and nearly grazes feature 13. We can sum this up by saying that Mercury’s boundary curves are tangent to features 10 and 13. The boundary curves of the orbit of Venus are likewise tangent to features 8 and 14 as shown in Figure 4, and those of the orbit of Mars are tangent to features 9 and 15. Figure 5 shows the alignments between features of Bhumandala and the boundary curves of Mercury, Venus, and Mars. The inner boundary of Jupiter’s orbit is tangent to feature 16, and the outer boundary of Saturn’s orbit is tangent to feature 17. These alignments are shown graphically in Figure 6. If we include Uranus, we find that its outer boundary lines up with feature 18, the outer edge of Bhumandala. The orbital alignments make use of over half the circular features of Bhumandala. Each of the features from 8 to 18, with the exception of 11 and 12, aligns with one orbital boundary curve. But it turns out that features 11 and 12 also fit into the orbital picture. Unlike the planetary orbits, the geocentric orbit of the sun is nearly circular, since it is simply the earth’s heliocentric orbit as seen from the earth. The sun’s orbit lies almost exactly halfway between the circular features 11 and 12, and this is shown in Figure 5.”
The planets: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Navagraha
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