Operation Jarjara – The Worship Of Indra Amidst The Modern Age

For the past few weeks, we have been working on something a bit special. We call it Operation Jarjara - an exploration-and-exposition series focused upon the revelation of the modern Indo-European worship of Lord Indra. Now note that I said "revelation" - not "restoration". For despite what you may have heard, the Hindu religion never … Continue reading Operation Jarjara – The Worship Of Indra Amidst The Modern Age

The Past Is A Battlefield – Fought Over By The Armies Of Modernity

Some of the comments from my latest article. Which I find interesting - because it suggests that some people who'd self-identify more toward a "hard conservative" view … think we're being, and I quote "feminist […] revisionists"; whereas some people who would appear to identify more toward the "hard progressive" end of things think we're … Continue reading The Past Is A Battlefield – Fought Over By The Armies Of Modernity

On The Restoration Of The Position Of Women To That Of Archaic Indo-European Society

I find this image - and what it represents - rather intriguing. Because what we are presented with here is an instance of a Past challenging a Present. And it is something with quite archaic Indo-European mytho-cultural resonancy. What do I mean by this? Well, first, here's a brief description of what's going on in … Continue reading On The Restoration Of The Position Of Women To That Of Archaic Indo-European Society

Thursday – Jupiter’s Day, Brihaspati’s Day Rather Than Thor’s Day

It is Thursday - Jupiter's Day ; or, in the Hindu reckoning, Brihaspati's Day. Now, there is an obvious disconnect here between Thursday as Thor's Day … and the day being regarded as the Day of the Thundering Sky Father. This is due to the Interpretatio Romana framework as wielded by post-Christianization figures having some … Continue reading Thursday – Jupiter’s Day, Brihaspati’s Day Rather Than Thor’s Day

The Painting Of The Past As Present – On Kashi Vishwanath Mandir And The Resurrection Of Western Indo-European Religion

This is a painting of the Kashi Vishwanath Temple in Varanasi , painted by William Simpson in 1862. It is one of the most salient Shiva temples in Shiva's Holy City. Now here is the thing - we often see people posting pictures of the great Temple of Zeus , or that of Artemis at … Continue reading The Painting Of The Past As Present – On Kashi Vishwanath Mandir And The Resurrection Of Western Indo-European Religion

Polytheism, Over-Divinity, And Drama Amidst The Divine Council – Some Brief Answers To Some Foundational Indo-European Theological Questions

I was asked the question: "can you explain how you can have multiple gods, who struggle with each other, or would you say there is some other entity deciding which god wins and which god loses in these struggles?" It's a pretty interesting one, and as far as I'm aware the person asking it hasn't … Continue reading Polytheism, Over-Divinity, And Drama Amidst The Divine Council – Some Brief Answers To Some Foundational Indo-European Theological Questions

On Using The IndraNet To Facilitate Indo-European Religious Revival

Something that's got me thinking - and while it starts off (as it often does) Hindu, of broader relevancy to the wider Indo-European religious revival that's going on at present. This ongoing pandemic is leading to some interesting - and creative - developments in the religious sphere. I got a message from one of the … Continue reading On Using The IndraNet To Facilitate Indo-European Religious Revival

‘Mother And Motherland Are Higher Than Heaven’ – An Arya Akasha Analysis Of A Beauteous Maxim

'Mother And Motherland Are Higher Than Heaven' - An Arya Akasha Analysis Of A Maxim Today marks Republic Day in India. जय हिंद ! The dual commemorations it is keyed to being the promulgation of India's Constitution in 1950, and the declaration by the Indian National Congress in 1930 of their intent to fight for … Continue reading ‘Mother And Motherland Are Higher Than Heaven’ – An Arya Akasha Analysis Of A Beauteous Maxim

On Music As Kosmos (Order[ing])

"धिमिद्धिमिद्धिमिध्वनन्मृदङ्गतुङ्गमङ्गल ।ध्वनिक्रमप्रवर्तितप्रचण्डताण्डवः शिवः ॥" While I disagree with her on most everything else, it was said by the famed anarchist Emma Goldman - "if I can't dance, then it's not my revolution". " जटाटवीगलज्जलप्रवाहपावितस्थले । " With deference to #NAS Theology and associated rites … it occurs most strongly that in the absence of dance, … Continue reading On Music As Kosmos (Order[ing])