Ex Oriente Lux – The Necessity For Hindu Understanding As Guide For Hellenic (Or Broader) Indo-European Mythic Reconstruction, A Brief Exemplar From Kali And MahaGauri In Relation To Demeter Erinyes

Occasionally, it is suggested that when it comes to the Goddess oriented mythology and theology - there is little which the various Indo-European spheres have to offer one another. Particularly as applies the Hindusphere. Clearly these claims are incorrect - and often, they rest upon fundamentally, indeed foundationally fallacious notions that somehow Goddesses of our … Continue reading Ex Oriente Lux – The Necessity For Hindu Understanding As Guide For Hellenic (Or Broader) Indo-European Mythic Reconstruction, A Brief Exemplar From Kali And MahaGauri In Relation To Demeter Erinyes

The Names Of The NavaDurgas In Accessible Translation For NavRatri

With NavRatri beginning tonight - here's an enumeration of the Nine NavaDurgas (One for each Night) … along with an attempt to make the theonyms more understandable via colour-coding. The colour of the part of the word in Sanskrit corresponds to the English word it's translated as. So, for instance, 'Shailaputri' has 'Shaila' (Mountain) in … Continue reading The Names Of The NavaDurgas In Accessible Translation For NavRatri

The Black Avenging Form Of The Indo-European Mother Goddess [ Arya Akasha Arka ]

As we have explored in an array of previous articles, the Indo-European Mother Goddess is closely correlate with Cosmic Law (Rta, Orlog, etc.), and is a truly formidable force in War. The 'Black Avenging Form' Aspect brings these two competencies together - and sees the Mother Goddess obscure Her beautiful, radiant visage with a darkened, … Continue reading The Black Avenging Form Of The Indo-European Mother Goddess [ Arya Akasha Arka ]

MahaGauri – The Eighth Night of NavRatri – Eighth of the NavaDurgas

The Eight Night of #NavRatri is dedicated to Ma as MahaGauri – The Great White One. Now, as readers of yesterday’s piece – on KaalRatri – will be patently aware, this stands in seemingly stark contrast to the previous Night’s Aspect of MataJI, Who is the great(est) Black one. And yet, as it happens, a … Continue reading MahaGauri – The Eighth Night of NavRatri – Eighth of the NavaDurgas

For Friday & For Full Moon – MahaGauri Devi

In light of the full moon, and also that it is Friday - Devotional (A)Art(I) posting of Devi as (Maha)Gauri. Direct meaning of Gauri, is "fair", "brilliant", "white", "radiant", "beautiful", and also, the Moon. MahaGauri, then, is the most brilliant, the great white one, the radiant splendour, the full moon. I have written elsewhere, as … Continue reading For Friday & For Full Moon – MahaGauri Devi

Ardhanarishvara ; Valentine’s Day

The Ardhanarishvara dual-aspect of Mahadev & Mata JI. Now, 'Ardhanarishvara', directly translated, means 'Half [Ardha] Woman [Nari] Sovereign [Ishvara]'. And while I can see why misunderstandings have lead to this particular shared form of the Divine Couple being co-opted, appropriated, and flagrantly misrepresented in the modern day by an array of people and clickbait-publishers looking … Continue reading Ardhanarishvara ; Valentine’s Day

MahaGauri – The Eighth Night of NavRatri – Eighth of the NavaDurgas

The Eight Night of #NavRatri is dedicated to Ma as MahaGauri - The Great White One. Now, as readers of yesterday's piece - on KaalRatri - will be patently aware, this stands in seemingly stark contrast to the previous Night's Aspect of MataJI, Who is the great(est) Black one. And yet, as it happens, a … Continue reading MahaGauri – The Eighth Night of NavRatri – Eighth of the NavaDurgas