No, Śarva, The Archer Theonym Of Rudra, Is Not Of Non-Indo-European Origination

I am, it would appear, once again infuriated. This time, by that most frequent of annoyances, Academic Shenaniganry. Specifically pertaining to Lord Shiva. An associate had directed my attention to a recent work by Lubotsky that attempted to set out that a rather large and integral swathe of Vedic religion … was non-Indo-European. And was, … Continue reading No, Śarva, The Archer Theonym Of Rudra, Is Not Of Non-Indo-European Origination

brief points pertaining to Indo-European cross-influence viz. Ancient Near East & Egyptian spheres [Arya Akasha Arka]

We have occasionally been asked some questions pertaining to the interrelationship (or lack thereof) between the Egyptian (and other Near Eastern), and Indo-European spheres. Here's two recent ones, with the accompanying answers. We are posting these as we presume they may be of interest to others. They are not full scale analyses of the matters … Continue reading brief points pertaining to Indo-European cross-influence viz. Ancient Near East & Egyptian spheres [Arya Akasha Arka]

On Hera In The Orphic Canon – The Sovereign Queen & Sky Father’s Equal

It is occasionally alleged that our belief in a Goddess Who is, we may say, not only the "Radiant Queen of the Heavens" - but also an Imperial Sovereign over existence, and an 'Equal' (rather than a 'Chattel') to Her Husband, the Sky Father … is some form of curiously specific Hindu enthusiasm that we … Continue reading On Hera In The Orphic Canon – The Sovereign Queen & Sky Father’s Equal

Goddess Worship Is Indo-European – Modern Efforts To Undermine This Are Not

It is FRIDAY - Devi's Day ! Or, if we are are approaching things from the Germanic perspective … Frigg's Day. But, then, I repeat myself. And, with that in mind - here is a most insightful comment from one of our men about this ongoing situation we seem to encounter of brazen insistence against … Continue reading Goddess Worship Is Indo-European – Modern Efforts To Undermine This Are Not

Varahi, Freyja, Saraswati – The Boar of Battle and the Goddess

Art from the work-in-progress stage of a large SaptaMatrika piece by sivaneskumar0303 It is a well-known fact that within the realms of the Indo-European conceptual syllabary, the Boar has a prominent place as a martial signifier. It stands for a place of honour - of formidable potency upon the field of war. We find particular … Continue reading Varahi, Freyja, Saraswati – The Boar of Battle and the Goddess

Against Spurious “Pre-Indo-European-Ization” Of Indo-European Elements

This happens remarkably frequently - both in terms of the linguistics, but also in terms of the mythology and theology. There's quite a number of spaces wherein some academic or other commentator with a personal theory (or, worse, an agenda) has latched on to something and gone "well this seems like it shouldn't be Indo-European … Continue reading Against Spurious “Pre-Indo-European-Ization” Of Indo-European Elements