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Vishvarupa and the Probability Waves

by Aranyakananda The title of this post is not my fictional band’s name. It is about a theory put forth in a very unique book I’ve just finished reading, called “The Yoga of Time Travel” by Fred Alan Wolf, Ph.D. … Continue reading

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Try To Commit One Cowherdly Act, Daily

by Aranyakananda I have read recently that the root of the English surname – not necessarily the word– “Coward” is the same as that of the word “Cowherd”. I find this risible as it has been pointed out to me … Continue reading

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Gita 3:16

by Aranyakananda To many, the most cherished of all verses in the Christian scripture is John 3:16, which reads “For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten son so that whoever believes in Him shall not … Continue reading

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