Shri Adi Shakti “In Vedic mythology, a fabled dawn time existed in the distant past, when human beings had direct contact with the divine intelligence emanating from Brahma—the seat of creative power and intelligence in the cosmos. This archaic Golden Age (the Satya Yuga) lasted some 4800 years. After the Golden Age ended, humanity entered a denser era, that of the Silver Age, lasting only 3600 years. In this age, humanity’s connection with the source was dimmed, and sacrifices and spiritual…
"Warriors of the Rainbow Prophecy[...] References to a new Era, a Golden Age characterised by harmony, stability & prosperity, do not just belong to the Native Americans, but can be found in myths & legends from all over the world. It is known as Chryson Genos in Greek mythology, the Satya yuga in Vedic & Hindu culture, & gullaldr in Norse mythology. One aspect that is common among many legends of the Golden era is the return of beings or gods that will aid in the restoration of the…
Satya Yuga to Kali Yuga: Gold to Iron – the True Pattern of History: "... In all places and times it has been agreed that the direction of history is always "downward", from the Golden Age to the Iron Age ... [then, from what we know about the "matriarchal" origins of civilization] the highest, noblest and most spiritual cultures must have been those primordial feminine ones, while masculine-dominated civilizations must have come into being as quite a late phase of the process of…
Yuga is the name of an extremely talented person. Yuga in Hindu philosophy is the name of an 'epoch' or 'era' within a cycle of four ages. These are the Satya Yuga, the Treta Yuga, the Dvapara Yuga, and finally the Kali Yuga.
"Vedic time cycle has 4 main periods - the Satya yuga (golden age of innocence), Tretha Yuga, Dwapara yuga and Kali Yuga." note: We are currently in the early beginning stages of the Dwapara Yuga, leaving the separation oriented war and fear mongering Kali Yuga behind. the changes are slow, but the age of aquarius is surely here and a shift in consciousness has begun.
This book is a compilation of lectures given by Guruji Krishnananda from 1990 to 1995 on Sundays at Taponagara, covering a range of subjects like Rishis, Satya Yuga, Meditation, Energies, Reincarnation, importance of individual transformation and many others.
Narasimha palli - The self manifested deity dating back to Satya yuga and is still worshiped today.
The image is 10 inches (25 cm) high and depicts the god sitting in the lotus position. It is believed that one arm of the image is getting emaciated with time and finally fall off. When the arm disappears, the main shrine of Badrinath will be closed to the world and Lord Badrinath will shift to Bhavishya Badri shrine. With this cataclysmic event, Kali yuga will end ushering in the Satya yuga. Then the Badrinath shrine would get re-established.
Kali the Goddess : Gentle Mother … Fierce Warrior O Kali, my mother full of bliss! Enchantress of the almighty Shiva! In Thy delirious joy Thou dancest, clapping Thy hands together! Thou art the Mover of all that move, and we are but Thy helpless...