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  1. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    Truth does not need any defence.

    When science and religion run into a deadlock that cant be resolved I tend to prefer the religeous view because science is aleays changing and the nature of these...
  2. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    Yes, there is absolutely no evidence for any scientific theories with regards to life and universe. The moment science declared that matter created life through a random process of negligible...
  3. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    Hmm, so Meru is at the north pole and 84,000 yojanas in height and Brahma sits at the top, and we cant see them because of our limited faculties?

    So that means conceding that Brahma is part of...
  4. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    Namaste Sai,

    I hope you do realize certain practical issues when dealing with a subject such as Astrology in the modern world? If you take an authority such as varAhamihira, the greatest...
  5. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    I do not know if I appeared a little too harsh with some astrologers, inspite of my own relationship with astrology, and I wrote a comprehensive software program on Astrology a few years ago. The...
  6. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    I did not say that Lokas are subjective. It is possible to be in these Lokas even you are still alive, so they cannot be water tight compartments. Not everybody in this world see this bhu Loka in the...
  7. Re: Vedas, Puranas and the Hollow Earth Theory - Part 1 or 3

    Namaste,

    Shouldn't Hindus be using the scriptures as philosophical texts rather than geography?

    Where is the Sudarshana Dvipa and how is it compatible with the earth? Where are the milk ocean,...
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