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Decode Hindu Mythology: Lokas, the Planets of Advanced Aliens

I conclude this post with a statement from the Brahma-Vaivarta Puraan -
Harer naam Harer naam Hare naam Kevalam,
Kalau na asti eva na asti eva na asti eva gatih anyathha!

Only the name of Hari, Only the name of Hari, Only the name of Hari,
There's no other delieverance, no other deliverance, no other deliverance in this Age of Kali!

The Emerald Tablets of Thoth the Atlantean - 1

NINE is the father, vast he of countenance,
forming and changing from out of the formless.

Hari (Sanskrit: हरि) has many meanings and sometimes refers to a colour, green, yellow, or fawn-coloured/khaki. It is the colour of the Sun and of Soma. The word Hari is widely used in Dharmic literature as worshipable lord covering Hindu, Buddhist, Jain and Sikh religions.

Hari is a famous name of Vedic Supreme God Vishnu (Narayana). It appears as 650th name of Lord Vishnu in Vishnu sahasranama of Mahabharata. In Hindu sacred texts such as Vedas, Mahabharata, Puranas and Bhagavad Gita, Lord Vishnu is frequently addressed as Hari which means Lord who destroys Samsara, that is, entanglement in the cycle of birth and death along with ignorance, its cause.

Alternate meaning used especially in Sikhi is Lord who takes away all the illusions, attachments, desires, ignorance, pains & material existence of his devotees and destroys their material bondage, that is, gives them moksha.

Some other related meaning of Hari

1. bearing (adj.) 2. bay 3. tawny 4. an exclamation 4. people 5. sun 6. Lion 7. horse 8. monkey 9. steed 10. Ishaaq

The Avestan cognate is zari, sometimes incorrectly identified as the first part of the name of Zarathustra. The English words "gold" and "yellow" are probably also both cognates of hari. They all derive from the hypothetical Proto-Indo-European root *ghel-, meaning "to shine"

ps: isaac ..... Ishaaq
Signs and symbols rule the world, not words nor laws. -Confucius.

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