Part-1: The Search begins.
My interest in astronomy began a decade back. It is more than just a hobby. The constellations visible in my hemisphere draws me back time after time and keeps me busy for hours.
The sky has so many wonders and I am deeply drawn towards the cosmos. The cosmos will require lifetimes to understand. I still see sights that I have never seen before after a decade of stargazing.
All I do is to look up the night sky.
I can recognise major constellations in the night sky without a telescope. I have a national geographic telescope handy if I want to probe further.
The cosmos throws up visions of navigating in unfamiliar lands.
The brightest star visible from any part of Earth is Sirius in the constellation Canis Major. It is easy to spot Sirius by drawing a line through the Orion belt. Sirius rises in the southeast and sets in the southwest in the northern latitude.
Agastya dwells in Sirius B.
Agastya is the teacher. He guards and protects the earth and the solar system.
The Rig Veda enchantingly explains big bang and formation of the cosmos.
From the primordial source of light in the super cosmos emerge two energy streams called Ashwins.
The Ashwins represent dual aspect of one and flow in opposite directions.
The left energy stream works on the various cosmic planes to prepare them for existence. The right energy stream works on the souls in various forms and brings them to the cosmic plane. The left energy stream creates the containers and the right energy stream the content.
The primordial light in the super cosmic plane is called Mitra and the creation aspect of its energy is called as Varuna.
This energy manifests two seers in the cosmic plane. They are Agastya in Sirius and Vasishta in the Great Bear constellation or Sapta Rishi.
The Great Bear constellation is the father of our cosmos. The teacher is Sirius. Further away from the Orion belt is Pleiades considered as the mother.
The energy of Agastya is transmitted through the south pole and works on the root centre, the Mooladhara. The energy of Vasishta is transmitted through the north pole and works on the crown centre, the Sahasrara.
The principle of Sirius deeply pervades our Solar system. The sun absorbs Sirius’s energy and transmits to the cosmic planes. Connecting to this energy is the path towards liberation.
The Sirius is a twin star system called Sirius A and B. Sirius B is not visible to naked eye. Our ancient traditions had knowledge of Sirius B as early as 5000 years ago, even though the scientific discovery was made only recently.
Both Sirius A and B move around each other in constant helictical motion.
Their combined double helictical motion generate the sound ‘A’ ‘U’ ‘M’. AUM pervades the cosmos. This evidence is also based on scientific and computer analysis.
Our mythology places the Sirius star system in the centre of creation.
The Sirius system is moving fast towards the earth. Human intellect will be at its peak when Sirius is closest to earth. The various Yugas are based on this star system.
Sirius B the home of Agastya orbits Sirius A every fifty years.
This coincides with Agastya descending to the earthly plane every fifty years.
Agastya is the cosmic energy and can manifest in a human form.
Agastya’s centre in the earthly plane is in the majestic and lofty mountain ranges in southern tip of India.
I am about to begin this journey later this February in search of Agastya.
Follow me on this incredible journey.
(end of Part-1)