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Samavedas – 01 Book 02 Chapter 01, DECADE I Agni [extract verses 4-10]



Type of Spiritual Experience


Fire is a symbol of rebirth, so this is about the preparations for rebirth, not an actual experience, however, it seemed appropriate to group it under this heading.

In the Vedas, Aditi (Sanskrit: अदिति "limitless") is Mother of the gods (devamatar) and all twelve zodiacal spirits from whose cosmic matrix the heavenly bodies were born

Jataveda (Sanskrit: जातवेद, IAST: jātaveda, "He who knows all creatures") is another term used  for agni, that is, fire-god.

A Rakshasa is a demonic being. As mythology made its way into other religions, the rakshasa was later incorporated into Buddhism. Rakshasas are also called maneaters (Nri-chakshas, Kravyads), which is rather appropriate since demons [see definition] do indeed cause illnesses one of which is cancer - a true man-eater .

A description of the experience

Samavedas – 01 Book 02 Chapter 01, DECADE I Agni [extract verses 4-10]

Most skilled in sacrifice, bring the Gods, O Agni, to the pious man:
A joyful Priest, thy splendour drives our foes afar

Taught by seven mothers at his birth was he, for glory of the wise.
He, firm and sure, hath set his mind on glorious wealth

And in the day our prayer is this: May Aditi come nigh to help,
With loving-kindness bring us weal and chase our foes

Worship thou Jatavedas, pray to him who willingly accepts,
Whose smoke wanders at will, and none may grasp his flame

No mortal man can e'er prevail by arts of magic over him
Who hath served Agni well, the oblation-giving God.

Agni, drive thou the wicked foe, the evil-hearted thief away,
Far, far, Lord of the brave! and give us easy paths!

O hero Agni, Lord of men, on hearing this new laud of mine
Burn down the Rakshasas, enchanters, with thy flame!

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