At several occasions either I myself  or spirits like Anarkali wished to kill some one. However, it is abundantly clear in the operations of Tantra that none cal kill a soul. A body alone is prone to death. Killing a soul or spirit is improbable. Retributions at the level of soul or spirit end merely in humiliation of a person and drawing energy forcing an insult upon him or her. In cases like Anarkali or the rapist in the pilgrimage of Hinglaj a specific quantum of energy leaves the sinner and goes to the aggrieved, dragging the attadhar and the other three constituents of soul from a higher charged state to a lower charged condition.

Those who care for soul enjoy humiliating the opponent even by losing life because there is nothing wrong in losing a life if someone pays a hefty price of consciousness to soul. One such example is seen in Mahabharat. An unequalled warrior Karn was son of Sun (a human figure designate of Sun god) and provided by his father a protection shield for his life against the mantras by enemies. Indra, the other god, wanted to see the warrior killed in a future battle and stooped down to beg his protection power as a donation, posing as a Brahmin. Karn was informed of Indra’s plan and advised not to lose the shield. His decision was “I want to see that God begging and dispatch him as a beggar!”  The then beggar had not realized that his act will keep him humiliated, life after life, till he could change his status from a beggar to a donor with reference to Karn. Why will the soul of the warrior allow him to do so? Indra died as a humiliated person some 3000 years ago and will die as humiliated man even in this life. Only those who don’t beg and discard obligations can save their souls and avoid humiliation. The one who can sacrifice body for soul can never be defeated as a soul. Example: Christ.

I spent twenty long years to read Sanskrit and associated literatures, including Veds, not understanding precisely for what. It was, among other objectives, to humiliate an egocentric Brahman by an essay, which he can neither digest nor contradict due to shallowness of his knowledge. He has lived for long with a conviction that there is none parallel to him in intelligence and knowledge about Vedic culture but the Goddess of learning wouldnot  let him die with this satisfaction.

 Game of humiliations, any way, is a consistent feature in the life of those who live for soul. Rule of the game is very simple: the ridiculer gains and the humiliated loses energy of soul. Players may belong to the same or opposite sex. Only energy transfer mechanisms differ in the two sexes. It is also seen that souls keep meeting life after life to repeat their fight again and again. Friendships die but enmities continue perennially.

God is of Little Help

Gods and mantras are important for soul because they have communal energy and exert specific control over the psychic state and manojav of a man. Gods also prompt positive or negative traits in personality depending upon their type. Religions, however, have stretched the role of God a bit too far by propagating his image as an all-forgiving authority. It is mainly for luring men for conversion and appeasing the rich or powerful for gains. If there is a Krishn to proclaim his all-forgiving power in Gita, there is also a Christ to guaranty forgiving to his followers. Every major religion has a deity to forgive the worst sinners for a little of confession, prayer, atonement, and offering.

It is seen that God, call Him by any other name, has no role in creation or execution of karms. Karms get generated at the moment of action or interaction of two or more people without any involvement of God. There is no method known to any God to convert the ever-pinching shame and grief of a raped virgin into happiness, as the case of Hansubhai demonstrates. Curse from the victim and sinful karms are released at the moment of action and continue till consummation. A God, amenable to prayers of a community, has no role in the domain of karms.

Karms of Gods

Organized communities and their Gods are as old as the modern man. Earliest among widely worshiped deities is a Vedic God Dyavaprithivi, carved around 25000 years ago in Rajasthan (Ch. 1, Ref: 2). When Indian society moved towards agriculture and urbanization, reducing need for hunting and slaughter of animals, Buddh introduced a religion emphasizing nonviolence and happiness through logic in a philosophic approach to life, distinct from the experiential Brahm through pursuit of manojav or psychic potential under isolated conditions of forests. Vedic gods and Brahm touched a low in strength when Buddhism spread over India and abroad during the reign of Ashok around 260 BC (2). Soon, however, the cult drifted away from logic to idolatry when its followers swelled under the three shelters of religion – Buddh, Buddhism and Community Centers (3). The hard ground of its master’s logic disappeared in the slush of stories about him. As a result, when another witty philosopher appeared on the scene in ninth century AD, Buddhism was washed out soon in India. Sankar brought back a philosophic version of Vedic cult along with an image substitute   of Buddh – the knowledgeable Krishn.  God Buddh died on the Indian soil giving way to God Krishn along with a philosophical interpretation of Brahm. An experiential Brahm was reached neither by Sankar nor his disciples. However, Buddhism had come up through argumentation; Sankar and his team sank it in the very waters of logic and arguments. 

At the Mediterranean coast, Christ – a Yogi, launched a new revolution in religion. He gave message of happiness through tolerance and love and explained consequence of force and hatred: those who live by sword die by sword. His followers live under  the protective shadow of Christ’s God though shaken by the blaze of materialism.

Almost six hundred years after the death of Christ, Mohammad’s Allah sprang into history as a God of war destroying the opponents of Mohammad when he captured Mecca, dismantled 360 idols of the solar-movement-house of Kaba and cleaned the temple for the followers of Allah (4). A similar scene was enacted almost 400 years later at the temple of Somanath with much plunder, loot and massacre of human life (5) by another incarnation of the same Bedouin. Felling kefirs’ shrines and converting them into mosques is a basic tenet of Islam, continuing in India till three hundred years ago in the reign of Aurangzeb.

Mohammad was neither an erudite Vedic penance-person nor a Yogi like Christ; leave the intellectual heights of logicians like Buddh and Sankar.  He was an illiterate Bedouin hired by a trader widow for her needs. His Allah took sword to make him and Islamite rich and powerful with all acts of human torture or slaughter. Massacres at Mecca and Somanath to World Trade Center or burning alive the people in a closed compartment at Godhra are valid for Allah if a community is labeled as kefir or murders and plunders are named as jihad.  Koran has nothing like Five Mahavrats or Upanishad’s “May I hear good, May I see good O, God!”  In Manu’s concept of religion – sermons only for sex and wealth deniers  – a polygamous war-runner Bedouin’s Islam is no religion and his fretful idea of jihad despicably inhuman. Yet Islam rules Muslim minds firmly. In January 2002, an educated Musarraf put a bold face to reform Islamic terror cult in Pakistan and put some 2000 men behind bars. By March 2002 his Presidential powers failed against jihad-runners beheading  Pearl  and exercise of reforms called off.

 Allah of Mohammad was expanding during medieval era basically through gallant’s occupation, coercion and conversions of the defeated and humiliated people. The community is under pressure today due to changed conditions of society. Medieval tenets of Islam are no more valid and jihad is redefined as terrorism. Other Gods are eating Islamic consciousness by humiliating the community as an uncivilized lot.  A thousand years ago, Allah was a roaring lion of Middle East. He is tamed now by a handful Jews in Israel, and Mecca is negotiating a peace treaty  when time has invalidated swords against missiles. A bold Osama Bin Laden is a mere fugitive under American wrath. After a thousand years of slaughter at Somanath, Muslims of Gujarat have paid for Mehmud’s genocide once they burnt Hindu passengers in a train at Godhra in February 2002. Time has robbed away the awe of Allah and His mostly poor and illiterate followers have to live today as unhappy, helpless and frustrated lot, subjugated and exploited by consumer-culture-runners.

Such is the pattern of karms among Gods. Karm of Gods fall in the category of Samasti Karm (karm of community). Each God has a time of rise, decay and fall.  Members of a community share the gusto and grief of their God automatically due to instinctive conditioning of bhavaschet.