Part – III

Rise of luminous gods

Section 3: Fall of dark gods

Gods return


Lonkha takes on Guplong

Guplong killed Sankar by his Tantra to turn him into an active spirit. Hindu cult of Sankar is now all over India comprising of over 85 million followers; and, Sankar has turned into a god comparable to Buddha of the days of Sankar’s tirade against Buddhism. His martyrdom has paid him rich dividends. I discovered a rule about God-Prophet relationship in the shrine of Moinuddin Chishti of Ajmer in 1990 while purchasing one of the paired plaques printed Allah and Mohammad. I asked the peddler to give me the plaque of Allah since I was not interested in the other. Answer of the vendor was very educative for me “Sir, the two are inseparable, I cannot give you one.”

The same rule applies to Sankar in connection with Gita, Krishna and Hinduism.  Sankar is now a god or deity of Hindus, commanding and controlling tenets of the cult based on Gita and worship of Krishna, which    unifies Indians from south to north and west to east. He is Lord Sankar now.

Guplong surfaced in the last century as Jawaharlal Nehru who ruled India from Delhi between years 1947 and 1964. Hindus living in Eastern Uttar Pradesh during fifties of the last century perceived and considered Jawaharlal as patently anti-Hindu; and, a Karapatri was trying to defeat him in elections unsuccessfully in the name of Hinduism. Nehru could not be defeated within the rules of constitution framed by him. Books are now selling covering love affair of Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal and wife of British Viceroy Lady Mountbatten. Everyone knew during the sixties of last century what their love meant.   Drinking and smoking of Jawaharlal was also a topic of talk of the time. Although addressed commonly as Pundit, the man   was a Brahmin only for name sake as per Manusmriti.

Jawaharlal had reckoned his guilt before death at the level of soul on two counts: his conduct was not as prescribed for the self baptized as a Brahmin; and, he was handed over a Hindu Nation by the British in 1947 on account of Gandhi’s struggle of freedom for Indians but he turned it into a ‘Secular Socialist Republic of India’ later.  Lord Sankar was entitled to mobilize his Hindu followers to punish such a fallen Brahmin and anti-Hindu hypocrite through Abhichar; but, as per the rule of ‘action only after accepting the guilt’ among the souls, he could do it after Nehru’s soul accepted his guilt in 1964. He had violated the conduct of a Brahmin expected by the great sage of past striving and dying for the revival of Hinduism 1200 years ago.

 Nehru could not be defeated through ballot. But the followers of Lord Sankar cut his life short through an Abhichar conducted in the temple of Goddess Vindhyanchal (Durga) to turn an immoral Brahmin into an active spirit. An account of Abhichar for him says “When such a yajna is performed, it saps the life- force of the individual and after a certain lape of time, he dies. You will be surprised but it is said that such a ritual was performed in the name of Pundit Jawaharlal Nehru. In the year 1964, in Mirzapur (Uttar Pradesh) one such yajna was conducted in a Durga temple. It lasted for 49 days. Thereafter, in 90 days Punditji passed away. This was reported in the newspapers in India – but many dismissed it as a story concocted by sensation-seeking journalists. But the famous political writer Tom Stassy, having witnessed the Yajna himself, reported in the London Times under the heading ‘Nehru in Twilight’. (4)”

 Sankar’s account was settled with Guplong when his principal-self was 16 years at Meerut, and Jawaharlal was scribbling ‘miles to go’ in the Circuit House of Dehradun while counting his last hours in May ’64, a hundred kilometers south of the Samadhi of the great sage; and 200 Km north of Meerut where his principal-self dwelt in the present  life. Guplong of past sank into the muck of his own sins of killing Sankar when he was born as a Brahmin in his new life 1200 years later. The past Buddhist turned into an active spirit after his death in new life, and was at Sankar’s Samadhi in the last week of October ’91 with me.

There was nothing except anger and hatred among the four active spirits at the Samadhi of Sankar. Malun hated Sankar because he attacked her palace to defeat her Tantrists through verbal argumentation whereas they were Tantrists and there is nothing for discussion in Tantra. He was also an instrument for cutting short the life of the queen by not instructing Mandan to shun Abhichar against her because she was a female. Buddhist priest was angry at the adventure of the hypnotizing Hindu preacher venturing to win over the Buddhism by junking his Tantra based cult.  He preferred to harass and kill him through Buddhist Tantra for his misadventure rather facing humiliating defeat before his followers in discussion. The ‘invader’ died humiliated disgracefully and grieving while burying himself in the snow. He turned into a Hindu Lord Sankar when Guplong shot to fame and ruled Delhi with no efforts spared to denigrate the Hindu cult and promote Buddhism. Sankar commanded and prompted his followers to kill a fallen Brahmin for his wrongdoing. For Mandan, deputy of Sankar and killer of Malun, confrontation of the past had dragged even in his present life with equal force. Active spirit of Malun not only killed him as he had killed Malun, she had also dragged him at the Samadhi of Sankar to display him as an exhibit before the ascetic for demonstrating the fate of a killer of his host queen.

They were all knowledgeable people in past but their spirits were caught in the whirlpool of misery and unhappiness on account of religion induced hatred and erroneous and vile decisions and actions of their live selves. Their religions masked their intellect and logic through whipping emotions. Their nobility evaporated in   heat of emotion and the noble four turned into murderers.