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Secrets of the Earth 2 Puranic Cosmology updated

Author Name: Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea) | Format: Paperback | Genre : Philosophy | Other Details

‘…the new order is simply an UPDATING of the old. The latter is not discarded but simply brought forward almost intact. Herein lies the extraordinary quality of the ancient way: it can be proven that the Order I am discussing bore an inherent mechanism of renewal, exactly what is lacking in religions and contemporary ideologies. Because of that mechanism it is known as sanatana, eternal; and because of this special and unique quality it can be demonstrated that what we know today as Puranic Cosmogony is actually prophetic in that the new cosmology is seen to build on that structure by virtue of the fact that the very same laws and methodology which we find in the Puranic cosmology forms the warp and woof of the new.’

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Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea)

In 1971, Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea) came to the (Sri Aurobindo) Ashram. Gradually an entire body of knowledge came to her, a new cosmology. Ultimately, at the heart of this cosmology was the original vision of the Mother’s chamber. The content of higher knowledge that the Mother knew her vision contained was amply borne out by the cosmology. Indeed, it was revealed that the Mother’s original plan was worthy of the highest heights of Vedic drishti and shruti. Nothing like it had appeared on this Earth since the time of the Great Pyramid at Giza in Egypt, and perhaps the early Vedic constructions, (vedi). Sacred geometry lay at the heart of the vision. The very precise measurements the Mother gave in her original plan indeed had to be ‘precise’, otherwise this phenomenal vision could not reveal the ‘sense’ that she knew it to contain.’

The architects in charge of the township's construction were unable to understand the profundity of the vision... by 1971, when Thea arrived, the original plan had been entirely dismantled.

When she came upon the original plan in May of 1974, brought to her by the architect-in-charge, Pierro Cicionesi, its sacred content was obvious. She began from that moment trying to convince those in charge that no modifications should be introduced in the design and especially in the measurements... 

A change in the design and measurements, completely contrary to the Mother's wishes is one thing...But it is another thing to HIDE THE FACTS FROM THE PUBLIC that there have been changes and that what has been built does not conform to her vision..."  (Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea), Genesis of the Mother's Temple, 25 July, 2002)



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