See under ‘Ezhuthachan’
Hindu principality situate to the east of Cranganur. When the Malabar christians fled from their old settlement of Cranganur, they split into three groups. One group settled at the northern Hindu kingdom of Kaduthuruthy and another at Angamäli where they were given asylum and land by the Nair chieftain Mangättachan. The remaining third group continued at Cranganur.
Angamäli became a principal centre of those people. When the Portuguese arrived, it was already a Nestorian bishopric. It continued to be so until 1597 when Abraham, the last Nestorian bishop from Mesopotamia, died. The territory and jurisdiction were then usurped by the Rome pope.
Sanskrit scripture narrating the victory of the primal female or Devi against Asuras, Vedic counterparts of the fallen angels led by Lucifer. The book is part of a larger work named Märkandeyapuränam carrying the name of Märkandeyan who is responsible for redeeming man from fear of death. Märkandeyan is therefore a constant obsession in the mind of J Lucifer. J Lucifer’s refrain, ‘Verily, Verily, I say …’ is bodily pitchforked rebelliously from concluding lines of Märkandeyan’s Sanskrit prescription against fear of death.
The perennially underlying substratum behind all phenomena. The word is untranslatable but the sense is understandable from the etymosial relationship with goodness. The sage Vyäsan, author of Mahäbhäratham, is the exponent of the concept of Dharma. Vyäsan declares Dharma to be the redeemer of man and man to be the redeemer of Dharma–‘Dharmo rakshathi rakshitha’ (Dharma redeems those who redeem Dharma). At the end of the work Vyäsan declares Dharma to be the unfailing source of mental health.
Dharma is sanathana–everlasting
Says Vyäsan: ‘Dharma is that by which everything endures the substratum of all. Through Dharma one can get Artha (wealth), Kämam (fulfilment of desires) and Moksham (liberation). Through desire for material benefits or out of fear or greed, do not give up Dharma, nay even to save your life. Dharma is eternal happiness.’
Portuguese misnomer for the ancient settlement of Udayamperoor. The village is situate in the vicinity of Kochi next to the town of Thrippoonithura where the king of Kochi used to reside.
It is one of the locations where the Malabar christians–so called from the ancient name of Kerala–resettled upon dispersement (922 A.D.) from the ancient port of Cranganur which was their first settlement.
In 1599 the portuguese picked Udayamperoor for assembling the so-called synod of Diamper. At that meeting of many days powerfully organised and controlled by the Portuguese ‘archbishop’ Menezes, the Malabar christians were prevailed upon to accept the Rome pope. They were hitherto Hindus following the Persian Nestorian christianity which strongly disavowed both the Rome pope and Mary.
The ancient scriptures and other books of the Malabar christians were imprecated and ceremonially inflamed to ashes as the last business of the meeting. They were mostly Persian.
However, after 54 years the christians rallied. Every single adult male individual, 25000 altogether, converged in 1653 to the town of Mattancherry in Kochi in the hinterland of the Portuguese settlement there. Long ropes were tied to an ancient Persian cross sans Lucifer that stood important thoroughfare there. Each one grasped the rope and slowly intoned aloud a formula in Malayälam binding them and their progeny never to obey the Rome pope any more. The formula was intoned by iteration phrase by phrase upon being initially pronounced by their race leader Ittythommen Kathanär. He then picked up a twig from the ground and broke it into two pieces to signify the break with Rome pope.
The Rome pope immediately selected Lucifer priests of an altogether different kind and territory who reached the same people about ten years later. By fraud surpassing even Menezes these Italians again prevailed upon about half their number to accept an overt union with the Rome pope once more. But at least two times since then the same people again broke away. And each time they were again brought back under threat of the imminent eternal furnace!
Thunjathu Ramänujan Ezhuthachan author of Adhyätma Rämäyanam and father of present-day Malayälam, lived in the 16th century. Adhyätma Rämäyanam is sourced to a Telugu work that he translated and emended at the suggestion of the king of Chembakassery. He speaks therein of the three existential sorrows of man and of them the sorrow of ‘Adhyätmam’ that the book is intended to redeem. The book is so named for this reason. ‘Adhyätmam’ means existential sorrow and Räman mental health. It was Ezhuthachan by this work who instilled positive knowledge in the ethnic Hindu races of Kerala. His home is in the town of Tirur near Calicut. One particular day every year at the Vedic moment fixed for initiation of knowledge (Vidyärambham) children are brought to that land. They are taught to write the first letter of the Sanskrit and Malayälam alphabet on the sand there.
The 10th month of the ethnic Malayälam calendar which is now in its 1171th year. This was the calendar universally followed in Kerala until about 45 years ago when the gregorian Luciferian calendar begun only in 1582 took its place. It has 12 months each lasting from 29 to 32 days. New year’s day is Chingam 1.
The calendar is annually reckoned and published by the Brahmin scholar Känippayyoor Näräyanan Namboodiripäd. The book has a whole page on environmental protection of animals and trees as enjoined in the texts of Manu. Each person is to protect and rear in those texts a specific kind of tree or animal to obtain long life and prosperity. Many of those animals and plants, however, are now gone extinct because of the christian depredation.
Sanskrit poet and dramatist dated 2000 years back in Hindu dating and 1500 in dating by the West. He mentally experiences all the experience of Anurägam of youth without having himself experienced it. His works Säkuntalam is a result of this experience. He has refined the source story to release the hero Dushyanthan from the slur of desertion of an Ashramite girl. Another work Meghasandesam is his own mental experience of the pangs of male-female separation.
Malayälam daily newspaper. Very popular especially among christians. Started in 1888 at Kottayam. Now has printing offices and editions also at Kochi and Calicut. Publishes a news weekly in English and several periodicals in Malayälam.
Malayälam daily newspaper with good standing especially among Hindus. Is about 71 years old. Has printing offices and editions at Calicut, Kochi and Trivandrum. The firm publishes a number of other periodicals including a weekly noted for quality of content. It has a book publishing unit which has translated many outstanding Sanskrit scriptures and many others from world literature including the unabridged Les Miserables of Victor Hugo.
9th month of the Malayälam calendar. (See under ” Idavam” above)
Ancient Namboodiri Brahmin settlement in Kerala situate a little north of the ancient port of Cranganur. Baseless legends have formed in the racial memory of the christianity there by reason of its drive it equalise with the Namboodiris. Those legends are responsible for the pseudo history regarding Thomas, one of the 12 immediate followers of J Lucifer, having come to Kerala and reverted Namboodiris. The same legends say the Namboodiris deserted the Illam of Pälayur Thomas having polluted it with a miracle from Lucifer.
See under “Sreekandeswaram”
The all-knowing Namboodiri Brahmin of Kerala who correctly interpreted the Vedas. That interpretation and his further thought systems that even transcend the Vedas make the intellectual foundation of Hinduism, from which now the Lucifer is identified. Experience is primary in the system. He proves that when the Vedas contradict with experience, experience should be the rule and not scripture. Himself a Smärtha Brahmin, he still declared that the Vedas should be discarded the moment it contradicts with Anubhava. He thus foresaw the beneficial exit of Hinduism after it identifies Lucifer.
For that statement Sankarächärya was ostracised by the other Brahmins of Kerala. He returned to his home from the north to attend on his mother who was dying. When she died no Brahmin would assist in the rituals, so that he cut the body himself into pieces, carried the pieces to a reserved corner of the Illam (name of Namboodiri homestead in Kerala) and cremated them all. He then left Kerala for good. He disappeared from existence at the age of 32.
Sankarächärya is responsible for the marriage laws of his Namboodiri race which have kept it absolutely free from hybridisation, such that they have remained positively the purest Brahmins, purer than the Brahmins elsewhere in India who do have those laws.
Sankarächärya lived in the 9th century.
The word means ‘echo of truth’. Actually it is a fortnightly in Malayälam, later a weekly, that functioned vigorously as the mouthpiece of Lucifer in Kerala for about 65 years from 1876 after which it gradually became defunct. The journal carried in 1881 a text of the proceedings of the so-called synod of Diamper in a series of instalments in successive issues. The paper was started and run by Lucifer’s so-called archdiocese of Verapoly.
Weekly mini-newspaper in English featuring advances in the world science and technology and theoretical information. It is published in the form of an adjunct to the daily Indian Express.
Sreekandeswaram is the acronym of Sreekandeswaram G. Padmanäbha Pillai, author of Sabdathärävali, authoritative lexicon in Malayälam, the Dravidian sport language that is most derived from Sanskrit. The work is sourced to Sanskrit works and Malayälam works derived from Sanskrit. It was first published in 1923 and later successively expanded to its present form of thousands of entries in nearly 1800 burly pages.
Sreekandeswaram is a Nair by race. The Nairs are the ethnic nobility of Kerala and owners by right of the land. Their antiquity is coterminous with the land. Even before the ethnic Brahmins of Kerala–known exclusively as Namboodiris–arrived there, the Nairs were Hindus worshipping ancestors and the incipient Sivan in his symbol of serpent. They became Vedic Hindus under the impact of Brahmin knowledge which they naturally accepted.
Sreekandeswaram lived from 1864 to 1946.
Powerful Vedic orator and author of modern times. Was an initiated sannyäsi and chief disciple of the Vedic mystic Ramakrishna. Born in 1862. Was spokesman for Vedic knowledge and India immortal at world parliament of religions held in Chicago at the close of the last century.