Jul 152015
 

Canto 1: Creation Chapter 3: Kṛṣṇa Is the Source of All Incarnations     1.3.2   yasyāmbhasi śayānasya yoga-nidrāḿ vitanvataḥ nābhi-hradāmbujād āsīd brahmā viśva-sṛjāḿ patiḥ     A part of the puruṣa lies down within the water of the universe, from the navel lake of His body sprouts a lotus stem, and from the lotus […more]

Jul 152015
 

Canto 1: Creation Chapter 3: Kṛṣṇa Is the Source of All Incarnations     SB 1.3.1   sūta uvāca jagṛhe pauruṣaḿ rūpaḿ bhagavān mahad-ādibhiḥ sambhūtaḿ ṣoḍaśa-kalam ādau loka-sisṛkṣayā   Sūta said: In the beginning of the creation, the Lord first expanded Himself in the universal form of the puruṣa incarnation and manifested all the ingredients […more]

May 122015
 
PLANETARY DIAMETERS IN THE SURYA-SIDDHANTA

Gauragopala Dasa‎Vedic Cosmology Decoding the 5th Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam PLANETARY DIAMETERS IN THE SURYA-SIDDHANTA BY SADAPUTA DASA – RICHARD THOMPSON Surya-siddhanta for computing the angular diameters of the planets. By combining these angular diameters with the circumferences of the planetary orbits listed in this text, it is possible to compute the diameters of the planets. […more]

May 042015
 
Mount Meru

Gauragopala Dasa‎Vedic Cosmology Decoding the 5th Canto of the Srimad Bhagavatam Mount Meru is described as 84,000 Yojan high (which is around 1,082,000 km (672,000 mi), or 85 times the Earth’s diameter), and having the Sun along with all its planets in the Solar System revolve around it as one unit. One Yojana can be […more]

Apr 262015
 
How big is the material universe we are in?

  It comes right down to point number 1: The stars are like the moon, and there is only one sun per universe. The essential misunderstanding of the actual nature of stars is responsible for the presumption that they are many light years distant. Srimad Bhagavatam tells us our universe is 4 billion miles in […more]

Apr 262015
 
How Long is a Light-Year?

It would take us 25,000 years to travel 1 light year with the technology we have today. Modern science say this universe is 95 billion light years wide where as the Vedas say it is only a mere 4 billion miles wide How Long is a Light-Year?  The light-year is a measure of distance, not […more]

Apr 222015
 
The Distances to the Planets

The Distances to the Planets From 5th Canto by Mayesa dasa Part Two  We have seen in part one that Sukadeva Gosvami has given us the distances and movements of the sun planet in the elaborate chapter “Movement of the Sun” But from this point on Sukadeva simply speaks of other universal objects as “above […more]

Apr 212015
 
Vedic Cosmology discourse

Vedic Cosmology discourse between Mayesa Dasa and Ignacio Conde Gutierrez Mayesa Dasa – My point about carbon data can be understood in two waysRocks cannot be carbon dated. More to the point the chemical you are using itself is old. In other words you are carbon testing with something itself which has already existed millions of years or […more]

Apr 022015
 
The Movements of the Sun

The Movements of the Sun by His Divine Grace A.C Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada  Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 5 Chapter 21: The Movements of the Sun text 1 to text 19  This chapter informs us of the movements of the sun. The sun is not stationary; it is also moving like the other planets. The sun’s movements […more]