Science of Devi

Human Physiology: Expression of Veda and the Vedic Literature - 4th Edition

Author: Prof. Tony Nader, MD PhD

Originally published: August 1994

https://www.amazon.com/Human-Physiology-Expression-Vedic-Literature/dp/8175230177

https://mumpress.com/rajaraam.html

Along with much more knowledge of human physiology, this groundbreaking and revolutionary textbook describes 19 physiological layers that correspond precisely to 19 enclosures at Sarvaloka – the abode of Devi Gayatri, Mother Divine.

These 19 enclosures were featured as part of Issues No. 97 through No. 116 of 'Devi Science News'.

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CHART BELOW: 40 Aspects of Veda & Vedic Literature

Veda is uncreated, eternal and non-changing. Veda is universal and not the sole possession of any wisdom tradition or religion. We thank India (as custodians of Vedic Knowledge) but once and for all, let it be known, that Veda is universal and foundational to ALL wisdom traditions and religions.

Vedic expressions are the eternal expressions of the mechanics of Nature itself. They are absolute, non-changing expressions of Nature.

Anyone can purify, normalize and refine the function of the human nervous system to such a degree that the eternal, uncreated Veda can be "heard" within the deep, transcendental silence of consciousness. This capability is actually the birthright of all human beings and reflects our highest ideal – of humanity changing into divinity.

Although uncreated, Vedic expressions do have an orderly flow and sequential unfoldment (with grammar & meter) that has been translated into the Sanskrit language. The Sanskrit language is a human creation.

– Aaron of Jesus, Feb/2019