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Aalavandhan – Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy [Lyrics]

Aalavandhan – Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy [Lyrics]

[Last Update: 21st September 2020]

The film title “Aalavandhan” means translated: “He, who has come to rule

The Origin-AS v1

கடவுள் பாதி மிருகம் பாதி
கலந்து செய்த கலவை நான்

[Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy,
Kalanthu Seytha Kalavai Naan!]

Half-God, Half-beast
I’m a mixture made from both.

வெளியே மிருகம் உள்ளே கடவுள்
விளங்க முடியாக் கவிதை நான்

[Veliyeh Mirugham Ulleh Kadavul,
Vilangha Mudiyaa Kavithai Naan.]

On the outside a beast, on the inside a God,
I am a poem that you cannot understand.

மிருகம் கொன்று மிருகம் கொன்று
கடவுள் வளர்க்க பார்க்கின்றேன்

[Mirugham Kondru, Mirugham Kondru,
Kadavul Valarkka Paarkindren,]

Killing the beast, killing the beast,
I try to grow God inside of me.

ஆனால் கடவுள் கொன்று உணவாய் தின்று
மிருகம் மட்டும் வளர்க்கிறதே

[Aanal Kadavul Kondru Unavaay Thindru,
Mirugham Maddum Valarkirathey.]

But… Killing the God and eating him as food,
It is the beast which grows.

நந்தகுமாரா நந்தகுமாரா
நாளை மிருகம் கொல்வாயா

[Nandakumara, Nandakumara,
Naalai Mirugham Kolvayah?]

Nandakumara, Nandakumara,
will you kill the beast tomorrow?
[Nandakumar (Value: 31) is another Name
for Vishnu and Anandakumar
(Value: 32) is another name for Shiva.

Nandakumara, that is with an a at the end of a
name or rather a noun etc. is the imperative form]

மிருகம் தின்ற எச்சம் கொண்டு
மீண்டும் கடவுள் செய்வாயா

[Mirugham Thindru Etcham Kondru
Meendum Kadavul Seyvaaya?]

Eat the beast and form the
God from the rest.

குரங்கில் இருந்து மனிதன் என்றால்
மனிதன் இறையாய் ஜனிப்பானா

[Kurankil Irunthu Manithan Endral
Manithan Iraijay Janipaana?]

If the human comes from the ape,
will the god then raise in him?

மிருக ஜாதியில் பிறந்த மனிதா
தேவஜோதியில் கலப்பாயா,

[Mirugha Jaathiyil Pirantha Manitha
Thevajothiyil Kalappaaya?]

If you – man – come from the animal,
will you ever be able to ascend to the devas, Nandakumara?

நந்தகுமாரா …
கடவுள் பாதி மிருகம் பாதி
கலந்து செய்த கலவை நான்

[Nandakumara …
Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy,
Kalanthu Seytha Kalavai Naan!]

Nandakumara
Half-God, Half-beast
I’m a mixture made from both.

வெளியே மிருகம் உள்ளே கடவுள்
விளங்க முடியாக் கவிதை நான்

[Veliyeh Mirugham Ulleh Kadavul,
Vilangha Mudiyaa Kavithai Naan.]

On the outside a beast, on the inside a God,
I am a poem that you cannot understand.

மிருகம் கொன்று மிருகம் கொன்று
கடவுள் வளர்க்க பார்க்கின்றேன்

[Mirugham Kondru, Mirugham Kondru,
Kadavul Valarkka Paarkindren,]

Killing the beast, killing the beast,
I try to grow God inside of me.

ஆனால் கடவுள் கொன்று உணவாய் தின்று
மிருகம் மட்டும் வளர்க்கிறதே

[Aanal Kadavul Kondru Unavaay Thindru,
Mirugham Maddum Valarkirathey.]

But… Killing the God and eating him as food,
It is the beast which grows.

கடவுள் பாதி மிருகம் பாதி
கலந்து செய்த கலவை நான்

[Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy,
Kalanthu Seytha Kalavai Naan!]

Half-God, Half-beast
I’m a mixture made from both.

காற்றில் ஏறி மழையில் ஆடி
கவிதை பாடும் பறவை நான்

[Kaatril Aeri Mallaiyil Aadi
Kavithai Paadum Paravai Naan]

Climbing the wind, dancing in the rain,
I am a bird who sings poetry!

கடவுள் பாதி மிருகம் பாதி
கலந்து செய்த கலவை நான்

[Kadavul Paathy Mirugham Paathy,
Kalanthu Seytha Kalavai Naan!]

Half-God, Half-beast
I’m a mixture made from both.

காற்றில் ஏறி மழையில் ஆடி
கவிதை பாடும் பறவை நான்

[Kaatril Aeri Mallaiyil Aadi
Kavithai Paadum Paravai Naan]

Climbing the wind, dancing in the rain
I am a bird who sings poetry!

ஒவ்வொரு துளியும் ஒவ்வொரு துளியும்
உயிரின் வேர்கள் குளிர்கிறதே

[Ovvoru Thuliyum, Ovvoru Thuliyum
Uyirin Verghal Kulirkirathey]

Every single drop, every single drop (of a hot summer)
the roots of life rejoice.

எல்லா துளியும் குளிரும் போது
இருத்துளி மட்டும் சுடுகிறதே

[Ellah Thuliyum Kulirum Pothu,
Iruthulli Maddum Sudukirathey]

When all the drops are so cold,
why are only two raindrops so hot?

நந்தகுமாரா நந்தகுமாரா
மழை நீர் சுடாது தெரியாதா

[Nandakumara, Nandakumara,
Malai Neer Sudaathu Theriyaatha?]

Nandakumara Nandakumara,
Raindrops aren’t hot,
do you not know that?

கன்னம் வடிகின்ற கண்ணீர் துளி தான்
வெந்நீர்த் துளி என அறிவாயா

[Kannam Vadikindra Kanneer Thulithaan
Venthneer Thulli Ena Arivaayah]

Two teardrops running down your cheeks,
are the hot raindrops, Will you discover this?

சுட்ட மழையும் சுடாத மழையும்
ஒன்றாய் கண்டவன் நீ தானே

[Sudda Mailaiyum Sudatha Malaiyaum
Ondray Kandavan Nee Thaaney!]

The rain that burns and the rain that does not burn,
you are the one who has seen them together.

கண்ணீர் மழையில் தண்ணீர் மழையை
குளிக்க வைத்தவன் நீதானே

[Kanneer Malaiyil Thanneer Malaiyai
Kulikka Vaithavan Neethaaney]

You are the one who bathed the rain
from flowing tear rain.  

Additions

The Paramatman or rather Para Brahman

The Paramatman or rather Para Brahman

The Paramatman or rather Para Brahman1, that is me, exists in all three states. I am, although the Atman separated from me during the creating or for the creation and also the Prakriti – this is my Beauty – separated from me, I am always complete and perfect. There is a nice Tamil term for it, which I heard in a speech by Kirupanandha Variyar many years ago and currently no longer find.

Paramatman or Para Brahman

Paramatman or rather Para Brahman

When I incarnate, I let my own shell emerge for me – either through a classic birth or through manifestation. As in my current incarnation, this can be a human body. In the current incarnation, this body was shaped specifically for the ReUnion with my Beauty. Impurifying this body, damaging it, hexing it, etc. Just trying, this can already be a train of thought, is a great sin for the individual and for the whole of humanity or collective – that is, the entire world. Regardless of who was involved and or whether this was done knowingly – see the tsunami of December 2004.

Of course, if I’m not incarnated, I can also let every life form speak for me, since I am also the Atman that you think is your own.

This can be a state of trance, of course this can also arise in another way, e.g. by witchcraft, dizziness. I can also line up in your natural languages and signs, which also can come about through witchcraft etc.

Footnote

1 The differentiation of the both terms refers to the differentiation through the creation of Brahma, that is e.g. the 32×Brahma-Kumaris and 32×Brahma-Kumaras (→ 64×Brahma-Putras).

Since I am also the Paramatman for Brahma, the term Para-Brahma was created. Everything arose from me and everything returns in me, except the repulsed ones.

The Atman – Part 2

The Atman – Part 2

[Last Update: 22nd March 2020]

What are identities0, why do people need an identity and what is the self, i.e. the Atman?

Shaping children and pressing their identities is a human custom to embed this being into the social fabric.

At this point it is important to note that man is neither born evil nor stupid, he is only made to become so. Of course, the individual himself is involved in the formation or is also responsible for it. I am not concerned with the question of guilt, but with the overall understanding. Also think of my example in the document “4MA74 – Happy Valentine’s Day 2020 [Special-Cut].pdf ” with the alkali metals or with the Pauli exclusion principle1. What did I want to express with this?

If a child were to grow up among animals, that child would assume the identity of the animals even if the senses tried to show the opposite, i.e. a child raised by wolves naturally thinks that it is a wolf, although the anatomy shows the opposite.

The ego, what a person thinks to be in the course of life, is pure suggestion, therefore only an illusion, more precisely it is called Maya in Hinduism. It doesn’t have to be the truth, let alone the absolute truth. I can even promise you; it is not the truth. The path of a person to enlightenment or even to attaining wisdom is mostly stony and long – it even goes through several rebirths. Some things, maybe many things, get lost2 on the way there. If a lot of things become much, the doom is already programmed, so determinism comes to the fore. One doesn’t have to be a clairvoyant to recognize this, but a keen common sense is enough.

At some point, if the person has not strayed from the path or has found it again and the thirst of searching for the truth is (still) there, he or she will find it. This individual will recognize that it is not what it has always thought to believe.

The bad thing about becoming human is that they forget that they are only a small, insignificant fraction of this world, i.e. the nature. Sooner or later it ends up in total blindness. They no longer see themselves as a part of this nature, but begins to believe, if they can it at all, mostly their actions, which indicate that the nature is only a part or a subset of man. They enslave the nature or put themselves above the nature – embossed by ignorance, blindness, that is arrogance.

This blindness goes so far that they think nature needs them and not the other way around. All of this starts already in the childhood.

Your social models, that can be a culture, religion, language etc., are not construed to want to know the truth, or can to know the truth much less must to know the truth, but one should learn to find one’s way in the oceans of lies. In this context intelligence is even suggested by parts of the science.

For this reason, most do not reach the bank of knowledge in context of that what they think that they are is not what they are – this is the self. The first step is to realize that one is neither the body nor the mind. As beautiful as Sadhguru often expresses this, the I must be what is in between these two.

If the body is just an accumulation of what we eat, that is food, then the I cannot be this body. Because this body can never be permanent. I don’t mean the rebirths, but the constant renewal of the cells.

The food we eat becomes part of us. One should become aware of this. What was before a mango is now part of one. This is also a constant cycle in the cycle.

Speaking of which, for this reason the actual Hindus avoid eating meat and fish, since they suppress the Sattva Guna or let the other two Gunas dominate – this is the animalistic.

What about the mind with its memories? It is also just an accumulation but of emotional impressions, experiences, knowledges etc. However, this is also not permanent. Imagine, because of an illness or an accident, one loses one’s mind, i.e. one’s memories will be erased or inaccessible, but no one will come up with the idea of saying that he or she is not he or she.

If we are not the body in which we are and neither the mind with its memories, which we consider to be the I, what are we really?

This is what the Hindus call the self or the Atman – there is a word in the western hemisphere that describes it more closely, that is the soul.

When man realizes that he is not the body in which he is or this mind with his memories and also realizes that he is not even this self, but this self is actually the Paramatman or Para Brahman – this is the Point where the ego disappears or is dissolved, this is the state of enlightenment, that is Muthi (முத்தி).

The tradition of greeting is by the Hindus squeezing the two palms of one’s hands together, as if one would pray, comes from this philosophy – in you there is God, that is the Atman or Paramatman. It becomes – you are God, but without the ego, arrogance or anything else. Another reason for this greeting has medical backgrounds and, moreover, what science has not yet properly understood – the energy that is transferred when one touch other things or persons.

Footnote

0 Examples of identities:
I, gender (male, female), nationality (Sri Lankan, German), religious affiliation (Hindu, Christian), ethnic group (Tamils, Germans), adherents of a certain order, fan base, company employees, party, political ideology (democracy, Communism), …

Most people have a mixed identity, which consists of at least two of the identities listed, once is the gender combined with another e.g. religion.

1 With this analogy, I noticed that some had difficulties in sorting this out correctly. One of the ways of sorting is to understand that you are trying to use force to combine certain things that cannot be combined naturally.

What is the Pauli principle for – for diversity and variation. Now the variations give rise to properties which, in the case of uncontrolled encounters, lead to explosive behaviour, unless one would have wished to do so in order to create political unrest, to separate peoples and ethnic groups.

Understand that I came, i.e. I have incarnated, to unite many things. The unification can only work with a certain power, that is pure love, combined with sanity, that is the insight. Think of the atomic nucleus! Why can the protons be patient next to each other, even though one knows that the same charges repel each other – this is also the power of love, in physics this is only called the strong interaction.

Most of the problems in this world are actually the result of somehow lacking understanding of love, or lacking love during one grew up. All of these social problems that lead to constant diaper changes are also a result of it. Since I’ve been connected with so many different people in the past five years, I can say that with certainty. This is definitely not what the founder of psychoanalysis Sigmund Freud indicated. You all wasted time with your games, that’s why I take the whip by hand – don’t forget, I’m Rudra too.

2 Actually, getting lost can be a god-wanted possibility. It is the consequence of wanting of my Beauty to preserve the world or even the wanting of me to destroy the world. Life is neither a game nor a competition. Both ideologies are doomed.

Further sources

Philosophy, what is morality? – Part 2

Philosophy, what is morality? – Part 2

Morality is Timeless & Spaceless (4Part2)

Morality is Timeless & Spaceless

It has been half a year since the first part “Philosophy, what is morality?” was published – for some maturing processes one has to give this time, in a world where time correlates or competes with money. The maturing process has been accelerated for this reason: Cheese, bread, education, the onset of a child’s pubescent phase, etc., also your children are just products, a lot are even cheap meat – the faster they mature, the faster they are on the market for a (grey) layer that considers itself elitist and tries to create everything in this world according to its immoral model. If everything in this world has decayed moral death, who or what can them even confront? This is the best strategy to avoid having to answer questions, which they would never do anyway, but always have blackmailed

Before I go ahead, everyone should be aware of the differences in terms such as morality, custom, tradition, culture, etc. Here is a rough outline, as I have already formulated this in the document “Special-Event VideoMessage – My Incarnation as Bhairava (27.11.2019) [3.1 Parts].pdf“:

Morality is a very complex entity that is much more than just custom. Morality is something general, in concrete form it is a custom. The custom can change, but morality never changes. It is timeless, spaceless and all-pervading.

Here is a rough differentiation of the term morality and custom, as already published in another document “Special-Event VideoMessage – My Incarnation as Krishna (26.12.2019).pdf“.

If your customs and traditions differ from morals, that is, if they are not a subset of morals, but maybe just an intersection or worse, even disjunct, you create disorder.

What brings one the sequencing (concatenation) of letters to words and words to sentences, if it cannot be understood.

Bicycling has to be experienced, it cannot be only learned from books or the like. Of course, there are also things that should not or must not be experienced, neither in thought nor in reality, here one already crosses the divinely given barrier.

Some people do the same thing they do in the automobile industry. One steer the car onto a wall at high speed in order to draw conclusions from it. Such procedures are of course not advisable for human life, but what I see all over the world is the opposite. I already noticed this over 20 years ago.

If objections are raised, one is called conservative or non-modern. Some people are unaware of the terms. The time, although linear and irreversible, sometimes appears circular or more precisely spiral. This is not a contradiction to physics, since here not the physical time is meant, but the recurrent, which is called periods in physics, these are also the rebirths; fashion is also recurrent.

The forming of the self

The forming of the self

[Last Update: 18th September 2020]

The individual, in order to enter into a marriage with the society, culture, religion, family or even with a different gender, this individual has to make compromises. Compromise means sacrifice.

It sacrifices1 parts of itself to please it. An everyday ritual that can also be observed in the animal kingdom. It loses itself without noticing. Not only that it loses parts of itself, but it also adopts parts of strangers as its own – mostly not to be aware of its consequences. The lack of awareness of the consequences also applies to sacrificing parts of oneself.

It, that is the individual or the self, as the Hindus name it, eventually realizes that it does not like itself. This leads to hatred for some, for others to resign, and for some others again to … where many things crystallize from resignation, including the hatred.

There is a reason for the divine asymmetry which is finely balanced and minimalistic that permeates the entire world. It is for the good of all and also for the self, even if it cannot understand this at first sight, like a child who cannot immediately understand the rigor of an education on its own. The self is the individual, at least the modern conception of the world or the modern name of the world for the same2 construct.

Before I finish one sentence, I see in the eyes of certain, the same dollar bills that can be seen in the eyes of Scrooge McDuck. Your approach, which has its origin in your greed to want to make money with everything, has so far brought the 150 years, and my Beauty is still not in my hands.

It should also be clear to everybody that one can only help someone else after one have helped oneself. Think of the situation where a non-swimmer fell into the strong currents of a river, now another desperate man who cannot swim well without thinking but selflessly tries to jump into the flowing river to save the other. How should I end this example? Should I let the hero drown too, or should I, as the creator, let divine coincidence prevail, so that a fallen tree trunk gives the two a hold?

Footnote

1 There are two forms of sacrifice. The selfless sacrifice of, for example, Vishwamitra, Jesus, Mother Teresa, Mahatma Ghandi, Martin Luther King, or many others from history and of course also unknown personalities or even the selfish sacrifice, that is the egocentric. Most of what happens in this world is selfish sacrifice. The selfish sacrifice is to make sacrifice, what does not belong to one’s own, for example, the life of another being, the freedom of another. Please do not forget, the only thing you can call your own is your karma.

2 See further sources

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