Along with a brief commentary on Edgar Thurston’s OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS OF SOUTHERN INDIA has been published on Amazon Kindle.
Interested readers can download for free OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS OF SOUTHERN INDIA on this link
Interested readers can download for free the book on this link
This is not a book on any occult art. Instead it is a writing that proposes to take up the possibility of there being a real machinery behind the working of so-called mantra, tantra, evil eye, black magic, voodoo etc. This book does not teach any of the above mentioned arts.
Yet, it does try to find a pathway or opening by which we can find or enter the supernatural arena from where the supernatural software codes of reality and life is designed and maintained.
It is a writing that tries to discuss a probability that is not connected to material sciences. Instead it proposes to examine the possibility of there being a supernatural software application location wherein reality might be seen in the code view as well as the design view. These two views are apart from the real view, which is the physical reality.
The ultimate aim of this book is to propose a pathway via which we can approach the supernatural software location, where all of reality, life, living organisms, brain software &c. are designed and maintained.
This book is not a sudden writing on any impulse of the moment. I wrote my first book on codes in languages, March of the Evil Empires; English versus the feudal languages, around 1989. The final version of the book was completed around 2000. In the concluding part of that book, I did hint about the possibility of there being something akin to a software background to reality. And that, languages are software applications with varied capacities.
In around the year 2005, I wrote a series of posts in a GB website on the same subject. It was basically a lot of unconnected themes all pointing to the same theme. This I later published as a digital book under the name: Software codes of reality, life and languages.
Then my next major book on the subject came out with the name: Codes of reality! What is language?
Here again the same theme of connecting the idea of there being a software realm behind reality and that languages have software codes which can directly connect to the software of reality was elaborated. The focus was on languages being sort of software applications through which physical reality could be influenced.
Still, the theme was going forward only in very brief paces. A few years ago, I had to write a series of posts for supporting the contentions of Homoeopathy, by basing the ideas from my understandings. That Homoeopathy does work on the principle of a software program rectifying the software of life and human body. The book title was: The machinery of Homœopathy!
Recently I happened to read Edgar Thurston’s Omens and Superstitions of Southern India. It was at that time that I pondered upon reworking out the arguments from the perspective of mantra, tantra, black magic, witchcraft etc.
The first thing I did was to create a very readable form of this book. As I went on doing that work, I could get to read the book also.
This present book is being promoted as a Commentary on Omens and Superstitions of Southern India. However, only the last part of this book really is a sort of commentary. Even in that part, it is not exactly a commentary. I merely quoted some sentences from his book and elaborated upon them as per what I wanted to convey.
Edgar Thurston’s Omens and Superstitions of Southern India is definitely a great book. My writings do not aim to go against that book. This book of mine does contain a lot of mentions about Thurston’s book.
This book commences by mentioning OMENS AND SUPERSTITIONS OF SOUTHERN INDIA. However, it moves beyond to a wider ambit. It returns to Thurston’s book at the end as a commentary.
However, a mention of Thurston’s book can be felt all along.
I have used a few images from other old public domain books. These images are mainly taken from my own collection from such books. Due to some issues, I do not have the exact record as to where I got some of the images. I believe such images to have been taken from Edgar Thurston’s Castes and Tribes of Southern India.