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In an earlier scientific paper titled "WHAT IS THE BHARATIYA VAISHNAVA STEADY STATE THEORY OF THE ORIGIN O..." Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee had described in brief the Bharatiya Vaishnava Steady State theory of origin.
The present scientific paper attempts to explore further and deeper the seven eternal elements of the Supreme Universe: Aatmaa or Soul, Aakaash or Sky/Space, Kaal or Time, Deshaa or Direction, Veshwagolaka/Brhmaandagolaka or World Spatial Circle/sphere, Golokadhaama or Divine centre of divine light/Abode of Krishna, and Prkrte or Nature.
The seven eternal elements mentioned above aren’t a work of either the fiction or a figment of the wild imagination unlike what these would otherwise seem to the most of the Maanavas. These are a factual reality and the factual truth.

Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee’s scientific theory and explanation

(1) The Aatmaa/God Particle
The Aatmaa or the soul is the smallest energy-carrying particle in the whole universe. In the fully liberated state/stage, this particle is devoid of any TAEJ/ENERGY and becomes static. It is eternal. It always exists, whether in a static dormant or active state. It is a part of the whole universe just as a tiny water-bubble is a part of the ocean.
The Aatmaa is neither created nor destroyed. It always therefore remains steady.
(2) The Aakaash/Space
The Snskrt word ‘Aakaash’ is translated literally as the ‘Sky’ in the English language.
The sky is what we see as the blue expanse when we look upward while standing on the Earth. It is within the Earth’s atmosphere.
The vast region beyond the outer limits of the Earth is referred to as ‘the space’ in the English language.
However, in the Snskrt language, the word the Aakaash or the sky refers to the sum total of the compact set of points or the whole region across the Supreme Universe including what is known as the sky in the English language.
This is evident from the use of the word ‘GhatAakaash’ in the Snskrt language to refer to the space/region occupied/existing within a ‘Ghat’. Obviously, that which is meant to be the sky in the English language doesn’t exist within a pot. The word Ghat means a pot in the English language.

The Aakaash or the Space is eternal, too. It has length, breadth and height.
The sum total of the Space across the Supreme Universe neither expands nor contracts despite fluctuations in the lower order Universes. In other words, it doesn’t fluctuate. It always remains in a steady state.
(3) The Kaal/Time
The Snskrt word the ‘Kaal’ is translated as the ‘Time’ in the English language.
The Kaal is measured with reference to some movement/direction. For example, an object ‘X’ moves from point ‘A’ to point ‘Z’. The distance/length travelled from the point ‘A’ to ‘Z’ can be called or measured in terms of the Kaal.
The Kaal is eternal. It always exists since movement of one type or the other keeps happening within the realm of the Supreme Universe.
(4) The Deshaa/Direction
The Snskrt word the ‘Dek’ translates as the ‘Deshaa’ in the Hindi language. The word ‘Deshaa’ means the ‘Direction’ in the English language.
We talk of different directions on the Earth with reference to primarily the Sun, and the Earth’s north and south geographical poles.
But, beyond the Earth’s outer atmosphere outside our Solar system, the Milky Way and in the far deeper space, the reference points of the Sun and the Earth don’t serve any useful purpose. Therefore, out there in the Outer Space, there is no sense of direction in terms of our Earth’s reference points.
The above-discussion shows it clearly that the word ‘Deshaa’ used in the Hindi language translation of the ancient Bharatiya Snskrt spiritual text titled the ShrimadDevibhagwata does not refer to the geographical direction.
Then, what else does the word ‘Deshaa’ refer to?
The word ‘Deshaa’ refers to the 'Movement'.
The ‘Deshaa’ or the Movement can be of numerous types such as – Spiral, Elliptical, Circular, Linear, Inward, Outward, Upward, Downward, etc.
A static/stationary object/thing doesn’t have any Movement and hence no ‘Deshaa’.
Only an object/thing that moves can be said to have a Movement.
The Movement can’t be said to be eternal if the object/thing stops after some distance and time or returns to its original point of origin and becomes static again. The resultant direction becomes static, too and therefore can’t be said to be eternal.
When the Direction is eternal then the movement of the object/thing is eternal, also.
Only a moving object/thing can be said to have a direction because the distance/length between the start-point and the destination/end-point is the direction in the Space.
The Supreme Universe has an eternal Deshaa/Direction because things/objects in it always keep moving/expanding/collapsing and shall continue doing so even in the Future.
A Scalar quantity has only a certain magnitude. But, a Vector quantity possesses both the magnitude and the Direction.
The things/objects in the Supreme Universe always are moving at certain speed (magnitude) and in a certain ‘Deshaa’ (direction).
(5) The Veshwagolaka/Supreme Sphere/Spherical Space
The Snskrt word ‘Veshwagolaka/Brhmaandagolaka’ can be translated as ‘the World Spatial Circle/sphere/Spherical Space’ in the English language. It can be termed the Supreme Universe, also.
The Vishwagolaka/Brhmaandagolaka is eternal.
(6) The Golokadhaama/Light House
The Snskrt word the ‘Go’ means the ‘Light Ray’ in the English language. The Snskrt word the ‘Loka’ means the ‘Abode/Residence/Home’ in the English language. The Snskrt word the ‘Dhaama’ means the ‘place having spiritual significance’ in the English language.
Therefore, The Snskrt word ‘Golokadhaama’ means ‘the Divine centre/abode of divine light/Krishna'.
In other words, the Golokadhaama is the Supreme power house of the Supreme Universe. It can be compared to the Mitochondria, the power house of the cell in the Maanava shareer.
The Golokadhaama is eternal, too.
(7) The Prkrte/Energy
The Snskrt word the ‘Prkrte’ means the ‘Nature’ in the English language. Shree Raadhaa is the Prkrte or Nature.
It is the Prkrte/Nature or Raadhaa who drives or carries out the whole process of creating the Super Universe. It can be decoded as the Supreme Energy.
The Supreme Energy is eternal.
The creation, sustenance or destruction of any substance/object/thing is merely a change of the form of the Energy prevalent in it. Thus, the Energy present in a substance/object/thing is neither created nor destroyed. It just changes its form.
Further research is needed to understand comprehensively the seven eternal elements discussed in this brief scientific research paper.

~ Dr Swaamee Aprtemaanandaa Jee
(fotos: Courtesy The Gita Press Gorakhpur, The Google)




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