VASTU 12 AND MANTRA 12 AND HERCULES 12 (Post No.7334)

WRITTEN BY LONDON SWAMINATHAN

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Date: 12 DECEMBER 2019

 Time in London – 20-25

Post No. 7334

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12 BHI JA MANTRAS AND THEIR DEITIES

AIM- SARASVATI

SRIM – LAKSHMI

HRIM – SURYA/ BHUVANESWARI

HRING- PARVATI

KLING – KAMA

LAM – BHUMA DEVI. MOTHER EARTH

HAUM- SADHASHIVA

TUM – DURGA

KRIM — KALI

HUM — SHIVA

GAM – GANESH

KSHRAUM – NARASIMHA

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12 Kinds Srardha in Bhavishya Purana–

Nitya, Naimittika, Kamya, Vruddi, Sapinda, Parvana, Goshti, Suddhi, Karmanga, Daivika, Yatra, Pushti

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Vastu Twelve Houses—

House – Source – Direction – Organ – Lord are given:–

First House – Water – East – Mouth – Sun

Second House – Place of Worship – Right eye – Jupiter

Third House – Place of worship – Arm – Ketu

Fourth House – Treasury – North – Heart – Mercury

Fifth House – Child Delivery – Knee – Moon

Sixth House – Right Foot

Seventh House – West – Genitals, Stomach –  Saturn

Eighth House – Left foot – Rahu

Ninth House – Toilet – Kidney, Knee

Tenth House – Bed room – South – Chest

Eleventh House – Kitchen – Left Arm – Venus

Twelfth House – Left eye

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TWELVE LABOURS OF HERAKLES

Greek Hero Hercules ( Herakles) accomplished twelve labours when he was in the service of King Eurystheus of Tiryns; several of these resemble Lord Krishna’s Leelas :-

1.The Nemean Lion

Herakles was ordered to kill a lion which was terrorizing the Land of Nemea. No weapon could penetrate its hide. He used his club and killed it. He then skinned the lion with its own claws  and donned the pelt to render himself invulnerable.

2.The Lernean Hydra

He was sent to kill the nine headed snake or dragon Hydra in the swamp near Lerna When he chopped off one head two grew up. His Iolus helped him to kill it. It is similar to Kaliya mardhana of Lord Krishna.

3. The Cerynean Hind

Herakles was asked to capture this beast. It had golden horns and bronze hooves.  It was sacred to goddess Artemis. After a yeas chase he caught and injured it. To escape the goddess’ anger, he blamed King Eurystheus for its injury.

4.The Erymanthian Boar

The hero had to bring this monstrous boar back home. He captured it and sent to Tiryns. King Eurystheus was scared to look at it and so hid it in an urn.

5. The Augean Stables

Herakles was asked to clean the stables in one day.. he succeeded in cleaning it by diverting the rivers into stable. It is similar to Krishna lifting the Govardhana Giri.

6. The Stymphalian Birds

Heracles was ordered to get rid of the monstrous man eating birds with iron claws. They were living in Lake Stymphalos; He first scared them and shot one by one with his bow.

7.The Cretan Bull

Eurystheus sent Herakles to Crete island to capture a bull that was terrorizing the island. The hero caught the bull and took it to Greece.

8.The Mare of Diomedes

Diomedes , King of Bitones owned vicious mares and he fed them with the flesh of strangers. Herakles went to Thrace and killed Diomedes and fed the mares with his flesh. He tamed them and took them to his king.

9. The Girdle of Hippolyte

Hippolyte was the queen of Amazons, who wore a beautiful girdle. Herakles was sent to fetch it for Eurytheus’ daughter. He slew Hippolyte and took the girdle from her body

10.The Cattle of Geryon

Herakles borrowed the cu of Helios, the sun and sailed to Gerion beyond Spain. There he killed the three bodied monster.

11.The Apples of the Hesperides

Hesperides was the nymph who raised a tree with golden apples. Herakles killed the dragon called Ladon who guarded the tree. He took the golden apples.

12.The Descent to the Underworld

Cerberus was the three headed dog which guarded the gates of the underworld. Herakles after a great struggle dragged it to his king Eurystheus and then sent it back to the Underworld.

—subham—

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