Monday, October 10, 2011

bogar 12000

The great siddhar/Alchemist BOGAR had attained Jeeva Samadhi at palani. He  has written many hidden notes among his many verses bogar 7000 and  Bogar 12000 is a huge compilation work on alchemy, medicine, herbs which is a vast recent reference notes for  worldwide manufacturing of  modern lightweight metals like titanium for manufacturing of flights and satellites and by usage of common herbs in nuclear physics to block the radioactive energies from the radioactive substances.
Bhogar worshipping Lord Dhandayuthapani at palani, tamilnadu (subramaniyar). He attained the immortal state of samadi at the age of 315 years at palani, he made China the center of his Alchemy teaching activities because of his many desciples. He belonged to the ancient tradition of Nava (nine) holy ascetics, tracing their tradition to Lord Shiva. He only introduced china salts and other black salts in alchemy in India.
Bhogar practiced Kundalini Yoga in four stages, later finally he attained Samadhi by a way of siddhar technic  Vaasi yogam taught by Agasthiyar. The first three stages are described in a later chapter on his bogar7000.  Bhogar chose the Palani Malai (mountain) in Tamil Nadu as the site for intensive yogic practice (advance stage of vaasi) for the final stage of Jeeva samadhi.
The temple at Palani became the epicenter of his activi­ties. He visited many countries astrally, physically and through transmigration as same as like other siddhars. In one of his compilation Bhogar 12000, he claims to have flown to China at one point in a sort of airplane, against the gravitational force in which he built by using many metals including titanium (which is highly using in our satellite and external body manufacturing of flights)  
The bathing (abhishekam) of an idol of Palani Andavar with many substances, including pancha­amirtam consisting of five fruits and honey  were developed by him and continually to be followed  till today.
The idol had to be created from very rare herbs and mixed substances that would ever last throughout till sun and moon remains in this galaxy. So Bhogar created it out of nine secret herbal and chemical ingredients, nava pashanam  from nine substances  with dissolved herbs), which made it harder than granite stones. Among nine substances, eight of the ingredients were combined in a mold of the idol. The ninth, was added as a catalyst, to solidify it.
The worldwide research scientists, who attempted to determine the composition of a small sample of the material of the idol, were anxious to find that it is immediately sublimated when make it as heated. Thus its composition remains a mystery till date.
At the end of his mission to China, about 400 BC, Bhogar, with his disciple Yu (whom he also gave the Indian name Pulipaani) and other close disciples, left China by the land route.
Bhogar and his young disciple Babaji Nagaraj at Kataragama, composed his greatest work of 700,000 verses near Mt. Kailasa. It was later condensed to 7,000 verses, and is known as Bhogar Sapta Kandam. He later visited Gaya, India and Arabia.
Babaji nagaraj performing deep meditation at Sathura Giri and then he went to Katirkamam in Sri Lanka and establishes shrine at Katirkamam to perform meditation and win the grace of Lord Muruga. Under inspiration from the Lord he established the famous Yantra shrine, representing the 1008 petalled lotus chakra, which blossomed in Bhogar there. Next he went to Palani where Bogar attained Jeevasamadhi.
Recently I read this but misinterpreted in their own way, the fact is above for your reference
இலங்கையின் தென் கிழக்கு கோடியில் உள்ள ஊர் கதிர்காமம். பழைய நூல்களில் முருகனின் அறுபடை வீடுகளில் ஒன்றாக இதை குறிப்பிடப் படுவதுண்டு.
இந்துக்கள், இஸ்லாமியர்கள், பவுத்தர்கள் மூவருக்கும் பொதுவானதாக இந்த கோவில் இருந்து வருகிறது.எல்லா மதங்களின் விழாக்களும் இங்கே பாகுபாடின்றி கொண்டாடப் படுகிறது..
இங்கே முருகனுக்கு சிலை கிடையாது. வள்ளி,தேவயானை சமேதராக முருகன் அருள்பாலிக்கும் ஓவியம் தீட்டப் பட்ட ஒரு திரை மட்டுமே தொங்க விடப்பட்டிருக்கும்.
இந்த திரைக்குப் பின்னால் ஒரு சிறிய அறை இருக்கிறது. காற்றோ, வெளிச்சமோ நுழையாத இந்த அறையில், ஒரு பேழையில் அறுகோண யந்திரம் ஒன்று உள்ளது. இந்த யந்திரம் சூட்சுமமான சக்தி வாய்ந்தது என்கின்றனர் . இதனை உருவாக்கியவர் போகர் என இக்கோவிலில் குறிப்புகள் காணக் கிடைக்கின்றன.
இந்த யந்திரமே கதிர்காமத்து கந்தனாக உருவகிக்கப் பட்டு எல்லா மதத்தினராலும் காலம் காலமாய் வணங்கப் பட்டு வருகிறது. விழாக் காலங்களில் மட்டும் இந்த யந்திரம் அடங்கிய பேழையை யானை மீது வைத்து ஊர்வலமாய் கொண்டு வருகின்றனர்.

1 comment:

Krithika Maxwell said...

Siddhar Bogar has been described in varying traditions as a Tamil siddhar who lived sometime between 550 and 300 BCE. Bogar went from Tamil Nadu to China and taught about enlightenment, he mentioned that one of his songs.The Songs and details about siddhar Bogar is available @Kaavidesam. Siddhar Bogar