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The Aryan Path August 1950


It is for this reason that the Buddha stressed the indispensable necessity of the eraication of the egsense in the spiritual life and laid down the doctrine of Anatta or Sunyata as the ultimate philosophical foundation of His religion. [...] But the real essence of the matter is not the establishment of the reality of the world or its phenomenal reality the theory of evolution or of apparent evolution. [...] The Purusha Sakta of the Rigveda and of the Yajurvecla are identical and in their 7th mantra of the Sakta state :- From the primeval self-sacrifice of the Purusha Logos were born the Riks the Samas the Chhandansi and the Yajus. [...] The 13th mantra of the Atharva Veda Purusha Sakta which differs matrially in the number and order of the mantras uses the plural for the first two the Samas and the Riks but uses Chhando ha (also the Chhanda) and the Yajus. [...] " As Brahma's silent recitation consisted of the full half of the ritual the collective unvocaized portion of the three systematiz-"362 THE ARYAN PATH [ August ed Vedas in the words of the Aittareya Brahmana or Atharvangrasa in the words of the Gopath Brahmana discharged the spiritual or intellectual half the esoteric function of sacrificial rituals.
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i-ii Sophia Wadia view
“Thus Have I Heard”
337-338 Shravaka view
The “Problem” of “Ahimsa”
339-343 Sramanera Sangharakshita view
The Veil of the Temple
344-348 M. Howey view
Teachers and Pupils
348-348 Sophia Wadia view
Philosophy Religion and Mysticism
349-351 K.S. Sastri view
Aaron David Gordon
352-359 Hugo Bergman view
A Warning of 1879
359-359 Sophia Wadia view
The Value and Importance of the Atharva Veda
360-364 U.K. Oza view
The Example of Brazil
364-364 Sophia Wadia view
The Wisdom of Tao
365-368 Merton Yewdale view
New Books and Old
369-382 Sophia Wadia view
Ends and Sayings
383-384 Sophia Wadia view
i-iv Sophia Wadia view

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