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I believe one is supposed to post their own ideas after all
three types of cones are interpreted by the brain as a visible color.
"In Shakti's temple = Human body if you control the left & the right = Left and Right eyes you can hear a lute in the center of your face. = Hypothalamus And Shiva will come out dancing sweetly. I swear upon Sada Nandi we have spoken the truth." - Tirumular
Just then, Shiva stepped out of the pillar of light as the sound of OM assaulted the skies.
Like I said, the way people see Lord Shiva today is quite different to the way they saw him previously.
The arcaelogical record shows that while the Vedic (not Indian) culture and the various other Indo-European cultures shared a common culture, the culture of the Indus Valley (aka Vedic) is not the source.
The source (aka the urheimat )
The Slavic languages experience a major expansion starting around the 6th century CE, in some cases supplanting earlier Indo-European languages in the region to which they expanded. The Slavic homeland likely corresponds to the distribution of the oldest recognisably Slavic hydronyms, found in northern and western Ukraine and southern Belarus.
Just like only white nationalists think that Aryans were anything more than a small Persian tribe
The Vedic culture, was one of the cultures of the Indian Sub continent. It was Indo-European (the correct term). There were other cultures in the Indian Sub continent as well. So if one refers to India, one is referring to a modern culture.
The Urheimat is a term Indo-European scholars use for the "Indo-European homeland" as you would have found when you googled that term
I don't know what "Scholars" you are reading. But the correct usage of Arayan is referring to one of the Indo-Persian tribes. Not to the Indo-European people as a whole. Victorian scholars used the term Indo-Aryan, or Indo-Germanic. They had a bias thinking that Aryan or Germanic were both synonomous and the apex of culture. Its been disproven that was the case
originally posted by: tikbalang
a reply to: Noinden
Xenophobia, well, thats my opinion about you..
You have some mental issues, numeorus posters mentioned that, they think you are some what autistic.. You mimick everything without really coming to your own conclusion.. A Robot,
But I'll do what the current paradigm actually wants me to do, and that's to pray for a lost soul