Brahma’s Incest with His Daughter Sarasvati?
Brahma is the main god of the Hindu religion as expounded by the Smarta pantheists. He is one of the Hindu (ie. Smarta) trinity of Brahma-Vishnu-Shiva. Brahma is also Brahman, the Supreme Infinite God. Yet, Vishnu is himself considered merely another manifestation of Brahman or Brahma. Brahma in the form of Prajapati is the creator of the Universe in the Vedic religion. He is hence the most important Vaidik god, towering like a colossus above Vishnu and Rudra (later on Rudra was identified with the Dravidian Shiva). The beastly behaviour of this God is thus especially significant, and shows how the rotten nature ofHinduism extends to the very foundation.Brahma’s Incest With Sarasvati The savage Vedic Aryans who invaded India practiced widespread incest, cannibalism, sati and other barbarities. It is hence no surprise that the main Vedic god also displayed animal characteristics. He had incest with his own daughter, an act that is perfectly legal in Vediclaw : “Brahma is one of the 3 main gods – Trimurti – of the Hindu pantheon. He is the creator of the universe. Sarasvati, who became the wife of her own father, was the daughter of Brahma. There are 2 stories about her genesis in the `Saraswati Purana’. One is that Brahma created his beautiful daughter Saraswati direct from his `vital strength’ or seminal fluid. The other is that Brahma used to collect his semen in a pot whenever he masturbated fixing his carnal eyes on the celestial beauty Urvasi. Brahma’s semen in the pot gave birth to the sage Agastya, and Agastya in turn gave birth to Saraswati. Thus, Saraswati had no mother. ” This daughter or grand-daughter of Brahma is the Hindu goddess of learning. When Brahma saw the beauty of Saraswati he became amorous. To escape from her father’s passionate approach Saraswati ran to the lands in all four directions, but she could not escape from her father. She succumbed to Brahma’s wish. Brahma and his daughter Saraswati lived as husband and wife indulging in incest for 100 years. They had a son Swayambhumaru and a daughter Satarupa. THrough the incest of Brahma’s son and daughter Brahma got two grandsons and two grand-daughters.”( Kovoor, p.76 )The legend is given in the following `sacred’ Vedic texts ( Spellman, p.28 ):Aitareya Brahmana.III.33 Satapatha Brahmana.I.7.4.1ff; XIV, 4.2.1ff;Matsya Purana.III.32 ff;Bhagavata Purana.III.12.28ff.Justification of Incest
In all these `holy’ scriptures, this act of unrestrained incest is justified and upheld as a legal act !” Brahma followed Savitri [ Sarasvati ], married her, and they lived together in a lotus for one hundred years. The Purana [ Matsya ] then points out that no question arises regarding prohibited acts of the gods since they do not reap the fruits of their karma (actions) as do mortals. A further justification of Brahma’s action is given by noting that Brahma is the lord of the Vedas and Savitri is the goddess of the Vedas. They therefore are inseparable, and to unite the Vedas with the sacred prayer can surely be no evil.”( Spellman, p.30 )However, the Vedas, which carry farmore authority than the Puranic and Brahmanic texts cited above, enjoin this practice. Incest, far from being a `corruption’ introduced after the Vedic Dark Ages, was thus a common practice during that age of barbarism and illiteracy, and is a Hindu institution perfectly sanctioned in the Vedas.Vedic Sanction of Incest One of the most irrefutable facts proving that Hinduism is evil right at its very foundation is the fact that the Vedas justify the beastly act of incest as a `sacred act’. This was no doubt an outcome of the strict practice of `brahmacharya’ which produced hoards of sexually starved psychopathic sadhus. It is these mad sadhu Brahmins, the authors of the concocted Vedas, who justified and legalised incast. Indeed, the Vedas enjoin incest as akind of marriage. This fact was utilised by Brahma when convincing his daughter Sarasvati (also known as Padma) to succumb to his unlimited lust :” 8. On seeing his beautiful daughter Padma, Brahma was sexually excited. He wooed his daughter and wanted to copulate with her. How could a daughter give consent to her own father? Padma refused. Brahma could not give up his desire. He began to quote the Vedas to convince her that there was nothing wrong in having sex with anyone, anytime, anywhere for the sake of giving birth to a child. ”– ( Puran ) This is the Vedic verse in Sanskrit which justifies incest and which was quoted by Brahma :“Mathara Mupathya, susara Mupatithe, Puthrartheetha. Sagamarthi, Napathra loka, nastheethath. Saravam paravo vindu ha, dasmath Puthrar tham. Matharam suransathee Rehathee”- ( Veda, cited in Puran ) Tranlated this verse means ” For the sake of a child one can enjoy his own sister or daughter, without any sin attached to it. ”( Puran ) There are other abundant examples of incest from the Vedic age. These prove that the Vedic Aryans regularly practiced incest of the father-daughter type and the brother-sister type ( Sita ). Moreover, the Vedas fully legalise this abominable practice. These evil practices continued right throughout the Brahmanic Dark Ages of 2599 years (1500 BC – 1000 AD). Thus, for example, Rama maried his sister Sita when she was still only 6 years old ( Sitaram ).Brahma’s Beatiality with a Bear Brahma, the main god of the Vedic religion, was so lecherous that he was not satisfied with his own daughter. In fact, feelings of lust crept up when he saw even females of animal species ! He was so frustrated that he copulated with a bear : ” 11. Brahma started roaming about in forests. He happened to see a female bear in a bush. Brahma would not leave it. He went straight to the bear. The female bear yielded to Brahma’s lust. God Brahma enjoyed the bear, and a human being with the head of a bear was born. He was called Jambu Vandan, the son of Brahma.( Puran ) Other examples of beastiality abound. The Vedic Ashvamedha involved the Chief Hindu Aryan Queen copulating with a dead horse ! Rama’s mother herself copulated with a dead horse during the asvamedha ceremony of King Dasaratha, after which she was handed over to the disciples of the officiating Brahmin, one of whom fathered Ram. Thus, Rama was illegitimate ( Mother ) ( Ram ).Birth of Vasishta Vasistha, so acclaimed as a sage, was the son of a prostitute, and thus fulfilled the dictionary definition of `bastardness’.” 9. Brahma succeeded in convincing his daughter with the help of the Veda and enjoyed her. Brahma’s semen entered the womb of his daughter. But somehow, for reasons not known he sucked back his semen from the womb of his daughter, through his own penis…” 12. Then Brahma met Urvasi a divine prostitute. He was erotically aroused by her beauty. He wooed her and had sex with her on a condition. Accordingly after enjoying her, he pumped back the semen sucked from the womb of his daughter Padma into the womb of Urvasi. The child born was named Vasista. Brahma transferred his powers to Vasista and went away to perform penance for his sinful sexual exploits.”( Puran )Birth of Agastya Agastya, the priest who helped Rama during his genocidal invasion of South India, did not have any mother. He simply sprang out of Brahma’s semen that had accumulated :” 1. Brahma acted as a priest to officiate the marriage of god Paramasiva with Parvathi. When Parvathi went round the sacred fire (Omakundam) she held up the end of her apron in her left hand. It enabled Brahma to have a clear look at Parvathi’s thighs. On seeing her thighs, Brahma ejaculated his semen in a vessel nearby. Agasthiar was delivered out of the vessel!
2. When Parvathi came around the sacred fire Brahma was once again blessed, with the beautiful sight of her thighs and he once again ejaculated. This time a number of saints (Rishis) were born in no time. Of them Valkilliyatha was one.
3. As Brahma left the place after themarriage, he once again secreted the semen and dripped it on the ashes of a graveyard. A Rakshasa named Pooricharavanan was born.
4. Brahma collected some bones from a burial ground and ejaculated on the heap of the bones. Instantly a brave and strong man called Salliyan was born.
5. As he left the grave yard a little quantity of semen spilled on the ground. A bird appeared there and pecked at the semen of Brahma. The bird became pregnant and gave birth to a man called sakuni.
6. Then god Brahma went to a tank. He pumped a little of his semen there. A frog came and swallowed the semen of Brahma. The frog gave birth to a female child called Mandothari.
7. At last Brahma emptied the last drops of his semen on a lotus flower in a tank. The lotus flower became pregnant and gave birth to a female child called Padma. ”( Puran ) Surely, Brahma was a good guide for the debauched Brahmins enjoying themselves with thousands of Aboriginal Devadasis in their huge whore house-temples !It is in these brothel-mandirs that Sanskrit arose as a mongrel language, the bastard offspring of the nomadic gruntings of Old Indo-Aryan and the Dravidian langauges. Indeed, more than 30 % of Sanskrit vocabulary is of Dravidian origin ! The common Sanskrit ending -am (as in Kalpakkam) is also derived from Dravidian, as are the cerebral consonants. Indeed, in all ways in which Sanskrit deviates from the Indo-Aryan mainstream it is Dravidian influence which is almost definitely at work. The impact of Brahma can be seen today in all parts of Hindu India : the incidence of fathers raping their daughters is higher in Hindu Bharat than in any other country of the world ! If a girl is not killed in Vedic female infanticide, she has to face the lustful advances of her debauched Hindu father ! And to top it all, suchacts of infantilism are legalised in the Vedas ! That is all done before she is 9 years old, at which time she is married as per the Manu-Smrti. After that she may be burnt for dowry. If she by some miracle survives that, she is burnt as a widow ! The life of a Hindu woman is merely a series of tortures and rapings ! Shiva cuts of Brahman’s Head
Shiva, the Dravidian God, was naturally enraged at this profligate conduct of the savage Aryan Brahma. Hence, he cut of Brahma’s head :”
10. The news about god Brahma and his lustful extravagances reached the ears of king of devas-Devendra. He was excited and sent Thilothama, a dancing girl of Devalok, to dance before Brahma. She did so. Much enamoured of the beauty of Thilothama Brahma followed Thilothama to rape her. God Eswara observed the madness of Brahma. He got angry and cut away one of the heads of Brahma.”( Puran ) This is another mythologization of the eternal conflict betwwen Negroid Sudras and Caucasoid Aryans symbolised by the conflict between the Sudra god Shiva and the Aryan god Brahma (or Brahman, or Vishnu). Legalised incest between father-daughter and brother-sister as depicted by the beastliness of the supreme Hindu God Brahma is merely one manifestation of the cess-pit of Vedic Hinduism masquerading as a religion. Cannibalism, urine-drinking, dung-eating, castration of Aboriginal males (Hijrah cult), sati (widow-burning), devadasism (Aryan Hindu sexploitation of Abroginal women), human sacrifice(purushamedha), Kautilyan totalitarianism and apartheid (varnashrama dharma) are some ofthe other gruesome gifts of Hinduism to the world.References
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