An analysis based on the new Indo-Centric Cosmology
3.9.2009 – 13.10.2009
On the occasion of India’s independence from British rule, Sri Aurobindo, Vishnu’s 9th Avatar, inter alia stated in a radio message to the nation:
‘…India is free, but she has not achieved unity, only a fissured and broken freedom… The whole communal division into Hindu and Muslim seems to have hardened into the figure of a permanent political division of the country. It is to be hoped that the Congress and the Nation will not accept the settled fact as for ever settled, or as anything more than a temporary expedient…’ Sri Aurobindo, 15.8.1947.
Clearly Sri Aurobindo was not satisfied with Partition and its implications. More pointedly he foresaw that it would not solve existing problems but would simply create more:
‘…For if it lasts, India may be seriously weakened, even crippled; civil strife may remain always possible, possible even a new invasion and foreign conquest. The partition of the country must go…For without it [unity] the destiny of India might be seriously impaired and frustrated. That must not be.’ (Ibid)
Some years later, before his passing, Sri Aurobindo agreed to meet Shri K. S. Munshi, a senior Congress leader of the day; it was an unusual concession since he was in complete seclusion from 1926 and only rarely agreed to these requests. Here is a transcript of that important conversation:
‘K. S. Munshi, a Congress politician, was granted an audience with Sri Aurobindo, one of the few exceptions he made in the last years of his life.
‘…At the end of the interview, Munshi asked if there was anything Sri Aurobindo wanted to say. Immediately he asked, “When will India be reunited?” Taken aback, Munshi explained that he could not foresee it in his lifetime. Until 1947 he had worked for a united India. But he considered the partition to have been positive in so far as it allowed India and Pakistan to develop in their own separate ways. Sri Aurobindo insisted that Pakistan was “fraud, force and treachery”, and declared: “India will be reunited. I see it clearly.” After an exchange of views on local politics, Munshi asked, “When are you coming out of Pondicherry?” Sri Aurobindo replied: “I cannot say. I must first complete my work here.”’ Sri Aurobindo on Pakistan.
It would appear that the concession granted to K. S. Munshi just before leaving this plane was not a casual decision. Sri Aurobindo clearly wanted it known that Partition was unacceptable in the higher vision and had to go; moreover that it would eventually be undone. Through Munshi his views would be passed on to the Congress leadership. But as history records, not many were ready to heed Sri Aurobindo’s explicit warnings, with the result that sixty-two years later this disregard for the Avatar’s warning would cause the wounds inflicted by Partition to remain opened, oozing poisonous toxins as never before.
Sri Aurobindo left this plane in December 1950; the Mother was then to carry on his work for another 23 years. As a foreigner in those heady times, just after a hard-fought independence was won from British rule, instead of bold proclamations the Mother used more subtle means to effectuate Sri Aurobindo’s command, though certainly no less effective. The photograph below was taken on 21 February 1952.
The Mother’s chair stands before the map of Akhand Bharat. Nothing more needed to be said or done. The image before which she sat throughout the years after his withdrawal until her own seclusion in 1962, would become engrained in the consciousness of all those who came into its presence. It continues to adorn the same wall where originally it had been placed for public display. Occult matters of this high order are known to leave a permanent and indelible imprinting, much like subliminal messaging used in certain advertising techniques. We shall see further on how this particular representation of Akhand Bharat with the Mother’s own carefully-designed symbol contains very exact instructions, if they may be so called, as to how the Avatar’s commands would come to be played out. The entire unfolding, nothing of which was revealed by the Mother to others directly, transpired exactly as she had presented in this bas-relief.
In addition to the above, the Mother left us an even more detailed explanation of the manner in which the destiny of Akhand Bharat would take shape. We present here another photograph taken on the same occasion. The Mother is seen together with four illustrious visitors, Jawaharlal Nehru, Thiru Kamaraj, Indira Gandhi Nehru, and Lal Bahadur Shastri. History confirms the unusual significance of this photograph in that three of India’s present and future prime ministers were with her that day, seated before the all-important map of Akhand Bharat. Finally, Thiru Kamaraj, seated second, is precisely the senior Tamil Congress leader who was responsible for Indira Gandhi becoming prime minister after the death of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri (fourth from the Mother).
Further on, factual details of the manner in which the control of Mahakala worked through these instruments, even to the point of gathering them all together for this imprinting, will again provide documented proof that the destiny of India since the Vedic Age has been proceeding according to a carefully crafted ‘plan’. Now, with the advent of the new cosmology those higher laws of India’s destiny can be revealed. But in 1952, unknown to all and as if held together by a magnetic axis around the Mother, these four Congress leaders did come to play most significant roles in the history of contemporary India according to a unique pattern known only to Vedic civilisation. Rightfully so, because being the centre of the entire 9th Manifestation consisting of over 6000 years – indeed, the central converging temporal pole of the Earth herself – we should not be surprised to make these discoveries. Nor should we be surprised that on 21.2.1952, the key to the entire process was given in the two photographs ‘arranged’ by the Supramental Shakti for posterity – preserved until the time when these revelations could be made known as the real organisation of political power for the nation from the beginning of the freedom movement, through independence and into the present.
In 1952 none of this was openly known. Explanations of the wise ways of the Mother began to take shape only from 1971 onwards; to note, the last three years of the Mother’s sojourn on Earth were dedicated to the transmission of a very special higher knowledge, much of which is displayed in these two images of the Mother’s symbol superimposed on Akhand Bharat.
21 September 2009
© Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet