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Scientific study on Hanuman murti

Description: This article provides information about the research conducted on a commercially-made Lord Hanuman murti before and after it was painted by a seeker murti -maker

1. Introduction

Spirituality is a science which is beyond the comprehension of our five senses, mind and intellect. Just as one needs to eat sugar to understand what “sweet” taste is; similarly, Spirituality can be understood only by experiencing it. However, it is still possible to explain Spirituality to some extent by using modern equipment or scientific tools.

In this experiment, two types of technologies were used – RFI (Resonant Field Imaging) and PIP (Polycontrast Interference Photography) to ascertain the positive and negative effects on an object.

2. RFI and PIP

Resonant Field Imaging (RFI)

Resonant Field Imaging (RFI) is an experimental electromagnetic measurement and imaging process. This new technology provides objective data and informative interpretations for all Auras and bioenergy fields. RFI is the first Aura imaging technology which can create complete colour bioenergy charts of various objects, humans, flora and fauna.

Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP)

Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP) helps understand the momentum of vibrations around an object and can also see the colour aura around it. By connecting computerised PIP equipment to a video camera, circles of energy associated with articles, buildings or individuals can be observed through filters in the PIP equipment. This equipment separates the colours and has facilities to observe positive and negative colours as per their concentration.

PIP results are shown in colours in which orange and violet represent vibrations of tension or distress respectively. Pink denotes Raja-predominance. Green signifies positive energy associated with spiritual remedies; blue denotes sāttviktā or Ānand (Bliss). Yellow with a golden tinge signifies a high level of universal vibrations.

3. What is the objective behind conducting scientific tests in Spirituality?

There are three factors, physical, psychological and spiritual which affect all creation. In order to understand the physical and psychological factors, one can use appropriate worldly tools; however, to understand spiritual factors, worldly tools are not useful. The Spiritual dimension is very subtle; hence it can be comprehended only through a highly advanced sixth sense. For example, one can understand an object’s positive vibrations, distressful vibrations, its sāttviktā, etc. only by using the subtle sixth sense. Most people do not have the required subtle sixth sense, so they believe those who have an advanced sixth sense.

In worldly life, when we visit doctors, or other professionals, we believe in their advice. Similarly, in Spirituality, Saints have very high level of understanding about the subtle dimension due to which they can accurately assess the vibrations in any object. Seekers take the word of Saints as the Absolute Truth and have complete faith in what Saints say. However, rationalists and intellectuals do not believe in the word of Saints, they need a proof to believe it. They believe in something only once it is proven scientifically with the help of some equipment or machine. Therefore, we are conducting tests using scientific equipment to provide scientific evidence of spiritual facts.

4. An experiment on Lord Hanuman Murti

An experiment was conducted on a specific Lord Hanuman murti, one carrying the Droṇagiri Mountain. H. H. Dr. Jayant Athavale selected one idol out of about 12 idols because it had bhav (Spiritual emotion) on the face. This idol was made by a commercial murti maker and it had not been painted. Later, a seeker with murti-making skills, painted the murti white for the first stage and orange-red for the second stage. The seeker also painted eyes on Lord Hanuman’s murti. A reading was taken at each of these stages.

The objective of this experiment was to verify the nature of vibrations in Lord Hanuman’s idol when made by an average idol-maker and the nature of changes in the vibrations when the idol was painted orange-red and when its eyes were painted by a seeker. Observations and interpretations are given ahead.

When an idol-maker makes a Deity’s idol, the vibrations of sāttviktā (Purity) it imbibes depend on the idol-maker’s sādhanā (Spiritual practice), his bhāv (spiritual emotion) and the shape of the idol. The idol gains divinity after it is painted and the divinity becomes more awakened when its eyes are painted. Then it begins to perform a function. An individual who knows the subtle dimension can understand these changes without the need for any equipment. For those who do not understand the subtle dimension, we are showing the results through scientific instruments.

5. Pictures of the experiment

                  1.                                    2.                                   3.                                 4.
1. Lord Hanuman’s murti as made by a commercial idol-maker
2. Lord Hanuman’s murti painted white by a seeker idol-maker
3. Lord Hanuman’s murti painted orange-red by a seeker idol-maker
4. Lord Hanuman’s orange-red murti with eyes painted by a seeker idol-maker

6. Observations and their interpretation

Resonant Field Imaging (RFI): The following table shows the results of the scientific tests done on Lord Hanuman murti at different stages of being painted. First, base readings were taken before placing the idol on a table. In the readings below, the numerical values are frequencies used for analysis purposes; however, the interpretation explains the meaning of these frequencies.

 

The readings of Lord Hanuman’s murti at different stages

Plain murti as made by the murti-maker

After the murti was painted white

After the murti was painted orange-red

After the eyes of the murti were painted

The vacant place before placing the idol (Note 1) (MHz)

699.5

539.36

671.36

661.83

Interpretation

The colour of this frequency is dark blue which denotes a normal healthy environment. The colour of this frequency is yellow which denotes Bliss and a good state. The colour of this frequency is dark blue which denotes that the physical function is continuing and a normal healthy environment. The colour of this frequency is blue which denotes positivity, clarity of thought and truthfulness.
After the Idol was placed (MHz)

607.6

679.75

780.39

670.34

Interpretation

The colour of this frequency is black which denotes distressing energy. This means the environment became distressing due to the Idol The colour of this frequency is dark blue which denotes a normal healthy environment. Though the level of environment has declined due to placing of the Idol, it is not distressing. The colour of this frequency is faint violet which denotes clarity of thought and mental activeness. This means after keeping the Idol, the level of environment has become a little positive. The colour of this frequency is dark blue which denotes a normal healthy environment.  There is not much change in the level of environment after the Idol was kept and it remains positive.

Note 1: In this test we note down the changes occurred in the environment due to an object; however, since the environment changes very often, we have to note down the record (Base value) of the environment before an object is taken for testing. Hence, in another experiment, while testing the difference between bread and chapātī, an empty plate was kept on a table and the observations were noted down. Then the bread or chapātī was kept in the plate and observations were noted down.

Similarly, Lord Hanuman’s idol was placed on a table for conducting the experiment. While testing the idol, first the observations of the table when the idol was not placed on it, were recorded and then observations were made when the idol was placed on it.

Polycontrast Interference Photography (PIP): The following table shows the colours of the aura around the idol of Lord Hanuman at different stages and the interpretation of the colours. These auras are revealed through the use of PIP.

 

The readings of Lord Hanuman’s murti at different stages

Plain murti as made by the murti-maker After the murti was painted white After the murti was painted orange-red After the eyes of the murti were painted
 
Idol’s colour The red blots on the murti are in a higher proportion. It denotes distressing vibrations. Due to painting the murti white, the red colour is not noticed. Positive green colour and the negative orange are visible. Distressing red and orange are noticed on the murti to some extent. The positive green and blue are also noticed. Distressing red and orange colours are noticed on the murti to some extent. The positive green and blue are also noticed as in the earlier photograph of the murti; but when compared with that photograph, the green is reduced and the blue has increased. This means the sāttviktā of the murti has further increased.
Colours of the aura around the idol
 
Orange (Indicator of negativity and stress) This colour is noticed in a higher proportion around the murti. Orange in the environment is reduced to a little extent. In the aura of predominant green colour, orange colour is noticed to a little extent. In the aura of predominant green colour, the orange colour noticed in the earlier picture has completely disappeared. This means the sāttviktā of the murti has increased when compared with earlier picture.
Green (Indicator of positivity and sāttviktā) This colour has moved away due to orange. This colour is still away from the murti. This colour has come near the murti and its proportion has also increased. This means the murti has become more sāttvik than earlier. Proportion of green is increased a little as compared to earlier picture.
Yellow (Indicator of high spiritual principle) Yellow is noticed above the murti in a less proportion. There is an increase in yellow than earlier. Yellow is noticed in a very less proportion around the murti. Since the murti is painted red, the high-quality yellow is reduced. Yellow is in an equal proportion around the murti as in the earlier picture.
White (Indicator of purity) White is noticed in a very less proportion above the murti. There is a little increase in the white above the murti. White is not noticed above the murti. White is not noticed above the murti.
Sky-blue (Indicator of nirguṇ or Peace) This colour is not noticed in the aura. This colour is not noticed in the aura. This colour is noticed at the feet of the murti and the table on which the murti is placed. There is a little increase in the sky-blue when compared with the earlier picture.

The following aspects emerge from the above observations.

  1. There were distressing vibrations around the Idol of Lord Hanuman made by a commercial murti-maker.

  2. When the seeker murti-maker painted the murti white, the distressing vibrations around the murti reduced to some extent.

  3. When the murti was painted orange-red, a colour which attracts Mārutitattva (Lord Hanuman Principle), distressing vibrations around the idol reduced to a great extent and its sāttviktā increased.

  4. When the seeker painted the eyes of the murti, the distressing vibrations around the idol disappeared and the idol got enveloped in sāttvik vibrations.

Following is the actual picture of Lord Hanuman’s murti after being painted orange-red and eyes painted by seeker idol-maker.

This research was conducted by:
Mr Santosh Shamrao Joshi

Universal Energy Researcher,

Sarvashram Vaishvik Adhyatmik Energy Sanshodhan Kendra,

Mumbai, Dombivli, State of Maharashtra,

BHARAT (INDIA)

Date of Research: 3 February 2014

E-mail: [email protected]

An appeal to scientists to conduct further research

Sanatan Sanstha is performing further research on the results obtained in the experiment above. The spiritual perspective behind the observations in this research can only be explained by Saints; however, we need help of scientists to explain the results in scientific language for people to understand the inferences easily.

We will be thankful to researchers who can provide a scientific perspective on such subjects.

Contact: H.H. Dr. Mukul Gadgil

E-mail: [email protected]

  1. PIP – Introduction to spiritual research using the polycontrast interference photography technique
  2. Research on vibrations emitted by coffee, tea and milk captured with biofeedback equipment
  3. Comparative study of a commercial picture of Deity Shiva and a picture made by seekers using the PIP technique

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