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The purpose of this work is to propagate Vedic energy doctrines and related fundamental concepts that led Indian astronomers to the amazing discoveries of zero, infinity and the self driven mercury wheel. Authors have attempted to show that Vedic hymns devoted to a number of powers of nature provide a good opportunity to investigate fundamental principles of energy and their diverse forms like gravity, heat, light, electromagnetic energy and their various manifestation; this has been achieved by exploring attributes, has been achieved by exploring attributes, properties, activities and functions of Vedic gods viz., Agni, India, Surya, Ashvins etc which are actually personification of natural forces sung by Vedic Rishis. Vedic cosmology, Vedic astronomy and Vedic mechanics are based on the principle of cyclical perpetual motion. Hymns devoted to Agni, Nasadiya Sukta and Asyavamsaya hymns have been interpreted in details to show that Vedic energy science stands in flagrant contradiction to classical thermodynamics. According to authors of this book, a critical survey of Vedic hymns show that Self-moving principle is central to Vedic philosophy, mechanics, astronomy and cosmology, a detailed study of which forms the foundations of "Vedic Energy Science." The investigations into "Vedic Energy Science" lead to a holistic worldview which is in contradiction with fragmentary worldview that emerges from the study if thermodynamics. The exploration of "Vedic Energy Science" constitute a radically new frontier of knowledge in the contemporary world, opening out vistas of what it is possible for mankind to know and to realize, which extend far beyond present scientific conceptions, and which urgently demand a revaluation of current paradigms of energy and a re-evaluation of erroneous conceptions, law and theories of science and over all limits of scientific knowledge. Philosophy of action, devotion and salvation has been explored by exemplifying various amazing inventions of Rbhus with special emphasis on self moving Vehicles. In essence energy is one and parallels between Vedic monistic doctrines and modern theories of physics like quantum mechanics, relativity have been drawn.

Vedic God Indra has been extensively investigated to find out various properties of gravity. The relationship between forms and function, structure and expression as regards to gravity and heat leads to conception of Self moving self regulated and self evolved universe. The same principles have been applied to the construction of a self moving gravity wheel that was actually proposed by Indian astronomers and later invented by councillor Orffyreus (1681-2745) in Germany. The story of Orffyreus has been retold to support Self moving principle in new light.

About the Author

Dr. Ramesh Menaria is currently working as Head, Department of Chemistry, at S.G.G. Government College, Banswara, (Rajasthan). Dr. Ramesh Menarua received his Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry in 1994 from the Sukhadia University, Udaipur. Dr. Menaria has presented many research papers in national and international conferences in Chemistry as well as Vedic science. In the course of his researches in thermodynamics and later in free energy, Dr Menaria got interested in the study of Vedic concepts related to various forms of energy. He also undertook the scientific study of Rigveda under the guidance of Deva Ramananda. Having been scientifically and spiritually trained in Vedantic tradition, Dr Ramesha Menaria has been engaged in advancing dialogue between religion and science by demonstrating truth of Self-Moving principle described in Vedas for more than last ten years. The book explores the philosophical, scientific, cosmological and astronomical foundations of Energy Science in Vedas that lead to a holistic worldview.

As her name itself shows, Veda Priya has loved Vedas for the beauty of spiritual thoughts contained in them as well as for their scientific contents in all branches if sciences. She is currently working in Finance & Accounts Department, University of Hyderabad. She hold a Master's degree in Public Personnel Management conferred by Osmania University. She has several other certificates and diplomas to her credit. Under the holy guidance and the spiritual practice of her Guru, Himalayan Saint, most reverend Paramahamsa ji and Paramapoojya, Shri Swami Vedananda Saraswathi Maharaj (alias-Veda Babaji), she has enjoyed privilege of bring Associate Editor of the Telugu Monthly Spiritual Mahazine "Om Sai Ram" for nearly two decades. She has contributed several hundreds of articles on various subjects of spiritualism and spiritual life, which were published in "Om Sai Ram" spiritual magazine. Besides, she is trained in Reiki and Kriya Yoga. As a yoga teacher, she has conducted several meditation sessions in India and abroad.

She has deep interest in the mystique of the God's 'Creation' and the similarities of exterior cosmic nature and interior nature of the human beings. In finding answers to countless questions related to the principles of working of the Universe, she started digging deep into the script and transcripts of the Vedas and Upanishads to find out the pearls of Vedic Science and Spirituality. She believes Vedic knowledge is paramount for the material and spiritual perfection of man's life, thus, for benefit of mankind as a whole.

Foreword

The scientific and intellectual contents of Vedic literature have attracted the attention of some of the world's finest scientific minds, philosophers, renowned poets and historians, namely Erwin Schodinger, Schopenhauer, Einstein, Heisenberg, Aldous Huxley, Carl Sagan, Henry Daid Thoreau, Waldo Emerson, Will Durant and Romian Rolland. Especially, Vedas have also attracted the attention of some of the free energy scientists like Nicola Tesla, in past, and Shri Paramhansa Tiwari, Shri G. Srinivasan and Dr Ramesh Menaria in present times.

According to authors of this book, a critical survey of Vedic hymns show that Self-moving principle is central to Vedic philosophy, mechanics, astronomy and cosmology, a detailed study of which forms the foundations of "Vedic Energy Science." The investigations into "Vedic Energy Science" lead to a holistic worldview which is in contradiction with fragmentary worldview that emerges from the study of thermodynamics. The exploration of "Vedic Energy Science" constitute a radically new frontier of knowledge in the contemporary world, opening out vistas of what it is possible for mankind to know and to realize, which extend far be beyond present scientific conceptions, and which urgently demand a revaluation of current paradigms of energy and a re-evaluation of erroneous conceptions, laws and theories of science and over all limits of scientific knowledge.

Deva Ramananda realized the need for presenting the "Vedic Energy Science" to people so that they can utilize knowledge of Vedic principles to live perfectly harmony with nature. Besides, they can benefit from Vedic principles of energy to fulfil their demands of energy. He strongly believed that the knowledge of Energy Science contained in Vedas helps us to correct blunders prevalent in the theories, laws, and structure of science, especially, laws of thermodynamics which constitutes the foundations of science.

Dr. Ramesha Menaria is currently working as Head, Department of Chemistry, at S.G.G. Government College, Banswara, (Rajasthan). Dr Ramesh Menaria received his Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry in 1994 from the Sukhadia University, Udaipur. He also undertook the scientific study of Rigveda under the guidance of Deva Ramananda. Having been scientifically and spiritually trained in Vedantic tradition, Dr Ramesh Menaria has been engaged in advancing dialogue between religion and science by demonstrating truth of Self-Moving principle described in Vedas for more than last ten years. The book explores the philosophical, scientific, cosmological foundations of Energy Science in Vedas that lead to a holistic worldview.

As her name itself shows, Veda Priya has loved Vedas for the beauty if spiritual thought contained in them as well as for their scientific contents in all branches of sciences. She is currently working Finance & Accounts Department, University of Hyderabad. She holds a Master's Degree in Public Personnel Managment conferred by Osmania University. She has several other certificates and diplomas to her credit.

Under the holy guidance and the spiritual practice of her Guru, Himalayan Saint, most reverend Paramahamsa ji and Paramapoojya, Shri Swami Vedananda Saraswathi Maharaj (alias-Veda Babaji), she has enjoyed privilege of being Associate Editor of the Telugu Monthly Spiritual Magazine "Om Sai Ram" for nearly two decades. She has contributed several hundreds of articles on various subjects of spiritualism and spiritual life, which were published in "Om Sai Ra,m" spiritual magazine. Besides, she is trained in Reiki and Kriya Yoga. As a yoga teacher, she has conducted several meditation sessions in India and abroad.

She has deep interest in the mystique of the God's 'Creation' and the similarities of exterior cosmic nature an interior nature of the human beings. In finding answers to countless questions related to the principles of working of the Universe, she started digging deep into the scripts and transcripts of the Vedas and Upanishads to find out the pearls of Vedic Science and Spirituality. She believes Vedic knowledge is paramount for the material and spiritual perfection of man's life, thus for benefit of mankind as a whole.

The 'Vedic Energy Science' contains secrets that can change our world. 'Vedic Energy Science' is a work that comes to light at a time when the world deeply needs to read its words. We believe the revival of 'Vedic Energy Science' and further progress in this field will create a free energy revolution. Besides bringing physical advantages to mankind, it will also prove that Western approach to science represents a very narrow range of perceptions; therefore, it leads to fragmentary worldview and dead end. The present book will be of immense help to modern scholars who are eager to understand both material and spiritual knowledge on a scientific basis. We are hopeful that "Vedic Energy science" penned by Dr Ramesh Menaria and Veda Priya will be a source of immense inspiration to all men; it will guide them to live in harmony with nature and enrich lives, both materially and spiritually. The Vedic Energy Science' has power to direct your steps with a new energy and optimism as you head into tomorrow.

Preface

Energy is subtle essence and substratum of all the things in the Universe. World has beginning and end in it. Various form of energy are manifestation of Single energy. The rising flood of articles and books published on the subject of energy in the past and present demonstrates it well from philosophical, scientific, technological and an economic standpoints, energy is a central and hot topic! Energy is regarded as life blood of society as it has been our experience that with limited access to energy resources; any society is considerably hindered from industrialization and economic growth. All over the world, energy experts debate about which is the 'best' energy source while taking considerations a large number of factors such as availability and cost of the resource, efficiency of production, public safety, health, and marketing. Policy makers have to tackle with caution these decisions as well as the consequences of the energy source they choose. Besides economic issues, scientists are grappling with environmental concerns about global warming, acid rain, and radioactive waste that influence the energy policies around the world. Never before has mankind been forced to grapple with such an enormous energy and environmental crisis. We have to fully acknowledge the significance and urgency of climate change.

Understanding energy means gaining knowledge about its nature, understanding original resources, their limitations, and the environment consequences of their use. Energy science provides a knowledge base to help understand, predict, and eventually control the natural world and serve as an agent of change in obtaining the vision of a secure and sustainable energy future. The Energy science deals with a variety of forms of energy, corresponding principles and technologies for efficient and clean energy. It also deals with their conversion and utilization, aiming to meet the challenge of rising energy demands and prices, while simultaneously addressing the concomitant environment impact.

The supreme in its importance, the subject of energy is rapidly evolving, however, there are big challenges ahead us, With available scientific knowledge, scientist are working hard to mitigate climate change, secure our long-term energy supply, and provide access to sustainable energy for everyone. They are suggesting us "conservation of energy" by using energy efficient devices, thus, making best use of energy. Due to ignorance of true laws of energy and work, they are not in a position to promise an abundant supply of energy to us and often keep us warning about the looming energy crisis. On the other hand, the main aim of the book is to elucidate the Energy Science contained in Vedas which ensures free production of energy by application of amazing Vedic principles, which in turn prepares us to tackle these challenges easily.

Many reverend scholars in the past have commented on the hymns of Rigveda for the benefit of the mankind. Sublime hymns of Rigveda, revealed to sages thousands years ago, cover a wide field of knowledge, such as cosmology, astronomy physical sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, political science, art and culture, ethics and above all complete Energy Science. The laws of thermodynamics were established in 19th century; therefore, as compared to old ages Vedic thoughts, it is only recently that scientists have come to realize essential unity between various forms of energy and their inter-conversion using various technologies. On the other hand, Sanges who composed a large number of hymns on Agni, Indra Aditi, Ashvins. Marut etc unambiguously expressed their conviction that all the natural forces are in essence one, they believed that there lives 'one spiritual in all things,' and that the whole cognizable world is constituted, and has been developed, in accordance with one common fundamental law. Energy is one in essence. They emphasized by it, in particular, the essential unity of inorganic and organic Various sages observed nature minutely, many questions regarding structure, nature of fundamental forces arose in their minds. They found answers in their meditations that all the wonderful phenomena of nature around us, organic as well as inorganic, are only various products of one and the same original force, various combinations of one and the same primitive matter. We may rightly appreciate that our sages who had unifying conception of nature as a whole were also acquainted well with thorough knowledge of the fundamental scientific and technological principle of energy as well as various forms of energy. We are indebted to Vedic Rishis for their compositions, in which accurate and profound scientific instruction is so often and happily blended with the charms of poetic eloquence. By composing 1028 hymns that describes various properties, functions and interrelationship among the powers of nature, they have enormously contributed towards noble end; that of elevating the aim and enlarging the scope of scientific inquiry regarding true nature of energy and universe.

The monistic philosophy of Vedas, propounded almost five thousands years before our era, had reached speculative heights very remarkable. They found that divinity pervades in all things, a single essence, absolute and infinite binds everything, and nothing is so small that it does not contain a part of the whole, and everything is pervaded by the divine essence whereby it is animated. The knowledge. The knowledge related to pantheism which is predominant in Vedas purports to give information about various forms of energies defied as various kinds of Devas. Hence, their knowledge enable us to understand how the specific characteristics of a particular form of energy lead to individual technologies that can influence their performance considerably when same energy is adopted to perform works for human beings. Thus, to perform domestic works, sages summon Ashvins, which are twin gods associated with solar and other forms of electromagnetic energy. Hymns devoted to Agni, Indra, Ashvins and many other have been interpreted in details for their scientific and their energetic have been described that leads to the formation of Vedic thermodynamics which we find in flagrant contradiction with Classical thermodynamics. Authors strongly believe that the solution of energy crisis and many fundamental questions about the true nature of energy and universe still lies as yet beyond the limits of our scientific knowledge of nature. We need to decipher energy science in Vedas for welfare of human race as only Vedic knowledge can emancipate us from out problems. Easy to read and grasped by layman, the book is research based that the first author has carried over past three decades, finally, the scientific truth revealed in Vedas lead us to arrive at the conclusion that science stands dwarf as compared Vedic science. The main theme of the book is 'Energy Science' in Vedas, and its fundamental principles; we hope knowledge of the will help to end the burning problem of energy crisis.

Among the triumphs of the minds of Vedic sages, the doctrine of perpetual motion, the self-moving principle takes a foremost place. It was propounded by Vedic sage Dirghatamas thousands of years ago, but it appears that knowledge of it remained a secret and eventually, it was lost in mist of time until it was rediscovered again by Indian astronomers in the form of mercury driven self moving wheel. Surya Siddhanta explicitly mentions that secret of self-moving wheel gets lost in every Yuga and again gets recovered by some rare person anointed by god. Thus, in present Kaliyuga, we find that secret of self moving wheel was found by Indian astronomers but was lost. It was again rediscovered by Councilor Orffyreus in 1712 in Germany but was lost again. However, before law of energy was established in mid 19th century, a large number of the attempts to build a perpetual motion machine have resulted into magnificent advances in our knowledge of nature, particularly, in the field of mechanics. As alchemy is considered to be as forerunner of chemistry, different types of perpetual motions can be considered as forerunner of different branches of physics, e.g. science of magnetism developed as a result of many attempts to build a magnetic perpetual motion machine, the laws of mechanics are consequence of large number of attempts to build an over-balancing wheel and thermodynamics arose as a result of studies with ideal steam engine that would work in a close cycle. Unfortunately, scientists have failed to understand perpetual that promises free energy to us. The purpose of our book is to highlight the lost science of perpetual motion, major mathematical contributions of Indian scholars in brief and further to emphasize where neglect has occurred, hence, to elucidate the fact that thermodynamics based on the impossibility of perpetual motion rests on false foundation. Swastika denoting perpetual motion, dynamism, energy and prosperity demonstrates artistic, scientific and philosophical significance of Hinduism. Definitely, the rediscovery of perpetual motion and free energy will open up an immense new territory in the realms of knowledge-a subject in which a series of most crucial problems, previously held to be unsolvable, can be replied in the most astonishing manner.

Some of the highlights of the book are as follows:
1. First time, the book attempts to establish correct principles of energy and work. It directly addresses burning problem of energy crisis which is entirely due to ignorance of man and scientists about true Vedic laws of nature. An attempt has been made to explore the foundations of science and technology of free energy in Vedas with support of hundreds of verses. The book is full of fresh information and new insights that well pave way further for new discoveries and inventions in the field of science and technology.

2. Rigveda is the first book of natural philosophy which describes different powers of nature personified as Devas. The book shows which Deva corresponds to a particular force of nature. In doing so the book attempts to describe in detail the properties of various forces viz. electromagnetic force, nuclear force and force of gravitation etc and reveals new information hitherto unknown to the scientist, exemplifying with support of Vedic verses.

3. First time, the books discloses the mystery of flying aerial vehicles and the self moving chariots and describes principle behind working of them not known to scientists and engineers to date.

4. The books critically examines influence of Vedic knowledge on the scientific and mathematical works of Indian astronomers and show how they discovered zero, infinity, Hindu Arabic numerals, decimal system and mathematics and algebra etc. The book further suggests that perpetual motion machine drive by mercury described by all of them must from the foundation of mechanics and thermodynamics. It is only because of failure of scientists to understand perpetual motion that science has gone into wrong direction to establish laws of thermodynamics that also put restrictions on inventions that can generate free energy. The book explores the origin of various astronomical ideas in Vedas including design wheel and describes diffusion of knowledge from India to Europe.

5. The book provides evidence of Self-moving gravity wheel invented and frequently demonstrated by German inventor Besseler/Councilor Orffyreus (1681-1745) in various tons of Germany, viz. Gera (1712), Draschwitx (1714), Merseberg (1715) and finally, at the Castle of Weissenstein in 1717 before a board of examiners comprised of eminent scientist from all over Europe. The paper raises the most important question: Why hasn't gravity wheel of Bhaskaracharya and Bessler been reinvented to generate unlimited amount of energy? The book shows that nature imposes no limitation on the construction of a Gravity wheel; therefore, the laws of thermodynamics which rest on impossibility of perpetual mostion machine are in error.

6. The book attempts further to examine up to what extent Vedic Monism has influenced the concept of energy and its fundamental laws, how Quantum Mechanics, theory of Relativity, and Unified theory are converging close to Vedic thoughts. At last, book guides to construct a Gravity Wheel to demonstrate truth of free energy with optimism that reinvention of it will clearly demonstrate truth of fundamental concepts of Vedic Monism and other scientific truths contained in Vedas.

7. Energy is everything Energy being the most important subject in Science and Engineering, authors hope that the book on Energy Science in Vedas will benefit students in all departments of science as well as students in arts and humanities. It is hoped it will influence thinking of men in the field of spirituality and religion also.

8. The book discusses about suppression of the Vedic Science, limitations of science and examines the following questions in details:
• Is scientific method adequate to understand the secrets of universe, life and consciousness? • How does Vedas help us to become great inventor and scientists?
• What are the possible forthcoming discoveries and invention from Vedas?
• Is salvation possible making discoveries and inventions?
• How can India retain her status of being Jagat Guru?

9. The Book provides exhaustive bibliography at the end, with notes and more than 575 references gleaned from various sources.

Now is the time to expose blunders of physics and commit to Vedic scientific knowledge once again to guarantee a truly secure and sustainable energy future – future built on foundations of 'Vedic Energy Science' that would certainly ensure a faster economic development and the creation of millions of new jobs for our young generations. First time, the falsity of the laws of thermodynamics which reject free energy and perpetual motion has been exposed with support of hundreds of Vedic verses. Thermodynamics is in fact dagger into the heart of Vedic Science.

Finally, let us apologize in advance for any fallacies and 'non-sequiturs' that may be found by readers, in spite of our true endeavors, simply and impartially, to draw none but legitimate and logical conclusions from the arguments and facts; we have advanced in order to establish Vedic thermodynamics.

Let us carry 'Yajna of Energy' in true of Vedas again. Various types of perpetual motions and their corresponding cyclical patterns founds in nature are well described in Vedas; they must be studied, designed to exacting standards using principles revealed by hymns contained in Vedas. Such research includes: flying aerial vehicles and their engines based on perpetual motion or free energy, transportation by free energy, and use of free energy in home, industry, and agriculture. If you are inquisitive, innovative, entrepreneurial, intellectually resourceful, socially responsible, and if you want to know what is there in Vedas all about energy, its principles, and various forms of energy and get more out of the Vedas that is lost in the transition of times, you are welcome to go through pages of this book. If you are interested to learn to work across disciplinary boundaries to carry out energy research and actively create innovative initiatives that would make the world a significantly better place, then, the present book "The Energy Science in Vedas" would enormously serve your interest and would be of great help. We are you will obliged to our sages for offering us secret knowledge of energy found nowhere else in the world. It is in three highest degree desirable that so true and worthy knowledge of Energy Science contained in Vedas should have more attention, encouragement and research than it has hitherto received, for it is only through a natural union of the Avidya (Material Sciences) and Vidya (Spiritual Science) as taught by Vedas that we can approach a realization of the highest aim – the perfection of life by synthesis of religion and science. Here you invited to enjoy the power of Vedic scientific knowledge!

Contents

Foreword, Preface, Acknowledgements..... I-XVI
1 Energy Science in Rigveda Exploring Foundations of The Lost Sciences And Technology In Vedas, Rigveda: An Overview 1-18
2 Journey of Man From Understandiang of Motion to Perpetual Motion
2.1 Introduction 19
2.2 Concept of Self Motion 20
2.3 Concept of Self Motion in Philosophy 21
2.4 Roots of the Law of Conservation of Energy 23
2.5 Transfer of Concepts from Religion to Science 25
2.6 Inspiration from Solar Sysrem 33
2.7 Vedic Perpetual Motion 35
2.8 The Objectives of Science of Perpetual motion and free Energy 38
2.9 The Importance of Signs and Symbols of Perpetual Motion 42
2.10 The Path of Perpetual Motion and free Energy 44
2.11 Some Applications of Free Energy in Rigveda 45
2.12 Perpetual Motion in Medieval Times 46
2.13 Orffyreus / Besler (1681-1745): The Forgotten Inventor of Self-Moving Gravity Wheel 50
2.14 The Rise of Thermodynamics 55
2.15 Our Return to Vedas 60
3 The Age And Arrangement of Vedas
3.1 The Age of Vedas 69
3.2 The Framework of Vedas 72
3.3 The Number of Vedas and their Meaning 73
3.4 Arrangement of Rigveda 75
3.5 Hymns of Rigveda 75
3.6 Metre 76
3.7 Various Commentaries on Vedas 78
3.8 Pandit Madhu Sudan Ojha: "Human Store House of Vedic Knowledge" 83
3.9 The Scientific Nature of Sanskrit 84
4 Sage Vs Scientist
4.1 Introduction 88
4.2 Osho" Acharya Rajneesh on Science and Aristotelian Logic 92
4.3 Limitations of Scientific Method 94
4.4 What is to be done? Understanding the Vedic Symbolism 96
5 Vedic Natural Philosophy Vedas: The First Book of Natural Philosophy
5.1 Isavasyopanishada: Avidya and Vidya 104
5.2 Dayananda's Emphasis on Scientific Content in Vedas 108
5.3 Synthesis of Material and Spiritual 110
5.4 Different Sciences in Rigveda, "The Book of Nature." 114
6 RTA: Ordering And Controlling Principle of Nature 118-123
7 Personification of Natural Forces
7.1 Beginning of Religion and Rise of Vedic Religion 124
7.2 Peculiarities of Personification 125
7.3 Original Nature of Forces is Supreme 126
7.4 Henotheism 128
8 Vedic Hymns Not Just Shepherd Songs 132-136
9 What is Prakriti (Nature)
Understanding the Mystery of Nature
9.1 Rise of Nature 138
9.2 Understanding the Flux In Nature 140
9.3 Cyclic Creation and Dissolution 140
9.4 Vastness of Invisible Nature 145
10 The Energetics of Vedic Gods: The Powers of Nature
10.1 The Birth of Gods 149
10.2 Classification of Gods 151
10.3 Vedic Gods (Natural forces) are in state of Perpetual Motion 154
10.4 Un-decaying Powers of God 156
10.5 Ever-Increasing Power of Gods 156
10.6 Harmony and Synergy among Gods (Devas) 157
10.7 Principle of Harmony 159
10.8 Harmony of Opposites 160
10.9 Mitravaruna 162
11 The Evolution of Gods (Natural Forces)
11.1 Introduction 165
11.2 The Survival of Fittest 170
11.3 Transformation of Rbhus 171
11.4 Nature and Different forms of Agni 171
11.5 Science of Yoga 172
11.6 Devolution of Gods (Natural Forces) 172
12 Understanding Natural Forces
Gravity: Understanding the Indra - the Mightiest God
12.1 Isn't Vedic God 'Indra' and his Attributes, Personification of Natural Force We Call Gravity? 175
12.2 Basic Nature of Gravity In Rigveda 177
12.3 Explaining Earthquakes 184
12.4 Gravity as a Masterial and Mechanical Force 185
12.5 His Intelligent and Spiritual Nature 185
12.6 Bi-Fold Nature of Gravity 186
12.7 Birth of Gravity (Indra) and Making of World 190
12.8 Relationship between Work and Force 192
12.9 Acceleration due to Gravity 192
12.1 Power of Gravity is Inexhaustible 194
12.10 Gravity Cannot Be Shielded 196
12.12 Bending of Sun Light under the Influence of Indra (Gravity) 197
12.13 Gravity is Both Young and Old 198
12.14 Folding and Unfolding of World by Gravity 201
12.15 Plurality of Worlds: Multiverse 201
12.16 Different Forms of Gravity 202
12.17 Learning the Secrets of Gravity 203
12.18 Indra Jal: Net of Gravity 204
12.19 Medical and Biological Implications of Gravity in Vedas 205
12.20 Controlling Morphological Development of Embryo by Gravity 208
12.21 Gravity and Ageing 209
12.22 Conclusions On Gravity 212
13 Sun In Vedas
13.1 Surya and Indra i.e. (Sun and Gravity) 214
13.2 The Source of Heat in the Sun 215
14 Ashvins As Electromagnetic Force
14.1 Introduction 220
14.2 Ashvins as Personification of Electro-magnetic Force 223
14.3 Ashvins as Twin Particles 224
14.4 Ashvins (Electromagnetic Force) as the Fastest Moving God (Natural Force). 226
14.5 Ashvins and Velocity of Electromagnetic Radiation 227
14.6 Mythology that Indicates Ashvins as Personification of Electromagnetic Energy 229
14.7 Feats of Ashvins in Medical Sciences 230
14.8 Fears of Ashvins in Transportation and War 233
14.9 Science Telegraphy 233
14.10 Feats of Ashvins in Agriculture Engineerin 235
14.11 Ashvins as Remover of Poverty and Harbinger of Prosperity 237
14.12 Savitr in Perpetual Motion 238
14.13 Concusions 239
15 Vedic Thermodynamics
Exploring Physical Principles of Force, Energy And Motion In Vedas & Comparison of Vedic Science of Heat With Classical Thermodynamics with Special Emphasis on Principle of Perpetual Motion
15.1 Introduction 240
15.2 How to Solve the Mystery of Energy? 241
15.3 Foundations of Vedic Energy Science 245
16 Agni And Energy
"Vedic Thermodynamics in Hymns Devoted to Agni"
16.1 Introduction 265
16.2 Nature of Heat (Agni) 265
16.3 Relationship between Heat and Work 276
16.4 The Principle of the Least Action 278
16.5 The Relationship between Heat and Light 279
16.6 Energy and Work 281
16.7 N Nature and Action of Gravity 286
16.8 Gravity as Master Cosmic Force 288
16.9 Energy in One 291
17 Science of Free Energy In The First Verse And The First Hymn of Rigveda
17.1 Introduction 295
17.2 The First Richa of Rigveda: Free Energy 296
17.3 G. Srinivasab's Theorem of Free Energy derived from The First Hymn of Rigveda 299
17.4 The Worldview based on Vedic Energy Science 307
17.5 Conclusion: The Development of Thermodynamics Is Long Stride on Wrong Path 309
18 Cosmology In Vedas
Perpetual Motion in "Hymns of Creation of Rigveda"
18.1 Introduction 314
18.2 Purusa Sukta 316
18.3 Hiranyagarbha (The Golden Embryo) 318
18.4 Nasadiya Sukta 320
18.5 Breathing without Air: A kind of Great Tapah 324
18.6 The Myth of Big Bang 333
18.7 Quotes in Praise of Nasadiya Sukta 339
18.8 Aditi (RV 10-72) 340
18.9 Visvakarman: The Architect of Gods 340
18.10 Conclusion 342
19 The 'Wheel of Time' & Concept of 'Time' In Vedas
19.1 Introduction 344
19.2 AV XIX, 54: Prayer to Kala (Time) 345
19.3 Brahma's Life Cycle 347
19.4 Duration of Brahma's day 348
19.5 Maha Yuga 348
19.6 Present Manvantara 349
19.7 The 'Wheel' of Time' in West 350
19.8 Pythagoras' Wheel 352
19.9 Concept of Infinity 354
20 Astronomy In Vedas
20.1 Original of Astronomy in Veda 356
20.2 The Wheel and Axle Symbolism 357
20.3 Swami Dayananda on Revolution and Rotation of Spheres 359
21 Basic Astronomy Derived From 'Perpetual Motion Celestial Wheels' of Dirghatamas
2.1 Introduction 361
21.2 Understanding the Vedic Hymn 362
21.3 Dirghatmas Celestail Wheels: Texts and Translation of Some of Verses 365
21.4 Trinabhi: (Three Axled World) 367
21.5 The Celestial Bodies as Wheels 373
21.6 The Celestial Spheres Make Full Circles 373
21.7 The Celestial Spheres Lie Behind One Another 373
21.8 The Spherical Shape of the Earth and the End of the World 378
21.9 Why the Earth does not fall? 378
21.10 The Mystery of the Seventh Unborn 380
21.11 Dirghatamas' Celestial Time Wheel 380
21.12 Twelve Zodiacs 380
21.13 Energy of Force is one 381
21.14 Conclusion 382
22 The Life of Dirghatamas
22.1 Introduction 384
22.2 Dirghatamas' Birth 384
22.3 Dirghatamas' Struggle With Perpetual Motion? 386
22.4 Tripartite World and Three-Fold Nature of Energy 387
22.5 The Three Kind of Creation 389
22.6 Ancestry of Dirghatamas 389
23 Further Development of Astronomy In Vedas
23.1 Introduction 390
23.2 Intercalary Month (Adhikmasa) 393
23.3 Twenty-Seven Baharateeya Nakshatra's 396
23.4 Astronomy in Brahmanic Literature 398
23.5 Vedanga Jyotisa 398
23.6 Precession 401
23.7 The Speed of Light 402
24 Katapayadi Sutra
24.1 Introduction 403
24.2 Katapayadi Numbers 404
24.3 The Diameter of the Earth 405
24.4 The Velocity of Earth 405
24.5 Value of Acceleration due to Gravity g 406
24.6 Total Area of the Celestial Sphere 406
24.7 Boher Diameter of the Hydrogen Atom 407
24.8 The Diameter of the Proton 407
24.9 Mass of Proton 407
25 Origins of Mechanical Arts In Vedas
25.1 Vedic Arts 409
25.2 Evolution of Arts in Vedas 411
25.3 Rbhus and Tvasta 412
25.4 Visvakarma 412
25.5 Purusa 413
25.6 The Sixteen Arts of Gods 413
25.7 Three Splendours and Sixteen Arts 415
25.8 Architecture 415
26 Status of Mechanical Arts In Vedic Society
26.1 Introduction 417
26.2 Arts of Agriculture 417
26.3 Military Arts 418
26.4 Arts of Music and Dance 421
26.5 Art of Weaving 422
27 Rbhus - Vedic Inventors And Their Mechanical Feats
27.1 Introduction 425
27.2 Aerial Vehicles in Vedas 429
27.3 Ashvins Flying Chariots 429
27.4 Swami Dayananda on "The Art of Building Ships and Aircraft 430
27.5 Rbhus' Self-Moving Chariots 436
27.6 Airplanes and Conveyances in Yajurveda 438
28 Perpetual Motion As Divine Art
28.1 Introduction 442
28.2 "One Can Get Salvation by Practice of Mechanical Arts"-Says Vedic Rishi 444
28.3 Philosophy of Action, Devotion and Slvation 446
29 World As Yajna
29.1 Introduction 451
29.2 Various meanings of Yajna 453
29.3 Protocols and the Design of Yajna 455
29.4 The Geometry of Altar 459
29.5 Science of Yajna 461
29.6 Science of Yajna and Rain 463
29.7 Science of Sound and Chanting of Sanskrit Mantras 464
29.8 Esults of Some Recent Experiments 465
30 Worship of Nature: Living In Harmony With Nature
30.1 Introduction 467
30.2 Western View of Nature 468
31 Forthcoming Inventions And Discoveries From Vedas
31.1 Introduction 473
31.2 Immortality, Gravity and Ageing 475
31.3 Reconstruction of Orffyreus' Gravity Wheel 477
31.4 Deva Ramananda on Orffyreus 477
31.5 Vital Data Regarding Working Mechanism 480
31.6 How Does Rigveda help us to invent a Gravity Wheel? 482
31.7 Relationship between Structure and Expression 483
31.8 The Structure of Axle 487
31.9 Yoking the Spheres and Structure of Crossbar 487
31.10 Swastika Based Perpetual Motion Machine 488
31.11 Some Important Hymns on the Nature of Gravity 490
31.12 A Hydraulic Perpetual Motion Machine (RV 10-101) 491
31.13 Discovery of the Communication between Natural forces. Quantum Communication and Teleportation 493
13.14 Layers of Skin 494
31.15 States of Mind 494
31.16 UFO and Artificial Sun 495
32 Monotheism And Monism In Vedas
32.1 Introduction 497
32.2 Concept of Monism and its various forms 498
32.3 Some Verse Showing Monotheism 499
32.4 Monism in Vedas 503
32.5 Conclusion 504
33 The Impact of Monistic Doctrines on The Development of Science.
Scientific and Technological Implications of Vedic Monism In A Historical And Futuristic Perspective.
33.1 Introduction 506
33.2 Influence of Vedic Monism on Indian Astronomers and Paradigm of Perpetual motion in Siddhanta School of Astronomy 508
33.3 Diffusion of Vedic Astronomical Ideas in Europe 512
33.4 Western Monism in Science 514
33.5 Laws of thermodynamics 514
33.6 History of Ideas of the 'Unification of Forces' in Physics 516
33.7 Quantum Mechanics 518
33.8 Wave Mechanics 519
33.9 Relativity and Vedanta 520
33.10 Unified Field Theory 522
33.11 Philosophical and Technological Implications of Vedic Monism: Free Energy 522
33.12 Vivekananda, Nicola Tesla and His Dream of Free Energy 524
33.13 Freeing India From Western Shackles of Science: Inspiring Message of Bhagini Vivedita and Dva Ramananda 529
34 Bibliography: References and Notes 535-557

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The purpose of this work is to propagate Vedic energy doctrines and related fundamental concepts that led Indian astronomers to the amazing discoveries of zero, infinity and the self driven mercury wheel. Authors have attempted to show that Vedic hymns devoted to a number of powers of nature provide a good opportunity to investigate fundamental principles of energy and their diverse forms like gravity, heat, light, electromagnetic energy and their various manifestation; this has been achieved by exploring attributes, has been achieved by exploring attributes, properties, activities and functions of Vedic gods viz., Agni, India, Surya, Ashvins etc which are actually personification of natural forces sung by Vedic Rishis. Vedic cosmology, Vedic astronomy and Vedic mechanics are based on the principle of cyclical perpetual motion. Hymns devoted to Agni, Nasadiya Sukta and Asyavamsaya hymns have been interpreted in details to show that Vedic energy science stands in flagrant contradiction to classical thermodynamics. According to authors of this book, a critical survey of Vedic hymns show that Self-moving principle is central to Vedic philosophy, mechanics, astronomy and cosmology, a detailed study of which forms the foundations of "Vedic Energy Science." The investigations into "Vedic Energy Science" lead to a holistic worldview which is in contradiction with fragmentary worldview that emerges from the study if thermodynamics. The exploration of "Vedic Energy Science" constitute a radically new frontier of knowledge in the contemporary world, opening out vistas of what it is possible for mankind to know and to realize, which extend far beyond present scientific conceptions, and which urgently demand a revaluation of current paradigms of energy and a re-evaluation of erroneous conceptions, law and theories of science and over all limits of scientific knowledge. Philosophy of action, devotion and salvation has been explored by exemplifying various amazing inventions of Rbhus with special emphasis on self moving Vehicles. In essence energy is one and parallels between Vedic monistic doctrines and modern theories of physics like quantum mechanics, relativity have been drawn.

Vedic God Indra has been extensively investigated to find out various properties of gravity. The relationship between forms and function, structure and expression as regards to gravity and heat leads to conception of Self moving self regulated and self evolved universe. The same principles have been applied to the construction of a self moving gravity wheel that was actually proposed by Indian astronomers and later invented by councillor Orffyreus (1681-2745) in Germany. The story of Orffyreus has been retold to support Self moving principle in new light.

About the Author

Dr. Ramesh Menaria is currently working as Head, Department of Chemistry, at S.G.G. Government College, Banswara, (Rajasthan). Dr. Ramesh Menarua received his Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry in 1994 from the Sukhadia University, Udaipur. Dr. Menaria has presented many research papers in national and international conferences in Chemistry as well as Vedic science. In the course of his researches in thermodynamics and later in free energy, Dr Menaria got interested in the study of Vedic concepts related to various forms of energy. He also undertook the scientific study of Rigveda under the guidance of Deva Ramananda. Having been scientifically and spiritually trained in Vedantic tradition, Dr Ramesha Menaria has been engaged in advancing dialogue between religion and science by demonstrating truth of Self-Moving principle described in Vedas for more than last ten years. The book explores the philosophical, scientific, cosmological and astronomical foundations of Energy Science in Vedas that lead to a holistic worldview.

As her name itself shows, Veda Priya has loved Vedas for the beauty of spiritual thoughts contained in them as well as for their scientific contents in all branches if sciences. She is currently working in Finance & Accounts Department, University of Hyderabad. She hold a Master's degree in Public Personnel Management conferred by Osmania University. She has several other certificates and diplomas to her credit. Under the holy guidance and the spiritual practice of her Guru, Himalayan Saint, most reverend Paramahamsa ji and Paramapoojya, Shri Swami Vedananda Saraswathi Maharaj (alias-Veda Babaji), she has enjoyed privilege of bring Associate Editor of the Telugu Monthly Spiritual Mahazine "Om Sai Ram" for nearly two decades. She has contributed several hundreds of articles on various subjects of spiritualism and spiritual life, which were published in "Om Sai Ram" spiritual magazine. Besides, she is trained in Reiki and Kriya Yoga. As a yoga teacher, she has conducted several meditation sessions in India and abroad.

She has deep interest in the mystique of the God's 'Creation' and the similarities of exterior cosmic nature and interior nature of the human beings. In finding answers to countless questions related to the principles of working of the Universe, she started digging deep into the script and transcripts of the Vedas and Upanishads to find out the pearls of Vedic Science and Spirituality. She believes Vedic knowledge is paramount for the material and spiritual perfection of man's life, thus, for benefit of mankind as a whole.

Foreword

The scientific and intellectual contents of Vedic literature have attracted the attention of some of the world's finest scientific minds, philosophers, renowned poets and historians, namely Erwin Schodinger, Schopenhauer, Einstein, Heisenberg, Aldous Huxley, Carl Sagan, Henry Daid Thoreau, Waldo Emerson, Will Durant and Romian Rolland. Especially, Vedas have also attracted the attention of some of the free energy scientists like Nicola Tesla, in past, and Shri Paramhansa Tiwari, Shri G. Srinivasan and Dr Ramesh Menaria in present times.

According to authors of this book, a critical survey of Vedic hymns show that Self-moving principle is central to Vedic philosophy, mechanics, astronomy and cosmology, a detailed study of which forms the foundations of "Vedic Energy Science." The investigations into "Vedic Energy Science" lead to a holistic worldview which is in contradiction with fragmentary worldview that emerges from the study of thermodynamics. The exploration of "Vedic Energy Science" constitute a radically new frontier of knowledge in the contemporary world, opening out vistas of what it is possible for mankind to know and to realize, which extend far be beyond present scientific conceptions, and which urgently demand a revaluation of current paradigms of energy and a re-evaluation of erroneous conceptions, laws and theories of science and over all limits of scientific knowledge.

Deva Ramananda realized the need for presenting the "Vedic Energy Science" to people so that they can utilize knowledge of Vedic principles to live perfectly harmony with nature. Besides, they can benefit from Vedic principles of energy to fulfil their demands of energy. He strongly believed that the knowledge of Energy Science contained in Vedas helps us to correct blunders prevalent in the theories, laws, and structure of science, especially, laws of thermodynamics which constitutes the foundations of science.

Dr. Ramesha Menaria is currently working as Head, Department of Chemistry, at S.G.G. Government College, Banswara, (Rajasthan). Dr Ramesh Menaria received his Ph.D. in Inorganic chemistry in 1994 from the Sukhadia University, Udaipur. He also undertook the scientific study of Rigveda under the guidance of Deva Ramananda. Having been scientifically and spiritually trained in Vedantic tradition, Dr Ramesh Menaria has been engaged in advancing dialogue between religion and science by demonstrating truth of Self-Moving principle described in Vedas for more than last ten years. The book explores the philosophical, scientific, cosmological foundations of Energy Science in Vedas that lead to a holistic worldview.

As her name itself shows, Veda Priya has loved Vedas for the beauty if spiritual thought contained in them as well as for their scientific contents in all branches of sciences. She is currently working Finance & Accounts Department, University of Hyderabad. She holds a Master's Degree in Public Personnel Managment conferred by Osmania University. She has several other certificates and diplomas to her credit.

Under the holy guidance and the spiritual practice of her Guru, Himalayan Saint, most reverend Paramahamsa ji and Paramapoojya, Shri Swami Vedananda Saraswathi Maharaj (alias-Veda Babaji), she has enjoyed privilege of being Associate Editor of the Telugu Monthly Spiritual Magazine "Om Sai Ram" for nearly two decades. She has contributed several hundreds of articles on various subjects of spiritualism and spiritual life, which were published in "Om Sai Ra,m" spiritual magazine. Besides, she is trained in Reiki and Kriya Yoga. As a yoga teacher, she has conducted several meditation sessions in India and abroad.

She has deep interest in the mystique of the God's 'Creation' and the similarities of exterior cosmic nature an interior nature of the human beings. In finding answers to countless questions related to the principles of working of the Universe, she started digging deep into the scripts and transcripts of the Vedas and Upanishads to find out the pearls of Vedic Science and Spirituality. She believes Vedic knowledge is paramount for the material and spiritual perfection of man's life, thus for benefit of mankind as a whole.

The 'Vedic Energy Science' contains secrets that can change our world. 'Vedic Energy Science' is a work that comes to light at a time when the world deeply needs to read its words. We believe the revival of 'Vedic Energy Science' and further progress in this field will create a free energy revolution. Besides bringing physical advantages to mankind, it will also prove that Western approach to science represents a very narrow range of perceptions; therefore, it leads to fragmentary worldview and dead end. The present book will be of immense help to modern scholars who are eager to understand both material and spiritual knowledge on a scientific basis. We are hopeful that "Vedic Energy science" penned by Dr Ramesh Menaria and Veda Priya will be a source of immense inspiration to all men; it will guide them to live in harmony with nature and enrich lives, both materially and spiritually. The Vedic Energy Science' has power to direct your steps with a new energy and optimism as you head into tomorrow.

Preface

Energy is subtle essence and substratum of all the things in the Universe. World has beginning and end in it. Various form of energy are manifestation of Single energy. The rising flood of articles and books published on the subject of energy in the past and present demonstrates it well from philosophical, scientific, technological and an economic standpoints, energy is a central and hot topic! Energy is regarded as life blood of society as it has been our experience that with limited access to energy resources; any society is considerably hindered from industrialization and economic growth. All over the world, energy experts debate about which is the 'best' energy source while taking considerations a large number of factors such as availability and cost of the resource, efficiency of production, public safety, health, and marketing. Policy makers have to tackle with caution these decisions as well as the consequences of the energy source they choose. Besides economic issues, scientists are grappling with environmental concerns about global warming, acid rain, and radioactive waste that influence the energy policies around the world. Never before has mankind been forced to grapple with such an enormous energy and environmental crisis. We have to fully acknowledge the significance and urgency of climate change.

Understanding energy means gaining knowledge about its nature, understanding original resources, their limitations, and the environment consequences of their use. Energy science provides a knowledge base to help understand, predict, and eventually control the natural world and serve as an agent of change in obtaining the vision of a secure and sustainable energy future. The Energy science deals with a variety of forms of energy, corresponding principles and technologies for efficient and clean energy. It also deals with their conversion and utilization, aiming to meet the challenge of rising energy demands and prices, while simultaneously addressing the concomitant environment impact.

The supreme in its importance, the subject of energy is rapidly evolving, however, there are big challenges ahead us, With available scientific knowledge, scientist are working hard to mitigate climate change, secure our long-term energy supply, and provide access to sustainable energy for everyone. They are suggesting us "conservation of energy" by using energy efficient devices, thus, making best use of energy. Due to ignorance of true laws of energy and work, they are not in a position to promise an abundant supply of energy to us and often keep us warning about the looming energy crisis. On the other hand, the main aim of the book is to elucidate the Energy Science contained in Vedas which ensures free production of energy by application of amazing Vedic principles, which in turn prepares us to tackle these challenges easily.

Many reverend scholars in the past have commented on the hymns of Rigveda for the benefit of the mankind. Sublime hymns of Rigveda, revealed to sages thousands years ago, cover a wide field of knowledge, such as cosmology, astronomy physical sciences, biological sciences, social sciences, political science, art and culture, ethics and above all complete Energy Science. The laws of thermodynamics were established in 19th century; therefore, as compared to old ages Vedic thoughts, it is only recently that scientists have come to realize essential unity between various forms of energy and their inter-conversion using various technologies. On the other hand, Sanges who composed a large number of hymns on Agni, Indra Aditi, Ashvins. Marut etc unambiguously expressed their conviction that all the natural forces are in essence one, they believed that there lives 'one spiritual in all things,' and that the whole cognizable world is constituted, and has been developed, in accordance with one common fundamental law. Energy is one in essence. They emphasized by it, in particular, the essential unity of inorganic and organic Various sages observed nature minutely, many questions regarding structure, nature of fundamental forces arose in their minds. They found answers in their meditations that all the wonderful phenomena of nature around us, organic as well as inorganic, are only various products of one and the same original force, various combinations of one and the same primitive matter. We may rightly appreciate that our sages who had unifying conception of nature as a whole were also acquainted well with thorough knowledge of the fundamental scientific and technological principle of energy as well as various forms of energy. We are indebted to Vedic Rishis for their compositions, in which accurate and profound scientific instruction is so often and happily blended with the charms of poetic eloquence. By composing 1028 hymns that describes various properties, functions and interrelationship among the powers of nature, they have enormously contributed towards noble end; that of elevating the aim and enlarging the scope of scientific inquiry regarding true nature of energy and universe.

The monistic philosophy of Vedas, propounded almost five thousands years before our era, had reached speculative heights very remarkable. They found that divinity pervades in all things, a single essence, absolute and infinite binds everything, and nothing is so small that it does not contain a part of the whole, and everything is pervaded by the divine essence whereby it is animated. The knowledge. The knowledge related to pantheism which is predominant in Vedas purports to give information about various forms of energies defied as various kinds of Devas. Hence, their knowledge enable us to understand how the specific characteristics of a particular form of energy lead to individual technologies that can influence their performance considerably when same energy is adopted to perform works for human beings. Thus, to perform domestic works, sages summon Ashvins, which are twin gods associated with solar and other forms of electromagnetic energy. Hymns devoted to Agni, Indra, Ashvins and many other have been interpreted in details for their scientific and their energetic have been described that leads to the formation of Vedic thermodynamics which we find in flagrant contradiction with Classical thermodynamics. Authors strongly believe that the solution of energy crisis and many fundamental questions about the true nature of energy and universe still lies as yet beyond the limits of our scientific knowledge of nature. We need to decipher energy science in Vedas for welfare of human race as only Vedic knowledge can emancipate us from out problems. Easy to read and grasped by layman, the book is research based that the first author has carried over past three decades, finally, the scientific truth revealed in Vedas lead us to arrive at the conclusion that science stands dwarf as compared Vedic science. The main theme of the book is 'Energy Science' in Vedas, and its fundamental principles; we hope knowledge of the will help to end the burning problem of energy crisis.

Among the triumphs of the minds of Vedic sages, the doctrine of perpetual motion, the self-moving principle takes a foremost place. It was propounded by Vedic sage Dirghatamas thousands of years ago, but it appears that knowledge of it remained a secret and eventually, it was lost in mist of time until it was rediscovered again by Indian astronomers in the form of mercury driven self moving wheel. Surya Siddhanta explicitly mentions that secret of self-moving wheel gets lost in every Yuga and again gets recovered by some rare person anointed by god. Thus, in present Kaliyuga, we find that secret of self moving wheel was found by Indian astronomers but was lost. It was again rediscovered by Councilor Orffyreus in 1712 in Germany but was lost again. However, before law of energy was established in mid 19th century, a large number of the attempts to build a perpetual motion machine have resulted into magnificent advances in our knowledge of nature, particularly, in the field of mechanics. As alchemy is considered to be as forerunner of chemistry, different types of perpetual motions can be considered as forerunner of different branches of physics, e.g. science of magnetism developed as a result of many attempts to build a magnetic perpetual motion machine, the laws of mechanics are consequence of large number of attempts to build an over-balancing wheel and thermodynamics arose as a result of studies with ideal steam engine that would work in a close cycle. Unfortunately, scientists have failed to understand perpetual that promises free energy to us. The purpose of our book is to highlight the lost science of perpetual motion, major mathematical contributions of Indian scholars in brief and further to emphasize where neglect has occurred, hence, to elucidate the fact that thermodynamics based on the impossibility of perpetual motion rests on false foundation. Swastika denoting perpetual motion, dynamism, energy and prosperity demonstrates artistic, scientific and philosophical significance of Hinduism. Definitely, the rediscovery of perpetual motion and free energy will open up an immense new territory in the realms of knowledge-a subject in which a series of most crucial problems, previously held to be unsolvable, can be replied in the most astonishing manner.

Some of the highlights of the book are as follows:
1. First time, the book attempts to establish correct principles of energy and work. It directly addresses burning problem of energy crisis which is entirely due to ignorance of man and scientists about true Vedic laws of nature. An attempt has been made to explore the foundations of science and technology of free energy in Vedas with support of hundreds of verses. The book is full of fresh information and new insights that well pave way further for new discoveries and inventions in the field of science and technology.

2. Rigveda is the first book of natural philosophy which describes different powers of nature personified as Devas. The book shows which Deva corresponds to a particular force of nature. In doing so the book attempts to describe in detail the properties of various forces viz. electromagnetic force, nuclear force and force of gravitation etc and reveals new information hitherto unknown to the scientist, exemplifying with support of Vedic verses.

3. First time, the books discloses the mystery of flying aerial vehicles and the self moving chariots and describes principle behind working of them not known to scientists and engineers to date.

4. The books critically examines influence of Vedic knowledge on the scientific and mathematical works of Indian astronomers and show how they discovered zero, infinity, Hindu Arabic numerals, decimal system and mathematics and algebra etc. The book further suggests that perpetual motion machine drive by mercury described by all of them must from the foundation of mechanics and thermodynamics. It is only because of failure of scientists to understand perpetual motion that science has gone into wrong direction to establish laws of thermodynamics that also put restrictions on inventions that can generate free energy. The book explores the origin of various astronomical ideas in Vedas including design wheel and describes diffusion of knowledge from India to Europe.

5. The book provides evidence of Self-moving gravity wheel invented and frequently demonstrated by German inventor Besseler/Councilor Orffyreus (1681-1745) in various tons of Germany, viz. Gera (1712), Draschwitx (1714), Merseberg (1715) and finally, at the Castle of Weissenstein in 1717 before a board of examiners comprised of eminent scientist from all over Europe. The paper raises the most important question: Why hasn't gravity wheel of Bhaskaracharya and Bessler been reinvented to generate unlimited amount of energy? The book shows that nature imposes no limitation on the construction of a Gravity wheel; therefore, the laws of thermodynamics which rest on impossibility of perpetual mostion machine are in error.

6. The book attempts further to examine up to what extent Vedic Monism has influenced the concept of energy and its fundamental laws, how Quantum Mechanics, theory of Relativity, and Unified theory are converging close to Vedic thoughts. At last, book guides to construct a Gravity Wheel to demonstrate truth of free energy with optimism that reinvention of it will clearly demonstrate truth of fundamental concepts of Vedic Monism and other scientific truths contained in Vedas.

7. Energy is everything Energy being the most important subject in Science and Engineering, authors hope that the book on Energy Science in Vedas will benefit students in all departments of science as well as students in arts and humanities. It is hoped it will influence thinking of men in the field of spirituality and religion also.

8. The book discusses about suppression of the Vedic Science, limitations of science and examines the following questions in details:
• Is scientific method adequate to understand the secrets of universe, life and consciousness? • How does Vedas help us to become great inventor and scientists?
• What are the possible forthcoming discoveries and invention from Vedas?
• Is salvation possible making discoveries and inventions?
• How can India retain her status of being Jagat Guru?

9. The Book provides exhaustive bibliography at the end, with notes and more than 575 references gleaned from various sources.

Now is the time to expose blunders of physics and commit to Vedic scientific knowledge once again to guarantee a truly secure and sustainable energy future – future built on foundations of 'Vedic Energy Science' that would certainly ensure a faster economic development and the creation of millions of new jobs for our young generations. First time, the falsity of the laws of thermodynamics which reject free energy and perpetual motion has been exposed with support of hundreds of Vedic verses. Thermodynamics is in fact dagger into the heart of Vedic Science.

Finally, let us apologize in advance for any fallacies and 'non-sequiturs' that may be found by readers, in spite of our true endeavors, simply and impartially, to draw none but legitimate and logical conclusions from the arguments and facts; we have advanced in order to establish Vedic thermodynamics.

Let us carry 'Yajna of Energy' in true of Vedas again. Various types of perpetual motions and their corresponding cyclical patterns founds in nature are well described in Vedas; they must be studied, designed to exacting standards using principles revealed by hymns contained in Vedas. Such research includes: flying aerial vehicles and their engines based on perpetual motion or free energy, transportation by free energy, and use of free energy in home, industry, and agriculture. If you are inquisitive, innovative, entrepreneurial, intellectually resourceful, socially responsible, and if you want to know what is there in Vedas all about energy, its principles, and various forms of energy and get more out of the Vedas that is lost in the transition of times, you are welcome to go through pages of this book. If you are interested to learn to work across disciplinary boundaries to carry out energy research and actively create innovative initiatives that would make the world a significantly better place, then, the present book "The Energy Science in Vedas" would enormously serve your interest and would be of great help. We are you will obliged to our sages for offering us secret knowledge of energy found nowhere else in the world. It is in three highest degree desirable that so true and worthy knowledge of Energy Science contained in Vedas should have more attention, encouragement and research than it has hitherto received, for it is only through a natural union of the Avidya (Material Sciences) and Vidya (Spiritual Science) as taught by Vedas that we can approach a realization of the highest aim – the perfection of life by synthesis of religion and science. Here you invited to enjoy the power of Vedic scientific knowledge!

Contents

Foreword, Preface, Acknowledgements..... I-XVI
1 Energy Science in Rigveda Exploring Foundations of The Lost Sciences And Technology In Vedas, Rigveda: An Overview 1-18
2 Journey of Man From Understandiang of Motion to Perpetual Motion
2.1 Introduction 19
2.2 Concept of Self Motion 20
2.3 Concept of Self Motion in Philosophy 21
2.4 Roots of the Law of Conservation of Energy 23
2.5 Transfer of Concepts from Religion to Science 25
2.6 Inspiration from Solar Sysrem 33
2.7 Vedic Perpetual Motion 35
2.8 The Objectives of Science of Perpetual motion and free Energy 38
2.9 The Importance of Signs and Symbols of Perpetual Motion 42
2.10 The Path of Perpetual Motion and free Energy 44
2.11 Some Applications of Free Energy in Rigveda 45
2.12 Perpetual Motion in Medieval Times 46
2.13 Orffyreus / Besler (1681-1745): The Forgotten Inventor of Self-Moving Gravity Wheel 50
2.14 The Rise of Thermodynamics 55
2.15 Our Return to Vedas 60
3 The Age And Arrangement of Vedas
3.1 The Age of Vedas 69
3.2 The Framework of Vedas 72
3.3 The Number of Vedas and their Meaning 73
3.4 Arrangement of Rigveda 75
3.5 Hymns of Rigveda 75
3.6 Metre 76
3.7 Various Commentaries on Vedas 78
3.8 Pandit Madhu Sudan Ojha: "Human Store House of Vedic Knowledge" 83
3.9 The Scientific Nature of Sanskrit 84
4 Sage Vs Scientist
4.1 Introduction 88
4.2 Osho" Acharya Rajneesh on Science and Aristotelian Logic 92
4.3 Limitations of Scientific Method 94
4.4 What is to be done? Understanding the Vedic Symbolism 96
5 Vedic Natural Philosophy Vedas: The First Book of Natural Philosophy
5.1 Isavasyopanishada: Avidya and Vidya 104
5.2 Dayananda's Emphasis on Scientific Content in Vedas 108
5.3 Synthesis of Material and Spiritual 110
5.4 Different Sciences in Rigveda, "The Book of Nature." 114
6 RTA: Ordering And Controlling Principle of Nature 118-123
7 Personification of Natural Forces
7.1 Beginning of Religion and Rise of Vedic Religion 124
7.2 Peculiarities of Personification 125
7.3 Original Nature of Forces is Supreme 126
7.4 Henotheism 128
8 Vedic Hymns Not Just Shepherd Songs 132-136
9 What is Prakriti (Nature)
Understanding the Mystery of Nature
9.1 Rise of Nature 138
9.2 Understanding the Flux In Nature 140
9.3 Cyclic Creation and Dissolution 140
9.4 Vastness of Invisible Nature 145
10 The Energetics of Vedic Gods: The Powers of Nature
10.1 The Birth of Gods 149
10.2 Classification of Gods 151
10.3 Vedic Gods (Natural forces) are in state of Perpetual Motion 154
10.4 Un-decaying Powers of God 156
10.5 Ever-Increasing Power of Gods 156
10.6 Harmony and Synergy among Gods (Devas) 157
10.7 Principle of Harmony 159
10.8 Harmony of Opposites 160
10.9 Mitravaruna 162
11 The Evolution of Gods (Natural Forces)
11.1 Introduction 165
11.2 The Survival of Fittest 170
11.3 Transformation of Rbhus 171
11.4 Nature and Different forms of Agni 171
11.5 Science of Yoga 172
11.6 Devolution of Gods (Natural Forces) 172
12 Understanding Natural Forces
Gravity: Understanding the Indra - the Mightiest God
12.1 Isn't Vedic God 'Indra' and his Attributes, Personification of Natural Force We Call Gravity? 175
12.2 Basic Nature of Gravity In Rigveda 177
12.3 Explaining Earthquakes 184
12.4 Gravity as a Masterial and Mechanical Force 185
12.5 His Intelligent and Spiritual Nature 185
12.6 Bi-Fold Nature of Gravity 186
12.7 Birth of Gravity (Indra) and Making of World 190
12.8 Relationship between Work and Force 192
12.9 Acceleration due to Gravity 192
12.1 Power of Gravity is Inexhaustible 194
12.10 Gravity Cannot Be Shielded 196
12.12 Bending of Sun Light under the Influence of Indra (Gravity) 197
12.13 Gravity is Both Young and Old 198
12.14 Folding and Unfolding of World by Gravity 201
12.15 Plurality of Worlds: Multiverse 201
12.16 Different Forms of Gravity 202
12.17 Learning the Secrets of Gravity 203
12.18 Indra Jal: Net of Gravity 204
12.19 Medical and Biological Implications of Gravity in Vedas 205
12.20 Controlling Morphological Development of Embryo by Gravity 208
12.21 Gravity and Ageing 209
12.22 Conclusions On Gravity 212
13 Sun In Vedas
13.1 Surya and Indra i.e. (Sun and Gravity) 214
13.2 The Source of Heat in the Sun 215
14 Ashvins As Electromagnetic Force
14.1 Introduction 220
14.2 Ashvins as Personification of Electro-magnetic Force 223
14.3 Ashvins as Twin Particles 224
14.4 Ashvins (Electromagnetic Force) as the Fastest Moving God (Natural Force). 226
14.5 Ashvins and Velocity of Electromagnetic Radiation 227
14.6 Mythology that Indicates Ashvins as Personification of Electromagnetic Energy 229
14.7 Feats of Ashvins in Medical Sciences 230
14.8 Fears of Ashvins in Transportation and War 233
14.9 Science Telegraphy 233
14.10 Feats of Ashvins in Agriculture Engineerin 235
14.11 Ashvins as Remover of Poverty and Harbinger of Prosperity 237
14.12 Savitr in Perpetual Motion 238
14.13 Concusions 239
15 Vedic Thermodynamics
Exploring Physical Principles of Force, Energy And Motion In Vedas & Comparison of Vedic Science of Heat With Classical Thermodynamics with Special Emphasis on Principle of Perpetual Motion
15.1 Introduction 240
15.2 How to Solve the Mystery of Energy? 241
15.3 Foundations of Vedic Energy Science 245
16 Agni And Energy
"Vedic Thermodynamics in Hymns Devoted to Agni"
16.1 Introduction 265
16.2 Nature of Heat (Agni) 265
16.3 Relationship between Heat and Work 276
16.4 The Principle of the Least Action 278
16.5 The Relationship between Heat and Light 279
16.6 Energy and Work 281
16.7 N Nature and Action of Gravity 286
16.8 Gravity as Master Cosmic Force 288
16.9 Energy in One 291
17 Science of Free Energy In The First Verse And The First Hymn of Rigveda
17.1 Introduction 295
17.2 The First Richa of Rigveda: Free Energy 296
17.3 G. Srinivasab's Theorem of Free Energy derived from The First Hymn of Rigveda 299
17.4 The Worldview based on Vedic Energy Science 307
17.5 Conclusion: The Development of Thermodynamics Is Long Stride on Wrong Path 309
18 Cosmology In Vedas
Perpetual Motion in "Hymns of Creation of Rigveda"
18.1 Introduction 314
18.2 Purusa Sukta 316
18.3 Hiranyagarbha (The Golden Embryo) 318
18.4 Nasadiya Sukta 320
18.5 Breathing without Air: A kind of Great Tapah 324
18.6 The Myth of Big Bang 333
18.7 Quotes in Praise of Nasadiya Sukta 339
18.8 Aditi (RV 10-72) 340
18.9 Visvakarman: The Architect of Gods 340
18.10 Conclusion 342
19 The 'Wheel of Time' & Concept of 'Time' In Vedas
19.1 Introduction 344
19.2 AV XIX, 54: Prayer to Kala (Time) 345
19.3 Brahma's Life Cycle 347
19.4 Duration of Brahma's day 348
19.5 Maha Yuga 348
19.6 Present Manvantara 349
19.7 The 'Wheel' of Time' in West 350
19.8 Pythagoras' Wheel 352
19.9 Concept of Infinity 354
20 Astronomy In Vedas
20.1 Original of Astronomy in Veda 356
20.2 The Wheel and Axle Symbolism 357
20.3 Swami Dayananda on Revolution and Rotation of Spheres 359
21 Basic Astronomy Derived From 'Perpetual Motion Celestial Wheels' of Dirghatamas
2.1 Introduction 361
21.2 Understanding the Vedic Hymn 362
21.3 Dirghatmas Celestail Wheels: Texts and Translation of Some of Verses 365
21.4 Trinabhi: (Three Axled World) 367
21.5 The Celestial Bodies as Wheels 373
21.6 The Celestial Spheres Make Full Circles 373
21.7 The Celestial Spheres Lie Behind One Another 373
21.8 The Spherical Shape of the Earth and the End of the World 378
21.9 Why the Earth does not fall? 378
21.10 The Mystery of the Seventh Unborn 380
21.11 Dirghatamas' Celestial Time Wheel 380
21.12 Twelve Zodiacs 380
21.13 Energy of Force is one 381
21.14 Conclusion 382
22 The Life of Dirghatamas
22.1 Introduction 384
22.2 Dirghatamas' Birth 384
22.3 Dirghatamas' Struggle With Perpetual Motion? 386
22.4 Tripartite World and Three-Fold Nature of Energy 387
22.5 The Three Kind of Creation 389
22.6 Ancestry of Dirghatamas 389
23 Further Development of Astronomy In Vedas
23.1 Introduction 390
23.2 Intercalary Month (Adhikmasa) 393
23.3 Twenty-Seven Baharateeya Nakshatra's 396
23.4 Astronomy in Brahmanic Literature 398
23.5 Vedanga Jyotisa 398
23.6 Precession 401
23.7 The Speed of Light 402
24 Katapayadi Sutra
24.1 Introduction 403
24.2 Katapayadi Numbers 404
24.3 The Diameter of the Earth 405
24.4 The Velocity of Earth 405
24.5 Value of Acceleration due to Gravity g 406
24.6 Total Area of the Celestial Sphere 406
24.7 Boher Diameter of the Hydrogen Atom 407
24.8 The Diameter of the Proton 407
24.9 Mass of Proton 407
25 Origins of Mechanical Arts In Vedas
25.1 Vedic Arts 409
25.2 Evolution of Arts in Vedas 411
25.3 Rbhus and Tvasta 412
25.4 Visvakarma 412
25.5 Purusa 413
25.6 The Sixteen Arts of Gods 413
25.7 Three Splendours and Sixteen Arts 415
25.8 Architecture 415
26 Status of Mechanical Arts In Vedic Society
26.1 Introduction 417
26.2 Arts of Agriculture 417
26.3 Military Arts 418
26.4 Arts of Music and Dance 421
26.5 Art of Weaving 422
27 Rbhus - Vedic Inventors And Their Mechanical Feats
27.1 Introduction 425
27.2 Aerial Vehicles in Vedas 429
27.3 Ashvins Flying Chariots 429
27.4 Swami Dayananda on "The Art of Building Ships and Aircraft 430
27.5 Rbhus' Self-Moving Chariots 436
27.6 Airplanes and Conveyances in Yajurveda 438
28 Perpetual Motion As Divine Art
28.1 Introduction 442
28.2 "One Can Get Salvation by Practice of Mechanical Arts"-Says Vedic Rishi 444
28.3 Philosophy of Action, Devotion and Slvation 446
29 World As Yajna
29.1 Introduction 451
29.2 Various meanings of Yajna 453
29.3 Protocols and the Design of Yajna 455
29.4 The Geometry of Altar 459
29.5 Science of Yajna 461
29.6 Science of Yajna and Rain 463
29.7 Science of Sound and Chanting of Sanskrit Mantras 464
29.8 Esults of Some Recent Experiments 465
30 Worship of Nature: Living In Harmony With Nature
30.1 Introduction 467
30.2 Western View of Nature 468
31 Forthcoming Inventions And Discoveries From Vedas
31.1 Introduction 473
31.2 Immortality, Gravity and Ageing 475
31.3 Reconstruction of Orffyreus' Gravity Wheel 477
31.4 Deva Ramananda on Orffyreus 477
31.5 Vital Data Regarding Working Mechanism 480
31.6 How Does Rigveda help us to invent a Gravity Wheel? 482
31.7 Relationship between Structure and Expression 483
31.8 The Structure of Axle 487
31.9 Yoking the Spheres and Structure of Crossbar 487
31.10 Swastika Based Perpetual Motion Machine 488
31.11 Some Important Hymns on the Nature of Gravity 490
31.12 A Hydraulic Perpetual Motion Machine (RV 10-101) 491
31.13 Discovery of the Communication between Natural forces. Quantum Communication and Teleportation 493
13.14 Layers of Skin 494
31.15 States of Mind 494
31.16 UFO and Artificial Sun 495
32 Monotheism And Monism In Vedas
32.1 Introduction 497
32.2 Concept of Monism and its various forms 498
32.3 Some Verse Showing Monotheism 499
32.4 Monism in Vedas 503
32.5 Conclusion 504
33 The Impact of Monistic Doctrines on The Development of Science.
Scientific and Technological Implications of Vedic Monism In A Historical And Futuristic Perspective.
33.1 Introduction 506
33.2 Influence of Vedic Monism on Indian Astronomers and Paradigm of Perpetual motion in Siddhanta School of Astronomy 508
33.3 Diffusion of Vedic Astronomical Ideas in Europe 512
33.4 Western Monism in Science 514
33.5 Laws of thermodynamics 514
33.6 History of Ideas of the 'Unification of Forces' in Physics 516
33.7 Quantum Mechanics 518
33.8 Wave Mechanics 519
33.9 Relativity and Vedanta 520
33.10 Unified Field Theory 522
33.11 Philosophical and Technological Implications of Vedic Monism: Free Energy 522
33.12 Vivekananda, Nicola Tesla and His Dream of Free Energy 524
33.13 Freeing India From Western Shackles of Science: Inspiring Message of Bhagini Vivedita and Dva Ramananda 529
34 Bibliography: References and Notes 535-557

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