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Time to unite Islam and Hinduism and stop the killings

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It is a daily news item nowadays and for centuries of riots, killings, and attacks between the 2 major religions in India, namely Hinduism and Islam.

We all know from our History books, that the Egyptians and Hindus are ancient people from over 5000 years of culture, religion, language, engineering, science, mathematics and much more! What if we are all the same? To an alien visiting, we look alike, eat similar food, speak in similar languages and live in similar environments. The only difference is religion from what’s worshipped. What if that is the similar at it’s root? Would this not make all Hindu and Islamic conflicts end? Shouldn’t this unite us all?

What if Ram in the Ramayan is actually Ramses, the Egyptian Pharaoh. What if the name of ‘Egypt’ was derived from the Sanskrit word ‘Ajap’? Could Laviya from Sanskrit, be now called Libya?

What got me so excited is when I was looking at the following picture of King Seti I’s tomb from over 3000BC, with a helicopter, submarine, and more! Check the spaceship, the only thing missing is the Flying Vimana temples from India, which were designed by my forefather: Maharishi Bharadwaj.

Picture of King Seti I’s tomb – Abydos Egypt, with a submarine and helicopter

Source: Daily Express: https://www.express.co.uk/news/weird/641465/Proof-of-time-travel-Riddle-of-planes-and-helicopter-found-in-Egyptian-hieroglyphs

Why no flying Vimana, and then I realized what if this tomb was housed within a Flying Temple, the Pyramids!

This got me curious to dig deeper. We all read Ozymandias, from Shelley in school, about Ramses II. But what about Ramses, the Pharaoh, his forefather. What if he was from a military family and Ram in Ramayan being from the Kshatriya (Warriors) family, could they not be the same?

Ramses’ regime was brief and it is reflected in the Ramayan too. Sitre was Rasmes’ wife. Sitre became Sita in Ramayan.

Both the ancient Egyptian religion and modern Hinduism have a polytheistic aspect to Gods. Both religions have one Supreme God, who is seen as the creator of all life. However both religions have a choice as to which God or Demi-God they chose to worship in this role. Both religions believed in the pre-existence of the soul, the transmigration, the division of caste or societal roles into the priests, warriors, traders, and farmers. Both have temples with similar images whether it’s the lotus or the symbol of the sun as the symbol of the immortality of the soul, to the worship of the cow, sun, snake, and river in both the cultures. And speaking of rivers, the famous Blue Nile, is named blue from the Sanskrit: nīlaḥ.

Comparing the chronology there is a lot of similarities. Pharaoh Khufu who first started building the Pyramids, and his equivalent in the Ramayan is Prithu of Ikshvaku. Khufu was named after Egyptian Goddess Khnum, while Prithu is after the earth goddess known as Prithvi. Also, Ram’s mother was Kausalaya is similar to Rameses’ mother Gassulawiya. Ravana is similar to the name of Labarna, the Hititite king, who fought against the Pharaohs.

Which is the original? Is the Ramayan epic or the Egyptian stories? What if they are the same?

But what about Islam?

In Mohammed’s time, it is found that Hindus of the Arab peoples were called Tsaba. Tsaba or Saba – a Sanskrit word, meaning “Assembly of the Gods”.  Tsaba was also called Isha-ayalam (Shiva’s Temple). The term Moslem or Moshe-ayalam (Shiva’s Temple) is just another name of Sabaism. The word has now shrunk to Islam. 

What about the Allah and Om?

What if we look at Om and turn it sideways?

Om and Allah: Identical!

What if the Egyptians are Hindus and vice versa! Would this not change the world order?

Bio: Akshay Sharma is a Computer Engineer, tech analyst, ex-Gartner, having authored 280+ research notes, on emerging technologies like Cybersecurity, 5G, and IoT. He has worked for Canada’s Dept of Defense, advised and deployed solutions with DISA: Defense Information Security Agency, at Nortel and Siemens, and advised various 3-letter agencies in the US. A frequent speaker at tech events, he is often quoted in leading institutions like CNN, Wall St. Journal, and CIO.com. He is a former CTO of one of the first video/WiFi smartphone firms and an entrepreneur in the tech sector, having worked for firms that are now part of leading firms like Intel, IBM, Nokia, and Ericsson.  He advised the UK’s Ofcom, the US’s Dept. of Homeland Security, and was quoted in the Wall Street Journal banning Huawei in 2012, and stated in the Huffington Post, the Chinese hacking of Nortel is a “wakeup call”. Sharma contributed to the Flight Control protocol ARINC 629 Databus used in commercial avionics and military fighter jets for “fly-by-wire” systems, including the newer Boeing 777X. Additionally he is a Cybersecurity analyst, and CTO for Kovair.com with clients like the World Bank, India’s DRDO and US Defense sector clients.

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