Genetics as the myth buster: Indian edition

 

Here is a Special comment to this post  "GENE EXPRESSION OF VISWAKARMAS"

by  K. NAVAPAT ACHARY

 

Hi viswakarmasuvarnakar,

 

I am writing this with reference to the 'attached' write-up on Gene Expression of Viswakarmas'.
To my assessment of evolution of races, from the palaeolithic age to the pre-vedic ages, the five Viswakarman sects are a natural formation. It is sad that every caste in India is trying to find a
link to the Brahminic sect. Brahminism is only a off shoot fo the Viswakarma lineage, that is sinking into the history. It is synonymous with the degradation of Arsha Bharatha Samskaram. The glitter
and glamour is now being nourished by the Brahminic sect and hence there will be an inclination to link with that.
It could be noticed from the DNA evaluation of the sect 'Keralite Muslim Rawther' - there is a swing of the K factor towards the Tamil Viswakarmans. The Christians and Muslims of the olden days of
Kerala (about 800 years) are none other than Viswakarmanns who were attracted to the new religions because of the religious rigidity in the Viswakarman sect and the permissiveness on the other side.
Further DNA analysis will substantiate this. The conversion is still happening outside Kerala and it seems our community is on the verge of extinction.
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Dr. jessie Mercay . Phd.  Phdmst

(Westerner. ... Desciple of Ganapathy sthapathy)

 

(Monday, 03 December 2012 08:24)

I read the DNA report you posted and the comment attached. I have seen this DNA research elsewhere and wrote to the author but got no response. I read the comment by K. Navapat Achary. "To my assessment of evolution of races, from the palaeolithic age to the pre-vedic ages, the five Viswakarman sects are a natural formation. It is sad that every caste in India is trying to find a link to the Brahminic sect. Brahminism is only a off shoot fo the Viswakarma lineage, that is sinking into the history. "

In my research on origins of Brahmin caste it is generally agreed by scholars that they were originally fire tenders in ancient communities. They gathered wood etc. One day I asked my teacher, the late great Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati what he knew about the origins of the Brahmins. He said that when he was a child sitting around the fire in the evening , the Sthaptis would tell stories. One story had to do with Architect Mayan. Mayan traveled to northern Indian with his students and followers. he formed a village and performed yagyas. He was called Vishwakarma Brahmin because he had the ability - through Ayadi to create energized forms of Brahmam. he needed some people to gather wood and feed the yagya fire and to keep the village clean so he hired some folks from another village who were from afganisthan and Iran. These people memorized mayan's chants and knowledge. The knowledge was that of his text the Pranava Veda and Aintiram. They did not fully understand the knowledge and they also reinacted the yajna. Sthapati went on to say that these people who were basically janitors took the knowledge and his chants back to their community. They also took the name vishwakarma brahmin but dropped the vishwakarma part and called their selves brahmins. Veda Vyasa then took their memorized chants and compiled them into what we know as the Veda. Vyasa gave credit to the Pranava Veda in his Bhagavadtam. I have done a great deal of research on Mayan the architect and all roads lead back to this story my guru Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati told me. So I am in full agreement with Mr. K. Navapat Acharya. It is not the vishwakarma brahmins who are trying to be something they are not - it is the brahmins who are trying to be something they are not.

Sthapati holds that mayan the Architect is the same personage referred to as Vishwakarma.

Incidently, I find that the Veda are filled with teachings of architect Mayan. Once one understands what might be called Mayonic Science, one then can truly understand the Veda.

 

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विश्वकर्म्म कुले जात गर्भ ब्राह्मण निश्चयम्
शुद्रत्वम् नास्ति तत् बीजम् प्रार्थनम् विश्वकर्म्मणः॥

                                Viswakarmas are born brahmins and "Shudrathvam" never affect them 

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