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Mutable, Moveable, Fixed Signs

Mutable, Moveable, Fixed Signs


If we take the lineage or birth then this can easily fall in place – (1) Narada was the son of Brahma and hence movable signs are given to his care as Brahma indicates creation for which the movable signs have the energy or guna (2) Agastya, the ardent worshipper of Rudra/Shiva was the son of Rishi Pulastya and the fixed signs with low energy attributed to their fixity represents thes guna while (3) Durvasa was the son of Atri muni who is the giver of the middle syllable ‘U’ in AUM which represents the energy of Vishnu. Therefore this explanation fits the description....

If we map ‘Devarsi to Vishnu, Brahmarsi to Brahma and Maharsi to Mahadeva or Shiva, then from the above paragraph, we can map Narada as Devarsi, Agastya as Brahmarsi and Durvasa as Mahrsi. That should explain in detail what I was teaching at the Atri-SJC class in Delhi.
(1) Devarsi – Narada –Mutable or dual signs [logic: being 9th from movable signs]
(2) Brahmarsi –Agastya –Movable signs [logic: being 9th from fixed signs]
(3) Maharsi –Durvasa –Fixed signs [logic: being 9th from mutable/dual signs]
http://srath.com/om/index.php?view=article&catid=84&id=136%3Adrekkana-reckoning-and-the-rishis&tmpl=component&print=1&page=&option=com_content&Itemid=121

A M U
Brahma, Shiva, Vishnu
Narada, Agastya, Durvasa


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