The Nakṣatra Sūtra is a treasure found in the Taittirīya Brāhmaṇa, a branch of the ancient Yajur Veda. Because of this, it holds unique importance and unparalleled authority among nakṣatra texts, for it allows us to understand the nakṣatras in much clearer accord with the Vedic sages who originally envisioned them. I also supplement the book with other sections from the Taittirīya Brāhmaṇa that also talk about the nakṣatras, and with a section entitled, The True Story of the Nakṣatra Gods: a dramatic narration of the 27 nakṣatra divinities, focused on what is most relevant to their nakṣatra’s symbolism. This original work pulls together diverse Purāṇic and Vedic source material to paint a vivid picture of often unknown tales and details essential for fully understanding the subtleties of the 27 Vedic stars.
Understand the Nakshatras by understanding the Gods and Goddesses who dwell in them. Understand the Nakshatras the way the ancient Vedic peoples understood them!
Clear explanations of Sanskrit terms, and pervasive access to original Vedic literature, will transform, simplify, and clarify your comprehension of the Vedic Nakshatra (fixed-star lunar mansions).
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This is going to get ugly.
And it’ll be beautiful.
Ugliness and beauty will stand shoulder to shoulder, each one unashamed of its nudity. It has to be like that, because that’s how I lived it. It was an awful train-wreck and it was a wonderful transcendental revelation, at the same time.
I apologize in advance to those in my story who are uncomfortable being portrayed in the nude. I certainly won’t go out of my way to reveal your warts and blemishes, but ugliness is an essential part of the reality I experienced, and my story just won’t make sense if I blur out and censor the unsavory bits.