Can Agnihotra prevent the effect of nuclear radiation?
Research performed through advanced sixth sense by the Spiritual Science Research Foundation (SSRF) confirms that the Vedic sacrificial fire called Agnihotra does mitigate the effect of nuclear radiation. Agnihotra provides more protection when performed by a person who is at a higher level of spiritual consciousness.
MELBOURNE / NEW JERSEY (23 March 2011) – Japan recently experienced terrible natural disasters which later led to explosions in its nuclear plants at Fukushima. This has raised concerns of people and governments all around the world about the dangers of nuclear radiation that may reach other countries. There is hardly any cure available for preventing the effects of nuclear radiation. However, Spirituality can offer a solution to this problem.
Most people are unaware that they can prepare themselves spiritually for the possibility of a nuclear attack. Unique research recently published by SSRF shows the efficacy of the Vedic ritual of Agnihotra in the case of nuclear fallout. Agnihotra is a small sacrificial fire performed at sunrise and sunset along with the recitation of a mantra.
“Any nuclear detonation creates discordant black waves of sound energy, undetectable by the human eye and ear, that travel through the environment”, says Ana Prodanović of SSRF. “The simple Agnihotra ritual counters these black waves with positive reddish waves generated by the Agnihotra fire. This neutralises devastation caused by thermal radiation.”
While agnihotra has the capacity to protect from thermal radiation and radioactive fallout, it may not be able to protect a person outside the blast radius from all forms of radiation. The level of protection it provides will largely depend on the spiritual purity and consciousness of the person performing it. A person at a higher level of consciousness will be able to derive more protection. Spiritual consciousness increases by doing regular spiritual practice and following a selfless lifestyle.
In addition, finding oneself in the vicinity of an untoward incident, such as a nuclear bomb blast will largely depend on one’s destiny. SSRF’s study shows that through regular spiritual practice one can gain protection from certain types of destiny even if one does not perform Agnihotra.
SSRF, based in Australia, with centres and spiritual seekers around the world, publishes spiritual research conducted through advanced sixth sense (ESP). Hence, it is able to study aspects of the spiritual dimension that are often overlooked by conventional research methods.
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