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Understanding Devi from words
The best guide to know about Hinduism is to decode the words which have hidden meanings consistent with Hindu beliefs. The Devi could be understood from this method as well.

Devi is derived from the word Deva. Deva could be phonetically written as They+We+A or They+Va. The first one; They+We+A implies that the link between they: the extraterrestrial super-intelligent people, and we the Hindus is Rama as ‘A’ stands for him. The second meaning is They: Va, implying that they: the external ones, are Vishnu as ‘Va’ stands for Vishnu. Devi phonetically could be written as They+We+I. Here ‘I’ stands for Sita. Therefore Rama is the first historic Ishvara and Sita is the first historic Devi.

Many Hindus believe Sati was the first wife of Shiva. She burnt herself on pyre because Shiva vowed abstention following Sati appearing in front of Rama in the form of Sita, after Rama’s separation from Sita, to test him. There is a great relationship that exists between Rama and Shiva and so is that between Sita and Sati. Both have same alphabets when written in Roman script. In Devanagri script too, they are highly related.

Radha is another example. ‘M’ in Rama is s replaced by ‘Dh’ in Radha. If both ‘M’ and ‘Dh’ are included then the word becomes Ramdha which when rearranged becomes dharma. One should note that ‘Sanatana Dharma’ is ‘Ramatana Dharma’ as Rama is the first historic incarnation of Vishnu. Here ‘S’ and ‘N’ are moved one step backward as Rama is the immediate predecessor of Krishna and the most important incarnation of Vishnu. Also ‘tana’ refers to both idol and a trigonometric function. Tan (0)=0 and Tan (+/-90)=+/-infinity implying from eon to eon with Rama at 0.

Durga can be written as DG+A+UR. ‘DG’ refers to Dei gratia implying with the grace of God, ‘A’ stands for Rama and ‘UR’ phonetically could be written as You Are. It implies with the grace of Ishvara: Rama, you are the deity. It should be obvious since Rama dissolved himself to become many: Ex Uno Plurus. It should be noted that on the Chaitra Navaratri’s ninth day Rama is born and after the closing of fasting in the Shardiya Navaratri, on the tenth day, Rama killed Ravana. The war between Rama and Ravana started on the first day of the Shardiya Navaratri.

Kali is the most interesting among the Devis. Kali is derived from the word Kala, meaning time. Kala can be written as LaKa implying ‘the Ka’. It is the ‘Ka’ of Devanagri script. In modern times, the Hindi alphabets’ consonants start with ‘Ka’. Kali could be phonetically written as Ka+Lee, here ‘Ka’ is again the consonant of Hindi alphabet and Lee means shelter. If one looks at ‘Ka’ in Devanagri script, it is one full loop in the left along the vertical line and one truncated loop with horizontal bar above the vertical line with it touching the middle. The ‘Ka’ in Devanagri can be written as the combination ‘Va’ in Hindi and lowercase H in English. What it means is that Hindus have been sheltered by Va implying Vishnu. If one completes the truncated loop it becomes mathematical symbol of infinity superimposed on T which represents time. T can operate both ways: when it operates to the left it becomes –infinity and when it operates to the right it becomes +infinity.

It implies that the true meaning of Sanatana Dharma has been maintained by historical incarnations of Vishnu: Rama and Krishna, and that both have external origins and both have protected Hindus from aliens described as Ravana and Kansa in the epics. This is no chance that in Hinduism there are so many lives outside the planet earth. It is also not possible that Indians as a group speak and write the best English outside the Anglican world.

Lakshmi is the last example. If V is added and the word rearranged it becomes Shv+Lak+mi. Shv stands for sub hoc verbo and sub hac voce which mean under this word. Lak could be phonetically written as Luck and mi as me. It implies that Lakshmi stands for good luck for Hindus.

If one accepts it with understanding, Rama is the most important person in Hinduism and also Devi is not a separate concept. In fact, it is derived from Deva and is complementary. That’s why there are many transgender beliefs in Hinduism. There is androgyny in Hinduism as well. All the killer Devies have some masculine properties. All Hindu Devies are preserving and not revolutionary deities and this is true for Kali as well. Feminists and communists should rethink about Hinduism. No Hindu Ishvara and his female counterpart would ever question the social beliefs of Hindus and they would rarely punish the upper caste Hindus.

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