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Pantheon (Yagyashala – Sacrificial Hall)


 


Pantheon
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The Pantheon of Rome was built by Agrippa in 27 B. C. It was totally devoted to a performance of Yajnas. Agrippa was the Chief Military Commander and friend of King Augustus Caesar. (Agrippa, Agri = on the forefront, first of all, Pa = a defender, a protector of a forward column of an army). But even till today the people of Italy and Europe could not search that a Pantheon building was used for which form of worship. There is a big whole (oculus or great eye) in an uppermost portion of Pantheon. The hole is circular in shape. Due to forget everything about the traditions of ancestors, the Europeans have become an enemy of their own ancient culture. Though there are so many descriptions in the ancient Latin literature which tell that the Italians ancestors, used to leave a vacant hole in middle of roofs at the time of houses construction. It was for the smoke emanating from Yajna fire.

It was their daily routine to perform the religious rituals (Yajna). The present Europeans do not know that their Indian ancestors were the worshippers of Sun and Fire. The grain, ghee (butter), vegetation are offered as oblations to fire (God) in the yajna ‘Advr’ or an adoration.tc "The Pantheon of Rome was built by Agrippa in 27 B. C. It was totally devoted to a performance of Yajnas. Agrippa was the Chief Military Commander and friend of King Augustus Caesar. (Agrippa, Agri = on the forefront, first of all, Pa = a defender, a protector of a forward column of an army). But even till today the people of Italy and Europe could not search that a Pantheon building was used for which form of worship. There is a big whole (oculus or great eye) in an uppermost portion of Pantheon. The hole is circular in shape. Due to forget everything about the traditions of ancestors, the Europeans have become an enemy of their own ancient culture. Though there are so many descriptions in the ancient Latin literature which tell that the Italians ancestors,used to leave a vacant hole in middle of roofs at the time of houses construction. It was for the smoke emanating from Yajna fire. It was their daily routine to perform the religious rituals (Yajna). The present Europeans do not know that their Indian ancestors were the worshippers of Sun and Fire. The grain, ghee (butter), vegetation are offered as oblations to fire (God) in the yajna ‘Advr’ or an adoration."

The western scholars do not know about words etymology but they are expert in wild guessing. Look at some examples:-tc "The western scholars do not know about words etymology but they are expert in wild guessing. Look at some examples\:-"
 


Pantheon
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              pan: prefix meaning “all, whole, all-inclusive,” from Gk. pan-, combining form of pas (neut. pan, masc. and neut. gen. pantos) “all,” of unknown origin. Commonly used as a prefix in Gk., in modern times often with nationality names, the first example of which seems to have been Panslavism (1846, q.v.). Also panislamic (1881), pan-American (1889), pan-German (1892), pan-African (1900), pan-European (1901), pan-Arabism (1930).

— Online Etymology Dictionary

                pantheon: c.1300, from Pantheon, temple for all the gods, built in Rome c.25 B.C.E. by Agrippa (since 609 C.E. made into the Christian church of Santa Maria Rotonda), from Gk. Pantheion (hieron) “(shrine) of all the gods,” from pantheion, neut. of pantheios, from pan- “all” + theios “of or for the gods,” from theos “god” (see Thea). Sense of any group of exalted persons is first found 1590s.                         — Online Etymology Dictionary

                The correct explanation of Pantheon is based on Sanskrit. Panthe ‘way, expansion, branch of religion, way of religion’ and on (un), upper, heaven’. Thus the meaning of Panthe + on is ‘way of God, ‘Religion’ and ‘way of heaven’.

The Pantheon of Rome was converted into a church at the time of an adoption of Christianity. The building of Pantheon was a collective Yajy place (Yajyashala) of Europeans ancestors. It was ignited for the yagy (correct Latin word is Jgni ‘to light’ based of Sanskrit) and smoke went out through big hole which was created in the building’s roof. Thus Yagy completed convenient. The Europeans till today have not been able to understand mystery of this Oculus. In ancient Rome and at present in Punjab’s, the religion is called ‘Panth’ (Cult). The word ‘Panth’ (religion) is not used in any culture of the world except in Punjab (India) and an ancient Italy. Is this similarity just a co-incidence? Do the Romans and Punjabis belong to a same dynasty? Is it true that the people of ancient Punjab migrated to Italy and settled there forever?

Di Penates :

                In ancient Roman religion, the Di Penates or Penates were among the dii familiares, or household deities, invoked most often in domestic rituals. When the family had a meal, they threw a bit into the fire on the hearth for the Penates.[1]  (Wikipedia)

[1]           ^ Servius, note to Aeneid 1.730, as cited by Robert Schilling, “The Penates,” in Roman and European Mythologies (University of Chicago Press, 1981, 1992), p. 138.  (Wikipedia)

                penates Roman household gods, 1513, from L. penates “gods of the inside of the house,” related to penatus “sanctuary of a temple” (especially that of Vesta), cognate with penitus “within” (see penetrate).

                penetrate early 15c. (implied in penetrable), from L. penetratus, pp. of penetrare “to put or get into, enter into,” related to penitus “within, inmost,” penus “innermost part of a temple, store of food,” penates “household gods.” Related: Penetrated; penetrating, which was used from 1630s in a figurative sense of “touching the feelings intensely.”

(Online Etymology Dictionary)

                (L. Di Penates - unknown origin.  Sanskrit. (Di) ?kh% ‘Dhi’, Yajna’, ‘Penite’ (Penate) ‘to worship’ Penite or Penates is an act of worship not a place or Temple.

Ad - uro, Ad-vr (‘U’ was used for ‘V’) ‘Yajna’

Ad - uro, sit on fire, to lit the fire, a Yajy, Ad-vr (in which the fire is lit). There was a tradition of Yajnas in Rome till the year 314 A.D. (before an adoption of Christianity). The altars of Yajnas have been found in whole of Europe, Egypt, Israel, Iran, Iraq and America’s civilizations etc. during archaeological discoveries. At present a word ‘advr’ is used in corrupt form as ‘adore, adoration, to worship’.

(Ara - Arae):

Ara, Arae, f [AS], a structure for sacrifice, altar : ex ara sume verbenas, T. : dicata, L. – E s p, of altars to the Penates, in the impluvia, while The Lares had a focus in the atrium : hence arae et foci, hearth and home, altars and fires : regis arae focique : de vestris aris ac focis decernite : pro aris atque focis suis cernere, S. - Supplicants fled to the altars for protection : cum in aram confugisset : eo ille confugit in araque consedit, N. - An oath was confirmed by laying the hand on the altar : qui si aram tenens iuraret, crederet nemo : iurandae tuum per nomen arae, H. : Tango aras, et numina testor, V. - F. i. g., protection, refuge, shelter : aram tibi parare, T. : ad aram legum confugere : ara sepulchri, a funeral pile, V : sepulchrales arae, O. - The Altar (a constellation) : pressa, i. e. low in the south, Q. - A monument : ara virtutis.

— An Elementary Latin Dictionary by Charlton T. Lewis (Page 68-69)

There used to be an altar for the sacrifice, (Terentius Afer – Poet, 165 B. C.). It was a religious ritual (Levius - Poet, 35 B. C.). The head of the family used to lit the fire of Yajna for the pleasure of the family god in a open court yard. Then others assembled there also recited the hymns, (Sallustius – Poet, 62 B. C.). Intensive prayers were sung for protection. All were ordered to sit down (Cornelius Nepos – Poet, 44 B. C.) An oath was taken by stretching the hand on the altar; all of them listened to the sermons with devotion (Horatius, 32 B. C.). They touched the altar with their heads and bowed before prayer, (Vergil, 38 B. C.). All were equal for protection (Ternetius Afer, 165 B. C.). Food grains and fruit were offered to the fire.

— An Elementary Latin Dictionary by Charlton T. Lewis (Page 68-69)

(The above quoted verses of Poems are written in various Spans of time in Rome in which poets have produced descriptions regarding a Yajy).

It is a biggest fault of the Italians that they have been forgotten original meanings of ancient Latin Words. The word ‘Ara’ means ‘Ahr’ (Yagy); it is a verb, whereas they interpret it as ‘Vedi’ (the altar) as a noun.

This was the tradition of European Yajnas in the ancient times which were performed according to the Indian Vedas. The Word Ara or Arae in Sanskrit is Ahr, Ahrnam (Ahr) which means, Aara (Aaradhna) ‘to worship’, to respect, to perform the Yajna etc. The word Sepulchri, Sepulchrales, sepulchre meaning is in Sanskrit S + Pul + Char = Along with a pile of wood to perform a religious ceremony = Yajna. This word began to be used wrongly by the Europeans for a cremation on a pyre or burial after death. The vegetation being in plenty in India, the oblation (Ahutee) was offered in Yajnas of vegetation. Since, there was scarcity of vegetation in Western Asia and North Africa, a practice of animal sacrifice was adopted. Will these people be able to prove that the Yajnas originated in Europe and how this practice vanished from there?

 

   

 


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