Welcome to Arya Veda
Belief in a mechanistic universe is a modern superstition. As probably happens in most cases of superstition, the belief is based on a more or less extensive series of correct facts, facts which are subsequently generalized without warrant, and finally so distorted that they become grotesque. ... The 'witch superstition' cost innumerable innocent women their lives, in the cruelest fashion.
The mechanistic superstition is more dangerous. It leads to a general spiritual and moral drying-up, which can easily lead to physical destruction. When once we have got to the stage of seeing in man merely a complex machine, what does it matter if we destroy him?
It’s all just a game of people trying to prove how they’re right and others are wrong and replace one set of beliefs with another. It is pounded on people as a new religion, destroying Faith in God and replacing it with their Faith in Science. "I believe in Evolution!" just as "I believe in God."
All of it is supposition, and the purveyors want believers.
Like the analogies say... if you see the leaves in the pond, and then realize you were seeing only a reflection of leaves above the pond... what disappears? what was created? You see a snake in the road, and then realize it was only a stick. what creation disappeared? what was created and what was destroyed...
What does Arya Veda mean?
In Sanskrit, Arya means enlightened and Veda means knowledge. This site’s objective is to offer religious and spiritual knowledge about God gathered from avatars, sages, prophets, gurus, and other religious teachers from the religions of the world. Wether you’re Hindu, Buddhist, Zoroastrian, Jewish, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, or of any other faith -- the one truth behind them has been expressed in various ways. Remember, like a honey bee gathering honey from all types of flowers, the wise men search every where for truth and see only the good in all religions. You are welcomed to e-mail us and give us links or articles on various subjects that you think might benefit users... as the Rg Veda says, “Let noble thoughts come to us from every side.”