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Pai-Professor-Doutrinador-Artista Amador-Conscienciólogo-Consultor de Idiomas-especializado na Língua Inglesa. Sempai (Ikkyu) de Judô do MahaGuru Goh Thong Mong (Malásia). Aprendiz de Medicina Chinesa sob a tutela do Mestre Dr. Sifu Li Hon Ki (Santa Catarina). Estudioso e pesquisador das raízes das Artes Marciais e a Evolução do Ser. Seguidor das idéias de Joseph Campbell. Multiplicador Certificado do Programa Sri Sathya Sai da Universidade de Sai Baba na India em Educação em Valores Humanos.




Many are the Gods and Goddesses that compose the Ancient Vedic Pantheon described in the VEDAS, the four primary texts of Hinduism, having a vast influence on Buddhism, Jainism and Sikhism.
They are the most extensive texts in the Indo-European language, and as such are invaluable in the study of comparative linguistics. They are named as follows:

1) RIG VEDA: The Book of Mantra
2) SAMA VEDA: The Book of Song
3) YAJUR VEDA: The Book of Ritual
4) ATHARVA VEDA: The Book of Spell

The VEDAS contain hymns, incantations, and rituals from ancient India. Not only do they have enormous spiritual value but also a cultural value because they give a unique view of the everyday life in India four thousand years ago.



Mesopotamian mythology is essentially the combination of the ancient Babylonian, Assyrian, Akkadian and Summerian myths. Each of these peoples feeded and developed their own religious beliefs, but their proximity to one another help in the forging of an intertwined mythology, also, the influence of other surrounding cultures such as the Hittites and the Phoenicians give it a rather diverse background and some inconsistent areas due to some groups holding on to certain original beliefs while incorporating some of others.

The area once known as Mesopotamia is the southwestern Asian region between the Tigris and the Euphrates rivers (the very area that is now modern-day Iraq). Carbon tests estimate that humans first settled in the area around 5000 years Before Christ. This area gave birth to many of the world's modern religions such as Judaism, Islam, and Christianity, all of which are strongly rooted in these ancient religions.

About Deities

The deities and their heroic feats described in the ancient mythological tomes from all around the world, are often looked upon as external deities when as a matter of fact they are specific symbolic expressions of higher archetypal states of consciousness.

In fact, each and every God and Goddess represents various forces and elements that lay in embryo in each and every one of us.

Emulate them, cultivate the qualities of consciousness that they represent in your awareness and become what you have been born to become.