Kashmir & the Covergence of Time, Space & Destiny
by Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet


Kashmir and the Convergence of Time Space and DestinySummary: 'Kashmir and the Convergence of Time, Space and Destiny, authored by Patrizia Norelli-Bachelet (Thea), gives an in-depth study of Kashmir and the prominent position it holds in the destiny of India. Thea is the Director of Aeon Centre of Cosmology in South India. Her special contribution to the world of Vedic wisdom is a uniquely Indocentric geo-cosmology, one of its kind. . . . Thea has brought the ancient formulas into our contemporary world as an example of the need for a periodic renewal . . . [and] reveals how this is done. . . . The essays mention [how destiny] functions and relates to our individual and collective destiny.' Dalip Langoo

The essays in this volume were first published as a four-part series, March 2002 to April 2003, in 'Prakash', a review of the Jagat Guru Bhagavaan Gopinath Ji Charitable Foundation.

Paperback, 78 pp, diagrams, 2004; ISBN: 0-945747-00-4 - $9.00

Author's Comments: 'My purpose in writing the essays collected in this volume was to highlight the prominent position Kashmir holds in the destiny of India, but from an entirely new perspective. I have written from the basis of knowledge that is both ancient and new. Its antiquity resides in the fact that it was founded on certain Laws which formed the basis of the ancient Vedic Way. These are called the Laws of Correspondence and Equivalence. By means of these tested formulae, very clearly defined in the Veda, the evolution of the people inhabiting the subcontinent was recorded. But it was not a question of noting down history for history's sake, as we do today. The purpose was to reveal the cosmic harmony playing out through this very special Punya Bhoomi and its inhabitants. This has been the foundation of the Sanatana Dharma from its inception . . . .' Introduction

'If the ecliptic is laid on the globe, using its zodiacal segments of 30 both for longitudes (vertical) and latitude (horizontal) coordinates, the entire Earth is covered and measured with the zodiac.  And, in both directions, vertical and horizontal, or through longitude as well as latitude coordinates, Bharat falls within the sign Capricorn.' p. 24

'We may go farther, with the help of the map we work with it to measure this sacred land and discover key positions, areas on its surface that are particularly vulnerable and vital.  For example, we can measure an exact halfway into the sign of 30 degrees and we uncover what may be considered the spinal column of Bharat, as if it were the Goddess herself embodied in the land, as indeed she is.  This brings us to the 76th parallel.  Starting from the ‘crown’ at 36 degrees north, and descending down and through the land, this spinal column is akin to an axis.  It is the 15th degree of the sign, or the midway point.  To better understand the symbolism, the traditional significance of Capricorn comes to our aid: it is the sign of the Mountain and the 15th degree is its apex, indicated [in the above image] at 76 degrees longitude east and 36 north.  This falls in what is now occupied Kashmir.  In this cosmology it is known as the Eye of Shiva.  It is the power that holds the Dharma together through time and space throughout the ages, keeper of the keys of Destiny.' pp. 25-26

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