Today we will talk about the famous syllable «Om» and the related to it «Aum». However, the discussion will not be about Indian Vedas and other religious movements but the primacy of letters and syllables and their meanings.
Let us start with «Om.» The letter «O» symbolizes the circle, the Universe totality — where there is everything and nothing in particular at the same time. «M» stands for the matter and a union of two compounds for its creation. Therefore, the Total Whole singles out something solitary to be paired — and the matter is formed. Looking deeper into this, «Om» symbolizes conception.
Let us continue with «Aum.» «A» symbolizes the initial Spirit, «U» is binding with something or somebody, «M» as mentioned before means the matter. Therefore, the initial Spirit joins something, forming the matter. Conception, in this case, doesn’t happen between two identical beings — the initial Spirit descends onto Earth with further conceiving.
Do you see the difference between the two syllables? It’s important to understand that Indian Vedas and Slavic Vedas don’t reveal the Truth as religious movements filter information and allow people to know only what’s beneficial and safe for them. Faith (Russian «Ve-ra») is the knowledge of Ra and I have no right to twist the facts. Everything I’m telling you comes from the primary source. What else would you like to know? Let me know in the comments below, and I will undoubtedly tell you more.
True-Faith Mother, Alena Polyn.