Saturday, February 11, 2012

2 years honoring the god of forces


indra, indra logo, also pointing to "indra mandala"

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Hispanic, Tuesday, February 9, 2010

The president of engineering specializing in defense opened his home to former NATO Secretary General


The president of Indra, Javier Monzón, not. Always a man close to the PSOE, the owner of Indra, defense and engineering company specializing in information systems, received last week at his home in the select development of the Moral Madrid Javier Solana, former Mr. CFSP and former Secretary General of NATO .

Solana seeks work. Zapatero does little to one of the key men Felipismo, who is viscerally faced. Solana has been forced to pick up the crumbs from the table of Indra Entrecanales but can be very useful. If you know a Spaniard that is known-in the Western military-industrial complexes than it is Solana.

The logical position Solana is the Advisory Council, which included personalities as egregious as it was the man for Europe Jose Maria Aznar, former Secretary of State Ramon de Miguel or the employer Fernando Fernandez Tapias"




















INDRA is a Spanish information technology and defense systems company. Indra is listed on the Bolsa de Madrid and is a constituent of the IBEX 35 index. The company was named after a Hindu god Indra.

Indra is organised around three business areas: Information Technologies, Simulation &Automatic Test Systems, and Defense Electronic Equipment.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indra_Sistemas

today news: Javier Solana receives a good income as adviser of INDRA. LINK

Indra (Devanagari: इन्द्र) or Śakra is the King of the gods or Devas and Lord of Heaven orSvargaloka in Hindu mythology. He is also the God of War, Storms, and Rainfall and is associated with Vajrapani - the Chief Dharmapala or Defender and Protector of the Buddha,Dharma and Sangha who embodies the power of all primordial or Dhyani Buddhas.

Indra is one of the chief deities in the Rigveda. He is celebrated as a demiurge who pushes up the sky, releases dawn (Ushas) from the Vala cave, and slays Vṛtra; both latter actions are central to the Soma (farmer: ="liquid gold") sacrifice. .... Indra appears as the name of an arch-demon in the Zoroastrian religion, while his epithetVerethragna appears as a god of victory.

The name of Indra (Indara) is also mentioned among the gods of the Mitanni, a Hurrian speaking people who ruled northern Syria from ca.1500BC-1300BC" http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indra

"The oldest Indian writings, the Vedas (Hindu sacred scriptures), contain the same hints of alchemy that are found in evidence from ancient China, namely vague references to a connection between gold and long life. Mercury, which was so vital to alchemy everywhere, is first mentioned in the 4th to 3rd century BC Arthashastra, about the same time it is encountered in China and in the West. Evidence of the idea of transmuting base metals to gold appears in 2nd to 5th century AD Buddhist texts, about the same time as in the West. Since Alexander the Great had invaded India in 325 BC, leaving a Greek state (Gandhara) that long endured, the possibility exists that the Indians acquired the idea from the Greeks, but it could have been the other way around. (...) The Elixir has had hundreds of names (one scholar of Chinese history reportedly found over 1,000 names for it.), including (among others) Amrit Ras or Amrita, Aab-i-Hayat, Maha Ras, Aab-Haiwan, Dancing Water, Chasma-i-Kausar, Mansarover or the Pool of Nectar, Philosopher's stone, and Soma Ras. The word elixir was not used until the 7th century A.D. and derives from the Arabic name for miracle substances, "al iksir." Some view it as a metaphor for the spirit of God (e.g. Jesus' reference to "the Water of Life" or "the Fountain of Life") John 4:14 " But whoever drinks the water I give him will never thirst. Indeed, the water I give him will become in him a spring of water welling up to eternal life.”. The Scots and the Irish adopted the name for their "liquid gold": the Gaelic name for whiskey is uisge beatha, or water of life." LINK

"Neither shall he regard the God of his fathers, nor the desire of women, nor regard any god: for he shall magnify himself above all. But in his estate shall he honor the god of forces: and a god whom his fathers knew not shall he honor with gold, and silver, and with precious stones, and pleasant things. Thus shall he do in the most strong holds with a strange god, whom he shall acknowledge and increase with glory...." (Daniel 11:37-39)

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