Scientific experiment conducted by ‘Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay’ using a UTS (Universal Thermo Scanner)
Marxism is the philosophy propounded by Karl Marx. Marxism is also called ‘communism’. Marxism is well-known throughout the world. Many countries have political parties based on Marxism; however, the main political party in countries such as Russia, China, Vietnam, etc. is Marxist. It is a well-known fact that the history of communists is soaked with blood. Communism has flourished well even in India. The whole world is suffering from the harmful effects of communism.
On 31.1.2019, an experiment was conducted by Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay with the help of UTS in Sanatan Ashram at Ramnathi, Goa to find out the spiritual effects of the vibrations emitting from the photos of Marxists, meaning communist leaders. The nature of the experiment, observations and their analysis are presented here.
1. Nature of the experiment
In this experiment, UTS readings of the photos (Note) of 8 well-known communist leaders from India and overseas were recorded.
Note – A principle in Spirituality states that the word, touch, form, taste, fragrance and their associated energies co-exist. Accordingly, wherever there is a ‘form’, the associated energy (meaning, the vibrations) of that form also co-exist with the form. Accordingly, an individual’s photo contains his/her vibrations. Hence, the black and white photos of individuals (communist leaders) were selected for the experiment.
Note for readers : Due to shortage of space we have given the common features of UTS on www.sanatan.org/en/universal-scanner – Introduction to UTS; Various components of the scientific experiment conducted with the instrument and description; Measuring the aura of an object using the UTS, Procedure and precautions taken for the consistency in the readings; Tabulated observations, etc.
2. Information on the components of the experiment
2A. Communism : It is a political or social system advocating governmental or collective ownership and administration of all property and means of production. According to this system, each person works and is paid according to his abilities and needs. In this system of governance, the ways of making a living (by working in factories, offices, etc.) are owned by the society as a whole, meaning the assets belong to everyone in that society, instead of private ownership. Due to the propagation of capitalism, the communist ideology lagged behind at the end of the 20th Century. Today, the only existing communist countries in the world are – North Korea, Vietnam, Laos, China and Cuba. (Ref.: https://mr.wikipedia.org/s/jk) The biggest disadvantages of communism are that it relies on the cooperative nature of humans to work, it does not reward people for being entrepreneurial, the Government has a lot of power which can be abused by its leaders. Communism in India was led by PC Joshi, AK Gopalan, BT Randive and P Sundarayya.
2B. Karl Marx : He was a German economist and philosopher. In 1848 he laid the foundation of the communist thinking. Even though Marx himself did not establish communism, his thoughts have significant impact on communism. Due to his radical thoughts, he was banned from Paris, Brussels and London. At that time, he participated in political movements. In 1867, Karl Marx published a book titled ‘Das Kapital’.
2C. Vladimir Lenin : He was a Russian communist revolutionary and head of the Bolshevik Party (later known as Russian Communist Party) who rose to prominence during the Russian Revolution of 1917, one of the most explosive political events of the 20th Century. He has been regarded as a great revolutionary leader and revolutionary statesman in the communist history.
2D. Joseph Stalin : He led the Soviet Union from 1928 until 1953 as the General Secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union. Eventually, he became a dictator, and under his leadership, the Constitution of the Soviet Union was created. Stalin eventually outmanoeuvred his rivals and won the struggle for the control of the Bolshevik Party and the Central Government. Stalin ruled with a totalitarian grip so as to eliminate anyone who might oppose him and is accused of killing thousands of his opponents. Millions of his own citizens died during his brutal reign and hence, he was called ‘a demonic person’. The Soviet Army under his control was completely unprepared and suffered massive losses in World War 2. Russia had a dictator in the form of Stalin.
2E. Leon Trotsky : He was a Marxist Russian revolutionary and philosopher. He was one of the leaders of the Bolshevik revolution. He was the founder and commander of the ‘Red Army’.
2F. Mao Tse-tung : He was a Chinese communist revolutionary and political philosopher. He was the founding father of the Chinese revolution. He was the first President of the People’s Republic of China founded in 1949. He exclusively ruled as the Chairman of the Communist Party of China from its establishment in 1949 until his death in 1976. His theories, military strategies and political policies are collectively known as ‘Maoism’.
2G. Pol Pot : He was a Cambodian revolutionary and led the Khmer Rouge communist movement. In 1975, he became the leader of Cambodia. From 1976 to 1979, he became the Prime Minister of the country called Kampuchea. During his reign, he forcibly relocated the urban population to the countryside to work on collective farms. He killed those regarded as enemies of his Government. Due to these mass killings, coupled with malnutrition, strenuous working conditions and poor medical care, approximately 21% of the Cambodian population perished. Later, this tyranny was termed the ‘Cambodian genocide’.
2H. Prakash Karat : He is an Indian communist politician. He was the Secretary General of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) from 2005 to 2015. He hails from Kerala.
2I. Sitaram Yechuri : He is the leader and General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (Marxist). He also is the party’s Parliamentary group leader. On 19.4.2015, he was elected as the General Secretary of the party.
(Reference : https://mr.wikipedia.org/ik)
3. UTS observations and their analysis
3A. Analysis of the observations on negative energy
3A 1. Infrared and ultraviolet energies were present in the photos (of the communist leaders) used in the experiment (Infrared and ultraviolet energies are considered to be negative energies by the UTS scanner)
|Components of the experiment||Aura of the infrared energy (in metres)||Aura of the ultraviolet energy (in metres)|
|1. Karl Marx||2.10||1.20|
|2. Vladimir Lenin||2.15||1.55|
|3. Joseph Stalin||1.50||1.30|
|4. Leon Trotsky||1.80||1.65|
|5. Mao Tse-tung||1.75||1.70|
|6. Pol Pot||1.60||1.10|
|7. Prakash Karat||1.70||0.85|
|8. Sitaram Yechuri||1.95||1.50|
3B. Analysis of the observations on positive energy : It is not necessary that every individual, object or premises will have positive energy.
3B 1. No positive energy was found in the photos (of the communist leaders) used in the experiment.
3C. Analysis of the observations on the total measured aura (Note)
Note – Total aura : The total aura of an individual or object is measured by using the concerned individual’s saliva or a dust particle on the object or a small portion of the object as a sample.
Generally, the aura of an individual or an object is one metre.
3C 1. Total measured aura of the photos used in the experiment.
|Components of the experiment||Total measured aura (in metres)|
|1. Karl Marx||2.50|
|2. Vladimir Lenin||2.65|
|3. Joseph Stalin||2.30|
|4. Leon Trotsky||2.20|
|5. Mao Tse-tung||2.80|
|6. Pol Pot||2.15|
|7. Prakash Karat||2.10|
|8. Sitaram Yechuri||2.10|
We learn from this scientific experiment that negative vibrations are emitted into the environment by the photos of the Communist leaders.
5. Reason underlying the emission of negative vibrations from the photos (of the Communist leaders) into the environment
An individual’s actions are consistent with his thoughts. A sattvik (Spiritually pure) individual is virtuous and humble. Conversely, a non-sattvik individual is egoistic. An individual with high ego has many aspects of ego such as ignoring the opinion of others, insulting others, being authoritative, stubborn, doing as per own wish, etc. If such an individual happens to be the leader of a country or a ruling political party, he takes all decisions with his own mind (like a dictator would) without considering the opinion of others. Due to his high ego, such an individual can easily fall prey to distress caused by negative energies. If such an individual indeed suffers from negative energy distress, there is a high possibility of him taking decisions detrimental to the Nation. Hence, the future of the Nation and people will be in great danger.
How can such an individual work for the welfare of the Nation ?
Even though leaders who have a Communist mindset superficially pretend to care for the society, the reality is quite the opposite. They are never seen doing or thinking anything about the benefit of the society. Contrary to this, the blood-stained history of Communist leaders is well-known. The presence of infrared and ultraviolet energies in their photos used in the UTS experiment indicates the non-sattvik nature of all these individuals. Negative vibrations are emitted into the environment by a non-sattvik individual. The vibrations of a non-sattvik individual are also present in his photo. Hence, negative vibrations were emitted into the environment by their photos used in the experiment.
Here, it is important to understand that, if from black and white photos (of the Communist leaders) both types of negative energies are emitted into the environment to a radius of 1-2 metres, one can imagine how high must be the extent of negative energy in reality in these individuals !
– Maharshi Adhyatma Vishwavidyalay, Goa. (28.2.2019)
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