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Torah and Vedah

- By Yakov - 11/22/2005

Many linguistic roots in Hebrew are cognate to roots in Sanskrit and they have similar referents, designate similar realities, concepts and propositions... The pragmatic and popularized notion of Aryan or Indo-European language families as being inherently divergent from the Semitic family of languages can mislead many who are not themselves, linguists. It is clear that the deep structure of these two languages groups share similar roots, ??? bara, is a term which designates a creative process directed by an unknown-to us infinitive REALITY.

From our perspective in one of the space-time manifolds, which we experience as out own material cosmos, we sense this process of “bara” as a uniquely divine creative capacity termed “yesh mi’ayin”, “something from nothing.” A precise reading of the first chapter of Bereishit --Genesis-- indicates that God is not actually “creating ” here from His own “nothing” but rather doing something which we perceive as the separating out of what to us are metaphysical levels of our own reality. He does this by creating various types of boundaries in the realm of something which for Him, is already there. Thus, in kabbalistic thought it is understood that God creates and destroys many worlds…

Another difference inherent in this Divine sort of creation with respect to our own types of “making,” designated by the term: “asiyah” and also from angelic types of “forming” designated by the term: “yetsirah” is that, owing to the fact that, with respect to our own manifold, what is happening materially, is a perception of “CREATING OUT OF NOTHING”--the created universe as we experience it cannot have the logical parameters that our own human “creations” do. Thus, there are certain inherent fallacies in some so-called “proofs of G-d” based on the “argument from design.” A watchmaker designs and creates a watch. After she does so, she may send the watch away to a friend of hers and if it is well-made it will continue to function properly on its own. This is because “making a watch” is actually just a type of human rearrangement of energy which is already in place.  

As long as the human reconfiguring of that energy in the form of a watch can continue to exist through its “own inertia” the watch continues to operate seemingly “on its own” as it continues to be driven by the same already--in--place energy base which has been humanly reconfigured. However when briat olam happens--the creation of the material cosmos by G-d--there is the making of something entirely new--from our perspective ---out of an apparent “nothingness.” Therefore, unlike the humanly-created watch, there is no pre-existing energy substratum in the universe where it is humanly perceived which can continue to drive it and cause it continue functioning through an inertia. Thus, it is LOGICALLY necessary that briat olam--Divine creation of the world--cannot be an event through which something is made at one point and then continues “on its own” afterwards. It is logically necessary that briat olam--Divine creation of the world--is ALWAYS AND AT EVERY INSTANT OCCURRING. God cannot “manufacture “ this “watch” and then set it aside to operate “automatically.” God is, as it were, “breathing the world out” continually or “thinking it” or “dreaming it” all the time. If at once instant God does not do that , then all of what we consider “real” and “solid” evaporates like a mist….

This I what is behind the Lurianic notion of the nekuda rishon--the first point and of the several hakelim--”the shattering of the vessels” from the infusion of primordial light. And it is behind R. Nachman of Bretslav’s notion of “yerida le’ma’an aliyah”--descending into depression as away of rising to higher levels. What this entails is that God in necessarily with us --all the time--as long as we “choose” to see that. But we MUST choose to see that there IS no other choice. This is what Bhagavan Prabhupada is speaking about when he refers to the “two types of householders” which are mentioned in the Srimad Bhagavatam. These two outlooks of the “karmis” who must access a pathway of acomodation owing to their decision to continue attaching to materiality are paralleled by the notion of ‘ba’al habayit chiloni” (the entrenched materialist) and the “ben torah ve Da’at ”(One who needs the secular life but is intelligent enough to live it according to halacha).  

The nafka minah--the difference between the two styles --parallels the difference made in the Srimad Bhagavatm: one does NOT increase schar--merit--and therefore moves ever more confusedly into the felt and perceived universe of agony and of death , while the other moves toward true knowledge da’at Torah--atma-satvam---and MORE into actual life. The term bara (divine creation) is related to borei--“separation. ” And to Avram--the man, who through separating himself, channels a new human reality. “Sarai” his wife, is “one who rules herself”--as an individual must do and which the world itself must do in order to access the self who can will to see “Who is creating these” (Psalms). They become, when they do learn to “see”: Avraham-- one who can engender the creative potential and: Sarah:--one who can give birth to self-realized souls… The cognates in Sanskrit are: Brahm--Brahma and His feminine dimension: Sarasvati… Atma -tatvam knowledge of human self in Sanskrit is Adam-Tet-- “humanity with a head”-- A cognate notion… In epicurean and latter physical theory it becomes: “atom”--the hypothesis which integrates variability with stability in the notion of “atomic unit.”… The Islamic and Christian traditions participate with us in the Torah -based world of narrative content…

The Vedic tradition parallels Torah- messorah in its similarity of spiritual -structure. Like the Torah-mesora it is open-ended, recognizing multiple pathways rendered appropriately, according to personal merit. And like Torah-messorah it preserves and maintains past knowledge through liturgy and ritual. And it integrates the font of past knowledge with changing empirical standards through differing times and places in order to generate and evolve a dynamic pathway of law and precept tuned to the immediate here-and-now. A Recent book by Barbara Holdrege, TORAH AND VEDA is highly recommended as a scholarly study of these two convergent pathways

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                                      Yod/Vau: Fire and Air


Agni, Sanskrit, ogonj, Russian, esh,  Hebrew, all mean fire. Nephesh, Hebrew, = soul. 

A FIRE NOT BLOWN.. Hugh Crosthwaite
'Esh (Hebrew) 'Eshsha' (Chaldean) [cf Sanskrit ush to burn] Sometimes Ash(a). Fire.

Hebrew and Indo-European. Esh UGuns Ash Fire Words


Hebrew ESH is similar to Indo-European *as- "to burn, glow" and Latvian UG-uns "fire"

The Latvian form UG-uns is primordial since Latvian UD-ens = "water".

The Indo-European root *AS is a more "modern" version.

Comparable words are  English ASH

Latvian DEG or DEDZ "burn".

Latvian ASHs "sharp, pungent".  

Related roots can also be seen in the reverse term

"to put out a fire"

in Hebrew
D ' K and Latvian DZES

There is also good correspondence in other "fire"-words.

Hebrew 'OR and Latvian KUR "light up a fire, burn"

Hebrew B'R and  Latvian PIRts "sauna" PEL-nis "ash"

BRuce "burn wound" and English BURn

Hebrew SUT and Latvian SUT "steam, heat food, stew, braise"

Hebrew KWH, KEWIJA and Latvian KVE-le "glow, heat" KVE-pi "soot"

Hebrew SARAB and Latvian SARAVA (SARAUT) which means "pulled  together" and
whence in this sense "burned, the scarred skin" and, since Latvian MIESA means "body"
there is Hebrew MISHRAFOR i.e. MIESU-SARAVOT (SARAUT) with a root in SAR(T)- found in Hebrew as ZAR-

Hebrew LQT and Latvian LIESmOT German LOH "blaze"

In Hebrew 'ESH 'OKELA the latter term is Latvian UOGLE "coal(s), burning substance"

Vav/Vau/Vayu - Air



vayum — atmosphere; SB 2.2.28
vayum — the wind; SB 3.10.6
vayum — the air which goes up; SB 4.23.14
vayum — the air portion of the body; SB 4.23.15
vayum — wind; SB 6.4.5
vayum — the air; SB 7.7.26
vayum — the air; SB 9.7.25-26
vayum — and wind; SB 10.59.4
vayum — air; SB 11.2.41
vayum — the air; SB 11.30.41

Living in Truth by Charles N.Pope - Chapter 10: "Contending with ...

The Hebrew root amar/omar is similar in meaning to the Indo-European root rime, "to encircle, border, bind." The root kak is also Indo-European (Sanskrit) in origin, and means "to help or enable." 

The book of Judges identifies all four invading kings as being of "Midianite" origin. Midian (Heb. Midyan) means "Land of Strife." It is a word play on other language roots, such as the Indo-European midjo, the Latin medius, and the Greek mesos, all of which signify "middle."


The symbolism and structure of Yod-He-Vau-He is simple, yet deeply profound. And when its few simple elements combine, they give birth to the entire complexity of life. In part, YHVH represents that perfect simple pattern we spoke of earlier - the atom or solar system. It also speaks of human procreation, and stellar/planetary procreation. The first part, “Yod”, represents the positive (+), “Sun”, “light”, “the Father” principles. The first “He” represents the “negative”, not in the sense of “bad” or “evil”, but in the sense of (-), negative polarity, pure darkness like that of the void of space, the receptive, the Mother principles. “Vau” is the meeting of Yod and He; the place of interplay, intercourse, and combining of the first two principles. It is its own principle, and the place of conception of, and the birth of, the second “He” (again, pronounced “hay”). The second “He” is the offspring of Yod and He, the result of their interaction, their subsequent creation. The second “He” has the same attributes as its Father, the Yod, in that it actually IS a Yod in its own macro or microcosmic realm. The second “He” is on a vibrational plane an octave apart. The second “He” begins the cycle (Yod-He-Vau-He) again, but AS THE YOD in micro-cosm or macro-cosm, and its polarity is reversed from its “father” YOD. Interestingly, the “father” principle, Yod, was distorted through translation over time from “Yod” into “God”, which is also often given a “father” principle connotation.”



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