SCIENTIFIC ROOT MEANING OF OM / AUM

the scientific meaning of aum om

A Scientific Research Paper in Vedic Religious Texts by the Eastern Institute of Science & Religion

TABLE OF CONTENTS

> INTRODUCTION

> CHAPTER ONE – THE RELIGIOUS VIEW OF AUM

1.1 AUM in Hinduism
1.1.1 AUM in Vedas
1.1.2 The First use of AUM as an Asseverative
1.1.3 AUM in Upaniṣads
1.1.3.1 AUM and Bow
1.1.3.2 AUM and Chariot
1.1.3.3 AUM and Falcon
1.1.3.4 AUM and Brahmán
1.1.3.5 AUM as the Reverberation
1.1.3.6 AUM and Indra
1.1.3.7 AUM and Water
1.1.3.8 AUM and the Howl of the Dogs
1.1.4 AUM in Sutras

1.1.5 AUM in Yoga-Sutras of Patañjali
1.1.6 AUM in Bhagavad-Gītā
1.1.7 AUM in Purāṇas
1.1.7.1 Origin of AUM as mentioned in Purāṇas
1.1.7.2 Derivation of the Syllable AUM
1.1.7.3 The Meaning of the Syllable AUM
1.1.8 The use of Aum in Mantras

1.2 AUM in Jainism, Buddhism and Sikhism

> CHAPTER TWO – THE SCIENTIFIC VIEW OF AUM

2.1 Etymology of the Words: ‘OM’, ‘AUM’, ‘Praņava’ and ‘Omkar’.
2.1.1 Etymology of the Words ‘OM’
2.1.2 Etymology of the Word ‘AUM’
2.1.3 Etymology of the Word ‘Praņava’
2.1.4 Etymology of the Word ‘Omkar’

2.2 The Classification of the syllable AUM

2.3 The Resemblance between the syllable AUM to some physical things
2.3.1 Resemblance between AUM and Bow
2.3.2 Resemblance between AUM and Chariot
2.3.3 Resemblance between AUM and Falcon
2.3.4 Resemblance between AUM and Ganesha

2.4 Resemblance between AUM and Sexual Organs

2.5 Resemblance between Sexual Organs and the deities of AUM
2.5.1 Resemblance between Scrotum and Brahmā
2.5.1.1 Scientific view of the Scrotum
2.5.1.2 View of Brahmā in Hinduism
2.5.2 Resemblance between Vagina and Viṣṇnu
2.5.2.1 Scientific view of Vagina/Womb
2.5.2.2 View of Viṣṇnu in Hinduism
2.5.3 Resemblance between Penis and Śiva
2.5.3.1 Scientific view of Penis
2.5.3.2 View of Śiva in Hinduism

2.6 Scientific explanation of the Meaning of the syllable AUM

2.7 Scientific explanation of the Sound of AUM

> CHAPTER THREE – THE AUM RELATED CULTS AS THE FOUNDATION OF HINDUISM

3.1 The Worship of Sexual Organs
3.1.1 The Worship of Phallus (Penis)
3.1.2 The Worship of Yonī (Vagina-Womb)

3.2 Scientific view of Vedantic Ātman-Brahmán and Śiva-Liṅga

3.3 The Sex Cult in Sacrifices
3.3.1 Sex Cult in Soma-Yajna (Soma Sacrifice)
3.3.2 Sex Cult in Agnihotra (Fire Sacrifice)
3.3.3 Sex Cult in Aśvamedha Yajna (Horse Sacrifice)
3.3.4 Sex Cult in the Purușamedha (Human Sacrifice)

3.4 Temple Prostitution (Devadasi Cult)

3.5 The Sexual & Violent Nature of the leading AUM deities

3.6 Why this Knowledge is to be kept secret ?

> CONCLUSION

> BIBLIOGRAPHY

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