The Rig Veda - Book 3, Cows of the Rig Veda : Chapter 2, Sky & Earth Summary & Analysis

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Book 3, Cows of the Rig Veda : Chapter 2, Sky & Earth Summary

The Sky and the Earth are viewed as two halves of one whole by those who wrote the Rig Veda. This remains true, although our sense for living on a rotating 'ball' in the midsts of outer space, allowed to live thanks to the combinations of atmosphere, water, the earth, distance from the Sun and so forth is closely connected but different. Heaven and Earth, Yin & Yang, these are other versions of this. The ancient Grecian gods and the Jews all refer to the distinction between Heaven and Earth. Both Yahweh and the Grecian god Zeus were known to have ordered a powerful subordinate down to Earth, to rule there. The realm governed by Haephestus the god of metal smithing and that reported to go temporarily to...

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