What is Mayonic Science?

What is Mayonic Science and Technology?
Mayonic Science and Technology is a body of knowledge that springs from two essential texts: The Pranava Veda and the Aintiram. Both of these text were cognized and composed by an ancient Rishi named Mayan more than 12,000 years ago. Mayan hails from a landmass that was overcome by the oceans during the melting of the icecaps that occurred due to the global warming that stopped the advancement of the ice sheets in 15,000 B.C. This land mass was called Kumari continent and it was situated below the Indian sub continent. There was a mass exodus from Kumari continent by thousands of ancient people. They migrated to the Mid-East, East Asia, and to lands throughout the world. Mayan, along with many others, migrated to India during this time. The language among those Kumarians was a form of ancient Tamil. Mayan himself refined that language to what exists today among the Tamil people.

In Mayan’s cognitions, he perceived that there was an infinite source of energy that sought to manifest itself as the material world. He observed that this manifestation was accomplished in an orderly fashion and resulted in a numerical order. He observed that based upon specific aspects of the numerical order, various qualities of material form existed. In other words, all material form vibrates with specific qualities based upon the mathematics of its waveform. Mayan realized that we humans could mirror that manifestation process in our created forms (music, sculpture, dance, architecture, and poetry, blacksmithing, jewel smithing, carpentry and wood working) thus, we could determine the qualities of the form as well as its effects on humans and the environment. The ancient art forms and cultural artifacts of India have these principles as their foundation. They have taken on various names such as Carnatic music, Natya dance, iconography and Vaastu architecture or traditional Indian architecture. The underlying concept that Mayan put forth is that artisans could create forms that would bring abundance, wellbeing and spiritual bliss to humanity. Over time, the spiritual and scientific principles behind Mayan’s teachings were lost and thus, many of the art forms lost their true significance and fell into concepts that reflect only superstition. In architecture for example, because few people understand its underlying principles, the energy of a Vaastu house is thought to be derived from the sun and other planets. Nothing could be further from the truth.

Over the past twenty years, Dr. V. Ganapati Sthapati has diligently sought to correct the many misunderstandings propagated by modern writers and teachers. He hails from a family of traditional architects and builders who have a lineage of thousands of years. His family tradition survived alien rule of the Moguls and the British. When the Pranava Veda and Aintiram were re-discovered, Dr. Sthapati was quick to realize their significance and began propagating their spiritual and scientific truth.

In 2006 Dr. Sthapati appointed Dr. Jessie J. Mercay as Chancellor of the American University of Mayonic Science and Technology in order to widely propagate this knowledge to the western world in a systematic and dignified way.

This is a broad body of spiritual and scientific knowledge that goes beyond any one form thus it is called Mayonic Science and Technology. AUM S&T presently focuses on building architecture based on the spiritual and scientific principles of Mayan. Other arts are discussed but the main focus is architecture.

Mayan cognized a number of specific principles that formed the basis of his teaching - here are some of them.

Mayonic Principles
1. Nothing is created - it is manifested from the One Source.
2. The Originating Source is sometimes called Moolam, Brahman (Quantum Field)
3. It constantly creates (manifests) so that it may forever savor and enjoy its own Ultimate Beauty. That is, the Originating Source found itself to be so beautiful and perfect, and in love with that beauty and perfection that it manifested itself in different material forms in order to experience and savor that beauty eternally.
4. This Originating Source or spiritual center is Moolam (meaning source), Maiyyam (meaning center) and Pulli (meaning point) – the central source point of consciousness – pure energy.
5. All objects of nature are unified entities (forms) of energy and matter.
6. The free space is the unified field of energy and matter and source of all forms that we see in material world.
7. There are two OMs: OM Light and OM Sound, the former is the source of all visible objects and the latter, the source of all aural forms.
8. All material forms of the universe are musical forms or have taken shape on musical rhythm or musical scale.
9. Time creates, sustains, and destroys all, so created.
10. The primal manifest form of the unmanifest is square (primal wave pattern).
11. The primal square pattern is designated as the diagram of embodied energy – Vaastu Purusha Mandala.
12. The free space is packed with cubical atoms of energy. They are building blocks of the structure of the universe.
13. The cube is micro-abode called Sittravai/ Chittrambalam (mini hall in Tamil).
14. Within the hall there is a vertical luminous shaft called Brahma Sutra (Oli nool).
15. This Olinool/Brahma Sutra is a shaft of consciousness also called Moolathoon/ Moolasthambham.
16. This shaft of consciousness vibrates in a particular order called rhythm. This is the order of nature.
17. This rhythmic vibration of the shaft of consciousness is the dance of Shiva, the Space.
18. The micro space, in the cubical shape is foetus, Garbha or Bindu. This is known as Vinkaru in Tamil.
19. This micro abode is the repository of light and sound.
20. The free space is Light and the Light is Moolam or source of the universe and universal forms. Light is Brahman, Atman, Vastu Brahman – Nun porul in Tamil.
21. The embodied energy is Vaastu Brahman/Vaastu Purushan. The space enclosed in a building is Prasada Purushan – energized building – Building is a living organism, built of musical units of measure.
22. Architecture is the supreme achievement of mathematics.
23. Mathematics is rooted in the dynamism of Absolute Time.
24. Time is the vibration of Space.
25. Time and Space are equal.
26. Time is one of the subtle elements of Space (akasa).
27. Time is the causal element of all objects of the Universe.
28. The microcosmic structure is in total identity with macrocosmic structure.
29. The supreme space is throbbing every moment to express itself out.
30. Through the power of inner consciousness, the knower of Vastu should know about light aspects and sound aspects of OM pertaining to both inner and outer space.
31. Those who do not realize the creative dynamism of inner space cannot know the dynamism of outer space.

These thirty-one principles form part of the foundation of the spiritual sciences called building architecture of Sthapatya Veda, Vaastu Shastra and Traditional Indian Architecture. The technical material taught in Mayonic Science and Technology is preceded by a theoretical understanding of the manifestation process. Without this understanding of the dynamics of inners Space one cannot hope to truly understand how to use the technical notes on architecture and building articulated within.

What is the basis of all of these vibrant structures forms? Is there an underlying principle or set of principles that guide their creation? These are the topic of this University. The following is a brief summary of some of the relative ideas. These summaries are taken from homework and exam answers of students of The American University of Mayonic Science and Technology.
a) Vaastu science, applied in India since time immemorial, is the basis of other architectural sciences such as Feng Shui. It was spread throughout the world by ancient Rishis many thousands of years ago. It was spread to Western scholars during the colonial period even while it was degraded in India. Today it has undergone a popular revival although it is often mal - practiced and its true scientific basis is not well understood.
b) The Vaastu and Agamic scriptures are today erroneously associated with the religious rituals of Hinduism even though the original texts written in Tamil or Prakrit pre-date the emergence of Hinduism. The Aintiram is the grammar of creation written by Mayan and presented to the first Sangam 10,000 years ago.
c) Western science is the study of matter to derive energy for the material benefit of mankind. Vaastu science is the study of energy to derive material form for the spiritual and material benefit of mankind.
d) There are three subtle elements-sound, light and vibration (time) and five gross elements of which space is the most significant.
e) Self-awareness and vibration are the tools of human manifestation for both sound and light. Manifestation occurs in inner and outer space simultaneously. Light and sound energies exist as inseparable within the space atom called microabode.
f) The experience of meaningful form causes a luminous form to erupt from Om light. From this luminosity caused by the vibration of inner light comes OM light and Om sound. That inner vibration or pulsation is Kaalam(time therefore time is the source of all forms of the phenomenal world.
g) The unified field or Akasham (Cosmic Space), through experiencing, vibrates thus creating numerical measure then measured form. Worldly form is a manifestation of this inner form or vision.
h) A building, like a human being, is manifest space and is alive. A temple, being supremely manifest space, is worship worthy. The Vaastu Purusha Mandala is the perfect rhythm based spatial form.
i) Rooms should be cubical because “The cube represents the peaceful and tranquil state of the energy which in turn will bestow peace and bliss to the indwellers.”
j) The primary elemental energies are concentrated in the corners of the built space. If the space in a dwelling is allocated according to the subtle energetic qualities associated with that space then the occupants will dwell in harmony with that subtle nature. These subtle qualities are: NE-coolness- water, SE-heat-fire, SW-heaviness-earth, NW-movement-air. The Brahmapadam or Brahmasthanam should be left open to the sky because it is a receptacle for the luminous space to enter into the core of the building from above and below. The Brahmasutra, emanating from the center of the Brahmastan is the thread of energy combining inner and outer space.
k) The energy waves that permeate a structure have numeric measure and there is a resonance when the numeric measure of these energy waves is in harmony with the energy waves of the occupant.
l) The front door or Yoni is a point of entry for the life force or Kaala Shakti. The alignment of front and rear entry should cross the Brahmasthan.
m) The square, octagon and circle are the three basic patterns of manifestation embodying the gunas of peace/tranquility, dynamism and gross respectively.
n) Primal manifestation occurs when the Ekapadam goes in to self - spin due to the expression of consciousness and manifests as the 8x8 grid.
o) The Anandamaya bindu at the center (of a building) is where experience occurs.
p) There are diagonal flows of energy within the Vaastu Purusha Mandala. Their intersections should not be built upon. These intersect at grid lines at the 4 corners of the Brahmasthan. These 4 points are called marma points.
q) The 8x8=64 grid called Manduka pada literally means substance created by time units. Because the 8x8 grid transforms into a 9x9 grid of the same area the formula 8=9 is a truism. The 9x9 grid called Paramasayika Vaastu Mandala denotes material form. It represents the order of human beings in the gross world. The two grids are called Mayaneri meaning the order established by Mayan.
r) The various padas are associated with specific luminaries or devatikas. The positioning of the main entry will have great impact because of its association with the luminary ruling that pada.
s) The objective of Vaastu based architecture is to eliminate bad effects and allow good effects such as wealth, prosperity and spiritual bliss.
(Summary by Rob Sofio (Architect), Paula Baker Laporte (Arcitect and author) and Irl Rickman (Arborist, Advanced Students and graduates of The American University of Mayonic Science and Technology)

At AUM S&T we explore the significance of all of these principles as they apply to building architecture that is spiritual in nature and contributes to the well being of the inmate.