Indeed, it is still a powerful paradigm in mind, even the Hindus themselves, the Vedas and Puranas contain only the epics and mythology. Take for instance the book Bhagavadgita. Bhagavad-gita contains spiritual discourse given by Sri Krishna to Arjuna before the war Bharata Yudha, which supposedly occurred about five thousand years ago. We all know that the Bhagavad-gita is actually part of Bhisma Parwa, one among 18 Parwa book Mahabharata. Sri Krishna, Arjuna, along with the Pandavas are the main characters in the story of the Mahabharata. But in assuming the majority Hindu community though, the Mahabharata is not much more than an epic, epic story composed by the sage Vyasa.
When we explain that the places mentioned in the Mahabharata today we can still trace its location, people will still deny and dubious explanations. According to them, the sage Vyasa inspired by the place names, then writing fiction, which takes names like Hastinapur. Moreover, the people of Indonesia, especially Java community, Krishna and Arjuna is known simply as the characters in the puppet world. In fact, there are people who will be furious Java, to say that the Mahabharata came from India.
[...] When we explain that the universe exists because it was created by God, then they will ask: who created God?". If we answer "God is just there without being created and no-undefined, cause of all causes, the source of all things", the scientists would call us dogmatic, bigoted, unscientific and irrational. But look, they also do not dogmatic when they proposed the Big Bang theory, and other theories? Take, for example, when we ask where they come from "sea of which they refer to as the source thrower "seeds" universe? [...]
[...] Why the Book of Hindu Vedas and others considered mythology? Indeed, it is still a powerful paradigm in mind, even the Hindus themselves, the Vedas and Puranas contain only the epics and mythology. Take for instance the book Bhagavadgita. Bhagavad-gita contains spiritual discourse given by Sri Krishna to Arjuna before the war Bharata Yudha, which supposedly occurred about five thousand years ago. We all know that the Bhagavad-gita is actually part of Bhisma Parwa, one among 18 Parwa book Mahabharata. [...]
[...] They call it the theory of the Big Bang Theory. This theory stems from observations appear astronomer Edwin Hubble in the 1920's (Cremo, 2003) who discovered that the universe is looking to expand. There is a fairly complicated technical explanation on this matter, which concerns the wavelength and light spectrum. Simply put, it is evident that the light emitted from different galaxy captured by the earth's increasingly large wavelength. This shows that the distance between the earth and the galaxy-galaxy was farther away. [...]
[...] Take the example of a book, the person most familiar with the intent that is in the book, is the author of the book itself. In the case this writer is referred to as the ruler (author) for the book. To get spiritual knowledge or spiritual, vedic refused use of methods and anumana pratyaksa, Why? Because pratyaksa pramana rely on the ability of our senses to capture or understand something. While our senses obviously have a lot of weaknesses. We cannot see objects that are too close, or too far away objects. [...]
[...] From the above, it is clear to be a challenge for us to at least convince ourselves, before convincing others, that the Vedas and Puranas especially Itihasa, not just mythology. How? First, dealing with the scientific evidence that is often considered inadequate to support the historical truth Vedas. In the Vedas, it is mentioned that there are various methods or ways that we can take to mernperoleh knowledge. One is pratyaksa, which means relying on direct perception of our senses as the main tool. [...]
using our reader.