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1. MARCH of the EVIL EMPIRES; ENGLISH versus the FEUDAL LANGUAGES Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5



This is a book containing a revolutionary idea about understanding society, human behaviour, history, anthropological features and many other aspects of human beings. The basic understanding that is being put forward is that languages, which are the software for human communication, are powerful media, which not only can help in communication, but also does 
contain extremely powerful designs and programs, which literally design all societies. Languages are actually powerful machines that can create a definite and pre-definable pattern, along which all human beings arrange themselves, to form different societies.

Different type of languages form different type of societies; for example, a group of persons who think and talk in Tamil, would form a society, which would have remarkable Tamil features, and identifiable behaviour patterns. A group of persons who do the same thing in Spanish would display definite Spanish looks, demeanour, behaviour and social pattern and arrangement. An English speaking society would be having its own definite looks and, also a very easily identifiable interpersonal interaction configuration


2. The SHROUDED SATANISM in FEUDAL LANGUAGES! Tribulations and intractability of improving others!! Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5


Learning English is a great mental and physical development and improvement. People, races and populations who have had the benefit of acquiring English in a most natural manner, by being born in English nations, or by being in close contact with native English speakers, do not really appreciate the fantastic benediction that they have been bestowed with. They do naturally seem to have a more mental standard than people from who speak feudal native languages of many Asian, African and even some European nations. However, they never really give the credit to English. In the case of most such people, they tend to claim that their mental unfettered-ness is something innate to themselves, by being somehow better than others. However that is not the truth, and is quite a wrong notion.

Due to the fact that I had exposure to both English, and to feudal language communication systems, at a very young age, I could understand the deep difference that was there between them. I took up the stand that English was better and I tried all my life to disseminate this language among others. I can’t say that it was an altruistic pose on my part. However, I understood that an English ambience improved refinement in the social system, wherein it was easy to interact without raking up irritations, connected to the varying requirements of a feudal language code.


3. Codes of reality! What is language? Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5

What is language? I think the easiest way to define it would be as a software that facilitates human communication.

However this definition of language would miss the mark by astronomical distances. It is true that it is a software for communication. Yet, that is only a minor part of what it is. For, this software does contain an immensity of codes with manifold manifestations. To commence the dissertation on languages, it needs be mentioned that this software does contain social designs. To make this factor clear, it may be said that different languages do contain different social organisation structures.
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In the same manner, different levels of words act with forces which have different vector component (direction component). I have already mentioned that each language has a different social design. Now, I propose to declare that each language creates different spatial designs in a 3-dimensional virtual world.

The concept may seem quite weird, cranky and even fanciful. However, see the world of higher mathematics. Most of the concepts and terms do belong to an imaginary world. For example, see the concept of negative numbers. It is not, in an ordinary sense, entities from the material world that one can see and feel. Similarly, even such branches of mathematics like Calculus, Metrics, and Trigonometry also, initiate from premises that can be defined as imaginary. But they are constructed on pure logic, even though the logic is allowed to operate in an imaginary world. Similarly, it is my purpose to bring in logic and imagination to find the virtual world where codes and software operate, controlling and designing both reality as well as human beings.


4. Software codes of Reality, Life and Languages! How I worked out the idea starting from zero Cost: Rs.50/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.0


I started writing this topic on an experimental basis in UkResident.com around 2005. There were a lot of unconnected strings of thoughts in my mind, which did connect to an idea that there is some kind of inner code links that exist behind our physical reality. Moreover, I had been making solitary researches and observations on the codes in languages, right since my childhood. This also seemed to connect heavily with the physical world. If fact, in my book: March of the Evil Empires; English versus the Feudal Languages, I did hint at this connection in the last chapter.

Later my thought processes went on to connect even to an idea that human body and life processes were all connected to some codes. In later years, I was to observe the efficacy of homeopathy, which I discerned as the medical side of this understanding. For, I had more or less predicted in my mind that if the human body was controlled and designed by a software code, then there should be a medical system that can rectify human body errors through a software approach.



5. Horrendous India! A parade of facade in verbal codes! Cost: Rs.40/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.2

People in India are quite frightened of the prospect of the lower-class persons or their children growing up in stature, education, learning, social connections etc. They very enthusiastically take steps to see that such endeavours are thwarted. Others also understand the compulsion that go behind such a heinous mental standard. For, everyone knows that the moment the lower man goes up, the first causality would be the ‘respect’ he had for his master and other higher-ups. Words change drastically. 

Persons whom he would have addressed with ‘respect’ as Ningal, Thangal (Sar), Chettan, Annan, Ammanvan etc. and whom he had referred to as Adheham, Avar, Sar etc. would very fast go down to words like Nee, Ningal, Thaan, Eyaal etc. and to referring words like Avan, Ayaal etc. There are other words like Chekkan, Pennu, Eda, Edi, Avattakal etc. all with very terrible sounds, and totally demeaning in effect. Even though a native English-speaker living in England wouldn’t understand the terribleness of these issues, to an Englishman domiciled in Colonial India the terror that these verbal changes symbolises shall be clearly understandable.



6. VED's ONLINE Writings PART I  Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5

The themes discussed some ten years back include effects of unfiltered immigration to English nations, effects of feudal languages on English social systems, the dangers inherent in opening up the frontiers of geographical borders, technical skills, technological secrets, inner arenas of social communication etc. to social groups whose embedded mental designs are not clearly understood, the dangerous of unbridled democracy, the relevance of British monarchy as geographical borders tumble down, the rampage of Princess Diana, and many such themes. The essential difference from many similar writings is that the author is from the other side of the fence, so to say; and hence lends perspectives that are not easily known to a native English speaker.



7. EFFECT of ENGLAND! VED's ONLINE WRITINGS PART II Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5

The themes discussed some ten years back include effects of unfiltered immigration to English nations, effects of feudal languages on English social systems, the dangers inherent in opening up the frontiers of geographical borders, technical skills, technological secrets, inner arenas of social communication etc. to social groups whose embedded mental designs are not clearly understood, the dangerous of unbridled democracy, the relevance of British monarchy as geographical borders tumble down, the rampage of Princess Diana, and many such themes. The essential difference from many similar writings is that the author is from the other side of the fence, so to say; and hence lends perspectives that are not easily known to a native English speaker.


8. Idiocy of the Indian Protection of Women from Domestic Violence Act! Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5

Before entering into the exact premises of the discussion, there is one more item that needs mention. That is the so-called equality between men and women. It is a theme that is ferociously discussed in many nations. More in nations, where actually there is not much of an ‘equality’ issue. It is like the claims of the Blacks for right to equality with the Whites in English nations, where actually there is not much of a discrimination as that can be conceived of as in nations like India. For in nations like India, such right to equality with any superior class of people, including the rich, government officials, social superiors etc. cannot even be pondered upon, by the lower classes.

In Indian feudal languages, it is a very rare occasion for anyone to be equal to anyone else, just like that. More so, the husband with the wife and the wife with the husband. In most Indian vernaculars, the wife is addressed with a You, that is usually used for the servant, subordinate, snubbed, oppressed and such persons. The same goes with the word She, Her and Hers. Moreover all the restrictions that the language codes impose on a subordinate in his or her communication with a senior are imposed on the wife also. For example, she cannot address or refer to her husband with a mere ‘name’. A suffix of a word of ‘respect’ is compulsory. The same compulsion is there for any subordinate viz-a-viz the superior.

9. COMPULSORY FORMAL EDUCATION: A travesty! Cost: Rs.50/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.0


GENERAL GOODNESS OF EDUCATION
Education is good to the extent that it does not limit other experiences, exposures, intelligences and capacities. Textbooks are not the only books to source out knowledge. There is an immensity of knowledge in other books also. General education should aim  equip the person with the adequate language knowledge and love for reading. For that, many years of school study is not a necessity in the case of many youngsters. That point itself deletes the need for compulsory schooling.

KNOWLEDGE
What is knowledge? Well, Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, Botany, Biology, Geography, Geology, Anthropology, Political Science, History and such things are knowledge. One gets to learn them from schools and colleges. Correct? Well, not fully correct. I studied the rudiments of them all from schools and colleges. But then, with my proficiency in English, I could read many and understand many of them on my own, from books that I got from outside schools and colleges. I am a graduate in Physics. Yet, I did have a reasonable level of information in many of them from this outside reading.

Well, did I feel that I was highly informed due to these readings? Well, the truth is that I was not sure.


10. INDIAN MARRIED LIFE: The undercurrents! Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5


Indian culture and languages: Before entering a detailed dissertation on this theme, I would like to say something about Indian culture and languages. In India, very few people think or talk in English, at the everyday level of social interaction. Our thinking and interactions are more or less in the vernacular. The peculiarities of these languages do affect our norms of interaction.

Indian languages are, more or less, feudal in structure. That means our languages discern society as a hierarchical setup and the wordings are in such a manner, so as to keep this structure intact. There are many levels in society, and these are denoted by the words used in addressing, and referring to a person. In our nation, the actuality is that many of the levels at times do overlap or do exist in an array of confusing social altitudes. And it also brings about a string of relationships, all members of which are arranged in particular levels of relations, with some persons coming above another person and some ending up below others. This sort of arrangement has a factor of direction to it, in terms of who should display respect to whom. Husbands, wife, parents, their relatives all come in this web of relationship, with a concurrent web of direction of respect to go with it. Along with it comes a sort of authority a relative or elder has on another person.

Now, in this discourse on married life that I am going to start, all these themes make it different from a typical book on married life written by an English author on the English people. And the reader may bear in mind that it is not a discussion on idealistic factors, but about the ground realities of the Indian social scene.



11. VEILED routes to resources in Computers and on the Internet, unVEILED Cost: Rs.75/- [Direct bank remittance] Via Paypal USD 1.5



12. Hindi In Australia: Behold the future!

1. Hindi In Australia: Behold the future

When the native-English speaking students in Australia find themselves being addressed as Thoo / Thum/ Nee &c. and referred to as USS / Avan / Aval &c. all of which are degrading words that paint dirt on a human personality, they have every right to react. If any Hindi or any other feudal language teachers use such words on them, they need to have the courage to give a cracking slap on the teacher.

The majority people of such nations as India, China &c. etc. have been crushed into a stranglehold of social and economic slavery by the cunning use of such words by the dominant classes. However, the suppressed individuals do not have the courage to react, as mentioned above. And hence remain in a state of hideously contorted individuality.

2. Teaching Hindi in Australia! What is dangerous about it?

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13. Gandhi and his 'Ji'; the grooming up of a fake


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The School Version
Even though I was a student of physics, I was very much interested in history. Since my early days, I was inundated with themes on Gandhi, in the form of ‘Gandhiji’ in themes on Indian history. The school version of history was that of a man, a saint, a thinker, a divine personality, a super human who stood out against the might of an evil empire, and came out glorious, defeating them, and reclaiming the lost freedom of the Indians, from their shackles. It may have looked fine in the history texts, and many persons were deeply impressed. Even though at the student level no one cared much; it was just textbook subject, to be parroted for marks.

The Multitudes
Personally I had nothing against him; only thing was that I couldn't find anything great about him, other than the rhetoric. As I grew up and started having independent understandings on the realities of history, I increasingly found it difficult to find his greatness. As I grew up, I started seeing a lot of ‘Gandhis’ all round India; in fact, in every village, every small town, in every social group, there seemed to be at least one ‘Gandhi’; a person who was the focus of respect and the symbol of simplicity; yet a man who kept everyone else in lower mental levels; by lower level feudal words.

An impostor in the light
Later my understandings on language links, and of the studded auras that is generated to propel persons to leadership, both propound as well as fraudulent, was to make me see Gandhi in a most candid light, as an impostor.



14. OLD MALAYALAM FILM SONGS - an attempt at annotating in ENGLISH


Now, what is so great about these songs? They convey a most elevated feel to the human psyche. In feudal Malayalam, everything has to remain in various social and mental levels. Starting from that of extreme lowliness to the heights of divine attainments. These songs generally lend a very ennobled aura to the human beings. 

There are the chakravartinis (ചക്രവർത്തിനികളും), salabanjigagas (സാലഭൻജിഗകളും), rajashilpis  (രാജശിൽപികളും), ajantha shilpams (അജന്താശിൽപങ്ങളും), anthapurams (അന്തപ്പുരങ്ങളും), agraharams (അഗ്രഹാരങ്ങളും),  rathisukasares (രതിസുഖസാരേകളും),  mayalokams (മായാലോകങ്ങളും),  manoharinis  (മനോഹരിണികളും), anuraghapaurnamis (അനുരാഗപൌർണ്ണമികളും) and much else. Then there are the thenivarikkakaad (തേൻവരിക്കക്കാട്and such other exotic sounding places.


15. The machinery of Homoeopathy

In the course of my observations on Codes that control reality (codes of reality), I could extend the idea to a software design and control over human body and brain. It is not possible to discuss the complete theme here, as it would be as difficult to explain classical mechanics in this small space. Even if it is tried, the ultimate question of where is the rope that pulls (gravitation) would still remain unanswered.

Homeopathy does not work on any drug, but more or less visualises human body as a software entity. Diseases as well as disease-causing-germs are just the design view of reality codes. Homeopathy just views a disease as a particular condition of the human body, which might be off normal. A slight code value correction might bring body back to normalcy.

However, it might be mentioned in passing that the brain software is also quite a powerful mechanism, and hence the mental or emotional state can be used to gauge the software balance/imbalance.
Since, I can’t put in more words here, I can simply say that if you open a picture in Adobe Photoshop, you can edit it using the edit tools. However, there is another arena where a more finer editing can be done, if you know it. It is at the code view area. [You can see both design as well as code view in Adobe Dreamweaver.] READ MORE....

16.  TRAVANCORE STATE MANUAL authored by V. NAGAM AIYA with Commentary by VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS

Marthanda Varma’s words: “That, above all, the friendship existing between the English East India Company and Travancore should be maintained at any risk, and that full confidence should always be placed in the support and aid of that honourable association.” 

മാർത്താണ്ഡ വർമ്മയുടെ വാക്കുകൾ: എന്തുവിലകൊടുത്തും, ഇങ്ഗ്ളിഷ് ഈസ്റ്റ് ഇന്ത്യാ കമ്പനിയും തിരുവിതാംകൂറും തമ്മിലുള്ള സൌഹൃദബന്ധം നിലനിർത്തേണം. ആ ആദരണീയമായ പ്രസ്ഥാനത്തിന്റെ സഹായവും, സഹകരണവും ഏതവസരത്തിലും ലഭിക്കും എന്നും ഉറച്ച് വിശ്വസിക്കുക.


17.  NATIVE LIFE IN TRAVANCORE authored by The REV. SAMUEL MATEER, F.L.S. with Commentary by VED from VICTORIA INSTITUTIONS

This book and other books
This is a great book indeed. Even though this book ostensibly speaks of the kingdom of Travancore, the core emotions that have been dealt out can be on various aspects of the geographical area known as the Indian peninsula, and even of the Asian landmass.

In my search for realistic historical writings on the Indian peninsular region, Indian nation and on the antiquity of the land area currently known as Kerala, I had come across a few books of resounding quality. One was the Travancore State Manual, written by a native official (V. Nagam Iyya) of the Travancore kingdom. The second was the Castes and Tribes of Southern India by Edgar Thurston. The third has been this book. There are others.

I had really being intrigued by the fact that no one seems keen to bring these books to the limelight again. There should be a real reason for this silence. On going through these books, I found that there are umpteen reasons for many persons to dislike these books coming back into the limelight from relative oblivion.

I will enumerate the reasons after a little while.

Generally the writings of the contemporary English or British writers, of the English rule period of the sub-continent, are qualitatively good, compared to the jingoist writings of the native ‘scholars’ of the peninsula. The latter fill their writings with their passionate loyalties to various local powers, claimed antiquities and caste aspirations.


18.  Writ Petition against Compulsory Imposition of Malayalam

The Hon’ble Chief Justice of Kerala, on the 25th of August 2011 has admitted a Writ Petition filed by the Administrator, Victoria Institutions, Deverkovil, Calicut district, Kerala with regard to Compulsory learning of Malayalam by all children in Kerala.

Of the three prayers, the Hon’ble Court did not want to go into the first contention that Malayalam is a feudal language that can bring in three levels of citizenship to the people here.

However the second contention that no person can be compelled to study anything against his or her wishes was admitted.

The third prayer that the State Government of Kerala should be ordered to provide good quality English education for the children from the weaker sections of the society was not discussed during the hearing.

Notices were sent to the Chief Secretary, Kerala Government, and to the Principle Secretary, Education department, in this regard.

19.  VINTAGE ENGLISH

A digital periodical on antique English. You get to read about the sweetness of classical English, antique history, grand adventures, maritime explorations, colonial experiences, scientific conquests, historical figures, solitary intellects, political experiments, social reforms, daring actions and much else. This digital book is for those who love a nation known as England that existed till the end of WW2. Pristine, and unspoiled by the swarming non-English and anti-English outsiders. 

Now that England is no more. It was a nation that brought in the light of liberty to the lower suppressed classes of many barbarian geographical areas of the world. Now, what remains is a nation that spontaneously reacts to barbarian codes and thus, reaches out to barbarian levels of human existence. This digital magazine was intended to be a continuing one. But then it received no subscriptions. However, if at least a thousand readers express their interest in this digital magazine, it will be continued as a free periodical.


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