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Refere**** abound even in the Rg Veda, showing that the perversion of brother**** was introduced by the Aryan savages who invaded India :

`Lord' Krishna l**** with his sister Subhadra, sharing her with his brother Balarama [ Mah.wh.153 ]. "In the festivals of that God [ Jagannath ], the 3 images of Krishna, his brother Balarama, and his sister Subhadra, are brought prominently forward; and the populace do not fail to heap reproaches upon Krishna, and upon his sister likewise, for having indulged in a criminal intimacy" [ Mah.wh 153 ]. Again,

" In the older tradition, Subhadra [ Krishna's sister ] is said to have lived in criminal intimacy with both her brothers. This tradition is universally known and believed by the people in spite of the story of the marriage of Subhadra [ to Arjun ]; and the Mussalmans frequently taunt the Hindus with the fact. The Pundits reconcile the stories by a fiction of there having been two Subhadras. As to Krishna's proceedings, they are explained away as Maya, or delusion." -- [ Mah.wh.153 ]

The Vedic Pushan is the lover of his sister [ Rg Ved VI.55.4 ] [ Apte 11 ]. No wonder so many Hindus have intercourse with their sisters!

The Aryan God Agni is the lover of his own sister [ Rg Ved X.3.3 ] [ Apte 11 ]. A true model for all Aryans !

Ashvins are referred to as the sons of Savitar and Ushas who are brother and sister [ Apte 11 ]. No doubt many pious Arya Hindus are the offspring of siblings.

The Ashvisns married Surya and Savitri who is their sister [ RV I.116.19 ].

Agni is the son of his father and his sister [ Rg Ved.I.91.7 ]

Yama wards off his sister Yami, saying marriage between brother and sister is forbidden [ Rg.V.X.10 ] [ Apte 11 ]. This is the first indication that the Aryans had at least some moral sense ! However, this verse is evidently a later interpolation.

Father-d**** occurs in the famous story of Prajapati (later identified with Brahma, in turn incorporated as an incarnation of Vishnu) and his daughter [ RV III.31.1-2 ]. Moreover, this act was punished. Prajapati is thought to have done something wrong, and Prajapati was pierced by Agni as a punishment [ Sat.Br. XIII.9 ] [ Apte 63 ]. This shows that a slight sense of wrongness of the deed did exist amongst the Aryan savages. However, it was, and still remains, a widely prevalent practice in Hindu society. The punishments meted out****uous gods are of little consequence and are probably later Brahmin fabrications designed to wash away the embarrassing episodes.

It is evident that the strict laws on male-female relations led to the repression of normal practices and played a role in the rise of various perversions like brother****, father-d**** etc. Strict ascetism always leads to the rise of perversions. Even to t**** of varying degrees (cross-cousin, father-daughter, mother-son, brother-sister, etc.) is extremely common amongst the Indo-Aryans. No other race on earth has ever recorded such a prevalence of this practice. Just as sodomy has its home in Persia,****ism in ancient ****** has its home amongst the Indo-Aryans.

Atharva Veda I.16.4
Kill the killer of the cow with the bullet of lead. RgVeda X.10.87.16
Those who kill the ‘Aghanya’, the cow which is not to be killed according to the Vedic edicts, their heads should be chopped off.
" The friendship of women does not last long. Their nature is like that of the hyena." Rig Veda 10-95-10 Periyar b.. " (When creating them) Manu allotted to women (a love of their) bed, (of their) seat and (of) ornament, impure desires, wrath, dishonesty, malice and bad conduct." Manu.9.17 c.. " For women no (sacramental) rite (is performed) with sacred texts, thus the law is settled; women (are) desbreastute of strength and desbreastute of (the knowledge of) Vedic texts, (are as) impure as falshood (itself) , that is a fixed rule." Manu.IX.18 d.. " Day and night women must be kept in dependance by the males (of) their (families), and, if they attach themselves to sensual enjoyments, they must be kept under one's control." Manu.9..2 e.. " And to this effect many sacred texts are sung also in the Vedas, in order to (make) fully known the true disposition (of women); hear the expiation of their (sins)." Manu.9.19 f.. " According to a verse in Adharvana Veda a wife is given by God to a husband to serve him and to bear him children. Further she is referred to by her husband as his subordinate and slave." Periyar cting Adharvana Veda 14.01.52 g.. " No birth is worse than the birth of a woman. Women are the root-cause of all evils " Periyar citing the Dharma Shastras a.. "A woman's intellect is too deep and too cunning to be grasped by others." MBh.Anu.39-8 Peri b.. " Fire will not be satisfied with any amount of firewood. The sea is not satisfied with any amount of water the rivers bring. A butcher is not satisfied with the dissolution of any number of animals. Similarly women will not be satisfied with any number of men." Puranas cited in Peri c.. " Women are capable of producing harm equivalent to the combined effect of contagionous fungus , a tempest, Yama, the god of the underworld, a fire pit that throws out fire continuously, the source of a spring, the sharpness of a razor, strong contagion , serpents and fire." Mahabharata cited in Peri d.. " A woman will not hesitate to kill her husband or her children or her brothers or any other person in order to fulfil her aim. Women have been mercilessly compared to a tiger and have been ill-treated and disgraced." Bagavatha Skundam. 4-14, 42-8, 4-36 Peri e.. "The following eight qualities are characteristic qualities of women. They are: uttering lies, unsteadiness, deceit, stupidity, greed, impurity, wickedness and rashness." Sukra 3-163 Peri f.. " Valmiki has written that when there was no request from anybody, Rama orally declared that voluntarily and cheerfully he was giving his wife, all that he valued and his right over the administration of the land to Bharata." Ramayana 2-19-14 Peri

Manu Smrti.VIII.371 "If a wife, proud of the greatness of her relatives or (her own) excellence, violates the duty which she owes to her lord, the king shall cause her to be devoured by dogs in a place frequented by many." Manu Smrti.VIII.372: " Let him cause the male offender to be burnt on a red-hot iron bed; they shall put logs under it, (until) the sinner is burned (to death)." Manu Smrti.VIII.356: "He who addresses the wife of another man at a Tirtha, outside the village, in a forest, or at the confluence of rivers, suffer (the punishment for) adulterous acts (samgrahana)." Manu Smrti.VIII.357: "Offering presents (to a woman), romping (with her), touching her ornaments and dress, sitting with her on a bed, all (these acts) are considered adulterous acts (samgrahana)." Manu Smrti.VIII.358: "If one touches a woman in a place (which ought) not (to be touched) or allows (oneself to be touched in such a spot), all (such acts done) with mutual consent are declared (to be) adulterous (samgrahana)."


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