I was in the health food store and a gentleman came up to me and said, “I would like to show you something. May I come to your home?” His name was Kibwe Bey and he did come one evening, sat down on the living room floor and proceeded to make a smoky little fire. I fell in love with the fragrance immediately and so began my Homa-centered life. This was 32 years ago in 1976. Continue reading “Making the Fire the Center of Your Life”
The Parama Dham Fire Temple was established in 1973 by Shree Vasant Paranjpe in Madison, Virgina, USA. Daily sunrise and sunset Agnihotra and 4 hours of Tryambakam Homa are maintained here; on Full- and New moon days 24 hour Tryambakam Homa is maintained. Continue reading “My Experience at Parama Dham, Madison, VA, USA”
Jarek and I returned to Poland on April 4th from U.S. after “Civil War Cleansing Mission II”, a cleansing of sites where there had been massacres of slaves during the American Civil War.
As we learned on our first trip last year, there were souls still trapped at those sites waiting to be freed. And once again, the experience was life-altering for all involved. The very thought of being able to assist souls in being released from a state of limbo is beyond our imagination. We are deeply grateful to have been instrumental in this blessed task. Continue reading “Freedom Mission (Part II) – Cleansings of US Civil War Sites of Slave Massacres”
Dr Tung Ming Lai, Denver, Colorado.
|Report from Dr Tung Ming Lai, Denver, Colorado, USA:
I did some lab testing on Agnihotra ash. The results are interesting. 0.1g of ash was shaken with 25 ml of water for forty-eight hours and then the water-soluble phosphate content was measured. The same amount of ash was shaken with two different soils (5g) from Colorado (also 25 ml of water) and phosphate content was measured after forty-eight hours of being shaken.
The results are as follows. (The values are the average values of duplicates.) Continue reading “Agnihotra Ash and Water Soluble Phosphates”