The GOS 117 – He knows what you did!

The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.

The answers of Agastya Muni to the generic questions posted by devotees can be found here.

When reading some incidents, I just remain spell bound with surprise. How come Agastya Muni knows such minute and intricate things? With the world population being in billions, He knows each and everyone’s history. What they did, even those which they think is only known to them, give them a chance to rectify themselves and make their entire family happy. I feel, before the shakthi of Siddhas, we are merely a dust particle. Let us see one such incident.

A mother came seeking Nadi reading.

“I have two sons. One studies well and the other one seldom does. If there is any parikara, please ask the Maha Muni.”

“Studies? Don’t worry. The boys will seem like careless initially. Everything will be alright eventually.” – I said and opened the Nadi.

The Maha Muni narrated several surprising incidents and mentioned a few parikara to be done. The lady made a note of them and said, “It’s not only studies sir. The behavior is not also good. The one who goes to college, I hear that he roams with all sorts of girls. I am getting a lot of complaints. This is what worries me a lot.”

“What is his age?”

“Twenty”

“Is he behaving like this now or…is he like this from his childhood?”

“He was like this from when he was eight. I showed lot of love. But he does not respect me. He scolds me. More so, he threw the cutting tool at me once. I had a narrow escape and was injured lightly.” – she showed the scar.

As the Maha Muni had mentioned some surprising incidents about that boy, I wasn’t very surprised on what she said.

“What about the other boy?”

“He is perfectly ok. He fears God, studies well and loves me a lot. But I feel I have a soft corner for the elder one.”

I was looking at this lady quietly.

“Sir, will the elder son turn good?” – her voice didn’t show any hope.

“Don’t worry. Let us make him good.”

“Another thing sir. For him to become like this, my Father is one of the reasons. I am not sure why he does so.”

“His grandson right, it must be that love.”

She did not reply and left. Two months went by. The lady’s father came and said that the elder son had committed something and the police have taken him in custody. He sought for help and was worried very much.

“What did he do that the police has taken him?”

“Young blood..his friends have gone out of station with a girl and something happened there. The girl died. All others escaped but this poor boy was caught.” – the grandfather mentioned as if nothing happened.

I was taken aback. I said, “Sir, do not think that Agastya Muni will help in these things. He never goes in favor of criminals.”

“Eh? How can you decide this? My grandson must escape out of this murder. Ask Agastya Muni and tell me.” – he commanded.

“Bear with me. You will not get any words from Agastya Muni for all these. You may search for some other Nadi.”

The grandpa got furious. “Just because I said the truth, you are refusing to read the Nadi. If I had not mentioned anything, you could’ve read it right?”

“Even if you say or you don’t, the Siddha Agastya will tell me. If it is a deva rahasya, I don’t reveal them.”

“I am not ready to believe this. You are doing some drama here.”

“Why should I? Am I expecting money to read the Nadi? I do not have the necessity to read the Nadi. This is neither my profession. You may go now.” – stern was my voice.

He stood up suddenly. He is going to go out at once, I thought. But he fell at my feet.

“I am not an astrologer. To get rid of karmic effects, I seek Agastya Muni’s guidance and read it out to others. No one, I mean no one can command me. No one can threaten me either. If someone even tries to do so, Agastya Muni won’t let them lose that easy. Hence, beware!”

The old man really looked scared.

“Please forgive me. Please seek Agastya’s guidance to have my grandson live a good life.” – his voice and body language had turned abruptly humble.

“Let it all be. Why do you have so much of care and affection towards this grandson?”

“My love has been blindfolded towards him right from his childhood.”

“Agastya Muni had already mentioned a number of things about you the other day. The reason what you say does not seem right?”

The old man looked pale now.

“What…came in the Nadi?”

“You wouldn’t believe if I say, right?”

“No, I shall..please..”

“You are asking as though you don’t know anything? There is a crime you did initially, you seem to have forgotten it?”

“I am not clear as to what you mean..” – said the grandfather.

“Agastya Muni knows how long you are hiding this crime. You cannot hide it from me.” – I opened the Nadi for this old man to listen from Agastya Muni Himself on what he did.

“He is Sundaralingam, a wealthy man. He got his only daughter Sheelarani married to a person without her consent. She became pregnant and was admitted in a private hospital. The child was born but was dead when it was born. Sheelarani was unconscious. As there was no heir and that the child was born dead, in the middle of that night, this man took another child which was born in the same hospital that day and kept it next to Sheelarani. He drove the nurse who helped him do so eventually out of the town. That child is his beloved grandchild?” – Agastya Muni asked slowly.

The man looked as if his entire body is unscrewed.

“The child which was born to a drunkard and an immoral lady, got spoiled through Sundaralingam. He gave blindfolded love and spoiled him, is it not?” – when Agastya asked this question, the old man fell at my feet, grabbed them and started weeping.

“Sheelarani bore the child as if its her own. But the boy had the qualities of his own mother and father and he wasn’t curable. Sheelarani does not know this truth till now, only Sundaralingam does. She gave birth to another child after a few years. Does the growth of this child go along with the frequency and temperament of Sheelarani?”

When Agastya Muni mentioned all these one by one, the old man was really shivering.

“Sir, sir…let this matter be unknown to others and Sheelarani. Only you can help the boy come out of the police station.” – he pleaded.

“Sundaralingam…it’s not fair to hide this. Let Sheelarani know about this. It will be shocking indeed initially. But as she has nurtured the child as her own, she will cope up with it. For the sin committed by your grandson, he will suffer punishment and will come out. Till then, do some parikara.” – said Agastya!

Sheelarani was under shock for about four months when she got to know of all these. Then recovered slowly. As she thought of the elder one as her own son, that love took over and she started treating him just as before, her own son.

The boy suffered punishment for some time and due to his good behavior, he got out of jail. Now, he is serving a spiritual movement. The question he asks me now is this:

“Can’t Agastya Muni show me my real parents?”

Only Agastya can answer this. Some questions won’t get any reply from Him and this question sat in that category. Till this day, the question is unanswered.

~ to be continued…!

The Grace of Siddha – Episode 8

Sage Agastya saves the poor innocent girl from the grips of her own relatives.

The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.

The woman did not get controlled and bedeviled everyone. It was a scary sight. She had the glow of rich, her eyes reflected pain resulting from a persisted suffering for a long time. She appeared to be well educated as well.

“O Sire, only you should save me!” – she said crying profusely the moment she saw me. I asked the adults who were grappling her to release her.

“She will flee if we release her” – said one.

“She won’t. Release her” – I said.

“Swamy, she is possessed by devil, didn’t you see how devilish her dance was a while ago?!”

“Let it be. Now set her free. She won’t run anywhere” – I said.

They set her free halfheartedly. She looked at me with gratitude. I asked everyone to sit with a few minutes passing by quietly.

I began to speak “now, tell me what happened”.

“The girl is possessed by some devil. That has to be driven away, that’s why we came to you” – said one among the adults.

“Who told that this girl is possessed?”

“She was doing her studies and is very good in academics. Suddenly she said she does not want to, we let her as per her wish but then of late  she laughs to herself thinking something, she talks to herself. We took her to a doctor and got her some medicines, which she threw away!”

“Then?”

“We checked her horoscope with an astrologer and did many a types of remedial measures, but she never changed. Then we took her to an occult near Choolai Medu (a place in Chennai, near Nungambakkam in Tamil Nadu ).

“What did he say?”

“He was correct. He said that a devil has possessed her”

“Ok, what did he say as a solution / remedy?”

“He asked us to take her to Chotanikkarai Bhagawathi Amman temple (a very famous temple in Kerala, where people suffer from mental illness are taken to) and asked us to stay there for 40 days. If in case we cannot go there, he said he himself will cure her”.

“What did you decide?”

“If we have to go to Chotanikkarai, then it will cost us about ten thousand rupees. He said if we give him just six thousand, he will cure her. In the meanwhile, we heard about you. We thought ok, let’s ask Agastya Muni as to what he says, then shall we decide what to do. That’s why we came here”.

“What do you want me to do?”

“Please read Nãdi for her, whether to go to Chottanikarai or to this occult, ask the Sage and tell us”.

That woman was watching them answering and me asking them questions very sharply. She didn’t shriek, didn’t react be-devilish  never moved. I looked at her eyes which were pleading to save her from these people.

Having Agastya Jeeva Nãdi, I have the opportunity to meet many a different type of people. The greatest surprise here is that the problems they face will be very normal which could be solved by themselves. But those to come to hear Agastya’s clairvoyance assume that He should provide solutions to all their problems and they are adamant about that.

I prayed to Agastya earnestly and began to read the Jeeva Nãdi. As a “Deva ragasya”, He started explaining a few things just to me.

“Truly, this girl is not possessed or anything. She is an intelligent girl, studying in a college. As she inherits great wealth from her grandfather, a group is trying to get hold of it. They are trying to get her forcefully married to her aged uncle, that too as a third wife! This shocked girl tried to escape from them and failed and is suffering because of these people. We, Sage Agastya will save her considering her to be Our own daughter!!” – Agastya Muni said.

Further He mentioned, “that cruel uncle is just opposite to you, just wait and witness how fate is taking its toll on him”

The girl left out a shriek just as the Sage mentioned this, which was terrifying to those around her. I realized that the Sage is staging a divine play to save her indeed. Even I was shocked to hear the girl scream all of a sudden. Just now the Sage mentioned that she is not possessed or anything and she screams as if it was not correct – I thought.

Once she became quiet, I looked at her quietly. It was as if she wanted to say something, but since those adults slapped her hard when she screamed, she fell unconscious. This left me with a great inconvenience and I felt bitter. I looked at them with frustraion where they began to post series of questions.

“What does the Sage Agastya say?”

“He says that this girl is not possessed by devil or anything”

“Then what that occult told us…?!”

“It’s a blatant lie”

“So we don’t have to go to the temple?”

“No”

“Shall we go to that occult?”

“That is not required either”

“Sire, a small doubt, are you saying these by yourself or does Sage Agastya Himself says so?”

“I don’t say anything by myself. I read just what comes in Nãdi”

“What can we do then?”

“You don’t have to do anything. Just set this girl free. You don’t have to tell anyone that she is possessed by a ghost or anything like that”

“No sir! If you come home you will know how she tortures us. Then only you will believe that she is possessed by ghost” – said one among them.

“Sage Agastya confirms it right, that there is nothing wrong with this girl?” – I stressed a little.

It appeared that a couple of them did not agree to what I said. My intuition warned me that I must save this girl from these people.

“Is anyone among you the uncle of this girl?” – I asked.

A man with slightly gray-haired mustache on an unshaven face, slightly bald with a long towel hanging on the shoulder came forward with a rough look.

“I am that girl’s uncle”

“Can you come inside?” I called. He came. I asked him, “do you believe in Agastya’s Jeeva Nãdi?”

“I do” he replied.

I mentioned exactly what Sage Agastya mentioned and asked “you want to get married for the third time, to this girl. Is this true?”

“Yes”

“Why?”

“She is my sister’s daughter. His grandfather wrote a will on her name with a lot of property. My sister is a widow and I am everything for this girl. I got her educated. My first wife has a son who is deaf and lame. I spent all my money in his treatment and both my wives have passed away. Now I am in debt. If I marry her, I will get the property, I will get rid of my debt and can treat my son also”.

“I can clearly see your situation. But what’s your age?”

“Fifty five”

“You want to get married to this young girl at this age. How is this fair?

“Eh, such things are very normal in our caste” he said with negligence.

I began to read the Jeeva Nãdi quietly. What the Sage said in that tensed me up.

“Sire, what sort of a crime you have done, how can you? – the Sage is asking me” – I said.

“What have I done?” – he asked as if he does not understand anything.

“Just because this girl did not agree to your plans, you paid someone to get an philter which you mixed in a coffee and gave her. It’s true or not…? – I inquired as if the police does.

His head bent down of shame and said “yes”.

“The medicine he gave is not an philter but its something poisonous that affects the brain. Haven’t you seen the condition of this girl after consuming it? – the Sage asks you. Speak the truth without hiding anything” – I said.

~  to be continued…

The Grace of Siddha – Episode 4

The divine intervention by Siddha Agastya muni through the Jeeva Naadi in the lives of a devoted couple is marvelous indeed. Those who have faith is never forsaken. The couple had great faith in Lord Balaji who saved their daughter from what seemed impossible for the parents. It gives goosebumps to know that these incidents happened right here in our times.

 

The Grace of Siddha series can be read here.

 

These are not stories. They are real incidents. Read through these and do reflect if anywhere, anything in these series is resonating with your own self. Do you feel any of these telling anything to you? Do you feel yourself that any of the phrase is a reflection of yours? Is there an answer to you in these?!

All that I saw in the Agasthiyar Naadi took me to surprise!

This lad searched city after city but could not get hold of a firstborn child. He then went to a nearby town where he got to know about this girl child and he also confirmed that she was the eldest from her parents themselves. He went ahead with his plan of kidpap.

He should have taken the child straight to Badra Kali temple, but he was a little scared. Not because he was part of a terrible plan of murder, but he worried, what if Achyuthan abandons him after the plan was successful or what if he takes away all the treasure after killing him too?! Right from his childhood, he had a strong belief that if whatever he initiates has to succeed, he must pray to Thirupathi and if he does just so, the task will be successful.

So once he kidnapped the child, the thought of Tirupathi surfaced. “Let us go to Thirupathi with this child, pray and then shall we take her to BadraKali. No one should identify himself or the kid before these and so he should shave his head along with the kids’ and then set forth to the Badra Kali temple” – this was his plan.

But…

All these became futile. He escaped and the child safely reached her parents.

“There was another reason for why the parents got back their kid alive. They were stauch devotees of Lord Thirupathi Venkatachalapathi. They do padha-yatra (walking all the way to the destination, usually done during pilgrimages) from their native to Tirupathi every year and have darshan. This kid was born after a long time due to their great devotion that they even named her Venkatamma, and had prayed to the Lord that they will bring her there and tonsure, as an indication of their gratitude and devotion. But such an incident happened with a good ending” – Sage Agasthya narrated it like a short story.

“All is ok, but that Achyutha and the lad who kidnapped the kid, isn’t there any punishment for them?” I asked for which the only reply was “Wait and see!

Now let us see Achyuthan.

He began to worry, having told this youngster to bring a firstborn child for sacrifice to beget treasure, he was happy that the lad set forth immediately believing him, but since he did not return for a good amount of time, he worried if the lad was an informer to the police. Moreover, there was no need to sacrifice anyone as he knew that he is not going to get any treasure whatsoever. So he began planning to abandon the lad. So if he acts like an occult etc he could live with authority and used the image of Badra Kali. This is the truth.

A few days went by.

On an evening, Achyuthan witnessed a few people entering the forest, armed with rifles, and got terrified. “They are going to shoot me, now I must escape this place” – he thought. With fear overcoming, he began to run like mad.

He kept running and who knows how long, he collapsed gasping.

The place where he fell….was that of a serpent’s hole and he wasn’t aware of it initially. With the force that he fell on it, a krait (black cobra) came out and bit him. Not sure how many innocents he killed mercilessly, how many cursed him, he died a cruel death with all the interest duly paid, through a snake bite.

That’s when he heard the ferocious outburst of laughter from Badra Kali and that of a child. Some say Kali is devilish. It is true. She is devilish to the devil-minded ones for how come a child-like Sri Ramakrishna Paramahamsa saw her as the divine Bhavatharini if she is devilish?

The outburst laughter of Badra Kali heard!
The outburst laughter of Badra Kali heard!

“Just like the proverb “the mills of god grind slow but sure” – Achyuthan’s death was an example” – said the Sage later in the Naadi. I began to wonder ‘is this all true?”

Should you suspect Agasthiya?” asked the great sage and said “Let me tell you something in advance. A person will come today searching for you by around 6 in the evening. He is a millionaire but is not at peace and so is his family. He quit home. He will look like a beggar but he is a great devotee of Lord Shiva. A few miracles are about to happen in his life, that too after he visits here” said cryptically.

Many a miracles have been orchestrated by Agasthiya already, what is in store now? – I thought.

Just as the Sage said, at about 6 in the evening, a person came, reeling.

“Are you the one who reads Agasthiya Naadi” – he asked.

I nodded.

“Here, take this” – he handed over a small bottle, which bore the name “Pesticide” with half the content empty!

He was slightly foaming!

~ to be continued…

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The Grace of Siddha – 1 – The Grand Beginning!

This series contains real incidents about Sage Agasthiya helping people solve their problems and show them the right path through the Jeeva Naadi. This is the first episode of this series.

Om Ganeshaya Namaha 

O Agasthiya Muni, let thy grace fall on us always!

When Shri Karthikeyan started Siththan Arul series in Tamil, it gained so much of popularity that we started looking forward to Thursdays, when it’s gets published. For many of us, reading that post topped the task list for the day. Reason? Simple. It contains truth. It contains divinity. It contains simplicity. It is the narration of a person who devoted his life towards Siththar Agasthiyar’s Nadi that bestowed His grace to people who were in need, people who were desperate, more so to people who had faith and were deserving. All the great truths of the world are simple, but they are profound. This series is no exception. Plus, it fills the heart with so much of awe that it happened here in our time, just recently!

The incidents are full of thrills, suspense and turn of events that gives goose pimples. However, we feel the protective warmth from the Maha Muni Agasthiyar whilst reading them and so it is very comforting. It is like He talks to you directly. The series in Tamil, the oldest language known to mankind, combined with the extraordinary narrating skills of Shri Karthikeyan puts us right there in the scene, beautifully.

And there was this feeling that our beloved readers who are yet to learn Tamil were not able to enjoy this “must read” posts. Though reading them in Tamil is the most wonderful experience one can get, we have tried our best to give these series in simple English. We earnestly pray to the Sage to bless us with all that is required to take this up, continue and complete. Om.

Siththan Arul – 1

Many know about Naadi. There are countless wonders in Tamil Nadu and Naadi is definitely one of them. These are written by Siddhas for the mankind to know about their past or future, only accurately. It is so wonderful that many a people followed the revelations and remedies that came out of Naadi to solve the issues they faced and to know more about themselves.

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Who are these Siddhas?

The term Siddha came from the word Siddhi, meaning – enlightenment, paranormal power etc. Those who possesses this are Siddhas. They are aware of the trikala aka past, present and the future. They are Jnanis. Just like a CEO has secretaries, they are the prophets of God. A lot many people, in spite of their earnest prayers to God that did not bore fruits for reasons known only to the Almighty, prayed to these Siddhas and benefited through them. We do not know if any such thing happens anywhere in the world. May be it is the Almighty’s will to bestow His grace through these Siddhas.

What is a Naadi?

The Siddhas requested God once that whoever searches for them, surrenders to them, however cruel or crooks they might have been in their previous births, should be saved by God in this birth. God accepted their request. The Siddhas at once wrote solutions to many a types of problems in palm leaves, called beautifully as Olai Suvadi in Tamil. They wrote them in literature Tamil. Such Olai Suvadi’s are called as Naadi. There is a thumb-rule though. If one has a problem, then one must surrender to the Siddhas. They won’t be searching for those in trouble. Jeeva Naadi literally can mean that it is the Naadi with life.

Now let’s see some incidents.

This wise man has devoted his life for the welfare of mankind. He was blessed with the Jeeva Naadi, the olai suvadi and the responsibility of reading Naadi. He used to read out from the Naadi to those who approach him with such a request. Let us see the incidents from his narrations itself.

It was about 9 in the morning, a Friday. I came out after having completed my regular worship of Sage Agasthiyar. There stood a young couple at my door, tensed yet pitiful. I called them in and asked,

What’s the matter?”

We want to see the Naadi” – seeing Naadi means they want to know what Naadi has to say for them.

Regarding?” I asked.

The Sage Agasthiya knows why! Please could you read the Naadi without refusal?” – the couple said.

The Naadi I have is Jeeva Naadi. It cannot be read just like that. I will first seek the approval from Agasthiya. I will read if he wills” – I said, while checking the calendar as the Sage does not bestow clairvoyance on Ashtami, Navami thidhi, and on days of Karthigai (Krithika), Barani stars. I mentioned this thidhi details to them saying “Today, Agasthiya won’t give any clairvoyance and even if I read, I am not sure if there will be anything good that will come out. So, I can read if you come after two days” – trying to pacify them.

The couple were almost on tears. “It is far away where we came from and it’s not feasible to return. We somehow have to get a reply from Agathiyar. We believe he wouldn’t say anything wrong for He only can remove our grievance.

When I said “I understand your position. Possibly you can see anyone else who reads Naadi?”, they said adamantly “no no, it is through you that we have to see the Naadi“.

Jeeva Naadi is not like any other Naadi. Sage Agathiyar’s consent is a must to read it. Events of things not working out as it should when Naadi was read in these Thidhis were many. It’s ok if something did not go right. Worse fear is, what if the straight opposite happens? But I thought there must be something as they were insisting me on reading Naadi, so I thought “Alright. Let’s pray to Agathiyar. Let him bless them if they have the bhagyam (blessing)” I opened the Naadi and read.

You want to ask about your daugher who is missing from the past two days, isn’t it so?” – I asked them based on what I read in the Naadi.

They burst out crying.

Yes! Where is the child now? When will we get her? Is she alive?” they asked eagerly.

The child is alive indeed” – their face reflected the grievance lessened at once. “No issues on the life span of the child. If you want her back, you must visit
Thirupathi within 8 hours!” – I said.

What?! They took our child to Thirupathi? Where will we search going there?” – the parents lamented with worry.

If you take a bus from here, its 4 hours. From there if you walk towards path to ascend the Hill, Muzhangal Mudichu Gopuram comes. Your child is there in a corner of that Gopuram. The person who took your child will stay at Thirupathi for 2 days. Within that you can save her with the help of the police.” – I narrated the couple what Sage Agasthiyar explained in detail in Jeeva Naadi!

We shall go at once!

Why kidnap their kid? Who is he? Probably an issue with property” – I thought. But it wasn’t the truth.

Agasthiyar said in the Naadi “He was told by someone that if he sacrifices the child to Badra Kali, he will get treasure. So to seize the treasure, this sinner has committed such a brutal act“. The couple does not know why their kid was kidnapped. Agasthiyar has shown them good on an Ashtami day, for the first time, I thought.

I received a shocking information in the evening!

~ to be continued…