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The deciphering of the Indus-script with recourse to the R.g-Veda shows that the Indus-culture is older than the Vedic canon that was transmitted orally. The Yoga has the same origin as it can be deduced from Indus seals and tablets with a person sitting in a yoga-posture. This is also evident through the Yoga practice of the greeting of the sun, where the hands form the Indus-sign for the sun. Since the Indus cities were destroyed in a relatively early time the Indus-script was conserved as a word script. It did not develop into a letter-script as the Egyptian writing. The word remained a whole, it was not divided into letters. The Sanskrit-writing can still be recognized as a word script, since syllables and even letters that all end into a. We can learn from the rediscovery of the Indus-culture that the survival of a culture is caused through spiritualization and renunciation and not on egoism and the striving for an unlimited progress that turns modern societies so aggressive, that they not only kill themselves mutually, but also nature in a measure greater than ever before. Spiritualization is ambidextrous, which in the Indus-script is rendered by the sign of the double-archer , that is related to the creator-god Praj.pati, who embraces and protects all beings as is said in R.V X.121.10. This he does with his two bows that have no aggressive implications.
Like the Indus-script the Easter Island script also called Rongorongo has been regarded as ornamentic by some scholars. The same happened to the Egyptian script before its deciphering. In case of a canon the readings of two islanders can be used for the deciphering, if they are studied without prejudice as it was done by the author.
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