Indo Indian’s.

I read the book “the 6th sun 2012 – 2021” it’s interesting to observe how Indians in America describe awakening as blossoming, Hindus in India depict awakening with images of flowers, like they were blossoming, these cultures have similar interpretations on the nature of spiritually even though they’re on different continents, there is a reason they’re both called Indians.

I was thinking since Hindu culture describe awakening in terms of flowers and lotus leaves and that flowers are carnations, could an “incarnation” be an inward flower?

What would come from a dark era as in kali Yuga, only a white incarnation or flower.

When we reach the full heights of Satya Yuga, an era of light, there will come a dark incarnation and various shades and colours In between.

As they say it’s all relative or connected.

The word “Dia” means light or day in Spanish and Portuguese and also God in irish.

I believe there once was an ancient link between Ireland and India and that the word “India” actually means “one God”, “one light” or “one day”.

Ein means one in German,
Aon means one in irish.

I believe the word “irish” has the same origin as the word “sri” or “rishi” in India.

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