The image of Ganesha is a representation of the AUM/OM symbol, and also represents the regenerative and healing mushroom Amanita muscaria var. divina. He is the Lord of Hosts, the Lord of the Multitude of stars of heaven, and represents Sirius A.

In his oldest imagery, Ganesha is pictured in red with white spots, just as the Goddess’ dress is red with white spots. The sweet food in his left hand that he provides to those who know him, is red with white spots, and so is the Soma mushroom. It tastes sweet like honey! Kandi/Candy is one of the descriptive names of the Goddess because of the sweet taste of Her mushroom.

The images of Ganesha, his sweet food in his hand, the Divine Mushroom, the Goddesss, and Saint Nikolaos are all one thing. The divine weaver of images weaves away. The images of Ganesha, his sweet food in his hand, the Divine Mushroom, the Goddesss, and Saint Nikolaos are all one thing. The divine weaver of images weaves away. The images of Ganesha, his sweet food in his hand, the Divine Mushroom, the Goddesss, and Saint Nikolaos are all one thing. The divine weaver of images weaves away. The images of Ganesha, his sweet food in his hand, the Divine Mushroom, the Goddesss, and Saint Nikolaos are all one thing. The divine weaver of images weaves away.

The images of Ganesha, his sweet food in his hand, the Divine Mushroom, the Goddesss, and Saint Nikolaos are all one thing. The divine weaver of images weaves away.

Ganesha is the Elephant (ALEPH-ANT). ALEPH (first sound), ANT (agent), the first sound agent, the first Word (AUM), the first cause. ALEPH also means ELF, so he is also pictured as an ELF, in the form of Saint Nikolaos (Santa Claus).

This image of Ganesha with the Goddess, shows him with his red umbrella over his head. We understand what this umbrella represents! As usual, the Goddess is in her red dress with spots!

This image of Ganesha with the Goddess, shows him with his red umbrella over his head. We understand what this umbrella represents! As usual, the Goddess is in her red dress with spots!

Ganesha and the Goddess are often shown sitting or standing on a lotus, as in the images above and below. This is because the outline of the divine mushroom’s mycelium looks like a lotus flower as it grows out on the surface of a laboratory culture dish.

Ganesha is known as the red-headed god, as this image shows. Soma is also the red-headed God! Both Ganesha and the Goddess in front of him are sitting on the lotus of the mushroom’s mycelium, the biological foundation on which the divine mushroom stands. Ganesha is known as the red-headed god, as this image shows. Soma is also the red-headed God! Both Ganesha and the Goddess in front of him are sitting on the lotus of the mushroom’s mycelium, the biological foundation on which the divine mushroom stands.

Ganesha is known as the red-headed god, as this image shows. Soma is also the red-headed God! Both Ganesha and the Goddess in front of him are sitting on the lotus of the mushroom’s mycelium, the biological foundation on which the divine mushroom stands.

The head of the Venus of Willendorf and the sweet food in Ganesha’s hand are recognizable as the same thing. Both represent the appearance of the divine mushroom as it rises out of the ground, as can be easily seen from the image on the right. The head of the Venus of Willendorf and the sweet food in Ganesha’s hand are recognizable as the same thing. Both represent the appearance of the divine mushroom as it rises out of the ground, as can be easily seen from the image on the right. The head of the Venus of Willendorf and the sweet food in Ganesha’s hand are recognizable as the same thing. Both represent the appearance of the divine mushroom as it rises out of the ground, as can be easily seen from the image on the right.

The head of the Venus of Willendorf and the sweet food in Ganesha’s hand are recognizable as the same thing. Both represent the appearance of the divine mushroom as it rises out of the ground, as can be easily seen from the image on the right.

Ganesha is in red with spots in this classic image, just as his mushroom is. Ganesha is in red with spots in this classic image, just as his mushroom is.

Ganesha is in red with spots in this classic image, just as his mushroom is.

In all his classic imagery, Ganesha is pictured riding a mouse, or at the least, the mouse will always appear with Ganesha.

Besides being AUM, the big sound in the creation, Ganesha also represents the biggest sound in the biosphere, thunder, and the knowledge of the power of electricity (lightning) that causes the thunder.

Ganesha is a prophetic representation of the refinement of the power of electricity into the form of the computer. The computer is the most useful tool that mankind has ever devised.

The computer empowers the individual.

Ganesha is known as the remover of obstacles, and it is safe to say that the computer has removed more obstacles for human beings than any other invention in the history of mankind.

Ganesha will become the most popular of all computer trademarks.

When we use a computer, we are riding the mouse, just as Ganesha does. We have assumed the form and power of Ganesha and have extended our central nervous system into a world-wide web of consciousness.

We are Ganesha!

We are Ganesha!

Now that we have discovered and refined the power of Ganesha’s electricity into computers, and have ourselves become the mystical mouse rider, our responsibility to our fellow humans and Mother Earth is very great.

The power and capability given to humans by computers is large, and is intended to be used to distribute the wealth and abundance of the planet, not to guide nuclear weapons or engineer oppression.

Ganesha, in the form of the computer, has become the origin of completely new DNA. In a Washington Post newspaper article dated December 17, 2007, the writer states, “Today a scientist or student can write a long genetic program on a computer just as a maestro might compose a musical score, then use a synthesizer to convert that digital code into actual DNA.” Geneticists “have started a collection of hundreds of interchangeable genetic components they call BioBricks, which students and others are already popping into cells like Lego pieces.”

BioBricks? Lego pieces? The computer has given us the power to assemble DNA segment by segment and create totally new life forms. Write the program and press go.

The Washington Post writer goes on. “The cobbling together of life from synthetic DNA, scientists and philosophers agree, blurs the line between biological and artificial, and forces a rethinking of what it means for something to be alive.”

It’s time we re-thought what it means to be alive, and who created our DNA, and how, and why.

Ganesha’s colorful iconic (eye con I see) image represents:

  1. AUM, the Word that is Jesus, who said he was the bright morning star (i.e. Sirius).
  2. The Goddess.
  3. Saint Nikolaos (the Enlightened Guardian of the People).
  4. The Divine Mushroom of Immortality.

Because we know that Ganesha’s image represents the divine mushroom, our obstacles (death and disease) will be removed, and we will be guided and guarded safely and peacefully into the future.

Ganesha is an elephant. In Pali (a language many Buddhist texts are written in) the word for elephant is halth. Our English word health has the same root. If someone asks how you are and you reply healthy (halthi), you are saying that you are elephant-like, as strong as an elephant. To be healthy/halthi must be our individual and planetary goal from this time forward.

Ganesha is pictured here in the shape of a lotus. In a laboratory culture dish the Soma mushroom’s mycelium appears lotus-shaped as it grows out. This picture is Ganesha’s tusk, which he removes and uses to write the Rig Veda and other sacred texts on Birch bark, the bark of the the sacred tree of the Goddess.
Ganesha is pictured here in the shape of a lotus. In a laboratory culture dish the Soma mushroom’s mycelium appears lotus-shaped as it grows out. This picture is Ganesha’s tusk, which he removes and uses to write the Rig Veda and other sacred texts on Birch bark, the bark of the the sacred tree of the Goddess.
In this image Ganesha is covered with the Vedic Sanskrit language. Ganesha’s head and trunk are clearly mushroom-shaped with a mushroom umbrella overhead.

In this image Ganesha is covered with the Vedic Sanskrit language. He represents AUM/OM, the primal word/sound that is the origin of the fifty sounds of Vedic Sanskrit that radiate from Sirius A and B, the two stars that are at the origin of the universe, and are identified with Goddess and God. Ganesha’s head and trunk are clearly mushroom-shaped with a mushroom umbrella overhead.

Ganesha on the mouse. Here Ganesha is correctly pictured as being one with AUM/OM.
Ganesha on the mouse. Here Ganesha is correctly pictured as being one with AUM/OM.

Ganesha is the miraculous sound of AUM/OM that was and is the cause of the universe.

“In the beginning was the word,” says the gospel of John in the Bible. AUM is that word, the fabled Word of God that radiates from the Bright Morning Star that Jesus said he was.

Ganesha is also an iconic image of the divine healing mushroom of immortality, a substance that removes death and disease, the final obstacles.

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