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Boons offered to Kaliyan

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Ayyavazhi

Kaliyan was the sixth fragment of Kroni, the primordial Manifestation of Evil according to Akilattirattu Ammanai the Holy book of Ayyavazhi. Since Kaliyan as illusion spread into the minds of the Human Beings of the World, the boons claimed by him came into the world through the activities of human beings. As a whole, in human life Kali translates as "Materialism" or life for the sake of the body. The boons claimed by Kaliyan are:

  • The Crown, Chakram and features of Thirumal.
  • Sacred ash of Sivan.
  • Birth of Brahmins.
  • Power, and features of Siva.
  • Power and features of Shakti.
  • Power of Austerity.
  • Power and Features of Nathan.
  • Power and features of Lakshmi.
  • Power and features of Devas.
  • Power and features of Yama.
  • Power and features of Virgin Saraswati.
  • Power and features of Kali.
  • Power and features of Ganesh.
  • Power and features of Muruga.
  • Power to screen the activities of Ekam.
  • Qualities and Features of Prophets.
  • Power and Features of the Whole Universe.
  • The technique of transferring from one body to another.
  • The technique of destroying the world by serious diseases and robbery.
  • The technique of making the whole world fall sleep, by which he might fulfill his needs.
  • The capability of sensing danger.
  • The technique of controlling one's power of speech.
  • The technique of separating husband and wife.
  • The technique of creating frustration among common people, by which destroying them.
  • The technique of killing by practicing magic.
  • The technique of arresting the actions of Nature.
  • The embryo (from which it forms) of nature.
  • The rules and regulations for practicing witchcraft, blackmagic etc.
  • The capability of controlling and creating desires.
  • The rules and regulations of Puja.
  • The rules and regulations of Theetchai.
  • The fate of Sivam.
  • The technique of floating on water and fire.
  • The capability to land on and control the moon.
  • The technique of commanding and controlling animals.
  • The technique of controlling the planets and astrological phenomena which might disturb him.
  • The formula of curing disease (medicine).
  • The forms of Trimurti, and the technique of knowing their origin and the formula for commanding them.
  • The birth of Devas.
  • The formula and technique of flying.
  • The formula of commanding variouse gods.
  • The formula of Screening.
  • The formula for commanding Thirumal.
  • The formula for commanding Shakti.
  • The formula for commanding Kali.
  • The formula for commanding Devas.
  • The formula for knowing the Fate of the future.
  • The technique of stopping variouse exploding weapons, and escaping from them.
  • The formula for controlling variouse venomous beings.

He asked that by these techniques he might live in this world with the dynasty of people born from his semen. And he also asked that all his Kalicchi.

See also

References

  • G. Patrick, Religion and Subaltern Agency, University of Madras, 2003.
  • N. Vivekanandan, Akilathirattu Ammanai Moolamum Uraiyum.
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