White Tara

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White Tara

White Tara, known as Sita Tara in Sanskrit, is worshipped as the mother of all Buddhas and an embodiment of the maternal aspect of compassion. Her white color is a symbol of purity, the immaculate truth of the Dharma and perfectly pure wisdom. She is also associated with long life, the healing of physical and mental illnesses, and the elimination of difficulties that appear on the road to the ultimate goal of enlightenment. Her power is related to the prevention of accidents, natural disasters, lack of physical vitality, and anything that could endanger life.

The white form of Tara is very popular in Tibet, where she is known as Drolma Karmo or Drolkar. In the pantheon of Tibetan Buddhism, she serves as the main deity of longevity together with Amitayus and Ushnishavijaya. Tibetans worships Tara as one of the most important deities along with Avalokiteshvara, the bodhisattva of compassion. They recognize her enlightened nature reincarnated in women with extraordinary qualities. This tradition is spread through the regions of Tibetan Buddhism, including Mongolia.[1]

Ellora Caves Yantras

The same templar knowledge existed all over the world in the ancient human culture and extends into many of the most ancient sacred Buddhist and Hindu temple sites. Such examples can still be seen in the remaining spectacular artifacts and Yantras found at the Ajanta and Ellora Caves in Maharashtra. It is not an accident that Maharashtra is one of the most industrialized areas of India. Major cities and financial centers have been purposely set up near powerful dragon lines and Yantra Geometric Grids for the purpose of harvesting their powerful energies for the elites, as well as for obfuscating their natural spiritual benefits from public knowledge. The ancient templars and builders set up spectacular divine architecture and geometric designs of Yantras within this local grid network to flow dragon energy into the temples, underground caves and tunnels.

This area of the grid contains multiple intersections of dragon nodes that were being utilized for the purpose of creating powerful links for communicating directly with the Gods above and for reaping their higher energy benefits. This particular grid location holds many yantra configurations that link into the powerful portal openings of the Triple Solar Goddess principle of Tara that embodies the higher qualities of truth and liberation, currently being reclaimed for supporting the planetary collective consciousness. The Ellora Caves and tunnel system have spiritual yantra links with the Cosmic Mother’s planetary consciousness within her triple forms; in the past as Green Tara, in the present as Blue Tara the liberator and in the future as White Tara, who is representative of the Cosmic Mother Sophia risen that exists as an eternal pillar of divine grace beyond all time and space. [2]


See Also:

Green Tara

Blue Tara

Triple Solar Goddess

Cosmic Mother

Mother Arc Hubs

Yod of Father God