Tuesday 2 August 2022


02 August 2022

Gajalakshmi Paramasivam



On 21 May 2022, I wrote as follows, under the title ‘SRI LANKAN PROTESTORS WITH AMERICAN MINDS?’:

[The above clearly explains why the Protestors gathered at Galle Face in front of Port City, why the President was asked to ‘Go Home’ despite the Constitution not allowing it , why Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa stepped down to make way for Mr Ranil Wickremesinghe and most importantly why the Americans chose to pass Resolution at UN level and banned  LTTE . That is however our global reality. As per my belief – the pandemic happened due to ‘Silk Road’ heritage being used for economic purposes. That is like disturbing the grave of a respected elder. The costs become exponential in current terms. The plague of the Silk Road became the Pandemic of the BRI.]  https://www.blogger.com/blog/post/edit/6863031047273509081/530109975693261924


More than two months later, on Sunday – 31 July 2022 – the Sunday Times Editor published her/his findings as follows:

Was it pure coincidence then, that the US Under Secretary for Political Affairs famed for her role in the people’s uprising in Ukraine arrived in Sri Lanka in March and the Galle Face Aragalaya started in April.https://www.sundaytimes.lk/220731/editorial/sl-debt-trapped-in-us-china-clashes-490552.html

Different pathways to the One truth?

Most sciences are based on belief in predecessors as well as current work. Former is known through indicators and latter is calculated on merit basis. When we take only the Truth from our past, we become our own ancestors in that issue. This applies to Politics, Astrology as well as Economics. Mine in the above was largely belief based – the avenue available to majority Sri Lankans. The readership of Sunday Times is more sophisticated and is likely to be driven by current global trends and of course internal intelligence in and through their elite readership circle. It takes longer than local belief to render one the courage to publish.

As per Tamil news site Lankasri News report, a Sri Lankan astrologer has predicted that President Wickremesinghe’s term as President would cease on 13 October 2022. Is this believable or not?

Today being the beginning of Nallur festival, I seek to use my Nallur experience as base, to analyse. My own experience of indicators were published in 2019 – recorded on 15 August under the title ‘UNP Blessed in Northern Sri Lanka’. The opening  paragraphs are as follows:

[I was happy that I was able to find a place in the front row to mentally participate in the poojah/altar ceremony at Nallur temple, in Northern Sri Lanka. All priests were in black veshti with gold border. Nallur Murugan is known as Alangkara (decorative) Kanthan. We had to make way for the vehicles carrying the Lord. Each day there is a different vehicle. When I noted yesterday's  my mind said ‘Oh! Yaanai/Elephant’ . I really melted because I was happy that UNP Government ministers were in Jaffna in support of Development work. To me it was no coincidence that they were staying at the same hotel as I – North Gate by Jetwing. This happened in February this year also.

Yesterday was more special because it was elephant vehicle. As per my realization the vehicles are the opposite of divine qualities personified inside the altar.  Lord Murugan personifies beauty without any ego. His usual vehicle – the Peacock personifies pride  - as in proud as a peacock. Yesterday the elephant – the most intellectual of all animals – became the vehicle of Lord Muruga who preached to His father at Swami Malai/Hill. The symbol of United National Party (UNP) is also the elephant. It could not have been planned and to me – a believer in both – Nallur Murugan and true Good Governance – it was no coincidence but auspicious commonness.] http://austms.blogspot.com/2019/08/gajalakshmiparamasivam-lord-nallur.html


I included in that article, a picture of Mr Gotabaya Rajapaksa  receiving the crown-blessings from a Hindu priest who seemed distracted. Three months after I published the above, Mr Rajapaksa became President. But three years later, the indicator at Nallur has been confirmed to be true by current manifestations.

The Astrologer may be proven correct in his predictions.  But the publicity can ‘change’ the manifestations, if they were politically influenced or if the believers in Ranil feel more strongly for Ranil to stay on as President. An example is as follows – published on 27 June 2009:


Sri Lankan police on Thursday arrested a popular astrologer, Chandrasiri Bandara, for predicting a change of government in September, with the present Prime Minister becoming the President, and the present Leader of the Opposition becoming the Prime Minister

The astrologer had told a meeting at the opposition United National Party’s headquarters here, on June 18 that on September 9, Prime Minister Ratnasiri Wickramanayake would be made the President in place of Mahinda Rajapaksa, and the UNP chief and Leader of the Opposition, Ranil Wickremesinghe, would be made the Prime Minister.

The prediction was startling because it was made on the day the LTTE was defeated, with its leader Prabhakaran killed and terrorism wiped out from the face of the island country after a 30- year war. In a statement condemning the arrest, the General Secretary of the UNP, Tissa Attanayake, said the government was not only gagging political journalists but had begun silencing astrologers also. A local wag said that Sri Lankan astrologers could develop cold feet about reading’ - https://www.newindianexpress.com/world/2009/jun/27/astrologer-faces-govts-wrath-62476.html

LTTE leader was killed on 18 May 2009.  But in essence, the substance is true. The person who was defeated was General Sarath Fonseka and not Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa. Mr Mahinda Rajapaksa was defeated in 2015 with one of his juniors becoming president, followed by Mr Wickremesinghe becoming Prime Minister.

The details of the manifestations are not accurate, but the essence was confirmed to be true.

These political formations are strategic moves by Sri Lankan politicians. In the great Kurukshetra War, each king joined the side for his own country and some for personal reasons. Likewise, in Sri Lankan politics and global wars.

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