What language does the universe speak?

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We all living beings need a language to communicate. There are different ways creatures of earth use to talk to each other. All chordate creatures produce sounds to communicate; there are also different sign languages in which some animals and physically disabled beings communicate. 

But talking of humans, we see people around the world speak around 6,500 different languages. What all these languages have in common is sound; all are basically sounds produced by the vibration of the larynx (a structure in the human vocal cord that produces sound, often called voice box). These all 6,500 languages are spoken by people living on earth, but what if we met other alien creatures of the universe? How are we going to communicate with them? Don’t you think we need a universal language? A language that can be understood in every corner of the universe, and even the universe communicate with us in that particular language.

Modern science believes, Mathematics is the beautiful language of the universe, and in learning this language, you are opening yourself up to the core mechanisms by which the cosmos operates. Also, we see all theories and laws are accepted only when they are provided with proper mathematics. Mathematics is a mechanical language; it can be an excellent language to build machines. But how can it be a language that the universe uses to communicate, as the universe is not mechanical? 

So does that mean mathematics is not the language of the universe? Louis de Broglie, a French physicist, once said, ‘Nature loves Symmetry,’ and we even witness this on our daily basis, whether it is the symmetry of petals of flowers or the symmetry in night sky stars. 

There is a famous quote by Sir Nikola Tesla: “If you want to find the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibrations” have you ever thought why he asked to think in terms of vibrations? Why not think in terms of numbers? As modern science suggests, ‘Mathematics is the language of the universe.’ Here is something we need to understand and accept that mathematics can be a language of the universe. Still, it cannot be the only, most precise, and appropriate language of the universe. There can be more accurate and appropriate language in which the universe communicates; who knows, it may be trying to communicate with you now by strong airwaves outside your house produced by the wind when you are reading this.

So, what is the language that the universe used to communicate? It is understood now that the universe communicates in a language that does not have any defined words but has beautiful patterns of particles’ vibrations. Similar to what the Sanskrit language possesses. The Sanskrit language is all about hard frequency vibrations. Future physicists might accept that vibrations produced by Vedic Sanskrit mantras are similar to what language the universe communicates in (This is what Acharya Agnivrat Naistik Ji, a Vedic physicist explained in his Vedic Rashmi theory).

ESA (European Space Agency) and NASA’s Solar and Heliospheric Observatory (SOHO) captured the dynamic movement of the Sun’s atmosphere for over 20 years and released a video and a tweet saying, “The Sun is not silent. The low, pulsing hum of our star’s heartbeat allows scientists to peer inside, revealing huge rivers of solar material flowing, along with waves, loops, and eruptions. This helps scientists study what can’t be seen.” Scientists are using the vibration produced by a star (Sun) to study what can’t be seen or understood by mathematics.

Don’t you think if we use a language that is all made of waves (vibrating at certain frequencies) similar to the vibrations produced by different events happening in our universe, we can understand our universe better? 

Have you ever thought Why Vedas (containing every knowledge of this universe that a human needs) are written in Sanskrit? A reason can be that the knowledge was given to humans in this language by Ishwar (the supreme energy). And I don’t think there is any good need to explain how beautiful and good language Sanskrit is? This is for the same reason why many schools of London, Ireland, Russia, and many other western countries have added Sanskrit to their curriculum and made it compulsory. (Well, we will be discussing more about Sanskrit in some other article).

This article is written not to disrespect mathematics or to conclude that we should stop using mathematics as the language of the universe, But all that needs to be concluded here is, there can be a more appropriate language of this universe other than mathematics to understand this universe better And that language should be made vibrations similar to the events that take place in our universe. 

“Sanskrit is not an ancient language; it is the language of future.”

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