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    Gems from the Ancient Aryan Rig Veda

    Agni, mighty Lord, thou truly combinest with all,
    as thou art kindled on the place of worship;
    as such may thou bring us treasures.
    Meet together, speak together,
    let your minds be of one accord,
    as the Devas of old, being of one mind,
    accepted their share of sacrifice.
    May your counsel be common, your assembly common,
    common the mind, and the thoughts of these united.
    A common purpose do I lay before you,
    and worship with your common oblation.
    ‘Let your aims be common, and your hearts of one accord,
    and all of you be of one mind, so you may live well together.

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    Gems from the Ancient Aryan RigVeda

    "The mighty Thunderer with his fair-complexioned friends won the land, the sunlight, and the waters." (Rig Veda I.100.18)

    "Indra in battles helps his Aryan worshipper, he who hath hundred helps at hand in every fray, in frays that win the light of heaven. Plaguing the lawless he gave up to Manu's seed the dusky skin; Blazing, 'twere, he burns each covetous man away, he burns the tyrannous away." (Rig Veda I.130.8)

    "Thou, Hero, winner of the spoil, urgest to speed the car of man. Burn, like a vessel with the flame, the lawless Dasyu (non-White subhuman - ed.), Conqueror!" (Rig Veda I.175.3)

    "Stirrer to action of the poor and lowly, of priest, of suppliant who sings his praises; Who, fair-faced, favors him who presses Soma with stones made ready, He, O men, is Indra." (Rig Veda II 12.6)

    "He verily, the God, the glorious Indra, hath raised him up for man, best Wonder-Worker. He, self-reliant, mighty and triumphant, brought low the dear head of the wicked Dasya." (Rig Veda II.20.6)

    "Indra the Vrittra-slayer, Fort-destroyer, scattered the Dasya hosts who dwelt in darkness. For men hath he created earth and waters, and ever helped the prayer of him who worships." (Rig Veda II.20.7)

    "He gained possession of the Sun and Horses, Indra obtained the Cow who feedeth many. Treasure of gold he won; he smote the Dasyus, and gave protection to the Aryan color." (Rig Veda III.34.9)

    "For thou art he, O Indra, who stormeth all castles of the foe, Slayer of Dasyus, man's Supporter, Lord of Heaven." (Rig Veda VIII.87.6)

    "Blowing away with supernatural might from earth and from the heavens the swarthy skin which Indra hates." (Rig Veda IX.73.5)
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    I haven't gotten around to reading the Rig Veda yet, but from what my fellow comrades tell me its very good and a good source of Indo-European mythology.

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