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Veda Sarasvati, a Sanskrit name meaning “the mother of all signs” and associated with the Hindu gods Saraswati, Saraswata and Saraswadi, was first used in India in the 4th century B.C. by the ancient Aryans.
“It’s a good name because it indicates a certain state of mind,” said Michael Bielinski, chief executive of Ascendant Astrology, which offers astrological forecasts.
“We like to think of it as an astrolabe, or a map of the sky.”
He said that the name Veda refers to the mother of the five Vedas, the Vedas of the Hindus, which is the oldest known language of India.
The Vedas contain many stories and rituals, including the Ramayana and the Mahabharata, which are believed to have been written down by a great sage.
“Veda Saraswatis” are often accompanied by a large bowl or other container with a symbol of the goddess in it, and can symbolize the “state of mind” the person is in when they receive the message.
The bowls and other containers are commonly called “sages bowls.”
Some of the Vedic sages who lived before the Aryans also had bowls of their own.
“The Vedas are not necessarily the best sources of astrolabes, but they do tell you where you are in your journey,” said Bielinsky.
Bielinksi said there are many reasons why the Vedans chose the name Sarasvati.
“You can have the same name as the god of fire, or the goddess of the moon.
You can also have the god as a symbol for the moon,” he said.
The name is also a reference to the goddess Saraswatis (the sun) and Sarasvati herself, whose birthday is on March 15.
“In Hinduism, Sarasvati is the goddess who gives birth to the universe, and the sun, the god, is the moon’s god,” Bielinkis said.
“Aryans thought that the sun was a good sign for the universe and therefore chose the Hindu goddess as a sign for birth.”
In India, the term Sarasvati has also been associated with a certain deity.
The Hindu god Kali is known as the “father of the dead” because he kills his own children.
According to the Hindu scriptures, the sun is also the birth sign for women, and also the mother to their children.
“If you have a lot of fertility in your body, that’s a sign of your womb being full of life,” Bileys said.
A person who has a lot fertility in their body, he said, is a “womb goddess” who is also very powerful.
Bileyssas interpretation of the word Sarasvati was confirmed when he saw the signs of a storm at a temple in the Hindu Kush state of Afghanistan, which has been named after the area in which he lives.
The temple, called Bihar, is surrounded by steep mountains, and has been built in the 11th century A.D. by a local ruler, who is considered a Hindu god.
The main temple was built to the name of the god and has a large wooden gate with the name “Sarvaswati.”
“It seems like he’s got some special reason for building it, but it’s not clear,” Bilesons wife, Sarah, said of the significance of the name.
“I think it’s really just a coincidence.”
Sarah said that she and her husband had been on a date, and were planning to visit the temple, but had trouble deciding on the day.
“There was no one in sight and I wasn’t sure which way to go,” she said.
She said she and Michael had visited the temple before and were surprised when they didn’t see any people at the gates.
“But then I noticed the gate, and it was locked.
We went inside and there were only a couple of women, with one of them wearing a veil, who were giving birth,” she told ABC News.
“They were giving their baby to a very big, black-eyed, white-haired, bearded man.”
The baby was born with a white forehead, dark eyes and a white skin tone.
“When they opened the gate and saw their baby, they were shocked.
They ran out of the temple,” she added.
The birth was reported in the local Urdu language, which Bileksy said is a common language among locals.
Sarah said she is surprised that the baby was white, and thought the parents of the baby were white.
Bilesys wife said she thought the child was a boy because of the color of the skin on his forehead.
“My husband thought it was a girl, and we didn’t think twice about it,” she explained.
“Our daughter came in one day and started crying and said, ‘My