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Returning to Goloka - Chapter 7


Returning to Goloka

Chapter 7.
Surviving and Thriving

We are not interested in just surviving the effects of the pralaya. No, we want to thrive during this period and use this time wisely to develop spiritually and physically for the joys awaiting us in the Krishna Golden Age.

How could it be possible to survive the disasters of the ELE? Should we plan to move into bunkers and have many years of food and water stored? No, that is not practical. If the disaster events would be over in a few months, then this could be a practical solution, but not for a period of time that could stretch to 10 years. Such a supply of food and water would only serve as a buffer and would soon be exhausted or stolen.

Security is another major concern. Most people will face these disasters totally unprepared and will become dangerous security risks for those who have prepared. If everyone in the Goloka Sanctuary Community has their Maha Yajña Vitara, then the community is Invincible, right? So why the concern over security? Recall that it takes about 55 months for the Invincibility of the Maha Yajña Vitara to fully manifest. There will only be partial Invincibility at first until everyone is at the 55-month level.

The best approach for survival of very long-term disaster scenarios, like we are facing from the coming ELE, is to form into fully self-sufficient, sustainable, communities. These communities must be able to continue indefinitely without reliance on any outside resource. The creation of such communities is not a simple task. The global elite and governments have been working on weakening the population and setting up infrastructure to maximize the kill rate from at least 1983. They have stolen over one quadrillion dollars[1] from us to finance their schemes. So, we have a big task ahead of us, with our very limited resources and not much time left, but for sure this is not an impossible task.

The overview of our plan is to design perpetually sustainable survival communities that accommodate 300 individuals each. We will design and build the first community in the mountains of New Mexico while communicating with individuals around the world, and providing plans and information so that 3,332 other communities will be simultaneously created.

We are not interested in creating a prison-like compound where residents just exist for 10 to 20 years, isolated from the world around them. We want a thriving community for all ages to enjoy an important spiritual growth phase in their lives, in full comfort. Each community will have a mix of individuals ranging from children to retired adults. Probably 50 or so will be school age (6 to 17) and another 50 will be college age (18-25). So, we will need a good school and university campus in each community. There will be 50 or so who desire to live the lifestyle of an ashram, so that will be provided. There will be young couples raising children, and older individuals enjoying their grandchildren.

The Goloka Sanctuary Community will be a miniature replica of Goloka - a place of peace, harmony, acceptance, unconditional love and happiness! The goal of the Goloka Sanctuary Community is to provide a place where like-minded, spiritually inclined individuals can rise to higher states of consciousness and develop perfect, strong and healthy physiologies for the enjoyment of the Krishna Golden Age.

We are not the only people planning survival communities, but from the ones I have seen, we will be the best, most comfortable and most likely to succeed of all such communities.

Overall Community Design

Each Goloka Sanctuary Community will be located on 300 to 400 acres of land that is over abundant aquifers to provide the community with water. The locations will all be in safe zones, away from cities, coastlines, nuclear power plants, volcanoes, fault lines and at elevations 2,000 feet or higher above sea level. The locations will have a comfortable climate after the 25-degree southward pole shift. For security reasons, no one will know the location of any community except for the residents of the community.

The overall design is for a number of concrete monolithic dome structures (reinforced with basalt rebar) including residential and community buildings (school, university, gym, creamery, dairy, gardens, administration) and a perimeter security wall surrounding all of the buildings.

Goloka Community Layout

There will be a secondary underground tunnel system and each building will have an underground space for those times when the community needs to be underground for protection from solar storms. The below ground facilities are shielded with basalt, which an excellent and inexpensive material for this purpose.

The first one is the above ground community structure, built around a large lake in the center. Notice the two large solar / water collector bowls near the bottom. The golden structure at the top is the large ashram facility where the community can meet for group meditations.

This community has the following buildings:

1. Ashram community center - 180 feet in diameter (located at the bottom, center of the community)

2. Three MahaVideha University (MVU) buildings, each one is 120 feet in diameter and all three are interconnected. (located to the right of the ashram)

3. Three MahaVideha School (MVS) buildings, each one is 120 feet in diameter and all three are interconnected. (located to the left of the ashram)

4. Production and Distribution (P&D) building, 120 feet in diameter (located right of the MVU campus)

5. Administration and Community (A&C) building, 120 feet in diameter (located left of the MVS campus)

6. Six garden domes, each is 120 feet in diameter and all are interconnected (located above the P&D building)

7. Six dairy domes, each is 120 feet in diameter and all are interconnected (located above the A&C building)

8. 121 residential domes in three rings around the central lake

9. Two Rain and Solar Collection (RSC) bowls, each one is 400 feet in diameter.

10. Between the RSC bowls are the Ayurvedic Center and the Gym, Recreation and Pool buildings, each one is 120 feet in diameter.

11. The perimeter wall is 12 feet high and 4 feet thick at the bottom, tapering to 2 feet thick at the top.

Side View of 30 foot dome home

This is a side view of the monolithic concrete dome design, showing the below ground space and connection to the tunnel system. The concrete of the domes and tunnels contains basalt sand instead of ordinary silica sand and this results in excellent solar radiation shielding.

There will be several floor plans and sizes of residential dome houses from 30 feet to 45 feet in diameter to accommodate families of 1 to 6 individuals. Also individuals can design their own interiors and include luxury upgrades and furnishings.

Goloka Community Tunnel System

The underground tunnel system connecting to the underground part of each building is shown below. At times during the pralaya there will be very intense solar activity and it will be necessary to live underground for safety.

Electrical power is from a very large solar array, located in two 400-foot concrete bowls, with the top rim of the bowls at ground level, that have a metal screen top over the solar panels to provide Faraday Cage protection during solar storms. These bowls also serve to collect rain and snow water and channel the water into underground cisterns. A huge bank of batteries is located in an underground concrete vault to store electrical energy for the community, sufficient for one month of continuous operation without any solar input. All houses and buildings are wired with 12v DC for lights and some light appliances.

Heat for each building is provided by an independent solar collector system that is mounted on the south side of the building. The solar collector heats an antifreeze solution that is stored in an underground tank to be circulated through the floors to heat the building, and also through a heat exchanger to provide hot water. At the New Mexico facility, we have 285 sunny days a year so we can expect about 40 days of winter without sun for the solar collectors. For those days, we heat the building with a wood-burning stove and hot water is provided by an automatic switchover to a methane heater.

Cooking and alternate hot water is provided by methane gas that is generated at each location with a home biogas unit that converts organic waste into gas and creates a liquid natural fertilizer for the grounds surrounding the home and for the community gardens.

The entire community is designed to provide a very comfortable lifestyle for the residents, safe from the turmoil and destruction that is going on all around as the collective karma of Rahu and Ketu is balanced during the ELE.

The communities are wombs for the development of a new Satya yuga humanity. The residents will be focused on their transformation from limit lifespan and capability Kali yuga physiology to the almost unlimited lifespan, intelligence and abilities of the typical Satya yuga human being. The Satyug Kaya Kalpa Programme catalyzes this transformation.

Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid

Every resident in the Goloka Sanctuary Communities will have a Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid. The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid is a specially designed structure that actually simulates the environment of Satya yuga.

The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid provides an environment that corrects the weaknesses in the environment that are present in Kali yuga and provides complete protection from electromagnetic radiation, plus an enhanced prana environment for maximum healing and development of the anamaya kosha.

The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid is an 8-foot square, true Giza proportion pyramid (mounted on a 40-inch-tall base) that is tuned to the manomaya kosha and the mental plane of existence. This is why meditation experiences are deeper and more profound in a Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid. Sleep in a Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid is more wakeful and energized as well, promoting witnessing of dreams and sleep. Sleep is deeper in a Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid, providing deeper rest to the body.

Some of the experiences in the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid include:

  • Reduced heart-rate and blood pressure
  • Increased vital capacity of the lungs
  • Improvement in the functioning of the hormone producing glands
  • Improved mental functions, concentration, emotional stability, higher intelligence
  • A sense of weightlessness.
  • An electric-like tingling sensation as the Prana Body is easily experienced.
  • Feelings of warmness, usually in the upper portions of the body.
  • Tranquility, relaxation and freedom from tensions.
  • Lucid Dreams with vivid colors and graphic visions.
  • External stimuli, sight and sounds fade away.
  • Time distortion, Pure Consciousness prevails.
  • Out-of-body experiences (astral projection).
  • Deeper, more fulfilling meditations and higher energy levels.


The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid has walls made of Prana Panels, which actually attract and concentrate life-giving prana, that is present in the environment, into the center of the pyramid. Your body can then make use of this enhanced prana to provide more energy to the prana body and the physical body. The result is a clear feeling of enhanced prana inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid.

Everyone needs a strong magnetic field for proper cell orientation and healthy functioning. One of the characteristics of Kali yuga is decreased vitality brought about in part by the weaker magnetic field of the earth. The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid effectively supplements the earth's natural magnetic field and provides the environment for the body to enjoy increased vitality. The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid includes a floor and sleeping mattress with over 900 grade 8 ceramic bar magnets that are orientated with negative magnetic field energy. The direct evidence of sleeping on and meditating in such a magnetic field (by Linus Pauling Award recipient William H. Philpott, M.D.) includes:

  • Increases cellular oxygen
  • Pulls fluids & gases
  • Reduces fluid retention
  • Encourages deep restorative sleep
  • Fights infection
  • Promotes mental acuity
  • Supports biological healing
  • Reduces inflammation
  • Normalizes acid base balance
  • Relieves/stops pain
  • Reduces/dissolves fatty deposits
  • Reduces dissolves calcium deposits

The air that is brought inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid is purified by an air purification system to remove all allergens, dust, and mold from the environment.

The Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid is spacious, measuring 8 feet on each side and is over 8 feet tall at the apex. One does not feel confined or claustrophobic inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid. There is ample room to perform puja inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid, to meditate inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid, to practice siddhis, do asanas and pranayama, yoga nidra and sleep inside the Satyug Sanctuary Pyramid.

MahaVideha University

Every community will host a campus of the MahaVideha University, which is dedicated to providing the knowledge and experience for rising to higher states of consciousness.

All of life is based on God (Krishna), and that is an inescapable fact of existence, whether one recognizes it or not. God is a transcendental Being that exists in the Absolute realm, which is eternal and unchanging and the source of the relative world of change, which is our universe. From Quantum Physics, we know that what we take for a solid physical reality is in fact not that at all. Instead we exist in a 3-D holographic projection from the Mind of the Creator. So, if we are to learn anything that is based on Truth and hence is Truth, we must base our education on the Divine. Study of the Divine and all of the aspects of the Creator's creation is fundamental to a valid education. Once we know Krishna and Realize Krishna, then if we are still interested in some mundane information, we are well prepared to learn it.

The fundamental question is who is God? Secondary to that, what is God Realization?

In the Vedic Literature, we learn that the Supreme Personality of God is Krishna and nothing is higher than Krishna, and it is from Krishna that everything comes. So we can define God Realization as the experience that Krishna is not only Real but also here, now as one's eternal companion.

There can be nothing higher than Realizing God. We require the experience that God is Real, not the understanding that God is Real.

We can call God “Brahman” but is that personal? If God is personal, then Krishna is exactly that. If God is impersonal, then Brahman is the “impersonal” aspect of God. But what would Brahman Realization even mean? Is it the experience that Brahman is Real and also is one's eternal companion? Can something impersonal like Brahman be a companion? (Note that Brahman and Lord Brahma are not the same)

If we take the position that only Krishna is real and everything else is a projection or maya, then to Realize God means to know that which is Real.

We want to align with those who have the thinking that is common in Satya yuga where spirituality is 100%, where God literally walks among us, i.e., everyone has God Realization. Today in Kali yuga with spirituality at 0%, almost no one has the experience of God Realization.

We see Satya yuga as the coming age and the ideal for society and individual life. We are inspired by Maharishi's poem about God. See Appendix 5. From this poem, Maharishi seems to have the perspective of one who has realized God. Therefore, we insist that God is Real, and we know from the Vedic Literature that God has a name, and that name is Krishna.

MahaVideha School for Children

Our children are the future and must receive an education that allows them to unfold naturally as creative individuals who understand the goal of human existence and desire to seek that as their top priority. The curriculum in an MahaVideha School addresses the whole development of the child in a Satya yuga environment. At the Goloka Sanctuary Communities there is total balance in Nature, and all individuals live in perfect harmony with each other and with God. Living life in full human potential is the norm and all around there is only unconditional love and acceptance. All aspects of the personality of the child are developed - physical health, practical skills, moral integrity and strength, emotional balance, socio-ecological awareness and responsibility, intellectual knowledge, creative expression, intuition and spiritual understanding.

The communities are wombs for the development of a new Satya yuga humanity. The residents will be focused on their transformation from a limited lifespan and capability Kali yuga physiology to an almost unlimited lifespan, intelligence and abilities of the typical Satya yuga human being. The Satyug Kaya Kalpa Programme catalyzes this transformation.

[1] 1 quadrillion dollars is a huge pile of $100 bills - imagine a stack that is 7 feet tall and covers over 2,000 acres - roughly the size of 2,000 football fields

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Darshana Purohit, India , November 11, 2015 at 12:25 PM | Reply
Very good project! Our real relationship is with God, but we have ignored our aim, and instead choose aimless life. Then we finally discover the reality but the life of time has been spent. Thank you for waking me up!

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