Three Riddles and Their Solution

By: Stephanie Ellison

{In a chain-reaction series of events (a lecture by Major General G. D. Bakshi at IIT Madras, an objection by a student  – Abhinav Surya – thereto, an article about the merit of what Mr. Baksi had said posted on this site, a comment by a reader – Stephanie Ellison – to that article), three riddles were posed on this site seeking their solution. By way of a comment, their solution has been given by Stephanie Ellison. We are posting that solution here. But, first the three riddles: “Three riddles to solve; all possible answers are given and you have to choose one – the correct one; to help you choose, clue to each riddle is given. Riddles No. 1 and 2 carry 2.5 marks each and Riddle No. 3 carries 5 marks. (It is also a riddle!) Riddle No. 1: Which thought, when put in action, brings our world more close to the danger of annihilation by an atomic war? a) Nazis’ thought that the (alleged) Aryans have a right to subjugate and rule the world b) Communists’ thought that the (alleged) proletariat have a right to establish their world dictatorship c) Islamic thought (of a sect) that God has ordered its adherents to put everything, including their lives, at stake to bring entire world into its fold.  (Clue – The problem and solutions relate only to the present times). Riddle No. 2:  If a nation is constantly harassed and again and again attacked by the most dangerous thought’s followers (depending upon your choice as to which one is most dangerous thought), what the victim nation should do? a) It should surrender to the aggressor b) It should defend itself and get ready for the next attack c) It should ensure that the attacker is never in a position to attack again. (Clue – Answer relates to Major General Bakshi’s lecture). Riddle No. 3: (Depending upon your choice to riddles No. 1 and 2) When such a victim nation is dealing with its problem, what should be the reaction of rest of the world? a) Others should remain aloof and non-concerned till they too are attacked by the belligerent thought b) Others should help the victim and wait till their turn comes c) All should unite and find a permanent solution to the belligerent thought.}

My solution:

Thank you. Indeed, I agree wholeheartedly that these are the answers we are looking for.

Riddle 1 – the Nazi’s times have come to pass already, the Communists might still be a threat, but nothing compared to the Cold War era, but Muslims present a clear danger and threat to everyone, Christian, Jew, and ESPECIALLY Hindu.

Riddle 2 – “A” means get ready to witness what the Native Americans did at the hands of Christian missionaries, some of my Cherokee ancestors being some of them – 85% of those in the western Cherokee Nation in Oklahoma state are Baptist, nearly the rest of them are some other denomination of Christianity, and just a handful who would know anything about the traditional knowledge system (and they will not share the entire details with us for it could be used against them). “B” means the attacks will never stop. “C” means problem solved. It also means you have to wipe them out. Plain and simple. War unfortunately is required, but that is the duty required of Arjuna on Kurukṣetra, because this is literally the battle between truth and untruth. I doubt that we have time to go through all 18 yogas at a leisure pace.

Riddle 3 – “A” is how the world gets taken over. “B” is merely reacting to the situation without doing anything proactive about the situation. “C” is what is required. However, people are under the illusion that Islam is a religion of peace. There is no such thing. In fact, I would like to give you this:

Islam is really a military-based pan-Arabic conquest political movement disguised as a religion, a cult even, and it must be handled as such. This is part of the Western Universalism that says that “all religions are the same.” Islam is NOT a religion of peace. EDUCATE yourselves!

Please read:

“Understanding Muhammad” (Read this book here)

“Unmasking Muhammad” (Read this book here)

Click to access SujitDas_Unmasking_Muhammad.pdf

“Why I am Not a Muslim” (Read this book here)

Click to access Ibn%20Warraq%20-%20Why%20I%20Am%20Not%20a%20Muslim.pdf

“Malignant Self-Love Narcissism Revisited” (Read this book here)

Click to access narcissistleader.pdf

“Debunking the Myth of Science in the Quran” (Read this book here)…/documents/science-in-the-quran-pdf

“Islam Undressed” (Read this book here)

Appendixes A-C are located here for this book:

“Probing Islam” (Read this book here)

Click to access Probing%20Islam.pdf

(Or, read here)

Click to access Probing%20Islam.pdf

“Understanding Muhammad,” Unmasking Muhammad,” “Why I am Not a Muslim” are books that focus mainly on the psychology and disabilities of Muhammad as a leader for a cult, and why this is a cult situation.

“Malignant Self-Love Narcissism Revisited” goes deeper into the layman’s understanding of what narcissism is from the perspective of DSM-V (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders version 5), and HINDUS, this book lists Donald Trump as one of these patients…

The “Debunking…” book is self-explanatory.

“Islam Undressed” doesn’t get into Muhammad like the first four books, but focuses mainly on external events like invasions, crimes, societal actions, jihad, AND the Quran, ahadith, and sirah references to back it up (however, the links embedded in the book appendixes A-C do not work, so you have to look for them in, which is EXTENSIVE.

“Probing Islam” is basically a debate between Ali Sina and two Islamic scholars in Pakistan. Also, you are given an insight into an educated moderate Muslim’s views, which will show you how moderate Muslims regard jihad and how they think the non-Muslims should be treated. Please understand that the Islamic scholars could not address the author’s questions and in fact had the author’s website blocked out in Pakistan and wouldn’t publish their letters on their web site.

Other books to read, but I have not read yet, include:

“The Revived Caliphate”

Click to access Ebook-The-REVIVED-CALIPHATE-2014.pdf

“Arabia and the Arabs”

Click to access isl405.pdf

What the Koran Really Says – “Leaving Islam: Apostates Speak Out” (Read this book here)

(Or, read here)…/0B3_F-NfiYRhCbzh4aG1oSm1QYms

“Islamic Jihad: A Legacy of Forced Conversion, Imperialism and Slavery” (Read this book here)

Click to access islamic-jihad-legacy-of-forced-conversion-imperialism-slavery.pdf

(Or, read here)…/islamic-jihad-legacy-of…

Now, there is a series of “Black Flag” books as as listed below. It appears that these books are written by Muslims. It is important to read them to get a Muslims perspective on the conflicts and where they think they are going.

“Black Flags From the East”

Click to access black-flags-from-the-east.pdf

“Black Flags From Syria”

Click to access Black-Flags-from-Syria-Ebook-FULL.pdf

“Black Flags from Arabia”

Click to access Black-Flags-from-ARABIA.pdf

“Black Flags from Persia”

Click to access 4-Ebook-Black-Flags-from-PERSIA.pdf

“Black Flags from Rome”

Click to access Ebook-blackFlags-from-rome.pdf

“Black Flags from Palestine”

Click to access EbookBlackFlagsFromPalestine.pdf

When reading the Black Flag books, please keep in the mind the absence of discussion of social mores as discussed in the books of the first 6 books listed, and notice how normal it seems to not address the issues addressed in the previously-mentioned books.

Black Flags From the East discusses what has happened in recent history from the 1980s, who the major players are (key leaders and organizations), the breadth of world-wide organizations serving as sleeper cells and active units around the world, where it thinks Muslim conquest of the world is going, and it shows in a map that the Muslim population of over 50% is more than the size of the Americas combined. Also, it shows how Al-Qa’idah formed from a few Arab-Afghans into a global insurgency who aims to establish a Global Islamic Caliphate by the year 2020. Supposedly, we have a foothold situation in Dearborn, Michigan; Sweeney, Texas, and possibly 20 other locations around the country.

Black Flags from Syria focuses mainly on Syria with additional information from movements, battles, consolidations related to Syria, though outside of the country. Guerrilla warfare is briefly discussed, especially in countries like Iraq, where there are a lot more cities and battles can be drawn out into street-by-street fighting. A brief background is given on the war in Iraq (2003-2011) and the lessons the Muslims supposedly learned from it, giving way to the focus of this book, Syria. It covers the rise of ISIS, and Al Qa’idah’s 7 step Strategy for a Global Caliphate by 2020. Some of these steps have already taken place. Are you ready for this in a few short years? More detail is given for how step seven is likely to happen, which is the global war between Muslims and Christians (and anyone else who fights against Muslims). It briefly touches on Israel as its enemy and its defeat with a very large army. Further discussion on ancillary ideas and tactics is discussed, especially what goes on inside Al Qa’idah. Ultimately, the book makes it clear that the only way to stop this is to have full-scale war or nuclear war, the latter being most cost- and time-efficient (put bluntly, the number of people in the Middle East sympathetic to the Muslim Caliphate cause is larger that the largest 3 or 4 armies put together, and by the time it’s over, every single person on Earth will know at least 2-5 people dead from this full-scale conventional war). If you recall from the first 5 books listed above, there is normally no mental return for Muslims upon conversion. The damage is done, and most likely, it cannot be reversed.

Black Flags from Arabia gives a brief history of the modern conflict in Arabia, explains how the conflicts in countries neighboring Arabia will lead to the fall of the “tyrant rulers” in the entire Muslim world, and how this will give rise to the Global Khilafah (Caliphate) which begins from Makkah, Arabia. It starts with the beginning of Al Qa’idah in Saudi Arabia in 1979. It reveals how Saudi Arabia’s relationship has changed with the Middle East as a result of American presence there. It touches on 9/11, the Iraq war of 2003, prison breakouts by militants in countries like Iraq, and it give more information about the Islamic state. There is also a section that gives you an idea of a personal history of one of these soldiers who went to fight in Aleppo, Syria. It also show the intended range of conquest in the next several years, all the way from the Philippines to Rome, Italy. You get an inside view of a militant’s view of things taken in an online interview.

Black Flags from Persia shifts the focus to present-day Iran, and other areas. It in particular gives an idea of what they intend to accomplish by 2020, the defeat and return of Saudi Arabia to pre-American relations status with the rest of the Middle East, the conquest of Rome, and Muslims infiltrating Europe to prepare it for the invasion from the east. A bonus is an interview of a Muslim wife and her experience in the Islamic State in table format. In the beginning, they “talk” about pre-Islamic Persia, as though it was irreligious, women sleeping around with multiple men (hey, wait a minute! What about Muslim men’s present-day practice of having four wives??), etc. You would need to read the book, Arabia and the Arabs to get a fuller picture of pre-Islamic Arabia. It also touches on the continuing conflict between Shi’a and Sunni Muslims, and this is where you see again that this book series is in favor of Sunnis, not Shi’as.

Black Flags from Rome moves the focus to Europe, discussing the history of jihad in Europe and the coming insurgency there. It gives a good picture of what has happened for generations of Muslims in Europe concisely. It brings the attention to the view that Europe is returning to the Dark Ages (due to the financial recession), armed gangs forming into militias for racist politicians, and a Caliphate growing across the Mediterranean sea in Africa. The question it attempts to address is, “How does this mix of chaos lead to the conquest of Rome?” It is very clear what they say they are going to do in regards to how they are going to invade Europe. One extreme danger it points out is white/European Muslim converts, which would be impossible to identify and catch before action is taken, which is why it is crucial that this pan-Arabic ideology is wiped out. Here, you really begin to see the pro-Muslim bias in regards to why economic conditions are the way they are and how Muslims view themselves in comparison to non-Muslims.

Black Flags from Palestine finally shifts the focus to Israel and Palestine, giving a historical account of Israel from the author’s perspective, goals of Israel and more recent history of the 20th century, and supposedly an inside view of what it’s like to live in Israel and the government defense structure, before covering Palestine and some information about it. It goes on to cover the “Islamic State Project” centered on dealing with Israel and Palestine. The book appears to end the entire series of Black Flags with the “End of Time Battles.”

These Black Flags books are based on knowledge as is perceived by Muslims, so you have to take some things with a grain of salt, like Muhammad was revealed in the Syria book to have discussed future technology like cars, and future predictions of Islamic events to come to pass as “prophesied.” You can sense cultish thinking that seem out of line with reality, such as Israel being superior financially and militarily to the US, that they can defeat superior armies like the US and Russia. Another aspect is lying to conceal plans that have not be revealed thus, and may in fact not be true. Europe, nonetheless, must be ready for anything.

All of these books explain why the liberal, left perspective about giving Islam respect as a religion of peace is incorrect and will get all of us killed or enslaved.

Furthermore, there are additional books to read at – please read every single one of these books, especially “Ayodhya and After: Issues Before Hindu Society.”

Why Rajiv Malhotra matters to “White” Hindus like me: Stephanie Ellison


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Namaste to all readers,

My name is Stephanie Ellison.  I am a Sanātani (Hindu) and have been for many years at varying levels.  I first became exposed to Sanatana Dharma traditions when I was studying to be a Natural Hygienist (natural health educator) in Austin, Texas in 1994-95.  Over the years, I learned more about Sanātana Dharma (Hinduism) and felt I was coming closer and closer to it, the more I learned about it.  Finally, about a year and a half ago, I decided to jump in and do detailed research ABOUT Sanātana Dharma rather than Sanātana Dharma ITSELF.  I took this position because I felt it was important to do “White Studies” on myself as a white woman of European stock.  I wanted to know how I was going to get tripped up by my biases upon studying Sanātana Dharma scriptures and sacred writings.

In this article, I am writing for several audiences; 1) the alienated Indians who don’t have a strong connection with Sanātana Dharma, 2) outsiders in general who don’t quite understand what Sanātana Dharma really is and what the fuss is about, and 3) Academia who need to understand what they are doing/allowing to happen.  We need to address this within ourselves in order to be able to present a unified front to the rest of the world.  One answer to that is known as Rajiv Malhotra.

But first, it must be made clear that what is at stake is HUGE.  This is not just about the right to practice Hindu Dharma (as it is often mistranslated to mean only religion1), but also the right to have a civilization entirely based upon Dharma, as in “right action, right thinking,” the four basic occupational divisions of civilization (varṇa), the four goals of life (puruśārtha), and the four stages of life (āśrama), in addition to all the knowledge contained within the sciences, hard (engineering, mathematics, etc.) or soft (spirituality, psychology, etc.).

There are two aspects of this struggle I see.  One is the struggle to be able to practice an advanced way of seeing the world and living within it that can benefit all people, and two, the knowledge that is present in Indic civilization, if it is lost, represents having to drop down to what is currently Western civilization’s state of affairs – that of having excellent technological development and skills, but at the expense of Inner Science (Consciousness or Spirituality).  This results in a civilization in which artha (prosperity, security, and economic values) and kāma (pleasure, personal values, etc.) are overemphasized at the expense of dharma and spiritual development and exploration.2  Also, because of the Abrahamic religions’ tendencies of exclusion, black-and-white thinking, history-centrism, and geo-centrism,3 there are all these wars, conflicts, riots, and petty fighting in the streets, public affairs, and Academia.

Now, I want to address the alienated Indians who don’t feel a strong connection to Sanātana Dharma.  The fact is, Indic civilization thousands of years ago, was the birthplace of a very large number of knowledge disciplines such as mathematics, astronomy, navigation, ship-building, metallurgy, forestry, water conservation, medicine and surgical science, etc.  Much of this knowledge was picked up by the invaders and carried out west, until it finally arrived centuries later in western Europe.  India is where it all got started (how many times and when did this happen in the remote past?).  Credit is being taken from your ancestors, and their history is altered to make them appear to be primitive, poor, and superstitious, which couldn’t be further from the truth.  Dharma is not all about mata or sampradāya (words for religion); it is much more than that, encompassing the whole of Indic civilization.  You could take in pride in saying that Indic people had a history of knowledge, language, civilization, spiritual education, and the ability to balance that as civilized beings with observance of limits within nature instead of destroying it and the people.  This is what we need today; to combine technology with spiritual education that could result in a world far beyond our imagination.

As a white American woman, I am indebted to the ability of the people of India in being able to preserve the knowledge and spiritual education in face of the Muslim invaders and the Britishers.  As an American, I see very clearly that American civilization is very unbalanced.  There is the drive to make lots of money, have all kinds of things, and go on all kinds of sensation-enhancing adventures, as if only these are the ends themselves rather than the means to a higher goal, and this is at the expense of doing what is right.  “Wait, how toxic or dangerous is it to make this product or that product?  Pollution emissions?”  Laws have had to be enacted to address these questions precisely because the persons who own the means of production or the knowledge to make things do not have the people and the environment at heart in decision-making, and that comes from our Western background that is not focused on spiritual education to the level found in Dharmic society.  Upon receiving this spiritual knowledge, a person begins to see other less destructive ways of making and using things, and really ask the question of “Do we really need this or that?”  In essence, being able to do without so much of what exists today.

Lastly, Academia must make note of this…  What happens to dictators and despots eventually…  Eventually, people figure out what is going on, and they start to work around you before pushing you into irrelevance.  With many more Hindus awake today than ten years ago, you are that much closer to being pushed aside and made to watch the resurgence of Sanātana Dharma as a strong, viable third civilizational option.2  Rather than fighting the people you claim to study, please make the effort to simply listen to Sanātanis as collaborators of equal standing, not as “native informants.”  Having grown up as a white American woman and having studied enough about Sanātana Dharma to know the difference, I can see where western Indology knowledge doesn’t match the knowledge of insiders.  First of all, you don’t know the people you claim to study.  Secondly, you don’t know or speak the languages fluently, and thirdly, you don’t bother to ask the people to help check the accuracy of your translations and perspectives on subjects that are natural to them but alien to you.4 On top of this, many Hindus and supporters are now aware of the attempts of Christian missionaries, Muslims, Communists, and Western Indology to tear asunder Indic civilization and Dharmic life.  For those of you work intentionally to try to defeat Sanātana Dharma and install in place some other substitute, beware; there are consequences, such as being shunned, blacklisted as haters, and having scholarly careers destroyed because people will know about you and what you are up to.  Please stop to think about what you are doing and consider the consequences of being caught and tossed aside.  Many regimes in the past fell because they thought they were so strong that nothing could stop them.

What we as Sanātanis are faced with is western hegemony in dissemination of knowledge about Indic civilization and Sanātana Dharma.  The way it works is that control is established at the outset by setting clearly the roles of the observer and the observed.  In this case, the Indologist is like the anthropologist studying a “primitive people” living with a Traditional Knowledge System, and the observed is exoticized like a jungle native.  At best, the native informant is just that; “providing information” without really being understood in the proper perspective, meaning from a Hindu perspective rather than an American perspective trying to come to grips with something as different as Sanātana Dharma.  The second thing that is done to control this information is only letting in those who have degrees conferred by said Academics; you have to follow their line of thought and perspectives on their subjects of interest before they let you in.  Thirdly, people within the ranks are restricted to what is okay to write about/share with other people, and they are dealt with when they step out of line.  Fourthly, contact with the media through relationships enables the Indologists to train the media to “massage” the message they want to portray, usually to their advantage.  Fifthly, they do not allow emic, or insider views, to be presented and discussed on an equal and collaborative basis, and sixthly, insiders who do try to present such evidence are deemed demonic disruptors or “terrorists,” just for trying get the other side of the story presented, juxtapositioned alongside the Indologists’ story.

What Rajiv Malhotra is attempting to do is take on the scholars, the Academics who have a hold over this information, and break that hold, because most people continue to learn much inaccurate information through individuals like Jeffrey J. Kripal and Wendy Doniger O’Flaherty.  Such individuals take advantage of the fact that the lay public will look up to these people as experts, just because they teach at a university and have “credentials” in Indology without taking the time to do the research on how accurately this information is being presented to them, and these “experts” are counting on that (especially Sanātanis are known to be naive).  They especially did not expect someone like Rajiv to step in and disrupt what has been either a lucrative process and/or an entrenching process for Western powers.  These individuals serve as the education arm of Western civilization, appropriating Indic knowledge, doing a u-turn as Malhotra has described elsewhere, integrating this knowledge into their framework, and then DELETING the source to make it as though the INDOLOGIST came up with the information, not the Indians, another thing Malhotra wants to bring to your attention.  They are stealing credit for the knowledge of your ancestors in addition to presenting the face of your ancestors not as culturally, scientifically, and spiritually advanced people, but as primitive peoples who need to be saved from themselves by a superior race living in a superior civilization.  Malhotra wants to bring to your attention that there is the inferiority complex that was installed by the foreign invaders, and they are using it, coupled with the intentional disinformation, to their advantage to this day.

Rajiv Malhotra has led this fight for many years through many writings to reveal what is going on with regard to the gradual process of dismantling India and turning it into a Christian nation (if Muslims don’t beat them to it).  He has written 74 articles on his web site5 that provide an excellent range of topics on this matter related to Sanātana Dharma.  He has also written several books, including Breaking India (which deals with subtle western efforts to use Indian fault caste lines to divide Indian from Indian), Indra’s Net (which seeks to combat western criticism that Indian religious philosophers and saints did not use empiricism and observation to inform their worldviews (among other things)), and Being Different (which takes a Indic view of Abrahamic faiths),6 all of which are important to understand the changing landscape that Sanātanis find themselves in and what to do to defend themselves.  He has also held talks and presentations to widely disseminate the knowledge about what is happening to Sanātana Dharma, and what can be done to see the problem, stop it, and reverse it.

People such as Crusading Christians, extremist Muslims, Communists, and other foreign invaders look at this situation as a potential power vacuum should Dharma disappear, and each one of them want to step in to take its place.  They did not expect Sanātanis to step in and say, “Enough is enough.  Please respect us and stop trying to take us over and to mold us to your ideology.”  That is why they are attacking people like Rajiv Malhotra and other aware educated Sanātanis who understand what is at stake here.

It is important to support Rajiv Malhotra in his efforts to educate other Sanātanis and deal with his critics in constructive ways.  Failing this, you stand to lose your civilization, your history, and your way of life.  Eventually, you may not be able to pass this onto your children and younger family members, either because it is illegal or you (future generations) may not even remember.  Don’t let what happened to pre-Christian Europeans and Native Americans happen to you.  The Europeans were among the first victims.  Native Americans experienced this substantially later on.  You’re next…  Will you be next, or will you break the cycle?


Stephanie Ellison

  1. Malhotra, R. March 5, 2012. Dharma Is Not The Same As Religion.
  2. Bharatiya Janata Party. Integral Humanism.

  1. Malhotra, R. March 2, 2012. Dharma Bypasses ‘History-Centrism.’

  1. Swami Tyagananda. 2000. Kali’s Child Revisited – or – Didn’t Anyone Check the Documentation?
  • Malhotra, R. Complete List of Rajiv Malhotra Articles


    1. Jagannathan, R. July 18, 2015. Plagiarism charge: Why Rajiv Malhotra is on the gunsights of western Indologists,


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