Pay attention! Give ear! This is for your Good! For Your Profit for many a long day. Don't play with your food!

The Horrors and Woes of Niraya ... continued

Maha Avicci

In the
Maha
Avici
Niraya
Hell
Itself

 

 

Avici: a=no; vi=2; ci=what?; No two ways about it; no breaks; unremitting. Vici; Sanskrit: wave; Vedic; deceit; latin: vices; Anglo Saxon: wice; English: week > wave, tide; change; wicked?

p.p. explains it all — p.p.

 

Official Maha Avici Niraya
Fact Sheet:

  1. 4th Dimensional (vayo/time/motion)

  2. 4 Exits (N.S.E.W.)

  3. split hemp equally (divided into equal sections)

  4. encompassed by an iron wall (solid, not bars); roof, iron; floor, iron; ... burning, blazing, in flames

100 yojanas square all round (yojana: @7 miles)
No week-end passes
No coffee breaks
No conjugal visits
No TV

Visitor's Pass

"Good"
For One
Short Minute

And then
The guards of
Niraya Hell
Take that Beggar
And Toss him into
The Great
Unrelenting
Niraya
Hell
Itself

 

Sheer Terror. People there don't believe anyone exists but themselves. Sound familiar?

p.p. explains it all — p.p.

 

O O O
The horrors
And Woes
Of Dukkha
They Gotta
In Niraya

The Flames
That leap up
Near the west wall
Are
Hurtled
Against
The east wall

 

Hurlt with a hurt. Dash together, (atza dashatabashka ... hot stuff!) collision, conflict, clashing sound. To strike against, to drive violently, dash, dart, shoot, fling, cast

p.p. explains it all — p.p.

 

The Flames
That Erupt
Near the East Wall
Are
Hurtled
Against
The West Wall

The Flames
That Burst forth
Near the North wall
Are
Hurtled
Against
The South wall

 

The Flames
That Flame up
Near the South Wall
Are
Hurled
Against
The North Wall

The Flames
That Effloresce
From the Floor
Are
Hurtled
Against
The Roof

 

The Flames
That Jump
From the roof
Are
Dashed
Against
The
Floor

There comes a time,
Beggars,
After a long long time,
But sooner or later,
When
The East Exit
Is
Opened

 

... for a spell.

Then
You see
That
Beggar
Move!
He Rushes
Runs
Hurries
Goes
Swiftly
Hauls
Ass
Speeds
Gets his ass
In gear
Gets the lead out
Gets a move on

 

And
While
He Rushes
Toward
The
East
Exit
Smoke
Gets
In
His
Eyes

The Flames
That leap up
Near the west wall
That erupt
Near the east wall
That burst forth
Near the north wall
That flame up
Near the south wall
That effloresce
From the floor
That jump from the roof

 

Singe
Off
His
Hair


Scorch
His
Skin

 

Sere
His
Flesh

Sear
His
Tendons

 

Burn
His
Bones

And
Wither
Him
Up
Right
Down
To
The
Marrow

 

And at that
He experiences
Painful
Sensations

Intensely
Painful
Sensations

 

Acutely
Intense
Painful
Sensations

But
Even though
He has served
Many years
Many hundreds of years
Many thousands of years
Many hundreds
Of thousands
Of years
The
Exit
Is nevertheless
Shut
Before
He
Reaches
It

 

O O O
The horrors
And woes
Of Dukkha
They gotta
Inni
Niraya

West
Exit
Now
Open

... for a spell

 

Too
Late

I hoida
Noith
Gae
Be
Op'n
For a spell

 

SOUTH
EXIT'S
OPEN!

SOUTH
EXIT'S
OPEN!

Too
Late

Too
Late

 

Well
There comes a time
Beggars,
After a long long time
But sooner or later
When that Beggar
Has done his time
In
The
Maha
Avici
Niraya

The Eastern
Exit
Is opened ...
... he rushes ...
... he burns ...
And
Emerging
From the East Exit
He
Escapes
The
Maha
Avici
Niraya

 

But
Butting
Up against
The East
Exit ...

Is
The Maha
Gutha
Niraya

 

Gutha: Latin: bubino; excrement, faeces, dung, mire, shit, k-kha, ka-ka, ca-ca, c-cha, do-do, du-du, Poo-Poo, poop, crap, j.-j., jija, #2, merde, mierda, scheisa

p.p. explains it all — p.p.

 

Down
Inni
Twitchi
Slip'n
Sli

Gobbletit down boys! Eat up! E a with both han. Stuff ya face. Pleny'nuf ta go roun.

But there
Are
Creatures,
Beggars,
That live
In that
Gutha

Born there, growing up there, dying there. Such is the wretched state reached by some beings.

 

And
With
Their
Needle-
Sharp
Teeth
They
Cut
Off
His
Hair
(Trim the sides... a little off the top.)

They
Eat
Away
At
His
Skin

 

They
Devour
His
Muscles
(lov those pecs)

Pull
His
Tendons

 

The
Little Ones
Chew
On
The
Bones
O

And
The Toothless
Suck
Out
His
Marrow

 

Sing it
With
Me
I wanna
Hear
It!

And at that He experiences Painful
Sensations

 

Intensely
Painful
Sensations

 

Acutely
Intense
Painful
Sensations

 

But
He doesn't
Make an end
Of that
Dukkha
Tile 'es et evera
Scrapa on e's
Platta

O O O
The horrors
And woes
Of Dukkha
They gotta inni
Niraya

 

Next
Up
The
Maha
Kukkula
Niraya

(I hear they run round dress aflame, burning, blazing, in flames — The Hot Ashes and Burning Embers Hell)

O O O

The
Maha
Simbalavana
Niraya
The Silk-cotton Tree (bombax heptaphyllum) Woods

(Trees 1 yojana high, finger-length thorns — They make him climb up, they make him climb down. When he is climing up the thorns point down, when he is climbing down the thorns point up.)

 

The
Maha
Asipattavana
Niraya

The Sword-leaf Tree Woods

(The leaves, blown by every passing breeze, slash
This Way
And
That)

(They slash off his hand
or they slash off a foot
or they slash off both hands and feet
They slash of an ear
They slash off his nose
They slash off his hears and nose ...)

The
Kharodaka
Nadi

Aka Vetarani "styx" woven waters

(He goes with the stream
He is driven against the stream
He goes with and is driven against the stream)

Kharod: corrode; >Nirodha; erode, eliminate, eradicate

p.p. explains it all — p.p.

 

The Sanjiva Hell
The Same-life Hell "Do-Over"
Patapana Hell
Fiercely Burning allaroun
Paduma
The Lotus (patricides and matricides) several varieties
Sataporisa Hell
100-man High (deep gutha)
Kauradhara
The Razor Bearing Hell
Dhuma
The Fuming
Roruva
The Broken Heart
Sanghata
The Finger Snap (murderers)

Etcetera Etcetera Etcetera
In many an additional
Figure could I describe
The Horrors and Woes of
Niraya
But it would be impossible
For me to describe in
Full the Horrors and Woes of
Niraya
So many are
The Horrors
And Woes
Of Niraya

 

If, Beggars,
That Beggar
After Doing
His Time
Comes once again
To
Human
(manusa)
Status

He is reborn
In a poor
Family
Where it is no easy thing to get
His daily bread
He is ugly
Malformed
Blind
Of little account
Of evil
Downbound
Ways

 

Of Bad Conduct
In
Thought
Word
And
Deed

Of Poor Sila: Ethical Culture
Bad Tempered
One who lies
Harms
Living
Creatures
Takes other
People's property (who remembers OPP?)
Has intercourse
With other men's
Wives
And has wrong Ditthi

And
When the elements
Are cast asunder
At death
He finds
Consciousness
Relocated
To
NIRAYA

 

Then
Imagine,
Beggars,

(did you hold that first "imagine, Beggars" in mind through all this?)

Some
Beggar
Who likes
To take
A Gamble
Now
And
Then.

 

Who
Loses
His
Fortune

(a copper pot full of copper coins, a copper pot full of silver coins, a copper pot full of gold coins, a silver pot full of silver coins, a silver pot full of gold coins, a gold pot full of gold coins; his financial advisor; the wheel, the horse, the elephant, the gem, The Woman He Thinks of As The Woman)

With
The
First
Hand
He
Plays

Which is the
Worse,
Beggars,
The fate of that
Beggar of Evil
Downbound Ways,
Or
The fate of that
Beggar who
Loses at
A Gamble?

 

In the Same Way,
Beggars,
This simile
I have drawn
For you
Doesn't even
Compare
To the real
Horrors
And
Woes
Of
Niraya

O O O
The Horrors
And
Woes
Of
Dukkha
They Gotta
Inni
Niraya.

 

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