Baghavad Gita

From Association of Independent Readers and Rootworkers

Jump to: navigation, search

The Bhagavad Gita ("Song of God") is the most popular of the many sacred texts of the Hindu religious traditions; written sometime between the fifth and second centuries BCE, it is a 700-verse narrative that forms chapters 23–40 of the epic Mahabharata and consists of a dialogue between Prince Arjuna and his charioteer Krishna as they discuss the philosophical and spiritual duties of a warrior. In addition to its religious or scriptural value, this ancient sacred text has long found popular favour for use in bibliomancy, which is a form of divination or fortune telling conducted by means of a book.

See Also


AIRR Readers & Rootworkers Who Perform This Work for Clients

The Association of Independent Readers & Rootworkers (AIRR) is here to help you find gifted, sincere, and honest spiritual guidance, successful counseling, and professional magical spell casting and ritual conjuration. Every independent member of AIRR has been certified for psychic ability, magical skill, and ethical reliability. Every AIRR psychic, reader, seer, diviner, scryer, root doctor, and spiritual practitioner has completed a year-long program of training in conjure, hoodoo, witchcraft, rootwork, making mojo hands, and casting powerful magick spells. All of our psychics have served the public professionally for a minimum of two years -- and in many cases, significantly longer. Certified AIRR Readers & Rootworkers who will perform this type of work to help you find love, money, protection, and luck are listed below.
Personal tools