What Can We Learn From The Vedic Scriptures? w/ Brannon Vrin Daavin Parker

Brannon Parker joins us on the "Mythicist Milwaukee Show"

Brannon Parker joins us to discuss how the Vedic scriptures have influnced many of the religions that came much later.

He also explains his involvement with protesting in Washington D.C. to provide much needed aid to the Yezidi people who were trapped on Mount Sinjar in Iraq.

Brannon aka Vrndavan attended Vedic Gurukula schools from the age of 4 to 14 years. He studied Sanskrit, Hindi, Vedic literature as well as English, Math, Indian History and the Vedic tradition of Cow protection in the USA, Canada and in Vrndavan, India. He also studied Political Science, World History and Japanese at Kapiolani Community College and Computer Network and Security Infrastructure and Electronics at North Seattle Community College.

Formerly initiated into Gaudiya Vaishnavism by A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and Gayatri Mantram from Bhakti-Sundar Govinda Maharaj. He is dedicated to bringing the ideals of Prabhupad’s Vision beyond the confines of the organization and developing a full spectrum Vedic society that encompasses our entire human civilizationHas been researching and publicly presenting Vedic Historical and Cross-cultural connections since 1996.

His main focus has been on highlighting the similarities between the ancient cultures and civilizations around the world and defining their Vedic roots. Brannon stresses the importance of recognizing Hinduism as the world’s longest and most contiguous ancient culture stemming from the World’s ancient Vedic Civilization. He has written numerous essays on the subject and firmly states his opinion that Hinduism and Vedic knowledge and practices hold the key to solving many global problems on a social, economic, ecological, political, and religious level. Brannon dedicates his time to working with organizations that promote Vedic Dharma.

He is the author of “Orissa in the Crossfire-Kandhamal Burning”, and “The Serpent, the Eagle, the Lion and the Disc”.