Some of these spirits were good, others were evil, and great magic skill was the only way to control them.Traces of this old religion are still present in the Vedas.In another verse, Rigveda 4-57-5 requests Shunasirau to shower water made in the heavens on the Earth. Ofcourse, if many precessions passed since that hymn was composed, then the age of Rig Veda will be multiples of 25920 years.The Vedas are a collection of hymns and other religious texts composed in India between about 15 BCE.The oldest of these texts is the Rig-Veda, but it is not possible to establish precise dates for its composition.It is believed that the entire collection was completed by the end of the second millennium BCE.The basic Vedic texts are the Samhita “Collections” of the four Vedas: The Rig-Veda is the largest and most important text of the Vedic collection; it includes 1028 hymns and it is divided into ten books called mandalas.It is a difficult text, written in a very obscure style and filled with metaphors and allusions that are hard to understand for modern reader.
Subtracting present 2000 years AD will lead the date to 25720 BCE. The two heads of dogs means the two stars Canis major and minor. The oral tradition continued for many generations, so the exact date cannot be reached. Many believe that Sage Veda Vyasa wrote them around 3100 BCE, but the fact is that he just divided the complete vedas into four parts. Vyasa categorised the primordial single Veda into four.Hence he was called Veda Vyasa, or “” the splitting being a feat that allowed people to understand the divine knowledge of the Veda.The word Vyasa means split, differentiate, or describe.
Although Veda Vyasa did his work around 5000 years ago, the rig veda leads to a date much beyond human imagination. The dog means the Canis Major or the Mrigasira Nakshatra.
The Sama-Veda has verses that are almost entirely from the Rig-Veda, but are arranged in a different way since they are meant to be chanted.