Interpretations of the Vedic texts depends on the reader as well.
Apart from a good exposure to Sanskrit one has to have a grounding in Indian Philosophical systems, not only the Vedas and the subject matter he wants to look for in the Vedas.
If one wants to find references to Quantum Theory, one should have a clear understanding of Quantum so that one knows what to look for.
I found an interesting interpretation of the Purusha Sukta.
Based on the first two lines a Prototype of an Electrical Motor was developed and it generated Power!
The Power Input was 126 Watts, Output 303 Watts.
This is achievement as there is an additional generation of Power from 126 to 333.
Quantum Theory states there is a Vacuum at the Sub-Atomic level, called the Quantum Vacuum Field.
Hinduism differs here.
It states that there is no vacuum but Ether that contains Electricity.
Now Power from Purusha Sukta.
The first shlokha of purusha-sooktha reads as follows:
Sahasra sirsha purusha: | sahasraksha: sahasrapaa |
Sa bhUmim vishvato vRtvA | atyatishTad daSAngulam||
If it is deciphered normally, we get the following meaning:
With Thousands of heads, Thousands of eyes, and Thousands of feet, he (the supreme god) moves, as all of creation verily is he uncountable. He is beyond the grasp of the hands of men.
Now let us see how Mr. Satish Chandra has deciphered:
Out of the ten directions, in 8 directions excluding earth and sky and by firmly installing 8 gadgets (alternators) on the circumference of a circle, which contains numerous positive and negative charges, such that each one will face their own charges i.e. positive to positive and negative to negative and by rotating a runner like earth in a cylindrical way (in the centre) in between them will generate energy.
Based on his interpretation, he has come up with a prototype (see the first picture below) where he has used four magnets (static alternators) and one motor (runner) in the centre.
The common runner and the static alternators are mechanically isolated from each other and are magnetically coupled.
Just by rotating the common runner all the static alternators generate power independently.
The common runner may be rotated by means of a diesel engine or water turbine or steam turbine or an electrical motor.
For the prototype model he has used a 126 Watts of motor. Using this he is able to drive power of 303 Watts power for 12 chimney bulbs and 8 tube-lights (See the second picture below).
Motor That runs based on Veda
Taking this concept further an Organisation has a Project for Power Generation.
However, his fascination with finding the “better way” of energy generation and inspiration by the theory that ancient Vedas are encoded knowledge of the mankind passed on through thousands of years in the form of religious prayers and rituals. pushed him into deep study of the sacred writings, especially the Purusha Sookta, which proved to be a treasury of scientific knowledge in energy generation.
For the past 29 years Satishchandra spends every free moment of his busy life pursuing the intellectual discoveries of our forefathers which he decrypted in deep meditation. And what rich and beautiful discoveries these are! After years of rebuking and ridicule, the scientific world is finally taking notice and recognizes that yes, Satishchandra was right by persisting in his pursuit of the ancient truths that we only are beginning to understand now, with all our advanced science.
His prototype of a static alternator built exactly as per instructions of the first Sloka of the Purusha Sookta gave further inspiration for further scientific research into the links between the Vedic and modern science. What is most fascinating, is that the principles of physics exhibited in Vedic alternator are the same as those of particle accelerators, electron storage rings, pulse lasers and other most advanced achievements of modern physics that concentrate and focus the magnetic field.