Sri Shukka is commonly known as the famous Shuka Sabbati, or Seventy Tales (in the style of Arabian Nights), and is depicted as a talking parrot.
In fact, we’ve traveled through the ages, today we define Shuka as just a thing. However, there is more, and if you are diligent, sincere and intelligent you may find the true book of Sri Shukka.
This is a classic Indian tale in which a stray wife is given a talking parrot to a pet.
The parrot is none other than the great Saint Sri Chuka.
During the wife’s husband’s disappearance, the parrot tells her one story a night for seventy nights, 69 nights, and discourages her from meeting illegal lovers.
The stories themselves are often pornographic, but they do deal with morality and preserve the wife’s honesty and fidelity.
In Indian iconography, Sri Shuka is represented as a holy creature, which has a human body and the head of a parrot.
The various incarnations of saints (Rishis) such as Sri Shuka are not well known, even in India. However, he has lived and produced a larger book than Bhrigu’s famous book.
The Bhrygo Book
Written by another Maharshi (the Great Saint), the Book of Bhrigu is a prolific work that includes more than 40,000,000 life stories as constellations. It is said that the tower of everyone who wanted to visit the book was recorded thousands of years ago.
The Chukka Book
The Book of Shuka, dating from prehistoric and also dwarfing the Book of Bhrigu, contains life stories, advice, warnings, and the karmic succession of all who head to visit the Sri Shuka Shrine and discover the great work.
To determine exactly who you are, a special technique is used to “read your shadow”. The student stands in the sun at a certain hour, and the priest reads your cast shadow.
Then you are inside an index.
The index itself is a big business, containing literally thousands of names and a short résumé (to make sure it’s the same person). The experience of being is never to be forgotten.
The Sanskrit language has not changed in many forms of existence, and one’s name is easily recognizable.
Once you find it in the index, the area containing your story is displayed and read by the priest.
The story contains information about the past, present, and future.
There is always advice of a spiritual nature, on how a researcher can correct some karmic states, and aid one’s progress.
Find the Sri Shukka book
Evidence cannot be given here, other than this one
o Only a few copies exist, and they are found in India
o Searching to discover their location will not be easy at all
o Once found, one’s spirituality will be forever fixed in a positive way
Good luck to all sincere researchers …