Fourth, it is the most scientific
language. It is the only language devised according to where in the mouth the sounds are made. For
this reason most of modern linguistics arose from the reexamination of
Sanskrit in the nineteenth century. Grammar, philology and etymology
are perhaps more developed in Sanskrit than any other tongue. It is perhaps the most self-consistent
and homogenous of all languages, most others being composites of different languages or dialects.
Sanskrit thus lends itself to be the language of the New Age of global
culture. In the future, how many centuries one cannot say, humanity is
bound to return to it, at least as its spiritual language or language
Sanskrit has more words for the Divine and more precise terms for defining consciousness and
meditative experience than any other language. It is the language of
the higher mind and thereby gives us access to its laws and vibratory
structures. It is the language of the Gods, the higher planes of the
mind, and affords us access to the powers of these domains.