Sushrut BadheEvery revolution has only one destination ― Evolution

Mankind has watched the wheels of time turn through the ages. Systems of ignorance have arisen only to be crushed. System after system has tried to blind man from knowing the holy meaning of Life but all have failed miserably. If there is any destiny of a system, it is to be crushed. The vacuum created makes way only for newer and more evolved system to take its place.

This is the cycle of creation and destruction of the system.

Azsacra Zarathustra’s philosophy of TDAS doesn’t preach systematic approach And that is exactly why it preaches everything necessary! It speaks of absolute freedom and a holy rebellious Yes to Life as the only way of evolution.

The world has witnessed plentiful transitions of systems and the liberated or so called liberated world greeted with euphoria the transitions from aristocracy to democracy. They so cheered that the power had shifted to the demos and celebrated the fall of monarchy and democracy was touted as the one panacea of all the world’s problems. But what we witness is that democracy too has chained Man and it has come to be naught but a veiled fiefdom.

For any system that does not involve the evolution of the spirit in man, is but a cage of suppression. Azsacra’s theses speak of the destruction of all systems to be a mandatory foundation for man to realize the need to embrace all Life with a Holy Rebellious Yes!

But the destruction of all systems is not to be mistaken with chaos and anarchy for this is much more than that.

Azsacra has described the way towards absolute freedom ― the perfect system that is NO SYSTEM and has postulated the way towards realizing the absolute freedom. He has described Nihil-Will: Nirpeksha Kranti and Shunya Revolution as the two weapons to bring forth the transition of Man to Over-man.

All his works are wrought with symbols that have their roots in the ancient Sanskrit Culture of India. The symbolism and the Sanskritness of His philosophy are very distinct and strong. The ancient Indians were a very highly evolved race and the Sanskrit words had both esoteric and metaphysical allegories.

His concept of Shunya Revolution is as eternal as the concept of Shunya itself. The Western Mathematicians borrowed the concept of Shunya to overcome their mathematical hurdles and termed Shunya as Zero or nothing. However, in ancient India Shunya was also equated to Poornam or everything.


So goes the Mantra of completeness from the Upanishad: ―

OM. Purnamudah Purnamidam Purnaatpurnamudachyate

Purnasya Purnamadaya Purnamevavashishyate. OM

पूर्णमदः पूर्णममदं पूर्णणत्पुर्णमुदच्यते
पूर्णश्य पूर्णमणदणय पूर्णमेवणवमशष्यते

Om This is everything. That also is everything. Everything arises from everything

When Everything is taken out of everything, everything still remains.

Azsacra’s Nirpeksha Kranti also resonates the message of the Gita ― which professes that all expectations must renounced. He has used this formula to define the most lethal revolution ― That of peace ― where the revolution is incessant but has no desire of expectation. Fulfillment is not its cause but its effect. I very much affirm this philosophy of his.

If at all the evolution of the man to Overman has to take place, If at all man has to realize his destiny of emerging immortal from the fire of death A holy rebellious Yes to Life is the only way.

Sri Aurobindo ― the great Indian revolutionary, spiritualist and master of metaphysics had stated in the early 1900’s that Matter shall reveal the face of the spirit when man shall go beyond and become the over man and his mind shall transcend to the state of the over-mind. This will ultimately pave way for the realization of the supermind in superman.

I am of the firm opinion that Andrei Azsacra Zarathustra is the modern Hatha Yogi and the master of both pen and the sword. His soul is Indian. His work, philosophy and life is dedicated towards an establishing a perfect system — viz NO SYSTEM. This is truly like the Siddhis obtained by the ancient sages of India. Unbelievable. Om.

Sushrut Badhe,


“TDAS: The Theory of the Destruction of All Systems” []

“TDAS: The Theory of the Destruction of All Systems” []