What are the palm leaf libraries?

The palm leaf libraries were founded about 5000 years ago by the Sapta Rishis, the seven great sages. "Sapta" means "seven." A Rishi is a "seer" who has the gift of receiving highly inspired and absolute knowledge (knowledge that is valid at all times and universally) from the divine source and transmitting it in a pure, unadulterated way. Agastya Rishi is mentioned, among others, in the oldest Vedic wisdom scriptures as one of the Sapta Rishis. He is one of the founders and writers of the palm leaf libraries in India and Bali.
The palm leaf libraries are a great mystery that completely challenges the material worldview that prevails today. In them, thousands of years ago, the soul journeys of many people living today were written down on palm leaves. The Rishis had the gift to look into the future and thus predict the lives of many millions of people. In addition, the palm leaf libraries are a memory and guardian of the original history of mankind, a knowledge that is accessible to the world so far mostly only in distorted form. In total, there are twelve palm leaf libraries spread all over India. In addition, there are also palm leaf libraries in Bali and Sri Lanka.
In terms of palm leaf libraries, there are two forms: the Nadi Sastra and the Jiva Nadi. The Nadi Sastra can be thought of as a book library. The information on the palm leaves was partly written down more than 4000 years ago and is waiting to be transmitted to its recipient at the right time. The person's life book is being read, so to speak. The Jiva Nadi, on the other hand, is a direct link to the spiritual world. Various Rishis, such as Agastya Rishi, transmit information directly from the subtle world to persons directly guided by them. The messages, related to the current situation, are either received by a Nadi Reader (reader) and then transmitted, or the palm leaves describe themselves.