Der 19. Siddha - Sri La Sri Mahanandha Siddha
Mahananda Siddha is the 19th Siddha. "Maha" means "great", "Ananda" means "bliss".
On Dec. 25, 2002, around midnight, at the age of 72, Mahananda Siddha appeared to Shiva and told him that he was a Siddha with a life span of 500 years. Shiva sent him to the sacred Mahadeva Mountain (Shiva Mountain) near Vellor, Tamil Nadu in southern India in this first encounter.
After Shiva appeared to him, Mahananda Siddha left his belongings overnight and trekked to the said holy Shiva Mountain. When he reached it, Shiva appeared before him again and told him how to live henceforth and instructed him to protect the lives of people and the earth.
Since 2009, Mahananda Siddha has been constructing a temple that will play an important and essential role in relation to the Satyayuga. It is dedicated to the protection of the earth and human beings, and to the observance of the laws of nature.
In 2015, it was communicated by Sri Agastyar through the Jiva Nadi that Mahananda Siddha was "Shiva." Shiva is the divine aspect that plays a major role in this transformation process from Kaliyuga to Satyayuga. His energy will dissolve the old structures and restore cosmic order.