Shantanu's Humanology

The Philosophy of Vaishnavism requires me to subscribe to the Religon of the State that I live under

Every State must have a officially-approved religion that all citizens must adopt. Atheistic Communism makes its religion of Atheism clear to all it's citizens as in China.

So at long last I am addressing this central feature of the Philosophy of Vaishnavism with the following enquiries:

Registering a Change of Religion from Brahmanism-Hindutva to the Church of England

Shantanu Panigrahi

Attachments 07:20 (0 minutes ago)

to ceremonies.mid

To Kentish Ceremonies

Mid Kent Maidstone / Ashford: 03000 414004

Email: ceremonies.mid@kent.gov.uk

Dear Sir/Madam

I have now decided to convert my religion of Brahmanism Hindutva to the Church of England on which I have had preliminary discussions with you as attached: FrLambethPalace(ArchbishopofCanterbury(Noappointment)27Nov2020.docx.

My Philosophy remains Vaishnavism but my religion would be Anglican Protestant Christianity. There are a few questions that I need clarification to:

(a) Do I have to change my name from Shantanu Panigrahi to a so-called Christian Name officially?

(b) What is the ethos of the Church of England, for example does it use and sermonise in the church to the King James Bible: http://www.thekingsbible.com/. This will help me join this particular website organisers in seeking further guidance and counselling in light of the fact that I have over 22 years of being treated for mental illness as diagnosed to be paranoid schizophrenia characterised by persistent delusional disorder, failed in all the suggestions made to me by Dr Odesana lately for my rehabilitation into society still living in the Community after two spells in mental hospitals (Spring of 2004; Autumn of 2008) on present anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medications as you will read here: https://www.theconservativelibertariansociety.com/post/state-payments-of-financial-support-benefits-to-the-disabled. I am therefore still carrying out what Dr Odesanya has repeatedly suggested to engage in mindfulness meditation in which Buddhism did not show me a path to liberation of the mind.

(c) Do I need to inform the State authorities in the Census 2020 about this change of circumstances so that the assessment it has made recently is updated immediately - I need to know whether I can now enter this religion of Christianity in my next job applications where such information is required by employers before they consider a particular applicant is mentally suitable for the job on offer.

Please reply immediately as I have two employment Inductions to attend, (a) 4 December 2020, 2.00 pm at Royal Mail, Knights Road, Rochester, Kent) and (b) Sainsburys Tonbridge on 8 December 2020 at 9.00 am, where this information is required for assessment.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Pangrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

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FrLambethPalace(ArchbishopofCanterbury(Noappointment)27Nov2020.docx

RE: 69800 FW: Webform submission from: Media centre > Content Items Inbox

Lambeth Palace

Attachments08:47 (20 minutes ago) to Shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com

Dear Shantanu Panigrahi,

Thank you for your recent email. Much as he would like to, the Archbishop is unable to respond personally and in detail to all the hundreds of emails and letters that he receives, and so I have been asked to reply to you on his behalf. Thank you very much indeed for taking the time to reach out to the Archbishop. I am afraid that the Archbishop is so overwhelmed with requests for individual meetings. As he would be unable to satisfy the demand, not least in the busy run-up to the Lambeth Conference in 2022, he has decided that with sincere regret and apologies that he must decline all such requests. He is very sorry about this, but the pressures on his diary sadly do not allow him the time he would like to meet so many people.

I am sorry to bring a disappointing response but thank you again for taking the time to write and please be assured of our prayers and good wishes.

Yours sincerely,

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To: LP Press Emails Subject: Webform submission from: Media centre > Content Items Submitted on Mon, 23/11/2020 - 21:39 Submitted by: Anonymous Submitted values are: Your name Shantanu Panigrahi Media outlet Freelance Journalist Email address Shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com Phone number 7967789618 Your message Reverend Archbishop Welby I have been in contact with the Maidstone Branch of the Anglican Protestant Christianity Church of England requesting an audience with the Archbiship preferably before the Revenerend goes on his proposed sabattical for renewal of spiritual values that I admire in his leadership of the Church. The following correspondence refers: FW: Re: Conversion to Anglican Protestant Christianity (Supreme Court Judgment) Yahoo/Inbox shanpanigrahi3000 To:shantanupanigrahi@yahoo.com Mon, 23 Nov at 16:03 Sent from my Galaxy -------- Original message -------- From: CeremoniesMid@kent.gov.uk Date: 23/11/2020 14:54 (GMT+00:00) To: shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com Subject: Re: Conversion to Anglican Protestant Christianity (Supreme Court Judgment) Hello Shantanu, Thank you for your email. Unfortunately we can't help with your enquiry - we are a Register Office that deals with civil ceremonies. Kind regards Katie Watkins - Ceremonies Team - The Archbishops Palace - Maidstone ME15 6YE - 03000 414004

From: Shantanu Panigrahi Sent: 22 November 2020 06:26

To: Ceremonies Mid - GT Subject: Conversion to Anglican Protestant Christianity (Supreme Court Judgment)

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Dear Padre/Father I have now heard from the official agent of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom indeed of Ireland (see attached Frindeed(SupremeCourtagent)22Nov2020.docx as Her Majesty's the President of the Anglican Church of the United Kingdom its further directions to the Appeal dated 5 September 2020 attached ToSupremeCourt5Sep2020.docx as attached ToJobsLift(SupremeCourtofUK)21Nov2020.docx; that my submission to the principle that 'No one is safe until all are safe' as Archbishop reiterated last week on Television, that in order to move towards this principle of 'United We Stand and Divided We Fall' I must make an application to the Church to book appointments for me as follows:

(a) Selection of a Christian Name for me in accordance with the Hebrew Chaldean Numerology where my Shantanu Panigrahi still attains the Number 3 significance that forms the basis of the the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost' trimurti of Christianity to replace my present Hindu Trimurti Triad of Brahma, Vishnu and Shiva': I have no idea how long this selection will take if we are to follow the Essenic theology outlined by Linda Goodman Star Signs, on the basis of which Jesus Christ attained the numerological significance of '9' that is conducive to living in the United Kingdom instead of '3', and the avataric principle of '3' and '7' add up to the One and only Almighty.

(b) Baptism for me simultaneously as soon as Archbishop Welby's Diary permits for I would like his personal blessings as I chart my new life that Jesus Christ saves our souls, rather than my Hindu beliefs hitherto that 'Jesus Christ saves arse-(h)oles, as I had earlier submitted to Her Honour Judge Backhous, the Circuit Judge in Central London County Court in the still-adjourned Claim of mine E35YM660, under which I am seeking the restoration of my Blog https://shantanup.wordpress.com to continue with my Christian reformation as an Anglican Protestant Christian.

(c) Transition period: I had years ago communicated my paranoid shizophrenic status concerning my quest for a religion that is approrpriate to my life in the United Kingdom to the Church of England back in the year 2002-200w when I was seeking asylum under the Church's refuge, and had similarly written to the Vatican to see if Catholicism might provide me the same to no effect. So kindly bear this in mind and consult widely (may I suggest Padre/Farter Rowan Williams?) which would be more appropriate in a transition period to the eventual aim of rehabilitating in the society of the United Kingdom, perhaps I would have a softer landing if I chose Catholicism first, in which Case I would have to contact the Catholic Society of the United Kingdom depending on your assessment.

Your immediate reply would be helpful on the Sunday morning so that I can go to the appropriate church in my immediate locality and avoid further interactions with the Jehovah Witnesses who have visited me periodically over the past 22 years at my home inviting me for Services in their Kingdom Hall.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619 ,

or Shantanu Panigrahi shanpanigrahi3000@gmail.com +44 7967 789619 + Add to contacts

I should be most grateful if you would make His Most Reverend Archbishop Welby aware of this request or there is a possibility that I might be charged with Contempt of the Supreme Court of the United Kingdom in not complying with these Directions as an Order of Her Majesty's Court and Tribunal Service (HMCTS)

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Panigrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619

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3 December 2020 Update:

Registering a Change of Religion from Brahmanism-Hindutva to the Church of England

Inbox Shantanu Panigrahi Attachments07:20 (9 hours ago)

To Kentish Ceremonies

Mid Kent Maidstone / Ashford: 03000 414004

Email: ceremonies.mid@kent.gov.uk

Dear Sir/Madam

I have now decided to convert my religion of B CeremoniesMid@kent.gov.uk 16:58 (3 minutes ago)

to me

Dear Dr Shantanu Pangrahi

I am sorry but we are unable to help with your request as we are a Civil (non-religious) registration service. May I suggest you try to contact the Diocese of Rochester. Kind Regards Donna Donna Prizeman

| Ceremonies Officer | The Archbishops Palace, Mill Street, Maidstone, ME15 6YE | External: 03000 414 004 | ceremonies.mid@kent.gov.uk | www.akentishceremony.com

We will continue to deliver Registration services as planned up to the end of the day on Wednesday 4th November. We are still awaiting confirmation from Government about what can be delivered while we are in Lockdown from Thursday. We do know regrettably, that it will not be possible to deliver any weddings or civil partnerships during this period. We understand this will be an anxious time for anyone that has an appointment or ceremony booked with us, please be assured we will be in contact with anyone with ceremonies booked in our register offices as soon as we have more information and the process for moving your booking. As you can appreciate we will have a number of people to get in contact so thank you in advance for your patience. If you have booked with an external Kent venue for your wedding or civil partnership you should contact them in the first instance.

From: Shantanu Panigrahi Sent: 03 December 2020 07:21

To: Ceremonies Mid - GT

Subject: Registering a Change of Religion from Brahmanism-Hindutva to the Church of England To Kentish Ceremonies Mid Kent Maidstone / Ashford: 03000 414004 Email: ceremonies.mid@kent.gov.uk Dear Sir/Madam I have now decided to convert my religion of Brahmanism Hindutva to the Church of England on which I have had preliminary discussions with you as attached: FrLambethPalace(ArchbishopofCanterbury(Noappointment)27Nov2020.docx. My Philosophy remains Vaishnavism but my religion would be Anglican Protestant Christianity. There are a few questions that I need clarification to:

(a) Do I have to change my name from Shantanu Panigrahi to a so-called Christian Name officially?

(b) What is the ethos of the Church of England, for example does it use and sermonise in the church to the King James Bible: http://www.thekingsbible.com/. This will help me join this particular website organisers in seeking further guidance and counselling in light of the fact that I have over 22 years of being treated for mental illness as diagnosed to be paranoid schizophrenia characterised by persistent delusional disorder, failed in all the suggestions made to me by Dr Odesana lately for my rehabilitation into society still living in the Community after two spells in mental hospitals (Spring of 2004; Autumn of 2008) on present anti-psychotic and anti-depressant medications as you will read here: https://www.theconservativelibertariansociety.com/post/state-payments-of-financial-support-benefits-to-the-disabled I am therefore still carrying out what Dr Odesanya has repeatedly suggested to engage in mindfulness meditation in which Buddhism did not show me a path to liberation of the mind.

(c) Do I need to inform the State authorities in the Census 2020 about this change of circumstances so that the assessment it has made recently is updated immediately - I need to know whether I can now enter this religion of Christianity in my next job applications where such information is required by employers before they consider a particular applicant is mentally suitable for the job on offer.

Please reply immediately as I have two employment Inductions to attend, (a) 4 December 2020, 2.00 pm at Royal Mail, Knights Road, Rochester, Kent) and (b) Sainsburys Tonbridge on 8 December 2020 at 9.00 am, where this information is required for assessment.

Yours sincerely

Dr Shantanu Pangrahi

3 Hoath Lane

Wigmore

Gillingham

Kent ME8 0SL

Tel: 07967789619