INDIA, the land of mystery and mysterious sciences, the cradle of the philosophy of the old Greek sages, Bharata (the ancient name of the Deccan), glorious, magnificent Bharata carried on and maintained the civilization and learning of the Motherland for nearly eight thousand years after the great volcanic forces had torn her body asunder and the ocean waters had swallowed up the fragments.


It was India who stood foremost for thousands of years, holding together and carrying on the earth's first great civilization after the destruction of the Motherland. Other nations held the civilization for a time but all except India soon began to fall back and many disappeared. It was India that stood foremost in religion, philosophy, astronomy, sciences, music, art and medicine from the time of the destruction of the Motherland down to about 500 B.C.


No other nation could stand as hdr rival or compete with her in all branches of knowledge. The world generally knows nothing of this. Historians have utterly failed to show and to credit India with a civilization of ancient date, yet the Akkadians, Sumerians, Babylonians and Upper Egyptians were her offspring.

It is not necessary to quote ancient writings or bring forward traditions. We have only to examine the western shores of India to prove the extreme age of her civilization; for here, lying on the bed of the Indian Ocean a few miles from the present shore line, are to be seen beneath the waters remains of great imposing structures. History does not relate this submergence, yet here it is, an incontrovertible fact that in bygone times India enjoyed a high civilization.


The physical proofs are there.


How does this compare with the nonsensical histories of India, that say India's civilization only dates back 4000 or 5000 years?




In the Indian Ocean, adjoining the West Coast of India, there exists a large area of submerged lands with structures showing thereon.


Like the remains of the South Sea Islands, these structures are prehistoric. These submerged lands commence at about 21 degrees north latitude, or just below the mouth of the river Indus, and extend south to about the equator. These submerged lands are apparently of an elongated oval shape.


The Lacadive and Maldive groups of low-lying islands are within the boundaries of this oval. Although I have several times passed quite close to them, I have never been on any of them, so cannot say whether they are parts of the sunken land still above water, or whether they are the subsequent work of coral insects. There is a long stretch of very shallow water both north and south of these islands with various channels of deeper water crossing them, through which ships have to pass going to or from India.


This geological phenomenon has never been noted by any geologist or archaeologist as far as I can ascertain or by any historian.


On days when conditions are favorable - that is, water and sky - imposing remains of ancient structures are clearly to be seen on the shallow water within the oval mentioned. These submerged lands are well known to the fishermen along the coast; as a matter of fact, it was through them that I became aware of this submersion. Hindu scientists also know of them; no one, however, can account for structures being at the bottom of the ocean as the submergence is not spoken of in Hindu history no matter how far one goes back.


This is not at all to be wondered at as Hindu history does not go further back than 3000 B.C. In India, at various spots, there are hundreds and maybe thousands of old tablets dating from some 15,000 to 35,000 years ago. The possibility is that if these old tablets were brought out and deciphered, an account of this submersion might be forthcoming.

The loss of the Mother Tongue and the Motherland's form of writing was the result of the Aryan domination. From the time the Aryans controlled the civilization of India, it has gradually gone down to where it was found two hundred years ago. It fell from the highest to almost the lowest rung in the ladder; and, strange as it may appear, historians have placed the commencement of the Hindu civilization at the point where the actual decline commenced about 4000 years ago.

What a travesty on facts and truth! These submerged lands with their great structures are positive proof of India's high civilization tens of thousands of years before the rough, coarse Aryan hillmen of the Hindu Koosh trod the soil of the Saraswatti Valley in India. Against the modern histories of India, the ancient temple records carry the civilization of India, India the Mother of Babylonia and Upper Egypt, back beyond 35,000 years.

I have never come across any references to this submersion either in India or elsewhere, so the probability remains that it took place during those five to seven thousand years when apparently no history was being written in any part of the world. Yet this submergence is a fact because the submerged structures can be seen.


To my mind, there is not the slightest doubt what caused this submergence and that the present island of Ceylon was raised through it.



India was not always called India. As a matter of fact, India is a modern name for the peninsula; it has only been called India for about 2300 to 2400 years. What the ancient name of the Hindu peninsula was, or whether there was a name embodying the whole of the peninsula, I do not know.


In all the ancient records which I have read, the Naga Empire, the Maharalta Kingdom and Dravida are only mentioned.


The name India came out of the Greek. When the Greeks under Alexander the Great invaded India 325 B. C., they found in the northwestern parts a large river which the natives called Sindhu. The Greeks transformed the name, first to Indu, afterwards to Hindu. Finally the river became known as the Indus and the people as Hindus and Indians. This section of India is called Sind today.

Ramayana, from Hippolyte Fauche's translation:

"The first people in India were Mayas who had left the Motherland; they first went to Burma and there became known as the Nagas. From Burma they established themselves in the Deccan, India, and in India subsequently became known as the Danavas.1

"The Mayas were mighty navigators whose ships passed from the eastern to the western oceans and from the southern to the northern seas in ages so remote that the sun had not yet risen above the horizon.2

"That being learned architects, they built great cities and palaces." This shows the exceedingly high civilization of the Hindus at this very remote date.

"The Mayas likewise being great warriors, they conquered the southern parts of the Hindustani Peninsula."

1 Naacal writings in a Tibetian monastery state that the Mayas settled m India over 70,000 years ago and were of a swarthy complexion with dark piercing eyes.

2 "Had not risen above the horizon" is a symbolical sentence. It does not refer to the celestial orb but to the turning of the Hindu Maya colony into a colonial empire. With the crown it had an escutcheon bestowed on it - a rising sun with raya coming up on the horizon, showing the Empire to be under the suzerainty of the Motherland - The Empire of the Sun.


This victory was over the Tamils who called their country Dravida. This war took place tens of thousands of years before the Aryans entered India.


When, thousands of years afterwards, India was split up into a number of little kingdoms, the Tamils again gained their independence and formed monarchies.

"The Maya adepts, the Naacals or Holy Brothers, started from the land of their birth in the east as missionaries of the religion and learning of the Motherland. They first went to Burma where they taught the Nagas. From Burma they established themselves in the Deccan, India, from whence they carried their religion and learning to the colonies of Babylonia and Egypt."

I never think of the Ramayana without feeling that I am about to shake hands with an ancient friend.


Valmiki, the Hindu Herodotus, appeals to me more than any other Hindu writer, possibly because it has been my fortunate lot to see so many of the ancient writings from which his were taken. I can mentally bridge the gulf of time between us and picture him sitting at the feet of the old master, Narana, and like myself later from another great master, deriving pearls of wisdom from the ancient teachings.


The Ramayana was written from temple records and temple histories, dictated from the originals by Narana to Valmiki. When Valmiki turned the tale of Rama and Sita into verse he used poetic license. Thoroughly to understand it and to appreciate it, it should also be read in the prose.


To make things perfectly clear, I quote:

"Then Valmiki went to Narana, a Rishi, one of the seven principal priests of India, and asked for the history of Rama and Sita. Then Narana from the temple histories read it to Valmiki."

From the history given him by Narana, Valmiki wrote the verses forming the life of Rama and Sita, one of the greatest epics ever penned by man.


Valmiki would make it appear in his verse that Rama was the son of the celestial orb, but in his prose writings he carefully shows that "Son of the Sun" does not mean a son of the celestial orb but a son of the Motherland, The Empire of the Sun, a colonial designation to which he was entitled being of the royal family of the Motherland.

Although Rama and Sita is the principal theme in Valmiki's writings, it is not the only one. There is a great deal of history in prose.


I quote from two translations, the historical parts from Hippolyte Fauche, and Rama and Sita from Romesh Dutt's.

"The synopsis of Rama and Sita is the celebration of the life, wanderings, exploits of Rama, the love of Rama for Sita his wife, the abduction of Sita by Ravana, the demon king of Ceylon, the final overthrow of Ravana by Rama and the return of Sita to Rama."

Valmiki has indulged in a great deal of symbolical writings in the poem which are fully explained in other Hindu texts.

From Rama and Sita (Romesh Dutt's translation):

"Vain her threat and soft entreaty, Raven held her in his wrath,
As the planet Budda, captures, fair Rokini in his path.
By his left hand, tremor shaken, Raksha held her streaming hair,
By his right, the ruthless Raksha lifted high the fainting fair.
Unseen dwellers of the woodland watched the dismal deed with shame.
Marked the mighty armed Raksha lift the poor and helpless dame,
Seat her in his car celestial yoked with asses winged with speed,
Golden in its shape and radiance, fleet as Indra's heavenly steed.
Angry threat and sweet entreaty Raven to her ears addressed,
As the struggling, fainting woman still he held upon his breast.
Vain his threat and vain entreaty, "Ramal Ramal" still she cried,
To the dark and dismal forest where her noble lord had hied.
Then arose the car celestial o'er the hill and wooded vale,
Like a snake in eagle's talons, Sita writhed with piteous wail.3
"Still the dubious battle lasted, until Rama in his ire,
Wielded Brahmin's dreadful weapon flaming with celestial fire.
Winged as lightning, dart of Indra, fatal as the bolt of heaven,
Wrapped in smoke and flaming flashes, speeding from the circle bow,
Pierced the iron heart of Raven, laid the lifeless hero low."

3 Romesh Dutt evidently ran up against the same obstacle in translation of this poem as everyone else has who has tried. The passage "yoked to asses" involves in the original a word hard to translate, because apparently we have no corresponding word in our language. Romesh Dutt used the word "asses" but calls attention to it in the type. The word used in the original evidently means a majestic power, or force. Notwithstanding Romesh Dutt's masterly and wonderful translation, there is a something insinuative in the original that apparently cannot be translated into another language. By translation the poem loses some of its beauty. Romesh Dutt's translation is, however, the best ever written.

Hindu Manuscript, Date unknown (B.C.):

"When morning dawned, Rama, taking the celestial car which Pushpaka had sent to him by Vivpishand, stood ready to depart. Self-moving was that car; it was large and finely painted. It had two stories and many chambers with windows and was draped with flags and banners. It gave forth a melodious sound as it coursed along its airy way."

Hindu Manuscript, Dated 500 B.C.:

"Rawan, King of Ceylon (?), flew over the enemy's army and dropped bombs, causing many casualties. Eventually Rawan was captured and slain and his flying machine fell into the hands of the Hindu chieftain Ram Chandra who flew it all the way back to his capital Adjudhia in Northern India."

Without question both of these manuscripts were taken from the same temple records at Ayhodia, as was the Rama and Sita poem, referring back 20,000 years ago.

Maha Bharata (1000 B.C.): Mention is made in this ancient book of the "gift of a flying machine" by a king to a brcfther monarch as a token of friendship.

These are the most detailed accounts I have found about the airships of the Hindus 15,000 to 20,000 years ago, except one 'which is a drawing and instructions for the construction of the airship and her machinery, power, engine, etc.


The power is taken from the atmosphere in a very simple inexpensive manner. The engine is somewhat like our present-day turbine in that it works from one chamber into another until finally exhausted. When the engine is once started it never stops until turned off. It will continue on if allowed to do so until the bearings are worn out.


These ships could keep circling around the earth without ever once coming down until the machinery wore out. The power is unlimited, or rather limited only by what metals will stand. I find various flights spoken of which according to our maps would run from 1000 to 3000 miles.

All records relating to these airships distinctly state that they were self-moving, they propelled themselves; in other words, they generated their own power as they flew along. They were independent of all fuel. It seems to me, in the face of this, and with all our boasting, we are about 15,000 to 20,000 years behind the times.


Dropping bombs from airships is a new sport with us, less than twenty years old; yet here we see that it was done 15,000 to 20,000 years ago.


Rawan was shot down with a circular gun that spit fire and made thunder which is uncommonly like some of our machine guns today. Yet the world is flattering itself today that never before during the history of man has there ever been such a brainy lot of scientists as are with us at the present time. Pure egotism crowned with ignorance.


I feel like the sage of old who said:

"There is nothing new under the sun."

There are many Chinese records of about the same date regarding these ancient flying machines.

While modern Hindu historians look upon the Ramayana and some other Hindu writings as myths, the Hindus themselves do not: they know better; so do I. We know their origin and from what they were taken. They are not myths; they are histories written in the usual style of their time. They are, generally speaking, extremely symbolical, and because historians have failed to understand these symbolical writings, they have classed them as myths.

Wheeler, "History of India" (Vol. 3, pp. 56, 57), says:

"The Mayas became known in after times as Nagas and Danavas."

Wheeler might have been more explicit and have said the Mayas came to India as Nagas and afterwards became known as Danavas.

"The traditions of the Nagas are obscure in the extreme. They point, however, to an ancient Maya or Naga Empire in the Deccan where the modern city of Nagpoor stands."

The traditions of the Nagas are not so very obscure.


The Nagas formed the first Hindu Empire. Their first king was called Ra Ma.4 At what date the Empire commenced or at what date it ended, only traditions remain and these, as Wheeler says, are obscure.


4 See footnote page 63.

Tradition says that the Naga Empire commenced more than 35,000 years ago. From various other legends I think this is conservative. An empire followed the Naga and lasted 10,000 years. Some of the temple records say that this empire ended about 3000 B. C., or 5000 years ago. Wheeler has fallen into the same error as Chandler about the Nagas being serpent worshipers.


Naga was the name of the cobra de capella in the Motherland and was selected by these people as their symbol of the Creator. They gave it seven heads to correspond with the seven commands of the Creation and adopted the name of Nagas for their distinction among the other people of the Motherland whose symbol for the Creator was different from their own.

H.T. Golebrook, "Asiatic Research" (Vol. 2, pp. 369, 476), says:

"Maya (Prince Maya) is considered the author of Souyra Siddhanta. Souyra Siddhanta is the most ancient treatise on astronomy in India. Prince Maya is represented as receiving his science from a partial incarnation of the Sun."

Prince Maya was the son of one of the early kings of the Naga Empire.


Tradition says,

"he lived more than 20,000 years ago and when a young man went to the Motherland to attend her colleges where he learnt his sciences."

This would account for the representation that he was "A partial incarnation of the Sun." The word "incarnation" is the wrong word.

"This work on which all Indian astronomy is founded was discovered in Benares by Sir Robert Chambers. It is a work of great antiquity, since it is attributed to a Maya author whose astronomical rules show that he was well acquainted with trigonometry, proving that obtuse sciences were cultivated in these remote ages."

My personal opinion regarding the original Souyra Siddhanta is that it was written in the Motherland and brought to India by Prince Maya when he returned from his studies.

The Rig Veda, The Rig Veda is one of the old Hindu books and is supposed to have been written about 1500 B.C.


The meaning of the name is: Rig - verse, and Veda - knowledge. Knowledge given in verse. The Rig Veda is unquestionably written from two sources, namely, temple histories and legends; therefore, the Rig Veda tells of the then past and not of the then present, 1500 B.C. Some of it unquestionably refers back tens of thousands of years as it is found in the writings of the Motherland.

There are several remarkable passages in the Rig Veda which correspond with the Sacred Inspired Writings.


As an example:

"Desire was formed in His mind."

This refers to Creation.


In the Popol Vuh, the Quiche Sacred Book, written in Guatemala, Central America, also taken from the Sacred Writings, it appears as:

"First desire was formed in His mind to create."

In the Nahantl writings of Yucatan it is given as "He expressed a desire to create."

In the Rig Veda is written:

"He who measures out the light in the atmosphere."

In the Nahantl it is given:

"In the atmosphere which contains the light."

In the Sacred Writings:

"The arrows of the Sun met the arrows of the earth in her atmosphere and gave life to light."

I am definitely sure, although without proof, that the original Rig Veda was composed by a Naacal poet and was stolen by the Aryans who afterwards claimed it as their own production.


At the time the Rig Veda was written, the Aryans were neither highly educated nor competent to write such verse. The Naacals were. They were the adepts of the wisdom and sciences of the Motherland.

I am not criticizing histories on modern India. I am simply attempting to throw light on the writers of the ancient history of India who have all, except Robertson, evaded details about ancient India. They go back to the first settlement of Aryans in India and make that the start of India's civilization. When Indianologists decided on writing histories of India, why did they base their history on myths which are self-evident, instead of facts?


The temples, most of them, have some sort of records of the ancient past, some more, some less, and a few none at all, so they say, but this is open to doubt. There are numerous figures and bas-reliefs carved on walls throughout India. Nearly every figure and group of figures is a tableau describing some historical event.


All these are lines in history.

The foregoing is all sufficient to show where the expressions found in the Rig Veda came from.

A.E. Smith, commenting on the Vedic literature, says:

"The age of the Vedic Literature is unknown but it is exceedingly remote."

Here Smith is absolutely correct, for it is "exceedingly remote," being translations from the literature written in the Motherland and brought to India by the Naacals, tens of thousands of years before.


Historians say that the Vedic literature was written by the Aryans. This is impossible. The Aryans were not sufficiently cultivated and advanced to compose such verse at the time the Rig Veda was written. The Aryans did not become known as scholars until a sect known as Brahmins began to form colleges of their own based on the teachings they had received from the Naacals before they drove them out of India.


And what extravagances did these Brahmins introduce into the pure religion taught by the Naacals?


Let us read:


Vamana, one of the Hindu Sages. Vamana has many scornful and bitter words for the Brahmin ritualists and ascetic devotees who set their hopes of salvation upon formal ceremonies.

"What are you better for smearing your body with ashes? Your thoughts should be set on God alone; for the rest, an ass can wallow in the dirt as well as you."

"Oh, ye asses! Why do you make balls of food and give them to the crows in the name of your ancestors? How can a dung-eating crow be an ancestor of yours?"

W. Robertson, "An Historical Disquisition, India," published 1794, page 247, says:

"While among the Greeks and Romans the only method used for the notation of numbers was by the letters of the alphabet, which necessarily rendered arithmetical calculations extremely tedious and operose. The Indians had from time immemorial employed for the same purpose the ten cyphers, or figures, now universally known, and by means of them performed every operation in arithmetic with the greatest facility and expedition.

"The Arabians (Moors) introduced the mode of notation into Europe. Men of business relinquished the former method of computation by letters, and the Indian arithmetic came into general use in Europe." 5

Page 249: "The epoch of these astronomical tables is of high antiquity and coincides with the beginning of the celebrated era of the Calyouhan or Collee Jaque which commenced according to the Indian account 3102 B.C." 6

5 The ten cyphers, figures or glyphs did not originate in India. They originated in the Motherland and were there known as the "cardinal numbers" and alsc carried an esoteric meaning which translated was "The Creation of Man by the One God."

6 The year 3102 B.C., or about 5000 years ago, IB one hundred years at least BEFORE the Aryans made their first small settlement in the Saraswatti Valley.

"The Brahmins, it is well known, borrowed their system of cosmogony and acquired the knowledge of astronomy, as well as all other sciences of civilization, from the highly civilized Nagas, whom afterwards they relentlessly persecuted."

Page 254. Here Robertson again refers to "The early and high civilization of India. It is accordingly, for those very remote ages, about 5000 years distant from the present time, that their astronomy is most accurate and the nearer we come to our time, the conformity of its results with ours diminishes."

Here it is plainly seen that the Brahmins were responsible for dragging India down from her foremost place among nations.


It is here illustrated that when the wisdom and teachings of the Nagas were withdrawn the Brahmins at once commenced a downward fall in the sciences, giving evidence that is incontrovertible that the persecution and driving out of the Naga scientists, the teachers of the Brahmins, was the death knell to India's supremacy in the sciences and her high position among nations.


When the Nagas could stand the persecution no longer, those who could took their books and records and went into the mountains on the north, settling in monasteries on the southern slopes of the Himalayas. Subsequently they were forced to take another step further north. They then settled in Tibet on the northern slopes of the Himalayas. Very few remained in the south.

Page 298:

"From this long induction, the conclusion which seems obvious is that the Indian astronomy is founded on observations which were made at a very early period, and when we consider the exact agreement of the places which they assign to the sun, moon and other heavenly bodies at that epoch with those deduced from the tables of De La Caille and Mayer, it strongly confirms the truth of the position which I have been endeavoring to establish concerning the early and high state of civilization in India"

The foregoing confirms my own research work.

  • it is clearly and distinctly shown that the civilization of India ranked amongst the foremost in the world, thousands and tens of thousands of years ago, tens of thousands of years before the Aryans made a settlement in India

  • it clearly and distinctly shows that the Aryans were inferior in civilization, arts and sciences to the highly civilized Nagas into whose country they entered

  • it is clearly and distinctly shown that the Aryans obtained their civilization and what arts and sciences they knew from the Nagas

The Brahmin priesthood first learnt what they could and then persecuted the Nagas to extinction.

M. De Voltaire, "The Hist. & State of all nations," A. D. 1758, Vol. 3, page 13:

"The school of the ancient gymosophists was still subsisting in the great city of Benares on the banks of the Ganges. There the Brahmins cultivated the Sacred language, which they call Hanferit, and look upon it as the most ancient of all the east. They admit of genii, like the primitive Persians.


They tell their disciples that idols are made only to fix the attention of the people and are different emblems of the deity; but as this sound theology 'would turn to no profit they concealed it from the people and leave them in their ignorance in which they find their own account. It seems as the heat of southern climates rendered the inhabitants more inclined to superstitution and enthusiasm than other countries."

This needs no further comment on my part having heretofore shown what the Brahminitical Priesthood were. It, however, strongly confirmed Robertson and my own researches.

The Manava-dharma Sastra, according to Chezy, was written 1300 B.C. from very ancient works of the Brahmins. To me it seems unquestionable that Chezy is wrong about its being written from "very ancient works of the Brahmins."


This is without question another Naacal work. The work refers to times thousands upon thousands of years before the Brahmins developed in India. Competent Hindu sages tell me that this book refers to times more than 20,000 years ago. This I have corroborated by tablets found in temples. The Brahmins may have stolen it and published it as their own.

The Maha Bharata is one of the great Hindu epics. Apparently it was written about 1000 B.C. Its author is unknown. I have been unable to find any temple histories from which this may have been taken. In all probability the basis of it was legendary. It recounts the great war the Bharatas fought during the 13th and 14th Centuries B.C. between Kurus, whose ancient kingdom was situated along the Upper Ganges, and Panchatas of a neighboring tribe.


Kaurarus and Pandavas fought for the capital city of Hastinapur.


The following is another headline which I have found condensing the details of the Bharata war:

"The Kavarus, the 100 sons of Dhritarashtra, led by Durgodhana, made war against the Pandavas, the 5 sons of Pandu, the brother of Dhritarashtra, who was led by Yudhishthira."

The Maha Bharata having been written 1000 B. C. and the Bharata war having occurred 1400-1500 B.C. shows the book to have been written 500 years after the event, therefore upon legendary records.


The Maha Bharata like the Ramayana has not remained in its original form. Alterations have been made and many additions to the original writings. It would seem that, although the great theme of the Maha Bharata was the Bharata war, it includes other events as well.

Omen's translation, page 118, says:

"Now Maya was the chief architect of the Danavas."

Maya, the great architect and scientist, was a Prince of the Nagas, subsequently call Danavas, of the First Colonial Indian Empire dating back over 20,000 years.

Page 133:

"Arjama carried war against a tribe of the Danavas, the Nivata-Kavachas, who were very powerful numbering 30,000,000 people whose principal city was Hiranypura."

As these date back to very ancient times they are in all probability two of the additions made to the original. The Nivata-Kavachas being Danavas, were Nagas; and being Nagas they were Mayas.

Hiranypura is a word composed of Naga-Maya vocables and means "the home of those who dwell on the ocean," navigators and sailors. One of the western seaports of the Motherland was called Hiranypura. The remains of this city are still to be seen on the Caroline Islands. This city was lost some 12,000 to 13,000 years ago with the destruction of the Motherland.


I have added this note to carry recorded Indian history back over 10,000 years beyond the date of Hindu authorities. As a matter of fact, written records in a northern monastery carry the civilization of India back more than 50,000 years. This corresponds with what is found written in Yucatan.


Like Egypt,

"there never was a time of savagery in India from which civilization might have been developed."

India was the pearl on the brow of the Motherland. This does not entirely agree with many Hindu historians, so I must disagree with them on the grounds that I have studied the subject before writing about it.

The Dzyan is a Hindu book written in Sanskrit about 1500 B. c. The book is accredited to the Brahmins and it certainly looks like their work. In this book the Naacal copies of the Sacred Inspired Writings of the Motherland have been taken as a base to work on. The Dzyan is the most incomplete and the most ambiguous ancient work I have ever come across.


It takes the Sacred Writings and with evident deliberateness misinterprets and adds to them. Misstatements permeate the whole text. The book reads as if it had been designed to breed distrust, fear and superstition in the people. There is very little symbolism in it. It is, rather, filled up with comparisons, unphilosophical and absolutely one-sided. No point is proven.


Most sentences read like the headline of a chapter, leaving the chapter unwritten. There is no continuity of subjects, which leaves the whole thing indefinite. If the writer was only committing stray thoughts to writing, he admirably succeeded, but to follow the workings of his mind by his writings is absolutely impossible.


If it was a work written with a view to breeding schisms and sects, without doubt it is admirable.

Let us be generous. Did the writer know himself what he meant? What he was driving at? I doubt it. To me it looks like the writings of a disordered brain, wandering about in a fog.


There is a fantastic tendency throughout with mythical thoughts ruling the mind and a leaning towards the Cosmic Sciences which he did not understand in the least, as is shown by the following:

Sloka 9:

"Light is a cold flame, a flame is fire, fire produces heat, and heat produces life."

In the Sacred Writings it is particularly shown that light is an earthly force, not an element. Flames are superheated elements passing off in the form of gases after an analysis of the material by the earth's heat force. Life is produced by the combination of two forces working on an elementary body.


Another paragraph:

"Heat produces water."

Heat is a force, water is composed of two elements, forces do not make or produce elements.

Pages of such nonsense can be taken from the Dzyan equaling in absurdity the foregoing Sloka.



"The Books of the Golden Age" is an Oriental name given to "The Sacred Inspired Writings" of Mu, the Motherland.


Among all ancient people and people of great antiquity they were also called The Sacred Mysteries. The reading of these books was known only to masters, high priests, and some selected priests. Neither the lower members of the priesthood nor the people could read them.

Many chapters in these books or writings have been horribly mutilated by unscrupulous priests for purposes of their own, so that misconceptions and inventions have been handed down for thousands of years.


Sir Edwin Arnold in the opening chapter of his charming epic, The Light of Asia, hit the nail squarely on the head where he says:

"The extravagances which disfigure (religions) are to be referred to that inevitable degradation which priesthoods always inflict upon great ideas committed to their charge."

"Religions invariably become discordant in frequent particulars and sorely overlaid by corruptions, inventions and misconceptions."

Had Sir Edwin been capable of deciphering, translating, and reading The Books of the Golden Age which he refers to as "The Books" he would without question have expressed his feelings in still stronger language.


The Hindu priesthood were not alone and some were even worse, we have only to look at the records of the Egyptians, Phoenicians and Aztecs to see this confirmed. In many cases it is very apparent that the Hindu priesthood's object was to breed mystification, superstition and awe in the hearts of the people and so bring them, body and soul, under priestly control. The priesthood would give a part only of what was written on a tablet, declaring it to be the Sacred Inspired Writings.


I have made an accusation against the priesthood. It is, therefore, only right that I should prove my assertion. To do this I will give a few examples of what is actually written in the Sacred Writings and what the priesthood, subsequent to the driving out of the Naacals, have given out to the people.


My first example will be an extract from the Section on Creation:

"Let us make man after our own fashion and let us endow him with powers to rule the earth." "Created man and placed within his body a living imperishable part or spirit, and man became like the Creator in intellectual powers."

Thus showing that man is a special creation.

I must now take another extract from the Sacred Writings, also coming out of the Section on Creation.



Extravagant lengths of lives have been doled out by the priesthood for the purpose of accomplishing their own ends; which was, receiving payment from those who wished to prolong their lives beyond the ordinary period assigned to man.


It worked well, fortunes rolled into the priesthood's coffers, and if the man did not live as long as paid for, it was his own fault because he did not follow implicitly the priestly instructions.

"Man may live a thousand years."

This extravagance was handed out to the people thousands of years ago and has been religiously brought down to present time.


The people have been taught that it was their material body that could be made to thus survive if they would follow the instructions of the priesthood and pay a little for it - just a little, only all the worldly wealth they possessed.


The complete translation of this tablet reads:

"Man may live a thousand years. It is The Man, the Divine Spark which thus survives but not his material body; that returns to mother earth."

When Moses translated this sentence he put the right construction on it he translated it as:

"The span of man's life is three score and ten years," etc., etc.

When Valmiki, the Hindu Herodotus, wrote his wonderful epic the Ramayana, he made omissions from the original which entirely changed the meaning. I refer to the passage where he says:

"And Rama reigned 10,000 years."

Valmiki left out the preceding words "the descendants of."


The old Rishi and I deciphered either the original tablet or an old, old copy of it.


This tablet says:

"And the descendants of Ram Chandra sat upon his throne for 10,000 years."

In other words, it was the Rama Dynasty that lasted 10,000 years and not the reign of the first Rama.

"By His will the Almighty created all things".

Upon this passage they advanced and taught the theory that Everything was a part of the Creator Himself, which naturally means there is no God when everything is God. This being the case the worship of a piece of wood or stone is not idolatry because the piece of wood or stone is God. And the cannibalistic savage when worshiping his fetish is all right because his fetish is our God!


Can a more horrible conception be conceived?

The Sacred Inspired Writings distinctly state and frequently reiterate that Man only has been made a part of the Creator; then, not the material body but the soul or the Divine Spark that exists within the material body. All creations, other than man, are mere works or products of the will of the Creator. A picture is the product of the artist, but not a part of the artist himself.


A box is the product of the carpenter, but not a part of the carpenter himself. A seed sown in the ground by the gardener, germinates, shoots up and bears flowers and fruit. The flowers and fruit are not a part of the gardener, they are the product of his work. A tree sends forth leaves and flowers, these leaves and flowers are a part of the tree.


So here on earth, all and everything except man are products of the Creator's work and not parts of the Creator himself. Man only is the leaf upon the tree.



One of the rankest of the early Brahminitical teachings was:

"Man started from nothing, then became a grass, then followed to a fish, from a fish he became an amphibian, from the amphibian he advanced to the reptile, from a reptile he became a mammal and from a mammal man was produced."

The passage from the Sacred Inspired Writings from which this invention was worked out reads:

"From Mother Earth the material body comes and to Mother Earth it returns."

In these teachings they do not show how man became possessed of a soul - they could not.

A careful comparison of the old Brahminitical books and writings with the Sacred Inspired Writings clearly shows why there are so many sects and divergent religious opinions in India. Most of them widely different from the religion brought to them by the Naacals. It generally arose from their taking sentences out of paragraphs. Tens of thousands of years have passed since the original Sacred Writings were etched on clay tablets.


Each time they have been translated since leaving the hands of the Naacals, greater and more numerous inventions, extravagances, additions, omissions and misconceptions have been engrafted into the translations by the cunning, unscrupulous priesthoods.

Another example of priestly infamy is shown in the early Buddhist priesthood of Northern India.



With a view to enslaving the people, both body and soul, to the aggrandizement of the priesthood, further to gain absolute control over the minds and worldly possessions, the priesthood invented obtuse doctrines and used them in place of the simple, pure and plain teachings of Gautama Buddha.


They turned the Buddhist religion in Northern India into a metaphysical, mystical, mythical doctrine which not one in a thousand could understand.

The priesthood invented a succession of earthly Buddhas with a series of counterparts called Dhyani Buddhas with spiritual emanations called Dhyani Bod-hisattvas.


Later to complete their program by adding fear and dread to awe and superstition, they introduced into the Buddhist religion the degrading worship of Siva, the mythical man-devil in connection with a mythical hell. Egypt had taught India a great lesson with its man-devil Set and his mythical hell.


The Hindus were not slow in any way to see the great advantage a devil and a hell would be to them.



The origin of an immaculate conception and virgin birth is to be found in the Sacred Inspired Writings.


It originates from the 5th Command in Creation,

"From these cosmic eggs life carne forth as commanded."

In a subsequent chapter explaining Creation, cosmic eggs are referred to as "the Virgins of Life."


The sentence reads:

"Hoi Hu Kal."

Hoi: closed. Hu: virgin womb. Kal: to open.


Free reading: to pierce or open the virgin womb; and by extension: to pierce or open the virgin womb of Life.


For this reason the ancients called the waters "The Mother of Life," for up to this period of the earth's development the womb of Life had been closed. The advent of Life had opened the virgin womb in the waters.

Later, when the Four Great Primary Forces were given the names of Gods by the ancients in their theogony, they made them of immaculate birth to correspond with the teachings of the Sacred Writings; namely, that first life, either of the gods or nature, came from the result of Ho] Hu Kal.

Upon this ancient conception modern priesthoods have invented immaculate conceptions and virgin births for various men who have lived.


Our learned scholars tell us that the ancient kings claimed virgin birth because they called themselves "Son of the Sun." These kings claimed nothing of the kind, they were emperors of colonial empires under the suzerainty of Mu, the Empire of the Sun, and "Son of the Sun" was a title bestowed on these kings by Mu, thus showing their allegiance to her.


"Son of the Sun" meant son or child of the Empire of the Sun.



The Sacred Inspired Books were written for the purpose of teaching early man religion; therefore, man's first religion was the teachings of the Sacred Books.


The basis of this religion was Love. Man's Love for the Heavenly Father and His works. The Divine Love of the Heavenly Father for His son Man.

Every teaching was plain and simple without a particle of theology. The most ignorant could understand every phrase in it. There was nothing of any kind indefinite. It was impossible not to understand it thoroughly. Man was taught to approach the Heavenly Father, not with fear or dread, but with confidence, and above all, Love: as a child would run to its earthly father who is standing with outstretched arms to receive it.


Love stood at the head of the 12 great virtues, because Love governs the Universe and the Heavenly Father is The Great Love.

After studying the teachings of these writings, if I were asked,

"Where is God's greatest temple on earth?"

I should answer:

"In the heart of man; the perfect temple for the adoration of God; the perfect temple for silent meditation and Love; the temple available at all times and in all places, any hour of the day or night, whether it be in crowded city or desert plain, for the Love and Adoration of the Heavenly and the temple where man can become at one with the Heavenly Father."

Tell me, what other temple can fill its place?



There were many symbols for the various attributes of the Deity, but only two for the full Godhead. The perfect understanding of these two great symbols is an important factor in tracing the various lines of colonization from the Motherland.

The Sun and the adorned Serpent were the two symbols. The Sun was the most sacred because it was the collective or monotheistic symbol. The adorned Serpent was the symbol of the Deity as the Creator only. As the monotheistic symbol of the Deity, the Sun was called Ra and sometimes written La. When the Sun was spoken of and referred to as the celestial orb it was given its name according to the language of the country.


Originally the Sun was pictured as a plain circle. Later the circle was used for other symbolizations such as The Universe, Infinity, etc.; then, to specialize it as the monotheistic symbol, additions were made to it. The Nagas added a dot in the center and the Uighurs, their northern neighbors, a smaller circle instead of a dot.

The adorned Serpent as before stated was the symbol of the Deity as the Creator. The Nagas selected the cobra de capella and gave it 7 heads to correspond with the 7 Commands in Creation. This symbol was apparently used from the southern half of the western shores of the Motherland, inland how far there is no telling.


To the north of the Naga region, a conventional form of the Quetzacoatl was used which they called Khan or King. This form is known as the Dragon. On the eastern central, and to the north, the venomous feather-covered serpent, Quetzacoatl, was the symbol. Among the people who settled in western North America we find many variations in the conventional forms of Quetzacoatl.

Following the two Suns mentioned and the forms of Serpents, goes a long way in telling us who any particular ancient people were originally. It is a foundation to work on and distinctly shows us where they commingled.



All historians speak of "The Aryan Invasion of India."


This has been misleading to the public, for the public generally has been left with the idea that the Aryans sent an army of soldiers into India and conquered the country. This was not so. The same misconceptions have been taught about the Incas of Peru who superseded the Aymaras. Instead of the word invasion being used, the more appropriate word would have been infiltration which would have given a correct explanation.

The first Aryans in India were a small company who left the bleak mountain valleys of the Hindu Koosh and came down into India. They settled among the Nagas7 in the valley of the Saraswatti River in the Punjab.


They were received kindly by the Nagas and made welcome, so they sent back word to the mountains for their relatives and friends to come. They came, not a laggard among them; and they kept coming for hundreds of years, by families, by scores, and by hundreds; and as they came, the newcomers settled to the east of the previous ones until they had completely overrun the land and settled themselves throughout the whole of the northern parts of India.

Hindu historians disagree as to the date when the Aryans first came to India.


E.G. Tillac says:

"The Aryan Invasion of India took place 6000 B.C. to 4000 B.C.," a slight difference of 2000 years.

V.A. Smith entirely disagrees with Tillac and says:

"The Aryans first commenced to come to India 1500 B.C."

For certain reasons hereafter given, I believe that Smith is much nearer right than Tillac.

These Aryans subsequently became known as the Hindu Aryans. The Medes and the Persians commenced to leave their mountain homes in the neighborhood of about 1800 B.C. to 1600 B.C. and completed their exodus about 1500 B.C. The Hindu Aryans were the descendants of a company of Uighurs who were marooned in the mountains of Afghanistan near the Hindu Koosh when the mountains were raised.


The Medes and Persians were a continuation of these in the north.

For thousands of years they had existed in these bleak, inhospitable parts. During this time they had so multiplied that these mountain valleys could not sustain the ever-increasing population. Then they followed down the mountains until they came to the fertile plains and valleys of India. Being well received by the inhabitants, they stayed and sent for the rest to come along.


Owing to their hand-to-mouth existence in the mountains, they were exceedingly hardy but low in education. In their bitter struggles to sustain life, all learning and sciences were neglected. Apparently they retained the art of reading and writing only, so that on their arrival in India, they were only rough, uncouth, hardy mountaineers.

As the migrations of the Aryans streamed down into the plains of India through Afghanistan and Kashmir, continuing for hundreds of years, they gradually obtained possession of the land along the whole of Northern India. Thus they crowded out the aborigines, the Nagas. This meant a displacement of population because there was no war or slaughter. The aborigines had to clear out.


What became of them? Where did they go?


A great many intermarried with the Aryans so that there was a mixture and produced a type which is very prominent in India today. This mixture is now classed among the Aryans. What became of those who did not marry and were crowded out? I can find neither record nor legend that is acceptable. I will give what appears to be a reasonable deduction.


It must, however, be thoroughly understood that these are deductions, not assertions. They may or may not be correct.

The ancient Maharatta Kingdom first extended from the northern boundary of India to an unrecorded point south. The next time the Maharattas appear on the stage of India's history is when they are located in what is now called Central India, having been crowded out this far south by the encroaching Aryans. At this time the Maharatta Kingdom had as its capital city Gwalior.


Rajputana the Kingdom extended down to Goa. There is a Sanskrit writing saying that the Maharattas were driven thus far south by the Aryans. I think the word "driven" is an error, and the words "crowded out" would better convey the actual meaning. I think as the Aryans crowded in from the Hindu Koosh, the Maharattas gradually went farther south. The Maharattas again come into prominence A.D. 1650 to A.D. 1680 when they broke the power of the Mongul conquerors of India.


From the time of Savaji, the Mohammedan power declined.

The Maharattas were in India when the Aryans first began to arrive. Their traditions say they were among the first comers to India. The Maharattas are not of the Aryan stock but belong to the Nagas, so that in the Maharattas we find the descendants of the first people who occupied Northern India. Intermarriages may have changed much of their blood but the stock is Naga.


No date can be given of the first Maharatta Kingdom. It was, however, back beyond 10,000 years ago. Legends seem to indicate that the first Maharatta Kingdom was contemporary with the adjoining Ra Ma Empire which apparently succeeded the Naga Empire.

Another small Hindu colony found in the Madras Presidency at Ootakamund in the Nilgiri Hills has all the earmarks of the ancient Nagas.

  • They are known as Tudas.

  • Their number is small, less than 2000, and they are steadily disappearing.

  • They are a white, handsome race, tall and athletic, with Roman noses, beautiful teeth, large full expressive eyes.

  • They never wear any head covering but let the hair grow six to seven inches long so that it forms a thick, bushy mass of curls around the head.

  • They are honest, brave, inoffensive and live as herdsmen.

  • They have a temple which is dedicated to Truth.

  • They look upon the Brahmins with scorn and contempt; probably on account of the past

In the Kashmir Valley there is a secluded people known as Nayas who still worship the Deity through the symbol Naga, the seven-headed Serpent.


Are these Nayas of Kashmir a still surviving, pure-blooded remnant of the ancient Nagas? I have never had the opportunity of getting their history or legends. These people may be the descendants of a small company who left India under the persecution of the Aryans and took refuge in the Kashmir Mountains. It would be interesting to know their origin.

As previously stated, the Brahmins, after gaining what knowledge they were capable of absorbing from the Naacals, persecuted them. Robertson says "to extinction."


This is only partially true. It is true that they drove them out of all temples, colleges and educational institutions but not to absolute extinction, for many went north into the Himalayan Mountains and to the mountains beyond in Central Asia, and these formed colleges of their own out beyond the world, so to speak. The descendants of a few, very few, are still in existence.


Among these very few there are those who have managed to maintain and retain some of the sciences and learning of the Earth's First Civilization. Those retained have been principally about the science of man's great Divine Force; the other sciences have either been neglected or forgotten.



Pundit Dayanand Saraswatti and Swami Vive Kananda in their writings assert that the Nagas came to India from Patala and that Patala means antipodes, directly opposite, on the other side of the earth.


I must take exception to this definition of the word Patala by these learned Hindus. Without doubt the Nagas came from Patala, but Patala does not mean antipodes. The word Patala, is composed of three Naga vocables.


Two are of the Motherland's vocabulary and the third is a Naga modification of the Motherland's.

Pa or Paa - cover over, extend over - by extension - shine over.
ta - ground, place, where.
La - the Sun.

Both the Nagas and the May as occasionally called the Sun La instead of Ra.


Patala, therefore, means "The Land of the Sun" which was one of the names given to Mu, the Motherland.

When the capital city of Babylonia was built by the Akkadians and Sumerians, they called it La Ka which means The City of the Sun and, by extension, The City of the Lord. When Alexander the Great was compelled to turn back from his intended conquest of India, he built a port for reentry at the head of the Indus Delta and called it Patala.


This city still remains but modernized in both structure and name.


It is now called Tatta.

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