According to the Veda, the "blessed Lord Hara" with the Goddess Uma flew down upon Arjuna, weapons blazing.


Others were with him, in particular Muka, who sounds very much like Set as he takes on his form as a boar which always seemed to be the shape of his particular warship, but of course this need not be him if they were all using such crafts.


Arjuna said as he took "up his bow Gandiva and arrows, which were like poisonous snakes, stringing his fine bow and twanging the bowstring.

"Since you seek to kill me who have come here innocently, I shall be the first to send you to Yama's realm.'' 1

He knocked one of the ships of Muka's out of the air but it resumed flight again.


The fight resumed but there was no contest as their weapons were evenly matched as usual on the mountain where "the thirty Gods meet."


This lord who fought Arjuna held the trident staff, always a hallmark of the Anunnaki. The contest went on, but still no match. The two then faced one another on the mountaintop.


Arjuna, sword in hand, attacked him but the latter deflected it and the two fought hand to hand.

"The powerful Partha, belching smoke from his mouth, struck blows of the invincible mountain man with fists that impacted like thunderbolts.


The blessed Lord in his aspect of a mountain man then struck Phalguna with fists that were tike Sakra's bolts, and a ghastly crackling sound rose from the fists of the embattled Pandava and the mountain man.


The hair-raising grand battle went an for a while with hard striking arms, as that battle of yore between Vitro and Indro. The powerful Jisnu seized the mountain man by the chest, and the other struck his wrestling foe with great force. From the grinding press of the arms and the rubbing of their chests a fire with embers and smoke blazed up in their limbs.


Finally the Great God got a good grip on Arjuna and assaulted him mightily and furiously, stunning him out of his wits. And so, Phalguna. looking like a ball of flesh with his limbs mangled by the God of Gods. O Bharata, lost control of his body. Subdued by the great-spirited God, his breathings slopped and he fell down unconscious.


And Bhava was pleased."

The following Veda version is clearly out of the Bible rendition, or should I say the other way around, and the God praises him for his job even though Arjuna came out the worst.

"The Blessed Lord said, Bhah, Bhah. Phalguna, I am pleased with your peerless deed, your gallantry and endurance. There is no baran like you! Your splendor and mine, and our might, have been matched today, prince sans blame.


I am pleased with you, strong-armed bull among men, set eyes on me! I shall give you eyesight, wide-eyed hero! You have been a seer before, now you shall defeat all your enemies, may they be celestial!"

Arjuna then begs forgiveness for fighting with him not knowing who he was just as Jacob in the Bible.


Gen. 32:24-32 from the Bible, is again, just a blending of God's wrenching Jacob's acetabulum and this Veda fight of a God and Arjuna.

"Wearer of shells, lord of all creatures, who look Bhaga's eyes, pray, Hail-bringer, forgive my offense. I have come to this great mountain desirous lo see you, to this mountain that is your favorite, O lard of the Gods, the superb abode of ascetics.


I beseech you, lord who are honored by all the creatures, let there be no guilt for me, Great God, from my wanton violence. Samkara, I throw myself on your mercy; forgive me for fighting you in ignorance!"

But as in the Bible, why would a God try to kill him if he were a friend or relative?


The text goes on that Arjuna wishes to have the,

"dreadful Pasupota weapon, 'which' is called Brahmin's head, gruesome, of terrible power, which at the horrible end of the Eon will destroy the entire world.


With it I may burn down in battle the Dananvas and the Raksasas, the evil spirits and Piscas. Gandharvas, and Snakes. From its mouth, when properly spelt, issue forth thousands of tridents, awful-looking clubs, and missiles like venomous snakes. With it I shall embattle Bhisma, Drona and Krpa, and the always rough-spoken son of the suta.


This is my first wish, my lord, who took Bhaga's eyes, (Bhaga is Indra - Now we are told how the terrible weapon he could not handle, blinded him - A.N.) so that by your grace I may go forth competent!"

See all that the Bible leaves out! Why though would a lord who tries to kill him, then help him?


But more striking here, they had obtained the ultimate weapon, placing logistics in their favor:

"The Blessed Lord said: I shall give you the great Pasupala weapon, which is my favorite, equally capable. Pandava, of maintaining, releasing, and destroying. Even great Indra does not know it, nor Yama. nor the king of the Yaksas; neither Varuna nor the Wind God, how much less the humans.


However, Partha. you must never lei it loose at any man in wanton violence, for if it hits a person of insufficient power, it might burn down the entire world. There is no one in all three worlds with their moving and standing creatures who is invulnerable to it, and it can be launched with a thought, a glance, o word, or a bow."

Well, the truth will out as they say, it is against Indra whom they will use it.


The god of the "Bull-banner" who had "laughed" when the fight was over and forgave him was probably as eager to be rid of Indra as the Pandava and with his trident and bull-banner was no doubt a relative and Arjuna's fighting him meant the latter had mistaken his different form as being one of the enemy. Both would now work to the mutual satisfaction of each other.


The lord then tells him how to operate this most dangerous of weapons:

"Now learn!"

Then he taught the best of the Pandavas about this missile, along with the secrets of its return, this missile that is Death incarnate.


Thenceforth it waited on the great-spirited hero as it does on Uman's three-eyed spouse, and Arjuna accepted it happily. And earth with her mountains, forest, and trees, and oceans and odd spots of wilderness, with villages, cities, and mines, trembled. When the moment come there ivas an outcry of conches, drums, and kettledrums by the thousands, and a huge quake occurred.


The Gods and the Danavas witnessed how that fiercely burning dreadful missile stood bodily deployed at the side of the boundlessly lustrous Pandava. The Three-eyed God touched the boundlessly lustrous Phalguna. and whatever was ailing in his body, il all disappeared.


The Three-eyed God dismissed Arjuna, saying,

"Now go to heaven."

And, bowing his head, the Partha looked at the God with folded hands.

This God was named Siva too. which is a title, and like his brethren either had the supernumerary eye or the frontal fibroma. He then flew up to the heavens. Do you take great notice of the test they took to see how it works? Sound familiar? And, again sounding much like Jacob in the Bible.


Arjuna later declares.

"I have seen the Great God in person! I am fortunate and greatly favored, for I hove seen the three-eyed, boon-granting Hara of the Pinaka in his own form, and I have touched his person with my hand. I know that I have completely succeeded by myself; all the enemies are defeated and my purpose has been accomplished."

All of the hosts of the Gods arrived and the world guardians said to him.

"Your fame will remain everlasting in the world. Phalguna. for yon have satisfied the Great God himself in a grand battle: and with Visnu you will lighten the burden of the earth."

The World Guardians always seem to be those who came between and saw that justice was done.


Yama himself appeared and in a "thunderous voice" said in his wisdom, who knows the Law entire, occupying the south, uttered this blissful word:

"Arjuna. Arjuna, behold us! The World Guardians have assembled. We bestow on you eyesight, for you ore worthy of seeing us."

"Take my weapon, the irresistible staff, strong-armed hero, for with this weapon you shall do great deeds."

Arjuna received the weapon, and knew,

"the proper manner, with the spells, the correct mode of address, and instructions on unleashing and returning it."

Varuna said to him,

"for even Death cannot escape you when you attack. When you go to war with this weapon, the earth shall doubtless be emptied of barons."

It seems at this great assembly all the Gods imparted some sort of weapon for the titanic battle ahead,

"After him spoke the Lord of Riches, who dwells on Mount Kailasa, when Varuna and Yama had given their divine weapons".


"Strong-armed, left-handed archer, ancient God everlasting, in eons gone by you always labored at our side. Now accept from me too a gift, my precious weapon of disappearance, which dissipates energy, vigor, and splendor, and put the foe to sleep, enemy-killer."

The "King of the Gods" then approached him and Rama said,

"Strong-armed son of Kunti, you are the ancient lord who attained to the ultimate perfection and went in person the divine way. For a very great task is yours to accomplish for the Gods, enemy-tamer! You must ascend lo heaven; be prepared, radiant man. My chariot driven by Matali shall come to earth for you, and in heaven I shall give you the weapons of the Gods Kaurava."

They then, after being saluted by Arjuna, left 'Star-trek' style,

"returned as they had come, with the speed of thought at their beck and call" with Arjuna "very joyous" that he had received the weapons they needed.

Now, was this a bomb to counteract the one Siva promised to drop in his "holocaust," or was this one the "ultimate" weapon, one capable of disintegrating all of earth?


The entire Middle East was laid waste by Siva it seems to keep the Pandava away. But the Pandava now threatened to destroy the entire world. Why, then, did they leave so abruptly? Rama was usually against such policies, he may not have agreed to this.


They surely would not have left so abruptly if they had the 'ultimate weapon.' Did Siva somehow gain control of it? Here, is where we have a huge gap in this history which does tell us, however, why our ancestors cannot return. If you noticed in the text, the Lord tells Arjuna that if he uses it on earth, it will destroy it completely, so obviously, the weapon was meant for combat in space only, which is why all the gods were for it.


But if Siva obtained use of it...

The Pandava fought so for earth through all these thousands of years of warfare because this was the "cosmic egg" of the primal Gods birth. If earth were artificially made as some believe, would they have fought for it so?


This planet is their heart, the earth that gives them strength. This Siva knew, and if he destroyed it, everyone would lose. This weapon was his best maneuver to rid the earth of the Pandava. Because this planet initiated life, it is probably one of the best resources for minerals, its life-forms mean nothing other than they further keep the Pandava away through thanatobiosis.


Siva had lost all of the Middle East when it seems he had to finally destroy it himself in his scorched earth policy.


This weapon would even the score. But, according to this text, it will be used just the same at the end of the eon, so is there some sort of time limit the earth is under? Will Rama finally put an end to the madness? They still have a son left behind in a tomb in Egypt...

Well, is this our heritage - all we are are pawns on a cosmic rookery? Will we look to the skies and see these 'celestial chariots' in aerial combat again as the texts state?


Many 'New Age' people believe the Gods will return and retrieve those who are worthy as they seem to have done in the past which is a lovely thought, but this seems to be impossible as long as Siva holds this weapon to the heart of the Ennead. And. they will have to be careful which "Space Brothers," as they call them, they greet.


It seems that most reports today state they are blonde-haired, tall, white-skinned and others are a 3-4 foot high, green, slant-eyed type. If you have grasped any of this history at all, the white, blonde-haired ones are Siva's lineages who have used the androgynic Christ image to lure people, while this other faction so described reminds me of this third party whom Siva employs to help him.


Perhaps these people are the 'Kaleyas' of ages past whom everyone feared.


One of those reasons was that they were cannibals, and one casual look at Egyptian history tells us they feared a great deal these intruders whom they knew used them for this purpose. The Veda certainly substantiates this. They may answer why we have seen so much animal mutilation and we certainly have records of people missing, even the populace of entire towns.


UFO abductions certainly have validity here. Many people of ancient times were merely taken "above' as meat for a cosmic cuisine.


We cannot get overly excited by all this "Space Brother" nonsense, for if you will look back over all this history, not everyone who descended from the heavens were friendly. And. as much as we have degraded genetically, the Gods really do not have much use for us.


We are all of earth now. not of the heavens.


The dust of the stars left our hearts too long ago...





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