On the Third Day of Creation God's chief arch angel, a cherub by name Lucifer, son of the Dawn ('Helel ben Shahar'), walked in Eden amid blazing jewels, his body a-fire with carnelian, topaz, emerald, diamond, beryl, onyx, jasper, sapphire and carbuncle, all set in purest gold.


For a while Lucifer, whom God had made Guardian of All Nations, behaved discreetly; but soon pride turned his wits. 'I will ascend above the clouds and stars,' he said, 'and enthrone myself on Saphon, the Mount of Assembly, thus becoming God's equal.' God, observing Lucifer's ambitions, cast him down from Eden to Earth, and from Earth to Sheol.


Lucifer shone like lightning as he fell, but was reduced to ashes; and now his spirit flutters blindly without cease through profound gloom in the Bottomless Pit.
- Hebrew Myth

It is better to command in Hell than serve in Heaven...





Eden was not perfect. How could it be?


Indra had neither the required technology it seems nor the necessary ingredients to restore the earth to its original ecological state, and for that everyone was suffering. Even Rama was already scooting about, trying to rescue women and children as he found them and tried to stop the "destruction of the Vrsni women, and the impermanence of power.


The sight mokes him desperate... About them, those not as fortunate to live in their self-contained Edins, were finding they were having very malformed offspring. As for Indra, it seems he was lonely for the one person who was both sister and wife to him but who was already safe with her brothers. These complicated genealogies of the Egyptian, Sumerian and Veda texts have puzzled historians who usually give in and relegate them to mythology, but it is very clear to a biologist what they were doing and a special chapter will be devoted to, it.


Their marriages were familial polyandrous and this has been the cause of much confusion. In his mental delusion India figured his lineage sister belonged with him, as presumably he was the oldest.


A comrade said to him,

"This maiden, O best of Gods, was destined by the Self-existent to be your wife, even before you were born. Therefore take with your hand the right hand, blushing as a lotus, of this Goddess with the proper spells and in the ritual fashion."2

She was known as Devasena, but would have many names,

"Sasthi, Laksmi, Asa, Sukhaprada, Sinivali, Kuhu, Sadvnti and Aparajitta."3

We will know her as Nephthys and Nut of the Egyptians, and by various Sumerian names.

The women Indra had originally brought to earth were bis own mother and other sisters it seems. There were seven goddesses, all of whom were either having trouble giving birth or becoming pregnant. It seems their own brothers would have nothing more to do with them in the various married factions:

"Son, our god-like husbands have divorced us in anger without couse, and now, dear son, we have fallen from our pure estate. Someone had cited that we, so they say, had borne you. Agree that that is an untruth and pray save us from it. May heaven be ours without end by your grace, O lord! We wish you for our son; and when you have done so, be free from ony debt."

Replied Indra:

"Indeed you are my mothers, and I am your son, ladies without reproach. And all shall be for you just as you desire it."4

They were upset "for now a constellation has dropped from heaven and it was affecting them.


What the sisters were proposing was to stay as wives to their brother but Nibiruian law forbade procreation between direct mother and son or older sisters. This is probably the first polygamous union on record. Other family factions were vying for rule of the earth by re-establishing family lines, broken and withered from the Fall. Nearly everyone who had been on earth at the time of the reversal were dead, they were now the new seed.


As it came down for this particular family they were facing extinction and in their delirium they could not face the issues rationally. Theirs was the better blood they felt for they had sprung from the primal parents:

Said the sisters:

"Let ours be the estate of those who before had been fabricated as the Mothers of this world, and it shall be no more theirs. Let us be worshipful to the world, and let them be not so, bull among Gods. They have robbed our progeny on your account, restore it to us!"

Opposing factions were seeking their destruction. The Mothers demanded Indra and his troops destroy them. Note in the following, the different likeness' from the primal family, or else this was the enemy they criticized.

"We want to devour the offspring of those Mothers - give them to us, them and their Gods who are different from yourself."

Indra knew the mothers were not well, their own children having died:

"You cannot cherish progeny that have been given away. I'll bestow on you what other offspring you may desire. I give you the offspring, but you have spoken a dire thing. Hail to ye - spare the offspring when they honor ye well."8

Indra thus agreed to father children with them. A Hebrew myth gives us an indication they goaded him into it, or at least his mother did:

"What if I should create yet another world?" (Satan) 'Lord of the Universe,' she asked in return, 'if a king has neither army nor camp, over what does he rule? And if there is no one to praise him, what honor has he?' God listened and approved.9

The Mothers all declared:

"Hail to thee - we shall spare the offspring, Skanda (Indra), if you wish so. We wish to make our abode with you for good, Lord Skanda."10

But what followed was a total onslaught upon the other factions different from themselves to keep them from breeding.


They figured if they were going to restore the earth they did not want those who might be competitors. There were people also who were so malformed that they could only breed incessantly and these Indra seemed to covet as they would soon populate a world he alone would rule. His world would be one of endless births and deaths.


What follows is something we shall experience endlessly throughout every text, the use of what appears to be electro-magnetic resonating devices called EMR. (Much more on this later). Having done considerable research in this field I was shocked to see what so many are attempting to do in the world today by individuals and governments eons ago in the pages of antiquity.

The following is actually prophetic. It will probably be used in the next war in full force if we have the same maniacs now as back then. On the other hand, it had a very crude indirect purpose as it eliminated the wastage of death resulting from a degenerated people for Rama himself may have employed such usage as death was not a part of these people's lives as it was considered a failure of the organism.


They knew they could only breed more of the same. Rama seemed more to play it correctly and knew sooner or later Nature would take its course and he seemed, in most cases, to let others alone.


Indra, was however, a megalomaniac and would use the "Grasper," also called the "snoke," so prominent in all ancient texts, later to be worshiped as a deity. It was nothing but a slang term it seems for these radiations which wave and curl as snakes.


Let us read these revealing passages:

Thereupon a powerful, golden-hued spirit flew out of Skanda's body to devour the offspring of the mortals. I fell on the ground, senseless and stowing, arid with Skanda's leave it became a Grasper in a Rudro-like form.


Eminent Brohmins call that Grasper Skandopasmoro - Skanda's forgetfulness. Vinota is sold to be the horrible Bird Grosper. They call Putana o Roksosi - one should know that she is the Putano Grasper: she is on awful Stolker of the Night, evil in her ghastly shape. One horrifying Pisoci is called Sitaputana; this terrible-shaped specter aborts the fetus of women.


They say that Aditi is Revati: her Grasper is Raivata; this horrible big Grosper afflicts small children. Dili, the mother of the Doityos, is said to be Mukhamandiko; this unapproachable demoness feasts gluttonously on children's flesh. The Kumoros and Kumoris that spring from Skonda ore also all fetus-eaters and very dangerous Graspers, Kouravya; the Kumaras are known as the husband of the Kumaris, and these Rudro-like octing demons snatch small children, while they remoin unknown.


The informed call Surabhi the mother of the cows; o bird perches on her and swallows children on earth, O king. The divine Saroma is the mother of the dogs, lord of the people - she too snatches the fetus of men at all times. The mother of the trees lives in the koranja tree; people who want sons therefore pay homage to her in the karanjo.


These eighteen Graspers, and others as well, like flesh and strong liquor; they always stay in the confinement chamber for ten nights. When Kadru in a subtle form enters o pregnant woman. She eats the fetus inside her and the mother gives birth to a snake.


The mother of the Gondhoivas takes away the fetus and goes; thus that woman therefore is found on earth to be one whose fetus has vanished. The progenitrix of the Apsoros takes the fetus and sits, therefore the wise call that fetus a sitting one... Herewith I have proclaimed the great Graspers of the Kumaras who ore malign for sixteen years, then turn benevolent.


The enumerated bands of Mothers and the mole Grospers are oil always to be known by embodied creatures as the Skarida Graspers. To propitiate them one should use oblations, incense, collyrium, lhrown-offerings, and gifts, and especially the rite of Skondo. When thus propitiated they oil bestow well-being on people, and long life and virility, O Indra of kinds, if properly honored with a pujo.

Now offer an obeisance to Mohesvora. I shall proclaim the Grosper that afflict men offer their sixteenth year.


The man who sees Gods, whether awoke or asleep, goes quickly mod; they know him for God-Grasped. He who, sitting or lying, sees the Folhers goes quickly mod, he is known as Father-Grosped. He who despises the Siddhas and whom they thereupon irately curse goes quickly mad: he is to be known as Siddho-Grasped. He who smells scents and tastes flavors that are different goes quickly mad; he is to be known as Raksoso-Grasped.


The man whom Pisacas bestride anywhere goes quickly mod; they know him for Pisaca-Grosped. A man whose mind is enraged by the humors and becomes confused goes quickly mod; his cure is according to the tests. He who goes mod quickly because of perplexity, fear, and the sight of ghastly things is cured by tranquility.

Graspers are of three kinds: playful, gluttonous, and lustful; they afflict men until they are seventy years old; beyond that age the fever becomes the equal of a Grasper for people. Graspers always avoid the faithful and right-thinking men whose senses are not scattered, who is controlled, pure, and always alert.


This is the description of the Graspers of People; no Graspers touch those who ore devoted to God Mohesvara.

Fetus' born as snakes, devoid of arms and legs, getting to be common nowadays with our EMR fields becoming more prominent caused by everything from appliances to airwaves.


To avoid the "Skanda Graspers," the people did a very wise thing, they used incense in their homes and very revealing they took collyrium, a very strong cathartic, just what you would need if hit with radiation. Collyrium was a medicinal lotion, blackish in color, often used as a poultice as well to drive poison out. Long life and virility was theirs, but that was the problem.


They bred and bred and died... and died. But these passages are so profound. Here we see that those who saw "Gods"-were "God-Grasped, "affected by mental manipulation upon certain areas of the brain that we know is quite possible with EMR today. Through all the Egyptian and Sumerian literature, we will see how the Gods could drive a man mad.


Note the reference to tasting and smelling differently, this we know can be altered by electromagnetism. Apparitions and visions can be easily induced in anyone not prepared for EMR. They can be used to destroy brain cells that, as a person ages, they go through progressive neurotic stages. These were not people born mentally deluded nor passing the wine bag around when one sees these many references to typical radiation effects with preventatives and curatives given. This began the basis for man's fears and mythologies from ghosts to reincarnation.


The mortals knew the Gods caused it and hid themselves away; there is no psychosis or schizophrenia here. When one starts reading of aborted fetuses, infected skins, diseased states, as we will often, there is something more substantial we cannot blame on insanity and delusion. If we drop the narrow-scope of scholarly dogma and get to the psychobiology of the problems, our past will not be so black and foggy to us.


Whatever the "puja" was, it no doubt kept their B-complex, copper, iron, and vitamin E stores up as we know today that people will hallucinate without them and are more likely to talk to "god" and be susceptible to EMR and other radiations, natural or unnatural, which can cause hysteria, erratic behavior, religious delusions and seeing UFO's (which may be making it impossible to reveal the real thing.)

All offspring of the original primal family were called the "Twice-born."


As they were polyandrously inbred, they carried more closely the first genetic foundation, thus a son of a god was born of fire. The fathers were considered fire, heralds of the primal life-force, and the mothers the matrix, thus they were twice-born. But Indra yearned for the flawless one. the one being nature had given him for his own existence.


His mothers and sisters despised her and would for eons, Devasena, our Nephthys of Egypt, Inanna (or, sometimes Ishtar and also Ershkigal) of Sumer and Eve of sorts of the Bible.


At this time she was said to be the only virgin left:

In those days only one virgin, Istahar by name, remained chaste. When the Sons of God made lecherous demands upon her, she cried: 'First lend me your wings; they assented and she, flying up to Heaven, took sanctuary at the Throne of God, who transformed her into the constellation Virgo - or, some say, the Pleiades. The fallen angels having lost their wings, were stranded on earth until, many generations later, they mounted Jacob's ladder and thus went home again.13

According to the Veda, there was some sort of satellite or ship above the earth where Rama, his brothers and Devasena dwelled, "their hermitage by way of the sky."14


Just how she was spirited away from here we do not know. Even the Sumerian tales speak of it, however:

After heaven had been moved envoy from earth

After earth had been separated from heaven

After the name of man had been fixed

After An had carried off heaven

After En HI had carried off earth

After Ershkigal had been carried off into Kur as its prize 15

Indra has his cronies bring her to him with Rama in close pursuit.


There are many versions of this, even gnostic texts give relevance to it. It is a shame the Bible did not carry it as the real story of Eve. It would have explained a great deal about her and what occurred in these times. It appears as though many other women were being abducted, sort of a rape of the Sabines, Star Wars style.


One of their female relations did escape after having her nose and lips cut off and she was hastened to Rama when his troops found her, and she,

"faint with grief, went to Ravana and fell at her brother's feet with the blood dried on her."16

Rama was beside himself with anger when he,

"saw her so mutilated, he nigh swooned from jury. Grinding his teeth he jumped angrily from his throne, dismissed his councilors, and asked her in private," who forgot and despised me, my dear, to do this to you? Who has found himself a sharp spike and uses it on ail his body? Who started a fire by his head and has gone confidently to sleep? Who is kicking a give some poisonous snake? Who has grabbed the maned lion by its tusks?" And while he was speaking, flames burst forth from the apertures of his body as from inside a hollow tree at night."

He could not believe his brother could have allowed project earth to go awry.

"He comforted his sister, and after taking measures for his city, the king strode through the sky. He passed Mount Trikuta and Mount Kala, and gazed upon the deep ocean where the crocodiles dwell. Ten-headed Ravan passed over it, and went to Gokarna, the safe and beloved city of the great-spirited Trident-wielder. Ten-headed Ravana went to Marica, his previous minister, who, out of fear of Indra, had become an ascetic."

He then made an inspection of one of the posts. The state of the earth appalled him and it soon became apparent what was happening.


Please take great notice of the change of skin tones because of the environment:

Said Rama to an officer:

"You have not your normal color. Is your city secure?"

The atmosphere had changed for the worse just as he had feared.


Rama then told the officer in charge that Indra must be stopped but to his amazement the officer was indignant to him:

"Cease harassing Indra, for I know his bravely. Who indeed is able to withstand the impact of the arrows of the great-spirited man? That bull among men is indeed the reason that I have become an ascetic. What malicious creature has shown you this course, which is the beginning of your destruction?"

Rama could not believe his ears,

"If you do not carry out my order, you will be sure to die!"

Project earth was a success - for a madman! He was safe in his Edin while the world about him died.

Devasena's brother Laksmana, had been first to her rescue only to be unable to take her because of her state. He was much saddened by her condition. She rushed to him when she heard his voice and he cried out.

"in a tone of hurt, Ah Sita, Loksmana!" saying "stop those fears, timid woman, who will resist Romo? In a little while you will see Rama return, sweet-smiling one."

Suddenly, she spoke remonstratingly at him,

"I'd rather take a sword and kill myself, or throw myself off a mountain peak, or enter into the fire than ever desert my husband Roma and wait on you, wretch, like a tigress on a jackal." "When he heard this, Laksmana, who loved Raghava and was strictly behaved, stopped his ears. "

While he tried to get to her one of Indra's soldiers came to take her to Indra.


We have this same version in gnostic texts where Eve is taunted by angels of the Lord. And. like the latter renditions, they wanted her for themselves as a Raksasa said,

"Sita, I am Ravana, the famous king of the Raksasas. My lovely city called Lanka lies across the vast ocean. There you shall shine with me amidst choice women. Become my wife, woman with the beautiful hips, desert Raghovo the hermit!"

She seemed to regain some of her senses and said to him,

"Be silent! The sky may fall with its stars, the earth may splinter, fire become cold, before I desert the scion of Raghu! For how could on elephant cow, after serving her forest-ranging spotted bull with ichor flowing, touch a swine? What woman who has drunk mead and honey brew will have a taste for jujube juice?'"27

(We can just about guess what "jujube juice" was given the Ennead were teetotalers!)


She then entered the Edin or 'hermitage' as it was called in the Veda where she was kept prisoner, however, the Raksasas, always their mortal enemies, (the Anunnaki?) followed,

"Abusing her in a rough voice," Ravana then grasped the swooning Sita by the hair and strode up to the sky.

One of Rama's units the 'Vultures' saw it and soared to the sky to inform Rama. This officer went to a commander named Jatayu, who was head of what would be called an air command along with his brother Sampati, "king of the birds. "


Jatayu, the "bird" saw her in "Ravana's arms and he angrily stormed at the lord of the Raksasas."


He then attempted to rescue her wherein an air battle ensued.

"Let go of Mailhill, let go! How shall you carry her off, Stolker of the Night, while I am still alive? You shall not be rid of me alive, if you don't give up that wife!"


So he spoke to the Indra of the Raksasas and tore at him powerfully with his talons; and sorely lacerated by blows from the bird's wings and beak, Ravana shed much blood, like a mountain with its mineral-colored streams. When he was being assailed by the vulture, who wished to do Rama a kindness, he took his sword and cut off the bird's wings.


Having felled the vulture king, like a mountain with shredded clouds, the Raksasa strode skyward with Sita in his arms.

The "blood" we will see oft mentioned, is fuel, the "Elixir," spilled from the airships.


Brave Jatayu, however, was mortally wounded. Meanwhile, brother Laksmana had come back with his sad news to Rama, who was naturally upset,

"Why did you leave Vaidehi alone in this demon-infested wilderness and come here?"

Laksmana then related Devasena's condition. Much grieved, Rama was taken to Jatayu. They were glad to see their "father" one of the officers replied,

"I am the king of the Vultures, hail to ye, a friend of Dasaratha's."

And Rama replied, "Who is this? He mentions our father by name." The officer said he had been "smitten" in his attempt to rescue Sita. Rama then asked the pertinent question, "What way did Ravana go?"


Motioning with his head, the officer replied, "South" and after attending to the dead they left on their quest.

As he ventured toward Devasena. Rama saw first hand the horrors his brother had wrought.


He could not believe the hideous beasts and decrepit peoples, and

"the horrible noise of the creatures, which roared like a forest fire. Soon thereafter they saw the hideous Raksasa Kabandha, huge like a cloud or a mountain, with a trunk like a sala tree, big arms, one wide eye in his chest, and a large belly and mouth."

A dinosaur described? Another creature with an endocrine malfunction with a supernumerary eye on his chest?


But this 'ogre' said it all in the following to Rama, in great anger as he grabbed him and said,

"See my condition, the abduction of Vaidehi, this calamity of mine, your own fall from the kingdom... I shall no more witness your return with Vaidehi to Kosala and your reestablishment in the ancestral kingdom of earth. Fortunate are those who will see your head consecrated with kusa grass, parched rice and sami logs, like a moon with bits of cloud!"

The people could not believe the Nibiru family, their own, could have brought them to this wretched fall.

"Do not lose heart, tiger among men, he is nothing when I am here. Cut off his right arm while I sever his left," said Rama, who could not escape his grasp.

Using mental delusion, he cut his arm off and while the unfortunate looked on Rama ended his life.


So mortified was he by the mutated creature he could not let him live. Before he had died, the 'ogre' had told him of a base of "monkey's" who would know the location of the hermitage and to there they hastened. The ogre had also told how he had been born of a "Raksasa womb," in other words, like so many of his kind, his mother had been affected by radiation.

Mc. Rsyamuka "abounding in fruit and roots" was where Indra's Edin lay. Encamped were the command of 'apes' in caves (sound familiar?) another unit of Indra's. An interpreter asked Rama of his intention. He then took him to Sugriva, their chief, who told him where his sister was. Rama then elevated him to commander of "all the monkey's on earth."


Rama then swore he would kill his brother. The wife of Sugriva was Tara, a "moon faced" woman with a "moon luster." This meant they were mutants. Yellow haired, white skinned with moon faces always is indicative of severe endocrine dysfunction. In the beginning, God made one total disaster of things. How horribly Rama was finding this out.

Sugriva's wife became enamored with Rama. She too seems to have been married to her two brothers. This adulation of the women for the gods is oft cited. But only the Ennead men seen to have refrained from their advances whereas the men of Indra were not so particular. Sugriva's brother then tried to kill Rama who shot him with an arrow thru the heart. For four months Rama stayed here on the mountain, unable to get to Devasena.

What was happening to Devasena was one of the sad chapters of this history and it is a shame the Bible misrepresented it so. The latter is much wracked with the mark of sexual neuroses of man through the ages as the event was misconstrued just as gnostic and ancient texts assert. They all concur.


We do not know how long she was in this Edin, it is obvious Rama and Laksmana could not get to her if he had to stay on the mountain four months. There is a great deal of her misfortunes in gnostic literature. It is too bad the Bible never enlightened us for it would have helped women in Christian and Hebraic societies whereas other cultures have been spared the confusion.


Perhaps we will come to learn as we progress in this study as to why such literature as the Dead Sea Scrolls were hidden.

Devasena was then delivered to Ravana's Edin where he, "after arriving in Lanka, was driven by lust; he installed Sita in his palace, which was like the Nandana paradise, near an asoka grove, which was like the hermitage of an ascetic. Thin from thinking of her husband, wearing the garb of an ascetic, much given to fasting and mortification, the wide-eyed woman dwelled out her wretched nights there, living on fruit and roots.


The king of the Raksasa consigned to her guard, Raksasas, who carried spears, swords, spikes, axes, clubs, and firebrands; one had two eyes, another three, or an eye in the forehead, with a long tongue or no tongue, with three breasts and one foot, three crowns and one eye. Tltese and others with eyes blazing and hair shiny as a young elephant's sat by Sita day and night, unwearyingly.


Pisacis with awful voices and gruesome mien abused the woman of the long eyes in harshly articulated words:

"let us eat her, tear her up in pieces the size of sesame seeds, for she lives here in contempt of our master!"

The Raksasas' would give her much trouble, they were so hideously deformed, cycloptic, tongueless, or at least suffering from microglossia or macroglossia, supernumerary breasts, etc., all endocrine imbalances.


Androgyny had certainly set in and Edin was truly hell for Sita. In fact, she refers to them as women, "Thus did they revile her again and again; and, thoroughly frightened, she sighed from grief for her husband and said la them,

"Gentle women, eat me soon, I have no more lust for life without my lotus-eyed man."

They tried to rape her and she cried,

"But I shall not go to any man but Raghava - know that this is the truth, and do to me what is next."

She was then taken to Indra:

"Sita, you have sufficiently shown your husband your favor, now have grace for me, my slender one, you must now be adorned. Love me in costly ornaments and robes, woman of the beautiful hips, be my choicest seers; I have daughters of the Donavas, and women of the Daityas.


Fourteen crores of Piscocas wait on my word, twice that number again of man-eating Raksasas of dreadful deeds, and three times as many Yoksas carry out my demands, while some of them have joined my brother, the Cod of Riches. When I am in my drinking hall, Gandhorvas and Apsoras woit on me as they do on my brother good woman of the shapely thighs."

"I am the son of the Brahmin seer and hermit Visravas himself, and the glorious tiding has been broadcast that I am the fifth of the World Guardians. I have celestial foodstuffs and viands and many choices of liquors. Let the ills brought on by your life in the forest be deleted - become my life, fair-hipped one, a queen like Mandodari."

All he could procreate were androgynous beings.


He had to have sons to retain the lineages and power. His germ plasma was no longer strong and neither were his mother's nor sister's, only by this sister could he create feminine or masculine beings. This was a point the gnostic texts state profoundly and we shall look into it more in another chapter.


Sita could only turn away from the "Night Stalker," one of his many nicknames, in object horror, and Indra finally looked upon her with pity as she wept,

"showering her most beautiful thighs and unsagging breasts with unpropitious tears, as she held her husband for a God."

She said to him,

"so often have I, by my misfortune, heard these desperate words of yours, lord of the Roksasos! Hail to thee who enjoy your pleasure - turn away these thoughts."

He then answered,

"The crocodile-crested God may burn my limbs at will. Sita, but I will not, woman of the lovely hips and charming smile, importune you. if your ore unwilling. What indeed con I do, when even now you are devoted to Ramo alone, a human and our stople?"

He then left her to the mercy of the Raksasas knowing he could not implant within one so unwilling a healthy germ seed. He may have realized as stated that the "crocodile-crested God" would have had him for breakfast if he did!

The Sumerians were quite aware that because of their biochemical fall, man was a vast array of deviations from the norm. Man was called a "lulu" (from which we get out term denoting someone of skeptical mental quality), while those between god and man were called a little lower than the angels, "Nam-lulu."


Adam was not the first man, man as a biological degeneration was plentiful upon the earth, but he was among the first of the original primal family to become a Nam-lulu. Indra and the Raksasas knew anyone of their lineages would die after so many years because their germ lines were so defective.


The Raksasas seemed to know that ignorance was death and to have a people who continually failed to realize this were easily ruled. This biological weakness called death was deemed a shame to both the Nibiruian factions.


Death was not natural:

The man followed the earth,

The woman followed the man,

And marriage followed the woman,

And reproduction followed marriage.

And death followed reproduction.

After Eros, the grapevine sprouted up from the blood which was poured upon the earth.

Therefore those who drink the vine acquire the desire for intercourse.

After the grapevine, a fig tree and a pomegranate tree sprouted up in the earth,

together with the rest of the trees, according to their kind,

having their seed derived form the seed of the authorities and their angels.

It was what was being reproduced that was the cause of death; demented forms, weak and pitiful, unable to struggle and triumph over the negative forces of life. Sita was very cognizant and ate some sort of special fruits and roots, no doubt realizing the atmosphere was hazardous.

According to the Veda, Sita was visited by a sympathizing Raksasas who desired to help her and knew of Rama's alliance with the "apes":

" have no fear, timorous woman, of Ravona, who is execrated by the world, for you are protected by the curse of Nolakubora, blameless woman. For of yore the evildoer has been cursed, when he sought Rambha for his wife, that he would be impotent with the woman at his mercy and out of control of his senses.


Your husband will soon be here, under Sugriva's protection and in the company of Laksmona, and he shall cleverly set you free from here. For that wicked Stalker of the Night of the ignoble deeds is terrifying and raises the fear of oil by his nature and his vicious character. Earth with her oceans will be encircled by Roma's missile, and your husband shall fill oil of earth with glory.


I saw Loksmona standing on o pile of bones, eating honey and rice boiled in milk, and looking in all directions."

Here is the keen reference to Indra's impotency with his mother which as we will see was a direct parallel to the Bible. However, Rama and his brother Laksmana were not having success with Sugriva to gain entry into the Edin:

Downhearted, the Law-minded Roma said in the morning to the gallont Laksmana, as he thought of Sita captive in the Roksos's dwelling,

"Go, Laksmana, I know that the monkey king is in the Kiskindha, distracted by vulgar ways, ungrateful and keen on his own profit. This fool, the lowest of his race, I have had consecrated to be king of oil the apes; cowtoiled monkeys and bears love him, for I have slain Valin, together with you, strong-armed scion of Raghu, in the Kiskindho Forest.


I consider that monkey outcast an ingrate on earth; for, Loksmona, that fool, situated (Laksmano is o title and another is meant here A.N.) as he is, no more thinks of me. I think he does not know how to keep a covenant, and in his petty mind he surely holds me, his benefactor, in contempt.


If he lazily lies there indulging in pleasure, you must send him by Valin's path to the final destination of all creatures. But if that bull among apes acts in our cause, then bring him here, Kakutrtho, hurry and do not delay!"

Laksmana went to the monkey camp and was answered by Sugriva that they were doing their utmost,

"I have dispatched trained monkeys lo all the quarters, and set for all a date to return within a month. They are to search the entire sea-girt earth with forest, mountains, and cities, villages, towns, and mines."

After a world wide search by "monkey chiefs by the thousands" all returned except those from the south.


One of his men, Hanuman, came with these monkeys later and the next passage is very indicative of the problems here for "when Rama saw Hanuman's walk and complexion, he was the more convinced that Sita had been found."


The atmosphere these men had been exposed to had been despoiled. Upon seeing Hanuman, Rama said referring to the heart that had been wrenched from him, "Will you bring me back to life?"


The envoy said he had seen her after,

"searching the south with its mountains, forests, and mines, we were tired, but after some time we saw a big cave. We entered if; it was many leagues long, dark, full of thickets, and deep, and infested with worms. We went a long way to sunlight, and there we saw close by a celestial palace. It was, they say, the dwelling of the Daitya Maya, Raghava.


A female ascetic by the name of Prabhavali was performing austerities there. She gave us all kinds of food and drink, and when we had eaten and regained our strength, we went by the path she had pointed out away from that place and on the ocean shore we saw Mounts Sahya and Malaya, and saw Varuna's realm. And we became dejected, distressed, fatigued, and without any hope for life."

There they met the brother of Jatayu and his vulture patrol who had spotted Sita in the great city Lanka, on an ocean shore in a valley.


The envoy said he had seen Sita there,

"I saw Sita; she was in the women's quarters of Ravana, fasting and performing austerities, yearning to see her husband, wearing her hair in a tuft, her body dirty and soiled, lean, wretched, and miserable."

Having recognized Sita by these various marks on her, I approached and told the lady in secret,

"Sita, I am the monkey who is the son of the Wind, the envoy of Rama! I have come here through the sky, hoping to catch sight of you. The two princes, Rama and Sumitra's son Laksmana are in good health and under the protection of Sugriva, the king of the monkeys. They ask about your health, and so out of friendship does Sugriva.


Your husband will come with the monkeys, have confidence in me, queen, I am a monkey, not a Raksasa.' Sita thought for a while, then she replied to me, From Avindhya's words I know that you are Hanuman: Avindhya is a strong-armed Raksasa, respected by the elders, and he told me about Sugriva surrounded by councilors like you. Go now, said Sita to me, and gave me this jewel by which the blameless woman had been sustained all this lime."

What the jewel was that kept her health we shall probably never know, but if she were using the properties of mineralogy, as she was herbalogy, she certainly knew her condition and how to deal with it.

The army then pondered how they could "jump the ocean", and oft quoted saying, and as we will see, used by Egyptians as well. They needed to cross but did not know how to quickly.


A tumultuous army was gathered, "monkeys" from all over, tawny and with faces "red as ground vermilion" and others suffering from exposure. They came upon a "salty ocean" and set up camp.


The following we shall see often in all texts, being most renowned in the Bible - the power to part the waters:

"Thereupon the illustrious son of Dasaratha said lo Sugriva, amidst the chiefs of the apes, this timely word: "Do ye know by what means to jump the ocean? This army is huge and the ocean hard to cross."


Some apes, of keen mind, said, "The monkeys are unable to jump the entire distance of the sea." Others decided on boats, others on various ways of jumping. But Rama said, gentling them, "No, all these monkeys are not able to jump the hundred-league-wide ocean, heroes. This is not your final view.


There are not enough boats to ferry over this massive army, and why should people like ns do damage to the merchants? Besides, the enemy might strike this vast army, if it is broken up. Crossing either by jumping or by rafts does not look right to me.


No, I shall attack the ocean with a ruse and press it back; and the One who dwells underneath, will show himself to me. And if he does not show a way, I shall set it afire with mighty and irresistible missiles that blaze fiercely with fire and wind."

Was this a basis for the legend of Neptune? Or rather, someone who patrolled and controlled the oceans? We encounter this often in ancient texts.


Let us look more:

"Having spoken, Rama and Sumitra's son touched water ritually on spread kusa grass and pressed back the ocean." The Ocean appeared in a dream to Raghava, the illustrious God who is the husband of rivers and streams; he was surrounded by water monsters.


"Son of Kausalya," he addressed him and in the midst of hundreds of mines of pearls, went on to say gently, "Tell me what I can do to help you, bull among men. " Rama replied, "I am an Iksvaku, your kinsman. I want you to make a path for my army, lord of the rivers, by which I can go and kill ten-headed Ravana, defiler of the Paulastyas. If you will not make way at my bidding, f shall dry you up with arrows that have been enchanted with divine spells."


Having heard Rama's word, the Ocean folded his hands and said, pained, "I do not wish to obstruct you. I am not putting obstacles in your way. Listen to what I say, Rama, and do the needful. If I make way for your marching army at your behest, others will order me likewise under the threat of their bows. But there is a monkey here called Nala, who is respected by the artisans, the powerful son of Visvakarman, the God Carpenter. If he throws wood, straw, and rock into me. J will endure it all. and it will become a causeway."


Having spoken he disappeared.

Parting the waters could be easily done with electromagnetic power.


Obviously, who ever had command could not lend assistance over fear of Indra. He is also a relative as everyone was, and this was the sad part of this terrible fall from grace. He could not help him directly, but he would not detain him either. A bridge had to be built in places they could not pass.


Said Rama:

"Make a causeway in the ocean. You are capable of it, I think." By this means Kakutstha had a causeway built, ten leagues wide and a hundred long, which even now is famous on earth as Nala's Bridge and exists by Rama's order, tall as a mountain."

It took a month to pass over, and "when he got there and came to the gardens of Lanka, which were many and large, he had them all laid waste by the monkeys."

Some of Indra's men had disguised themselves as monkeys but were caught and these "Night Stalkers" assumed their real forms and Rama let them go.

We should stop here a moment and look more at this ocean city that seems to have existed. It was said in Hebrew scripture that a giant serpent lay in the sea to bite the wicked who trespassed there, again a reference to electromagnetic power.


And, we certainly have references to this Veda story in Hebrew stories:

"Awake, awake, put on strength, O arm of Yahweh! Awake, as in the ancient days, in the generations of old! Art thou not it thai did slay the monster Rahabh, and wound the serpent tannin?"

Is Nala, Rahah, "Prince of the Seas," as told in Hebrew, the keeper of the ocean?
In the days before Creation, Rahab, Prince of the Sea, rebelled against God.

When commanded:

'Open your mouth, Prince of the Sea, and swallow all the world's water,' he cried: 'Lord of the Universe, leave me in peace! " Whereupon God kicked him to death and sank his carcass below the waves, since no land-beast could endure its stench.19

Rahab would help Rama again at another time when he helped part the waters for him at Exodus so the story goes.


He is also thusly called, the "Celestial Prince of Egypt". He also had an ark, a submersible, as the word is actually translated in Hebrew (see Sitchin - THE EARTH CHRONICLES).


This was perhaps the Leviathan monster whose description sounds like Captain Nemo's Nautalis:

Leviathan's monstrous tusks spread terror, from his mouth issued fire and flame, from his nostrils, smoke, from his eyes a fierce beam of light; his heart was without pity. He roamed at will on the surface of the sea, leaving a resplendent wake; or throughout its lowest abyss, making it boil like a pot. No weapon in the armory of mankind could dint his scales.


Heaven's inhabitants themselves feared him. Yet God caught Leviathan with a hook, hauled him up from the Deep, tied down his tongue with a rope, thrust a reed through his nostrils, and pierced his jaws with a thorn - as though he had been a river fish. Then He threw the carcass in the bottom of a boat and took it off, as if to market.20

Picture a nuclear-type submarine, and you have got it.


The beam of light would figure too, as this is the same light gnostic literature tells us the ark had as it transported people and by which the Lord could see his people through the torrent. Rahab must have been the myth of Neptune who had a vast underwater city.


His submarine also let loose "serpents", missiles of course, or some sort of energy:

When God created fishes and sea-beasts from light and water, He allowed Leviathan, who was larger than all his fellows put together, lo rule them from a throne raised on a colossal underwater rock. Some say that he had many heads, or that there were two Leviathans-the Fleeing Serpent and the Crooked Serpent-both of whom God destroyed.


Others, that He spared Leviathan as being one of His creatures, but wholly tamed him (or offered the archangel Jahoel to do so), and still deigns to sport with him on the wide seas for three full hours a day. Great sea-dragons serve as Leviathan's food. He drinks from a tributary of the Jordan, as it flows into the ocean through a secret channel.


When hungry, he puffs out a smoky vapor which troubles an immense extent of water: when thirsty, he causes such an upheaval that seventy years must elapse before calm returns to the Deep, and even Behemoth on the Thousand Mountains shows signs of terror.


But Leviathan fears one single creature only: a little^ fish called Chalkis, created by God for the sole purpose of keeping him in check.

It must have been quite a site seeing this 'monster' as it sailed unchallenged through the seas. What a 'Chalkis' is we can only guess, but Rama was sure to have one to drop on Leviathan if he got out of hand!


Apparently, Leviathan was conducive to keeping the magnetic core of the earth working properly, which Tehom seems to be in the next passages:

Others hold that Leviathan has been confined by God to an ocean cave, where the world's whole weight rest upon him. His huge recumbent body presses down on Tehom, which prevents her from flooding the earth. Yet, since sea water is too salty for Leviathan's taste, thirst often compels him to raise on fin; the sweet waters of Tehom surge up arid he drinks awhile, then drops the fin again.

Some say that Leviathan has as many eyes as the year has days, and radiant scales that obscure the very sun; that he grips his lail between his teeth and forms a ring around the Ocean. The firmament's lower band, which carries the signs of the Zodiac, is therefore also called 'Leviathan'.22

Here we have a reference to the magnetic core which does influence the oceans and a reference to Leviathan encircling the earth as the Egyptians told us, pictured as a snake biting its tail.


In the Bible, Rahab is the heavy as he helped the Egyptians, but just who these Egyptians were we will find out. He seems to have been commander of the "crocodiles" a sea-faring unit oft pictured in Egyptian hieroglyphics as the shape of their boats or submersibles seem to have had crocodile shapes.


In Isa., Ps., and Job, we see him in another vein:

Isa. 51:9-10
Awake, awake, put on strength,
O arm of the Lord! Awake as in the days of old,
(as) in the generations of ancient times!

Was it not Thou that didst hew Rahab in pieces,
that didst pierce the crocodile tannin?

Was it not Thou that didst dry up the sea,
the waters of the great deep;

That didst make the depths of the sea a way
for the redeemed to pass over?
Ps. 89:9-12
O Lord. God of hosts, who is strong like Thee.

O Lord? And Thy faithfulness is round about Thee.

Thou rulest over the raging of the sea;
When its waves rise Thou stillest them
Thou didst crush Rahab like one who is slain,
With Thy strong arm Thou didst scatter Thine enemies.
The heavens are Thine, the earth also is Thine;
The world and its fullness - Thou didst found them.
Job 9:13-14
God does not turn back His anger,

Under Him bowed the helpers of Rahab;

How much less shall I answer Him,

Or choose my words to reason with Him?
Job 26:12-13
By His power the sea is quiet,
And by His understanding He smites Rahab;
By His breath the sky is cleared,
His hand pierces the fleeing serpent.
Isa. 27:1
On that day the Lord will punish
With His sword, which is hard and great and strong,
Leviathan, the fleeing serpent,
And Leviathan, the tortuous serpent,
And He will slay the crocodile tannin that is in the sea.

Indra naturally had,

"fortified Lanka as prescribed by the science; the city was naturally impregnable, with heavy walls and watch towers."

Rama had sent one Angada as an emissary to negotiate. He must have worn a protective suit of sorts, which we encounter often, the "celestial garments of God", as he "shone like the sun-surrounded by garlands of clouds".


He gave Indra the words of Rama:

"Sire, Raghava, the glorious king of Kosala, sends you this timely word: accept it and cany it out! Countries and cities that incur a king of unmade soul who is bent on bad policy are themselves the victims of such a policy, and destroyed. It is you alone who have committed a crime by abducting Sita forcibly.


But this will lead to the slaughter of others who are innocent.


Before this you have possessed by pride and strength, done injury to forest-dwelling seers and shown even the Gods your contempt. You have killed royal seers and taken their weeping wives. Now the fruit of your wrongdoing has matured. I shall kill you with your ministers.


Be a man and give battle! Behold the power at this bow of mine, a human Stalker of the Night. Set Sita Janaki free! If you fail to do so, I shall rid the world of Raksasas with sharp arrows."

We now come to see why this army was called "monkey's", as a slang term.


Indra was indignant and had his "Night Stalkers" (he has employed the services of those who are white skinned who must only live by night) seize Rama's troops and the latter had some device that could make them scale enormous heights or at least defy gravity. This may be why they pondered jumping the ocean. They were a specialized branch of the service as the vultures and crocodiles, the air force and navy.


The 'monkeys' were storm troopers...

"Anagda leap! upward to a terrace with the Raksasas hanging on to his limbs, and the speed of his jump caused the Night Stalkers to fall on the ground, with broken hearts, reeling under the blow. He left and jumped down again from the palace roof and, after crossing the city of Lanka, returned to his troops. Anagda went to the Kosala king and reported everything, and then the splendid ape took rest, complimented by Raghava.

Thereupon, the scion of Raghu had the wall of Lanka breached by the total attack of wind-fast monkeys. Laksmana, assigning the lead to Vibhisana and the king of the bears, tore dawn the southern city gate that was close to impregnable.


He fell upon Lanka with a thousand crores of vermilion red, war-seasoned monkeys. With the monkeys jumping up, flying about, and leaping down, the sun became invisible aiid its light was darkened by the dust. Astounded, the Raksasas everywhere with their women aid elders, O king, saiv their wall turn orange with these monkeys that looked like rice shoots, with the color of sirisa flowers, hued like the morning sun, and white as reeds.


They broke the bejeweled pillars and the catapult towers and scattered the machines whose powers were broken and destroyed. They took the hundred-killers, the wheels, war towers, and rocks and scattered them with the speed of their arms in the center of Lanka. The hordes of Raksasas that manned the wall took flight by the hundreds when assailed by the monkeys.


Then, on the orders of their king, fierce-looking Raksasas who could change their forms came out by the hundred of thousands, and, raining showers of weapons, they put the forest-dwellers to flight, clearing the wall with a show of extreme bravery. The wall was once more mode clear of monkeys by the terrible looking Night Stalkers, who resembled piles of beons.


Many bulls of the monkeys fell, their bodies pierced by spikes, and so did Raksasas fall, broken, off the pillars and the gate ramparts."

Rama however, rained down arrows on Lanka "like a cloud" and the Raksasas' were repulsed.


While encamped, the Raksasas used an invisibility device to attack, but Rama:

"Put an end to their invisibility; and once they were sighted the powerfid and far-jumping monkeys killed them all, O King, and they fell lifeless on the ground."


A hand to hand battle then ensued and "Ravana and Roma engaged arid gave bottle, and so Laksmana likewise fought with Indrajit, Sugriva with Virupakas, Nikhorvota with Tara, Nolo with Tunda, Patusa with Panasas. Whomever one considered his match he engaged and fought him in the hour of battle, relying an the strength of his arms." There had not been such a war as this since that between "the Gods and the Asuras", which was so fierce from the "clash of powerful grand weapons, which distressed all three worlds, both, moving and standing".


The front part of the Raksasas' air vehicle was knocked off by a "fast-flying weapon," and "there arose a tumultuous and hair-raising noise from the armies of Rama and Ravana that were storming at each other." Again, the monkeys were repulsed but Hanuman reinforced and repulsed Indra's troops and drove them back to Lanka. When told the news, Indra, "sighed very deeply, and jumped from his fine seat."


And he said, "The time has came for Kumbhakorna to go to work." After saying this, he awakened with all kinds of loud musical instruments the somnolent Kumbhakarna, who was sleeping: and when he had woken him up with great trouble and the mighty Kumbhokarna was sitting hoppily and idly, but no longer asleep, the ten-headed King of the Raksasas said to him, "You are lucky that you con sleep so well, Kumbhakarna, and do not know what a frightful and dangerous time it is!


This Rama has crossed the ocean with his monkeys by way of a causeway, and in utter contempt for us all is perpetrating a great slaughter. For I abducted his wife Sita Janaki, and he bridged the vast ocean with a causeway and has now come to set her free. He has killed the great Prohasto and others, our kinsmen. No one but you can slay him, enemy-plower."


Kumbhakarna was a machine of some sorts which battled all the monkeys and took Sugriva until "Laksmano sliced off his upraised arms with two honed razors. The other become four armed. Sumitra's son cut off all of ihe other rockbearing arms with honed razors, displaying his deft weapon.


He now became a giant with many legs, hands, and arms, and Laksmana burned him, who resembled a moss of mountains, with the Brahmo spell. Felled by (he divine weapon, the great hero fell in the bottle like o tree in full shoot that is burned dawn by a shoft of lightning. When the Roksasos saw the impetuous Kumbhakarno, the like of Vrtra, fallen dead on the ground, they fled in terror."

Indra had a son. mother unknown, named Indrajit (official title) whom he now sent against Rama.


His spite now knew no bounds and he was determined to kill his brother as he said to his son who stood before him,

"Slayer of enemies, kill Rama, Sugriva and Laksmana! For you, my good son, have earned blazing fame by vanquishing the Thunderbolt-wielder in battle, the thousand-eyed Consort of Saci. Invisible or in the open, slay my enemies, enemy-killer, with celestial weapons presented as boons-you ore the greatest of warriors.


Romo, Laksmona, and Sugriva are unable to withstand the onslaught of your arrows, let alone their followers, prince sons blome. The avenging of Kharo, which Prohasta and Kumbhokorna have left unfinished, strong-armed prince sans blame, you yourself must achieve in battle! Delight me today by killing the enemies and their soldiers with honed arrows, my son, as of yore by fettering Vosavo!"

The battle was now concentrated in the air as he challenged Laksmana to a dogfight, and,

"a grand and fierce battle began between the two, who were both thirsty for victory, proficient in divine weaponry, and rivals of each other."

Laksmana hit him with "fast-flying javelins", but Indrajit repulsed him and he fell to the earth. Indrajit aimed a missile with a "golden nock" at Laksmana's "chest" but he too repulsed it.


Indrajit then used invisibility and,

"noticing that the wizard Raksasa had disappeared, Rama went to that spot and watched over his army."


The enemy took aim and hit Rama and the great warrior Laksmana in all limbs with arrows obtained through a boon; whereupon the champions Rama and Loksmono both fought off Ravona's invisible son, who had vanished by magic, with their arrows.


Angrily he aimed arrows by the hundreds and thousands at all the limbs of these Han-like men. Searching for the invisible fiend, who shot arrows incessantly, the monkeys took lo the sky, grasping big rocks, and the invisible Roksaso pierced them with his shafts, and, enveloped by his magic, Ravmo's heroic son thrashed them sorely.


Covered with arrows, the two gallant brothers Rama and Laksmana fell from the sky to the ground, like the sun and the moon. Then Vibhisano capable in his deeds, came to that spot and brought the heroes bock to consciousness with the spell of awakening.


Sugriva rid them instantly of the arrows by means of the thorn-rinsing herb over which a divine spell had been cast. Returning to consciousness, the great men arose, freed from the arrows, and soon the warriors sluggishness and fatigue were gone. Seeing Ramo cured of his fever Vibhisona folded his hands, O Partita, and said to Rama, scion of Iksvaku.


"This Guhyoko has come to you from Mount Sveta, of the behest of the king of kings, carrying this water. The great King Kubera presents this water to you to enable you to see invisible creatures, enemy burner. When this water has touched your eyes, you and whoever you will give it to will see the hiding creatures."


"So be it," said Rama, accepting the consecrated water, and he washed his eyes with it. So did the great-minded Laksmona, as well as Sugriva, Jatnbavat.


Hanuman, Angagda. Moinda, Dvivida, Nita, and most of the monkey chiefs. And it befell so Vibhisana had said: "their eyes at once became clairvoyant."

Birds that drop rocks, or was it bombs?


Apparently, some sort of herb was used to revive them and a special water to reveal the enemy to them. If they had been hit by some radiation, this blindness would have been logical as would the use of water to rid the body of it. Indrajit, however, was in his bombastic glory as he flew over them. Now that the enemy could be seen Rama fought with fury.


Laksmana and Indrajit battled with weapons sounding rather like lasers from their "chariots" ,

 "then began a battle between both who sought to vanquish the other, a strange and wondrous battle, as between Sakra and Prahlada. Indrajit cut Sumilra's son to the quick with sharp arrows that hit weak spots and were fire to the touch, and Laksmana, hit Ravana's son.


Faint with rage from the strikes of Laksmana's arrows, he shot eight arrows like venomous snakes at Laksmana. Listen to me as I tell you haw Sumilra's heroic son took the other's life with three feathered arrows that were fire to the touch..."

It was a very ferocious battle as the clansmen met in a final clash and Laksmana vivisected Indrajit at the trunk, severing arms and shoulders, "a fearful sight".


He killed the charioteer also and the horses took the empty chariot back to Indra who was beside himself with grief and decided to kill Sita whom he rushed to in anger, sword in hand, and was about to strike the fatal blow when one of his officers stopped him. Devasena sat in the asoka grave and was petrified.


The officer hastened to remark.

"You who have the splendid position of Great King must not kill a woman. Killed is a woman already when she is captive in your house, even if she is not separated from her body, so I think. Kill her husband.' When he is dead, she is dead. Even the god of the Hundred Sacrifices is not your equal in bravery, for repeatedly you have caused Indra and the Thirty to tremble in battle."

Indra then gained control of himself and scabbarded his sword to now put his sights on battle, not murder.


He now fought with the blackest of weapons by employing EMR and he confused his enemies and,

"the hundreds and thousands of Raksasas who had departed from their bodies were seen to return with arrows, spears, and jawlins. Rama slew all the Raksasas with his divine weapon. The overlord of the Raksasas once more resorted to magic. Creating shapes of Romo and Loksmana, O Bhorala, Ravana stormed at Rama and Laksmana. Upon reaching Rama and Laksmana the Night Stalkers fell upon them, king, holding up their tall bows."

Rama's envoys told him what was happening and he told the men not to be fooled, to kill those who looked like them.


Rama routed them and,

"the creatures screeched, and in heaven the celestial lion roars roared to the beat of drums. The Night Slolker hurled at Ramo a fearful spike like Indra's thunderbolt, as though' it were the upraised staff of Brahma. Halfway, Rama splintered the spike with sharpened arrows. When he saw this rare feat, fear invaded Ravana."

Rama used a "golden nocked arrow" and,

"laid it on with the Brahma spell. This choice arrow Rama enchanted with the Brahma spell, and the gods and Gandharvas led by Sakra rejoiced at the spectacle. Gods, Gandliarvas, arid Kimpurusas knew that the enemy Raksasa now had little life left, because of the invocation of the Brahma spell. Rama shot off the boundlessly powerful and dread arrow, which was to spell the death of Ravana, like the upraised staff of Brahma.


Enveloped in fiercely blazing fire, it set the chief of the Raksasas afire with chariot, horses, and charioteer. And the gods, Gandharvas, and Caranas rejoiced, seeing Ravana killed by Rama of unsullied deeds. The five elements departed from the lordly Ravana, for he was toppled in all worlds by the power of the Brahma spell. The humors of his body, his flesh and blood burned with the Brahma spell until they vanished; and no ashes were found."

Indra's commander of his Raksasas lay dead and he quickly abandoned Lanka, while,

"all the Gods praised Rama of the lotus-leaf eyes, as did the Gandharvas and the celestials, with rains of flowers and words. When they had paid honor to Rama, they went back whence they had come. All of space resembled one huge festival, O undefeated king."

The heavens were alive with rejoicing as Sita was rescued, one Avindhya presented her to her brothers, saying to Rama,

"Great-spirited one, receive your queen of chaste conduct, the daughter of Janaka."

Rama stepped down from his chariot and "gazed at Sita, who was concealed by tears.


As he was looking at Sita of the lovely limbs standing on the wagon gaunt with grief, her body caked with dirt, her hair matted, wearing a black robe, Rama suspected her of having been touched, and he said to Vaidehi,

"Go Vaidehi, you are free. I have done what I had to do. Once you found me as a husband, good woman, you were not to grow old in a Raksasa's house-that is why I killed the Night Stalker. For how would a man like me, who knows the decision of the Law, maintain even for an instant a woman who had been in another man's hands? Whether you are innocent or guilty, Maithill, I can no more enjoy you, no more than an oblation that has been licked by a dog."

Devasena's face turned from exhuberance to total anguish and she fell down in grief.


Everyone was dumbfounded by Rama's statement, the Great Grandfather himself appeared as well as his other Fathers as ships came down from the heavens so pleased were they to have won back their divine daughter as light had conquered darkness, and "the entire sky crowded with Gods and Gandharvas shone like the autumn sky dotted with stars."


Rama believed she had been violated, but she pleaded with him before her Father's saying,

"Prince, I am not angry with you, for I know the ways of women and of men. Listen to my words. The wind of restless motion that breathes in all creatures shall leave my spirit, if I have done wrong! Fire, water, ether, earth, and wind shall leave my spirit, if I have done wrong!"

No harm had come to her. she had fasted and used herbs to cleanse herself, and as we will see used a little 'magic' of her own.


One Father then tried to convince him,

"Raghava, O Raghava, it is the truth! I am the wind of restless motion. Maithili is innocent, king - reunite with your wife!" pleaded his other fathers, "I am the one that dwells within the body, scion of Raghu, Maithili has not erred in the least. Kakutstha," and "The juices in all creatures' bodies spring from me Raghava. Verily I tell you to take Maithili back!"

His biological father than approached him in solemnity and said as all looked upon,

"Son, for you to act here like this is not strange in you who obey the Law of the royal seers and who walk the path of good conduct, good man. Listen to these my words. You have brought down, hero, the enemy of the Gods, Gandharvas, Snakes, Yaksas, Danavas, and the great seers. Him, who had become by my grace, invincible to all creatures.


The evil-spirited fiend abducted Sita for his own death, and I protected her by means of Nalakubara's curse - he had once been told that if he sought the favors of any one woman who did not love him his body was sure to burst o hundred fold as a result. Have no doubt at all about this. Take her back, resplendent man. Like an Immortal yourself, you have accomplished a great feat."

Replied Rama,

"I salute you, Indra among kings, if you are my begetter! I shall go to the lovely city of Ayodhya at your behest."

He then took Site's hands and all were most pleased.


His charioteer said to him,

"You have removed the unhappiness of Gods, Gandhatvas. and Yaksas, of men, Asuras, and Snakes, you whose prowess is your truth. All the worlds with Gods, Asuras, and Gandhatvas, Yaksas, Raksasas, and Snakes shall tell of you as long as earth holds out."

Rama then left on his resplendent sky-going chariot,

"Puspaka that went where he pleased, a master surrounded by his chief councilors."

What a war it had been to regain a Queen of Heaven while Indra gave his only son! For that the Ennead would pay dearly for, while the latter saw to it Indra would always command in Hell for heaven needed no kings.

What of the Tree of Life and the snake, the treasured symbols of Eden? The Tree of Life seems to have been just that. Just as Devasena said, she ate roots and herbs to sustain her plight.


The men of Indra told her not to eat of them as she would die but she knew better. She did have help if we can interject information here from the Origin of the World, a gnostic writing. The snake here enters thusly as a transmission device. Eve had some metal object, or perhaps it was the stone that might have been a crystal, through which Rama or the fathers, as they just stated they did, instructed her.


It could have been a snake-shaped earring or headpiece, a listening device as we have today which resemble snakes coiled about the head. In the Veda, Rama also sends a deer to tell her of his coming.


The Ebers Papyrus may tell us exactly what the snake was,

"...Oh Ra, speak over thine Uraeus serpent! Osiris, call over what came out of thee!

Ra speaks over this Uraeus serpent, Osiris calls over what came out of him. Lo, thou hast saved me from everything bad and evil and vicious, from afflictions caused by a god or goddess, from dead man or woman..."

Rama sent a transmission to her to coax her into doing what the Raksasas did not want:

"What is it that God said to you? 'Don't eat from the Tree of Knowledge'?" She said, "He not only said 'Don't eat from it,' but 'Don't touch it lest you die. "'

He said to her, "Don't be afraid! You certainly shall not die."

Obviously, our wicked snake in the garden is one of her own fathers who were trying to reach her having done so by transmission, via this 'snake'.


We next have the reason clearly spelled out for us, just as the Veda infers, as the 'snake' tells her to eat that which will help her and to ignore Indra who did not want her to awaken from her stupor:

"For he knows that when you eat from it your mind will be sobered and you will become like God, knowing ihe distinctions which exist between evil and good men. For he said this to you, lest you eat from it, since he is jealous."

Rama was clearly seeing how the atmosphere was affecting brain neural responses for the people were incapable of making correct decisions and if you will remember, Devasena could not even recognize her brother, Laksmana.


Confusion abounded as their minds were a mosaic of anguish and impulsive behavior, called temptation, which was only a good case of hypercapnia and confused biochemistries, which also goes by the name of sin.


But this was a boon for Indra who could easily subdue such a people while he was safe in his life-contained Edin.

"Now Eve believed the words of the instructor. She looked at the tree. And she saw that it was beautiful and magnificent, and she desired it. She took some of its fruit and ate."

Then her "mind opened" for as she ate, "the light of knowledge shone" as she knew she was "naked with regard to knowledge", and she then looked at her captives and "loathed them since they were beastly forms."


Like many herbologists know, particular fruits and herbs can open the senses.


The Raksasas apparently partook of the treasures of the coveted garden as it was heavily guarded, and,

"they came to The Tree of Life and they set great terrors around it, fiery living beings called cherubim, and they left o flaming sword in the midst, fuming continually with a great terror, so that no one from among earthly men might ever enter that place."

I have always found these whirling swords or cherubim to be well represented in most of these stories.


These whirling swords are thought to have been swastikas as this is a very ancient symbol. None have been found in Egyptian artwork as yet, nor mentioned, as in the Veda where the people always carry them when the Gods appear. Only the Maltese cross, one of Indra's symbols, as any cross, is shown in Egyptian hierologlyphics.


Why the swastika is not, we shall see later. Like so many things, Hitler merely borrowed this Aryan symbol, using it for evil. Psychologically, we can see why Indra would use the cross to enrapture his degenerated peoples, the first of his use of manipulative idolatry, rather than the swastika which will make more sense to us as we progress here.


Technically, or biologically, however you wish to look at it, the swastika in its particular shape draws in favorable radiations as its curved elongations created the 'circle of the world' at the center; total unity. The cross was feared, like in the Dracula legend, (however, the real Count Vlad Dracula may have had as with many, porphyria, like many of royalty who stemmed from these lineages) by those of the Nibiru lines for it was a symbol of disarrayed responses of the cosmos, unstable, which is why it appealed to the misshapened life forms.


Actually, the swastika matches exactly the four-cornered magnetic resonations of the earth that the Egyptians spoke of. The cross does not produce the circular unity of the cosmos, but draws the forces toward the center to collide atomically, entropy, death, the one force of death, which symbolized the one ruling empire of Indra.


He used it for all its hypnotic worth. The Egyptians only signified the swastika with gesticulations of the arms and legs, their famous stance often portrayed. The cross position attracts unfavorable electromagnetic fields which is why it was used in crucifixion to promote death. Swords are excellent in death wielding because of their cross-shape.


The cross came into popularity at the Fall of Egypt and again when Rama lost the Empire again at the rime which brought forth the christians.


Even our Amerindians used swastikas in their artwork for it is not unusual to see it in museums and meant the four winds.


I find these whirling swords in the garden most intriguing as this is what is used as laboratory 'electrometers' which have blades that rotate which will interrupt a static field and amplify wave forms with readouts of intensity and polarity. By feeding into a recorder, a two dimensional view can be had of people or objects approaching as the whirling swords of Eden sound like.

These herbs would be forever hidden from man.


Even the "Epic of Gilgamesh" has him looking for an aqueous plant similar to Buckthorn (if similar, the properties of the Buckthorn lies in it's being a purgative, emetic and for skin lesions, which is pertinent here if radiation from fallout was the problem) that may be a tie in here, for most water plants have iodine, just what these people needed to bolster ailing thyroids, especially in radiation fallout, Hebrew myths say Eve reached for figs, indeed, they could have been for they contain enough potassium to keep brain synapses working properly and would have certainly awakened her to the situation.


It was said they gave Adam the gift of prophecy.

What was Nalakubaras' curse by which Sita was protected as her father's stated? Was she ravaged by the Raksasas? Gnostic literature says no as does the Veda and the former tells us she fooled her abductors when she awakened thru the use of mental imagery.

"Then Eve, since she existed as a power, Soughed of their false intention. She darkened their eyes and left her likeness there..." says the "Origin of the World".

She then "entered the Tree of Knowledge", and there remained. They then defiled the apparition. In another gnostic text, the Hypostasis of the Archons, Eve takes the place of Indra's mother, while the latter's daughter Norea, is Devasena.


The latter is:

"The virgin whom the Forces did not defile... The Rulers went to meet her intending to lead her astray. Their supreme chief said to her, "Your mother Eve came to us." But Norea turned to them and said to them, "It is you who ore Rulers of the Darkness; you are accursed. And you did not know my mother; instead it was your female counterpart that you knew. For I am not your descendant; rather it is from the World Above that I come."

The arrogant Ruler turned, with all his might, and his countenance came to be like a block (?); he said to her presumptuously, "You must render service to us, as did also your mother Eve; for (?)

But Norea turned, with the might of (?); and in a loud voice she cried out up to the Holy One, the God of the Entirely, "Rescue me from the Riders of Unrighteousness and save me from their clutches - forthwith!"

The Great Angel came down from the heavens and said to her,

"Why are you crying up to God? Why do you act so boldly towards the Holy Spirit?"

Norea said, "Who are you?"

The Rulers of Unrighteousness had withdrawn from her.


He said,

"It is I who am Eleleth, Sagacity, The Great Angel, who stands in the presence of the Holy Spirit. I have been sent to speak with you and save you from the grasp of the Lawless. And I shall teach you about your Root."

It should be stated that although Indra and Rama were brothers they were not of the same mother nor fathers but in a polyandrous lineage the mothers were sisters and hence their male offspring would be brothers to one another, not cousins as we would know them.


The fight over Devasena was probably because Indra had lost his own sisters and deemed her as his in his madness even though she was married to her own brothers.


Indra's seven sisters were from other lineages. In polyandrous unions, a marriage is reckoned after the birth of so many sons and then the birth of a daughter, that is, in familial unions of this type.

Rama or the fathers had come to her rescue and they had beaten the Raksasas at their own game for,

"the fourth race is kingless and perfect, one that is above all of them."

The Bible's version of this event is certainly abbreviated, with Eve given the part of the evildoer when she was far from that.


There has been a terrible blending of stores through the ages to the misfortune of man. As for the nakedness described in the Garden, it was merely the sexual fantasies of writers and a gullible, weak-minded public who bought it, for the only thing they were naked of was knowledge, like Devasena.

Now, perhaps we can see where Adam really fits in.





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