Ignorance is the mother of all evil. Ignorance will eventuate in death, because those who came from ignorance neither were nor are nor shall be. But those who are in the truth will be perfect when all the truth is revealed.


For truth is like ignorance: while it is hidden it rests in itself, but when it is revealed and is recognized, it is praised inasmuch as it is stronger than ignorance and error. It gives freedom.
The Gospel of Philip


"After I have created Gods, men, Gandhaivas, Snakes and Raksasas, and the unmoving creatures, I destroy them with my own wizardry. When it is time to act. I once more think of a body and, entering into a human form, create myself to hold the boundaries firm.


White is my color in the Krta age, yellow in the Treta, red when I reach the Dvapara, black in the Kali age.


At the end of time lawlessness reigns for three-fourths; and when the age ends, I become more terrifying. Time and by myself destroy the entire universe with moving and standing creatures. I am the One of the Three Strides, the soul of all, bringer of happiness to all the worlds, sovereign, omnipresent, the wide-striding Hrsikesa.


I alone set in motion the wheel of Time, Brahmin, I am the formless, the pacification of all creatures, who do what is best for all the worlds."1

So sayeth the Lord.


In every declaration he gives in any text, from the Bible to the Veda's, he is always unknown, or formless, for this is the son who would be born to Indra. Keep in mind that he is the 'One of the Three Strides'.

It seems that time was unknown in the beginning to theses people as time is decay. A Divine Day, according to Hebrew Texts, was 1.000 years long. With no decay there is no time for there is no reason to count it. People were now influenced by the cosmic and terrestrial emanations instead of controlling them and when they lost homeostasis they found "the creatures are confused, my son, they are being urged on by Time.


We, are the "creatures".


The Gods,

"do not revolve with the revolutions of the Eons. Whence would there be old age and death for them, whence joy, pleasure, and happiness?"3

There were many different manner of gods, but those below the Ennead were the Nefilim of the Bible, the Anunnaki of Sumerian and Dhartarastra's' of the Veda, all offshoots of Indra.


Nefilim, meant, "Fallen Ones".


There were also the Enim or "Terrors", the Repha, meaning "Weakeners", Gibborim, "Giant Heroes", Anakim, Long-necked wearers of necklaces", and Awwim, meaning both "Devastators," and "serpents", of which the latter sounds too familiar.

Indra was sore for power and he soon found that his endlessly breeding peoples were more a plus than a minus. Being androgynous, the earth's population multiplied quickly and he surely needed no such urging of them to go forth and multiply", and certainly was not going to tell them their libidinal pathocrine urges would drive them to death, but they could hardly understand it in their stupors.


He had listened to his mother and now had a people to rule. He knew Rama would let it go on until it ended and until that time he would enjoy his depotism and bide his time. Rama seems to have kept earth off limits to his people.

Unfortunately, Indra was soon hoist by his own pitard, for his own plans to procreate and have a ruling dynasty were being foiled. Before he abducted Sita the trouble had begun. Here is the real Eden story. The seven goddesses of the Veda parallel the seven from Sumerian texts.


Enki, as Indra here, would figure prominently. There was no genetic engineering or other such nonsense. These people, from what the texts describe, wanted viable offspring and no genetic engineering can do that as manipulating genes does not change the whole body. He would not have gone to all the trouble to kidnap his lineage sister if this were so.


We cannot always believe literally what the ancient texts say. or at least we should take care not to interpret them with our own feelings.


They speak of man being made purposely to do the will of the gods, but it was only indirectly. Man was a pathology, an error, who was put to work merely because there was not much else for him to do. so the gods reckoned, and was made a slave as the Sumerian histories tell us. He was made in the image of God by default, for God was himself a freak as Devasena came to see. However, in the gnostic.


On the Origin of the World, the Raksasas had said as they approached Devasena:

"Naw come, let us seize her and let us cast our seed on her. so that when she is polluted she will not be able to ascend to iter light, but those wham she will beget will serve us."

We have already seen in the Veda how Indra and the goddesses sought to procreate from their own bloodlines, the natural way. The mothers were adamant about this and said,

"May we by your grace be the ultimate Mothers of all the world, and worshipful to it; do us this favor", and to which India complied heartily to his sisters and mother.

The Bible is a very confused, late history of this family, and of the Nibiru or Pandava of the Veda, Ennead of the Egyptian, who tried to stop them, but the Bible hides this fact by elevating the miscreants it seems.


India could only produce dolichocephalic. "Goat-faced" androgynous children and hermaphrodites. The births with his mother were often disastrous. The seven goddesses had considerable troubles with gestation and birth; we have already seen what problems they had.


On the Origin Of the World tells us a little more:

Seven appeared in Chaos as androgynous beings. They have their masculine name and their feminine name. The feminine name of Ialdabaoth is Pranoia Sambathas, i.e. the Hebdomand.


As for his son. called "Yao." his feminine name is "lordship". Eloaios; feminine name is "envy." Oraios' feminine name is "riches." Astophaias' feminine name is "Sophia."


These are the seven powers of the seven heavens of Chaos. And they came into being as androgynous beings according to the deathless pattern which existed before them and in accord with the will of Pistis, so that the likeness of the one who existed from the first might ride until the end.

Indra had an eighth son by his mother, Bhadrasakha.


The son was known as Saktisiva. or Siva, of the Veda (among others). Marduk of Sumerian texts, and Adam of the Bible. According to the Sumerian texts, the seven goddesses brought forth children according to the following. Most sources state they were all twins.


Twins were their stigma, as weakened germ plasmas will sometimes produce them which is a terrible strain on the mother and (he offspring are always weak. It was Sakti though, who was deemed supreme among them, for he was from a mother/son union, but only by the latter two was it lauded.


A Sumerian rendition fills in more of the gaps:

The Wise and learned,
Double-seven birth-goddesses had assembled,

Seven brought forth males,

Seven brought forth females.
The Birih Goddess brought forth
The Wind of the Breath of Life.
In pairs were they completed,
In pairs were they completed in her presence.
The creatures were People - -
Creatures of the Mother Goddess.

What they gave birth to no longer possessed the sound 'divine' genetic constitutions; man was thus born.


Bhadrasakha was bound to have a son born to her and said to Indra, after he,

"had fulfilled the wishes of the Mothers," that "You are the child of my womb, I wish lo obtain from you a bliss that is very hard to obtain."

To which Indra replied,

"What bliss do you wish?"


"I am the beloved daughter of Daksa, Svaha by name. O strong-armed one. From childhood on I have always been in love with the sacrificial Fire. Fire does not fully know how I love him, my son. I wish to dwell forever with Fire."

"Fire" was a reference to males while water, females.


Indra then answered,

"Whatever oblations lo the gods and Ancestors the twice-born who act well and follow the right path shall from this day onward offer into the fire with the appropriate spells shall henceforth always be presented, O Goddess, with the cry Svaha! Thus you shall always dwell with Fire, beautiful woman."

The narrator then tells us that,

"at these words Svaha, honored by Skanda, grew contented and, conjoined with her husband Fire, she pays homage to Skanda. The great-spirited Rudra poured his seed into the womb of Uma; and it spilled and lay on the mountain; from it spring Minjika and Minjika...


All the hosts of the Gods were there, and all the great seers, and the drum sounds of the clouds were thundered like the wind-swept ocean. The celestial Gartdharvas danced there, so did the Apsaras, and the grand jubilation was heard there of joyous creatures.


Thus all the world and Indra gathered on Mount Sveta, joyfully gazed upon Skanda, and did not tire of looking."

A new 'Skanda' was born. Sakti, or Siva, was most heralded for he seems to have been most like his father and the first near viable offspring they had. But Minjika was a problem as we will later see. The birth, according to Sumerian sources, had not been easy.


The seven goddesses attended to Bhadrasakha:

"I will prepare a purifying bath. Let one god be bled... From his flesh and blood, let Ninti mix the clay. Ninki, my goddess-spouse, will be the one for labor. Seven goddesses-of-birth will be near, to assist."

Apparently, Ea (another name for Enki) who attended had to transfuse blood to her as she hemorrhaged which is evidenced by the use of clay, an old and well known coagulant and healing agent as those of us in the holistic fields have come to know.


It has the same life-giving properties that gave rise to us, as the ancients told us, and which science is now accepting, reluctantly (remember, they have spent millions telling us it was water all these years - would you be so easy to change?)


They certainly knew the proper position to give birth in, to have healthy offspring, the squatting position, as she received the baby into her own hands, or at least attempted to. It was stated in Egyptian texts that the goddess Nephthys prided herself, as the other goddesses, on the fact they could receive the baby into their own hands.


However, there was more trouble here:

The god who purifies the Nopishtu, Ea, spoke up
Seated before her, he was prompting her.
After she had recited her incantation,
She put her hand out to the clay.
The birth goddesses were kept together.
Ninti sat counting the months.
The fateful 10th month was approaching;
The 10th month arrived;
The period of opening the womb had elapsed,
Her face radiated understanding:
She covered her head, performed the midwifery.
Her waist she girdled, pronounced the blessing,
She drew a shape; in the mold was life.
Ninti... counts the months...

The destined 10th month they called:
The Lady Whose Hand Opens came.
With the... she opened the womb.
Her face brightened with joy,
Her head was covered;
...made an opening:
That which was in the womb came forth,
Overcome with joy, the Mother Goddess let out a cry,
"I have created!
My hands have made it!'*

She had placed a scarf over her head as Egyptian women to keep bacteria from the hair away, but in the final stage she had to give birth caesarean and you can bet she let out a cry in pain as she had had a ten month gestation.


Gestation was too long as the head had started to ossify. If we can glean from gnostic literature, more problems had arisen as well for,

"after Adam was completed, he left him in a vessel since he had taken form like the miscarriages, having no spirit in him."9

They then,

"enveloped his senses with a veil and burdened him with anesthesia."

These latter statements are quite profound which no one seems to have taken notice of.


They gave him the best treatment,

"but on the fortieth day Sophia Zoe sent her breath into Adam, who was without soul. He began to move upon the earth. And he was not able to rise. Now when the seven Rulers came and saw him, they were very much disturbed. They walked up to him and seized him."

In another gnostic text, mouth to mouth resuscitation was advised which Indra administered to his dying son,

"Breathe in his face something of the spirit which is in you, and the object will raise itself up."

The seven goddesses, or Rulers, were most upset at the newborn as he would rule from familial right, the son of the son of the mother (the father, son and holy ghost).

When he recovered in his incubator or "vessel" they were even more alarmed as they feared the new mother/son union.


But Sophia, as Bhadrasakha was known in gnostic texts, knew what she wanted and,

"established the kingdom for him above every one so that he might come to be above the twelve gods of Chaos."

Her son would rule. The twelve gods were perhaps the seven primal brothers of Sita and her five fathers.

In the Veda, Indra's wife is also known as Gandhari. whose plight is told, so very similar to the patriarch's wives in the Bible. We must review it to see how corrupted these stories became in the Bible as it was written long after the Veda's, with many wars and peoples in between.


This is from the Veda's "Book of the Beginning", most like the first half of the Bible, and fills many gaps for us:

For two years Gandhari bore her fetus without giving birth, and misery beset her. Then she heard that Kunti had born a son, splendid like the morning sun; and when she felt the hardness of her own belly she began to worry.


Unbeknownst to Dhrlarostra, Gandhari, fainting with pain, aborted her belly with hard effort. A mass of flesh came forth, like a dense ball of clotted blood, and she made ready to throw it out after she had borne it in her womb for two years.


Dvaipayana divined it and came swiftly; then that best of the mumblers of spells saw the mass of flesh. He said to Subala's daughter, "What is this you are about to do?"


She truthfully told the great seer her mind: "When I heard that Kunti had born her first son, splendid like the sun, I became so miserable that I aborted my belly. A hundred sons you granted me before, to be sure, and now this mass of flesh is born to me for those hundred sons!"

One hundred sons were said to have been born to him which are all listed by name in the Veda.


The following is so paralleled to Abraham and his sister/wife, Sarah of the Bible that one of the key pieces to the puzzle comes into place. As we know, Sarah despaired at not being able to bear children and would give her handmaiden, Hagar to him who bore the son Ismael and thirteen years later, Sarah bore Isaac when Abraham was 100 years old.


Compare the Biblical version with the following from the Veda:

When Gandhari was ailing in her swelling belly, a commoner's wench, who had been brought up there, used to save the strong-armed Dhrtarastra, it is said. In that year a famous and sagacious son was born to Dhralarastra by that wench, the bastard Yuyutsu, O king, so one hundred warlike and heroic sons were born la Dhrotaraslra, and one daughter, whose name was Duhsala.

Was the handmaiden Hagar, whose son, as in the Bible, was renounced by Sarah? The Egyptians too spoke that one of their famous Pharaohs was born from a commoner's wench, the father was a God. Bear this in mind!

It was Siva's twin who gave many problems for the child was an androgynous female attached to Siva's thoracic cavity.


She would be the actual Eve, or Lilith as she was also known:

Having decided to give Adam a helpmate lest he should be alone of his kind, God put him into a deep sleep, removed one of the ribs, formed it into a woman, and closed up me wound. Adam awoke and said: 'This being shall be named "woman", because she has been taken out of man. A man and a woman shall be one flesh. The title he gave her was Eve, 'the Mother of All Living'.

But she was not the mother of the living, but of the dead, because she and her brother were androgynous as we shall enlighten upon in a chapter to follow. There was probably a great deal of flesh left from the incision and he was no doubt missing a rib.


Often in old pictures you yet see this twin attached to him. (see plate no. 6)


Indra had been despondent at his son's birth when he saw his condition as miscarriages had occurred before, but this baby was overdeveloped bodily and he feared his mind would be retarded in comparison for he seems to have suffered from adrenal hyperplasia with precocious growth and of which all of mankind suffers.

Indra "was afraid lest perhaps the man come into his molded body and rule aver it. Because of this, he left his molded body forty days without soul. And he withdrew and left him."

The gonads now ruled the body in its precocious development, the "man" and sex was born, procreation had left, for man could not control his hormonal imbalances. His son was now like the man who walked the earth. Indra's command in Hell was surely coming true.

Indra had come to think of himself as a God for which Sophia chided him for he had not corrected the earth and that was why his son was malformed as she angrily said that:

"a veil exists between the World Above and the realms that are below; and Shadow came into being beneath the veil; and that Shadow became Matter: and that Shadow was projected apart. And what she had created became a product in the Matter, like an aborted fetus. And it assumed a plastic form molded out of Shadow, and become an arrogant beast resembling a lion. It was androgynous, as I have already said, because it was from Matter that it derived."


"Opening his eyes he (Indro) saw o vast quantity of Matter without limit; and he became arrogant, saying, 'It is I who om God, and there is none other apart from me."


But she replied much agitated. "You ore mistaken, Sainael" - which is, 'god of the blind.' But he would not listen and said, "It is I who am the god of the Entirety", to which Sophia "cried out and said to him, 'You are mistaken, Sakla!'"

He was in no uncertain terms superior to anyone much less his mother!


He was sadly blind now, this is not a metaphor, for the Veda tells us he went blind and many of the Raksasas were blind as well and which gnostic texts collaborate. This is an excellent example of their pathocrine problems and why acromegaly and other disorders of the pituitary drove the hominids to caves.


Indra knew this biochemical abomination he looked down upon in its incubator would never be sensitive enough to the earth or cosmos to rule it. Adam meant "of the earth" and he surely was. The stars, the home of the Gods, were not to be his.

The Raksasas had been upset that Indra had lied and told them he was the creator of the universe, or at least the power would be shared with them, but as he seemed to only have created a lineage of aborted fetus' or such,

"they laughed at the First Father because he lied, saying 'I am god. No one else exists before me."'

They approached him and satirically said,

"Is this not the god who destroyed our work? He had shown himself before the world, or rather duped the poor souls in it. and it was backfiring on them all in their plans of conquest.


Indra answered to what they could do with man just as the Sumer texts tell us, Yes, but if you desire that he not be able to destroy our work, come, let us create a man from the earth according to the image of our body arid according to the likeness of that one, in order that he may serve us so that whenever that one sees his likeness, he may become enamored of it, then he will no longer ruin our work, but we shall make those who will be begotten from the light servants to ourselves..."

You might call this the "Divine Plan of the Ages."


Indra now realized as the Raksasas, that death was their biggest weapon against Rama and man would be the 'devil's pawn'. Their excessive reproduction would be the sword he would hold at Rama's throat for the latter would not obstruct nature it seems in this situation, but would only let it run its course.


The people of the earth would follow Indra's sons for they were like them, pale, without horns, ears not as "conches", that is pointed, as the Veda tells us the Pandava's were. If you snickered at this, don't, we have a long way to go yet. Siva, though, was horribly disfigured. There was no need for genetic engineering, man now covered the earth. Temples abounded, nothing more than bordellos with the infamous temple prostitutes where sin was covered by religion.


The earth was soon covered by his lineages,

"Creatures with various forms but with a common vow have been poured out from you", says the Veda of Indra.

Using mental delusion, they disguised themselves, as they did so often in war.


God Brahma then stood before his men and gave them his general orders being,

"maker of the creatures, gave orders to oil the Gods", to throw off the burden of Earth, you must each be born with a port of yourselves on her to hall them. Be born among men with pans of yourselves, in the fashion that pleases you.


"Impotent to go to earth and be reborn everywhere with portions of themselves, they went to Narayona Vaikuntha, slayer of enemies, he who wields the discus and the club, yellow-robed, dark-complexion, lotus-naveled killer of the foes of the Gods, whose eyes ore wide and soft and slanted. For the cleansing of earth Indra spoke to the Supreme Person: Descend with o part of thyself!"

And Haro said,

"So shall it be!"

He would have his kingdom no matter what the cost which would keep Rama from it whose people could not bear to live amongst the mortals and witness depravity in their perfection.


Gnostic texts tell us more as Indra:

"look counsel with his angels; they sent their angels to the daughters of men, so that they might let seed generate from them for their pleasure. At first they had no success. They all came to a decision to create the Imitation Spirit, so that they might remember the Spirit which came down. And the angels changed their forms into the appearance of their husbands and they sowed with the spirit which tormented them in the darkness.


Out of wickedness they brought them gold, silver, gifts, and metals, copper and iron and all sorts, and they led them into temptation so that they would not remember their Providence, which does not waver. And they took them and begot children out of the darkness through their imitation Spirit.


Their hearts were hardened, they become hard through the hardening of the Imitation Spirit, even until now."

Indra still feared Adam however, as he was developing far too rapidly.


For them, puberty was said by gnostic texts to be normally 1000 years, but this baby looked full grown to them. The seven goddesses were pleased the son was "erring in ignorance like the beasts, they rejoiced greatly." In instinctual prowess and mental capacity he was much retarded. He could not even raise himself up without his mother assisting.


Babies naturally born can by the third day which takes at least three months for the average western baby today and others around the world on refined diets. When Indra had decided to abduct Sita, it was because "at that time oil the authorities began to honor the blood of the virgin; And the Earth was purified because of the blood of the virgin," as she had been untouched by the war.


But Sophia was impure and she created only androgynous beings who would introduce the abomination of sex instead of procreation as we will later venture into, a biochemical dilemma, for sex and death were synonymous:

Out of the first blood Eros appeared, being androgynous. His masculine nature is Himeros, because he is fire from the light. His feminine nature is that of o blood-soul, and is derived from the substance of Pronoia. He is very handsome in his beauty, having more loveliness than all the creatures of chaos.


Then when all the gods and their angels saw Eros, they became enamored of him, but when he appeared among all of them, he burned them. Just as many lamps are kindled from a single lamp and the single light remains but the lamp is not diminished, so also Eros was scattered in all the creatures of chaos yet he was not diminished.


Just as Eros appeared out of the midpoint between light and darkness, and in the midst of the angels and men the intercourse of Eros was consummated, so too the first sensual pleasure sprouted upon the earth.

And, as we saw earlier from this same passage, after marriage "death followed reproduction."


Why this is so will have to be treated separately. Sophia would be credited with creating the most vile person in history, "the Monstrous Creator, Jaldabaolh, Yahweh," her son by her son, the son of God.


In the following Sumerian tablet it tells us of the joy of his birth but ends pathetically in their dashed hopes as it parallel's the gnostic texts:

After Ea had vanquished and subdued his enemies,
Had established his victory over his foes,
And had peacefully rested in his abode,
He named it Apsu and appointed it for shrines.
In his place he founded his chamber;
There Ea and Damkina, his wife, dwelt in splendor.
In the chamber of fates, the abode of destinies,
The wisest of the wise, the wisest of the gads, the god was begotten.
Within the Apsu Marduk was born;
Within the holy Apsu Marduk was born.
He who begot him was Ea, his father;
Damkina, his mother, was she who bore him.
He sucked the breasts of goddesses.
The nurse that cared for him filled him with awe-inspiring majesty.
Enticing was his figure, flashing the look of his eyes,
Manly was his going-forth. a leader from the beginning.
When Ea, his father that begot him, saw him,
He rejoiced, he beamed, his heart was filled with joy.
He distinguished him and conferred upon him double equality with the gods,
So that he was highly exalted and surpassed them in everything.
Artfully arranged beyond comprehension were his members,
Not fit for human understanding, hard to look upon.
Four were his eyes, four were his ears.
When his lips moved, fire blazed forth.
Each of his four ears grew large,
And likewise his eyes, to see everything.
He was exalted among the gods, surpassing was his form;
His members were gigantic, he was surpassing in height.
Mariyulu, Mariyulu:
Son of the sun-god, the sun-god of the gods!
He was clothed with the rays often gods, exceedingly powerful was he;
The terror-inspiring majesty with its consuming brightness rested upon him.

...the four winds did Anu create,
To restrain with his... the strongest of the host.
He caused waves and disturbed Ti'amat.
Disturbed is Ti'amat, and day and night she restlessly hastens about.

The gods were not at rest, carrying on like the storm:

They planned evil in their hearts.

They said to Ti'amat, their mother:

"When thy slew Apsu, thy spouse,
Thou didst not march at his side,

but thou didst sit quietly

He made... fear.

He was born a giant from his adrenal hyperplasia, for calculating birth weights thru these ages and the strengths of a gynic mother, they were probably use to having babies born no more than three pounds.


Even gorillas as big as they are have babies this small for the mother cannot deal with them otherwise without exhausting herself. They are also more easily given birth to, another reason Bhadrasakha had so much trouble. They were fortunate to be able to get most of their growth postnatally. When Nature wishes to destroy its lineages it always makes them physically imbalanced, usually bigger, as the dinosaurs.


The Nibiru were much upset that their genetic lines were so wasted and life so blindly given in ignorance. Rama, later known as Anu in Sumerian, would be the one who would be The destroyer of the gods of Ti 'ainat, who created mankind with their bodies. 1

In the Veda, as we saw he was also known as Siva, the "Three Eyed One."


I believe he was not Cyclopian as they generally do not live long, but merely had a fibroma from the middle of his head, much like others described in the Veda's. However, as we saw, Rama killed one who supposedly had a supernumerary eye and it may be from these unfortunates that the Cyclopian legends began. We are seeing more of these deformities today. We are also seeing something else today which Siva's other name "One of the Three Strides" implied - he had a supernumerary tail.


More babies are born today with them as refined foods further strips the viability of germ plasms causing an endocrine pathology as with Siva.


Hebrew Mythology says that,

"it has been said that God did not shrink Adam's body, but trimmed innumerable flakes off his flesh."

Legends made much of the 'horn' that sprang from his head, the mark of 'banished Cain', punishment of the latter for killing his brother.


Was Adam and Cain one and the same? The Veda hints at this, his "third eye" as stated, again, a reference to the fibroma, common in endocrine dysfunction.

How proud Indra became of his son in later years,

"when the blessed lord had been anointed to captaincy, the lustrous Hara happily departed for Bhadravata on a sun-colored chariot, and the God journeyed with Parvati. A thousand lions were yoked lo that excellent chariot, and it flew to the bright heaven goaded by Time.


Drinking up space as it were, and causing the moving and standing creatures to tremble, the lions with their handsome mane went roaring in the sky. Standing on the chariot the Lord of Cattle shone with Uma as the sun with lightning on a rainbow-colored cloud. Great armies were gathered under the leadership of Indra and his son.

The father and son had a world to rule and everyone in it under their subservience, as, "all the many sciences that have been created by the wise and of which the gods with Indra are the speakers went in the vanguard of the army.


Ahead went the Raksasa Graha holding the standard, and Rudra's friend Pingala, chief among the Yaksas, always busy in the burning field, who gives bliss to the world. In their company the God went as it pleased him in front or in the rear, for his course was not steady.


The mortals on earth worship the God Rudra with good rites under the name of Siva, him whom they call Lord Rudra the Pinaka bowman. They worship Mahesvara with all manner of things."

Out of the blue the passage adds the following,

"Thus the husband of Devasena, amidst the armies of the Gods, the brahminic son of the Krttikas, followed the lord of the Gods."

Siva was in love with Devasena?


He would be in love as the Egyptians tell us and the Veda itself, of which the latter text later retracted the above. Siva would become enamored with Devasena's daughter later as his father did her mother.

Indra still had the problems of correcting the atmosphere which he never had the skill to do.


His people still suffered as the following Hebrew lines tell us, already touched upon in another writing:

Tebhel, the Sixth Earth, contains hills, mountains, valleys and plains, inhabited by no fewer than three hundred and sixty-five kinds of creatures. Some have heads and bodies of oxen, but are endowed with human speech; others have twin heads, four ears and four eyes, twin noses and mouths, four hands and four legs, yet only one trunk.


When seated they look like two people; but when they walk, like one. As they eat and drink, the twin heads quarrel and accuse each other of taking more than a fair share; nevertheless, they pass for righteous beings."

Multiple appendages and twin births are common in endocrine disorders.


At the beginning, he had his hopes set upon a lovely place for his wife(s) with an earth conducive to procreation, a heaven in hell:

The land Kilmun is a pure place, the land Dilmun is a clean place,
The land Kilmun is a clean place, the land Dilmun is a bright place;
He who is all alone laid himself down in Dilmun,
The place, after Enki had laid himself by his wife,
That place is clean, that place is bright;
He who is all alone laid himself down in Dilmun,
The place, after Enki had laid himself by Ninsikii,
That place is clean, that place is bright.
In Dilmun the raven uttered no cries,
The kite uttered not the cry of the kite,
The lion killed not,
The wolf snared not the lamb,
Unknown was the kid-killing dog,
Unknown was the grain-devouring boor,
The bird on high... not its young,
The dove... not the head,
The sick-eyed says not "I ant sick-eyed,"
The sick-headed says not "I am sick-headed,"
Its Dilmun's old woman says not "I ant an old woman,"
Its old man says not "I am an old man,"
Its unwashed maid is no!... in the city,
He who crosses the river utters no ... ,
The overseer does not . . .,
The singer utters no wail,
By the side of the city he utters no lament.
Her city drinks the water of abundance,
Dilmun drinks the water of abundance.

Her wells of bitter water, behold they are become wells of good water,

Her fields and farms produced crops and grain,
Her city, behold it is become the house

of the banks and quays of the land 13

Dilmun, behold it is become the house of the bonks and quays of the land.

As we will see so often through all the ancient texts, the water in this radiated earth is contaminated as water contains great amounts of zinc which attracts fallout.


The Goddess Ninsikil has demanded that he correct the tainted water. The city could have been Lanka of the Veda which of course is an Indian name, we do not know the true name.


Their first births, as would be expected, were grossly malformed:

The... she Ninmah made into a woman who cannot give birth.
Enki upon seeing the woman who cannot give birth,
Decreed her fate, destined her to be stationed in the "woman house."
The... she mode into one who has no male organ, who has no female organ.
Enki, upon seeing him who has no male organ, who has no female organ,
To stand before the king, decreed as his fate.14

They were all androgynous and hermaphrodites. In all she gave birth to six versions of man, although this could be another rendition of the other goddesses and their births.


Another child lives for awhile and Ninmah tries to help the poor little creature,

"Of him whom thy hand has fashioned. I have decreed the fate, Have given him bread lo eat;

Do thou decree the fate of him whom my hand has fashioned, Do thou give him bread to eat."

The text goes on to say that he can neither sit nor stand or bend at the knees, a total neuronal malfunction much as with Siva.


Either the union between mother and son was too close or more likely the environment was the cause for Ninmah curses Indra for this failure which he seems to accept, "until thou are dead, I shall not look upon thee with the 'eye of life'," she cried. She leaves him in disgust as the gods around them are equally disgruntled and "sit in the dust".


Ninursag or Ninmah, then like Devasena, puts her wits together and gives Enki the "honey plant" to eat. It probably contained a great deal of zinc and vitamin E, well known sperm rejuvenators.


Needless to say whatever it was, worked:

Upon Ninhursag he caused to flow the "water of the heart," *
She received the "water of the heart," the water of Enki.
One day being her one month,
Two days being her two months.
Three days being her three months.
Four days being her four months,
Five days being her five months,
Six days being her six months.
Seven days being her seven months,
Eight days being her eight months,
Nine days being her nine months, the months of "womanhood,"

Like... fat, like... fat, like good butter,
Nintu, the mother of the land, like... fat, like... fat,

like good butter, Gave birth to Ninsar.


* The first line is very revealing in that they knew instinctively that which we are coming to realize now, that testosterone (or estrogen in females) does receive stimuli from hormones in the heart and a great deal of heart trouble today can occur with overindulgence.



We are finding that the heart does more than just pump blood which we will delve into more later. But this is a very profound statement here in antiquity.


Another set of passages tells of further success:

Ninhursag: My brother, what hurls thee?" Enki: "My... hurts me."
Ninhursag: "To the god Abu I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursag: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My hip hurts me. "
Ninhursag: "To the god Nintul I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursag: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My tooth hurts me,"
Ninhursag: "To the goddess Ninsutu I gave birth for thee."

Ninhursog: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My mouth hurts me."
Ninhursag: "To the goddess Ninkosi I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursog: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My... hurts me. "
Ninhursag: "To the god Nazi I gave birth for thee."
Nihursag: "My brother, what hurts thee ? " Enki; "My side hurts me."
Nihursag: "To the goddess Dazimua I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursag: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My rib hurts me."
Ninhursag: "To the goddess Ninti I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursag: "My brother, what hurts thee?" Enki: "My... hurts me."
Ninhursag: "To the god Enshogag I gave birth for thee."
Ninhursag: "For the little ones to which I gave birth ... " Enki: "Let Abu be the- king of the plants,
Let Nimul be the lord of Magan,
Let Ninsutu many Ninazn,
Let Nittkasi be the goddess who soles the heart.
Let Nazi marry Nindar,
Let Dazimua marry Ningishzida,
Let Ninti be the queen of the month.
Let Enshogag be the lord of Dilmun."
O Fother Enki, praise!


Well, praise Enki, he finally came through!


From this however, we may be able to tell what caused his problem-strontium for he seems to be infected in his bones. Perhaps "Abu, King of Plants" had a great deal of calcium which would have flushed his system of the poison along with the honey-plant. It should be stated she probably had her problems as well.


She or some goddess, perhaps Devasena, was told by the "Grandsire himself" who had "heard this oil too-cruel curse pronounced by Kadru; and, although it went far beyond what fate had ordained, he and oil the hosts of the Gods approved her word, for the good of the creatures, as he saw how many Snakes there were.


They were powerful and mordacious, their poison was virulent; to counter the virulence of their poison, he bestowed the art of healing poison on the great-spirited Kasyapa for the well-being of creation. In the Veda's especially, everyone had herbs to repel this special poison as another line says,

"while he traveled he heard how the lord of the world was carefully protected by magic herbs that cured poison."16

We will constantly see fertility problems in all the texts, one of the major gynecological complaints of the Bible as well. It gives a great deal of credence to fallout and oilier climatic disturbances.


In the Story of Agastya in the Veda, Agastya comes upon his forefathers hanging in a cave, and asked,

"What is your object, sires?"


"Offspring!" replied the scholars of the Brahman. "We are your own ancestors and hove ended in this cave, hanging down because we are wanting in progeny. If you, Agastya, were to beget o sublime child we would be released from this hell and you, son, would attain to the goal!"

This may sound strange but is relevant for there are other references where the people have to take to caves for shelter if they have no "hermitages", Edins, like the gods.


Is it a coincidence that primitive man is often found there? It must be remembered these people were now mostly photophobic as people who lose zinc become, for the eye has a great deal of zinc, copper, and ascorbic acid. They were also losing the most important vitamin, A. if their skins were turning yellow to white, and more if the eyes were blue.


Indra was already himself becoming, "wan, yellow, wasted". Some people became photophilic, loving the sun, like a moth to the flame as their bodies tricked them to destruction.

Indra as, "Sacker of the Cities", laid waste many cities on earth which did not conform to his dictatorship. Many people had sense enough to know his boast as (he one true god was ridiculous, that life sprung from forces of nature, and not a being.


After his usurpation a war yet raged with old adversaries, the Kaleyas, whoever they were (perhaps the very aliens they fought at the Fall), who sought to take (he earth from Indra and had control of the ocean bases to fight him and,

"mode preparations to destroy the world. Every night the raging demons devoured whatever hermits they found in hermitages and sacred sanctuaries. In the hermitage of Vasistho the miscreant band devoured a hundred and eighty-eight Brahmins and nine other Ascetics. They went to the holy Hennitage of Cyavana, which is visited by the twice-born, and ate one hundred of the hermits, who lived on fruit and roots.


This they did in the night time; by day they vanished into the ocean. At the Hermitage of Bharadvoja they destroyed twenty restrained celibates who lived on wind and water. In this fashion the Kaleya Danavas gradually invaded all the hermitages, maddened by their confidence in the strength of their arms, killing many hosts of twice-born, until Time crawled in upon them.


The people did not know about the Daityos. best of men. even as they were oppressing the suffering Ascetics. In the morning they would find the hermits, who were lean from their fasts, lying an the ground in lifeless bodies.


The land was filled with unfleshed, bloodless, marrowless, disemboweled, and disjoined corpses like piles of conch shells. The earth was covered with shattered sacrificial jars, broken offering ladles, and scattered agnihotras. Under the oppression of the Kaleyas they study of the Vedas and the oblation calls had stopped, the practice of sacrificial festivals was lost, and thus the world was left without enterprise.


While men were wasting away in this manner, O lord of men, they ran from fear into all directions to save themselves. Some hid in caves others behind waterfalls, others were so fearful of death that the fear killed them. (Hiding behind falling water would defray many radiations because of its negative ions. AN.)


There were also proud and heroic bowmen who did their utmost to hunt down the Danavas; but they could no! find them, far they were hidden in the ocean: and the bowmen succumbed to exhaustion and death. When the world neared perdition and the performance of sacrificial festivals had come to an end. the Thirty gods became utterly distressed, O king. From fear they assembled and with Indra they took counsel together: and they sought recourse with the unvanquished Narayana Vaikuntho."


The people then gathered to their 'god', Thou art of us and the world creator, protector, and keeper, O lord! thou hast created all this, whatever stirs or does not stir. When of yore the earth was lost, lotus eyed God, thou didst rescue it from the ocean, assuming the form of o boar, for the sake of the world... Therefore, O God, lord of Gods, we address thee for the good of the world: protect the creatures and the gods and Sokra font this great ordeal!"

The Gods then replied to Indra that,

"it is on gifts from here that the four classes of creatures thrive; and having been prospered, they prosper the celestials with their oblations. Thus the different worlds have their being and rely on one another; and it is thou who by thy grace keeps them safe arid undisturbed. Now this terrible peril has befallen the worlds, and we do not know who kills the Brahmins in the night.


When the Brahmins have perished, the earth will foil to its perdition. When the earth has perished, heaven will foil to perdition. May it please thy grace, mighty-armed lord of the universe, that with thy protection oil the world survive!"

To which Indra answered,

"I know fully, Gods, why the creatures ore being destroyed, and I shall tell you too; listen without fever. There is a very dangerous bond known as the Kaleyos. They joined Vrtro and oppressed the entire universe.


When they saw Vrtra killed by the wise Thousand-eyed God, they saved their lives by entering Varuna's realm. They have now plunged into the fearsome ocean, infested with crocodiles and sharks, and by night they now kill the hermits on earth, to extirpate the worlds.


They cannot be killed, for they have shelter in the ocean. You must set your minds on destroying the ocean, and who but Agostya is capable of laying the ocean dry?"17

Indra could see his power slipping away as his officers related.


According to the text, Maitravaruni, one of Indra's officers, proceeded to take all the water from the ocean (sounds familiar does it not?) and bases were exposed to attack and,

"they took the fine, divine weapons and with cheerful gallantry killed off those Donavas. The Donavas were exterminated by the great-spirited Thirty, who were mighty and impetuous and noisy with roars; they could not withstand the impact of the impetuous, great-spirited celestials."

The Kaleyas then flew to the Netherworld. We cannot believe (I don't think??) they dried up all the ocean but perhaps, like Rama, merely pulled back the tides by counteracting the magnetic pull. Another faction, the Sagaras, did the same and were subdued by Indra and they left for the Netherworld.

In the story of King Sagara his two wives cannot give birth and Indra told him he would have 60,000 sons but only one would live, then he "vanished."18


His lotus eyed wives each had a child but one had a "pumpkin gourd abortion", the other had a "child of divine beauty." The King wanted to destroy the abortion but the lord rumbled from the sky not to and from this child 60,000 sons were born. Enough said.

A God was said to have visited one city and the queen at the Kings command (!) let her "of her season" come to the "great seer Vasisthon, who partook of the best, lay with the queen by divine precept. When a child was conceived in her, the good hermit was bidden farewell by the king and returned to his hermitage.


The queen carried the child for a long time, but did not give birth. Then she split her womb with a stone. It was in the twelfth year^ O bull among men, that the royal seer Asmaka was born, he who settled Potono. Everyone coveted a child by the gods not realizing they were quite a demented lot for being so divine.


Here we have the same story again - she had to give birth by Caesarean, the worst type of birth there is for mother and child, for either they were not compatible, or she was androgynous having an android pelvis, so common today which is why Caesarean births are more prevalent.

Indra was going to have command of the earth at any cost.


The people bemoaned the fact that their world was not as it once was and they had indeed changed biologically to a lower form because of the lord:

Once upon a time, there was no snake, there was no scorpion,

There was no hyena, there was no lion,

There was no wild dog, no wolf.

There was no fear, no terror, Mon had no rival.
In those days, the land Shubur-Hamazi,
Harmony-tongued Sumer, the great land of the me of princeship,
Uri, the land having oil that is appropriate,
The land Mortu, resting in security,
The whole universe, the people well cared for,
To Enlil in one tongue gave speech. '
But then, the lord defiant, the prince defiant. the king defiant,
Enki, the lord defiant, the prince defiant, the king defiont.
The lord defiant, the prince defiant, the king defiant,
Enki, the lord of abundance, whose commands are trustworthy.
The lord of wisdom, who scans the land,
The leader of the gods,
The lord of Eridu, endowed with wisdom,
Changed the speech in their mouths, put contention into it,
Into the speech of man that until then had been one.

They knew the gods had themselves become confused in their physical biochemistries and thus mental, and they in worse conditions, would be putty in their hands.

To Hittites, the wife/mother of Enki was known as the goddess Heba, wife of the storm god, and so she was! Her daughter, the twin of Siva, was the true Eve. or Lilith, sometimes in the guise of Innana of Sumerian literature.


It was said she was made of,

"filth and sediment instead of pure dust. From Adorn s union with this demoness, and with another like her named Naamah, Tubal Cain's sister, sprang, Asmodeus and innumerable demons thot still plague mankind. Many generations later, Lilith and Noamoh come to Solomon's judgment seat, disguised as harlots of Jerusalem.''21

Bear the latter in mind, for they are not deceiving us in saying they lived many generations. Zu of Sumer and Abel of the Bible seem to be one and the same, another son from which another twin girl, Naamah was born.

Lilith was the first 'liberated woman' on record, or should we say the first androgyne other than her brother.


All was not peace in the 'garden' for when they came of age, as was expected, they married but,

"Adorn and Lilith never found peace together; for when he wished to lie with her, she took offense at the recumbent posture he demanded. 'Why must I lie beneath you?' she asked. "I also was made from dust, and am therefore your equal.' Because Adam tried to compel her obedience by force, Lilith, in a rage, uttered the magic name of God, rose into the air and left him."22

Another revealing text tells us that,

"Adam wondered at Eve's nakedness: because her glorious outer skin, a sheet of light smooth as a finger-nail, had fallen away. Yet though the beauty of her inner body, shining like a white pearl, entranced him, he fought for three hours against the temptation..."23

Of course, Siva, or Adam, was not pleased with his sister's obstinacy and Adam complained to God;

"I have been deserted by my helpmate".


God at once sent the angels Senoy, Sansenoy and Semangelof ta fetch Lilith back. They found her beside the Red Sea, a region abounding in lascivious demons, to whom she bore lilint at the rate of more than one hundred a day. 'Return to Adam without delay,' the angels said, 'or we will drown you!"

Lilith asked:

"How can I return to Adam and live like an honest housewife, after my stay beside the Red Sea?"


"It will be death to refuse!" they answered.


"How can I die, Lilith asked again, 'when God has ordered me to take charge of all newborn children: boys up to the eighth day of life that of circumcision; girls up to the twentieth day. None the less, if ever I see your three names or likenesses displayed in an amulet above a newborn child. I promise to spare it."


"To this they agreed; but God punished Lilith by making one hundred of her demon children perish daily; and if she could not destroy a human infant, because of the angelic amulet, she would spitefully turn against her own."24

Women would wear amulets against Lilith until very recent times in Hebraic cultures, so perhaps she was once like her father in the early days because she certainly was as we will see in later times.


However, these passages all answer many questions if she were white skinned and as libidinous as legend tells us, for lacking in vitamin A, zinc and copper, created hypertrophied or atrophied gonads which would call for a release of neuronal tension we call 'sin'. She had lost much of her instincts as a true gynic, and like her kind preferred to be like a man by her virile, confused instincts, as she was more male than female.


And, as all such beings, wild and reckless libidinously. not cognizant of her gender, being much as women today who wear scanty clothing and are promiscuous for when testosterone rises, chastity, the hallmarks of a gynic, goes out the window. In many 'primitive societies', as they call them, before the missionaries, they frowned on the masculine position of women instead of the recumbent, little realizing that the refined foods they introduced them to would make them very androgynous.


Thus, the cult of the western woman has sprung up all over the world. However,

"some say that Lilith ruled as queen in Zmargad, and again in Sheba; and was the demoness who destroyed Job's sons."

Yet she escaped the curse of death which overtook Adam, since they had parted long before the Fall.


Lilith and Naamah not only strangle infants but also seduce dreaming men, any one of whom, sleeping alone, may become their victim. As we will see, the reference to Job may not be wrong. She would be many persons down thru history, the Queen of Sheba, Hatsheput, but always the same.


Even the Veda parallels these Hebrew stories:

There upon Fire mast happily and joyfully lay with this Siva; and overcome by pleasure the Goddess look his seed in her hand. She thought, "If people see this body in the forest, they will tell of the Brahmin wives: faithlessness with Fire. Therefore, in order to prevent this, I'll become a Garuda bird, so I'll escape easily from the woods."


She became a fair-winged bird and left the vast forest, and she saw Mount Sveta, all covered with reed stalks. The mountain was guarded by wondrous poison-eyed and seven-headed serpents, and peopled by Raksasas, Pisocas, and terrifying bands of ghosts, and by Roksosos and countless game and fowl. She went to the inaccessible mountain ridge and hurriedly threw the seed into a golden basin.


She assumed the guises of the other wives of the great-spirited seven seers, and then made love to Fire. But she was not able to assume the shape of Arundhoti, because of the power of her austerities and her faithfulness to her husband.


Six times did she cast down the seed of Fire, O best of the Kurus, did the laving Svaha, into the mountain basin, on the first day of the lunation. The spilled seed, gathered together in heat, engendered a son who was worshiped by the seers; and the spilled seed became Skanda.


This child, this Kumaro, had six heads, twice as many ears, twelve eyes, arms and feet, one neck and one trunk. Guha look form on the second day, was a babe on the third, and grew his major and lesser limbs on the fourth.

It was a bad union all around which would drive Siva to seek other mates.


Lilith was no different than her father in his vainglorious attempts, and many people worshiped her in some Scriptures; in Sumer she is the "Queen of Heaven" and matriarchal rule abounded in tribes where the androgynous women resided. And like Lilith, matriarchal tribes are notoriously promiscuous.


The Amazons were her most patronizing group. All the weaknesses of women seemed born of these times, her curiosity, her gossiping, her say in matters that should concern man, which are not as a gynic. When Pandora opened the box it was her andric side speaking as curiosity is a male trait because of their adventurous habits.

Twelve male offspring were born with the twin sisters, whereas the Veda and Sumer texts state fourteen. Perhaps some died of this union of Adam and Eve. There were twelve tribes of Israel and each was said to have married their twin sister, the twelve sons of Jacob. This does accord well given the animal descriptions in the Bible of each son of Indra's as to their physical conditions.


All peoples at this time realized that the gods were gods because they possessed the entire sum of the universal matrix in their bodies, and when their biochemistries degraded, they took the forms of various animals. I think when you study teratology this hits you full force. When a dog for instance, is malformed, it is just an unshapely flesh, but man can take on nearly every animal shape in nature.


It is truly remarkable, but very unnerving; bodies like worms, fish, heads like pigs, turtles, hands like claws, tails like a dog, etc.


We often say in general language that someone is bull-headed, dog-faced, the latter like Churchill, and the character often matches the faces as the genetic constitutions are from the same matrix. Lilith herself is said to have had, without Adam, given birth to thirty pairs of twins and from these would spring those who would rule Egypt during the Middle and New Kingdoms.

We can easily deduce that teratology was not uncommon at any of these ages, even Lucretius wrote that,

"monstrous and mishappened animals were born, but to no avail because nature ruthlessly eliminated them... and many species must have died out permanently through failure to reproduce their kind while every breed of animal we now see alive has been preserved from the world either by courage, cunning or speed."

Geoffrey H. Bourne of the Yerkes Primate Center feels confident (I think he needs a physic!) we will one day hybridize man and ape!


Sounds like casting pearls before apes to me! What madness if they ever do anything so foolish. The only good part here is that apes are well known to prefer classical and pop music and will turn off rock and roll, so maybe there is something to be said about genetic engineering after all!

Animal-like appendages are most prevalent in the study of teratology. Many people can live to maturity and reproduce normally, or unfortunately, the same offspring. Hippocrates, Democritus, Pliny, Aristotle and Galen all described hideous birth defects in their days of drugs, wine and lead, pretty much the same problems as now. Multiple-bodied monsters are quite known through the ages.


Licetus described a human monster with seven heads and arms. Borelius spoke of a three-headed dog, the fabled Cerberus, and they are not unknown today amongst man and beast. Bicephalic monsters born to man are very sad with their single bodies. Sometimes body organs are double also. One Bavarian girl lived to 26 with two heads, one very beautiful, the other ugly.


This is caused by poor gestation through diet, drugs, stress, etc.


One woman born in 1541 had two heads and begged from door to door. A Cyclopian creature was displayed from town to town in Spain, the two beads having a third eye in the middle. A supernumerary face in 1856 Bristol, showed an infant with remnants of a second head attached to its face which when the normal head sucked milk it regurgitated through the supernumerary mouth.


Whatever facial gesture the normal face made the other did likewise in a hideous manner. A very sad case was a Bengal child with a near perfect head placed right atop the normal and fully functional one.


Parasitic terata have heads on abdomens and there are cases where the inflicted lives and marries.


One of the saddest cases was of Edward Mordake, born of a wealthy English family, who lived in utter seclusion even from his family. Though himself of very handsome face and figure, on the back of his head was the face of a beautiful woman, like a mask, not deformed. But it drove him to suicide for when he would weep, it would smile, and vice versa.

Before we leave to the next chapter, I would like to introduce the reader to the following Gnostic text which parallels the Veda text and certainly adds more to the story where the Veda left off. After reading such a text, one can understand why the Gnostic texts are hidden as they tell us in detail just what has happened. It is most invaluable, and comes from the Mandaeans, which means 'gnostic' and who are the sole Gnostic sect to survive to modern times living in southern Iran and southern Iraq.


These Scriptures derive from a holy book called the Ginza Robba-Great Treasure, and indeed it is! It is a part of the so called 'magical' texts, which I would love to get my hands on for if it is anything like the following we shall learn even more of our past. Being less exposed to western influences, this text has remained untouched.


They were an offshoot of Jewish sects and spoke Aramaic as used in the Babylonian Talmud.


This story is pertinent to both Jewish and Christian history. These people were clearly against the God of the Bible and this separated them from those Jews and later Christians who would glorify this god. How much this means will become more clear as we progress. These people were adamant in retaining the true story of man's fall.


The God of the Bible is to them evil and his ignorance was the fall of man. They know man lies in a "sleep" which I have attempted to show, having been cast into a deluding atmosphere of CO2 with a decided lack of nitrogen and other elements. And, unlike later Christian texts, they know man's only salvation is "knowledge".


Once man becomes aware it will end that which the evil of God caused. This is the essence of gnostic texts, to awaken man.


Let us look now as it is a wonderful companion to the Veda text, entitled The World of Darkness:

When I stood in the House of Life, (an Edin? - A.N.)
I beheld the rebellious.
I beheld the gates of darkness.
I beheld the destructive
and the lords of the gloomy abode.
I beheld the warriors,
who are buried in darkness.
I beheld the gates of fire,
how they bum and glow.
The wicked bum and glow
and deliberate on imperfection and deficiency.
I beheld Hewath the female,
how she speaks in the darkness and malice.
She speaks in malice,
in witchcraft, and sorcery, which she practices.

She speaks with illusory wisdom and sits enthroned in falsehood.

I beheld the gate of darkness
and the arteries of the earth Siniawis just as they are there.
I beheld the black water in it..
which rose up, boiled, and bubbled.
Whoever enters there dies.
and whoever beholds it is scorned.
I beheld the dragons,
Who were hurled there and writhe about.
I beheld dragons
of every type and every kind.
I beheld the chariots of the sons of darkness,
which do not resemble one another.
I beheld the wicked rebels,
as they are seated in their chariots.
I beheld the wicked rebels,
how they are arrayed with weapons of evil.
They are arrayed in weapons of evil
and plot evil against the Place of Light.
There is no boundary for the light
and it was not known when it came into being.
Nothing was when light was not.
Nothing was when radiance was not.
Nothing was when the Mighty Life was not;
there never was a boundary for the light.
Nothing was when the water was not:
the water is prior to the darkness.
Prior to the darkness is the water;
there is nothing without an end.
There is no number of which we could say,
how great it was before the uthras came into being.
The uthras are prior to the darkness,
prior to the darkness,
prior to the darkness are the uthras and more ancient than its inhabitants.

Goodness is prior
to the malice of the Place of Darkness. Gentleness is prior
to the bitterness of the Place of Darkness. The living fire is prior
to the consuming fire of the Place of Darkness. Praise is prior
to sorcery and witchcraft, which the wicked practice.
The third Jordan is prior
to the flowing water of the Place of Darkness.
Perception (or: instruction in the faith) is prior
to this or that, which the wicked of the Place of Darkness practice.
The call of the uthras is prior
to that of the powerful wicked ones of the Place of Darkness.
The throne of rest is prior
to the throne of rebellion.
Hymns and recitations (or: books) are prior
to the sorcery of Hewath, the terrible Woman.

The "House of Life" is reminiscent of the houses that fly or the "Edins" in the Veda and these passages remind one of what, presumably Indra saw after what appears to have been a total holocaust.


The canopy has allowed no sun in. The earth teems in fire and boiling pitch and whoever leaves their homes, their Edins, will die. Is there a reference to the mighty dinosaurs who were mutations and were caught in the resultant warfare? Is this why we find them so often in writhing death positions, or is this from the later Flood, or both?


Many hundreds of these animals are found in group deaths as if caught in some calamity. The story centers around "Hewoth, the terrible woman."


Why? For as in the Veda, she becomes wife to her son, but let us read more of the conditions:

Then the Second was established, and his uthras rose up and gave him advice. His uthras rose up and gave him advice and spoke to him:


"Gram us to call forth a world and establish skinas for you, which shall be named as yours."

And the Second gave them some of his radiance and his light and some of that which the Life gave him.


He gave them some of his radiance and ordered them to call forth a world.

The sons of the Second arose,
they went and descended to the Place of Darkness.
They called forth Ptahil-Uthra,
they called him forth and set him in his place.
They called forth the "sons of perfection"
and set them on their thrones.
They called forth and creoted the skinas
and created uthras in them.
They arrived at the streams,
they saw and beheld the Place of Darkness.
B 'haq-Ziwa shone by himself,
and he held himself to be a mighty one
and abandoned the name that his father had called him by.
And he spoke:
"I am the father of the uthras."

The father of the uthras am I, 'I made skinas for the uthras.'

He pondered over the turbid water and said: 'I shall call forth a world.'

He look no advice
and did not perceive the turbid water.

The 'Skinas' sounds very much like Indra's other name.


Skanda in the Veda. But here we have the boldness of Indra, forsaking his family name for the new one he would create in his kingdom on earth. The uthras, or Skinas. may be, like the "Graspers,". a weapon the "sons of perfection" use on others and "devoured the offspring of mortals".


Note the reference to the "turbid waters", like the poisoned water of the Sumerian passages.

He called PlahU-Unthra,
embraced him, and kissed him like a mighty one.

He bestowed names on him, which are hidden and protected in their place.

He gave him the name "Gabriel the Messenger,"

he called him, gave command, and spoke to him:

"Arise, go descend
to the place where there are no skinas or worlds.

Call forth and create a world for yourself ,

just like the sons of perfection whom you saw.

Set up and establish a world,
establish a world for yourself and make uthras in it."

The father of the uthras in his greatness told him nothing about the adversaries,

he neither armed him nor instructed him.

Ptahil-Uthra rose up, he went out and descended below the skinas,

to the place where there is no world.

He trod in the filthy mud.
he entered the turbid water.
He spoke with his voice,
as the living fire in him changed.
When the living fire in him changed,

he was troubled in his heart and said:
"Since I am a son of the Great One,
why has the living fire in me changed?"
When Ptahil said this,
Ruha took heart.
Ruha took heart,
she herself became arrogant
She spoke: "His radiance has changed,
his radiance has become deficient and imperfect."
She arose, destroyed her property,
and clothed herself in a capacious robe.
She changed her spirit into arrogance,
she conducted herself, as she was not.
She spoke to the warrior,
the foolish ane who has no sense of understanding.
She spoke to him:
"Arise, sleep with your mother,
and you will be released from the chain which binds you,

which is stronger than all the world."

When the evil one heard this he trembled in his banes.

He slept with Ruha,
and she conceived seven forms by the one act.

After seven days she was in labor and brought forth the despicable anes.

She gave birth to the Seven Planets from which seven forms emanated.

When she caught sight of them, her heart fell down from its support.

Ptahil washed his hands in the turbid water and spoke:
"May an earth come into being
as it did in the house of the mighty ones."
When he immersed his hands
a solidification took place.
A solidification took place,
which was thrown down and ran here and there,
as though there were no solidification.
When no earth came into being and solidified,
his heart was torn with discord.
When his heart was torn with discord,
Ruha again took heart,
and she spoke:
"I will get up and destroy my properly, I will go to the king of the world. "
She spoke lo him:
"Rise, great monster, rise,
behold, the whole world is yours!"
"I am your sister!
Ifyau sleep with me,
your strength shall be doubled. "
When he slept with her,
she conceived twelve monsters by the one act.
She conceived twelve monsters by him,
none of which was good for anything.
After twelve days
Ruha was in travail.
She was in labor and gave birth to twelve farms,

none of which resembled any other.

They did not resemble one another

and each one rose on the other's lap.
Ptahil stood engrossed in thought,

engrossed in thought Ptahil stood and cried;

"I shall leave the world."

When Ruha heard,
her heart righted itself again an its support, and she spoke:
"The alien is no match for me,
the alien has no more power in the war Id. "

She prepared to go, destroyed her property,

and went to the source of the Place of Darkness.

She spoke to the base warrior,

who is without hands and feet:

"Rise, my father, behold" I am your daughter!

Embrace me, kiss me, and sleep with me."
He kissed her and slept with her,
and she became pregnant by him.
She conceived Jive scoundrels by him,
who disavowed one another.
They disavowed one another
and practiced anything that was unworthy and ugly.
She was in labor and gave birth to five forms,
none of which resembled any other.
None resembled the other,
and they stumbled aver one another.
Through them impel feet ion came into being
with which the worlds are unable to cope.
Ptahil pondered in his mind
he conferred in his wisdom and said:
"I shall get ready, fall at the feet of the Life.
and cast myself before the. Great Life.
I long to put on a clothing of living fire,
and walk in the turbid water.
In the turbid water I shall walk
and indicate all that shall take place."
When Ptahil in the wisdom which he devised.
had fallen down and praised the Life,
he received a garment of living fire
and walked in the turbid water.

When the living fire intermingled with the turbid water,

at the aroma of the clothing of living fire dust ascended from the earth Siniawis.

Dust flew upfront the earth Siniowis and dispersed in all directions.

All the seas were stopped, and oil the mines were filled.

Dryness came into being,
and solidification look place and fell into the water. A curtain was raised.
ascended, and was installed in the hear! of the sky,
When the firmament was spanned out
Ptahil fell down and praised the man, his planter.
When he saw the lofty throne, he rejoiced, and his heart was glad.
He seized the navel of the earth

(Is this Egypt, the Bnbn stone? To be explained later)

and tried to bind it to the heart of the sky. (The magnetosphere?)
When he attempted to seize the navel of the earth
the "perishable ones" surrounded him.
The bosket of the cunning ones surrounded him.
which is full of false "wisdom".
How full it is of delusions,
a woman's market-bosket of witchcraft!
The seven Planets encircled him
and the twelve good-for-nothing monsters,
Atorpon and Lufon encircled him,
the two princes of the world,
Urpet and Morpel,
who have dominion over anger in the Tibit.

They encircled the great dragon, ascended,

and were installed in the vault.

When he seized the navel of the earth,

took it up, and pinned it to the vault,
when he seized the lofty circle of the firmament, (the Earth's magnetism?-A.N.)

took it up, and fixed it lo his throne,

then the seven Planets were bound.
they ascended, and look their place in the vault,

the twelve monsters took up position;

they were bound in their thongs.

As for their five leaders, they wailed: "Alas, alas."

Ptahil sits there in his wisdom and asks them severely:

"Where do you come from, you wicked,

you whose form is not from the father's house?"

When he said this to them, Ruha answered him from below:

"We come wishing to be your servants,

we would approach and be your helpers.

We would be your helpers in everything you do,

and leave you on your throne in peace.

On your throne we, would leave you in peace,

we would approach and maintain order in the world.

We would be good and be completely devoted to you."

When the seven planets had thus spoken he said to them:

"You are my sons!

If you perform good deeds then I will reckon you on my side!"

When Ptahil said this, his house was token away from him.

His house was taken from him,

and the "perishable ones" gained dominion over it,

as before the firmament was spanned out

and the earth had become compact by solidification.
When Ptahil spoke thus,
Ruha searched into her "wisdom" and said:
"I shall call forth urthos and astaries,
who shall be my children in the world.
The planets and their demons
shall rise up in opposition.
The monsters and devils shall rise up
and we shall disorganize the whole world.
The five masters of the house
shall rise up and wage war."
When Ptahil beheld them,
he shone in his wisdom.
he clenched his fist
and beat upon the forecourts of his breast and said:
"Before I enter the father's house,
I shall appoint a master over this world.
The masters of the house do not know that this world has a master. "
When I, Ptahil, was formed and came into being.
I came into being from the source of the great radiance.
When my father considered and called me forth.
he called me forth from the source of radiance.
He clothed me in a robe of radiance
and wrapped me in o covering of light.
he gave me a great crown
by whose radiance the worlds shine.
He spoke:
"O son, arise, go and betake yourself to the Tibil earth

and make a solidification in the black waters.

Solidify the Tibil earth and disperse jordans and canals in it."
I set off and came
as far as the boundary of the Tibil earth.
My eyes were filled with black waters.
Up to my knees 1 stood in the waters,
but the waters did not solidify.
Up to my thighs I stood in the waters,
but the waters did not solidify.
Up to my first mouth I stood in the waters,
but the waters did not solidify.
Up to my last mouth I stood in the waters,
but the waters did not solidify.
some of the seven garments of radiance, light, and glory,

which my father gave to me,

I cast upon the waters, but the wafers did not solidify.
I rose up out of the black waters
and presented myself before Abathur.
I went to my father Abathur,
to speak to him about the mysteries of this world.
When Abathur saw me,
he questioned me.
He said:
"The world which you called forth, what is it like.
and your works, how have you set them up in it?"
Then I answered my father and said:
"You sent me to the world, afoul stench,
which has no ray of light,
to the waters, which consume each other,
and will not accept the name of the Life."
When I had thus spoken to my father Abathur,
he rose up to pray and to praise.
To pray and to praise he rose up,
he prostrated himself and rended full praise to the Life.
He ascended to the Life, his father,
to speak to him concerning the works of this world.
He called Hibil-Ziwo
and sent him to the flank of the stallion,
and from him he took the solidification.
The solidification he took from him,
he came and gave it to Abathur.
Abathur wrapped it up in his pure wrapping,
he brought it to his son Ptahil and gave it to him.
He spoke to him:
"Go, solidify the Tibil earth
and span out the firmament in perfection. "
I rose up from my father Abathur,
and arrived at the boundaries of the Tibil earth.
I cast the solidification, which my father gave to me,
upon the waters, and the waters solidified.
By my (Ptohil's) first cry I solidified the earth
and spanned out the firmament in perfection.
By my second day I dispersed jordans and canals in it.
By my third day I called forth the fish of the sea
and feathered birds of every type and variety.
By my fourth ay I made oil the plants and seeds,
every single one different from each other.
By my fifth cry evil reptiles come into being.
By my sixth cry the whole structure of darkness come into being.
By my seventh cry came into being,
Ruha and her seven sons.
Ruha and her seven sons come into being,
they came and presented themselves before me.
When ! beheld them
my heart fell down from its support.

It more or less speaks for itself and collaborates the Veda.


Here, as there, Indra is sent by command of the "father" to help an ailing earth, only after setting up his home to meet with opposition from further warring parties, Ruha sends forth "demons" to destroy those who are a threat to her rule just as the wives of Indra wanted their enemies killed.


We see the special clothing worn by "Ptahil" or Indra, as he gazes over war-torn earth, his "clothing of living fire", as we saw in the Veda. In all earnest he tried to turn the world over again and got the people to planting and the vegetation helped to lift the "curtain", only to have the "Perishable Ones" seize authority. His children are born malformed.


We see the substitute or companion to the sun which seems to be implied, "The place of Light", perhaps this was in the hollow of the earth. The skin colors have changed as well, their "radiances" and how man's too "has diminished."


And, as we know of the legend of Satan, India must live in the Hollow of the Earth, where we have seen he had underground cities where he had taken Devasena.

If this was really a global nuclear war, as it surely seems to have been, there are so many areas we could explore as to why the waters receded with the heavy influx of CO2. As far as the sun's rays receding, nitrogen oxides would have depleted stratospheric ozone thereby increasing the TJV radiation reaching the lower atmosphere and the dust would certainly reduce the sunlight.


This condition has already been speculated upon in the event of a nuclear war today. Ptahil may have needed his "clothing of fire" because of the 'Superfires' we expect from such a disaster as simultaneous fires erupt over terrain from the detonations. These create hurricane force winds which cause air temperatures to exceed that of boiling water in the areas affected which may be where our boiling oil, water, etc., comes in from these texts.


Ozone reduction would allow more UV light to enter as each nuclear warhead was used. The solar heating of smoke would raise the temperature by as much as 50-80 degrees above normal which would make the smoke create its own stratosphere, and above the lowered troposphere with warm air overlying cooler.


Precipitation would be locked in; our waters above the earth, with also a cloud vale.

What tripped the poles, created and killed the dinosaurs and why does ancient man speak so of a great war between the gods? How can we ignore any of this when none of us were there to refute it?


I wish I had the confidence of Carl Sagan to say it is rubbish, but then, the more eclectic one is in the their studies the more questions are that have to be asked.


Sometimes it is nice to be one-sighted, but ignorance is not bliss, it has been our death for too long ...





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