xi. Devavrata/Bhishma and Ningishzidda

NB: This article can be found after the following introductory passages.

Before you read this article, please note that, from 1996, I (Pari, the author of this article) had begun to see numerous visions. I was trying to understand what was happening to me. As I was trying to understand this, I began writing all the articles which can be found in this website. Each article is a continuation of the earlier one. So what I had explained in earlier articles were not explained in subsequent articles. This had also allowed me to keep developing what I have to explain. After I had written numerous articles, people were asking me as to which articles they had to read in order to understand something or the other. Thus, in 2015, I began to write books. All the knowledge which a person needs, so as to understand the contents of a book, are given in the book. Thus, a person could understand the contents of a book without having to revert to other articles or books. However, a better understanding could be had through reading the other books. I had also begun writing my first book “Holographic Universe : An Introduction” because I began to have a good understanding on the structure of the Holographic Universe through experiences, guidance from God, research, etc. 

It should be remembered that my articles were written while I was trying to understand what was happening to me. So, the emphasis in the articles may have been on my own roles (due to the afterlife of my past births). In my books, I concentrate on just explaining knowledge and not really on giving an explanation on my own role. 

It should be noted that since there are so many articles, I find it very difficult to update the articles. So there may be information in them which has not been updated. I try my best to keep my eBooks updated. 

Anyway, to have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my earlier articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at my List of Articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding. It should be noted that all my articles were written based on time being cyclic. Click here to understand the basics of the Cycle of Time.

Devavrata/Bhishma and Ningishzidda

(posted on 18-12-2012)

NB: there is a brief explanation on the cycle, at the end of this article, for those who are not familiar with the Cycle of Time. For convenience, I am referring to those who walked out of the divine world, at the end of the Silver Age, as the Anunnaki since they have been referred to as the Anunnaki in the Sumerian myths. The Sumerian mythological names/roles like Enlil, Enki, Ningishzidda, Marduk, Anunna etc were only some of the roles which they were using. These people/souls had used many roles during the Mid-Confluence (Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages). Their actual names were considered as being insignificant. I have begun an explanation on this at: Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names – Part 1 (Name of the Soul) and at Egyptian Ren & Mythical Names : Part 2 – Ancient Naming System. 

(includes a discussion on the Copper Aged issue of who should become the heir; Ganga in the Copper Age; Yudhisthitra; Anu or Alalu; Queen of Atlantis (Southern Atlantis) - Ningishzidda; King of Atlantis (Northern Atlantis) - Utu; Bhishma become Chief Commander of the Kaurava Army on condition; Ningishzidda as son of Enki and Ereshkigal; Didi Manmohini; battle between Horon (the Egyptian god Horus) and Satu (the Egyptian god Set); Asta/Isis; False Prophet in Brahmapuri; woman’s role; Maya number system was a base twenty system; meaning of Mahabharata, Bharat, Bharata; city-state of Bharat and Dwarka; Satyavati and her father; Bhishma’s oath not to have an heir; gene of Enki and Vyasa; Dhritarashtra, Pandu and Vidur; Vyasa as Satyavati’s eldest son; wealthiest kingdoms)


At the beginning of the Mahabharat story, King Bharath gives importance to being fair and just. Thus, King Bharath passes the rule of Bharath to Bhumanyu (a commoner who is not his son). This changed the tradition where the son becomes the next ruler to the tradition that only the fair and just should become the ruler. This change in tradition reflected what has to happen, as per the World Drama (Story of TIME), when World Rule has to pass:

1. to the deity souls at the beginning of the Golden Age (this was represented by the passing over rule of Bharath to only the fair and just), and

2. to those in the west, and to those in the line of Abraham, during the Copper Age (this was represented by the ‘commoner’ aspect of Bumanyu).

The west was meant to play a leading role in the second half cycle. So this was where those in the line of Abraham migrated to. The ruler of Atlantis should have got World Rule in the Copper Age since Atlantis (the fourth kingdom in the first half cycle) was the kingdom in the west. The ruler of Atlantis should have also got world rule, in the Copper Age, since Atlantis was still existing (since it was the last Silver Aged city-state to sink). As a ruler of an existing divine city-state, the soul was worthy to have world rule. The personality of the soul was also good, which is also a reason why he should have got world rule (during the Copper Age). In the Sumerian myths, this soul was portrayed as Ningishzidda. In the Mahabharata, this soul was portrayed as Devavrata/Bhishma (the 8th son of Ganga).

Ganga represents the purification process and the Confluence Aged souls who will be doing world service through explaining the Confluence Aged knowledge (as I am doing) now. During the Copper Age, the déjà vu, time slip experiences etc had made it seem like as if Ganga was also playing her role in the Copper Age. However, she was not. If she had, the Copper Aged people would have been successful in transforming the world into the Golden Aged world at that time itself because of the purification process that would have taken place. The world would not have gone into the present Kaliyug state.

In the Mahabharat story, several generations after King Bharath and Bumanyu, King Santanu broke the tradition that only the worthy should be placed on the throne. He broke this tradition through 2 ways:

1. King Santanu wanted his eighth son to remain alive, so that he can have an heir. Ganga told him that she will return the eighth son to him after bringing him up. So, she took the eighth son away with her. When he was praiseworthy, she returned him to King Santanu. This son was Devavrata who later became known as Bhishma.

2. King Santanu married Satyavati. Satyavati’s father had placed the condition that Santanu can only marry her if Satyavati’s son can become the ruler after Santanu. Devavrata accepted this condition and took the oath that he will never have an heir.

In the Mahabharata, these changes in tradition laid the foundation for the great war that took place at Kurukshetra.  Dhritarashtra and his sons represented Enki and the Enkites. These people should have got world rule at the beginning of the Copper Age. This was why, in the Sumerian myths, Enki was portrayed as having control on earth originally (before Enlil took over). As per the World Drama (story of TIME) the Kauravas were meant to have rule in the second half cycle. However, the Enlilites were of the view that Enlil should have world rule because he plays an important role in the Confluence Age with God. Pandu’s son (Yudhisthira) was portrayed as being worthy to rule because Yudhisthitra represents God (playing his role in the Confluence Age).

The story about the changes in tradition (in the Mahabharata) represented that the people were considering these changes in tradition (after the deity souls walked out of the Silver Age). The sons of Enlil and Enki were both heirs. Enki was playing the woman’s role because of the joint rule agreement between Bharath and Lemuria. So, Enki’s heir should have gained world rule after Enki. However, the Enlilites had different views since they wanted to remain in power. This was also represented by the Kaurava/Pandava fight in the Mahabharata.

In the Copper Age, all the deity souls were getting tainted by the vices since they have already gone into the rajo state. It is those who have just come down from the Soul World who will be worthy to rule because they will be in their satopradhan state. So those in the line of Abraham were more worthy to rule. However, in the Copper Age, it will not really matter if the ruler was worthy or not because the vices have already begun to exist. Further, why should the Anunnaki pass World Rule to those in the line of Abraham, when there are also devotees of the Deity Religion who have just come down from the Soul World. These mortal devotees were also worthy to be given rule over kingdoms (to rule on behalf of their gods). If those in the line of Abraham are supposed to have World Rule, it would happen when it has to happen. Those who are 'worthy' can be allowed to rule in the mean time. All these were also being discussed, during the Copper Age, while debating on the topic as to who should be chosen as the next ruler.

Even in the Sumerian translations by Zecharia Sitchin, in Tablet 1, a lot of emphasis was given on how the heir should be chosen because of this ‘question’ that existed during the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages. Whether Anu (God and gods) or Alalu (vices and demons) should be king of Nibiru included the issue of who is the direct heir from An. There were battles between Anu and Alalu to see who was worthy to be the ruler through being victorious. This debate on who should be made the next heir, finally brought about the battle between the Enkites and the Enlilites. Then, it ended with the nuclear usage in the Copper Age. The war that took place in the Mahabharath story also represented the war that had taken place during the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages. The war took place because emphasis began to be given to the heirs of Enki and Enlil, instead of to the ruler of Atlantis (the surviving divine kingdom).

There were actually 2 rulers of Atlantis (the King and the Queen). One of them was ruling the northern lands in Atlantis (which consist of the European countries now). That ruler was flowing along with Enlil. He was portrayed as Utu in the Sumerian myths. Ningishzidda was the other ruler who was ruling in the southern lands of Atlantis. Ningishzidda was flowing along with Enki. In this way, both rulers (of Atlantis) were supposed to have world rule. However, neither of the rulers of Atlantis had world rule because of the battle that was taking place between the Enlilites and Enkites in the Copper Age.

Ningishzidda was playing an active role in the Underworld with Enki. So, at the beginning of the Mahabharath War, Bhishma (Ningishzidda) was portrayed as the Chief Commander of the Kuru/Kaurava Army. Bhishma was portrayed as accepting the command of the Kaurava army on condition that:

1. he will not harm the five Pandava brothers, even though he will fight the battle sincerely.

2. Karna should not fight when Bhishma was fighting in the battlefield.

The first condition reflects how Ningishzidda was not an enemy of the Enlilites. He was flowing along with them. The second condition reflected that Ningishzidda was not prepared to share rule with Marduk in Enki’s Underworld. This was because Marduk’s plan and Ningishzidda’s plan for the Underworld were different. This was also why, in the Sumerian myths, Ningishzidda and Marduk were portrayed as having conflicting ideas on what 'exists in Egypt'.

In the Sumerian myths, Ningishzidda was portrayed as Enki’s son. However, Ningishzidda (the ruler of Atlantis) was not really the son of the King of Lemuria (Enki). Ningishzidda was portrayed as the son of Enki and Ereshkigal (the Sumerian Queen of the Underworld) because:

1. Ningishzidda was meant to rule in Enki’s line.

2. that soul (Ningishzidda) has taken a birth as my son now.

I play the role of Ereshkigal, now. I play this role with God, now. God is Enki (where His role in the Underworld with me is concerned). From 1996, I saw visions:

1. of how my son was responsible for creating the Mayan myths (in a birth during that previous time). 

2. that, during his birth just before the present one, he was playing the role of Didi Manmohini during Brahma Baba’s time and even after that. Didi Manmohini was the First Joint Administrative Head of the Brahma Kumaris from 1936 until 1983.

I was given the understanding that he has now taken a birth as my son because he has a role to play with me, on the world stage. When I was seeing all these visions etc, I began to recollect my experience when I had turned my head to see my son, for the first time, after his birth. My son was born in 1992. The nurse had just put him on the cot next to me, in the hospital. As I turned to look at him, even my son had opened his eyes and had turned his head to look at me. I had gone beyond and I saw a golden light glowing from him. He was smiling and he had seemed so divine. I could never understand why I had this experience. When I was seeing the visions, from 1996, I began to understand this experience and all the other things that were happening after he was born. For example, I wanted to name him Suria (the sun or sun god) because according to my horoscope, the more I worship the sun, the better my future. So, I wanted my son to have the Hindu sun god’s name so that it will be as if I am calling the sun god every time when I call my son. However, according to his horoscope, his name should start with either Gyana (knowledge) or Yoga (meditation). I chose Yoga and so he was named Yogasuria. When he was around 2 years old, I was introduced to the Brahma Kumaris. One BK believe is that BKs, who leave their body, will take birth in families where they will influence to bring the family member(s) into the Confluence Age.

Until this day, I have not told my son about all these visions and experiences about him because I wanted him to grow up as a normal child and have a normal life. When it is time for him to play a role on the world stage with me and when it is time for him to know, he will know (even if I do not tell him anything). He has finished his Diploma in IT and is now doing a Degree in Computer Networks. Recently, I formed the view that I should only tell him after he finishes his degree. I do not want to distract him from his studies. His father may also not like it, especially since he is financing my son’s education.

I never knew that my son was playing the role of Devavrata/Bhishma. I had written an article on Bhishma (around 2009/2010), but I had never posted it for others to read because it has not got completed. Now that I understand the role of Bhishma better, I will be posting that later on when I have the time to complete it. Since I did not know that he was playing the role of Devavrata/Bhishma, I did not realise that my keeping my son away (from the Brahma Kumaris etc) had been represented in the Mahabharat story through ‘Ganga taking Devavrata away and keeping him with her until he grows up’.

From the time when my son was 4 years, I had begun taking him to the BK centers (especially in the early morning hours). I used to wake up around 2.00 am and leave home by 3 am so that I can reach the BK center by 3.30am for the early morning meditation. My son would wake up before me and he would be waiting for me to get up, so that he can go to the BK center with me. In the BK center, I used to sit on the floor in front (near the gaddi where a BK will be conducting meditation by giving everyone dhristhi). My son would be just watching what that person was doing. Then, one day, my son got up and he began to act like as if he was also giving dhristi to all the BKs (one by one). So, I decided that I should not take him to the BK center because he may be distracting the others. So I told him that if he stayed at home, while I went to the BK center, I would buy back sweets for him. So, after waking up, he would just keep lying there (seeing me get up and walk off). On my way back, from the BK center, I would buy sweets or toys for him because he allowed me to go alone. Through this way, I kept him away from the BK center. Then, I stopped going regularly to the BK center. So, it is as if I (Ganga) have kept him away. However, I did not connect this to the Bhishma story until recently (when I was writing this article).

In the Sumerian myths, during the battle between Horon (the Egyptian god Horus) and Satu (the Egyptian god Set), Satu hits Horon with a poisoned dart. Asta (Isis) calls out to Ningishzidda to help. So, Ningishzidda arrives to safe Horon for Asta/Isis. Ningishzidda removes the poison from Horon. Horon is said to have returned from the dead because of this. Ningishzidda also gave Horon an aircraft which Horon used while he defeated Satu. Satu was left blinded and unable to produce an heir. This means that Satu’s (Set’s) role for this Cycle of Time has come to an end. The above story represented:

1. that a Copper Aged battle did take place where Ningishzidda helped the one who was not using Marduk’s practices involving Set (Satu). Yet, the practices of Set continued because Satu remained alive, etc.

2. that there are some poisonous attitudes in some of the Confluence Aged souls which will be removed by the end. God also plays the role of Ningishzidda, through his instruments, for bringing the deity souls back from the dead and to give the souls flight while they are battling the vices (Satu).

3. that when my son begins to play his role, it will bring an end to my role (as the False Prophet) when those who are to walk into the Golden Age are ready.

Asta/Isis also represented a role which I use now when I allow my past births (represented by Osiris) to play their immortal roles in the afterlife. Horon/Horus represents those who walk into the Golden Age and who take their next birth there. Since I am also involved with this, Asta/Isis was portrayed as assisting Horon/Horus to defeat Satu/Set. This means that I will be only using the Confluence Aged roles, finally. My Copper Aged roles will come to an end. Since Set was worshipped by those who wanted to play an immortal role in the afterlife, the role of Set will also come to an end. In the Copper Age, Marduk developed the practices for using Set. My subsequent past births (as Ramses II and Nebuchadnezzar II) were using the practices developed by Marduk so as to play a role in the afterlife. Since the past births are used for the role of the False Prophet, this role will also come to an end. It should be noted that my past births can only emerge, and remain in the emerged state, if I am in the Confluence Aged subtle region called Brahmapuri. Once I go into the Confluence Aged Shankerpuri and Vishnupuri, they cannot emerge (nor can they remain in an emerged state). At the end, all Confluence Aged souls who belong to the most powerful 900,000 gathering (for world transformation) will be in Shankerpuri. Since I will also be in that gathering, how can my past births come into an emerged state.

During the Copper Age, through the déjà vu, time slips etc, Enki, Ningishzidda and many others knew that Ningishzidda was my son during his last birth in the Cycle of Time. Since being a son at the end was crucial to Enki’s and Ningishzidda’s roles (at the end), Ningishzidda was portrayed as Enki’s son (in the myths). During the Copper Age, the queen of Atlantis was portrayed as a man (e.g. as Ningishzidda and Bhishma) because:

1. it was the immortal soul who plays these roles.

2. of the change in tradition which gives importance to ‘men’.

Since importance was given to the Queen of Atlantis, she was portrayed as a man so as to help change the tradition to one where importance is given to the men and not to the women. The Anunnaki gave the new Mankind (of the second half cycle) everything that they needed. So, they also began to give more importance to ‘men’ because it has to be like that during the second half cycle. Another reason why more importance began to be given to the ‘men’ was because Enlil was playing the man’s role while Enki was playing the woman’s role. The burning of the woman/wife upon the death of the man/husband was also a further development to remove Lemuria’s role in India. Burning of the woman/wife (in India) represented the removal of the woman’s role (which the ruler of Lemuria was using as per the joint rule agreement in India). Even Buddhism was discontinued in India as a way of showing that Lemuria’s influence is being removed from India. Enki was playing a role as a Buddha while he began the practices for meditation, which Gautama Buddha later used for starting his religion. Even the worship of Shanker was stopped in North India because it was Enki who was seen as playing the role of Shanker in Mount Kailash when he was meditating there. The vices in the men were also making them prefer to give importance to men. So, it was easy to change the tradition so that importance is given to men and not to the women. These were some reasons why men began to play a more dominating role in India, from the Copper Age.

Even in the Sumerian tradition, only men could command. However, Inanna was portrayed as refusing to accept her status. So she was portrayed as plotting to gain political power. Inanna was portrayed in this way because Inanna is a role played at the end (now) when women are given more importance through the Confluence Age. The women are lifted through the Confluence Age. The role of Inanna, as it is used now (at the end) will be remembered during the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages through the deja vus, time slips etc. In the Copper Age, the people were influenced by what she had done at the end of the previous cycle. Thus, it was as if she was ruling in the Copper Age.

The tradition in the first half cycle was that it was the queen who rules even though the King is number 1. This means that whatever the queen decrees will be accepted and used by the king while ruling the kingdom. This tradition was still used by those who had walked out of the Silver Age. So, it was the Queen of Atlantis who was to have world rule. This was why, even though Utu was given the number 20, it was Ningishzidda who gave importance to the number 20 in the Mayan culture. Whenever something has to be linked to Ningishzidda, the number 20 was used. The Maya number system was also a ‘base twenty system’. Counting in 20s (e.g. 4 score instead of 80) may have had it’s influence in the European countries since 20 was the number of the King (Utu) who was ruling over those lands. However, the number 20 may not have been significantly used in the European countries as it was in the Mayan culture.

Mahabharat means the “Great Bharath”. Bharath represents:

1. King Bharath (the ruler of Bharath)

2. the whole world during the first half cycle and during the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages

3. the first kingdom called Bharath in the Golden Age (which included the lands in Russia etc.)

4. India (After the joint rule agreement between Bharath and Lemuria, India was seen as Bharath; even though India included the lands of Bharath and Lemuria.)

Mahabharata means the “Great Bharatas”. The Bharatas are the descendants of King Bharath. God can be seen as playing the role of King Bharath during the Confluence Age. His descendants are the people in the Confluence Age. Bharata also means “the people of Bharath”. Originally, the people were all Bharatas (in the first half cycle). These Bharatas walked out of the Silver Age. Then, in the Copper Age, the people got divided up into different clans and this has also been reflected in the Mahabharat story through the different clans etc.

The Mahabharat story is about the heirs to the throne in Bharath (the whole world in the Golden Age and in the Copper Age); though India was being used as a stage for this story. During the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages, the royalty (collectively) decided that it was the King of Bharath who was worthy to rule Bharat (the whole world) when the King of Lemuria lost his city-state. Later, the rulers of Atlantis were seen as being the most worthy to rule because their city-state was not being threatened badly by destructive events like how the others were. In the Copper Age, after Dwarka was built, the city-state of Bharath was actually not what it was during the first half cycle. Thus, it can be seen as ‘gone’ even though the lands (upon which it stood) still remained and something was placed there as a substitute. Dwarka was seen as replacing it after the agreement, between Bharath and Lemuria, to have joint rule in India. There were even problems faced for keeping the original city-state of Dwarka. But it had seemed like as if the city-state of Atlantis will remain. Atlantis was completely lost because of the battle between the Enlilites and the Enkites.  

During the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages, Enlil’s son (Ninurta) and Enki’s son (Marduk) wanted to rule. So, they were portrayed as the Pandava (Enlilite) and the Kaurava (Enkite) in the Mahabharat story. Since they wanted to rule, emphasis began to be given to ‘rule based on birth’ instead of ‘rule by those who are worthy to rule’. This was happening as per the World Drama (TIME) because though World Rule goes to the westerners, by the end, it will be as if they are there to serve (like how Bhishma does in the Mahabharata) until the deity souls regain world rule. World rule can only be truly enjoyed in the first half cycle. World Rule cannot be enjoyed in the second half cycle because of the existence of the vices in the second half cycle. Thus, in the second half cycle, rule is by the people for the people. The people, in the second half cycle, are also influenced by (or are using) what was handed down by the deity souls, during the Confluence of the Silver and Copper Ages. The civilizations/kingdoms, that were established by the Anunnaki, were also supposed to be ruled, by the mortals, on behalf of the Anunnaki. Many civilizations/kingdoms were also set up to make sure that no-one gets world rule in the second half cycle. In a way, this was for the good of the people in the second half cycle.

In the Mahabharata, Devavrata/Bhishma could not become the ruler of Hastinapur (which represented the world) because Satyavati’s son had to become the ruler. Satyavati means Truthful, Truth or True. She represents ‘Truth’ in the World Drama. The poor lower class woman (Satyavati) represented how ‘Truth’ and the deity souls will be in a fallen state, by the end of the cycle. The descendants of ‘Truth’ (the deity souls) will finally rule in the first half cycle. In the Mahabharata, Satyavati’s father made sure that Satyavati’s child ruled after Santanu. Thus, Bhishma was not allowed to rule, as he should be ruling. This  represented:

1. that Time (the World Drama) will make sure that those who are represented by Bhishma will not have complete world rule, in the second half cycle. This is why even though the Christians are like world rulers, now, they are not really world rulers.

2. that God and Time (the Subtle World Drama) will make sure that the descendants of the Pandavas take over rule, at the end.

These are supposed to happen, as per the World Drama. This was why it was portrayed, in the Mahabharata, that Satyavati’s horoscope foretold that her son would rule. However, it was portrayed that her father was acting as he was fated to do because the story also reflected what was happening in the Copper Age. The Copper Age will no longer have a worthy ruler (from the divine kingdom of the first half cycle). Bhishma was considered as the last surviving ruler from the Silver Age and he will never be able to provide a divine heir for the Copper Aged world. What happens through the Confluence Age is not ‘Fate’. It is Destiny or it is happening as per the ‘World Drama’ (the story of TIME).

Bhishma was also portrayed as taking the oath that he will never have an heir who can claim the throne, in the Mahabharat story, because my son’s children will not become a ruler in the Kingdom of Bharath (the first kingdom in the Golden Age). In the Copper Age, Bhishma’s children will also never become the heirs to the throne in India, or in the first kingdom called Bharath, because he is the ruler of Atlantis. Ningishzidda’s gene was also not used to create heirs who will carry his gene into the next cycle. Thus, he will never have heirs in Bharath (the new world). It is Enki’s gene which will be taken into the next cycle. This also represented that God’s gene will be taken into the Golden Age. However, God does not have a gene. So, the Copper Aged Enki’s gene was used to represent God’s gene (since he was seen as being used by God during the Copper Age).

In the Mahabharath story, it was the gene of Vyasa (Satyavati’s eldest son) which was passed into those who rule in Hastinapur. Dhritarashtra, Pandu and Vidur were Vyasa’s children. Pandu and Dhritarashtra became rulers; while Vidur became Prime Minister. All this represented how Enki’s gene was being introduced to those who will rule, in the Copper Age, because Enki was actually supposed to be the ‘ruler’; even though it was only through the woman’s role. The story was created in this way because it was also meant to reflect that, as per the World Drama (TIME), Enki’s gene was meant to get carried down until it goes into the next cycle. This was also a reason why Enki’s gene was introduced into many of the people who were genetically modified to form various races/clans. The Pandavas are the Confluence Aged people (at the end) who will be using bodies that have these specially modified genes in them so that they can do service and spiritual effort-making well. Dhritarashtra represents the rulers from the Copper Age until the end who are not ‘Confluence Aged’ nor clever. Pandu was the created one who became unhealthy. Vidur represents the intelligent people who were created in the Copper Age (through genetic engineering experiments) so that they can assist with ‘rule’ etc in an intelligent manner. This represents that 3 kinds of people were created for ‘ruling’ purposes. These traits in them have brought the world to the state which it is in.

Vyasa actually represents God. However, in the Copper Age, Vyasa also represented Enki and the others who were seen as being used by God to get the scriptures written. In the Mahabharata, Vyasa was portrayed as the son of Satyavati because importance was being given to:

1. the woman’s role in the Confluence Age,  

2. the woman’s gene (since the rulers of Lemuria were playing the woman’s role and since Enki’s gene was used to signify that importance is being given to the woman’s role)

3. the women’s role for ruling purposes in the first half cycle and before it was changed to give importance to the men.

The women were up-lifted through the Confluence Age. So the women will have an important role to play, when ruling, during the first half cycle. This was continued in the Copper Age until it was changed.

Hastinapur represented Bharat (the whole world). Thus, the story was portraying that the women were given importance in the whole world. This was one reason why there was the view that the Queen of Atlantis (Ningishzidda) was worthy to have world rule or control over the whole world (Bharath). However, since the King of Atlantis (Utu) was flowing along with Enlil, Atlantis was associated to Enlil (by those who began to give importance to the male instead of to the female).

Bhishma was also portrayed as taking an oath not to have any children because the descendants of the westerners (those in the line of Abraham) will not be walking into the divine Golden Aged World. It is only the descendants of the Pandavas who will walk into the divine Golden Aged world. This means that it is only the deity souls who can live in the first half cycle.

In the Golden Age, Bharath was the richest kingdom. The second richest kingdom was Lemuria. The third richest was Mu. Atlantis was not as wealthy as the other three. However, in the Copper Age, Lemuria became the wealthiest. Then, even Atlantis became a very wealthy kingdom because of the gold that was found in the southern areas of Atlantis. This was also a reason why more importance was given to the Queen of Atlantis. The southern part of Atlantis was her domain.

Om Shanti


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