xii. History - Compared

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.

History - Compared

(posted on 21-12-2012)

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 ‘first world’ – ‘Beginning’; Hopi first world destroyed through the sinking of lands and through separation of lands during major earthquakes; second world – Prior Times; second world destroyed by freezing; hole in the ozone layer  due to usage of Freezers; attempts to close the hole in the sky failed; third world destroyed by Great Flood; third world - Olden Times; gambling in the myths; Great Spirit Masauu; fourth world is as per the Holographic Underworld; Fifth world has begun; punished by the Great Spirit Massau’u)

I am making a comparison between what the Hopi are saying and what I have been saying so that I can easily explain the Hopi Prophecy of the Two Brothers.

The Hopi say that the Creator had made the first world in perfect balance. They say that in the first world, the people spoke one language. Based on my experiences and through using the Confluence Aged knowledge, I know that this first world actually represents the divine world in the first half cycle. This divine world got created by God, at the end of the previous cycle. In the Sumerian myths, this time (when the Golden Aged world was brought in) has been referred to as the Beginning. What is enjoyed in the first half cycle is the fruit of what had happened in the Confluence Age. So, the Confluence Age and the first half cycle can (together) be categorised as the first world.

The Hopi say that the humans, of the first world, had turned away from moral and spiritual principles. They are said to have misused their spiritual powers for selfish purposes. They are not supposed to have followed nature’s rules. As a result, the world was destroyed through the sinking of lands and through separation of lands during major earthquakes. The Hopi say that only a handful survived. The Hopi say that the peaceful people, of the first world, came into the second world (after the first world was destroyed). From my experiences etc, I know that this represented the time at the end of the Silver Age when the divine world was lost. It is only at the end of the Silver Age that the people, of the divine world, will misbehave. The minute a vice is entertained, they lose their divine world. Enlil had entertained the vice of lust. So everyone had lost their divine world; and they were all now capable of using the vices. In the physical world, it takes some time for them to lose the perfect world (which they had in the Silver Age). It is only after they began using the vices that the destructive events began to take place. Only a few were involved with taking care of what was happening. So, only those few were seen as having come into the second world. This second world is the new world, created at the beginning of the Copper Age, based on what exists in the second Holographic Universe that came into existence. This period (of the second world) can roughly be categorised into the period which has been referred to as the Prior Times, in the Sumerian myths.

The Hopi say that the people of the second world repeated the mistakes. The Hopi say that as a result of the mistakes of these people, in the second world, the world was destroyed by freezing; and that this period is now being referred to as the great Ice Age. In my explanations (on the historical events) I have explained how, after having walked out of the Silver Age, the people had used Freezers to bring down the water levels. Enki (as Kubera) was sent to the Himalayan Mountains to take care of the Freezers that were situated world-wide. It is this same ‘freezing’ event which the Hopi are talking about.

After Dwarka was first built as a place to have joint rule from (by Bharath and Lemuria), a hole in the ozone layer (in the atmosphere or sky) began to appear, due to the usage of the Freezers. So, freezing the world (through these Freezers) had begun the destructive process for the second time. The people had  tried to do something, to close the hole in the sky, while continuing to use the Freezers. All their attempts to close the hole in the sky had failed. These attempts had only brought about more destructive events, which can also be connected to the ‘freezing’ because those attempts were taken so that the Freezers can be continued to be used. When the attempts to close the hole in the sky had failed, the Freezers were shut down. So, the ice began to melt. As a result of the melting, huge blocks of ice began to break off and they began to drop from the mountains etc. All these can actually be considered as part of the destruction through ‘freezing’.

It is only recently, as I was preparing to explain the Hopi Prophecy, that I read about what the Hopi were saying in respect of the ancient Ice Age. When I was reading it, I saw the similarities to what I had said earlier. So, I began to think that God is Great because it is God who is guiding me; and this similarity shows that I am being guided properly.

The Hopi say that the survivors from the second world (which got destroyed through freezing) were brought into the third world. The Hopi say that the third world was destroyed by the Great Flood. I refer to this Great Flood as the Copper Aged Great Flood.

The Anunnaki had spent a lot of their time in this third world, while they were in the Middle East area. This third world comes within the Olden Times, in the Sumerian myths. The Hopi say that, as in the previous worlds, the people spoke one language in the third world. Actually, the people were using only language from the beginning of the Golden Age. They did not change this until they went into the Hopi fourth world (after the Copper Aged Great Flood).

The Hopi also say that the people, in the third world, had invented many machines and conveniences using the advanced sciences. Some of these machines have still not been invented, now. I have also spoken of how the ancient people had used advanced sciences (which were discontinued later). A lot of those scientific knowledge have still not been re-discovered, as yet.

After the Freezers were shut, it took some time for the ice and ice blocks to melt. This is why the Hopi say that the third world had lasted a long time. The blocks of ice that had broken off and fallen, were continuing to do damage even during the Copper Aged Great Flood. Ice blocks were also continuing to fall down from the Himalayan Mountains for some time. This was why ice blocks were portrayed as falling down from the Himalayan Mountains, in the Hindu scriptures. The destructive events, through the falling ice blocks, can be seen as bringing about the end of both (the second and the third worlds). Anyway, while the ice was melting, the Anunnaki were building extensively before the flood waters rose (because of the melting ice). It can be said that they were building in the world which the Hopi are referring to as the third world. The Anunnaki were living a drama-like life-style. So, they were making sure that the stage was right before the Great Flood takes place. It was supposed to be like how it was at the end; and they were wondering if history was repeating so as to bring in the Golden Aged world. But it did not.

The Hopi say that the people, in the third world, had spiritual powers which they had used beneficially. This, in my opinion, was referring to how the Copper Aged people had developed the worship systems, etc.

The Hopi say that the people of the third world gradually turned away from natural laws and pursued only material things. Then, they only gambled while they ridiculed spiritual principles. They were ridiculing each other’s believes. For example, Marduk did not think too highly of Ningishzidda’s ideas for worship etc. The ‘gambling’ which the Hopi are referring to should be compared to how Yudhisthira and the Kauravas were portrayed as gambling before the Pandavas lost their kingdom as a result of that gambling. In the Sumerian myths, the rulers were portrayed as drawing lots to see who becomes the leader etc. Drawing lots is actually a form of gambling. For example, in the First Sumerian Tablet Translation by Zecharia Sitchin, one will find that after the decision was made to have the joint rule agreement (between the north and the south) they drew lots and based on that they allowed the North to play the leading role. Even in the Fourth Sumerian Tablet Translation by Zecharia Sitchin, after Anu comes to earth, lots are drawn (by Anu, Enlil and Enki) to see who gets control over what. Actually, it is Anu who says that they should draw lots. Anu represents God. Even in the Mahabharata, Yudhisthira (who got involved with gambling) actually represents God. This does not mean that God was involved with gambling, in the Copper Age or at any other time. It represents that those who were seen as playing God’s role on earth (as instruments in the Copper Age) got involved with gambling. It represents that drawing lots was originally seen as a game, just as God sees everything that happens on earth as the games of the children. The ancient people lived life like as if it was a game. However, when the vices began to emerge and influence them, the game (involving gambling) began to have bad consequences. So, we have a very bad opinion of gambling.

The Hopi say that no one stopped the wrongful ways of the people, in the third world. So, the world was destroyed by the great flood. The Hopi say that only small groups had survived this Flood. In the first half cycle, there were many people living outside the city-states and villages. I am not sure if they all survived the destructive events in the Copper Age. Attempts could only be easily made to safe the groups of people who were living in the city-states and villages. In the Golden Age, these villages were small kingdoms within the bigger 4 kingdoms of Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis. The city-states were the bigger kingdoms within the 4 kingdoms. The rulers in the city-states were the ruler of the 4 kingdoms and they were also world rulers. For convenience, so that people do not get confused as to which kingdom I am referring to, I only use the word ‘kingdom’ for the 4 kingdoms of Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis. I use the word city-states and villages while I refer to all the kingdoms within these 4 kingdoms.

The Hopi say that those who escaped the Flood came into our present fourth world. They say that the Great Spirit Masauu had given different languages and sent everyone into the four corners of the world, in the fourth world; while he was also instructing the people to take care of everything that were in the fourth world. All these are also similar to what has been portrayed in the Sumerian myths, except that Enki and Enlil are playing this role there.

The Hopi portray the fourth world as the Complete World because the Anunnaki had provided whatever was needed for the second half cycle. The Caretaker of this fourth world is the Great Spirit Masau’u who is similar to Enki etc. It should be noted that the ruler of Atlantis (Ningishzidda) was supposed to be taking over from Enki. Thus, in America, he played the roles that were played by Enki and Enlil elsewhere. Thus, the Great Spirit Masau’u was actually played by Ningishzidda though it also represents God, etc.

The Hopi say that the fourth world is different, from the previous three worlds, because it was not blocked by waters and ice. In my previous articles, I have explained how the Great Flood, that took place at the end of the previous cycle, had never subsided until the Ice Age. The Ice Age removed the flood that had still existed at the end of the Silver Age. Then, through warming down the earth (through shutting down the freezers) the ice were melted. So, the Copper Aged Great Flood took place. Then, the ice began to form again at the north and south poles. This had naturally removed the flood. So, it had seemed like as if we were no longer exposed to the flood and the ice.

The Hopi say that the people were well provided for, in the earlier 3 worlds, because the world had not completely transformed into the Underworld as yet. Everything was in the process of getting changed from the divine world into the Underworld, based on what was exists in the Holographic Underworld.

The Hopi say that, unlike the earlier worlds, the fourth world was harsh (with mountains, deserts, violent weather, marshes, etc). All these are there in the Subtle Underworld (in the Holographic Universe of the Underworld) because it has to exist in the second half cycle. So, it exists in the fourth world. This means that the world only began to look like our world, after the Copper Aged Great Flood. The Hopi say that the fourth world is ending and that the Fifth World has already begun because the new Golden Aged world is in the process of being created through the Confluence Age.

The Hopi say that at the end of each prior world, human life was purified or punished by the Great Spirit Massau’u because of the existence of corruption, greed, etc and because the people had turned away from the Great Spirit's teachings. Since the people at the end of the Silver Age were trying to re-create the Golden Aged world at that time itself, they believed that they were being purified and punished as it had happened at the end of the previous cycle. They also believed this because of the time slips, memories etc which they were experiencing at that time. However, Enki began to know that they were not successful and so he began to correct the believe-system (though many had not accepted it because they were hoping that they could succeed). Further, believes were being introduced for the worship-systems to make sure that people continue behaving well. To put fear into people through the threat of ‘punishment’ is a way of keeping them under control. Further, in the Copper Age, when the people’s behaviour was bad, the Anunnaki (Enlil) took decisions to wipe out the bad ones. This was done to keep the world pure.

Om Shanti


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