Ancient Indian History- Pt 2: Nahusha,Yati,Yayati

Ancient Indian History- Pt 2: Nahusha, Yati, Asur Aryans, Deva Aryans, Sukadeva Goswami, Yayati and his 5 sons

(posted on 18-April-2014) 

Written by Brahma Kumari Pari, LL.B (Hons)(Lon), LL.M, Currently doing her Doctorate in Indian Legal History.

{Includes a discussion on Nahusha falling from heaven; the Confluence Aged aspect of Parikshit; the Confluence Aged aspect of Bharata and the Bharatas; Stone Age; worship to the Mother Goddess; Yayati’s 4 younger brothers (rulers of Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis of Anunna generation); Devayānī - Asur Aryans, Śarmiṣṭhā - Deva Aryans, demon king called Vrishaparva - Enlil; Yadu – scientists; Turvasu - ruler of Mu; Druhyu - ruler of Atlantis; Puru - ruler of Bharath; Anu - ruler of Lemuria; division into races; Anus - Enkites; Deva Plan; Indra’s wife; Naga Kshatriyas; spiritual Sun Dynasty (illuminati); spiritual Moon Dynasty (Confluence Aged souls); heavenly Sun Dynasty and Moon Dynasty; corporeal Sun Dynasty and Moon Dynasty; Daksha; Aditi; Vivaswat; Manu; Pururavas -  first king of the mortal Lunar Dynasty; conflicts from Mesolithic Age; Nahua race around Atlantis to Aridoamerica to Mesoamerica; Chichimeca; Vikings; prabhoh - powerful quantum force or Quantum God; False Ego - higher self; lower self – used by birth role; from activities in the brain - scientists know the decision which we are going to make even before we (as the lower self) make the decision; explanation on quotes from the Srimad Bhagavatam or Bhagavata Purana; Amar Katha; Vatika - Vyasa’s wife; Maya - Illusion; parrot - Shuka; last 7 days of Parikshit - 7 year Tribulation period in the Biblical myth - last 7 manvantaras of the Hindu cycle}


Nahusha represents the immortal Naga role. This Naga role begins in the Confluence Age, at the end of the previous cycle. Then, it continues in the Mid-Confluence. Then, it will continue at the end of the cycle, again. In this way it continues in an immortal manner. I have begun a discussion on Nahusha at:

Reptilians

Though Nahusha begins in the Confluence Age, Nahusha was often used to reflect what had happened during the Mid-Confluence:

1. before worship was introduced to the Mid-Confluence Aged people (through the role of Yati).

2. before the people were divided up into groups and, later, into races (through the role of Yayati).

Since the Naga role connects the end of the previous cycle to the Mid-Confluence, the Mid-Confluence Aged Nagas remembered what had happened at the end of the previous cycle. They got to know that the Mid-Confluence will get connected to the end of the cycle. They got to know that they had to re-create what had existed during the second half cycle, of the previous cycle. They also got to know that they had to prepare the people for the end of the cycle because they will be settling for all their wrongs on Judgement Day. Thus, Nahusha was portrayed as having sons. The roles of these sons were used when they were doing what had to be done for the second half cycle.

In the Hindu myth ‘Nahusha falling from heaven’ also represents how the Mid-Confluence Aged gods lost their soul-conscious stage, during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, Nahusha’s sons had to play a role on earth, in the corporeal way. While relating this history, I will be quoting from the Srimad Bhagavatham.

In the Srimad Bhagavatham, Śukadeva Gosvāmī often relates the Mid-Confluence Aged history to King Parīkṣit. Parīkṣit is the descendant of the Bharatas, in the Puru Dynasty. The Bharatas of the Puru Dynasty were those people who were Confluence Aged souls, at the end of the previous cycle. Bharata also represents God playing His Confluence Aged role, at the end of the cycle. Thus, the Confluence Aged souls are His descendants, i.e. the Bharatas. During the end phase of each Confluence Age, they listen to what I say as I relate the Mid-Confluence Aged history. Thus, Śukadeva Gosvāmī was portrayed as relating the Mid-Confluence Aged history to Parīkṣit. During the Mid-Confluence, Puru represented the ruler of Bharath (the first Kingdom). In the myth, Puru was the son of Yayati who got world rule from Yayati.

In the Srimad Bhagavatam[i], the following has been said about Nahusha and his sons:

Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: O King Parīkṣit, as the embodied soul has six senses, King Nahuṣa had six sons, named Yati, Yayāti, Saṁyāti, Āyati, Viyati and Kṛti.

King Nahusha’s 6 sons have been associated to the embodied soul’s 6 senses because these 6 sons represented roles based on the 6 senses. Yati represented using the 6th sense through meditation. The other 5 sons of Nahusha represented those who used the other 5 senses, while taking care of what was happening in the physical world.

Nahusha’s son, Yati, was the role for meditation and the establishment of religions. This was why he was associated to the 6th sense. Through using the role of Yati, the Mid-Confluence Aged rulers were:

1. meditating, so as to guide the people for what has to be done for the second half cycle,

2. creating religions, for the second half cycle, so that the people will remain on the virtuous path.

When the Mid-Confluence Aged people began to worship God, around the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, the role of Yati began to be used. Through the role of Yati, religions were also introduced to the people for the second half cycle. For example, from the Paleolithic Age (Old Stone Age), worship to the Mother Goddess was introduced to the Stone Aged people. These worship practices were meant to be for those who lived in the Underworld (the second half cycle). These worship practices were for:

1. helping them to understand and appreciate the climatic changes that were taking place on earth.

2. asking God to give a better earth for them to live in and for food etc which is provided by the earth.

3. helping them to have children through sex since they were now finding it difficult to have children through the power of yoga.

4. helping to put them on the righteous path so that they will not have much to settle, on Judgement Day, at the end.

5. helping them to join their mother goddess, at the end of the cycle, so that they can go back with God to the Soul World.

During the Paleolithic Age, the Vedic path was also introduced to the Aryans who were involved with the New Creation that was being established from Brahmavarta. These Aryans were not in the Paleolithic Age (Stone Age) because only those who were living in the underworld were in the Stone Age.

The Stone Age was actually meant for the people who do not take any births in the Golden and Silver Ages, of the first half cycle. Since it was the Stone Age, stones were widely used during that time. From the Stone Age, they went into the Copper Age where Copper was widely used. Then, they went into the Iron Age, where Iron was widely used. This will be discussed further, in later articles. The Aryans were people who had taken births in the Golden Age and/or in the Silver Age, of the first half cycle. During the Mid-Confluence, the Aryans were considered as continuing to live in the divine world while the non-Aryans lived in the Stone Age.

The Aryans joined the Iron Aged people, of the underworld, in the Vedic Civilization which existed after the Indus Valley Civilization. This reflected how the Mid-Confluence Aged gods (Asur Aryans) will exist along with the Kaliyug people, at the end of the cycle. Then, the Bharatas (Confluence Aged souls) play a significant role for creating the new world. All this was also reflected through the Asur Aryans playing a role first, during the Mid-Confluence. Around the end of the Mid-Confluence, the path was paved to make sure that the Bharatas of the Puru Dyansty had rule. In the Vedic Civilization, after the Indus Valley Civilization, the worship practices for the Mother Goddess were combined into the Vedic Religion because:

1. at the end of the cycle, the Asur Aryans combine what has been left behind in the Underworld to the Confluence Aged knowledge (as I am doing now).

2. even the descendants of the Aryans had become mortals. So a new religion was being established for them, through the role of Yati. Later, the role of Yati was also used while the Mid-Confluence Aged gods began to play the role of the Adi Buddha.

In the Srimad Bhagavatam[ii], it has been said,

When one enters the post of king or head of the government, one cannot understand the meaning of self-realization. Knowing this, Yati, the eldest son of Nahuṣa, did not accept the power to rule, although it was offered by his father.

World rule was supposed to go to Yati from Nahusha because Yati was the eldest son of Nahusha. However, Yati did not want to become the ruler because he wanted to go on the ascetic path. Thus, Nahusha’s second son, Yayati, became the next world emperor. Yayati was the role for establishing tribes or dynasties on earth.

Yayati can be said to be the role that was used by the kings of Lemuria because they were involved with the new creation. Yati can be said to be the role that was used by the rulers of Bharath because their specialty was composing the Veda. It was the rulers of Bharath who were, originally, playing the main role for world rule in the first half cycle. Thus, they should have continued to enjoy this better role, for world rule, during the Mid-Confluence. However, the World Drama was such that the Lemurian kings (Yayati) had to play a more significant role, during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, Yayati was portrayed as getting world rule instead of Yati. Even at the end of the cycle, the Confluence Aged souls (Yati) are supposed to have world rule. However, it is those who play the role of Yayati (based on what I am saying) who will help to establish the New Golden Aged Civilization (even though it is the BKs who are involved with spiritually transforming the world into the Golden Aged world).

In the Srimad Bhagavatam[iii], it has been said,

King Yayāti had four younger brothers, whom he allowed to rule the four directions. Yayāti himself married Devayānī, the daughter of Śukrācārya, and Śarmiṣṭhā, the daughter of Vṛṣaparvā, and ruled the entire earth.

The four brothers who ruled in the four directions represented the rulers who ruled in the 4 kingdoms of Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis. It was as if Yayati had control over all of them because the role of Yayati involved creating what was to exist in the second half cycle. Yayati was said to have married his 2 wives and ruled the entire earth because his 2 wives represented the people who were getting things done for the whole world, during the Mid-Confluence, through 2 roles (the Asur Aryan role and the Deva Aryan role). In the myths, the people who were used were often portrayed as one’s wife because, during the Confluence Age, the people who God uses are considered to be His wives.

The Aryans were the people of the first half cycle. At the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, they began to know that they had to use the Asur Aryan and Deva Aryan roles. The Asur Aryan role was for the New Creation that was to exist from the Paleolithic Age. The Deva Aryan role was supposed to be for continuing to take care of the divine Aryan civilization. The rulers began to use the role of Yayati, for world rule, as the Aryans got divided up into these 2 Aryan groups. Thus, Yayati was supposed to have married his 2 wives and ruled the world.

During the time of the division of the Aryans, the rulers were involved with worship to God. However, they had not established worship practices until a later time. Thus, it was as if the role of Yayati was used, instead of Yati, for world rule.

Devayani, the first wife of Yayati, was the daughter of Sage Sukracharya. Sukracharya was the son of Bhrigu and he was also the guru of the Asuras. All these reflect that this first wife was the role of the Asur Aryans. The rulers of Lemuria played the leading role as the Asur Aryans. The rulers of Bharath played the leading role as the Deva Aryans. In the joint rule agreement between Bharath and Lemuria, the rulers of Lemuria played the role of the Brahmins and the rulers of Bharath played the role of the king/kshatriya. Thus, Devayani was portrayed as the daughter of the Sage and the second wife was portrayed as the daughter of the king.

The second wife of Yayati, Sarmishtha, was the daughter of a demon king called Vrishaparva. The second wife represented the role of the Deva Aryans. Her father, King Vrishaparva, was portrayed as a demon king because the Deva Aryans had begun to get involved with what has to be done for the Underworld. They had begun playing the role of the Asur Aryans. Playing the role of the Asur Aryan was like killing off one’s own role as a Deva Aryan.

The two wives of Yayati had 5 sons: Yadu, Turvasu, Druhyu, Anu and Puru. The sons of Yayati played a role with Yayati too. Yadu represented the scientists. Turvasu represented the ruler of Mu. Druhyu represented the ruler of Atlantis. Puru represented the ruler of Bharath. Anu represented the ruler of Lemuria. Yadu was the first to be used by Yayati. Thus, he was portrayed as the eldest son.

Yayati and his four brothers were used, in the myth, so as to give emphasis to the role of the Anunna rulers (Enki’s father and the other Anunna rulers of his generation). The 5 sons of Yayati were used, in the myth, so as to give emphasis to the role of the Anunnaki of Enki’s generation. Despite this, Enki’s generation were portrayed as the children of the Anunna rulers. Thus, Enki’s father was playing the role of Anu (an instrument of God). However, he was not acting alone. He and the other rulers of the 4 kingdoms acted together. So in the Sumerian myths, Anu refers to all of them when they played a role for what Enki’s father has to do.

After the Tower of Babel incidence, which took place after the Copper Aged Great Flood, the people had to be divided up into different races all over the world. The sons of Yayati, their descendants and their people (as the Anus) were involved with dividing the people up into the various races on earth. The Anus have been referred the as the Enkites in the Sumerian myths. Though Enki was also a descendant of Anu, he was playing a role as one of the Bharatas of the Puru Dynasty. Sometimes, he was playing the role of the god who supported the Bharatas of the Puru Dynasty. In the scriptures[iv] Druhyu, Anu and Puru were grouped together as the children of Sarmishtha because they (the Anunnaki rulers of Bharath, Lemuria and Atlantis) were playing a significant role in India as the Bharatas of the Puru Dynasty. Sometimes, they were playing the role of the gods who supported the Bharatas of the Puru Dynasty.

Though the people had begun dividing themselves up into the 5 tribes of Yayati’s sons; the people after the Copper Aged Great Flood were still seen as the Asur Aryans and as the Deva Aryans because the role of the gods had not come to an end as yet. What was happening, after the Copper Aged Great Flood, was also reflected through the 2 wives of Yayati since the 2 wives of Yayati were associated to the demons.

The following words from the Srimad Bhagavatam[v] provides the history of the Asur Aryans and Deva Aryans, after the Copper Aged Great Flood. The following words portray that the Asur Aryans (Devayani) and the Deva Aryans (Sarmishtha) were good friends until they began to battle with each other. Sarmistha putting on the dress of Devayani, as portrayed below, reflects how the Deva Aryans took over the role of the Asur Aryans. The words “Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Supersoul, the supreme purifier, the husband of the goddess of fortune” in SB 9.18.12-14 (see below) referred to Enlil, the ruler of Bharath, who was used as a chariot by God during the previous Confluence Age. Thus, he was continued to be seen as a chariot of God in the Mid-Confluence. The Srimad Bhagavatam was written after worship to Vishnu was begun. Thus, Vishnu (‘husband of the goddess of fortune’) was portrayed as God in this verse. During the Mid-Confluence, the people placed their hands together in front of the rulers. The Asur Aryans (and Bhrigu) were actually the rulers of Lemuria who were playing the role of the gods. When worship to Vishnu was begun, the Mid-Confluence Aged gods were also seen as Vishnu. Thus, they were also worshiped when the people were worshipping God/Vishnu. The Mid-Confluence Aged gods were also seen as Vishnu so as to make sure that the plan of the devas, which they have left behind for the people to continue executing, gets executed. This Deva Plan was for sustenance of the world until the end of the cycle. This was why worship to Vishnu was begun, at the end of the Vedic Age. Thus, in SB 9.18.12-14, Devayani states that they were worshipped by even the “Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Supersoul, the supreme purifier, the husband of the goddess of fortune” and she also states “We are among the qualified brāhmaṇas, who are accepted as the face of the Supreme Personality of Godhead”. Śukadeva Gosvāmī narrates the Mid-Confluence Aged history as follows:

"SB 9.18.6-7  Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: One day Vṛṣaparvā’s daughter Śarmiṣṭhā, who was innocent but angry by nature, was walking with Devayānī, the daughter of Śukrācārya, and with thousands of friends, in the palace garden. The garden was full of lotuses and trees of flowers and fruits and was inhabited by sweetly singing birds and bumble bees.

SB 9.18.8  When the young, lotus-eyed girls came to the bank of a reservoir of water, they wanted to enjoy by bathing. Thus they left their clothing on the bank and began sporting, throwing water on one another.

SB 9.18.9  While sporting in the water, the girls suddenly saw Lord Śiva passing by, seated on the back of his bull with his wife, Pārvatī. Ashamed because they were naked, the girls quickly got out of the water and covered themselves with their garments.

SB 9.18.10  Śarmiṣṭhā unknowingly put Devayānī’s dress on her own body, thus angering Devayānī, who then spoke as follows.

SB 9.18.11  Oh, just see the activities of this servant-maid Śarmiṣṭhā! Disregarding all etiquette, she has put on my dress, just like a dog snatching clarified butter meant for use in a sacrifice.

SB 9.18.12-14  We are among the qualified brāhmaṇas, who are accepted as the face of the Supreme Personality of Godhead. The brāhmaṇas have created the entire universe by their austerity, and they always keep the Absolute Truth within the core of their hearts. They have directed the path of good fortune, the path of Vedic civilization, and because they are the only worshipable objects within this world, they are offered prayers and worshiped even by the great demigods, the directors of the various planets, and even by the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the Supersoul, the supreme purifier, the husband of the goddess of fortune. And we are even more respectable because we are in the dynasty of Bhṛgu. Yet although this woman’s father, being among the demons, is our disciple, she has put on my dress, exactly like a śūdra taking charge of Vedic knowledge.

SB 9.18.15  Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: When thus rebuked in cruel words, Śarmiṣṭhā was very angry. Breathing heavily like a serpent and biting her lower lip with her teeth, she spoke to the daughter of Śukrācārya as follows.

SB 9.18.16  You beggar, since you don’t understand your position, why should you unnecessarily talk so much? Don’t all of you wait at our house, depending on us for your livelihood like crows?

SB 9.18.17  Using such unkind words, Śarmiṣṭhā rebuked Devayānī, the daughter of Śukrācārya. In anger, she took away Devayānī’s garments and threw Devayānī into a well.

SB 9.18.18  After throwing Devayānī into the well, Śarmiṣṭhā went home. Meanwhile, King Yayāti, while engaged in a hunting excursion, went to the well to drink water and by chance saw Devayānī.

SB 9.18.19  Seeing Devayānī naked in the well, King Yayāti immediately gave her his upper cloth. Being very kind to her, he caught her hand with his own and lifted her out.

SB 9.18.20-21  With words saturated with love and affection, Devayānī said to King Yayāti: O great hero, O King, conqueror of the cities of your enemies, by accepting my hand you have accepted me as your married wife. Let me not be touched by others, for our relationship as husband and wife has been made possible by providence, not by any human being.

SB 9.18.22  Because of falling in the well, I met you. Indeed, this has been arranged by providence…"

Originally, though the Aryans had got divided up into 2 Aryan clans, they had remained as a united Aryan clan. They had continued to remain united when the Deva Aryans had joined the Asur Aryans for the New Creation. This was reflected through Devayani and Sarmistha being good friends; and through Sarmistha going with Devayani, as her servant, after Devayani married Yayati. Since the Asur Aryans were destined to play the role for the New Creation, Yayati was portrayed as meeting and saving Devayani, as per the World Drama. When the Asur Aryans were involved with the New Creation, they were considered as being involved in a ‘sacrifice’ just as the Confluence Aged people were involved in a ‘sacrifice’ at the end of the previous cycle. Thus, Devayani was portrayed as saying that the Deva Aryans were like the “dog snatching clarified butter meant for use in a sacrifice”. The words reflected the wrong which the Deva Aryans were doing as they were trying to take over the role of the Asur Aryans.

The Sanskrit word Devayani means “in respect of the Deva”. At the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, the rulers began to play the role of god Brahma because they had to get the New Creation created. For this plan of creating the New World, they began to see themselves as the “deva”. So they were referred to as the “deva” in the scriptures that got written. They did not refer to themselves as ‘deva’ in the first half cycle. Thus, Devayani means “in respect of the Deva plan”. The first wife was named “Devayani” so as to reflect that the Asur Aryans were the authority that was involved with creating the New Corporeal World with determination to succeed, from the beginning of the Mid-Confluence. Thus, the New Mankind was supposed to be the descendants of the Asur Aryans and not the descendants of the Deva Aryans. This was why, in the Sumerian myths, it was portrayed that the descendants of Enki were used to begin the civilizations that were created by the Anunnaki. Enlil and the Enlilites were supposed to help the Enkites but they took over. This was reflected through Sarmishtha having children too. The words in the Srimad Bhagavatam, below, relates how the Deva Aryans were actually meant to assist the Asur Aryans, like a servant. Sarmishtha was portrayed as a friend and servant of Devayani because the Deva Aryans were supposed to be assisting the Asur Aryans in what was to be done by the Asur Aryans for the Underworld. However, the Deva Aryans began to have children of their own in the New Mankind that was being created, for the second half cycle. This meant that they were taking over, or began to share, the role of Devayani as has been portrayed through the words below:

"SB 9.18.23  Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued: Because such a marriage is not sanctioned by regular scriptures, King Yayāti did not like it, but because it was arranged by providence and because he was attracted by Devayānī’s beauty, he accepted her request.

SB 9.18.24  Thereafter, when the learned King returned to his palace, Devayānī returned home crying and told her father, Śukrācārya, about all that had happened because of Śarmiṣṭhā. She told how she had been thrown into the well but was saved by the King.

SB 9.18.25  As Śukrācārya listened to what had happened to Devayānī, his mind was very much aggrieved. Condemning the profession of priesthood and praising the profession of uñcha-vṛtti [collecting grains from the fields], he left home with his daughter.

SB 9.18.26  King Vṛṣaparvā understood that Śukrācārya was coming to chastise or curse him. Consequently, before Śukrācārya came to his house, Vṛṣaparvā went out and fell down in the street at the feet of his guru and satisfied him, checking his wrath.

SB 9.18.27  The powerful Śukrācārya was angry for a few moments, but upon being satisfied he said to Vṛṣaparvā: My dear King, kindly fulfill the desire of Devayānī, for she is my daughter and in this world I cannot give her up or neglect her.

SB 9.18.28  After hearing Śukrācārya’s request, Vṛṣaparvā agreed to fulfill Devayānī’s desire, and he awaited her words. Devayānī then expressed her desire as follows: “Whenever I marry by the order of my father, my friend Śarmiṣṭhā must go with me as my maidservant, along with her friends.”

SB 9.18.29  Vṛṣaparvā wisely thought that Śukrācārya’s displeasure would bring danger and that his pleasure would bring material gain. Therefore he carried out Śukrācārya’s order and served him like a slave. He gave his daughter Śarmiṣṭhā to Devayānī, and Śarmiṣṭhā served Devayānī like a slave, along with thousands of other women.

SB 9.18.30  When Śukrācārya gave Devayānī in marriage to Yayāti, he had Śarmiṣṭhā go with her, but he warned the King, “My dear King, never allow this girl Śarmiṣṭhā to lie with you in your bed.”

SB 9.18.31  O King Parīkṣit, upon seeing Devayānī with a nice son, Śarmiṣṭhā once approached King Yayāti at the appropriate time for conception. In a secluded place, she requested the King, the husband of her friend Devayānī, to enable her to have a son also.

SB 9.18.32  When Princess Śarmiṣṭhā begged King Yayāti for a son, the King was certainly aware of the principles of religion, and therefore he agreed to fulfill her desire. Although he remembered the warning of Śukrācārya, he thought of this union as the desire of the Supreme, and thus he had sex with Śarmiṣṭhā.

SB 9.18.33  Devayānī gave birth to Yadu and Turvasu, and Śarmiṣṭhā gave birth to Druhyu, Anu and Pūru."

Then, the Srimad Bhagavatam relates how Sukracharya cursed Yayati to become an old man. It was only Puru who was willing to exchange his youth with his father. This reflected how the role of Yayati was actually using the powers that were, originally, held by the rulers of Bharath because Puru was a role that was used by the rulers of Bharath. The role of Yayati was used by the Asur Aryans to create new races, for the second half cycle. They had taken over the leading role among the World Rulers, so as to establish the New Creation for the second half cycle. This leading role was, originally, used by the rulers of Bharath.

The Asur Aryans were involved with creating the new people for the new world. Since children are born through sex, they were portrayed as using sex to create the new people of the new races. This has also been reflected in the words below:

SB 9.18.45  Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: In this way, O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, the son named Pūru was very pleased to accept the old age of his father, Yayāti, who took the youth of his son and enjoyed this material world as he required.

SB 9.18.46  Thereafter, King Yayāti became the ruler of the entire world, consisting of seven islands, and ruled the citizens exactly like a father. Because he had taken the youth of his son, his senses were unimpaired, and he enjoyed as much material happiness as he desired.

SB 9.18.47  In secluded places, engaging her mind, words, body and various paraphernalia, Devayānī, the dear wife of Mahārāja Yayāti, always brought her husband the greatest possible transcendental bliss.

Yayati’s lustful ways was also reflecting that his role was significantly used after the Copper Aged Great Flood when the rulers were showing signs of being influenced by the vices. Around this time, Enlil/Puru was playing a significant role. This was also why Yayati was portrayed as using the youth of Puru for the New Creation.

Yayati was also portrayed as becoming the world emperor instead of Yati because the rulers and their descendants were showing signs of being influenced by the vices, after the Copper Aged Great Flood. So the people involved with creating the various races, after the Copper Aged Great Flood, began to give more importance to status (instead of giving more importance to religion). Even ‘Nahusha’ was used to reflect what was happening after the Copper Aged Great Flood. For example, in the Srimad Bhagavatam[vi], it has been said:

Because Nahuṣa, the father of Yayāti, molested Indra’s wife, Śacī, who then complained to Agastya and other brāhmaṇas, these saintly brāhmaṇas cursed Nahuṣa to fall from the heavenly planets and be degraded to the status of a python. Consequently, Yayāti became the king.

Indra was, originally, God’s role in the Confluence Age. At the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, the people appreciated what God had done, as Indra, during the previous Confluence Age. However, with time, Enlil began to play the role of Indra during the Mid-Confluence. The above quote reflects this time, from around the Copper Aged Great Flood, when Enlil wanted to use the influential deity souls after he became Indra (the leader of the gods). These deity souls were God’s wives, during the previous Confluence Age. Thus, they were portrayed as Indra’s wife, in this myth. Enlil was trying to use these deity souls to play a role in the Underworld. He did this based on memories of how these souls were doing Confluence Aged service, at the end of the previous cycle. These souls were even involved with Confluence Aged service in the Kaliyug world (during the previous Confluence Age) when He was used by God/Indra as a chariot. During the Mid-Confluence, Enlil was trying to play a role in the Underworld because he was influenced by the vices. If he had not been influenced by the vices, he would have remained in the heavenly Aryan civilization. When he began to play a role for the New Creation of the second half cycle, Nahusha was no longer the Nahusha who lived in heaven. It was as if he fell from heaven to earth. Further, the Asur Aryans had also brought about the fall of Nahusha, from heaven to earth, through a new plan where Nagas became Naga Kshatriyas so as to take care of the New Creation, from around the Copper Aged Great Flood. Thus, it was as if Nahusha dropped from heaven to earth to live among these Nagas on earth. Agastya and other brāhmaṇas” were roles that were used by the Asur Aryans. When the deity souls had complained to the Asur Aryans, about the state of world affairs, the Naga Kshatriya clan was created so as to help take care of world affairs. The deity souls had complained to the Asur Aryans because the Asur Aryans were involved with world affairs for the second half cycle. Thus, one had to revert to the Asur Aryans, if it involved world affairs. Enlil/Nahusha was given an authoritative role with the Nagas and the Naga Kshatriyas through Ningishzidda (who was a Naga god). Through Ningishzidda (the ruler of Atlantis), the Nagas became the people of Nahusha. Thus, Nahusha began to live among the Nagas, on earth. Nahusha represented both, Enlil and Ningishzidda (with Ningishzidda playing a role on behalf of Enlil).

There were Nagas from the beginning of the Mid-Confluence. It can be said that even the rulers, from the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, were Nagas because they were remembering something or the other of what had happened during the previous Confluence Age; since the Mid-Confluence is connected to the previous Confluence Age. However, some remembered a lot of what had happened in the previous Confluence Age. Others did not remember much. Many were already using the Naga role by the time the Naga Kshatriya clan was created. However, previously, the Naga role was not a Kshatriya role. Some of the Nagas became Kshatriyas from the time when Nahusha had fallen onto earth. Nahusha was a ruler. A ruler, on earth, is a Kshatriya. Nahusha had also become a snake upon falling. All this was reflecting the time when some of the Nagas became Kshatriyas.

Nahusha was portrayed as falling from heaven to live as a Naga on earth because this had happened from the beginning of the Mid-Confluence. At the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, the Nahushas (world rulers) had begun falling onto earth as they were losing their divine soul-conscious stage. However, it was after the Copper Aged Great Flood that the Anunnaki had really begun ‘falling’ as they were getting influenced by the vices.

The Naga Kshatriyas were used by the Nahushas (the world rulers), on earth, when Enlil began to play a significant role on the world stage. Thus, it was as if the Naga Kshatriya clan was only established after the corporeal Lunar Dynasty was established; and it was as if the role of Nahusha began to be used after many other roles had begun to be used, in the Mid-Confluence. Thus, in the Mahabharata[vii], it has been stated,

“Daksha begat Aditi, and Aditi begat Vivaswat, and Vivaswat begat Manu, and Manu begat Ha and Ha begat Pururavas. And Pururavas begat Ayus, and Ayus begat Nahusha, and Nahusha begat Yayati.”

All the above roles began to be used from the beginning of the Mid-Confluence. However, some were only used significantly, later on.

As reflected in the above quote, the ancestry of Mankind begins from Daksha. In the Hindu myths, Daksha was portrayed as the son of Brahma because Daksha was a ‘creator role’. In Sanskrit, Daksh means ‘the skilled one’. Daksha referred to those people who were using skills for the New Creation.

In the above quote, Aditi is the daughter of Daksha. However, Wilkins[viii] has said,

“In the account of the Creation given in the Rig-Veda, Aditi is said to have sprung from Daksha, and in the same verse Daksha is called her son”.

If Aditi and Daksha represented 2 people, they cannot be each other’s child. However, Aditi and Daksha were roles and many used these roles. Sometimes, the parent may have been using the role of Daksha and his child may have been using the role of Aditi. At other times, the child may have been using the role of Daksha and the parent may have been using the role of Aditi. Thus, Daksha and Aditi could have been the parent or the child of the other. So, sometimes, Daksha was portrayed as the parent of Aditi. At other times, Aditi was portrayed as the parent of Daksha.

Aditi was the role that was used to create the Aditya sun gods, etc. Aditya means ‘sons of Aditi’. Aditi was the feminine form of Brahma. Since men cannot give birth, a woman’s role was used to reflect the birth of the new creation. The Mid-Confluence Aged people needed women (Aditi) and the skills (Daksh) to get the new creation created. Since Aditi and Daksha were just roles, it does not really matter if Daksha was the son of Aditi or if Aditi was the daughter of Daksha. It can be just a matter of which angle one is seeing the roles from. I have already begun an explanation on how the sun gods (adityas) were created in:

Part 1 - Creation of the Sun Dynasty and Manu

At the beginning of the Mid-Confluence, the people began to realize that the Aryans were divided into 2 spiritual Dynasties: Sun Dynasty and Moon Dynasty. The Asur Aryans belonged to the spiritual Sun Dynasty because they will be playing a role with God, at the end of each cycle, as the Sun Dynasty or Illuminati (as I am doing now). The role of the Sun Dynasty was for the ‘walking into heaven process’. The Deva Aryans belonged to the spiritual Moon Dynasty because they play an important role in the Brahma Kumaris, during each Confluence Age, so as to become like the moon that reflects God’s energies into the world for world transformation. Through their Confluence Aged spiritual effort-making and service, the heavenly Sun Dynasty (of the Golden Age) and the heavenly Moon Dynasty (of the Silver Age) get created. I have begun a discussion on this in my other articles.

From the beginning of the Mid- Confluence, it was the Sun Dynasty that was supposed to play a significant role for the second half cycle. Thus, the sun gods were created through Aditi. The sun gods (Adityas) were playing a significant role before the Copper Aged Great Flood. Then, they began using the role of Manu and they began creating the corporeal Solar Dynasties, after the Copper Aged Great Flood.

In the above quote, Manu was said to be the son of Vivaswat because the role of Vivaswat was used before the role of Vaivasvata Manu. Vivaswat, who is also referred to as Vivasvan, is the sun god. This reflects that it was the Sun Dynasty who was involved with what was being done through Vaivasvata Manu. I have begun a discussion on Vivasvan at:

1. Manu (on Rotation), Manvantara, Ayodhya and the Scythians

2. Part 1 - Creation of the Sun Dynasty and Manu

Many Manus were used to create city-states world-wide, after the Copper Aged Great Flood. These Manus had been given different names in the different civilizations. Vaivasvata Manu was the king of the human civilization that was developed in India. This Manu role was used significantly, after the Copper Aged Great Flood, for the 7th Manvantara. The one who was used as Manu in Egypt was called Mene (or Mena) in the Egyptian culture. Mena/Mene was the first ruler in Egypt. I have discussed Manu in many of my articles, though I have not finished the discussion.

The corporeal Sun Dynasty and the corporeal Moon Dynasty, in India, were the descendants of Manu. The corporeal Sun Dynasty was created before the corporeal Moon Dynasty was created. The corporeal Moon Dynasty got created as the souls/people were getting spiritually weaker.

In India, Iskvaku was the founder of the corporeal Solar Dynasty. Iskvaku was the descendant of Vivasvan (the sun god) and Manu. It was not just the corporeal sun dynasty which was created, during the Mid-Confluence. The corporeal Moon Dynasty was also created. Then, many races had also been created through the corporeal Lunar Dynasty roles of Yadu, Turvasu, Druhyu, Anu and Puru. These dynasties were created after Enlil began to play a significant role for the creation of new civilizations on earth. Thus, they were referred to as Lunar Dynasties.

Both the Sun Dynasty and the Moon Dynasty share the same ancestry from Daksha to Manu because all these roles were used to create the New Mankind of the second half cycle. The fact that the Sun Dynasty and the Moon Dynasty share the same ancestry reflects that the rulers and their descendants were acting in a united manner, originally. The Anunnaki began to get divided up around the time of the Copper Aged Great Flood. Thus, Manu’s descendants were portrayed as getting divided up into the Solar and Lunar Dynasties, after the Copper Aged Great Flood.

In the above quote, Manu’s descendants (through Ha/Ila and Pururavas) are the descendants in the corporeal Lunar Dynasty. Pururavas was the first king of the corporeal Lunar Dynasty. The lineage from Ha/Ila and Pururavas to Yayati reflects that Yayati and his sons were playing a role as members of the Moon Dynasty. They were portrayed as belonging to the Lunar Dynasty because the races which were created by Yayati’s sons were established during the time when Enlil began to play a significant role on the world stage. Thus, while Yayati’s 2 wives reflected the roles of the Asur Aryans and the Deva Aryans; Yayati and his sons reflected the role of the Moon Dynasty. They were also portrayed as the descendants of the Lunar Dynasty because, originally, it was the rulers of Bharath who had the leading role as the world rulers. Enlil, who was the leader in the Moon Dynasty of the previous Confluence Age, was a ruler of Bharath. Thus, the creation of the roles of Nahusha and Yayati were portrayed as being from the Moon Dynasty. However, the roles of Nahusha and Yayati were used over a long period of time; and they were only used significantly after the Sun Dynasty had begun to play a leading role during the Mid-Confluence. This was why the Lunar Dynasty was also portrayed as a descendant of the sun god, Vivasvan. It was also portrayed in this way because the people of the Moon Dynasty were doing something which the people of the Sun Dynasty were supposed to be doing. This is similar to how Sarmistha had also become a wife of Yayati and had children of her own.

After the corporeal Moon Dynasty was created, the Deva Aryans were playing a significant role (on earth) worldwide. The souls, within the Deva Aryans, were in a spiritually weaker state. So they were like mortals. This was also a reason why the Deva Aryans were portrayed as Nahusha, the descendant of Pururavas in the Lunar Dynasty. Through this, indications were left of the spiritual stage of the souls as they were playing their roles during the Mid-Confluence.

As a result of what Enlil was doing, the Naga Kshatriya clan was created. This took away some of the powers of Enlil because ‘power’ was slowly being distributed among the many Naga Kshatriyas and the Naga gods, world-wide. This reflected that Nahusha had fallen onto earth (as a snake) to live among the snakes. These Nagas were the people who Enlil, through Ningishzidda (as Nahusha), was using for world rule on earth. Thus, the Naga Kshatriya clan was portrayed as the descendants of the Lunar Dynasty, through Nahusha. They were also portrayed as the descendants of the Lunar Dynasty because Enlil was playing a significant role on earth, when the Naga Kshatriyas were created.

After Enlil began to play a significant role for the Underworld, the Tower of Babel incidence took place. Thus, the descendants of Yayati began the division of the people into many races. Each race was given a different language, culture etc so that the anaryans will find it difficult to remain united. The different languages, cultures etc would only create confusion and conflicts, among the anaryans, if they tried to unite.

After the Tower of Babel incidence, many of the Nagas had also been transformed into races. The Nahua race, in the lands around Atlantis, was one among these. However, the Nagas had also begun to play a significant role world-wide (as many different races were being created). Enlil had also begun creating sun dynasties and moon dynasties through using the Naga Kshatriyas. With time, many of the Naga Kshatriyas began to misbehave. Thus, it was as if the fallen Nahusha was living among the snakes that were crawling on the earth.

Conflicts were taking place from the time of the Mesolithic Age (Late Stone Age). The Mesolithic Age existed after the Palaeolithic Age (Old Stone Age). When people misbehaved, they were sent to faraway places. For example, the people who misbehaved in Atlantis (around America) were sent to the Aridoamerica area. These people, in Aridoamerica, became the Chichimeca. They were the nomadic, uncivilized or barbaric people. Later, when the Naga Kshatriyas were being exterminated (by Parasuram) and when the Naga races were to be transformed into non-Naga races, many of the Nagas had been sent to Lanka (from India) and to Aridoamerica (from around America and Atlantis). Aridoamerica is in south-western United States and around northern Mexico.

Around the end of the Mid-Confluence, the Nagas were being transformed into various races through the role of Yayati. There were so many people world-wide who were playing the role of the Nagas. So the project for transforming all these people into races was a world affair. For this reason too, Yayati was portrayed as having world rule after Nahusha.

Mesoamerica is in Central America (including central and southern Mexico, etc). It is on the isthmus which connects North America and South America. The fact that the Naga people were, originally, used for world rule must have influenced some of the Nahua people, in Aridoamerica, to migrate to Mesoamerica. This is similar to how the Vikings who were originally used as the Sun Dynasty warriors, world-wide, had begun migrating away from the lands which they had been placed in. In a different article, I will discuss the Nagas who had been transformed into races, in Lanka, after having been sent there.

In the Srimad Bhagavatam[ix] it has been stated,

Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, Yayāti was very much attached to woman. In due course of time, however, when disgusted with sexual enjoyment and its bad effects, he renounced this way of life and narrated the following story to his beloved wife.

Then, in verse 23[x], it has been stated,

Yayāti enthroned his youngest son, Pūru, as the emperor of the entire world and the proprietor of all its riches, and he placed all the other sons, who were older than Pūru, under Pūru’s control.

The story which Yayati had narrated to Devayani, about the he-goat and she-goat, was his own life story reflecting how he had been lustful. Through this, the worshippers were being taught that one should not be lustful. The Srimad Bhagavatam was also composed so as to turn people onto the religious path, where lust was condemned. Actually, the real reason why Yayati was portrayed as being lustful was because his role involved creation of the people for the new races which were supposed to exist in the second half cycle. He was portrayed as renouncing his lustful ways, giving the kingdom over to Puru and going onto the spiritual path because:

1. the worshippers were being taught that, before the end of one’s life, one must transform and live a virtuous life.

2. the roles of the Asur Aryans and Deva Aryans were no longer as important as the roles of the descendants of Yadu, Turvasu, Druhyu, Anu and Puru.

3. around the end of the Mid-Confluence, emphasis began to be given to make sure that the Bharatas (of the Puru Dynasty) had rule in northern India.

4. the people involved with the role of Yayati were involved with meditation so as to understand what has to be done, as per the World Drama. Thus, they knew that it was time that the role of the Aryans came to an end. The Aryans were the people of the first half cycle.

5. it was time for the role of the Asur Aryans and Deva Aryans to come to an end.

6. all the people had already been divided into different groups, in different places, so that they can be transformed into the different races. If a group of people (for a specific race) have not been given a language and culture; then, plans were given, to the descendants, on the language and culture which has to be given to them so as to transform them into the relevant race. The descendants, of the sons of Yayati, had to only make sure that the Deva Plan was carried out.

Around the end of the Mid-Confluence, all the devas were trying to make sure that the Bharatas (in the Puru Dynasty) had control in northern India. In the first half cycle, world control was from northern India. Thus, the Purus (Bharatas) being given rule in northern India meant that they were being made the world rulers; though in reality, they may not have been world rulers because the people had already been divided up into the various races. Despite this, the devas had left behind a Deva Plan for the descendants to continue executing. The descendants of Yadu, Turvasu, Druhyu, Anu and Puru were supposed to carry out this Deva Plan. Thus, it was as if all the people, world-wide, were still under the control of the devas from northern India. Though the devas were dead; the belief was that they were watching and helping, from another realm, after death.

Originally, it was the Asur Aryans who were playing a significant role world-wide as the descendants of Anu. The Deva Aryans were supposed to be playing the role of the Bharatas (of the Puru Dynasty) in northern India, only. However, by the end of the Mid-Confluence, it was time for the Bharatas to play the leading role for world rule again. Thus, the role of the Asur Aryans was portrayed as being given up through the verses in the Srimad Bhagavatam (SB 9.19.26 to SB 9.19.28)[xi]. In verse 26 (SB 9.19.26)[xii] it has been said,

When Devayānī heard Mahārāja Yayāti’s story of the he-goat and she-goat, she understood that this story, which was presented as if a funny joke for entertainment between husband and wife, was intended to awaken her to her constitutional position.

The above means that, just as the role of Yayati was given up, Devayani’s role should also be given up because they are used together (like husband and wife). In verses 27 and 28 (SB 9.19.27 and SB 9.19.28)[xiii] it has been stated in sanskrit:

sā sannivāsaṁ suhṛdāṁ
 prapāyām iva gacchatām
vijñāyeśvara-tantrāṇāṁ
 māyā-viracitaṁ prabhoḥ

sarvatra saṅgam utsṛjya
 svapnaupamyena bhārgavī
kṛṣṇe manaḥ samāveśya
 vyadhunol liṅgam ātmanaḥ

The above Sanskrit verses are trying to explain that:

Devayani realized that the soul was like a tourist who went from one place to another as it was taking birth after birth, as per the World Drama. Thus, when one lives with friends and relatives, during a birth, it is as if one was in a hotel which the tourist lives in before going elsewhere. Everything that exists in this world is created by the maya (illusory or magical ability) of the powerful quantum force (Quantum God) based on what exists in the Subtle World Drama. So Bhargavi (Deyayani, the descendant of Bhrigu) gave up her association with the material world, like as if it was just a dream. She fixed her attention onto Krishna; and gave up her gross body and the False Ego of the soul.


The above translation, of verses 27 and 28, has been given by me based on my own experiences and understanding. I preferred to interpret ‘prabhoh’ as the ‘powerful quantum force’ which is a reference to the Quantum God. I have explained what ‘Quantum God’ and ‘Subtle World Drama’ mean, in my articles on the Holographic Universe.

The False Ego of the soul is the higher self of the soul. This False Ego or higher self includes the part of the soul where the World Drama is in. This False Ego influences the lower self (which is used by the birth role), to act as per the World Drama, via the brain. The energies in the World Drama, deep within the soul, are actually the energies of the soul. These energies, in the World Drama deep within the soul, influence the brain when it is time to make a decision as per the World Drama. The lower self is then influenced by the activities in the brain, so as to make a decision. Thus, during an experiment, if the scientists ask us to make a decision as to which button to press; from the activities in the brain, the scientists know the decision which we are going to make even before we (as the lower self) make the decision. They see the activities in the brain before we are influenced by the activities in the brain.

When Devayani gave up her False Ego, she was giving up the role of the higher self which she was using in that birth. During the Mid-Confluence, the Asur Aryans began using the higher self through meditation techniques. The Mid-Confluence Aged gods were involved with remaining in the consciousness of the higher self. This helped them to understand what exists in the World Drama, so that they can act in an appropriate manner for what has to be done on earth. The new races were also created based on what existed in the World Drama. The higher self is entangled with the Holographic Universe because the World Drama, which is deep within the soul, is entangled with the Subtle World Drama (in the Holographic Universe). Thus, when one is in the consciousness of being the higher self, one can also get information from the Subtle World Drama that exists in the Holographic Universe.

The higher self can be seen as a subtle body in visions. The higher self (False Ego) is like the god that is within us. However, it is not really God. Thus, it has been referred to as the ‘False Ego’. During the second half cycle, it can create the illusion (Maya) that we are God. This is a reason why, in the Biblical myths, it has been said that the False Prophet will play God in the Temple of Jerusalem.

The words, in the above quote, also reflect how worship to Vishnu was given importance, during the end phase of the Mid-Confluence. Before the Asur Aryans died, they had introduced worship to Vishnu so as to make sure that the descendants continue to carry out the Deva Plan (after the devas died). The role of Vishnu was for sustenance. It was to make sure that the people are sustained based on the plans that had been left behind by the devas.

The role of the Asur Aryans came to an end, when the last Asur god had died. Ningishzidda/Druhyu, the ruler of Atlantis, was the last Asur god to die (after Krishna was no more). Before they died, the Asur Aryans had made sure that there were scriptures which encouraged worship to Krishna.

It should be noted that the Hindu scriptures were also providing a religion for the Hindus. Thus, even in the above verse, something has been provided for worshipping Krishna.

The above verse also reflects what Hindu women should do when their husband leave them to go on the spiritual path. They are not supposed to be enjoying the material life, since their husbands are no longer enjoying the material life.

In this article, I have quoted a lot of what Śukadeva Gosvāmī had related in the Srimad Bhagavatam. While using these, I remembered a relevant experience which I had. Between 1996 and 2001, I was going daily to the BK center (in Malaysia) to hear the murlis. Once I had fallen asleep, for a short while, as I was hearing the murli. As I awoke, while the murli was still being read, I had the experience that I was Parvati who had fallen asleep while God Shiva was relating the Amar Katha to me. I was given the understanding that while I was asleep, the parrot was listening to the Amar Katha. This parrot was my past birth, Enki, who plays a role with God for the end. He had also played a role during the Mid-Confluence. This experience reminded me of the mythical versions where the parrot was born as Śukadeva Gosvāmī.

In the myths, Śukadeva Gosvāmī was a parrot who had lived during Krishna’s time. He was told to remain on earth, after Krishna was no more, so that he could relate the stories about Krishna. So this parrot had gone to Mount Kailash where Shiva was relating the Bhagavatam to Parvati.

The story, so far, reflects what had happened during the Mid-Confluence (from the time of Krishna until after Krishna was no more). The parrot represented my past birth, Enki. Enki and Ningishzidda (the ruler of Atlantis) were living in Mount Kailash, when Krishna was no more. While they were there, they recollected what was said by God Shiva to Parvati (during the previous Confluence Age). This began the composition of the Srimad Bhagavatam. They were also playing the role of god Shiva/Shankar, in Mount Kailash, because they were taking care of the whole world from there. The Deva Plan that was to be used, after they died, was continued to be created from there. This Deva Plan included composing more Hindu scriptures and putting the scriptures into a better written form. During the Paleolithic Age, the people were taught to draw on cave walls so as to leave messages for the end. Later, they wrote on the walls of the stone structures, which had been created. They were also given a culture that made sure that the messages were orally carried down, to the end of the cycle. After Krishna was no more, better writing methods were experimented upon and developed for getting the scriptures written. New scriptures such as the Srimad Bhagavatam were also being composed so that it can be used for the worship of Krishna. The people on the Vedic path were, originally, worshipping Indra and the other Vedic gods. Then, from the time of Krishna, worship was being changed from the Vedic gods to that of Shiva and Vishnu. Thereafter, the Hindus were supposed to worship Vishnu, Shiva and the Mother Goddess. Thus, in the myth, the parrot was portrayed as going from Krishna’s time to Mount Kailash where Shiva was narrating the Bhagavatam to Parvati. This myth was giving importance to Krishna, Shiva and the Mother Goddess (instead of to Indra who was a Vedic god).

The story of the parrot continues as follows:

When the parrot went to Kailash, Shiva was narrating the Amar Katha to Parvati. Anyone who hears the Amar Katha becomes an immortal. While Parvati was listening, she had said something or the other to acknowledge that she was hearing and to get Shiva to continue the narration. Then, she slept while listening to the Amar Katha. So the parrot had imitated her voice to get Shiva to continue the narration. When Shiva knew that Parvati was sleeping, He looked around to see who was listening and acknowledging. He realized that the parrot must have been listening to the Amar Katha.

This part of the story was a reflection of what was happening, in the Confluence Age, when I was listening to the murlis in the BK centers. Kailash represented the Confluence Aged subtle region.

The people in the first half cycle are in the immortal state because they are constantly in the soul-conscious stage (and so they know that they are the souls). During the Confluence Age, we listen to the Amar Katha (which is in the BK murlis) so that we can become the immortals who live in the first half cycle. During the time when I sleep, while listening to the murli, I am not listening to the Amar Katha. Despite this, the Amar Katha sinks into my sub-conscious mind (while I am sleeping). Thus, it can be said that my past birth was hearing it. When I was listening to the Amar Katha, I (the soul) was listening to it. Thus, even when I was listening to it, it can be said that both (my past birth and I) were listening to it because the same soul uses both birth-roles (his and mine). If his birth role was not in an emerged state, he would not be listening to what I am listening. However, since his birth role was in an emerged state, it was as if 2 birth-roles (his and mine) were listening to the Amar Katha. The soul is the higher self. The birth-role, which is used in a specific birth, is the lower self. Though my past birth is in an emerged state, he is actually in the division of the higher self while I (Pari) am in the division of the lower self. The World Drama is in the higher self. Thus, my past birth has access to it. As Pari, I do not have access to this World Drama. Thus, my higher self can relate history based on what exists in the World Drama deep within me (the soul); but I (Pari) cannot. Since my past birth was listening to the murlis, it will emerge as his memories when he begins to play a role during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, it is as if he has become an immortal through listening to the Amar Katha, during the Confluence Age. The parrot flying and coming to Kailash was also a representation that my past birth flew from the time of Krishna to emerge now, in the Confluence Aged subtle region.

The story of the parrot continues as follows:

Shiva realized that the parrot was hearing the Srimad Bhagavatam which He was narrating to Parvati. Shiva wanted to kill the parrot because an unqualified person should not hear the Bhagavatam. So the parrot flew and hid in the womb of Vatika, Vyasa’s wife.

An unqualified person was not supposed to hear the Bhagavatam because the anaryans were rejecting the Vedic scriptures that were being composed. So there can be disturbances. However, this part of the story was also portraying that no-one will be able to properly explain the history that has been left behind by the Mid-Confluence Aged people until now, when the memories of the Mid-Confluence Aged births and the BK knowledge are used so as to explain the history and spiritual knowledge. The parrot can only repeat what it had heard; thus, making a mockery of the message which was conveyed in the Srimad Bhagavatam. The message in the Bhagavatam was meant to be explained, after having got a proper understanding, at the end of the cycle. If a person hears the Srimad Bhagavatam and he does not understand the contents; he will not give a proper interpretation of it. He will only create more confusion in the world, through his narration and explanation.

The parrot hiding in the womb of Vatika represents how the birth-role of Enki was in a hidden state, within my soul, until it emerges to play its role again now. The Amar Katha, which is related during the Confluence Age, is to turn us into the immortal gods of the first half cycle. It was not meant to be used for what has to be done during the next Mid-Confluence. This was also why, in the myth, Shiva was portrayed as wanting to kill the parrot because an unqualified person had heard the Amar Katha. The parrot (birth-role) was supposed to die, at the end of its life. It was not supposed to live forever, as an immortal. This was also why Shiva was portrayed as wanting to kill the parrot.

The story of the parrot continues as follows:

When Shiva wanted to kill it, the parrot flew; and it reached the ashram of Vyasa where Vyasa was relating the Bhagavatam to his wife. The parrot flew into the mouth of Vyasa’s wife, Vatika. From her mouth, it went into her womb. Vyasa asked Shiva as to how He could kill the parrot since the parrot has become an immortal through hearing the Amar Katha. So Shiva stopped trying to kill the parrot and He returned to Kailash. The parrot stayed in the womb of Vatika for 16 years, as a child. Since his wife had to keep the child in the womb for so long, Vyasa asked him to take his birth. Śhukadeva refused to take his birth because there was Maya everywhere in the world. He was agreeable to take his birth if Krishna gives his word that there will not be any Maya, in the world, at the time of his birth. Therefore, Krishna removed Maya so that Śhukadeva can take his birth. Śhukadeva had run away into the forest, immediately after birth. Vyasa had gone in search of him because Śhukadeva was the only qualified person, in the world, who can be taught the Srimad Bhagavatam. If Śhukadeva was taught the Bhagavatam, he would be able to teach it to the entire world. So Vyasa was searching for him in the forest. Vyasa narrated a few verses of the Bhagavatam to his disciples and he told them to chant the verses loudly in the forest. He wanted Śhukadeva to hear the verses. When Śhukadeva heard the verses, he wanted to hear more. So he went back to the ashram of Vyasa where Vyasa taught him the Bhagavatam. Later, Śhukadeva Gosvāmī related the Bhagavatam to Parikshit.

This part of the story relates what happened at the end of the previous cycle. God is Vyasa, during the Confluence Age. All the Confluence Aged souls are His wives. Thus, I was portrayed as Vatika, the wife of Vyasa, in this myth.

The parrot represented a birth-role. This was why it was portrayed as remaining in the womb, of Vatika, for a long time. The womb represents the place in the soul where the birth-role remains in, when he is not living a life on earth. The person is supposed to die at end of his life, on earth. Upon death, the birth-role goes back into the division in the soul; and it will be as if it has been laid to rest there. It will not emerge again in the cycle of time. Thus, the birth-role cannot play an immortal role. However, Shiva could not kill the parrot because everything happens as per the World Drama. My past birth was meant to play an immortal role. This is why Vyasa asked Shiva how He was going to kill the parrot since the parrot cannot be killed as a result of having heard the Amar Katha.

Maya did not exist when Śhukadeva was born because he does not take a physical body of his own. ‘Maya’ involves the creation of the physical body by the quantum energies, as per the World Drama. No ‘Maya’ was used to create a physical body for Śhukadeva. The quantum energies can be in the form of matter or in the form of waves. Thus, there is an illusionary (Maya) aspect to the quantum energies. We are the souls, We are not the physical body. However, in the underworld (second half cycle), we are under the illusion (Maya) that we are the physical bodies. Śhukadeva was spared this illusion (Maya) too because he remained as the higher self (the soul). He did not become the lower self (as a birth role would).

Shuka, in Sanskrit means “parrot”. However, the parrot was no longer a parrot, upon birth, since it was born as Śhukadeva. This meant that it was now a qualified person to listen to the Bhagavatam, so as to explain it to others. The name Śhukadeva was a portrayal that the person, playing this role, was an immortal because he had heard the Amar Katha as a parrot at the end of each cycle.

After my past birth had emerged, it had remained within me, without playing a role for 16 years. It was portrayed as being in my womb because I could not play my role for the end until the spiritual strength of my soul was higher. So it was as if the role of Śhukadeva Gosvāmī was growing within me, until I began to use it from around 2010 or 2012.

I had been introduced to the Brahma Kumaris in 1994. However, I had only heard the first sakar murli in 1996. Until then, I was only reading avyakt murlis because I had only been introduced to avyakt murlis. I dared not come so early in the morning to hear the sakar murli. Further, I had not become a serious Confluence Aged spiritual effort maker until 1996. It was because I had decided to become a serious effort-maker that I began to get up around 2.30 or 3.00, every morning, so that I can be at the BK center for amrit vela before hearing the sakar murli. Thus, the past birth had only emerged in 1996 when I was first hearing the sakar murli. The parrot arriving in the ashram of Vyasa represented how my past birth had emerged when I was hearing the sakar murli, in the BK center. Vyasa was portrayed as asking Śhukadeva to take a birth because my past birth had to emerge to play his role, when I was hearing the sakar murli in the BK center.

It was from around the end of 2009 or in 2010 that I had seriously begun researching. This had, finally, lead me to play a role for explaining what had happened during the Mid-Confluence. By 2012, I had completely accepted this role. Before 2010, I was not happy to play this role. So I was often having conversations with God, to see if my role could be changed. By 2010, I began to flow along with the World Drama (though in a cautious manner). By 2012, I knew that nothing could go wrong through playing this role. Thus, I had become quite comfortable with playing this role.

Śhukadeva was portrayed as running into the forest after having been born because I was quite reluctant to play this role until around 2010-2012. Vyasa was portrayed as going in search of Śhukadeva and providing verses which attracted the attention of Śhukadeva because:

1. while I was researching from 2009/2010, God was giving me some explanations on the Mid-Confluence Aged history which had attracted my attention. The desire to understand more had made me slowly accept the role by 2012.

2. God had given me an understanding of the BK knowledge from 1994 through using the BKs. I liked the BK knowledge. So it had made me become a serious effort-maker in 1996. It was because I wanted to have a better understanding of the BK knowledge that I was willing to allow my past birth to play his role from around 2010-2012.

“Śhukadeva” is actually a role. I am also involved with playing this role because my body is being used to explain the Mid-Confluence Aged history. In the myth, the parrot was portrayed as having left his mistress and gone to Krishna. This was portraying how memories from my life had emerged during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, it was as if the parrot had flown from my time to Krishna’s time. My past birth was also playing the role of Krishna, when Enlil was alive (when he was doing something on behalf of Enlil). The parrot was thus portrayed as being attached to Krishna. Krishna was also used to represent God’s role during the Confluence Age. Thus, the parrot was portrayed as being attached to Krishna. The role of Krishna was no longer used when Enlil died. After Krishna was no more, the parrot had to remain on earth and could not leave with Krishna because:

1. the Śhukadeva role, of my soul, continues on earth during the Mid-Confluence; whereas God went back to the Soul World, after the Confluence Age. The role of the parrot was for what has to happen on earth. So it was portrayed as not going back to the Soul World with me, when I returned to the Soul World with God. When I come back into the next cycle, what had happened during the previous Confluence Age is the past. It should not emerge. However, since Śhukadeva is an immortal role, on earth. Memories from my birth, in the previous Confluence Age, had emerged.

2. the Confluence Aged memories were still influencing my past birth to get the Srimad Bhagavatam composed, after Krishna (Enlil, the ruler of Bharath) was no more, during the Mid-Confluence. The role of Śhukadeva was necessary for teaching Parikshit (in the Mid-Confluence and in the next Confluence Age).

Śhukadeva Gosvāmī is said to have narrated the Srimad Bhagavatam to Parikshit during the last 7 days of Parikshit. This represents how the role of the False Prophet will only be used at the end of the Confluence Age. The last 7 days represent:

1. the 7 year Tribulation period, in the Biblical myth. The False prophet creates the stage for this 7 year Tribulation period (as I am doing now).

2. the last 7 manvantaras of the Hindu cycle. I have begun an explanation on this, in my other articles, though I have not finished my explanations.

If the number 7 has been used in a myth; it represents that the myth is for God’s service which will be done at the end of the cycle.

Śhukadeva was the son of Vyasa. Vyasa represents God during the Confluence Age. Goswami was another name for God during the Confluence Age. Go means Veda or cow. Swami means Master. Thus, Goswami means “Master of the Veda” or “Master of the cows”. The cows represent the “Confluence Aged souls”. Thus, God is the Master of the cows, during the Confluence Age. God is the Master of the Veda because He gives us the Veda during the Confluence Age.  Goswami was the surname of Śhukadeva. God’s name was combined with the name of Śhukadeva because God and my past birth play a role together, at the end of each cycle as Śhukadeva Gosvāmī. However, the role of Śhukadeva Gosvāmī was also used around the end of the Mid-Confluence so as to get the Srimad Bhagavatam composed.

 


[i] Srimad Bhagavatam (Bhagavata Purana), Canto 9, Chapter 18, Verse 1 (SB 9.19.1); http://vedabase.com/en/sb/9/18/1

[ii] Srimad Bhagavatam (Bhagavata Purana), Canto 9, Chapter 18, Verse 2 (SB 9.19.2); http://vedabase.com/en/sb/9/18/2

[iii] SB 9.18.4

[iv] Mahabharata, Book 1: Adi Parva: Sambhava Parva, Section XCV; http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m01/m01096.htm

[vi] Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 9, Chapter 18, Verse 3 (SB 9.18.3)

[vii] Mahabharata, Book 1: Adi Parva: Sambhava Parva, Section XCV; http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/m01/m01096.htm

[viii] W.J. Wilkins. Hindu Mythology, Vedic and Puranic; Chapter IV (Aditi and the Adityas); pg 18 ; 1900; http://www.sacred-texts.com/hin/hmvp/hmvp08.htm

[ix] Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 9, Chapter 19, Verse 1 (SB 9.19.1); http://vedabase.com/en/sb/9/19

[x] Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 9, Chapter 19, Verse 23 (SB 9.19.23)

[xi] Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 9, Chapter 19, Verses 26 to 28

[xii] Srimad Bhagavatam (Bhagavata Purana), Canto 9, Chapter 19; http://vedabase.com/en/sb/9/19

[xiii] Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 9, Chapter 19, verses 27 and 28


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NB: in my end-notes, I do not use the word ‘ibid’ because:

1. I am not sure if everyone understands what it means. I am trying to keep these articles as simple as I possibly can so that more people will be able to understand it.

2. if I change the place of a paragraph within the article, I do not have to worry if the endnotes have to be changed.

To have a better understand of what has been said in this article, read all my articles. Begin by reading the first article which is numbered as No.1 at: Pari's List of articles. Then, re-read this article to have a better understanding.

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NB: All my articles are based on time moving in a cyclic manner, in the order as follows:

1. the divine world in the first half cycle: involving the Golden Age (Satyug) and then the Silver Age (Tetrayug). 

2. the Confluence between the Silver and Copper Ages: where the world transforms back into the ordinary state (after a vice was entertained). For convenience, I refer to this Confluence as the Mid-Confluence.

3. the ordinary world of the second half cycle: involving the Copper  Age (Dwapuryug) and then the Iron Age (Kaliyug).

4. the Confluence Age (at the end, now): through which the world is transformed back into the divine Golden Aged world.

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