Tuesday, July 16, 2013


The Rig Veda does not speak of an origin for the Aryans outside of India.  This can be explained, I think.  The later Aryans--descendants of Noah--of course came from north of the Himalayas.  The earliest Aryans were a darker-skinned people whose habitation of India goes back many millennia--perhaps all the way back to the Last Glacial Maximum or LGM for short (25,000 BC).  The LGM saw the transition from the descending Kali Yuga into the ascending Kali Yuga: which appears to be what we are in right now: the ascending Kali Yuga. 
It is said that the Rig Veda goes back into the Ice Age--13,000 BC and even earlier.  It finishes in the Treta Yuga--about 7400 BC, which was in the days of the Ramayana.  And this was nearly a millennium before the Mahabharata (in the Dwapara Yuga, which was in 5561 BC).

Monday, July 8, 2013

Kali Yuga Correlates to Genesis

Dr. Vartak, a Mahabharata scholar, states that the Kali Yuga began earlier than 3102 BC--he puts it as early as 4218 BC to 4597 BC.  The date of 4218 BC is close to the beginning of the transitional period into the descending Kali Yuga (3976 BC).  This in turn is close to 4004 BC, which may very well have been when Yahveh Elohim placed Adam and Eve in the garden in Eden.
And it is about 4000 BC when Sumeria experienced devastating flooding, known as the Flandrian Transgression.  This put an end to Ubaid culture--the Ubaids being pre-Adamite people.  Thus this was preparing the way for the Akkadian/Aryan people to arrive and establish a city called Babel in the plain of Shinar.  And it would be from these people--from the city of Ur--that Abram and Sarai would be called out by YHVH to Canaan.
Note that the descending Kali Yuga ended in 976 BC.  The transition period into the ascending Kali Yuga was from 976 BC to 676 BC.  What happened in this interval of time?  Why something major: the Assyrian captivity of the Northern Kingdom of Israel (the "Lost Ten Tribes of Israel")--in which God divorced the northern tribes.  This deportation included most of the Southern Kingdom of Judah.
Eventually captive Israel lost their identity.  Since then this has been the world's greatest secret.  And the Zionists want to keep this secret hidden.
The Babylonian Captivity of the Judahites (605 BC to 539 BC) occurred in the ascending Kali Yuga.  It was a dark time for God's Elect.  It was in these centuries (and for some time to come) that Scattered Israel (northern tribes) would be steeped in paganism until the light of the Gospel reached them in Europe in the 1st Century AD--by way of the Apostle Paul.  (Joseph of Arimathea was already in Britain at the time, teaching the Britons about The Way.) 

Sunday, July 7, 2013

Mahabharata and Days of Noah

It may be that the beginning of the Kali Yuga (3102 BC) is connected to the birth of Lamech (father of Noah)--which is said to have occurred in 3103 BC.  And then the flood of Noah happened later (circa 2400 BC or there about).  This would make allowance for Yahveh Elohim putting Adam in the garden in 4004 BC. 
The name "Lamech" may be a combination of the Hebrew prefix "le" (meaning "to" or "towards") and the Hebrew verb "muk" (meaning "low" or "depressed").  Thus "Lamech" most likely means: "towards a lowering" or "for a lowering"--the same way that "le" in "l'nephesh" (Genesis 2:7) means "for a living soul."
Then it could be said that the Kali Yuga--an age in which men would love evil (would love the things of this world more than the things of God)--began very near the birth of Lamech--whose birth signified the advent of this lowered age of darkness which we find ourselves in.  It's also interesting to note that Lamech lived to be 777 years old.  This too must be symbolic--of the perfection of Adamic man?  Well, we know that the bloodline from Adam to Noah was pure: the line through which Jesus Christ would come was pure.
According to Mahabharata scholar Vartak the Kali Yuga is not mentioned at all in the Mahabharat epic.  In the poem it is noted that the time was approaching Kali, that the 18 day war of Kurukshetra (Northern India) took place in the evening of Dwapara Yuga, the yuga preceding the Kali Yuga.  (Apparently it goes like this: 1) Satya Yuga (golden age), 2) Treta Yuga (silver age), 3) Dwapara Yuga (bronze age) and 4) Kali Yuga (dark age).)
It is said that each yuga lasts 3,000 years and that the last 300 years of each is a transitional period.  A yuga cycle lasts 24,000 years--with the first 12,000 years descending from the Satya Yuga to the Kali Yuga--and with the last 12,000 years ascending from another (adjacent) ascending Kali Yuga to the Satya Yuga (again).  The current yuga cycle began in 12676 BC, when the earth was still in a major ice age (though the ice had begun to thaw).
According to this model the flood of Atlantis occurred in the transitional period of the descending Satya Yuga--that is the Atlantis flood occurred circa 9600 BC--76 years before the (descending) Treta Yuga began.  And according to this model we are in the ascending Kali Yuga, which will end in 2025 CE. 
According to this model the Mahabharata War (5561 BC) occurred 1,115 years after the beginning of the (descending) Dwapara Yuga.  And 5561 BC was 1,885 years before the end of this descending Dwapara Yuga. 
The Atlantis flood occurred within the descending Satya Yuga, and the Mahabharata war took place within the descending Dwapara Yuga.  The return of Jesus Christ will occur within the ascending Kali Yuga--which follows the descending Kali Yuga ushered in by the birth of Lamech (meaning "towards a lowering"). 

Tuesday, July 2, 2013

Kali Yuga Begins: Days of Noah

The Kali Yuga, contrary to the more popular belief, did not commence with the death of Krishna.  For the Mahabharat war took place (for 18 days--October 16 to November 4) in 5561 BC.  And Krishna died 36 years later in 5525 BC.  Marine archaeologist S. R. Rao determined that the sunken city (first of seven such cities called) Dwarka was between 9,500 to 7,500 years old.  This underwater site consists of parallel and perpendicular structures that are megalithic.  (For sure it was a heroic age.)  That would put it in the ballpark range of 5561 BC (for Mahabharat). 
Matthew 24:37-39 says, "But as the days of Noe were, so shall also the coming of the Son of man be.  For as in the days that were before the flood they were eating and drinking, marrying and giving in marriage, until the day that Noe entered into the ark, And knew not until the flood came, and took them all away; so shall also the coming of the Son of man be."  These verses appear to corroborate the Kali Yuga being connected to Noah's flood (3102 BC)--or rather the other way around--the Kali Yuga (iron age of evil with the days of iron mixing somewhat with clay at the end) began with the local flood of Noah. 
You see it is said that the Kali Yuga would last some 5,000 years.  It is now some 5,000 years later and we are in the last of the last days--when we will see the consummation of all things: the coming of the Antichrist and then the coming of Jesus Christ to punish the workers of iniquity (who are led by the sons of Satan: Synagogue of Satan: Kenite families such as the Rothschilds and Rockefellers (and all their henchmen who are posing as Christians, which includes quite a few Israelites)).  And then will begin a new golden age--the thousand years--under Jesus.