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Old 15-10-2016, 05:28 PM   #268
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Arrow Thou shall hev a Rishi on a little Fishy


It Ain't Necessarily So..
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Early accounts of the Deluge equate Matsya with the Vedic deity Prajapati (who was identified with the creator god Brahma in post-Vedic era)..The Shatapatha Brahmana is the earliest extant text to mention Matsya and the flood myth in Hinduism..It identifies the fish with Prajapati-Brahma.. The central characters are the fish (Matsya) and Vaivasvata Manu or Satyavrata who becomes the progenitor of mankind.. In this version, Vaivasvata Manu, the legislator and the ancestor of two mythical royal dynasties and who later become the progenitor of mankind...


Matsya (fish) rescues the Saptarishi and Manu from the great Deluge..

He also informed the time when the great deluge will occur.. He then asked Manu to build a ship for the flood to save himself and call him when the ship was ready..Manu rears the fish as instructed and then leaves it free in the ocean.. On the predicted day, the devastating floods came and Manu entered the ship he built, as the waters rose..The fish then swam to the ship and Manu tied the rope of the ship to his horn..The fish took it to safety to the high grounds of the northern mountains (interpreted as Himalayas)..The ship was then tied to a tree and the fish instructs Manu to get off the ship and slowly descend the mountain as the water retreats.. After Manu descended the mountain after the water subsided, he was the sole survivor on earth, as all other creatures had been washed away by the floods.. Manu then took upon the task of creating the new human race..


Noah Movie - "Creation" Clip ..

In Post-Vedic texts, different lists appear; some of these rishis were recognized as the 'mind born sons' (Sanskrit: manasa putra) of Brahma, the representation of the Supreme Being as Creator..Other representations are Mahesha or Shiva as the Destroyer and Vishnu as the Preserver.. Since these se7en rishis were also among the primary 8 rishis, who were considered to be the ancestors of the Gotras of Brahmins, the birth of these rishis was mythicized..In some parts of India, people believe these are se7en stars of the Big Dipper named "Vashista", "Marichi", "Pulastya", "Pulaha", "Atri", "Angiras" and "Kratu"..Sapta Rishis are the Hierarchy working under the guidance of the Highest Creative Intelligence, Parmatma..The present batch of the Sapta Rishis is Bhrigu, Atri, Angirasa Vashista, Pulastya, Pulalaha and Kratu.. They bring down to the earth the required Knowledge and Energies to strengthen the processes of Transition (Pralaya).. They are naturally the most evolved Light Beings in the Creation and the guardians of the Divine Laws..In the Vedas the term Rishi denotes an inspired poet of Vedic hymns..Post-Vedic tradition of Hinduism regards the Rishis (or Ruesi in Laos and Thailand) as "seers" or "sages", who after intense meditation (Tapas) realized truths and eternal knowledge, which they composed into hymns..The Prajapati Daksha gave his 13 daughters (Aditi, Diti, Kadru, Danu, Arishta, Surasa, Surabhi, Vinata, Tamra, Krodhavasha, Ira, Vishva and Muni) in marriage to Kayapa is a manasputra (wish-born-son) of Lord Brahma..Kashyapa was the father of the devas, asuras and nagas..Rishi is an anagram of Irish...


https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Matsya
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Kashyapa
https://tamilandvedas.com/2014/10/10...pes-of-rishis/
https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...4&postcount=12In summary, a race of interbreeding bloodlines, a race within a race in fact, were centered in the Middle and Near East in the ancient world and, over the thousands of years since, have expanded their phowers across the globe..This is another great Difference between our civilization and yours..And what do you think about?..https://forum.davidicke.com/showpost...2&postcount=16

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