xv. Nakki Lake: a Confluence Aged memorial
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(posted on 20-11-2013)
Written by Brahma Kumari Pari, LL.B (Hons)(Lon), LL.M, PhD.
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.
In "Links to Other sites & Introduction", I have begun an introduction as to which souls were playing the roles of the Anunnaki, Anunna rulers, Enlil, Marduk, Aryans, Anaryans, mapmakers etc.
Title: Nakki Lake: a Confluence Aged memorial on Mount Abu
(Includes a discussion on Mount Abu as the home of the 330 million gods; Bapsaman; Confluence Aged mapmaker roles; devas and asur gods; Brahma; Varuna and Indra; Bashkali; three worlds; causal world; prophecy for the end; Bali as Indra in the 8th Manvantara)
Mount Abu, in India, was previously referred to as Arbudaanchal and as Arbuda Achal (meaning Arbuda Mountain). In the Hindu Puranas, Mount Abu is referred to as Arbudaranya. Arbudaranya means ‘forest of Arbhuda’. Later, Arbudaanchal got changed to Abu Parvat or Mount Abu. There are myths about why Mount Abu was named as Arbudaanchal or Arbudaranya and as Arbuda Achal. I will discuss these in later articles.
According to legend, all the 330 million gods of the Hindu pantheon used to come to Mount Abu. It was their home. This legend was created based on how Mount Abu was a special place, for the deity souls, during the Confluence Age and during the Mid-Confluence. Mount Abu was considered a sacred place because God gave the murlis (God’s messages) of the Brahma Kumaris in Mount Abu, at the end of the previous cycle. The main establishments, of the Brahma Kumaris, were also in Mount Abu. The new Golden Aged world was created through the 900,000 self-sovereigns (Confluence Aged Raja Yogis) who were taught by the Brahma Kumaris, at the end of the previous cycle. Many memorial, of what had happened in the previous Confluence Age, were left on Mount Abu from the time of the Mid-Confluence. These memorials were created based on memories and based on what exists in the Subtle World Drama of the Holographic Universe. One of these memorials is Nakki Lake.
The length of Nakki Lake is about half a mile and its width is about a quarter of a mile. It is a man-made lake which was created on the instructions of the Anunnaki (the Mid-Confluence Aged gods). This is why, according to one legendary version, the devas/gods dug the Nakki Lake with nails (nakh). Thus, it was named Nakki Lake.
According to this legendary version, the devas had asked Brahma for help because Bashkali had become overpowering. Brahma asked all the devas to go and perform great austerities on Mount Abu. The devas did that. The devas had also dug Lake Nakki so that they could live in it; as a protection against the demon Bashkali. Bashkali represents:
1. the vices.
2. the anaryans during the Mid-Confluence.
3. the Copper Aged mapmakers who played their roles during the Mid-Confluence and at the end of the previous cycle.
It is the vices, at the end of the previous cycle, which is represented as the wicked demon Bashkali. The Confluence Aged souls/devas were trying to keep themselves safe from the vices (Bashkali), at the end of the previous cycle, through :
1. creating places where they could stay merged in the Vibrations of God and God’s knowledge so that they could be safe from the vices (demon/Bashkali). God’s vibrations and knowledge has often been portrayed as water, in the myths. Even the waters in Nakki Lake represented God’s Vibrations and knowledge.
2. becoming a spiritual lake of knowledge. Using the Confluence Aged spiritual knowledge helped to elevate their stage and the stage of those listening to the knowledge. When one is in an elevated stage, one is not influenced by the vices. God’s vibrations, which automatically flows out from an elevated soul, influences those around the soul. This keeps others in a pure state, even though they are not making spiritual efforts to remain virtuous. The vices cannot emerge when we are in the pure state. Thus, the effort-makers and others were protected against the vices (demon/Bashkali).
3. making spiritual efforts to become Bapsaman (equal to God). Becoming ‘equal to God’ can be symbolically represented as becoming a spiritual lake. Attaining the stage to become Bapsaman was like creating a spiritual lake. It was like transforming the soul into a spiritual lake, within which the consciousness of the soul resides. This kept them, and others around them, safe from the vices (demon/Bashkali) because the vices cannot emerge when the souls are in the pure stage.
When we are filled with God's energies, during the Confluence Age, we are Bapsaman (equal to God). God's vibrations come into us and then, they flow out from us while we are in the Bapsaman stage. I have begun a discussion on Bapsaman at :
At the end of the previous cycle, the deity souls were using 2 different kinds of roles:
1. the Copper Aged mapmaker roles (Bashkali) to explain the evidences that had been left behind by the Mid-Confluence Aged people.
2. the Confluence Aged roles (which have been portrayed as the devas, in the myths).
At the end of the previous cycle, the deity souls could use both the above roles at the same time. The Confluence Aged roles include the Confluence Aged spiritual effort-maker role for spiritual effort-making purposes and the Confluence Aged mapmaker role for creating maps/plans for explaining the spiritual knowledge, for spiritual effort-making and for the Confluence Aged service. While using the Bashkali role, one could seek status, wealth etc. Thus, it was portrayed that the devas were seeking protection from Bashkali because the Confluence Aged souls should not seek status, wealth, etc.
The Mid-Confluence Aged people portrayed the Confluence Aged souls as devas, in the myths, because the Confluence Aged souls had become Bapsaman. Actually, the Confluence Aged people are not devas nor gods. It is the soul which is enjoying the status of being a god when the soul is in a powerful Confluence Aged stage. In the myths, the behaviour of devas was sometimes portrayed as not being good because the behavior of the Confluence aged souls is not good all the time. It is good when the soul is in a high spiritual stage.
In the myths, the devas also represented the Confluence Aged souls who had transformed to become the Mid-Confluence Aged devas during the Mid-Confluence. In the Mid-Confluence, they were capable of being influenced by the vices. This was also a reason why, in the myths, devas were sometimes portrayed as behaving badly.
Sometimes, people refer to devas as demi-gods because the devas (Indra and the lesser devas) represented the lesser Mid-Confluence Aged gods. They had a lower status and they were also less spiritually powerful than those who played the role of Brahma, Vishnu and Shanker. Thus, the lesser gods were easily influenced by the vices. The rulers of the 4 Kingdom (Bharath, Lemuria, Mu and Atlantis) were the superior gods who were turned to by Indra and the other gods, during the Mid-Confluence. These rulers of the 4 kingdoms were portrayed as Brahma, Vishnu and Shanker, in the myths. The Brahma who was turned to, in the Nakki Lake legend, represented:
1. the Anunna rulers and the Anunnaki (the rulers of the 4 kingdoms who did everything together, during the Mid-Confluence).
2. Brahma Baba, who plays the role of father Brahma, during the Confluence Age.
3. the rulers of Lemuria, since they were supposed to play a leading role for the new creation which gets created during the Mid-Confluence.
4. Enlil, since he took over from the rulers of Lemuria, during the Mid-Confluence.
The Mid Confluence Aged gods were also categorized into the two groups: devas and the asur gods. Both (devas and asur gods) were considered as being Aryans. It is the asura gods who were supposed to play a significant role in respect of what has to be done for the second half cycle. Thus, originally, Varuna (the Asur god) was the leader of the gods, at the beginning of the Mid-Confluence. Those playing the role of Varuna were playing that role as instruments of God. Varuna actually represents God. However, God uses those who act as Varuna. God uses them without entering any human body. Thus, in the Hindu scriptures, Varuna represents God (the Supreme Soul who is an Ocean of Light) and also the Mid-Confluence Aged gods who were using this role.
The Copper Aged mapmakers were supposed to flow along with the asur gods so as to leave behind evidences that can be explained by them, at the end. Actually, some of the Copper Aged mapmakers were the asur gods. However, as humans playing a role on earth, they cannot be said to be ‘gods’. Thus, they were portrayed as Bashkali, Bali, etc, in the myths.
During the Mid-Confluence, the second group/kind of gods were those who had been categorized as ‘devas’ in the myths. These devas were the souls who had played a significant role in the Confluence Age (in the Brahma Kumaris) at the end of the previous cycle. Originally, these devas were not playing a significant role on the world stage, during the Mid-Confluence, because they were not meant to be used for the asura god roles. God plays the role of Indra with them, during the Confluence Age. God only uses the role of Indra, the King/Leader of the gods, during the Confluence Age (at the end of each cycle). The role of Indra was not meant to be used during the Mid-Confluence. However, the devas wanted to play a significant role, even, during the Mid-Confluence. Thus, the King of Bharath (Enlil) became the Ice Aged Indra and many others began to play the role of Indra too, after that. Thus, with time, Indra took over from Varuna as the leader of the gods/devas (during the Mid-Confluence).
It was the Copper Aged mapmakers who were supposed to be leaving behind evidences so that they can be explained by the Copper Aged mapmakers, at the end. However, the devas were trying to make sure that what is left behind is also beneficial for them, at the end of the cycle. Thus, the Mid-Confluence Aged devas were also getting involved with what was being created for the future mapmakers. As all this was happening, a war began to take place between the devas and those who were flowing along with the asur gods. This situation is also reflected through the Nakki Lake legend.
With time, all the Mid-Confluence Aged gods became keen on playing the role of the asura gods. This was why even Indra had, sometimes, been referred to as an asur in the Hindu scriptures; though normally, Indra was portrayed as the enemy/destroyer of the asuras. Indra was a deva since he was the leader of the devas, during the Mid-Confluence. During the Mid-Confluence, the role of the asurs is for what has to be done, on earth, for the whole world. This allowed the asuras to enjoy status, during the Mid-Confluence. Since all the people were capable of being influenced by the vices, during the Mid-Confluence, almost everyone wanted to enjoy status. Thus, the asura-deva war took place, during the Mid-Confluence.
Actually, the asur gods and devas were working together. This was why the demons and devas began churning, the Ocean of Milk, together. But all of them, devas and demons, were capable of being influenced by the vices during the Mid-Confluence. So the vices began to grab them by the throat, sometimes. Thus, devas and demons were battling with each other, sometimes.
During the Mid-Confluence, those playing the role of Bashkali were playing a significant role as rulers on behalf of the asura gods; and they were doing what needs to be done for the second half cycle (which includes what needs to be done for the Copper Aged Mapmaker role). However, the devas were taking over control of what was happening for the mortal civilisations, on earth. Thus, the deva-demon battle took place. As this battle was taking place, there were times when the demons were in control in all three worlds. These three worlds can be viewed from different angles. From one angle, the three worlds are:
1. the areas which were under the control of the devas (considered as the heavens),
2. the areas which were under the control of the demons and Nagas (considered as the underworld),
3. the areas which were being developed for the new civilisations, on earth.
From another angle, the three worlds are:
1. the physical world or Bhuloka (in which the humans live). Physical bodies are used in the physical world.
2. the subtle world or astral world or Antarloka. A person can have experiences of using a subtle body of light, in this world. One is in this world based on the state which the soul is in. Only subtle bodies are used in the subtle world.
3. the World of Shiva or Sivaloka or the causal world or Karanaloka. What is in the Physical World is changed through this Causal World.
There are a few types of Causal Worlds. Three of them are:
1. the Confluence Aged World of God or Confluence Aged subtle region (during the Confluence Age),
2. the Causal World of the Copper Aged immortal gods or mapmakers (whose roles begin from the Copper Age and then it continues at the end of the cycle), and
3. the Causal World of the vices, from the beginning of the Copper Age until the end of the cycle.
These three worlds will be discussed further, in later articles.
There is a Hindu myth about how Vishnu, as Vamana, had taken over the 3 worlds from Bashkali and had handed it over to the devas. This myth is very similar to the myth where Vishnu, as Vamana, takes over the 3 worlds from Mahabali (Bali) and hands it over to the devas. Bashkali represents the role that was used at the end of the previous cycle. Bali represents the same role that is being used at the end of the present cycle (now). Since the same World Drama repeats during each cycle, there are similarities in these myths about Bashkali and Bali. If one removes the alphabeths ‘shka’ from the center of Bashkali’s name, one would get the name Bali. This was also to portray that it is the same Bashkali role that would be used as Bali, now. Since the same World Drama repeats, it can be said that the role of Bashkali is also used now. However, to differentiate what had happened during the previous cycle to what happens in the present cycle, the myths portray that it is the role of Bali which is being used, now, instead of Bashkali.
What has been portrayed in the legends, about Bashkali and Bali, represent that:
1. during the Mid-Confluence, those who played the role of Bashkali were playing a significant role before Nakki Lake was created on Mount Abu.
2. the superior gods, who were the rulers of the 4 kingdoms, had taken away world rule from the Copper Aged mapmakers and had handed ‘world rule’ over to the devas. The Copper Aged mapmakers were supposed to play their role again at the end of the cycle, now, as Bali.
3. at the end of the previous cycle, Bashkali (the Copper Aged Mapmakers) began to play the leading role, on the world stage. It was after this that the Confluence Aged Nakki Lake got created. The creation of Nakki Lake represented that the Confluence Aged souls were in the process of becoming very powerful. Then, God (portrayed as Vishnu/Vamana, in the Hindu myth) had taken over the 3 worlds from those who had played the role of Bashkali; and God had handed the world over to the devas. This happened just before the true Golden Aged world came into existence (with the birth of the first Golden Aged prince Krishna). Nakki Lake was a memorial of what the deity souls (devas) were doing before Vishnu/God/Vamana took the 3 worlds from Bashkali and handed it over to the deity souls of the Golden Aged world.
The Bashkali legend was also meant to guide the Copper Aged Mapmakers, now, as to what would happen at the end of the present cycle because what happens to Bali will be what had happened to Bashkali. This was also a reason why there are similarities between the 2 legends. Seeing the Copper Aged mapmakers playing a significant role on the world stage, where it is as if all 3 worlds are theirs, is an indication that the world is soon going to be handed over to the gods of the new Golden Aged world.
In the Bali legend, Vamana taking the 3 worlds from Bali represented that world rule was taken away from the Copper Aged mapmakers, during the Mid-Confluence. However Bali was meant to play a role at the end, now. Thus, after taking over the 3 worlds, Vishnu/Vamana states that Bali will be the Indra in the 8th Manvantara. This is a prophecy that has been added on, in the Bali legend. It indicates that God will use those who play the role of Bali, at the end, because it is God who uses the role of Indra. Bali cannot be a leader of the devas. Only God can be the Leader/King of the devas. This is also a reason why, in the Biblical prophecies, it has been said that the False Prophet will play God at the end. The Copper Aged mapmakers had played God, during the Copper Age. Then, at the end of the cycle, they will play God again. They play God through explaining the knowledge which God is supposed to explain.
During the Mid-Confluence, since the demons became lord of the three worlds, they could do magic through the Causal World. During the Confluence Age, God is the Lord in the three worlds. Thus, the new Golden Aged world gets created. At the end of the cycle, God takes over all three worlds from Bali so as to get the new Golden Aged world created. The Copper Aged mapmakers will hand over the three worlds, without a fight, because they are also deity souls who will have to take their next birth in the first half cycle. Thus, in the legend, Bali willingly allowed Vishnu to ask for everything that he has and he also asks Vishnu to place His (Vishnu’s) third step on his (Bali’s) head.
However, the vices will not let go of the 3 worlds willingly because the vices want to remain as the lord and master of all three worlds. The Rama-Ravana battle portrays how God will, finally, become victorious over the vices.
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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.